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Maybe What is Occuring is because you Need Selah!

  Kent complained about having too much to do and being tired of rushing around all the time. He thought that his hurried, overcrowded life was inevitable for him as a pastor who had a family and lived in Orange

Fed up with How things Are….God is willing to Help!

“I’ve tried everything and nothing helps. I’m at the end of my rope. Is there no one who can do anything for me? The answer, thank God, is that Jesus Christ can and does” (Romans 7:24-25 MSG). We all have

Maybe God wants You to Trust Him more and worry less!

As we look into Bible history, we will see that The Bible is full of people of faith that received the promise of God without seeing that promise right then — people who had to contend with  The devil and

Don’t Lose Hope in God As YOU wait on Him!

Don’t Lose Hope in God because God has not Lost Hope in You! Is there anyone who has never experienced disappointment, misfortune, setback, calamity, breakup of relationship, serious illness, or death of a friend or family member that dashed his

Are You Worn Out? Seek God For Strength!

Are you waiting for something to change in your life? Are you desperately in need of someone to fight for you for once? Are you ready to give up, and exhausted of what life has handed you lately? I’ve said

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

Keep seeking God, expect Him to lead you New Ways!

Walking with God is often a step-by-step process. The Bible is a great resource that shows us how to walk with God.  In the very first book of the Bible, Genesis, we see men walking with God, not only Enoch

Your Frustration is trying to tell you something!

Frustration is something that we all have experienced at one time or another. Usually, the normal reaction for frustration may involve anxiety, anger, depression or even hopelessness if we believe a situation cannot change. We believe that the frustration comes

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