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You Covered Me

God will receive glory! Amen!

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*I have come back to say You Thank You Lord*

When you are hungry our Lord gives you His words
When you are thirsty our Lord gives you the source
When you are cold our Lord covers you with His love
When you are falling down our Lord is here above
When the night is too dark our Lord gives you the hope
Come and lift up your head and your hands
praise our Lord because He never will let you alone.

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Our needs will never exhaust God’s supply.

“He who tills his land will be satisfied with bread.”
Proverbs 12:11

Public Praise

Surprise your world with the wonders of Christ shining through you!

“Declare His glory among the nations, His wonders among all peoples.”
Psalm 96:3

No matter what is in front of us, God is always behind us.

“The battle is not yours, but God’s.”
II Chronicles 20:15

Our value is measured by what God has done for us.

“What man… having a hundred sheep, if he loses one of them, does not leave the ninety-nine in the wilderness, and go after the one which is lost?”
Luke 15:4

There is no greater privilege than to know the King of Kings.

“The marriage of the Lamb has come, and His wife has made herself ready.”
Revelation 19:7


Charles Stanley – A Right View of Repentance
August 3, 2013 — broboinhawaii
Charles Stanley

Luke 3:1-14

If you have ever watched soldiers doing close-order drill on a parade field, you know how quickly they can reverse themselves and head in the opposite direction. If they attempt this while standing still, the command is “about face.” If they want to reverse while marching, the command is “to the rear, march.” In either case, there is an abrupt change leading in an entirely different direction. This is a good picture of what genuine repentance looks like. It means to change one’s mind and start moving the opposite way.

One of the Bible’s greatest preachers of repentance was John the Baptist, who called his hearers to a complete “about face.” He had seen too many shallow gestures where people pretended to repent but were not willing to change their behavior. John insisted that those who exhibited only superficial contrition should instead “bear fruits in keeping with repentance” (Luke 3:8). When his listeners asked what he meant by that, they were told to share their food and clothing, to be fair in their business practices, and to be content with their wages. In other words, they were to change their ways and leave their old patterns of behavior behind.

Repentance includes something else: a willingness to make restitution to anyone whom we have wronged. When Zaccheus the tax collector received Jesus into his house, he showed the true nature of his repentance when he said, “If I have defrauded anyone of anything, I will give back four times as much” (Luke 19:8). Ask the Holy Spirit to reveal any amends you may need to make.

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