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October 1, 2017Like

Condition of the Heart

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You can be so godly and be so active with all the gifts that God gave you but he may not know you still. If your heart is not right with God, then it could all be a waste. There are things in our hearts that cause a blockage between
September 24, 2017Like

Ask of Me

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If you must win the nations for God, it all has to start with a vision. The scriptures say: go into all the nations and raise disciples for the kingdom. Jesus started with 12, then 70, then a couple of hundreds, then an army of disciples that spread the gospel
September 17, 2017Like

Jesus Before, During and After the Storm

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We have to learn that right in the middle of fear and chaos, there is remedy. When hurricane Irma raged through Florida, the fear metrics were raised to the maximum, but through it all, we had a remedy – Jesus (who is an embodiment of peace in the storm. Mark
September 3, 2017Like

Believe and Trust God

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Are we allowing the impact of our life circumstances to affect our relationship with God? At times we feel we are the only ones going through difficult situations and we think God may have forsaken us. Job passed through such life changing circumstance – so traumatizing that he was even
August 27, 2017Like

Having Faith for Miracles

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Sometimes when God is silent, he has his ways of answering. Even when we do not see him at work, we’ve got faith that he is at work. FAITH could be an acronym for: Forget About It, Trust Him! The platform of faith starts with our belief. Matt. 11:22-23 emphasizes
August 20, 2017Like

Keys to the Kingdom – YOU

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Rather than see what appeared to be (ruins), Nehemiah saw what needed to be about Jerusalem. He came with a fresh mind of understanding and led a crusade in the land to rise up and BUILD the walls of Jerusalem –that they would be restored and no longer become a
August 13, 2017Like

Keys to the Kingdom – Good Seed/Bad Seed

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Matthew 15:11 says it is not what goes into the mouth that defiles a man, but what comes out of it. The scripture also says in Proverbs 18:21 that death and life are in the power of the tongue, and they that use it will eat of the fruit thereof.
August 6, 2017Like

Keys to the Kingdom – Agree With God

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Not all thoughts are our thoughts! Every thought of ours need to be properly recycled in the collection bin of God’s spirit. Wrong thoughts like sickness reports, financial indebtedness, marital chaos and every other debasing report of the enemy must be trashed in God’s recycle bin – for a reconstruction
July 23, 2017Like

It Makes No Scents

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Bethany is known as the house of dates. It could also be referred to as the place where God rests, broods and feasts. You could also call it the MESS – like in the military, there is an officer’s mess, where they unwind and exhale their stress. Bethany, for Jesus
July 16, 2017Like

Choice Wars – Faithful/Unfaithful

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Matthew 5:16 calls us to let our light shine before men, that they may see our good deeds/works. However, it should end with giving all Glory to God. Our light is an extension of God’s eminence in us as the Father of Lights. It was its very essence that initiated
July 2, 2017Like

Purpose and Goodness of God

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God’s goodness is designed to work in us and through us, but it requires that we have the right perspective of who God is to us. It limits our own design if we do not accurately know who God is to us. He is a righteous judge, but he is
June 25, 2017Like

Keys to the Kingdom – PRAISE

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David had the secret chords with which he accessed the throne of grace. He was an unashamed, undeterred worshipper who despite being an earthly king forgets his throne – to exalt the THRONE of the KING of kings. Even while he erred as a sinner (an adulterer and a murderer),
June 18, 2017Like

Favorite Things About Abba Father

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“Abba” is an Aramaic word for father. Some historical accounts mentioned it was used by Jesus and Paul to address God in a relation of personal intimacy. “Abba” is what a little child will passionately call “Daddy”. While “Father” could be seen as that most revered figure; “Daddy” is more