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VIDEO, INTENSIVE CARE, THAT WILL BUILD YOUR FAITH IN THE VALLEY
Many have heard the prayer, "Where is the God of Elijah?" But the question should be, "Where are the Elijah's of God?" God is looking for those who are willing to 'pray the price' for an encounter with Him that can spill over into the market places and neighborhoods of America. That price, we are finding, is a severe preparation of faith that will leave no leaf unshaken. Someone said that the only things truly worth doing are the things that are impossible. For that to happen God will bring us into impossible situations.
If you are there and the trials of this life are pressing you beyond what you can stand, you may be ready for an intense dose of heavenly encouragement.
archives that will encourage and challenge you to walk out your purpose
"The Gospels, Jesus and Eternal Life"
What every pastor wished every parishoner knew. What every person struggling with anger, unforgiveness or stress needs to know. This message could save your life. It'll stop Satan in his tracks and overcome those devouring thoughts. Do you know that allowing anger to reside within you causes you to cooperate with your adversary! Click here
The First Thing that new Christians or those who want to minister to somebody need to read - HERE.
Below are several links you can click on for more biblical teaching.
Pastor Dwight Fearing Memorial Tribute
11 Jews were just killed as they worshipped in Pittsburgh. The news said that worship is a sacred right. As I face my first week without my church worshipping, I think of how I had lost sight of this simple fact. Oh, I knew it and guarded it viscously. But it became a guarding based on fear and hurt along with some ego thrown in there. “Why were some people so unfaithful to church?” “Why do they treat the house of God as a last priority?” Haggai laments that the “house of God lies in ruins while you work on your paneled houses.” I came to the place where the “ministry” caused me to live outside of the simple and sacred reason for “going” to church. Now it’s going to take me some time to empty my soul from the distractions and pressures of pastoring and return to the simple and pure place of church as my place of publicly honoring God - the fellowship that I have there as being a shared part of a very holy encounter.
I don’t go to church looking for the perfect pastor, worship team, and a people that meets my every need without disagreement. I’m not looking for them to “be” my God. I’m looking for a place to express my worship and honor to God. I won’t give the church my second-hand refrigerator. I’ll keep mine and buy them a new one. I won’t treat God as a second-hand Savior. I won’t serve stale communion crackers. But if I’m given stale bread, I will not complain, thereby dishonoring the ordinary, now made sacred. Sitting in church won’t be for the secret motivation of criticizing why the pastor said or didn’t say what I would’ve. I’m not going there to be part of a social, democratic circus.
The man in the pulpit is not perfect. God didn’t call an angel. He called a human being. The office is sacred. The man is shrouded in the grace and splendor of God who gave men for our lives. He is a grace gift. Should he live accordingly? Yes, but not in accordance with our expectations, for he lives unto God. We may understand the purity demanded of him. But we must not be the driving force behind why he is called to holiness. We are not his God, His boss, his critic, his judge, or his vote. Neither am I called to be those things to any with whom I rub shoulders in the pew. I am one among every other in desperate need of the redeeming sacrifice of Jesus’ precious blood. Continue...
Where Do We Go From Here? Oct. 27, 2018