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Think on these things: Humility

In sickness, there is ‪‎humility‬. Get it, taste it, eat of it, drink it down and learn to become it. Humility is a prize and a gift.

via Poetess Denise Fyffe.

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Think on these things: It is the Holy Spirit's responsibility as our guide to convict us

“When He comes, He will convict the world of guilt in regard to sin and righteousness and judgment.” John 16:8

I had recently come back from a mountaintop experience. 334 more words

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Wolves in sheep clothing - pretending in Church

It is time that we stop parading in the church as saints, when we know that we are not. God is not deceived and a time will come again, when men will be struck down in church for their audacity. 167 more words

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Think on these things : How does God speak to us?

God speaks to and through us more times in a day than we realise.

God Almighty, like any parent is interested in what His children are doing. 117 more words

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Think on these things: Redeeming the Time

“Philip, however, appeared at Azotus and traveled about, preaching the gospel in all the towns until he reached Caesarea.” Acts 8:40

Many times I’ve heard a man or woman say they cannot participate in an event, a service, or activity for God because of the time it will take away from their job. 488 more words

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Think on these things : Purpose of the church

Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God…” (1Jn 4:7).

This world is a cold place, and the church must be a place where people can “escape the cold.” The church must be a place where people are loved, where one’s concerns and fears can be expressed, and where one doesn’t have to pretend to be something he isn’t. 31 more words

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Isaac was a day dreamer, Jacob was a cheater, Peter had a temper and denied Christ, David had an affair and tried to cover it up with murder, Noah got drunk.

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Denise N. Fyffe, Writer reblogged this on Revealing The Christian Life and commented:

God doesn’t call the qualified, He qualifies the called! I picked this up from a friend’s Facebook status. I don’t know if it is his original stuff, but it sure got my attention. Never say to yourself, “God can never use me.” God is not looking for the qualified, he’s looking for people who would just avail themselves to him. When Jesus called the 12, most of them were not even educated. Yet, Jesus equipped them and they turned the world upside down.