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Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Seeing God in the small stuff

God is everywhere we look we need to stop and take time for God always being there for us God bless

Thursday, January 13, 2011

We must let go of old patterns.we will never lead in a empowering way if we hold on to our old self, our old baggage,our old citizenship. Gal 2:20

Thursday, January 6, 2011

rick warren

"God is pleased with everyone who worships him & does right, no matter what nation they come from" Acts 10:35 (CEV)

new message

Discipline is the refining fire by which talent becomes ability. -Roy L Smith

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Monday, December 13, 2010

something to think about

2 most Christians, Bible is like a software license. Nobody actually reads it. Just scroll 2 the bottom & click "I agree."

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

paul

Paul's great object was not merely to instruct and to improve, but to save. Anything short of this would have disappointed him; he would have men renewed in heart, forgiven, sanctified, in fact, saved. Have our Christian labours been aimed at anything below this great point? Then let us amend our ways, for of what avail will it be at the last great day to have taught and moralized men if they appear before God unsaved? Blood-red will our skirts be if through life we have sought inferior objects, and forgotten that men needed to be saved. Paul knew the ruin of man's natural state, and did not try to educate him, but to save him; he saw men sinking to hell, and did not talk of refining them, but of saving from the wrath to come. To compass their salvation, he gave himself up with untiring zeal to telling abroad the gospel, to warning and beseeching men to be reconciled to God. His prayers were importunate and his labours incessant. To save souls was his consuming passion, his ambition, his calling. He became a servant to all men, toiling for his race, feeling a woe within him if he preached not the gospel. He laid aside his preferences to prevent prejudice; he submitted his will in things indifferent, and if men would but receive the gospel, he raised no questions about forms or ceremonies: the gospel was the one all-important business with him. If he might save some he would be content. This was the crown for which he strove, the sole and sufficient reward of all his labours and self-denials. Dear reader, have you and I lived to win souls at this noble rate? Are we possessed with the same all-absorbing desire? If not, why not? Jesus died for sinners, cannot we live for them? Where is our tenderness? Where our love to Christ, if we seek not his honour in the salvation of men? O that the Lord would saturate us through and through with an undying zeal for the souls of men.