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Finding God's people by telling them the gospel (good news) of what Jesus did so we could enjoy the same relationship with the Father that He does.

We want to connect with others who have a desire to represent the Father as Ambassadors of the Gospel and live like sons of the House of God. We are also looking for those who want to come up higher in the call of God for their life.

Mission: Help people discover the reason the Creator created them. To help them answer the question: WHY AM I HERE?? To help them discover how to be among the Happiest People on Earth!!

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[11/19/20]   One of the most powerful spiritual weapons that have been given to God’s people is peace. We may think that peace is not a weapon, but it is such a weapon. Paul did not write that it was the Lord of hosts, or the Lord of armies, who would rush the enemy, but that “the God of peace will soon crush Satan under your feet” (Romans 16:20)...

[10/25/20]   Ray Comfort
We often delight in sifting gnats, making issues out of things that aren't important. If someone becomes a Christian, some in the Church seem intent on shaping him to be conformed to their own image, rather than the image of Christ. They feel that he should dress, look, believe, speak, eat, and breathe just as they do.
When someone comes to the Lord, he may not look as we think he should. His hair may be long, his clothes may be radical, he may have an earring in his ear, but if these things are wrong God will speak in his ear. In the meantime, He may be ministering to him about the need to return stolen goods, or about seeking forgiveness from those he has wronged in the past. Those are the things that matter to God..

[10/08/20]   "If God sends us strong paths, we are provided strong shoes."
-Corrie ten Boom

"GOD, the Lord, is my strength; He makes my feet like the deer’s; He makes me tread on my high places…"
-Habakkuk 3:19

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[10/07/20]   Ray Comfort
Have you ever wondered why Jesus wept at Lazarus’ funeral (see John 11:35)? In one sense, this verse is a mystery because Jesus knew what He was about to do. He was about to give Mary and Martha the greatest gift, outside of salvation, that they could ever hope for. Yet, He wept.
The prophets tell us that the Messiah would be a “man of sorrows, and acquainted with grief” (Isaiah 53:3). He was moved with compassion for the multitudes, wept over Jerusalem, and knew what it was to “weep with those who weep.” Even though we have heaven before us, it pains the Head of the Body when the foot hurts. Jesus is a High Priest who is “touched with the feeling of our infirmities” (Hebrews 4:15)...

[09/30/20]   When Jesus restored Peter He did not say, "OK, you are forgiven. Forget the past. Just get on with your work." He said, "Peter, do you love me?" (see John 21:15,16,17). Peter's love for Christ was the first and the last question. Really it is the only question. He won't ask us how many souls we have won. He will only measure us by our love. His words are still "Do you love me?" Do we? REINHARD BONNKE .......

[09/25/20]   Don’t put your confidence in powerful people;
there is no help for you there. When they breathe their last, they return to the earth,
and all their plans die with them. But joyful are those who have the God of Israel as their helper,
whose hope is in the LORD their God. http://bible.us/Ps146.3.NLT

[09/23/20]   Living Waters / The Way of the Master

The modern message of the gospel is “God loves you and has a wonderful plan for your life.” However, our idea of “wonderful” and the world’s may be a little different. Take a sinner through the pages of the Book of Acts and show him the terrifying scene of boulders breaking the bones of Stephen. Then smile and whisper, “Wonderful...” Listen together to the sound of a cat-o’-nine-tails as it rips the flesh off the back of the apostle Paul. Follow together the word “suffering” through the Epistles, and see if you can get the world to whisper, “Wonderful!” After such a ride down Honesty Road, they may think the pleasures of sin are a little more attractive than the call to “suffer affliction with the people of God.” John MacArthur said, “We need to adjust our presentation of the gospel. We cannot dismiss the fact that God hates sin and punishes sinners with eternal torment. How can we begin a gospel presentation by telling people on their way to hell that God has a wonderful plan for their lives?” Who in the world is going to listen if we are so blatantly honest about the Christian life? Perhaps not as many as are attracted by the talk of a wonderful plan. However, the answer to our dilemma is to make the issue one of righteousness, rather than happiness. This is what Jesus did. He used the Ten Commandments to show sinners the righteous standard of God (Luke 10:25,26; 18:18–20). Once the world sees the perfect standard by which they will be judged, they will begin to fear God, and through the fear of the Lord, men depart from sin (Proverbs 16:6). They will begin to hunger and thirst after the righteousness that is in Jesus Christ alone. If you study the New Testament you will see that God’s love is almost always given in direct correlation to the cross: herein is love, for God so loved, God commended His love, etc. (See John 3:16; Romans 5:5,6,8; Galatians 2:20; Ephesians 2:4,5; 5:2,25; 1 John 3:16; 4:10; and Revelation 1:5, among others.) The cross is the focal point of God’s love for the world. How can we point to the cross without making reference to sin? How can we refer to sin without the Law (Romans 7:7)? The biblical way to express God’s love to a sinner is to show him how great his sin is (using the Law—see Romans 7:13; Galatians 3:24), and then give him the incredible grace of God in Christ. This was the key to reaching so many on the Day of Pentecost. They were “devout” Jews who knew the Law and its holy demands, and therefore readily accepted the mercy of God in Christ to escape its fearful wrath. When you use the Law to show the world their true state, get ready for sinners to thank you. For the first time in their lives, they will see the Christian message as an expression of love and concern for their eternal welfare, rather than of merely proselytizing for a better lifestyle while on this earth.Ray Comfort
From, "The Evidence Bible"

