“By His wounds you were healed” (1 Peter 2:24 NASB)
North Dakota’s Eagles Wings Community Fellowship
“Where can I go from Your Spirit?” the psalmist asks (Ps. 139:7 NASB).
Our children have seen God provide not only for themselves, but also for kids with tattered clothing and little to eat.
Crucified Messiah in a tomb . . . with no chance of living again—so they thought.
Together we can do this . . . we must do this . . . and then the end will come.
When we’re interested in winning souls, God is interested in our success.
The ever-widening reach of Operation Compassion
The quest in my question must ultimately direct me toward God.
Jesus didn’t have to be destitute to love and care for the homeless and poor.
So neither the one who plants counts for anything, nor the one who waters, but God who causes the growth (1 Cor. 3:7 NET).
When marriages improve, churches and communities improve.
Impress them with their impressive God and His Word.
The body of Christ came alongside me and the children, undergirding us with prayer and emotional support, phone calls, and visits.
With all prayer and petition pray at all times in the Spirit (Eph. 6:18).
Where is their hope? After saving lives in the community, who will save them?
The most important aspect of prayer is developing an intimate relationship with God.
“Cancel all the camps” was the general consensus.
We are out to win hearts; not political, religious or geographical arguments.
“Love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. ” (John 13:34)
The eternal consequences of God’s kingdom agenda await the action of prayer from God’s people.