Loving the Holy One

By Patrick Roberts Worshiping God and loving God are similar in that neither one can be excessively premeditated. And we love and worship best when we do not claim to have the Object of our admiration all figured out. To love Christ is to delight in the genuine reality of His greatness. He is who [...]

Forsake Me Not, O Lord

By Fenny West Forsake me not, O Lord Lest I fall by the wayside Wander away from your Word Drift like a ship without a rudder. Forsake me not, my Shepherd Lest forage in dangerous territory Forget what I have heard Fall prey to the adversary. Forsake me not, in my sorrows Lest I murmur, [...]

RECOVERY FOR STROKE VICTIMS a prayerful plan essay

By Richard L. Provencher On August 26, 1999 and without warning, my life changed dramatically. A stroke seemed to move like a dragon, raced across the sky and attacked me, rendering me mute and comatose for approximately 45 minutes. Two hospitals later, I was diagnosed as having a possible leaking aneurysm. My recovery plan brought [...]

ARE YOU READY FOR A CHANGE?

By Angela Willingham EM Bounds said, “It is greatly to be feared that much of the work of the church is being done by those who are perfect strangers to the prayer closet. No wonder the work does not succeed.” Can the same statement be made about what we do with our personal lives? …

I Need Somebody! Can I Count On You?

By Fenny West God wants to deliver those in bondage; those He loves, those Christ died for who are still oppressed by the devil; those who have not heard the Good News of the Gospel. He wants to rescue those ensnared and captured by the devil; those who are blinded by the god of this [...]

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