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Gifts of the Holy Spirit Lesson #3

By Phyllis Corbin / a few minutes ago

THE GIFTS OF THE HOLY SPIRIT COURSE [CON’T} LESSON # 3 8) MERCY: Definition: Supernatural Holy Spirit given ability to give loving kindness and compassion toward people “or the one exhorting, encouragement, the one sharing, in simplicity, the one taking the lead in diligence, the one showing mercy, in cheerfulness.” Or he that exhorteth, on […]


The Altar Call

By Christy Miller / a day ago

THE ALTAR CALL The week was so long, The battles were rough. I needed my God, His spirit to lift me up. The preacher was done, It was time to pray. It felt so right, To be at the altar that day To reach out to see, If my hand could touch His. To believe […]


Understand Their End

By Susan Niswonger / a couple of days ago

When I’m feeling just a little envious of others, a little prideful of my experience with God or a little sorry for myself, the 73rd Psalm usually comes to my mind.   I especially like to dwell on the 17th verse; “Until I went into the sanctuary of God; then understood I their end.”  I find that […]


Be ready for the Hard times

By Steven Lewis / a few days ago

Be ready for the Hard times The time we’re living in is simple and a totally tactical plan that has been implemented to the silence the real nature which is not to purely stop religious rights but to specifically stop the rights to speak out in the name of our only God “Jesus”.  When they […]


A Visit To A Service In The Church At Corinth

By James Thornton / a few days ago

 A Visit To A Service In The Church At Corinth By, James L. Thornton A Picture Of A Pauline Church, History Without and Within. A visitor to a foreign city walks through the streets, guide-book in hand, looking at monuments, churches, public buildings, and the outsides of the houses, and in this way is supposed […]


Ending of a trial!

By Debra Jones / 5 days ago

Ending of a trial! As I gently breathe in and out, I feel a calmness that can only come from God. The circles of several years of a trail have come to conclusion. I believe when a trail starts you often wonder if it is a trail and sometimes you do not catch on to […]


A Love That Covers

By Michael Winskie / 6 days ago

A Love That Covers By Michael Winskie “Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Proverbs 22:6 “Therefore shall a man leave his father and mother and cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh.” Genesis 2:24 My wife and I have […]



By Martin Schmaltz / 7 days ago

Do We Have Expectations or Are We Expecting? In our previous article “Why We Don’t See The Power,” we defined how tradition is one of the greatest hindrances to the operation of the apostolic authority.  One of the dangers of these traditions is that they form our expectations, which in turn, affects our faith and […]


God Is In Control

By Lynne Conley / last week

God Is In Control King Rehoboam was the son of King Solomon and the grandson of King David. King Rehoboam’s son, Abijam, took the seat of supreme ruler over the land of Judah after his father’s death. Abijam was referred to as Abijah. Abijam was the fourth King in the House of David. Abijam went […]