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Our Abrahamic Covenant

Written by Phyllis. Posted in Uncategorised

 

      If you're a Christian today, you are blessed with a spectacular abundance of Christian content transmitted by Christian broadcasters, by publishers, Christian and secular, printing and distributing millions of books by Christian authors, and search engines that instantly take us to commentary and background formerly available to only the more disciplined seekers.

   However, as a Christian, you're also kind of cursed by the availability and velocity of the above; error travels on the same paths as truth! And even if it's not error, per se, doctrines can be born on the charisma and doggedness of a single writer. Hal Lindsey, author of the compelling 

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Psalm 71

Written by Phyllis. Posted in Uncategorised

 In You, O LORD, I put my trust; Let me never be put to shame. {2} Deliver me in Your righteousness, and cause me to escape; Incline Your ear to me, and save me. {3} Be my strong refuge, To which I may resort continually; You have given the commandment to save me, For You are my rock and my fortress. {4} Deliver me, O my God, out of the hand of the wicked, Out of the hand of the unrighteous and cruel man. {5} For You are my hope, O Lord GOD; You are my trust from my youth. {6} By You I have been upheld from birth; You are He who took me out of my mother’s womb. My praise shall be continually of You. {7} I have become as a wonder to many, But You are my strong refuge. {8} Let my mouth be filled with Your praise And with Your glory all the day.

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Where Are You Walking

Written by Phyllis. Posted in Uncategorised

 I have been reading the book of Jasher.  If you are not familiar with this book I suggest that you get a copy.  Jasher is mentioned in the Bible and our pastor has made reference to it many times.  I first read Jasher a couple of years ago and have read it a couple times since.  Each time I read it I learn more and get a deeper revelation of God and the people that walked out their destiny.  In this hour, I truly believe God is calling His people to trust him completely.

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John 3:16

Written by Phyllis. Posted in Articles

For God so greatly loved the world that He gave his only begotten son that whosoever believes, clings to, relies and trust in Him will not perish (come to destruction, be lost) but have everlasting (eternal) life. 

There are times that life is hard ... we do things that we don't want to do and fall ... or maybe we don't really "know" God.  It says in the bible that if we confess our sins and turn to God he will forgive us.  When i was young I was taught how to understand the meaning of repentence.  It is agreeing with God that He is right and I was wrong.  Turning away from the sin and turning to God and accepting His forgiveness.  If you are reading this and haven't received Jesus as your personal savior I invite you to confess with your mouth and say out loud to God that you need Him and that you thank Him for sending Jesus to save you from your sin.  Jesus willingly gave his life to save yours.  It says in John 14:6....Jesus answered, "I am the way and the truth and the life.  No one comes to the Father except through me."  If you have received Jesus as your personal savior and you have sinned then all we need to do is confess that sin and know that God hears your prayer and he cast that sin and remembers it no more.  Hebrews 8:12.  Trust God in whatever you are faced with.  Know that He loves you more than you can ever imagine and walk with your head up knowing that He has a plan for your life.  Ask the Holy Spirit to give you revelation on what that purpose is and then start walking toward it.  I pray God bless you and keep you!  Phyllis

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Look Away From Sin and Turn Your Gaze To Me

Written by Phyllis. Posted in Articles

Several days ago, I was praying and the Lord spoke to me. His first sentence was “ Look away from sin and turn your gaze to Me”. He then went on to encourage me, for which I was grateful, but as I left, that first utterance continued to roll around in me and I began to see the depth of what He was saying.
Turn from sin. The first part of the command was not so much leave the environment or location of sin, but rather quit dwelling on it , look away from it. When Eve first began her rationalizing conversation with Satan about the fruit from the tree of life, we can be sure it followed a period of study like a woman might do in the midst of a shopping trip where something catches her eye and she turns her full attention to it, picking it up , studying it, evaluating it and imagining it belonging to her. Study foments lust and lust begets temptation and temptation to sin begets rationalization and before long there is sin. God was telling Me to nip sin at the beginning and just walk on with the shopping cart. Actually, He’s telling me just don’t continue to look at it. I think this is the most obvious meaning of what He commanded.
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