Prevailing In Prayer

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Prevailing In Prayer As we embark on our spiritual journey for 2019, it has been a time of intense prayer and supplication before God. God loves it when His people demonstrate their dependence on Him in the place of prayer. However, beyond that demonstration, He also wants His people to prevail in prayer. We see […]

Confronting your Goliath

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There will always be a Goliath out there! Everyone, at different times, encounter different variations of a Goliath. A “Goliath” is any stubborn problem that persists. It may keep coming back or just refuses to go away. Some variations of a Goliath could be: a. A bad habit in your life b. A spouse, child, […]

The Principles of the kingdom of God – Part Four

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The Principles of the kingdom of God (4) The Principle of Healing Primary Texts: Isaiah 53:1-5 There are things the Scriptures must have us know when it comes to the question of divine healing. People say that divine healing is no longer appropriate to our time. It ceased during the time of the apostles. After […]

The Principles of the Kingdom of God – Part Three

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The Principles of the kingdom of God (3) The Principle of Faith Primary Texts: Hebrews 11:1, 6 The life of the child of God is a life of faith. No one has seen God at any time, and so when you come into His kingdom, you must realize that you are entering into a realm […]

The Principles of the Kingdom of God – Part Two

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The Principles of the kingdom of God (2) The Principle of Righeousness Primary Texts: Romans 3: 21-31 This is the foundation – the very core of the kingdom principles. It is like a visa into the Kingdom of God. See Hebrews 1:8. The scepter is a staff or rod held in the hand by a […]

The Principles of the Kingdom of God – Part One

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The Principles of the kingdom of God (1) The Introduction Primary Texts: Hebrews 11:1, 6 Every country has laws governing them. The laws and cultures of a nation are always different from the laws and culture of another nation. If you migrate to another nation, you must learn the language, culture, and lifestyle of the […]

By Christ Alone

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Not too long ago on social media, I came across a well-respected minister of the gospel telling his pastors gathered in a convention to inform their congregants that they would go to hell if they did not tithe. In addition, their pastors who did not teach them about tithing would suffer a similar fate. I […]

Incomprehensible God: Part 2

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Elijah pronounced a judgment of drought upon the land because the government of Israel officially sought to replace the worship of God with the worship of Baal (1 Kings 17:1 & 18:4, 13, 18). God had found a means of escape for Elijah and led him to a place of shelter at Kerith Ravine (1 […]

Incomprehensible God: Part 1

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Our God works in ways that we cannot fully comprehend. We see this in His dealings with Elijah when drought and famine ravaged the world of his day. We see Elijah introduced to us in 1 Kings 17:1 pronouncing a judgment of drought upon the land because the government of Israel officially sought to replace […]

Welcome

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From the Pastor’s Desk   We live in an uncertain time – a time when the integrity of God’s word is being tested among His saints. Paul, the apostle, warned of this when he said that, “The Spirit speaketh expressly that in the latter times some will depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing […]