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Christmas is the Beginning of Your Love Story

Christmas is the beginning of your love story with your Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. And it started a long time ago in Bethlehem as the Holy Scriptures says in Luke 2:1-7, AMP, “Now in those days a decree went out from [the emperor] Caesar Augustus, that all the inhabited world (the Roman Empire) should […]

Prophetic Word: I Would Do It Again For You

Once was enough, but if I had to I would willingly choose to do it again just for you. Most do not begin to understand the love that I have for each one of you. My love is not based upon feelings, but upon the foundation of love–Me. All the suffering I endured was for […]

His Righteousness Heals Us

Oftentimes, people struggle with supernatural healing because of their past. Whether they were the culprit or the victim they do not believe that they are good enough to receive God’s blessings, including healing. And yes, if we were to stand upon our own righteousness we would never be good enough to receive His gifts. But […]

Does God Still Heal Today?

Does God still heal today? This is a common question that people want to understand. Let’s find out in the Bible if He still heals today. Jesus Christ shed His blood to redeem us, and healing is included in His plan of redemption. Isaiah 53: 4-5 says, ”Surely He has borne our griefs (sicknesses, weaknesses, […]

Avoid Spiritual Fruitcake

During the Christmas season many share and enjoy a rich, traditional delight called fruitcake. A fruitcake consists of a variety of textures, colors and flavors. Generally, fruitcake is a mixture of fruits and nuts with just enough batter to hold them together, and if kept in a tightly closed tin, a fruitcake may be kept […]
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