Salvation is an inside job and we are dependent upon God to do an internal heart-changing work in those for whom we are burdened…What are some things we can pray for them?

We can pray for God to send conviction, that they will sense the urgency of their need. At Pentecost, Peter’s sermon was interrupted by his listeners, “Now when they heard this, they were cut to the heart, and said to Peter and the rest of the apostles, ‘Men and brethren, what shall we do?’” (Acts 2:37). Conviction is when God calls us to account and shows us our fault.

We can ask God to send enlightenment. Paul was commissioned by God to go to the Gentiles, “To open their eyes, in order to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan to God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins and an inheritance among those who are sanctified by faith in Me” (Acts 26:18).

We can pray that God would call and draw, attracting them to Christ. While we, in our natural condition, are turned off by God, He has a way of engineering circumstances that cause us to be drawn to Him. “He called you by our gospel, for the obtaining of the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ” (2 Thess. 2:14). Jesus said, “No one can come to Me unless the Father who sent Me draws him; and I will raise him up at the last day” (John 6:44).

We can ask God to destroy mental strongholds, to remove the barriers between them and Christ. Being a lost person is hard work. God gives witness to Himself in powerful ways. And the person who doesn’t want to turn to Christ has to defend himself against the guilt and feelings of foolishness for rejecting Him. So they build defensive walls to keep those feelings out—and to keep God from “meddling” in their lives. Some of these wall are made of intellectual rationalizations, some of the memories of bad experiences at church or with people who professed to be Christians. Some walls are made with the bricks of procrastination. But all the walls are a hardened bunker to keep God away. Prayer, however, can penetrate these walls: “The weapons with which we fight are not human weapons, but are mighty for God in overthrowing strong fortresses. For we overthrow arrogant ‘reckonings,’ and every stronghold that towers high in defiance of the knowledge of God, and we carry off every thought as if into slavery—into subjection to Christ” (2 Cor. 10:4,5, Weymouth). By Derek Gentle

Jonah 2:7 “When my soul fainted within me, I remembered the Lord; And my prayer went up to You, Into Your holy temple.

[09/21/20]   www.livingwaters.com

“[An atheist] wants to be handed some proof and it just doesn't work that way. We are saved by grace of God through our faith in Him and His grace. Then and only then do we receive the proof in our hearts as well as our heads.” Glenda Durell

We know that the Creator exists in the same way that we know that a building has a builder. No building ever built itself. That’s plain common sense. The painting is also proof of a painter, because paintings don’t paint themselves. More common sense.

So every person knows that God exists because of creation (Nature). Creation could not have made itself. That’s plain common sense:

“For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse…” ( Romans 1:20).

We are saved by grace though faith, and the “faith” spoken of, isn’t an acknowledgement that God exists. We already intuitively know that. It’s a "trust" in His promises.

Pic. Honoré Daumier (1808–1879)

[09/10/20]   Those who are immune to the praise of man are also immune to the criticism of man. (John 5,44) REINHARD BONNKE......

[08/16/20]   Until we reach for the impossible through fervent, faith-filled prayer, we will never fulfill our created purpose! David Smithers

KJV James 5:16 Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.

