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Devotions for Women

What Is The Exceeding Greatness Of God’s Power?

If asked the question, Do you want the exceeding greatness of God’s power, most of us would say, Absolutely! God’s power breathes fresh life into us each and every day. It sustains us as we go through our day to day life; therefore, we must acknowledge that we need His power for the basic element of continued life. However,

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God’s Word Works

God's Word Works

Anyone who knows me well knows I treasure God’s Word! I believe that God’s word works and has an affect on any person who reads it and believes it.  We have the greatest treasure at our fingertips, yet this treasure is often overlooked. We often take for granted and overlook what is easily available and accessible, and God’s Word is as available and accessible as it has ever been.

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Attitude of Gratitude

Attitude of Gratitude

If we see a person with an attitude of gratitude, their basic approach to life would be thankful. The book of Psalms show us that David had attitude of gratitude, especially towards God. David authored at least 74 of the 150 psalms. 12 of those 74 psalms are identified as songs of praise or thanksgiving. David understood that everything good he had, God had given him.  

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What Hopeless Situation Are You Facing Today?

hopeless

Hope is a precious and rare treasure in the world today. It seems people are living without hope in so many ways. The darkness of this world has impacted our belief system. The spiritual enemy of our soul has deceived us and made us place our hope in things that are sure to fail us. And they do leaving us in a hopeless state.   You are not hopeless!     A believer in Christ, should never be hopeless or without hope. A believer in Christ should be like Christ …

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Prayer Should Be At Every Stage Of Our Calling In Ministry

Spending time in prayer is one of the most important and valuable goals we can accomplish in any area of life. Ministry and prayer always go hand in hand. I can’t imagine ministry apart from intentional, focused prayer. After fourteen years of following God’s call, I am more convinced than ever that prayer is the key component to ministry.   This blog series is about getting your ministry started, whether it is a church ministry, a ministry program, or a personal ministry.   In my last blog, God’s Calling, God’s Commission, and Getting …

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God’s Calling, God’s Commission, and Getting Your Ministry Started

My Pastor’s message this morning was focused around the reality that we are all made for more. We are saved by God, called by God, for something bigger than ourselves and beyond ourselves.   Who has saved us and called us with a holy calling, not according to our works, but according to His own purpose and grace which was given to us in Christ Jesus before time began. 2 Timothy 1:9   God has called each person to their own individual ministry in the body of Christ. That looks …

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Hard Work Should be a Labor of Love

Labor of Love

Labor of love defined might be hard work for the sake of love.   This past weekend was a beautiful celebration of love at my middle daughter’s wedding. She married the one she loves at my house this past weekend. It was a wonderful experience, but the wedding preparations required a lot of hard work. I can truly say that I delighted in doing the hard work. It was a blessing to be able to give the gift of a beautiful wedding to my daughter. Why because I love her …

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Do You Need Healing?

need healing

We all need healing at some point in life. Maybe we need physical healing for some form of a common sickness like sinus problems, headaches, or a stomach virus. Sometimes the more dangerous and deadly diseases cause us to seek God for healing for ourselves or for someone we love.     Physical healing is a big deal for sure, but there are other forms of healing we can need. We can need emotional or mental healing from heart wounds or word wounds. Relationships sometimes experience damage that only God’s healing …

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Freedom from My Past

Freedom

Freedom – We live in a land that is known for it’s freedom. Even living in a land of freedom, we can still live a life without true freedom. That was my story. My life before Christ was a life of rebellion to everything that was right, a life of alcoholism, and a life of destructive decisions. I made a mess of every area of my life. Three words that could characterize my life before Jesus were failure, brokenness, and shame.

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