Two Kingdoms Does our identity as an American or as a Christian influence us the most?
"If you would be my disciples - -", A Study on Luke 9:23-26 The only mindset that will enable faithfulness in hard times. WORD Document - - or PDF
Several prophetic "words" have come to me over the years in my quiet times.
They are always to be judged by the WORD and discerned by the Spirit within you.
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A Point to Ponder
Here’s a thought. We have nothing to lose and everything to gain by viewing American and world events as a wake-up call. If Christian-Americans were to take this to heart, the resultant repentance and new Life would make us more like the people God always intended us to be. This would empower us to stand firm and to serve Him effectively through difficulties, and might extend the time of His favor upon America. If such difficulties are only imagined by some (like me), we would have become a more authentic and vibrant Church and would have enjoyed God in an incredibly richer way. Regardless, we win. And regardless, it would be another proof that all things, even evil, ultimately serve the Lord our God! - Isaiah 46:9-10 - II Peter 3:8-9
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*Copying and saving WORD documents - My WORD documents are "locked" so they don't lose their formatting when you open them. Here's how to save and copy them if you want to "unlock" them and revise or translate them for your own use.
Open a blank page in WORD, and then open my document. To copy and save a portion, put your cursor on the top left corner of the desired text, and scroll down to the end of what you want, which will highlight the text.. Then do Ctrl+C (Hold down on Ctrl and C at the same time) to copy it. Now go to your blank WORD page and do Ctrl+V to paste it into your new document, after which you save it on your computer. You can save the entire document by placing the cursor anywhere on it, doing Ctrl+A to highlight it all, and then Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V as above. You will probably need to reformat the margins and so forth on your new page but the text will be there!