Hope in Christ Charity Center

Hope in Christ is non government organization caring for the vulnerable groups of people like the orphans, old women and abused women and the poor families

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[04/12/16]   In sub-saharan Africa, 24 million girls can't afford to go school implying gender disparities need to be addressed to ensure more girls attain [email protected] HICCC we work towards supporting the education of economically backwardbut promising girls to continue their education.

[04/05/16]   Praise God to all worldwide, we call upon all well wished to support these children in any way you feel you can do.Thank you all

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[01/30/16]   Glory for the protection to all hope in Christ people because it's not easy, but God has been there.

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[11/29/15]   Blessing the Children Jesus said, "Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these." Matthew 19:14.
Jesus' attitude was very different from His followers' attitude. Jesus believed children were important (Matt. 18:1-6). Children were often overlooked by adults. For "kingdom of heaven," see Matt. 3:2.
Jesus put His hands on them. In the Old Testament, this was an act of blessing (Gen. 48:14; 2 Kings 5:11; Matt. 9:18). Children have no need for baptism. Only those who have grown old enough to choose to go against God need the forgiveness that comes with repentance and baptism (see Acts 2:38). Jesus knew children's lives were important and needed blessing. Jesus blessed the poor, the common people, and the children. Followers of Jesus should put good experiences like this into the lives of their children.
Suffer little children. Do not hinder them, either by word, or by a bad example. Suffer ([@afete](G0863)). Literally, "leave alone." Compare Mark 14:6; 15:36; Luke 13:8. Sir J. Cheke: "Let these children alone."
To come unto me. Whatever mortal, young or old, wishes to come to Christ should be encouraged.
For of such is the kingdom of heaven. Those who have the loving simplicity, humility, and trust of children. See Matt. 18:1-14. These words show, (1) that children are not, as some have taught, totally depraved; (2) that the earlier they come to Christ the better; (3) that they should not be hindered from coming by injudicious teaching; (4) that parents should bring them to the Savior.
It is well when we come to Christ ourselves, and bring our children. Little children may be brought to Christ as needing, and being capable of receiving blessings from him, and having an interest in his intercession. We can but beg a blessing for them: Christ only can command the blessing. It is well for us, that Christ has more love and tenderness in him than the best of his disciples have. And let us learn of him not to discountenance any willing, well-meaning souls, in their seeking after Christ, though they are but weak. Those who are given to Christ, as part of his purchase, he will in no wise cast out. Therefore he takes it ill of all who forbid, and try to shut out those whom he has received. And all Christians should bring their children to the Saviour that he may bless them with spiritual blessings.
"Then" need not mean "at that immediate time." Laying on of hands in the Old Testament (Gen. 48:14; 2 Kings 5:11; cf. Matt. 9:18) and in Judaism was an act of blessing. Important to note is the contrast in the attitude of Jesus and that of his disciples when "children" ([@paidia] is diminutive, "small children," but is not [@nepioi], "infants") were brought to him. They resent the interference in what they consider his more important work of healing and teaching as they earlier did when the Canaanite woman was persistent (see Matt. 15:23); but to Jesus children were not a negligible quantity (cf. Matt. 18:1-6,10-14). One should not overlook the scene of his fondling them (Mark 9:36). Jesus was not unaware of the frailties of childhood (cf. Matt. 11:16; 1 Cor. 14:20; Eph. 4:14) but a child's potentialities, teachableness, purity, simplicity, and trustfulness are virtues. For the concept "kingdom of heaven", see remarks on Matt. 3:2.

This episode of the Gospel has always been a favorite with paedobaptists. But Jesus blesses the children by laying hands on them and not by baptizing them. There are no recorded examples of infant baptism in the New Testament.

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[11/13/15]   Thanks to all that has supported Hope in Christ Charity Center. God bless you and continue to support your reward is in Heaven.

Lunch for our children of Hope in Christ Charity Center.

[11/05/15]   We thank God for the provision.

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HOPE IN CHRIST

THESE ARE SOME OF THE CHILDREN UNDER HOPE IN CHRIST CHARITY CENTER. IF YOU CAN CHOOSE TO SPONSER ONE OF THEM YOU CAN WRITE TO US THANK YOU GOD BLESS YOU. AND ALSO WE HAVE SOME OF THE OLD MOTHERS AND FATHERS IF YOU CAN BE PART OF THIS TO BE A BLESING TO THESE PEOPLE YOUR WELCOME.

THESE ARE SOME OF THE CHILDREN UNDER HOPE IN CHRIST CHARITY CENTER. IF YOU CAN CHOOSE TO SPONSER ONE OF THEM YOU CAN WRITE TO US THANK YOU GOD BLESS YOU. AND ALSO WE HAVE SOME OF THE OLD MOTHERS AND FATHERS IF YOU CAN BE PART OF THIS TO BE A BLESING TO THESE PEOPLE YOUR WELCOME.

Thanks to God that has protected these children not by power nor by mighty but by the blood of Jesus Christ

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They lost both their parent by HIV AIDS. But Hope in Christ has taken part in seeing that they have a bright future. A call upon support to see that they enjoy life and get school, clothing and all the necessity of life.

Be blessed as you donate for the ones who have no hope for a bright future to make there future bright. Thank you.

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[10/25/15]   We thank God for the provision.

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