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December 17, 2017 @ 11:32 PM

Welcome again to this week's word for the week. I am always amazed and the many ways that God speaks. I'm amazed at the countless illustrations and points that He makes. While in the middle of the message the Lord told me to tell one of the Deacons to read the first one on the left hand page of his bible. I had no idea what was there so it was literally a moment of just trusting God. One thing stuck out in particular about the passage. It talked about making space for God.

Give that some thought for a moment. Make space for God. It is not a foreign concept to us. We understand it very clearly when it comes to things in life. If you get some new furniture you have to make room for it. When I was younger only one fried of mine had ...

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December 11, 2017 @ 1:24 AM

Welcome again to this week's word for the week. I'm a firm believer both of and in the word of God. When it says something I take it at face value. The word of God tells us not to make plans for tomorrow or to be concerned about tomorrow for those things shall take care of themselves. The word of God also tells us to count the cost before we build. Let's get straight to the heart of the matter this week.

As we all know this year is rapidly coming to a close. We are literally in the last month of the year. It is not too late for any promise of God to come to pass. It's never too late. The things that are in store are still right there. We're going a little bit further here this week though. We are literally at that point...

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December 4, 2017 @ 12:55 AM

Welcome again to this week's word for the week. Obstacles do not have to cause you to come to a standstill. They may slow you down. They may hinder your progress. They may test your patience. They may frustrate you. They may even make you weary. But they do not have to force you to come to a standstill and do nothing. Obstacles may be a distraction but they can be navigated around, over, and even through if necessary.

I'll be brief this week. We can't control the obstacles. We do not always know the reason why they are there. We do not always understand why they are there even when we may know they need to be there. That is not a typo with that last statement. Something can be in the way and sometimes all you know is that it&#...

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