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Month: September 2019

The Sea of Forgiveness by Tammy Lang Jensen

The Sea of Forgiveness by Tammy Lang Jensen

The oil is literally dripping from your fingertips. You are trying to give birth to your purpose.

Whatever creative thing I show you to do, just surrender to it.

Let the waves of glory envelop you. Let the sea of forgiveness carry you away. I will stand on the mountain with you, and show you which land to take. Victory is mine, saith the Lord, victory is mine…

I have encapsulated territories, and set them aside for My purpose. For the Lord Almighty has purposed, and who can thwart him? His hand is stretched out, and who can turn it back? (Isaiah 14:27). So we say Lord, I know that you can do anything, and no one can stop you (Job 42:2). The purpose of the Lord will prevail. All of Heaven is watching, and stands quietly in anticipation – Selah…..

I see a vision of Jesus, a rainbow arcs to his head. His hands are outstretched and light emanates from them. He is beckoning you to come to him. He is asking you to go further, deeper and wider than you have ever gone before. He is calling you into the inner chamber, where the ark resides. Ancient hidden wisdom and knowledge, authority, power and might….

Because you have searched for only Me, and not for power for your own gain. You will walk in revelatory knowledge.
I wait for you, come into the glory realm with Me….

-Priest of the Ark of the Covenant-

Tammy Lang Jensen


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How Can We Be Thankful in All Circumstances? by Rick Warren

How Can We Be Thankful in All Circumstances? by Rick Warren

“Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus” (1 Thessalonians 5:18 NIV).

In both the U.S. and Canada, we celebrate a day of thanksgiving once a year. But God wants us to be intentional about our thankfulness every day. He wants us to develop this spiritual habit, one that is reflected in the life of a radical believer. The more deeply you understand God’s love, the more grateful you’re going to be.
So, what does it mean to be radically grateful?

The Bible says in 1 Thessalonians 5:18, “Give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus” (NIV). That’s radical gratitude. In every circumstance give thanks, because it’s God’s will for your life.

You can thank God in every circumstance because God is in control. He can bring good out of evil. He can turn around the worst mistakes you’ve made. No matter what happens, God isn’t going to stop loving you. You can find a hundred things to be thankful for in any circumstance, even when the circumstance stinks.

Radical gratitude—being thankful in all circumstances—is God’s will because it creates fellowship.

What do I mean by that? Gratitude always builds deeper relationships between you and other people and between you and God.

If you want to get closer to someone, start expressing gratitude to that person. If you’re feeling distant from your spouse, you need to start doing what you did when you were dating: Express gratitude. Write little notes of kindness and encouragement. Make calls or text during the day, just to tell your spouse that you’re thankful. The reason you’ve lost that lovin’ feeling is because you stopped doing the things that created that lovin’ feeling early on, and you take each other for granted.

Do you want to build your small group? Don’t just go to your gathering. During the week, text or email or call or write the people in your group. Say, “I’m grateful for you, and here’s why.” You’ll find that the more grateful you are for your group, the more your group will bond.

The Bible tells us to “encourage one another and build each other up” (1 Thessalonians 5:11 NIV). As you build others up, you’ll find that God also builds into your life through your deep relationships with him and others.

PLAY today’s audio teaching from Pastor Rick
Talk It Over

How can you encourage or connect with a specific person this week?
What are some simple, specific ways you can express your gratitude to your spouse, a friend, or small group members?
As you develop an attitude of gratitude, what changes do you think you will see in yourself and your relationships?


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Activate Strength by Joel Osteen

Activate Strength by Joel Osteen

But as for me, I am filled with power, with the Spirit of the Lord, and with justice and might…
Micah 3:8, NIV

TODAY’S WORD:

The prophet Micah knew how to encourage himself in the Lord. He understood how to draw courage and purpose into his life. He realized the power in His words and knew that speaking the truth was the most effective way to prepare him to accomplish all God has in store. Did you know that we activate the blessing of God’s favor by speaking it over our own lives? Romans 10:9-10 tells us that salvation comes when we believe and then declare what we believe.

God’s truth is established when we believe and declare it (Job 22:28). When we declare God’s Word, we invite Him to do what He alone can do in our lives. Your tasks today may not be anything like Micah’s, but we all need God’s help. Activate His strength by declaring that His power is at work by His Spirit in your life. Declare that you are filled with justice and strength as you face the challenges before you because in His strength, you can experience victory in every area of your life.

