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Releasing Easter Blessings Upon Our Lives.


Uttermost Lover, I join my brothers and sisters in agreement, as we prepare to celebrate this greatest season of love that You showed to all of us, by giving Your Only Begotten Son, that He shed His guiltless and spotless Blood for our redemption and for that greatest price He paid on the cross and we pray for open heavens of every divine blessings that You have apportioned for each and everyone of us in this season, we pray in Jesus Name. Amen, Amen and Amen.

Giver Of Grace, Father, we call upon You right now to release a certain great portion of grace upon us, grace that we prepare us, as we go through this season, remembering and mediating on the price a Righteous Man paid for wretched sinners like us on the cross, we pray Thee Holy Spirit, to take us through this season, help us in renewing our minds, thinking less of earthily possessions and focusing more on Heavenly Treasures and may we come out of this season far much better as we have ever been before to the glory of God in Jesus Name. Amen, Amen and Amen.

Power of Resurrection, In Thy Mighty Name of Jesus, we command every thing in our lives that needs to die, for the glory of God to accelearte and for the will of God to be achieved in our lives to the very last in Jesus Name. Amen and we call upon the Power of resurrection, Lord Jesus, come heavily into our lives lie never before and resurrect whatsoever that has been died in the past or the present in our lives, from today may those things continue to live to Your glory, even as we continue to wait and tarry in You until Your return to establish Your Kingdom here on earth, we ask this, receive and claim it over our lives in Jesus Name. Amen, Amen and Amen.

Pouring Out Our Pure Praise To Our God For The Month Of March.


O Lord, Our Father, I join my brothers and sisters in one accord and we have come to give You thanks, we say You are too too much, Your reign is Supreme, You changeth not, Your faithfulness endureth from one generation to another, we exalt You for all that You Alone did for us throughout the month of March, Lord, even though we try, we can never never be able to pay You back for all that You have been doing for us, we plead with You to accept our burnt offering of thanksgiving as we worship in Jesus Name. Amen, Amen and Amen.

Abba Father, the more we keep trying to understand You to the very last, You keep on surprising us that is to say that no creations of Yours, has the ability of knowing You to the very last, we are humbled by the personality of Your Person and we will forever praise, worship, adore, reverence and magnify You Alone as long as we live, we praise in Jesus Name. Amen, Amen and Amen.

God Of All Divine Packages, we bless You Lord, for forgiving us all our sins throughout this month, we praise You for the grace, anointing, wisdom, strength that You Alone endowed us with throughout this month, we praise You in Jesus Name. Amen and we adore You for all the healing, deliverance, victories, blessings, favours, promotions, You have showed us with throughout this month, we magnify You in Jesus Name. Amen and we lift Your Name on High, for been the lifter of our heads throughout this month and we reverence You for causing us to move, walk and live in Your glory throughout this month even as we reverence You in Jesus Name. Amen, Amen and Amen.

 

Number four…


By Pastor Bobby Schuller

“Then God blessed the seventh day and made it holy, because on it he rested from all the work of creating that he had done.”
-Genesis 2:3

One day, my wife put together the Ten Commandments on this big piece of butcher paper. It was huge! She fastened it to the wall opposite our bed so that when I came into our bedroom, it was like whoa, okay! Hi, Moses!

So, we’re sitting in bed, talking at night before we go to bed. We’re praying with one another. Couples who pray together, stay together. Don’t forget that. And we were talking about these Ten Commandments. She’s staring at the scripture. We’re both looking at it. It’s a bit daunting because it’s the law, but she says, “Which one of these Ten Commandments do you think is most often broken?” So, I went through them all, examined them, and you can make a debate for many of them, but I said, “I’m going to go with number four: Honor the Sabbath and keep it holy.”

Now that is something that has been forgotten, not as much in Judaism, of course, but in large part, it has been forgotten in Christianity, this idea that God calls us to have a holy, tranquil, sweet rest on the Sabbath. There is this idea that we’re supposed to cease, to yield, to quit, to stop every once in awhile. There’s something about that which is built into our very nature.

Prayer: Dear Lord, my soul calls out for rest. Amidst the busyness of life, I need time with you that is quiet and time with my loved ones that is not rushed. Thank you for the gift of the Sabbath. Amen.

Reflection: How do you normally spend the Sabbath day?

That name…


By Pastor Bobby Schuller

“Jesus answered, ‘I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me.’”
-John 14:6

Jesus – that name causes each one of us to make a choice.

