Carême - Lent 2022

For almost 2 years some volunteers of the Presbyterian Church of Mauritius who attended the Libérer ! seminars have committed themselves in a ministry of prayers. Every week we have prayed on the WhatsApp group Libérer EPM (#prions ensemble).

This year, on the occasion of Lent 2022 the team of Libérer ! Mauritius would like to invite you on a 7 week-journey of biblical meditations until Easter to discover or rediscover the foundations of our ministry of spiritual care.

Like Mary, sister of Martha and Lazarus who chose the good part sitting at the Lord’s feet before attending to her business (Luke 10), we pray that this quiet time will offer our community an opportunity to recharge our batteries in the company of our Savior to face the challenges of life with more serenity.

True freedom in Christ

Published on 13 April 2022

What is this freedom that God wants to offer us at Easter? What has His Son Jesus freed us from? Through the assurance of His unconditional love, the Lord wants to free us from our fear of being (...)

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Spiritual warfare and victory in Jesus

Published on 7 April 2022

May God’s grace be with you in the Name of Jesus and may the Holy Spirit accompany you as you read this message. Let me tell you a story: Jonathan was a Christian accountant in a big firm, there (...)

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Jesus has dominion over spirits and powers

Published on 30 March 2022

To understand the verse of the day, let’s look at the context of this word of Paul, and read what he tells us a few verses above:“Don’t let anyone capture you with empty philosophies and (...)

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Repentance: conversion of the heart

Published on 24 March 2022

Repentance is the pain we experience when we acknowledge our sins to God. This leads to a change of attitude called conversion. These two actions may be linked in most situations but it is not (...)

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The truth sets us free

Published on 17 March 2022

When we meet new people, we are often brought to introduce ourselves, and sometimes in the conversation we mention who our parents are. In the Gospel of John 8:31-47, Jesus invites His (...)

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