NKJ James 5:16 Confess your trespasses to one another, and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The effective, fervent prayer of a righteous man avails much. (*1)

NIV James 5:16 Therefore confess your sins to each other and pray for each other so that you may be healed. The prayer of a righteous man is powerful and effective. (*2)

AMP James 5:16 Confess to one another therefore your faults (your slips, your false steps, your offenses, your sins) and pray [also] for one another, that you may be healed {and} restored [to a spiritual tone of mind and heart]. The earnest (heartfelt, continued) prayer of a righteous man makes tremendous power available [dynamic in its working]. (*3)

YLT James 5:16 Be confessing to one another the trespasses, and be praying for one another, that ye may be healed; very strong is a working supplication of a righteous man; (*4)

(Pray out loud)
Praying James 5:16
Father of Lord Jesus, I pray that You would empower me to confess my faults, my false steps, my offenses and my sins to others; so that my prayers would not be hindered, because very strong, is a working supplication of a righteous man (woman). Amen...Echo ministries

[08/13/20]   “And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. For everyone practicing evil hates the light and does not come to the light, lest his deeds should be exposed.” John 3:19-20
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[08/09/20]   In Luke 15, 19 the Prodigal Son pleaded with his father “make me one of your hired servants…” That is the only request the father rejected. He had many servants, but only two sons. The father wanted his son back. The difference between a Servant and Son is this: both work hard and for long hours, from morning till night. Only at night the dissimilarity shows up. The servant goes and asks for his pay – the son does not. Why not the son? Because the son knows something the servant doesn’t. He knows that the day will come, when all that belongs to his father will belong to him. “All that I have is yours…” (31) Do we serve Jesus Christ just as a servant - for instant reward, recognition and a constant pat on the shoulder? Or are we sons who know that an incorruptible and undefiled inheritance that does not fade away is reserved in heaven for us? (1Peter 1, 3-5). Let us not be man-pleasers but God-pleasers. God bless you today. REINHARD BONNKE..

[08/09/20]   Ray Comfort
Today’s Promise from the Word of God:

“Do not fret because of evildoers, nor be envious of the workers of iniquity.
For they shall soon be cut down like the grass, and wither as the green herb.
Trust in the Lord, and do good; dwell in the land, and feed on His faithfulness.
Delight yourself also in the Lord, and He shall give you the desires of your heart.” (Psalm 37:1-4)..

[08/04/20]   Ray Comfort
How to Get Light
After I commented "God knows those that love Him," an atheist replied: "Thanks, Ray, that's a relief, because sometimes it sure seems complicated."
The whole issue is going to seem a mess until each of us experience genuine conversion. When the Apostle Paul wrote to the Christians at Ephesus, he said, "This I say, therefore, and testify in the Lord, that you should no longer walk as the rest of the Gentiles walk, in the futility of their mind, having their understanding darkened, being alienated from the life of God, because of the ignorance that is in them, because of the blindness of their heart; who, being past feeling, have given themselves over to lewdness, to work all uncleanness with greediness" (Ephesians 4:17-18). Until we come to Christ our understanding is darkened, we are ignorant, blind, and given to the pleasures of sin, held captive to unlawful passions. With this thought in mind, read this verse from John 8:31-32 through three or four times: "Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If you continue in my word, then are you my disciples indeed; And you shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free.”

[08/02/20]   There are only two kinds of persons: those dead in sin and those dead to sin. Leonard Ravenhill

KJV Romans 8:10 And if Christ be in you, the body is dead because of sin; but the Spirit is life because of rightousness.

NKJ Romans 8:10 And if Christ is in you, the body is dead because of sin, but the Spirit is life because of righteousness. (*1)

NIV Romans 8:10 But if Christ is in you, your body is dead because of sin, yet your spirit is alive because of righteousness. (*2)

AMP Romans 8:10 But if Christ lives in you, [then although] your [natural] body is dead by reason of sin {and} guilt, the spirit is alive because of [the] righteousness [that He imputes to you]. (*3)..

[07/31/20]   How to Tune up Your Christian Walk
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[Adapted from The Deeper Christian Life by Andrew Murray, one of the many free classic books available in our online library.]

1. The first and chief need of our Christian life is, Fellowship with God.

The Divine life within us comes from God, and is entirely dependent upon Him. As I need every moment afresh the air to breathe, as the sun every moment afresh sends down its light, so it is only in direct living communication with God that my soul can be strong. The manna of one day was corrupt when the next day came. I must every day have fresh grace from heaven, and I obtain it only in direct waiting upon God Himself. Begin each day by tarrying before God, and letting Him touch you. Take time to meet God.