PRAYER FOR TODAY:

Father in heaven, I invite You to flood every area of my being. Fill me with Your strength, peace, and joy. I declare that I am strong in You. I am filled with Your power. I walk in Your favor. In Jesus’ Name. Amen.


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Give Your Soul a Break by Joyce Meyer

Give Your Soul a Break by Joyce Meyer

Yes, my soul, find rest, in God; my hope comes from him.


— Psalm 62:5 NIV

When you take a vacation, do you give your soul a break, just as you give your body some rest, recreation, and refreshment?

Your soul is comprised of your mind, will, and emotions, and it is a very important part of your entire being. You are a spiritual being, and you live in a physical body. But if you don’t understand your soul’s needs, you will not be a whole, healthy individual.

When we are weary, exhausted in strength, endurance, and vigor, we need help. We need to be refreshed not only physically, but mentally and emotionally as well. Being weary is not something to be ashamed of; it’s simply a sign that we need a break.

You can take a vacation thinking you need a physical rest, but if you don’t let your soul rest at the same time, you will return home just as exhausted as you were when you left. Lying on the beach worrying does not equal a day of vacation. If you take a day off and spend it trying to deal with personal problems, traffic, high prices, and rude people—you’d have been better off at work!

Learning to let our souls rest is vitally important. Jesus said in Matthew 11:28–30 that if we are overburdened, weary, and worn out, we should spend time with Him and see how He handled life. He promises to give us rest. The Amplified Bible’s translation of these verses indicates that the type of rest He is talking about is refreshment, renewal and blessed quiet for our souls. Jesus is really offering us a vacation for our souls, our inner lives.

Prayer Starter: Father, I take this moment to offer You all of my stress, worries, and cares. Please refresh my mind and emotions. Help me to run to You when I am weary and worn out from life. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.


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Our Habitation of Peace by Dr. Charles Stanley

Our Habitation of Peace by Dr. Charles Stanley

Psalm 120:1-7


Have you ever cried out like the psalmist, asking God for deliverance from those with lying lips? Sometimes it seems that our world is being swallowed up by deception.

One of the results of being bombarded with lies is anxiety. No matter how deep and well-founded our peace is, there are duplicitous people who might unravel it. If we believe every news commentary, we may lose hope to the point of despair. If we become victims of slanderous gossip, we could become suspicious. Every day we must decide how to handle the deception around us and choose whether we will allow ourselves to be motivated by fear.

Psalm 120 is the first of the Songs of Ascents, which the Israelites sang on their way to Jerusalem for the annual feasts. The psalmist says his dwelling place outside of Israel is with those who live by deceit and discord. In his words we sense a longing for Jerusalem, a city whose name derives from shalom, or “peace.”

And this is our refuge as well—not the physical location, but the habitation of peace that awaits us when we go to the Scriptures to gain God’s perspective. That’s where we learn to discern truth from error and discover Christ’s peace, which transcends every circumstance. It’s also where we find the courage to stand up for truth and oppose moral compromise.

The psalmist bemoans his situation by saying, “Too long has my soul had its dwelling with those who hate peace” (Psalm 120:6). If you relate to feeling wearied by the world, find rest by inhabiting the peace found in God’s Word.

Bible in One Year: Zechariah 1-5


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The Year of Jubilee by John Hagee

The Year of Jubilee by John Hagee

Leviticus 25:9-10
Then you shall cause the trumpet of the Jubilee to sound… and proclaim liberty throughout all the land to all its inhabitants. It shall be a Jubilee for you…

For six days, the Israelites walked around Jericho in silence. On day seven, it was time to shout!

When the horn blew, God instructed them to raise a mighty shout. They heard shofars all the time – summoning them to the temple or rousing them to battle, but this horn was different.

Every fifty years, this horn blasted in the Year of Jubilee. Every debt was erased for every Israelite. Possessions were returned, and land reverted to its original owner. Joyful freedom – a chance to start over!

Their battle shout was the sound of restoration. Righteousness had returned to the Promised Land. Yesterday’s slaves were converted into soldiers in the army of God. No longer Pharaoh’s steppingstones or wanderers in the wilderness!

Our shout of restoration came at Calvary. The moment that every Scripture was fulfilled and every debt was paid. When He took the stripes for our healing, when His crown of thorns exalted us to royalty, when He was bruised for our transgressions, when His nails set us free, Jesus lifted up His voice to cry, “It is finished!”

