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March 27, 2017 @ 1:09 AM

Welcome again to this week's word for the week. How much time would you give God to bring your promise to pass? I know that sounds like an easy question but take a moment to look at it again and ask that question this way. How long are you willing to wait on God to bring your promise to pass? If you look at it that way you quickly realize the issue is not how long you will give God but rather how long are you willing to wait.

When I was younger I often heard the phrase wait on the Lord. I heard it everywhere I went it seemed at the time. Even people who were not saved or even in church believed in waiting on the Lord. I heard that phrase so much growing up until I literally thought it was a normal part of life. Times were different ...

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March 20, 2017 @ 1:16 AM

Welcome again to this week's word for the week. God asked Solomon to ask what he wanted and it would be done for him. Solomon asked for wisdom to do the will of God. As a result of asking for wisdom he was granted more than what he ever could have imagined. Sounds simple right? Before I go any further let me ask you a powerful question. What was the outcome of Solomon "after" he found so much favor with God?

In case you don't know the answer to that question let me make it plain. The story of Solomon ends with him loving many strange women and as a result it ended up being his downfall. That is as plain as it gets. However, let's do a quick rewind. God asked Solomon to ask what he will and it was actually done. God ...

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