Devotional Thoughts

Devotional Thoughts
Be Still

Sometimes I hate it when I’m right…  Yesterday morning, as I was getting ready for the day and running my schedule through my mind, I thought to myself, “I’ve got too much going on.”  And I knew I was right.   The price we pay when we’re too busy isn’t something to ignore.   Be still and know

Biblical Perspectives, Devotional Thoughts
Forgiveness

By Suzanne Provagna Forgiveness is on my mind these last couple of weeks.  I can’t begin to understand the depth of God’s love for us and the pain that He went through to watch His only Son take on our sins so that we could live a beautiful life in eternity with our Father in

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A Song of Sorrow

By John Martin There are times when life is just plain hard. There are moments when the words of Job seem far too real; “We’re all adrift in the same boat: too few days, too many troubles.” (Job 14:1 – The Message) I find myself in one of those seasons of life when I too

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Created for His Praise

When God finished creating Adam and Eve on the sixth day He said it was “very good.” Think about that. They had just been created. They had not had the chance to do anything, yet He was pleased with them. He enjoyed their company as He walked in the cool of the day with them.

Biblical Perspectives, Devotional Thoughts
Passion, Dedication and Focus

By Donald Kutala PDF! Is this Portable Document Format? Nope! this is completely something else! It is Passion, Dedication and Focus. Paul compares the Church to one body that consists of many parts in 1 Corinthians 12:20. A profound way of how we as believers should serve God and one another in unity with less

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The True Essence of Worship

By Dwayne Moore Deuteronomy 6:4-5 says,“Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one.  Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.” I believe these two verses are central in helping us grasp acceptable worship to God. We must love him completely,

Devotional Thoughts, Guest Posts
The Work that is Unseen

By Suzanne Provagna This morning I awoke before dawn and went outside.  It was completely dark and yet the birds were incessantly chirping.  It sounded like hundreds of birds happily singing while working.  I couldn’t see anything but it was obvious that there was immeasurable activity going on.  If you couldn’t hear, you would not have known that the

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What Matters Most

By John Martin In my role with NLW International, I am blessed to meet some very talented and gifted people. Even within our own team God has blessed us with a wide range of talents and personalities! But regardless of how gifted any of us may be, we must never forget what matters most. The

Devotional Thoughts, Missions, Resources
Lessons from Being Deported

By Dwayne Moore I got deported. Yep. Never thought I’d have to put those three words together in the same sentence. But it’s true. Bottom line: India wouldn’t let me in. I can’t really blame them. The customs agents were just doing their job. It was really my fault. In a nutshell, I had ordered

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Forgiveness

By Suzanne Provagna Forgiveness has been on my mind these last couple of weeks. I can’t begin to understand the depth of God’s love for us and the pain that He went through to watch His only Son take on our sins so that we could live a beautiful life in eternity with our Father

Biblical Perspectives, Devotional Thoughts
Praise is Universal

Praise is universal. If we could fly over the “plains of praise,” we would see many landmarks that would give us a clearer picture of just how universal and far-reaching praise to God really is. For example, we would see that God’s people have always praised him. In our day many churches and believers are

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My Joy

The following is from Dwayne Moore’s Daily Quiet Time Journal! You can follow and receive updates on Dwayne’s journal at http://quiettimejournal.praisemorepowerful.com. Text: Philippians 4:1-9 Theme: Paul wanted us to have joy from the Lord and from those we disciple–as did he. Key verses: “…stay true to the Lord… you are my joy and the crown I receive

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Why Do We Suffer?

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Encouragement for Ministers at Thanksgiving

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“Just Ask Me For It” – The Case for Bold Prayers (Repost)

  I had been home from Africa less than 24 hours when I got the call. I felt as though I was being summoned to prayer. After a month of traipsing across 3 countries doing worship conferences, I had been looking forward to hiding away in my house for a couple days to recoup and