Those who followed Jesus when he was on earth seemed to go in one of two directions. Either they always wanted to worship him and follow him and be with him and hang on his every word, or somehow it went the other way where they wanted to plot against him and crucify him and see him dead.

The one word that was always used for Jesus was “wonder.” No one could be neutral with Jesus, and so it is so today. No one can be neutral with Jesus. There is no middle road with him. There is no lukewarm. There’s yes or no. There’s either/or. There’s the narrow and difficult road or the wide and easy road – one that leads to life, and one that leads to death. There is no middle ground.

Jesus demands everything or nothing. His name has power and every time his name is mentioned, whether you know it or not, your soul is reminded of a choice you have yet to make: Will I do what he says? Or will I do what I say?

Prayer: Dear Lord, I want to do what you say, but my own thoughts so often drown out your words of love and encouragement. I want to do the next right thing. Draw me close. Show me the way. Amen.

Reflection: What is your first response when you hear the name “Jesus”?

The Approval Process: Act Out.


Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ.
Galatians 6:2

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Last October two puppies, brothers Jeffrey and Jermaine, were found wandering the streets of Philadelphia. Though both dogs were frightened and sick, Jeffrey had the greater challenge — he was blind. Determined to care for his brother, Jermaine literally became a guide dog. He constantly stayed within touching distance of his disabled brother, and Jeffrey leaned on Jermaine for support. Without any training, Jermaine became a guide dog. The puppies were always seen touching each other and even slept holding each other. Their story melted the hearts of Philadelphians, and the brothers had no trouble finding a home.

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If animals can be that devoted to each other, shouldn’t we be the same? Galatians 6 tells us, as we have opportunity, to bear the burdens of others, especially to those who are of the household of faith. We can affirm, appreciate, and approve of others by the way we treat them. We can bear their burdens. Love is worthless unless it acts out, unless it’s expressed in deed and behavior.

That’s not just puppy love; it’s agape love.

Love is seen in what it does.
Gladys Aylward

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1 Samuel 1-7

By David Jeremiah.

Angelic Escort.


Behold, I send an Angel before you to keep you in the way and to bring you into the place which I have prepared.
Exodus 23:20

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Throughout the Bible, angels seem to have an active role in ushering God’s children to heaven. In his book, Somewhere Angels, Larry Libby writes: “No one likes to go on trips all alone. Now, some fine day you will and I will see heaven for the very first time …. and that home will be so very much better than Disneyland, and sunsets, and mountain lakes, and snowy canyons that I can’t even tell you how much. And I don’t think God means for us to be alone when we travel to that new home …. The angel gets to be there when you see the shining beauty of your forever home for the very first time; when your eyes fly open and your mouth drops open, and the tears of happiness rush to your eyes, and you say, ‘Oh, my goodness! It’s more beautiful than I could ever have dreamed!’ And the angel gets to be there and share in it all!”1

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We can’t fully visualize the wonder of that moment, but what a comfort to know we’ll not be alone as we travel from earth to heaven! No Christian is abandoned at the moment of death. The angels are the ushers, and our passage to heaven is under their escort.

When it comes to leaving earth for heaven, there’s nothing to worry about. God wants you home so much that He’ll send His own angel to meet you. And don’t be surprised if the angel is wearing a big smile.
Larry Libby

1 Larry Libby,  Somewhere Angels  (Sisters, OR: Multnomah Publishers, 1994), n.p.

Read-Thru-the-Bible
Ruth 1-4

By David Jeremiah.

Praying For Grace Of Preparation In Our Seasons Of Spiritual Growth.


Faithful God, I join my brothers and sisters in one accord, we call upon Thee to draw us into an intimate relationships with You, so that we may be fully empowered to draw others unto You and we want to bring Your deliverance to broken people and we desire to prevail in spiritual warfare as others learn to turn their hearts and lives over to You, this we ask through Jesus Christ, Our Lord. Amen, Amen and Amen.

God of Divine Exchange, Lord Jesus, we exchange everything we are and have for all of You, we exchange our bondages for Your freedom and we thank You from the bottom of our hearts, for the grace of exchanging our sins for Your righteousness, we exalt and praise You for Your mercies towards us even as we worship in Jesus Name. Amen, Amen and Amen.

Gracious Father, when ever we feel as though we are merely marking time instead of marching into victories, we call upon Your Spirit, to help us to understand that You are placing us in season of spiritual growth and preparation for what lies ahead and with Your grace fully active in our lives, we shall continue to wait, live and walk in Your will for our lives to Your glory, we pray in Thy Mighty Name of Jesus. Amen, Amen and Amen.

