Month: May 2017

Joy

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But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faith, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law. Galatians 5:22-23 Joy is a fruit of the Holy Spirit, God’s spirit, not man’s…

Give or Take

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Greed and lust for power drive people to amazing injustice.  It is the serving of self, typically at the expense of others. “Luxury leads to vice when a person becomes consumed with the pursuit of pleasure, since a…

Withholding

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In the day of prosperity be joyful, but in the day of adversity, consider:  without question, God has made the one as well as the other, so that man cannot discover anything that will come after him. Ecclesiastes…

The gift of endurance to maintain our Faith

One Blue Horse

timeThe enemy wants us to get discouraged and give up, knowing that if we fall into the lie of discouragement, it will multiply in our own minds, bringing us down.

The gift of endurance is a pretty broad topic. What does God’s Word say about this powerful gift?

Endurance can conjure up many thoughts, mostly pertaining to a race, and certainly a reflection of strength that remains even after you are tired and worn out. Images of one running a race, not a sprint, gives us a physical description of the Godly Strength of endurance.

In a Believer’s walk, we often get a prompting from the Holy Spirit to step out in faith. This step starts out as a leap at times… as we are excited about what God has in store for us. We are hot out of the gates.

What happens when we start to lose the momentum…

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It Tastes Different

Today`s Devotion

Psalm 37:4 – “Take delight in the Lord, and He will give you the desires of your heart.”

At some point in time, each and every one of us have probably fantasized about what it would be like to win the lottery. In Florida, you can’t drive for very far, listen to the radio, or watch the TV without being confronted by the current jackpot that’s coming up almost every day of the week in some form or another.

LotteryFor me, it’s when the grand prize tops that $150 million that I find myself pondering the “What if I won?” fantasy. I think about all the wonderful things I could do for everyone around me. Every grandchild would have a trust fund, and everyone’s mortgage would be paid. Patti would get her dream car, and I would get that perfect pickup truck.

In today’s scripture, the psalmist tells us to take…

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