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Confident People Sing!

People who are confident in God that is. When your confidence is in God you feel content, secure, blessed, protected, happy and all to ready too belt out a tune. Psalm 108:1 says, ” My heart is confident in you , O God; no wonder I can sing your praises with all my heart!” Honestly, I am not like the author of this Psalm. I may have sung a few songs in my times of challenges and difficulties but my interpretation of this verse connotes a regular occurrence in the author’s life. This leads me to the question, “If I am sad, lonely, depressed, angry, envious or sick, will I still sing the praises of God?” I know that I have used singing to chase away the devil and to keep my heart up when I feel oppressed. This does not happen regularly. But I should! The act of singing, especially singing the praises of God, is a display of our trust in Him. This is an act that says, “I believe that God will never leave me nor forsake me. I believe that even if I lack today God will always supply all my needs according to His riches and glory in Christ Jesus. I believe that in times of sicknesses, God will be my healer.” How about you? Are you able to sing the praises of God...

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A Legacy for all Generation

Psalms 107:43 (NLT), “Those who are wise will take all this to heart; they will see in our history the faithful love of the Lord.” Psalm 107 was written to be read by those who chooses to believe in the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. The psalm is a testament of God’s unfailing love to those who believe in His name. Going through the sections of this chapter gives us an insight to the depth and height and length of God’s love for us. Vv. 1-3 shows how God encourages those He has redeemed from their enemies to tell everyone the good news of what He ha done. God is faithful, and it endures forever. Vv. 4-9 tells of those who God loves but has wandered off and forgot Him. But in their time of lack, God causes those who are precious to Him to remember Him and as they call to Him for provision, He comes upon them and brings them to a place where they would not lack. Vv. 10-16 declares how God rescues those who are in prison and bondage whether physically or spiritually. They were imprisoned because they chose to not follow God’s command and rebelled. Aren’t we all rebels? Didn’t we choose are own paths rather than the way God wants us to go? God’s will for us is to depend on Him...

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Are You Afraid of the End Times?

For me, the answer is both a yes and a no. YES, because no one is really sure of what will happen in the future. Hollywood has got us all fearful of what will happen tomorrow, think, 2012, The Day After Tomorrow, The Core, The Day the Earth Stood Still, War of the Worlds, Monsters and Aliens, Independence Day and a whole lot more. I admit, the movie 2012 got into me. It was just so realistically presented. Thank special effects for that. I think a lot of people, whether they admit it or not, are wondering what will REALLY...

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Ever Wonder If You Are Wandering?

Deuteronomy 8:2-5, “Remember how the Lord your God led you through the wilderness for these forty years, humbling you and testing you to prove your character, and to find out whether or not you would obey his commands. Yes, he humbled you by letting you go hungry and then feeding you with manna, a food previously unknown to you and your ancestors. He did it to teach you that people do not live by bread alone; rather, we live by every word that comes from the mouth of the Lord. For all these forty years your clothes didnt wear out, and your feet didnt blister or swell. Think about it: Just as a parent disciplines a child, the Lord your God disciplines you for your own good.” I believe that a majority, if not all, believers of Jesus encounter a time of “wandering”. Like the descendants of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob whom He delivered from bondage in Egypt, so too are the experiences of many of those whose faith is in the Lamb of God. When you consider the passage in Deuteronomy 8:2-5, the LORD God made it clear to the Israelites what their 40 years of wandering meant. It was to humble them and test them to prove their character. If you have read the books of Exodus, Leviticus and Numbers, you would understand why it took them...

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What’s in Your Heart?

Many things you may say. But what is on top? The one that you hold truly dear. Is it your spouse (I hope they are near the top if you are married) ? Your kids? Your house? Or even your car (some people name their cars) ? If you said yes to any I mentioned above then maybe its time for a re-evaluation. 1 John 5:21 says, “Dear children, keep away from anyhing that might take God’s place in your heart.” Now, look again. Do you hold God dear in your heart? He should be! He created you. Cared for you. Provided for you. Often in ways you may have not noticed, seen or heard? How do keep God in your heart? Let me offer you five thoughts: First, Jesus needs to be there, in you heart. Second, seek His will for your life. Third, come to Him for guidance. Fourth, run to Him when you are in trouble. Fifth, talk to Him like you talk to a best friend. Obviously, these are not just the way and THE way. This can be a...

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