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Faith for the Fight Pat Robertson Do you ever wonder what purpose conflict can have in life? God may be using it to build your spiritual muscles! When David was a shepherd boy protecting his father’s flock of sheep, he had to fight off lions and bears. Despite the loneliness he must have felt in the distant pastures — far from human help — he knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that God Almighty was with him! The Lord was building courage and faith in this youth. All that preparation paid off when David brought food to his…

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Worship with Your Whole Heart by Joyce Meyer I will cry to God Most High, Who performs on my behalf and rewards me [Who brings to pass His purposes for me and surely completes them]! (Psalm 57:2 Amplified Bible) Great worship leaders know to come into the presence of God with their entire being, prepared to give thanks and praise (see Deuteronomy 10:12). They don’t just roll out of bed, throw water on their face, and run a comb through their hair before church. They know that the anointing comes from a sincere pursuit of loving God with their whole…

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What Is In Your Hands? Simisola Okai In a social media world full of comparison, it is so easy to get lost in what other people are doing, what other people have and you don’t. It may be material possessions like money, a house, or a car; or it could be a relationship, a spouse, or a job you desperately want. The Bible says in Proverbs 18:16, “your gift will make room for you.” Not someone else’s gift. Your gift. What is important to know is that most people post the highlights of their life on Instagram and Facebook, yet…

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5 Ways to Help Children Become Leaders Alli Worthington – Author I want my children to grow up to be leaders. This doesn’t mean that I necessarily wish for them to be CEOs, or heads of state, or be in charge of large groups of people. But that’s not my definition of a leader. A leader is someone who obeys the calling God has for his or her lives, a person who isn’t swayed by popular opinion or the whims of the world. Leaders are not made by their title or position, but by their actions and their heart. A…

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Prayer: What, Why, and How Ken Boa Simply defined, prayer is a dialogue between God and His people. Prayer often involves individual and group needs and concerns; however it’s much more than merely asking and receiving. Prayer is part of a relationship, which means it involves a dialogue, not merely a monologue. While God wants us to talk to Him about our problems, plans, and concerns, there are also times when we should be silent before Him and rest in Him so we can be sensitive and receptive to His desires and direction. Prayerful meditation upon a text of Scripture…

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