We interrupt our exposition in the gospel of John to bring you this timely message. Every voting child of God needs to hear this before they cast their vote on Nov. 8th.
We are currently experiencing some life issues; please receive this little offering before we return to our study in the gospel of St. John. God bless you and thank you for your patience.
Today we take a break from our expository journey through the Gospel of St. John to visit this message as sort of a follow up to the previous lesson. We pray it helps you in your Christian walk.
This segment seeks to remind us that all of us who are God’s children have a race to run. We have to run it for ourselves; no one can run it for us. For we must all stand before the judgement seat of Christ and give an account of our lives to Him.
This word admonishes us that it is no time for self [anything] when it comes to corporate worship.
This segment encourages us that we don’t have to take our own revenge; that our God will fight our battles. Did He not say that ‘vengeance is mine’? We pray it blesses and strengthens you this day.
In this segment we take a look at the doctrine of the ‘burial’ in the gospel message. Please, take a listen…….
We were blessed to have opportunity to minister this word at the 21st annual Prayer Bowl at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church, in College Station, Texas, where Reverend A.C. Clark, III is Pastor. If you are ever in the area some New Year’s Day; please, stop by and get your fill of prayer, praise, and preaching all day long.
This one blessed me so much I think I will go to iTunes and download it for myself. God bless y’all and Merry Christmas!
This word of exhortation examines our encounters with fellow believers out there that are not cut from the same cloth as we may be. We pray it helps.