Friday Feature

Twelve Foundation Stones: The Pathway to Spiritual Maturity

Posted by on Nov 7, 2013 in Friday Feature, Spiritual Growth | 0 comments

Twelve Foundation Stones: The Pathway to Spiritual Maturity

“We cannot be tolerant of sin. We cannot be reconciled with unrepentant sinners. If you try, by compromise, to be reconciled, you will come under the same spirit of deception and rebellion in which they are walking. Compromise brings confusion, instability, and lack of clarity in knowing God’s will. We live in the time when scriptures say that deception will be so strong and subtle, though blatant, that even the elect will almost be deceived (I Thess. 5; 2 Thess. 2:3; 2 Timothy 3; 4:8). You can keep your heart open to show God’s love and speak His truth to unrepentant...

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Father of Lights

Posted by on Sep 26, 2013 in Friday Feature | 2 comments

Father of Lights

“When I stand up to preach the gospel, I often preach to people who have no idea Who God Is. Because they worship idols – very terrible idols. They spread the table for their gods…and I tell them that the Christian God does it the other way around. He spreads His table for His children.” -from “Father of Lights” Witch doctors, gang leaders, demoniacs, Hindu gurus, and those in need of healing are no match for the sweet whisper of the Holy Spirit when He meets them we’re they’re at. This documentary challenged me so dramatically – and...

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GOOD NEWS!

Posted by on Sep 19, 2013 in Friday Feature, prayer | 0 comments

GOOD NEWS!

Have you heard what’s happening in Honduras? The country plagued by dire poverty and known for having the murder capital of the world (170 for every 100,000 people in its second largest city of San Pedro Sula) is experiencing massive revival! In July of this year, 2,000 U.S. missionaries visited every capital city in Honduras and preached the good news, distributing at the same time literally tons of shoes and meals. The event was entitled “One Nation, One Day” and was organized by Dominic Russo, founder of the nonprofit Missions.Me. It was attended by an estimated half a...

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Our Family in Egypt

Posted by on Sep 12, 2013 in Friday Feature | 0 comments

Our Family in Egypt

Burned orphanages. Businesses looted. Churches and homes destroyed. Citizens beaten and knifed to death in Cairo while the police stood by watching. This has been the kind of week our family in Egypt has faced. As if this weren’t bad enough, the Muslim Brotherhood and its supporters are now forcing Christians in one Egyptian village to pay a jizya tax – “conquered non-Muslims historically had to pay this tax to their Islamic overlords ‘with willing submission and while feeling themselves subdued’ to safeguard their existence, as indicated in Koran 9:29,”...

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Regret in Heaven?

Posted by on Sep 5, 2013 in Friday Feature | 2 comments

Regret in Heaven?

“….before I could prepare myself…the King was there! The procession halted….and I beheld the celestial form of the God-Man who once died for me upon the cross. What a sight that was! Surely it was worth toiling a lifetime to behold. Nearest to the king were the patriarchs and apostles…next, rank after rank, came the holy martyrs who had died for Him.  Then followed the army of warriors who had fought for Him in every part of the world, while around and about, above and below, were myriads and myriads of spirits redeemed from the earth who, although never heard...

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That’s My King!

Posted by on Aug 29, 2013 in Friday Feature, Spiritual Growth | 0 comments

That’s My King!

If you have already seen this clip from S. M. Lockridge, you’ll know why it’s a favorite of mine – the late Pastor Lockridge of Calvary Baptist Church in San Diego testifies beautifully and brilliantly to the attributes of our Savior in a way that just ushers in His presence. Enjoy three-and-a-half minutes of intense worship as you listen and bear witness in your spirit to this...

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Lincoln Tunnel Testimony

Posted by on Aug 22, 2013 in Friday Feature | 0 comments

Lincoln Tunnel Testimony

Last Friday, my husband and I drove up to New York City for a getaway. We had smooth sailing until we were approaching the Lincoln Tunnel into Manhattan. Then, the traffic became horrendous. We were sitting in bumper to bumper traffic, and the ramp to the Lincoln Tunnel is on a curve. We couldn’t see what was holding it up. We’d just passed the Weehawken exit, which is the last exit for New Jersey, and we crawled along in this mess of metal for over 30 minutes. When we got around the curve and could see a little ahead of us to the tunnel, it appeared that a bottleneck of six lanes merging...

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