Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Decline of a Nation – Part II

As stated in last week’s devotion taken from an article by Kerby Anderson, each of the great civilizations in the world passed through a series of stages from their birth to their decline to their death. Historians have listed these … Continue reading

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Music and the Anointing

It is of the utmost importance that music be anointed when we sing and play if it is going to minister to people and not be just a pretty song. Secular music is generally peformed to impress or move others … Continue reading

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The Decline of a Nation – Part I

For many, the Fourth of July is a day for barbecues, baseball, shopping, and fireworks. There is nothing wrong with any of this. But in 1776, our fore-fathers didn’t sign the Declaration of Independence (and then go to war) only … Continue reading

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Character

Years ago, I came across a definition in an old dictionary of the word “character.” It stated it was “the ability to choose between that which is right and that which is wrong and always choosing right regardless of cost”. … Continue reading

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Secret Sin

The elderly black man in room 522 was transported to the Emergency Room by the police after he was found wandering in an alley.  He was dirty and disheveled and had a wound to the back of his head.  The … Continue reading

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Lust

Of all the vices, lust is the one many people seem to find the most difficult to control.  The story of David and Bathsheba tells of the heartbreak and downfall of a great leader and man of God because of … Continue reading

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