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"If our sins raised Calvery just imagine what our praise would do." The word says come to him "alway with thanksgiving and praise" for a reason. Real Talk 101


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WHY WE PREACH THE GOOD NEWS Rom 1:16 I'm not ashamed of the Good News. It is God's power to save everyone who believes, Jews first and Greeks as well. Rom 1:17 God's approval is revealed in this Good News. This approval begins and ends with faith as Scripture says, "The person who has God's approval will live by faith." 1. Acts 14:7 The Good News is to be proclaimed continually. 2. Isaiah 52:7 Good News announces deliverance and that God reigns. 3. Proverbs 25:25 The Good News is like cold water to a weary person. 4. Proverbs 15:30 It is health to the body. 5. Acts 8:35 The Good News is about Jesus. 6. Proverbs 15:30 It refreshes the body. 7. Acts 8:35 It is about Jesus. 8. Acts 8:12 It is about the kingdom of God and the name of Jesus. 9. Luke 2:10 It urges everyone to enter the kingdom of God. 10. Mark 13:10 It must be preached to all the nations. 11. Heb 4:2 The Good News must be heard in faith. 12. Acts 10:36 The Good News is about peace. 13. Acts 16:10 God calls us to proclaim the Good News. 14. 2 Cor 2:12 God opens doors for you to proclaim the Good News. 15. Acts 14:15 It makes us turn from worthless things to the living God. 16. Acts 20:24 It is about the grace of God. We are not to be ashamed to preach the Good News, as it is God’s power to save everyone who believes. It also reveals God’s approval of us and knowing that God approves of us, we will live by faith.


Posted on August 10, 2011 at 11:30 AM Comments comments (0)

Jesus Understands What You Are Going Through Hebrews 4:15 15For we do not have a High Priest who cannot sympathize with our weaknesses, but was in all points tempted as we are, yet without sin. Do you sometimes wonder if God really knows what it is like to be poor, rejected by people or sick with aches and pains. Perhaps you are asking, “Does God really understand what I am going through?” My friend, Jesus was no stranger to emotional or physical pains, poverty or hardships. He was born into a poor family. He had a smelly manger for His birthplace. (Luke 2:7) From an early age, as a carpenter, He knew all about working hard with His hands, standing on His feet all day long and returning home with aches in His body. The religious leaders of His day made life difficult for Him. They challenged His authority (Matthew 21:23) and tested His teachings. (Matthew 19:3) They also called Him a glutton, winebibber, friend of tax collectors and sinners (Matthew 11:19), and blasphemer. (Mark 2:7) They said that He was demon-possessed and mad (John 10:20), put Him on the spot when they brought an adulterous woman to Him (John 8:2–11), attempted to stone Him (John 8:59, 10:31–39) and accused Him of perverting the nation. (Luke 23:2) Have you been chased out of your home because of your Christian beliefs? Jesus understands what you are going through. He was chased out of His own hometown. (Luke 4:29) Have you been rejected by someone you love? Jesus also experienced the pain of being denied by a loved one (Luke 22:54–62) and betrayed by one considered close to Him. (Luke 22:47–48) He also knows all about the sickness you are suffering because He bore your sicknesses and pains on the cross. (Isaiah 53:4) Jesus certainly understands all that we are going through because being born fully Man, He was “in all points tempted as we are”. He endured His sufferings for our sakes, so that we can have His peace and the anointing to rise above the troubles we are facing! BY JOSEPH PRINCE


Posted on July 17, 2011 at 10:01 AM Comments comments (0)

Compassion With Action Luke 7:13 13When the Lord saw her, He had compassion on her and said to her, “Do not weep.” My friend, there is no trial, difficulty or challenge we face today that our Lord Jesus cannot identify with. The moment we experience a trial, right there and then, because He “was in all points tempted as we are” (Hebrews 4:15), He feels it too and is able to sympathize with our weaknesses. Jesus’ compassion for you is the same compassion He felt for the widow at Nain when He saw the dead body of her only son being carried out of the city gate to be buried. (Luke 7:11–15) It must have been terrible for her to experience the death of her only son after having already experienced the death of her husband. What a horrible thought to be left all alone in the world with no means of support! When Jesus saw her, He was moved with compassion and said to her, “Do not weep.” Now, some religious leaders might also be moved to approach her, but only to say, “Look sister, something is terribly wrong. Your husband died. Now, your only son has died. You must find out what is wrong. You better ask God what sin you have committed and repent. Or perhaps there is a curse in your life that needs to be broken.” Isn’t it beautiful that Jesus did not extend more confusion or condemnation toward her? He only extended His compassion to her, telling her, “Don’t weep.” This same Jesus will also come to you when you are most distraught and say, “Don’t cry.” And Jesus’ sympathy does not stop at “Oh, you poor thing! I am so sorry about what has happened to you.” No, His sympathy will move Him to give you the miracle you need in your life. That is why He raised the widow’s son back to life! Beloved, rest in the truth that He who is seated at the Father’s right hand today understands what you are going through and sympathizes with your weaknesses. The compassion of Jesus toward you causes Him to breathe life into your dead situation and turn it around for your good! JOSEPH PRINCE I COULD NEVER HAVE SAID IT BETTER. THE LORD SPOKE TO ME ABOUT THE FRIENDS OF JOB. THEY WERE RELIGIOUS AND DID NOT UNDERSTAND GRACE. BUT THE LORD ALSO SAW THAT AND SHOWED JOB GRACE BY HIS MIGHTY WORKS. THEN JOB SAID, THAT HE HEARD ABOUT GOD FROM OTHER PEOPLE....BUT NOW HE (JOB) HAS SEEN GOD. GOD TOLD JOB TO PRAY FOR HIS FRIENDS. DON'T CONFRONT THEM....JUST PRAY FOR THEM, SO THAT THEY ALSO WILL SEE GOD IN HIS MIGHTY AND GLORIOUS GRACE. GOD WILL BLESS YOU MIGHTILY. NOT BECAUSE OF WHAT YOU HAVE DONE. BUT BECAUSE OF HIS GRACE (UNMERITED FAVOR) SHALOM MY DEAR FRIENDS ELMARIE


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