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Faith Without Works September 4, 2016

"When you ask God for something, do you simply do nothing and say, “Well, I’m going to show my faith by doing nothing”? To the contrary, you will show your faith by doing something. Why? Because James 2:20 and 26 tell us that “faith without...

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Knowing The Will Of God August 31, 2016

"The first step in knowing the will of God is the surrender principle. It’s an insult to tell God, “I want to know Your will, but I’m not willing to do Your will.” Couched in a passage about “serving our masters” is the phrase “the will of ...

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Knowing Truth Or Knowing Jesus August 15, 2016

"I want you to read a part of an essay written by a 17-year old boy, but I want to tell you ahead of time the young boy was Karl Marx. Listen to it: If we examine the history of man’s nature as an individual, we constantly observe that spar...

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Wealth And Financial Bondage June 12, 2016

"It is not wrong to have possessions. As a matter of fact, God wants you to have possessions. He gives you possessions to make you a steward over them. The problem comes as those possessions multiply on credit. Somebody has described a mod...

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The Sinister Minister Of Fear March 30, 2016

"The devil is the sinister minister of fear. Are you afraid of what the devil may do to you if you take a stand for God? Don’t be afraid. God declares 365 times (once for every day of the year), “Fear not. Be not dismayed. I am thy God. I w...

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What Is Bitterness? March 29, 2016

"Some bitter people are like a porcupine. They may have a lot of good points, but they are hard to be near. They are harsh, critical, judgmental, sarcastic, and filled with anger. Other bitter people are like an iceberg…very cool, aloof, a...

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Search Me, O God March 28, 2016

"Most of us think we know our own hearts. But, the truth of the matter is that we don’t know. Jeremiah 17:9 says, “The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?” A deceitful heart can’t diagnose a deceitf...

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