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Heart Of Praise

  1. Psalmist Raine: The Great Shepherd
  2. Jekalyn Carr: You’re Bigger
  3. Free Worship: Strong Enough
  4. Jenn Johnson The One
  5. Citipointe Live: Into The Deep
  6. Kim Walker: I Need You More
  7. Elevation Worship: Give Me Faith
  8. Paul McClure: Jesus We Love You
  9. Jonathan David: No Longer Slaves
  10. William McDowell: You Are Here
  11. All Sons & Daughters: You Hold It All Together
  12. John Baldwin: Peace
  13. Kristene Dimarco & Bethel Music: It Is Well
  14. Amanda Cook: You Make Me Brave
  15. John Baldwin: Fountain
  16. Natalie Grant: In Christ Alone
  17. Hillsong: Let Us Adore
  18. Darlene Zschech: You Are Love
  19. Hillsong: I Give You My Heart
  20. Kari Jobe: We Are
  21. Hillsong: Still
  22. Neyi: Lamb Of God
  23. Dr. Tumi: Forgiven
  24. We Will Worship: In This Moment
  25. Free Worship: Your Name
 
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Posted by on June 26, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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Unfailing God

GOD IS YOUR UNFAILING SOURCE

The Psalmist wrote, “Joyful are those…whose hope is in the Lord their God” (Ps 146:5 NLT). One author writes: “Sometimes when there’s not enough money to make ends meet, people tell us to budget and we chuckle. We look at the situation and say, ‘No way.’ That’s the time to trust God. Your possibilities aren’t limited by past or present circumstances. If there’s not enough to pay legitimate expenses, do your best and then let go. Trust God to supply your need, then look beyond your wallet. Look to your source. Claim a divine, unlimited supply. Do your part. Strive for financial responsibility in thought and action. Ask for wisdom, and listen to God’s leadings. Then let go of your fears and your need to control. We all know money is a necessary part of living—and so does God.” F. B. Meyer said: “The education of our faith is incomplete till we learn that God’s providence works through loss…There’s a ministry to us through the failure and fading of things. The dwindling brook where Elijah sat is a picture of our lives! ‘Some time later the brook dried up’ (1Ki 17:7 NIV) is the history of our yesterdays and the prophecy of our tomorrows. We must learn the difference between trusting in the gift and trusting in the giver. The gift may last for a season, but the giver is eternal. If the Lord had led Elijah directly to the widow at Zarephath, he’d have missed something that helped make him a better man—living by faith. Whenever our earthly resources dry up, it’s so we may learn that our hope and health are in God.”

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Posted by on March 18, 2017 in Uncategorized

 

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