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You Are Not Facing YOUR Battles Alone: God is with YOU!

And the Lord answered, ‘I will be with you…” Judges 6:16 Some days can seem hurried, pressured, and tense. We know God’s truth, we believe His goodness, and yet we still find ourselves struggling, minds racing, before our feet even

Even If You’re Tired….. YOU MUST Keep Moving Forward!

YOU’VE COME THIS FAR by faith; keep moving forward The central theme, chosen to mark the 60th anniversary celebrations of the Brittons Hill Wesleyan Holiness Church, was taken up by Reverend Lorton Moore during the anniversary service, luncheon and awards

Trust God’s Flow for Your Needs!

I’d like to encourage you to trust in the faithfulness of God in and through all of your problems. God is working in and through all of your circumstances to bring about His best good for you and for His

God Has Reasons For Hard Times!

We all heard that going through trials makes us stronger after the initial sting has faded into our consciousness. In order to handle difficulties we need to go through tough times. This builds character, boldness, and allows us to help

God’s Words of Grace For You!

Everything depends upon God’s word. He created the universe by His word, we are redeemed according to His word, the world is sustained by His word, and His love toward us in its manifold expressions is revealed to us in

Maybe Your Problems are Pushing You to Pray For Revival!

“God doesn’t answer prayer. He answers desperate prayer.” I can still remember my feelings of shock and bewilderment as Leonard Ravenhill, the late church statesman, spoke these difficult words to me. Of course God answers prayer, I thought. But after

If Your Pain Is Not Changing, Seek God’s Grace!

“My grace is all you need, for my power is greatest when you are weak.” (2 Corinthians 12:9a TEV) As a pastor, I meet hurting people all the time. You can take two people, put them in the same difficult

Weaning Unwanted Behaviors from your Life!

  Psalm 131 A Song of Ascents. Of David- 1 LORD, my heart is not haughty, Nor my eyes lofty. Neither do I concern myself with great matters, Nor with things too profound for me. 2 Surely I have calmed

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