But because of his great love for us, God, who is rich in mercy,
Thank you Father for your grace and mercy. Heavenly Father it’s an honor in knowing that you withheld some of the punishment that I deserved. My God, I don’t deserve this but I thank you for being so good! Your mercy continue on enduring! Thank you Lord!
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Nancy served as President/CEO at a large Credit Union in Jacksonville, Florida for over 25 years. During her 35 years of involvement in the credit union movement, Nancy has had the opportunity to help many members reach their financial goals and has gained extensive experience in credit union management. Nancy brings 35 years of financial experience in diverse areas of financial services with banks and credit unions.
The Water of Uncertainty
The greatest challenge for the human mind is how to have unwavering belief in that which cannot be proven. As humans we seek to find the empirical evidence in everything. What we fail to realize is that everything we know can be questioned with the same logic.
Ye Have Not, Because Ye Ask Not
Many of our Lords Words have been portrayed by man as clichés and superficial, one dimensional meanings. In the Christian family, we regurgitate most of what we've heard without an intimate, detailed study of that particular thing. If it rolls off the tongue well, then it must be supreme Truth and the sanctuary goes wild (in my sports announcers’ voice).
Founder of eLATION Magazine
Elation Magazine, owned by Kimmie Robinson, is an inspirational magazine that focuses on spreading the word of God to the world, and uplifting souls worldwide. In this video are just a few inspirational messages to encourage and introduce you to Elation Magazine.
Pastor Virginia Scott Singleton
Pastor Virginia Scott Singleton is married to Deacon Ernest J. Singleton, Sr. They have been married for 45 years and have 2 sons; 1 daughter; 9 grandchildren; and 2 great grandchildren. She graduated from West Florence High School in 1972 and Almeda University, Boise Idaho in 2002 with a 4.0 GPA. Pastor Singleton received her Divine call to preach and was licensed into the gospel ministry in 1986. She was ordained in 1990 and was the second female to become ordained by the Pee Dee Baptist Association to preach the Word of God. God called her out of the Carver Street Baptist Church to become the pastor of the Divine Church of Deliverance where she has been the under shepherd for almost 16 years. Currently enrolled at the Dallas Theological Seminary.
Feature Artist GodSquad Bio
There are 3 of us in the squad. Minister Marlowe ( The Messenger ), Brother Keith ( Kardiac), and Pastor Anthony (Skool). We are three different brothers, who took three different paths, to get to the same location, which is Christ! Our ministry is very raw. We are here to spread the realness of our father.
James 4:2 You have not because you ask not. “ASK”
The bible is very clear! We don't receive from God because we do not ASK God. James 4:2 emphasizes the true importance of prayer. God is not playing games. So many blessings are forfeited daily because of a lack of prayer. God resisted the proud, but giveth grace unto the humble. The fact is proud people fail or do not pray.
If Weight Loss is such a beautiful thing, why does Al Sharpton look so bad?
You know what I’m talking about. In fact, ya’ll are talkin’ ‘bout it too! You are talking about him to his face. You are talkin’ ‘bout him behind his back! Many of you have made Mr. Sharpton a conversation piece at the water cooler at work! I heard that some of you are walking up to him at public speaking engagements and rudely commenting on his appearance directly. Blacks are talkin’ ‘bout him; Whites are talkin’ ‘bout him, but they are afraid of being accused of being racist! It’s ok; the secret question, that is not really a secret anymore is out: Why does Mr. Al Sharpton look so bad?
As the author of the Serenity Weight Loss and Detoxification Program©, founded in 1992, we have served well over 15, 000 clients. Therefore, as a Life and Wellness coach, Mr. Sharpton’s appearance is of great concern for the following reasons:
All too often people are under the misconception that the majority of people who release weight will ultimately look unhealthy. This is not true, but it fuels the practice of setting artificially high weight loss goals. I have worked with Serenity Weight Loss team members who have set goals to drop as low as 260 lbs. We are a society of smart, well educated people. Surely no one in our culture should strive to weigh 260 lbs, AFTER releasing 40 lbs to get there!
Compelled To Minister
In the message "Let It Shine" we considered our responsibility to shine the light of Jesus into the world. God will sometimes use powerful preachers to share the gospel message with thousands; but most often, He uses common people like you and me to share His love with one individual at a time.
For most, sharing the gospel does not come naturally. We fear being offensive or rejected, and we really fear not having the right answers. A portion of these fears are perfectly natural, but our fears are always magnified by the enemy who hates for us to speak the truth and, therefore, seeks to keep us silent.
God chose Jeremiah to be a prophet forty years prior to Israel's captivity in Babylon. This was a difficult time to be God's spokesman - His message was not at all pleasant. From his first days as a prophet, Jeremiah was told to speak of approaching doom; "From the north disaster will be poured out on all who live in the land" (Jeremiah 1:14). God was going to discipline the nation for their many years of sinful rebellion and Jeremiah was sent to warn and explain why.
Jeremiah had his own fears about sharing God's message; "Ah, Sovereign Lord, I do not know how to speak; I am only a child" (Jeremiah 1:6). His words certainly match some of ours today. But Jeremiah was obedient and placed his trust in God's promise; "Do not be afraid of them, for I am with you and will rescue you" (Jeremiah 1:8).
After many years of proclaiming God's message, Jeremiah's life had become nearly unbearable. Nobody believed his message and, instead of repenting, the people mocked and ridiculed; "The Word of the Lord has brought me insult and reproach all day long" (Jeremiah 20:8). Jeremiah had every reason to walk away from his calling, but something wonderful had taken root in his heart.
"If I say, 'I will not mention Him or speak any more in His name,' His Word is in my heart like a fire, a fire shut up in my bones. I am weary of holding it in; indeed, I cannot."
For many years, Jeremiah had pressed close to God, seeking His direction and desiring to do His will. Jeremiah knew the presence of God and could not conceive of life apart from His Lord. Despite great hardship, he could no longer imagine his life void of ministering and proclaiming God's Truth!
His Word is never a burden too heavy to carry. But we will continue to struggle with proclaiming the truth until we draw close and fill our lives with His presence. When we can see nothing but His majesty and glory, His Word will no longer be contained. Only then will we truly shine. Only then will we be compelled to minister.
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Sep 21 Isaiah 37:1-38:22; Galatians 6:1-18; Psalm 65:1-13; Proverbs 23:24-25