All posts in "Praise and Worship"
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A perfect who? A Perfect Me, Fearfully and Wonderfully Made

By George Nava / a few days ago

A Perfect Who? A perfect Me, Fearfully and Wonderfully Made Psa 138:8  The LORD will perfect that which concerneth me: thy mercy, O LORD, endureth for ever: forsake not the works of thine own hands.   Psa 139:14  I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: Everything you do is marvelous! Of this I […]

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Sweet Victory’s My Gain

By Nadeen Pagano / a couple of weeks ago

”Sweet Victory’s My Gain”  (Written for Tim Magill after hearing he is in 100% remission from the cancer he fought with the help of the Lord!) September 5, 2007 I have been to war and now I’m coming home clean. Washed the dirt off my feet no more filth to reign king. No chains now […]

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Biblical Worship #2

By James Thornton / a few months ago

Biblical Worship #2 By, James L. Thornton Genesis 22:5 “And Abraham said unto his young men, Abide ye here with the ass, and I and the lad will go yonder and worship, and come again to you.” THE SETTING OF THIS STUDY OF BIBLICAL WORSHIP Genesis 22:1-19 Introduction: There is a rule or principle known […]

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Identity Crisis

By Sheri Boulet / a few months ago

Identity Crisis For so many years I lived the life of Mary. My thoughts, my actions reflected my praise for Him. But, somehow over the last couple of years, it seems like Mary has been disappearing from my life. She has been replaced by commitment and demands. She has been overtaken by dirty floors and […]

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Never Give-Up

By Lynne Conley / a few months ago

Never Give-Up John Augustus Roebling was an engineer. He had an idea to build a sensational bridge that would be connecting Manhattan and Brooklyn. Everyone that John made contact with was against him. John had a proposal of building this bridge.  He had determination, and nobody could stop his vision for this dream. The definition […]

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Plates

By Martin Schmaltz / a few months ago

Plates As a kid growing up, I remember seeing the juggler who would spin plates. They would place an individual plate on a thin stick and spin it; then repeat this process over and over. Periodically they had to return to a previous plate and give it an extra spin to keep them from falling […]

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Tomorrow it will be yesterday’s problem

By Susan Niswonger / a few months ago

Tomorrow it will be yesterday’s problem For the past several years, Steve and I have felt the call of God on our lives for ministry.  We have pastored, assisted in various ministries and attempted to build two churches.  Ministry can be the most wonderfully, frustrating challenge you will ever face and starting a work with […]

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Psalms 61:1-4

By Holly Settles / 6 months ago

On Sunday morning, a sermon was preached using this scripture text. I felt Holy Ghost goosebumps as I read along with the minister, and began to hear his sermon unfold. Our service had started off “with a bang”, and we began our morning worship with songs of jubilee, & with a shout in our step. […]

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The Race

By David Nunley / 8 months ago

The Race Has any saint of God attained perfection in the Lord? Is someone holding out their hand expecting a reward? Has anyone retired, and now resting from their labor? Is everything in order? Have you fully pleased the Saviour? If you scored your walk with God what would you confess? on a scale from […]

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Developing Our Life

By James Thornton / 9 months ago

DEVELOPING OUR LIFE: We will look at the Parable of The Sower to find something that will help us to develop our lives to become 100 fold Christians. Luke 8:5. “A sower went out to sow his seed: and as he sowed, some fell by the wayside; and it was trodden down, and the fowls […]

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