Response to Dec 01, 2005 Word for Today

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:58 by Washed Lives Ministries on Christian Living

Very profound words. Let us take care to observe that in times like these, we should run to the arms of God before we run to anything or anyone else. A song writer wrote these lyrics; O what peace we often forfeit, O what needless pains we bear. All because we do not carry everything to God in prayer. I encourage us all to abandon the age-old cliche of "after you've tried everything, else try God"...

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MARRIAGE SERIES: REBUKE ~ "Give It to Me Straight" - Message Three

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:56 by Ordained to Speak Ministries® on Church & Ministry

Those whom I love I rebuke. ~ Revelation 3:19 (NIV)
I (Teresa) remember the outcome of one of our first marital tiffs. After our argument, David stomped out of the room, slammed the door, and sank into bed in an angry slump. I sat on the couch fuming with anger myself. I don't know how long I sat there, but I finally packed up my purse, made a lunch for the next day, and trotted off in...

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Response to Nov 30, 2005 Word for Today

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:47 by Washed Lives Ministries on Christian Living

Amen to the word of truth. I believe also that in order for us to make an impact in the world, the Word of God must continually make an impact in us. I believe that as Christians, we have somehow allowed ourselves to become immune to the Word of God as it applies to our own lives. We cast to much focus on everyone else as being the one the word was intended for as oppose to...

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Friday, School of the Spirit

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:44 by Covenant Outreach Ministries on Prophetic

Covenant Outreach School of the Spirit will meet this Friday, December 2nd at 7pm in downtown Lakeland, at 122 S. Missouri Avenue.
Children's class will be available with Miss Jeri.
Also a reminder for those who attend our Sunday meetings that this Sunday, December 4th will be our covered dish meal following the 11:00am meeting.
For further information please contact us at 863-802-5171 or visit our website at;
In His love,
Richard and Becky Maisenbacher
Covenant Outreach Ministries
122 S. Missouri Avenue
P.O. Box 524
Lakeland, Florida...

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INSPIRATION for TODAY . . . "Doing What's Right"

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:43 by Ordained to Speak Ministries® on Church & Ministry

Everyone who is a child of God conquers the world. And this is the victory that conquers the world ~ our faith. ~ 1 JOHN 5:4
You get impatient with your own life, trying to master a habit or control a sin ~ and in your frustration begin to wonder where the POWER of God is. Be PATIENT. God is using TODAY'S DIFFICULTIES to STRENGTHEN you for tomorrow. He is equipping you. The God who...

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Prayer Directive - Thursday December 1, 2005.

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:40 by Open Heaven Intercessors on Prayer

Open Heaven Intercessors

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The Cherokee Drowning Place

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:39 by Our Daily Frybread on News

Typical Cherokee Stomp Ground
There were two main "Trail Of Tears" routes which passed through Arkansas. The southern route ran from Memphis to near Little Rock where it joined with the Arkansas River and ended at Fort Gibson, while the northern route of the Arkansas portion of the Trail of Tears, commonly known as the "Old Military Road," passed through Baxter and Marion Counties in northern Arkansas.
Three thousand Cherokee and Creek men, women and children, victims of the Federal Indian Removal...

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Green Light?

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:32 by The Star Project on Teaching/Education

Hey, Gang! A lot is going on!
In the next three days, we expect a film-funding decision from a financially capable group. Should they come through, we could be financially good-to-go on the Star Film! Wouldn't THAT be a fabulous Christmas present from the Lord! The group is enthusiastic so far, but, of course, the evil one will try to scuttle this deal.
If you have time, please join me in prayer:
"Is it time, Father? Is it YOUR timing to start shooting...

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Response to Nov 28, 2005 Word for Today

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:29 by Washed Lives Ministries on Christian Living

Why do we praise God and why is it so important to praise him especially in our trying times? It's simple; when we praise God, it causes us to take our focus first off ourselves and secondly off our trials and helps us to see God. I'm reminded of the story of Elijah and Elisha when they were surrounded by their enemies of many nations. Elisha feared because of the great numbers that surrounded them in the...

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Be Anxious for Nothing

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:27 by Mercy and Truth Ministries on Church & Ministry

When you come to Me in prayer, bring your requests specifically. Come knowing that I hear and answer the prayer of faith according to My will and purposes. Then, you can rest assured that I have heard the cry of your heart and will give you the desires of your heart. Do not waver in doubt or unbelief, for that would negate your prayer of faith, says the Lord. Philippians 4:6-7 "Be anxious for nothing,...

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Debra's Computer Crashed

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:20 by Mark Gorman Updates on Inspiration

Dear Friends,
Many of you will remember Debra South. She is the lady who we partnered with through our marketplace ministry network in New Orleans, Leading Edge Network, Prior to Hurricane Katrina, Debra had the largest feeding ministry in the state of Louisiana. In fact, last year she gave away 1.3 million pounds of food to feed more than 64,000 needy families in the Greater New Orleans area.
Leading Edge has "adopted" Debra, to help her...

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Update from Ironton, OH

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:14 by George Holley Evangelistic Ministries on Evangelism/Missions

Dear friends & ministry partners,
We just finished a delightful week with the folks at the Sedgwick United Methodist Church in Ironton, OH. This is a small congregation of a two point charge that is pastored by Rev. Willard Metz. Rev. Metz also pastors the Pine Street United Methodist Church just a short distance away. He is a "retired" Wesleyan minister from Ashland, KY which is just across the river. His wife did a great job providing...

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Le contact de la main du ma

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:13 by Redeemer Revival Ministries on General Interest

Le contact de la main du ma

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You are invited to a Free Luncheon (Sorry so late notice!)

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 11:03 by Kauai Island Ministries on Evangelism/Missions

To all Senior Pastors, Youth workers and Children's workers,
You are invited to a Free Luncheon.
Friday, December 1st
11:30 AM @ The Wailua Family Restaurant
Each summer Lihue Missionary Church, along with several other local churches, host a week-long Sports Camp for Kids from ages 6-12. The children are taught skills in soccer, basketball, and cheerleading. Along with the sports training they receive Bible lessons each day. Each year we have seen 80 to 100 children attend. ...

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Playing before an Audience of One!

Posted Dec 1st 2005, 10:59 by Daily Bread Weekly Devotion from the Lively's on Teaching/Education

Brent & Charda Lively 35065
Las Vegas, NV 89133
Playing before an Audience of One
"Beware of practicing your righteousness before men to be noticed by them; otherwise you have no reward with your Father who is in heaven. When therefore you give alms, do not sound a trumpet before you, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may be honored by men. Truly I say to you, they have their reward in full." Matthew 6:1-2

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