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Day: July 4, 2013

TODAY’S MEDITATION – Why did Jesus send you the Holy Spirit? (1 John 2:26-27)

Today, we sometimes watch or see preachers calling on the Holy Spirit to do wonderful, extraordinary and unnameable miracles before the crowd. It makes us wonder, because when Jesus left, He told His disciples this: “And I will ask the Father, and he will give you another advocate to help you and be with you …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – The means you use to accomplish a goal are important (1 Samuel 24:16-19)

Nowadays, many people believe that the end justifies means, which means that you can use bad or immoral methods as long as you get to a result that is good by using them. This is for the world, not for Christians! My brother, my sister, when you claim to be a Christian, then you should …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Don’t allow routine to hinder the Spirit in you (Galatians 3:1-5).

In our churches today it is very common to see believers who act like some of the believers in Galatia who might have been in Jerusalem at Pentecost and received the Holy Spirit: they know exactly that they have not received the Spirit of God because of their good deeds, any works or whatever, just …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Be alert all the time (1 Peter 5:8).

Never become comfortable in this world is one advise Apostle Paul gives us. But the Bible also teaches us to expect spiritual attacks from any direction. My brother, my sister, a spiritual attack may come from within, that is, through your own weaknesses, your own wishes and your own wants, that is why the Word …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – What kind of worship do you offer The Lord? (Proverbs 21:27)

Throughout the Old Testament, we read that God required of the priests to offer pure lambs as a foreshadow of “the precious blood of Christ, the sinless, spotless Lamb of God” (1 Peter 1:19) who was going to be offered for us. These verses of Proverbs tell us about the kind of worship that is …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – My testimony: “as for me and my house we will serve the Lord” (Joshua 24:15)

This is a powerful affirmation of faith that was made by Joshua is very important to me and I really want to share it to encourage someone, especially a parent, as I am also giving a testimony about what the Lord is doing for me and my family as we are serving Him. In this …

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DAY’S MEDITATION – Cry out to the Lord… He will answer you (Psalm 77:1-20)

This Psalm is very interesting because it is a demonstration of God’s loving ear! Here Asaph is feeling deeply distressed and he says he cried out to the Lord, he shouted to the Lord. I like this part, because some people who do not attend Christian churches don’t understand why we shout during our prayers. …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Are you satisfied with whatever you have? (Acts 20:33-35)

This passage is a good reminder for us believers and non-believers in today’s world where people have set priorities that urge many to steal, lie, get into debts or just covet what they do not have. My brother, my sister, these verses show us that Apostle Paul was satisfied with whatever he had, wherever he …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – “Teach me to do your will” (Psalm 143:5-10)

In these verses, we see David is losing hope, caught in fear and deep depression. For any of us, such times can happen during our lives when we could feel caught in deepening depression or unable to pull ourselves out of something that is weighing us down. My brother, my sister, know that at those …

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TODAY’S MEDITATION – Are you bold enough for Jesus? (Acts 26:26-29)

In these verses, we see Apostle Paul appealing to FACTS about Jesus, just to see people coming to Christ. Nowadays, many believers claim to know about Jesus Christ, but display very little faith in witnessing for the facts they know about Him. Let us remind that in Paul’s time, people were still alive who had …

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