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THE WEEKLY SABBATH – SATURDAY OR SUNDAY?
I would like to share what people of different religious have been questioning for some times.
RELIGIOUS CEREMONIES IN ANCIENT ISRAEL.
The ancient Jewish people celebrated religious ceremonies at four separate times:
- Daily sacrifices in the temple, as specified in Numbers 28: 1-8
- The “Weekly Sabbath” was the one day of each week set aside for special religious…Continue
The Appointed Time
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Three Dimensions of the Anointing
“Ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses” (Acts 1:8).
“It’s a fresh moment for a fresh anointing on my life and your life.” “This is one of the most marvelous, magnificent promises in Scripture, and the power of God belongs to every believer sitting here in this auditorium!”
Ecclesiastes 9:8: “Let thy garments be always white; and…Continue
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Three Experiences to Receive Power
“Many people believe that the power of God only belongs to preachers or mighty people,” Pastor Benny Hinn began, citing Acts 1:8. “Jesus never said it was only for a few. He said, ‘Ye shall receive power.’ There is no if in those words. There were no conditions. It is a promise—`Ye shall receive power after that the Holy Ghost has come upon you!’”
Three experiences we have in the Spirit:
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Bitterness: Choosing Resentment
Suffering does not automatically make a person stronger or better. The way you respond to suffering determines whether that hurt makes you better or bitter.
God has provided His grace to soothe in times of hurting. Refusing that grace creates an inner environment where bitterness can grow. Every person at some point in…Continue
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Building Strong Marriages
by Deborah L. Butler
One reason why so many marriages have suffered from breakups and problems is that the proper groundwork was never laid. Let's talk in terms of love. Your partner in marriage is not just your closest friend. He or she is someone you love with all your spirit, soul, and body. Love is the basis for every strong marriage and family.
The problem with most couples is that they stop working on their…
Choosing Your Friends: The Most Important Decision You'll Ever Make
by Eastman Curtis
One of the most important decisions we will ever make is deciding who will be our friends. A good relationship can build us up and promote God's purpose for our lives, while a bad relationship can destroy us. I am amazed at the number of young men and women that have postponed or completely wrecked God's purpose for their lives because of a bad relationship. Our friends…
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Characteristics of Genuine Love
by Deborah L. Butler
When I think of love and marriage, I think of a particular song, "What's Love Got To Do With It?" It's a perfect example of the world's way of loving, which really doesn't have anything to do with it! But genuine love, God's love, is altogether different.
Love is the basis for every strong marriage and family. It's not just an emotion or some abstract concept that cannot be defined. Love is an…
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Agape - The Building Block of Marriage & Family
by Deborah L. Butler
Marriages without agape (the biblical term for love) will most assuredly end up in disaster. Couples should always be friends, but you can only build a home on agape. Agape takes time, work, and patience (and there is a much better chance of developing it before you get married than after you get married!).
Sometimes you can think you're operating in agape…
A Simple Way To Unlock The Bible
“Letthe word of Christ richly dwell within you.” (Colossians 3:16a NLT)
Studying the Bible in a way…
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When things go wrong as they sometimes will,
When the road you'l trudging seems uphhil,
When funds are low,and the debts are high,
And you want to smile,
But you have sigh,
DONT QUIT !!!
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Never forget that i keep you in my thoughts,
and remember you always in my prayers,
I know what a blessing it is just having your friendship to share,
I want the best for you and hope good things come your way,
I ask that the Lord above will bless you with each new day
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The words you're about to Experiences are true,they will change your life if you let them,for they come from the very Heart of God.He Loves You and He is the Father you've been looking for all your life.This is His Love Letter to you!!
You may not know me But I know everything about you,I know when you sit and when you rise up.Iam familiar with all your ways,Even the very Hairs on your head are numbered,For you were made in my imagine.In me you live and move and have…
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How to Honour Your Wife
Dr. Creflo A. Dollar
1 Peter 3:1-7
God has set guidelines in place for husbands and wives to successfully operate the institution of marriage. Honour is a calculated decision to show attention, awareness and consideration for another person. Successful marriages are based on both spouses…Continue
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Heroines: Role Models for Women
Nearly all human behavior is the result of imitating others. A woman’s role models or “heroines” are a good indication of the character traits that she desires in her own life and is likely to emulate. Fortunately, in Scripture Christian women have examples of many women who exhibited great courage, faithfulness, and achievement—women we might take as personal role models and women we might lift up to our daughters.
Above all, we are to…Continue
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Brokenheartedness: A Shattered Life
The psalmist speaks of a “broken heart” and a “contrite spirit” (Ps. 34:18). A broken heart is experienced when someone else causes a breach in a relationship with us, while a contrite spirits results when we feel sorrow for having caused such a breach, against either God or another human being.
The woman who experiences a broken heart, in many ways, is a “victim” in the wake of another person’s actions, whether intentional…Continue
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Being a Good Thing
by Deborah L. Butler
"Who so findeth a wife findeth a good thing, and obtaineth favour of the LORD" (Prov. 18:22).
The man who finds a wife finds a "good thing" and obtains the favour of the Lord. It does not say that the man who finds a wife finds a "desperate thing."
A good thing is someone who is willing to fall in love with his mother. When you marry your husband, his mom becomes your mom. You call and check on…
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A Man After God’s Heart
by Keith A. Butler, II
You always hear a lot about the virtuous woman and what the woman's role is in a relationship. But you don't hear a whole lot about the man unless you go to a Promise Keepers' meeting or a special men's conference. So I want to share some things that God has placed in my heart concerning men and what a real man of God is.
There is no true manhood apart from God. Certainly, there are many men in this…
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Standing Strong When Tragedy Strikes
More often than not, tragedy and adversity hit us without warning, like a violent, unexpected storm that leaves a person reeling from the sudden impact. Here in Oklahoma, it seems as though the weather can change in an instant. One minute, the summer sun is shining brightly, and a warm breeze is blowing. Then, only a short time later, the…Continue
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Seven Ways to be a Blessing to Your Church
by Kate McVeigh
1) Ask Not What Your Church Can Do For You, But What You Can Do For Your Chruch
Remember the similar statement made by President John F. Kennedy? I remember learning that in school. I think that people have the same tendency in churches today - they are always looking for ways to be blessed rather than looking for ways to be a blessing.
If you really want to get the most out…
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