Let Us Meditate On One Word Today: PURITY
MEDITATION

Let Us Meditate On One Word Today: PURITY

Because there is so much sexual immorality in this world today, I want to address “PURITY” Purity is achieved by freedom from desire, and desire should be distinguished from necessity. When one is hungry, one should eat, when one is thirsty one should drink, when one is fatigued, one should sleep. These absolute necessities cannot … Continue reading

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Spend Time with Him
DEVOTIONS

Spend Time with Him

by Max Lucado • February 22 C. S. Lewis wrote: “The moment you wake up each morning your wishes and hopes for the day rush at you like wild animals. And the first job of each morning consists in shoving them all back; in listening to that other voice, letting that other, stronger, larger, quieter … Continue reading

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God’s Promise For You Today 3/24/2013
DAILY PROMISE

God’s Promise For You Today 3/24/2013

Psalms 98:2 The Lord has made known His salvation; His righteousness He has revealed in the sight of the nations. Related articles Never Give Up When God Directs You (highlyfavored74.wordpress.com) Scripture for today 3/24/13 (awardwinningdreamer.wordpress.com) Are you “saved”? (erikbrewer.wordpress.com) February 15 @ Psalms 18-20 (phyllisbenigas.wordpress.com) What I Think of Old Age (ministryinwords.wordpress.com) He is ours, … Continue reading

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PRAISE REPORTS

Spirit-Filled Immigrants Bring Revival to Germany

Originally posted on Lyn Leahz:
6:00AM EDT 10/10/2012 Peter K. Johnson Property of Charisma News CLICK HERE FOR ORIGINAL ARTICLE   At Hillsong Church-Konstanz, the fastest-growing Pentecostal ministry in Germany, Sunday services draw 800 people—a number far above the national norm for Pentecostal churches. (Hillsong Germany) Ulf Bastian tramped into Christengemeinde Elim Pentecostal church in…

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DEVOTIONS

Prepared For the King

“Lift up your heads, O’ you gates!  Lift up, you everlasting doors!  And the King of glory shall come in.”  Psalm 24:9 Throughout the Psalms there is an interplay between David, King of Israel, and, in the prophetic sense, Christ–the King from whom David received his own throne.  In Psalm 24 the rich imagery is … Continue reading

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