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The Incense of Agony

-- By Joanie Stahl "And being in agony He prayed more earnestly: and His sweat was as it were great drops of blood falling to the ground."  Luke 22:44  KJV. "Just recently I received a mortal blow to my heart.  The sensation felt like my heart was hit with enemy rounds.  I stood there shocked.  I could not move.  I sat down and I began to weep.  Then it was that my heart became like the rock that Moses struck twice, and the waters gushed forth like a river in a barren desert..." Continue Reading...

The Callousness of the Gospel

The Callousness of the Gospel - By Brook Ardoin (July 11, 2018) The unbridled truth is that I am witnessing the great passion for the Word of God as well as the passion for the Lord Jesus Christ being washed away with the tide of callousness. Many are getting “used” to Jesus. The anticipation of spending time with the Lord in prayer has fizzled and the exhilaration of soaking in His Word at every given chance has seemed to reach its crescendo with many Christians. Many have even grown bored with these things and feel there is nothing new to be revealed. Continue Reading...

Hide The Word In Your Heart

Weekly Devotional July 10, 2018 "Your Word I have hid in mine heart, that I might not sin against Thee." ~ Psalm 119:11, KJV. The Hebrew word for "hid" is "tsaphan" meaning "to hide (by covering up); to conceal - to lay up, to store up; to lie hidden; hide from discovery; treasure." One absolute... Continue Reading →

Take Time to Rest

July 3, 2018 Who would not agree that in this life, it is feels like one big long haul.  A marathon that seems to get harder the older we get.  There are never ending demands, deadlines and appointments.  We feel that we cannot catch our breaths or a break.  We rush from one location to... Continue Reading →

Seasons In The Wilderness

Weekly Devotional June 26, 2018 "O God, You are my God: Early will I seek You; My soul thirsts for You; My flesh longs for You in a dry and thirsty land where there is no water". ~ Psalm 63:1 These are King David's words when he was in the wilderness of Judah, closely pursued... Continue Reading →

NOW Faith Is

-- by Dawn Wilson This one lesson on faith taught me that since conscience fear is a hindrance to God answering our prayers, so was any doubt included in my communication with the Lord. From that day forward, I never asked God to change a circumstance. Faith is the title deed in order for what is hoped to come into reality. With faith, there is a shift from the supernatural into the natural. Hope is natural and faith the supernatural....read more...

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