All posts in "Words Of Encouragement"
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For you must survive, even though you feel like you are dying

By Debra Jones / a few days ago

For you must survive, even though you feel like you are dying Written By: Debra Hearn Jones Have you ever gone through an ultimate betrayal, caused by someone you love unconditionally, that when you discover their betrayal, the shock catches you totally off guard, and your body’s response feels as though it reacted separately from […]

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God Center Your Desires

By James Mitchell / 7 days ago

Psalm 37:4 (KJV) Delight thyself also in the LORD: and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. I was sitting in church tonight listening to my pastor preach on altar work. And I’ve always been the type of person sadly that thinks I’m not good at altar work. I love to work on […]

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Her And Me At The Well

By Ginger R / last week

I have always felt a “kindred spirit” with the woman at the well. What my life was like before I met Jesus and the life I heard she lived. We all have our own “well”. Our own place where Jesus met us and surprised us by allowing Him to fill us with His Spirit and […]

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Blessed is the Peacemaker

By Lynne Conley / 3 weeks ago

Barnabas was a resident of Cyprus, a Levite. His parents called him José’s, but the apostles called him Barnabas. He owned some land which he later sold.  He gave all of the earnings to the church in Jerusalem. ‘’But Barnabas took him, and brought him to the apostles, and declared unto them how he had […]

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The Ointment

By George Nava / 3 weeks ago

The Ointment Ah, the ointment and the anointing! The wedding and the burial? Luk 7:37  And, behold, a woman in the city, which was a sinner, when she knew that Jesus sat at meat in the Pharisee’s house, brought an alabaster box of ointment, 7:38  And stood at his feet behind him weeping, and began […]

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My Childs Observation

By Holly Settles / 4 weeks ago

My Childs Observation My oldest daughter just turned 7 a few weeks ago, and up til now, I worried about her lack of “attention” to church services. I have gingerly approached topics with her to see if perhaps she just wasn’t emotionally at the age of understanding – to some level. So I have nudged […]

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Who needs it?

By Steven Lewis / last month

Its obvious in this old flesh this tent we live in we cannot afford to go without it.  The Holy Ghost allows you to live above the world of sin, which my question to false-doctrine always comes how can you be Holy without the Holy Ghost?  If you do not have the Holy Ghost then […]

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No Regrets

By Lynne Conley / last month

No Regrets We all have been injured by someone’s cruel words. Down deep in the heart is where the harsh words remain, and will eventually come out. Many times someone’s cruel words can and will linger in our minds. We will rehearse it in our minds over and over again. An old cliché ‘’ we […]

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Anti-Christ Conspiracy Theory?

By JW Mills / last month

There are many scriptures which cause us to pause and consider how to interpret them. Some theories are probably more than just theory. Several scriptures in the Bible have troubled me throughout the years until God began to open my spiritual eyes to the spirit of anti-Christ and the condition of the pseudo-Christian religious world. […]

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Jonah’s Dissatisfaction

By Phyllis Corbin / last month

Jonah’s Dissatisfaction (Jonah 4:5) I. Introduction A. Jonah went out of the city. If there ever was a time he was needed, it was in those days after the revival. 1. Thousands had repented and turned to the living God. 2. They needed spiritual guidance and teaching. They were like sheep without a shepherd. 3. […]

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