Your shouting day is on the horizon. When the horn blasts, God will serve your enemy an eviction notice. Your shout will unleash the victory!

Blessing:

May the Lord bless you and keep you. May the Lord make His face to shine upon you and be gracious unto you and give you His peace. When God says the time is right, may you shout down your walls and reclaim all the territory that the enemy has stolen. It is finished!

Today’s Bible Reading:

Old Testament

Isaiah 60:1-22

New Testament

Philippians 1:27-2:11

Psalms & Proverbs

Psalm 72:1-11

Proverbs 24:11


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Supernatural Protection by Jerry Savelle

Supernatural Protection by Jerry Savelle

He shall give His angels charge over you, to keep you in all your ways. I am with you always, even to the end of the age. (Psalm 91:11 and Matthew 28:20 NKJV)

Your faith is the spiritual force that activates the supernatural protection that is yours in Christ. As a child of God, you have your Father’s promised presence and protection.

The only thing that can undermine your faith is fear, which can be described as “faith in the devil.” The devil has always tempted believers to fear, because fear gives him an open door into their lives and circumstances. That’s why, before Joshua went in to possess the Promised Land, God said, “I will not fail you or forsake you. Be not afraid, neither be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go” (Joshua 1:5, 9 AMP).

Joshua could only take the Promised Land by refusing to fear, and to believe instead that he had the supernatural protection of His God, who would never fail or forsake him.

God has a plan and a purpose for your life. He has a land for you to take, a mission for you to accomplish. His promise is that He will be with you every step of the way to see you to your promised land.

You can rest secure in this promise of supernatural protection knowing that He is with you always—even to the end of the world.

Confession: I refuse to allow the devil to tempt me into fear about my present or future situations. God has a plan for me, and a promised land for me. God is with me every step of the way, providing His supernatural protection now and throughout the entire length of my days.

Author: Jerry Savelle


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The Lord Is Able And Most Willing by Joseph Prince

The Lord Is Able And Most Willing by Joseph Prince

Matthew 8:3


Then Jesus put out His hand and touched him, saying, “I am willing; be cleansed.” Immediately his leprosy was cleansed.

When you see someone receiving a miraculous healing or financial breakthrough, do you ask, “What about me, Lord?” I believe that the leper who came to Jesus must have asked the same question.

He must have heard or seen from a distance, since he was not permitted to be in public places by the law, how Jesus had healed the sick. So he had no doubt that Jesus could heal him, but he was not sure if Jesus would. He said to Jesus, “Lord, if You are willing, You can make me clean” (Matthew 8:2). He was confident of the power of God, but not the love of God for him.

Like the leper, maybe you don’t have a problem believing that God can give you your miracle, since He is Almighty God. But you are wondering if He will do it for you. My friend, let Jesus’ actions and answer to the leper settle this question once and for all. He stretched forth His hand, touched the leper and said, “I am willing; be cleansed.” And immediately, the leper was healed.

I want you to notice that Jesus touched the leper. He could have healed him from a distance with just a spoken word. He had healed others this way as in the case of the centurion’s servant and the Syro-Phoenician woman’s daughter. So why did He touch the leper?

Jesus knew that for so many years, the leper had been cut off from his family and society, so he must have been feeling dehumanized. I believe that Jesus touched him to make him feel human again, to make him feel loved and accepted again. His touch was His love language to the leper.

Can you see God’s heart of love here? Can you see how much He loved the leper? That is how much He loves you! The day that you come to know God’s heart of love and believe that He wants you blessed more than you want to be blessed is the day that you receive your miracle!

Beloved, catch a glimpse of God’s heart of love, and you will believe that He is not only able, but also willing to make you whole!


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Bless Your Enemies by Joel Osteen


Life is too short to hold on to pain and past hurts.  Have you been holding on to an offense that you need to let go of today? Let Joel show you how to turn your hurt over to God, and let Him and be your vindicator.  It’s human nature to want to make your wrongs right, but God wants you to bless your enemies.

Blessing your enemy is a test of your character. The sooner you learn to bless your enemies and be good to people that have not been good to you, the more room you give God to work in your life.


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Hearing God’s Voice- Waiting on the Call by Rich Wilkerson Jr.


It is a fundamental truth that God wants to speak to us all. His word is alive and active and is waiting for our response to the call.

As we dive deeper into the collection of talks “Hearing God’s Voice,” Pastor Rich Wilkerson Jr. teaches the priceless value of “Waiting on the Call.”


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