Monthly Archives: February 2012

Want to know more about God?


He will never leave you nor forsake you He will be your God forever and ever. He will lead you and guard your back He will lead you until you die. Will you let Him be your God? Will you … Continue reading

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God looks past the surface. He looks deep within your heart and mind.


Life is filled with challenges that will test our determination and our faith in God. With each situation our character is sure to be tested. Are you being threatened by evil? Or every day hassles? How will you respond and … Continue reading

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Being or feeling persecuted? Bless them and pray that God will bless them.


Some consider turnaround to be fair play, but that isn’t the best response. Instead return their evil with good. Good is a much more powerful response. Matthew 5:44-48 takes this topic a bit farther… 44 But I say, love your … Continue reading

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Don’t let bitterness ruin your day or life. Start each day and each prayer by first forgiving anyone you have a grudge against & be transformed.


Our natural tendency when someone hurts us is to use it as a barrier, a wall, a gate back into our lives. We feel they owe us for having done that. Part of the problem is that if we hold … Continue reading

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Do you know how big everything in your life is or will be?


Are you positioned to allow God to cause it all to work together for good? Do you love God? Are you called according to His purposes? Are you following Him? Are you a good example to others? Unfortunately in this … Continue reading

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