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August 30, 2015 @ 10:48 PM

Welcome again to this week's word for the week. This week is one of those weeks where the word is straight to the point. Sometimes, being brief is better as there's no excuse to not read the whole thing and it is easier to retain later. This enables you to be able to better give the ultimate point some real thought. With that being said let's get straight to the topic at hand this week.

One of the most powerful things you have going for you as a child of God is your salvation. There is so much to be said about that process but it's easier to simply say without that there's no you or anyone else who names the name of Christ. Part of being saved is that there was first a desire for Christ. There was a point and time in ...

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August 24, 2015 @ 12:56 AM

Welcome again to this week's word for the week. I have been saved for quite some time now. Twenty-two years to be exact and next month will make twenty years that I've been preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ. Throughout the years there is something I've really learned and realized. If we don't see the promises that God has for our life it is not because God has failed at the task. It is because we haven't done our part. Now that your attention is focused on the issue at hand let's move forward.

Earlier on in my journey with Christ I would think the holdup for some people was simply that they did not know what God had in store for them. I felt there was no way for them to walk in something they had no knowledge ...

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August 17, 2015 @ 1:47 AM

Welcome again to this week's word for the week. This week's word will probably shock some of you but it's a very necessary topic of discussion. On this Christian journey we assume a lot of things. By that I mean we can sometimes take things for granted. This may be knowingly at times and unknown at other times. So let's get to the heart of the matter. 

Where are you going? When I ask that question I'm not talking about in terms of your life while here on this earth. I'm talking in terms of your eternity. Are you going to heaven or hell? Of course, if you're reading this you are more than likely saying you're going to heaven. So here's my question. How sure are you about that? Be honest with yourself...

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August 10, 2015 @ 12:45 AM

Welcome again to this week's word for the week. How is your commitment to God? I know that's a hard question to start off with but it's an important question for you to consider. Your dedication to God should be a priority in your life. It should mean something. It should bother you if you realize that it is something that is lacking in your life. 

But here's another question. It should bother you but does it? How do you feel when you go through those times where you know within yourself you're not doing everything you should be doing? It's easy to pretend but when it's just you and God where do you really stand? Here's a better question to ask. Is God really pleased with you?

Think about what I'm ...

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August 3, 2015 @ 1:33 AM

Welcome again to this week's word for the week. Let's start this week off with a Bible verse which will serve as the foundation for our word for the week. Luke 10:2 says "Therefore said he unto them, The harvest is truly great, but the labourers are few: pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he would send forth labourers into his harvest." It is a very simple verse if you simply look at it on the surface. However, once you really examine that verse then the full meaning is more clear and understood.

Most people will look at that verse and say it simply means that there's plenty of work to do for the kingdom but there's not enough workers to make it all happen. That is true by itself but there's a few...

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