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Love one another as Jesus has loved us.

  The Lord honored King David by singling him out as a man after His own heart.  Why? King David practiced repentance on an ongoing basis. Allowing the Lord’s truth— His righteousness to guide and encourage him. Which enabled David to perform great feats that glorified the Lord.  ***** The adolescent David confronted, defeated and …

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  In a world where the middle ground is the road most traveled. Where the color gray is preferred over black or white. Where compromise is the order of the day. Absolute truth is becoming a relic of the past. Synonymous with closed mindedness and ignorance. Truth is no longer revered or considered the guidepost …

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More than ever the Church needs to encourage and model repentance. So she can become the Bride worthy of Christ’s return. But many Christians have forgotten or have not learned. Biblical love is not a greeting card platitude. Our responsibility is to equip God’s people to do His work and build up the Church— the …

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The Lord is not a god of the past. He is the great I AM. It is His delight to reveal the mysteries of the Kingdom to revolutionaries. Individuals who unconditionally trust Him, not man. Although a slave by birth, Joshua’s words and actions were those of a revolutionary. He unequivocally believed that with God …

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If you desire to travel into parts of the Kingdom few have seen. You cannot redefine God’s truth based on personal preferences or political correctness. Only God defines who He is and His blueprint for engaging Him, others and the culture. Allegiance to God’s righteousness— His truth is not for the faint hearted or the …

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