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Feb 26, 2017
Intentional Christian Grandparenting-Vinson
Ed and JoBeth Vinson share: Intentional Christian Grandparenting
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  • Feb 26, 2017Intentional Christian Grandparenting-Vinson
    Feb 26, 2017
    Intentional Christian Grandparenting-Vinson
    Ed and JoBeth Vinson share: Intentional Christian Grandparenting
  • Feb 19, 2017A Concert of Prayer
    Feb 19, 2017
    A Concert of Prayer
    Series: Prayer
    A Concert of Prayer
  • Feb 17, 2017Revival Services–Jay Jellison part1
    Feb 17, 2017
    Revival Services–Jay Jellison part1
    Revival Services--Jay Jellison part 1
  • Feb 17, 2017Revival Services–Jay Jellison part 2
    Feb 17, 2017
    Revival Services–Jay Jellison part 2
    Series: Prayer
    Revival Services--Jay Jellison part 2
  • Feb 16, 2017Revival Services–Dan Bohi
    Feb 16, 2017
    Revival Services–Dan Bohi
    Revival Services--Dan Bohi

 | Wednesday Weekly Blog |

In the Name of the Lord Almighty

I have been reading in the Old Testament and this morning was in the book of 1 Samuel and read the story of David and Goliath.  Now this is a story that almost everyone knows.  I have heard the “David vs. Goliath” analogy so many, many times used in the context of sports and a few times in other contexts as well.  But this morning I want to look at the David vs. Goliath story in the context of your life and what you are facing today.  Let me just remind you of a few of the facets of the story that we sometimes skip over because, well because we know the story; we know that Goliath is a giant and David is just a kid and while it looks like it would be no contest in Goliath’s favor, it turns out that it is no contest in David’s favor.  However, it wasn’t because David was awesome; it wasn’t because of his brilliant battle strategy; it wasn’t because he caught the giant off guard and surprised him.  It wasn’t because of ANY of those things that David defeated Goliath.  And that is why when we look at this story in the context of your life and my life and what we are facing today that this story is such a powerful lesson for us. So, let’s look at it.

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Our Christian Response to our Nation

J’Melle Fletcher, who attends Angus Church when she is in town, sent me an outstanding article last week that I wanted to share with you this morning.  I have copied the entire article below.  It was written by Larry Tomczak who is a member of the Board of Directors of Intercessors for America (IFA).  Mr. Tomczak is a former pastor, author and serves as director of International Center for Evangelism, Church-planting and Prayer (ICECAP), a ministry that equips Christians in New Testament evangelism and church-planting, fueled by prayer, through instruction, mentoring and application.  His article, from IFA, is entitled “Don’t Get Caught Up in Anger, But Don’t Disconnect.”  If you are looking for the right kind of response to the situations that we as Christians find ourselves in right now in the United States of America, this article will be a great place to start.  I hope you enjoy it and take it to heart.

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The Prayer of the Righteous is Powerful

There are very few who don’t at least have reference to James’ passage in the fifth chapter of the book that bears his name concerning prayer for healing.  In fact, it is the ONLY place in the Bible where we are told to “pray” for healing.  Every time that Jesus talked about healing, specifically about His followers (which includes us) and their place in the healing of sickness, disease and the like, Jesus simply says that we are “to heal.”  He doesn’t tell us to pray for the healing, He tells us to do it. That is powerful and it is something that we will explore in weeks to come.  But in James 5, beginning about verse 13, we are told that if anyone is sick “he should call the elders of the church to pray over him and anoint him with oil in the name of the Lord” (5:14).  Now if you read on in the next verse you’ll see that “the prayer offered in faith will make the sick person well; the Lord will raise him up.  If he has sinned, he will be forgiven” (5:15).  But it is the next verse, 5:16, that really tweaks my interest this morning.  Look at it with me.

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