2. To this end, let your first act in your devotions be a setting yourself still before God. In prayer, or worship, everything depends upon faith and adoration, speaking thus within my heart: “God is. God is near. God is love, longing to communicate Himself to me. God the Almighty One, Who works all in all, is even now waiting to work in me, and make Himself known.” Take time, till you know God is very near.

3. When you have given God His place of honor, glory, and power, take your place of deepest lowliness, and seek to be filled with the Spirit of humility. As a creation it is your blessedness to be nothing, that God may be all in you. As a sinner you are not worthy to look up to God; bow in self-abasement. As a saint, let God’s love overwhelm you, and bow you still lower down. Sink down before Him in humility, meekness, patience, and surrender to His goodness and mercy. He will exalt you. Oh! take time, to get very low before God.

4. Then accept and value your place in Christ Jesus. God delights in nothing but His beloved Son, and can be satisfied with nothing else in those who draw near to Him. Enter deep into God’s holy presence in the boldness which the blood gives, and in the assurance that in Christ you are most pleasing. In Christ you are within the veil. You have access into the very heart and love of the Father. This is the great object of fellowship with God, that I may have more of God in my life, and that God may see Christ formed in me. Be silent before God and let Him bless you.

5. This Christ is a living Person. He loves you with a personal love, and He looks every day for the personal response of your love. Look into His face with trust, until His love really shines into your heart. Make His heart glad by telling Him that you do love Him. He offers Himself to you as a personal Savior and Keeper from the power of sin. Do not ask, can I be kept from sinning, if I keep close to Him? but ask, can I be kept from sinning, if He always keeps close to me? and you see at once how safe it is to trust Him.

6. We have not only Christ’s life in us as a power, and His presence with us as a person, but we have His likeness to be wrought into us. He is to be formed in us, so that His form or figure, His likeness, can be seen in us. Bow before God until you get some sense of the greatness and blessedness of the work to be carried on by God in you this day. Say to God, “Father, here am I for You to give as much in me of Christ’s likeness as I can receive.” And wait to hear Him say, “My child, I give you as much of Christ as your heart is open to receive.” The God who revealed Jesus in the flesh and perfected Him, will reveal Him in you and perfect you in Him. The Father loves the Son, and delights to work out His image and likeness in you. Count upon it that this blessed work will be done in you as you wait on your God, and boldest fellowship with Him.

7. The likeness to Christ consists chiefly in two things: the likeness of His death and resurrection (Romans 6:5). The death of Christ was the consummation of His humility and obedience, the entire giving up of His life to God. In Him we are dead to sin. As we sink down in humility and dependence and entire surrender to God, the power of His death works in us, and we are made comformable to His death. And so we know Him in the power of His resurrection, in the victory over sin, and all the joy and power of the risen life. Therefore, every morning, “present yourselves unto God as those that are alive from the dead.” He will maintain the life He gave, and bestow the grace to live as risen ones.

8. All this can only be in the power of the Holy Spirit, who dwells in you. Count upon Him to glorify Christ in you. Count upon Christ to increase in you the inflowing of His Spirit. As you wait before God to realize His presence, remember that the Spirit is in you to reveal the things of God. Seek in God’s presence to have the anointing of the Spirit of Christ so truly that your whole life may every moment be spiritual.

9. As you meditate on this wondrous salvation and seek full fellowship with the great and holy God, and wait on Him to reveal Christ in you, you will feel how needful the giving up of all is to receive Him. Seek grace to know what it means to live as wholly for God as Christ did. Only the Holy Spirit Himself can teach you what an entire yielding of the whole life to God can mean. Wait on God to show you in this what you do not know. Let every approach to God, and every request for fellowship with Him be accompanied by a new, very definite, and entire surrender to Him to work in you.

10. “By faith” must here, as through all Scripture, and all the spiritual life, be the keynote. As you wait before God, let it be in a deep quiet faith in Him, the Invisible One, who is so near, so holy, so mighty, so loving. In a deep, restful faith, too, that all the blessings and powers of the heavenly life are around you, and in you. Just yield yourself in the faith of a perfect trust to the Ever Blessed Holy Trinity, to work out all God’s purpose in you. Begin each day thus in fellowship with God, and God will be all in all to you.

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