O Lord, Our God, we trust You, not our feelings, thoughts, or circumstances, we refuse to believe the lies of the enemies but rather we grab the extraordinary grace availed to us to make this season, our seasons to spoil the enemies works, as we possess our spiritual promised lands of blessings and abundance, we ask this, and claim it over our lives in Jesus Victorious Name, we pray. Amen, Amen and Amen.

 

 

 

Storm shelter…


By Pastor Bobby Schuller

“Whoever dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, ‘He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.’”
-Psalm 91:1

I spent six years living in Oklahoma in a little town called Broken Arrow just outside of Tulsa, and it has some of the worst weather around. Even on beautiful days, it’s usually windy. And because of this, Oklahomans are always ready for weather. They’re always interested in the weather. They’re always thinking about weather.

If you go to a Starbucks in Tulsa, for example, you will see people on their laptops looking at the weather forecasts for their towns. They’re thinking, “That’s interesting. Let’s see what kind of weather is going on in Michigan. Oh, that’s interesting.” People in Oklahoma are obsessed with the weather.

The reason I say this is that because, even though people in Oklahoma are obsessed about the weather, they’re always prepared for it. They have shelters. They have well built homes. They’re ready for the wind. They are never going to leave something expensive outside and allow it to be demolished by something as trivial as the weather. That would never happen in Oklahoma. Anything worth keeping outdoors is always stored in the shed where it belongs.

Jesus encourages us to be Oklahomans, to be ready for anything. If we follow Jesus, if we cleave to him and to his teachings, he will be our shelter no matter what comes our way.

Prayer: Dear Lord, thank you for being my companion in good times and bad. Thank you for sheltering me in the storms of life. With you by my side, I need never be afraid. Amen.

Reflection: In what way has Jesus sheltered you during times of trouble?

There is no name…


By Pastor Bobby Schuller

“Therefore God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.”
-Philippians 2:9-11

Jim Gaffigan, a standup comedian, is in a nightclub and everybody is drinking and having a good time. He says, “I like everyone to feel comfortable. That’s why I’m going to talk to you about Jesus.” Right? There’s something about Jesus.

Talking about Jesus is very similar to talking about sex. It really is. Think about it just for a moment with me. When you talk about sex, there is no neutral language. Either it’s a language of intimacy, love, and romance that stirs the heart. Or, it’s vulgar, offensive, funny. Or, it’s technical like scientific, medical language that sterilizes the topic and keeps it far away from our emotions.

We do that same thing with Jesus. We talk about Jesus as either as one who is deeply intimate and heart moving. Or, his name is used in a vulgar way, to curse or to swear. Or, we use some kind of technical, theological language to hold Jesus at a distance. That’s because Jesus stirs the heart, the emotions, the will, the mind. His very name has spiritual power and that’s why it cannot be mentioned in a neutral way.

To say “Jesus” anywhere moves everything. Millions of people have spent trillions of hours writing and making art and worshipping and lifting up this name. There is no name like Jesus.

Prayer: Dear Jesus, there is no name like your name. I call on your name and you fill my heart, you calm my fears, you show me the way. Amen.

Reflection: When have you called on the name “Jesus”?

Nothing to Fear.


And the angels who did not keep their proper domain, but left their own abode, He has reserved in everlasting chains under darkness for the judgment of the great day.
Jude 1:6

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It has been said, “Everything in the Bible is true, but not all truth is in the Bible.” The Bible is not an encyclopedia containing all known truth. It is the record of the revelation of God — the story of redemption. It provides all we need to know about some subjects, like how to be reconciled to God. But it doesn’t tell all we’d like to know — and someday will know — about other subjects. Jude 1:6 is an example of the tip of a theological iceberg that begs for a fuller revelation.

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We would like to know more about Satan’s rebellion in which many angels participated. We would like to know more about how and where those angels are being kept in “chains under darkness” until the final judgment. And we would like to know the differences between these incarcerated angels and the demons that apparently are free to roam the earth.

When we find hints in Scripture about subjects not fully revealed, we are reminded that God keeps Satan and fallen angels on a short leash, that evil will one day be punished, and those who are secure in Christ have nothing to fear (Romans 8:35-39).

I more fear what is within me than what comes from without.
Martin Luther

Read-Thru-the-Bible
Judges 20-21

By David Jeremiah.

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