Editorial: The wheat and the tares - A mixed multitude is defiling Christianity, suggests Jacob Ninan.
Excellence in character - We must set high standards and make efforts to achieve them, teaches Francis Sunderaraj.
Closing the back door - It is not enough to begin well, warns Stanley Mehta.
The two covenants - The standard of righteousness expected from a New Testament believer is higher than that of the Law, exhorts Lily Abraham.
The strength to go on - It is better to look for Godís strength in our weaknesses and look to it as the source of our strength, encouragesVico.
The true gospel and the false - Man was created to be centred in God and not in himself, states Zac Poonen.
Rabboni Ė my Lord and my God - Jesus is in need of followers, not for the good times alone, encourages Christiana Joseph.
The disciple and his walk by faith - Imanuel G. Christian answers the question, how the assurance and certainty of the long-term future help us as we face many uncertainties?
The epistle of James Ė continuing debates - Luke Vydhian takes us through the book of James and its strong teaching to live to reflect the character of Christ at all times.
Wisdom: Godís view versus manís - One should aspire to possess the wisdom to know God, believe in Him and honour Him, encouragesJanet Edwin.
Of crowds and Christ - Not everyone in the crowds following Jesus is after Him, warns Suresh Manoharan.
WEAVE PRAYER INTO YOUR LIFE - Samson Gandhi challenges us to couple or bind prayer to what we do to fulfil His purposes in our lives.
The making of peter the disciple- 14 - The church should never lose its own primary focus on holiness within, exhorts Sandeep Poonen.
Testimony - From depression to praise - Daniel Sathiaraj
Poem - House on the rock - Felix Fernandes
Crossword No. 52 - J. Fredric Dawson
Word and the world - The foundation of His throne - Cyril Georgeson
Notes along the journey - Speak the word - Oby Cherian
Character - Methuselah - Vijay Thangiah