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New Creature New Life New (Victorious) Habits

My husband owns his own violin business. One of the aspects of his business is repairing instruments. This requires very special, extremely sharp knives. Occasionally, those knives need to be re-sharpened. He has special stones that he uses for this purpose. He knows his knives are sharp enough when he can cut the hair on […]

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Watch Out For The Pits

What was the problem with Judas? We see quickly that Achan and Judas wanted everything their way. What he needed to be recognized and rewarded for everything he did. The Judas attitude of thinking allows a sense of justification. “I am going to get them back!” It justifies, in a person’s mind, that it is […]

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Beauty for Ashes

What was once termed Australia’s big­gest “mistake” was later hailed as its greatest — although costly — masterpiece. It was the Sydney Opera House. The original cost esti­mate announced in 1957 was $7.2 million. The final cost in 1973 reached $110 million. Concerning this unique structure, the state premier of New South Wales said: “The […]

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A Leaders Focus

A leader’s life includes all of the things he lives for. We must keep everything in proper perspective, in focus. Leaders must allow their lives to revolve around the Lord Jesus Christ and what He has called them to do as leaders. Yet, with this in mind leaders must also realize that their success as […]

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Watch Out For The Pits (Downloads)

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The Cost Of Servanthood

He wants our love, dreams, will, ambitions, and motives to be nailed to the cross. We do not have to die physically on a cross—He did that for us—but we do have to pay the cost of discipleship. To be a disciple means that our allegiance is to the Master. We operate under His orders […]

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Responsibilities Of Apostolic Leaders

Our success as leaders will depend in part on bringing others alongside us who know the vision, live the vision and will help cast the vision. Moses didn’t have forever on this side of eternity. He had to have a replacement; he had to have help, and God made provision for future leaders at the […]

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Hear Instruction

Jesus supplied the miracle, but Peter had to use his own boat and net. It was his muscles that were used to row out into the deep and let down the net. Most importantly, Peter had to be obedient to God’s Word even if his obeying ran in complete contrast to his past experience or […]

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Anointing

It was an act of great love and respect to pour perfumed oil on the head of a distinguished guest in Jesus’ day on earth. The woman in the gospel manifested her worship and love for the Savior by pouring “precious ointment” on his head. In the East, no entertainment could be perfect without this […]

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The Will of God

The will of God is not arbitrary. Men by nature, ignorantly do things according to the will of God. Man’s desire to worship is the will of God, but the object and method of worship may not be the will of God. The desire to marry, is the will of God. However, the mating of […]

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Persistence

In short, growing a church is hard work! It takes effort, time, patience, and persistence. When we hear reports of great revival and church growth, we should rejoice, but we should not think that there are shortcuts to growth. Instead, we should realize two important truths. By David K. Bernard To View the Entire Article, […]

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Delegation

At times, it is crucial for a leader to remain quiescent and depute authority to others. However, when defeat is evident, it is then that a leader must be willing to take control of the situation at hand and bring everything to repose. Please notice that Jesus did not blame, belittle, or rebuke. He simply […]

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The Leader Who Brings Deliverance

Today, everyone is under intense pressure in and out of the church. Yet, we must understand that simply being in a bad situation or feeling, the presence of a situation that we don’t understand is no excuse for being disobedient. In fact, how we act while under pressure will determine how quickly our victory will […]

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The Best Is Yet To Come

It is possible there were 180 gallons of wine presented to the governor of the feast. This was obviously much more than the guests could ever consume—especially since they had already drunk the wine supplied by the family. This water Jesus turned to wine was the extra. The generosity and abundance of the Lord always […]

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What Happens Inside the Walls

Your wall of separation needs to take in the temple and all the assembly of people who are called by His name surrounding it. In this way spiritual fellowship must and will call you and me to break out of our own little shell and become a part of something larger than those in our […]

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