Counsels From The Word of Righteousness (Part 12)

The following are inspired thoughts I found grace to fetch while acknowledging truths that confront my flesh; that disrespect sin and celebrate the word of righteousness.


Counsels From The Word of Righteousness (Part 11)

The following are inspired thoughts I found grace to fetch while acknowledging truths that confront my flesh; that disrespect sin and celebrate the word of righteousness


Counsels From The Word of Righteousness (Part 10)

The following are inspired thoughts I found grace to fetch while attempting to acknowledge truths that disrespect sin; that celebrate the word of righteousness.


Counsels From The Word of Righteousness (Part 9)

The following are inspired thoughts I found grace to fetch, while attempting to acknowledge truths that disrespect sin; that celebrate the word of righteousness.


Counsels From The Word of Righteousness (Part 8)

The following are inspired thoughts I found grace to fetch while acknowledging truths that confront my will; that disrespect sin and celebrate the word of righteousness


Light Up America 2019 Synopsis

If the gospel has truly been unveiled to the Church; if the actual content of the New Testament has been made known to an average believer today, then:


Light Up America 2019

The gospel is coming again with the purity of power; it is smiling again unto the saints like it did in the early Church; it is making known secrets that was hid in God from the foundations of the world, because she must come into beauty and glory.


Looking Inward & Outward (With the goggle of Faith) – Part 31

What the Lord is using us to do or would use us to do, can become a competition to our being content with having much more of Him. This was one understanding our Lord Jesus was armed with, before and after he was heavily anointed at Jordan, which enabled Him to place a high premium placed on the acquisition of life.


Looking Inward & Outward (With the goggle of Faith) – Part 30

Not all believers would end up being shepherds, but we are all called to have a shepherd’s kind of heart like that of Moses, which can easily be led against our worldly arrangements. Hearts that’ll strive to keep the commandment of the New Testament that the Lord reveals, or that would look for opportunities to prefer others and thereby gradually interpret faith, hope, charity, mercy, and love; even eternal life. (Jude 1:20-21/Jn. 17:3).


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