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John the Baptist’s “no holds barred” attacks on the unrighteous, including political and religious leaders, didn’t endear him to the unrepentant. But he did attract the attention of those searching for truth.  Individuals spiritually starving because for more than four hundred years, Papa had been silent. Religious leaders no longer imparting divine revelations, only rules …

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The cornerstone of Christianity is Christ’s resurrection. It is proof of Jesus’s deity, undeniable confirmation of Papa’s great love for His children. Papa so loved us that He chose to pay the ransom. Ensuring the release of His children from satan’s dominion and authority! But this ransom is conditional. It is dependent upon His children …

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  Conviction of steel Heart of burnished gold Righteousness always Iron holiness Steadfast, persevere Temperate feelings ***** Lion hearted will Image of Jesus Kind, compassionate Eager repentance ***** Calm and collected Out of this world faith Unconventional Ready for battle Ardent God chaser Gracious modesty Eternal mindset ***** Christ-Like Courage

  While traveling to yesteryear Gratitude engulfs my heart and soul At last destruction’s gate is closed Hell’s evil a distant memory ***** No longer haunted by mistakes Depression, doubt eternally gone Lies of the enemy silenced Shame, regret, guilt forever buried ***** The narrow gate of grace Lovingly beckons me to enter To rest …

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  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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