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Created by Genny Hebert
Saturday, October 12, 2019 - 1:41am
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Galatians 6:10 Finally, my brethren, be ye strong in the Lord, & in the power of his might. If we stand we have to be in Christ Jesus & in his power & might. How? We must trust in what Jesus did for us at the cross of Calvary. Face it, we are unable to do what is needed to be victorious We like to think that we can take care of things for ourselves. That's pride. That is the very reason that so many are having the problems & they just seem to be getting worse. I'm not coming doctors, they have their place. God chooses to use them at times. I am saying that we need to cast our cares on Jesus. How dare anyone think that they can do better that Jesus. That is sac-religious. Verse 12 For we wrestle not against flesh & blood, but against principalities, against powers. against rulers of darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places. 13 Where-fore, take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to with stand the evil day & having done all to stand. 14 Stand therefore,.... I'm not going into the varmour of God , now, most know it. Matthew 11:28 Come unto me all ye that labour & are heavy laden, & I will give you rest. 29 Take my yoke upon you, & learn of me, for I am meek & lowly in heart: & ye shall find rest for your soul. 30 For my yoke is easy & my burden is light. A lot of God's people are labouring & have no peace, because they are striving to do God's work, instead of trusting God & being obedient to what God has revealed to them to do. Good works are good, but being obedient is rewarded. For so many years they taught you that you had to earn God's provision. Just like salvation, they are a gift from God. We do have to believe & be in Christ Jesus. Everything was paid for at Calv'ry


Created by Genny Hebert
Sunday, October 6, 2019 - 1:14am
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Does it seem sometimes that you barely have power to blow your your nose? That is just what the enemy wants you to think. He gets your focus off the one in us who really has the power to defeat him every time. We are not the source of power. The Holy Spirit (Ghost) is the source of power. When we are saved we receive the power from the Holy Spirit to be victorious in our walk with the Lord Jesus. When we receive the Baptism of the Holy Ghost, we receive power for service. This includes power for witnessing. Acts 1:8 But ye shall receive power & ye shall be witnesses..., Romans 5:11 But if the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead dwell in you, He who raised Christ from the dead will quicken your mortal bodies through his Spirit which dwells in you. Jesus said that he would go away, & give us another comforter. Jesus was our example. He began his ministry after that he was filled with the Holy Spirit. Zechariah 4:6 Then He answered & said unto me, this is the word of the Lord unto Zerubbabel, saying, not by might nor by power, but by my Spirit saith the Lord. When we try to make things happen, or expect God to move when we snap our fingers, so to speak, it just isn't going to work. God is sovereign & he says yea or nay. We need to keep ourselves in tune with God's word, pray in the Spirit & pray through, in faith, & wait on his will. We must realize that it is not in our own works, but by the Spirit. God isn't a genie. He sees the whole picture & works in our behalf, for our good, our best interest. We need to be ready at all times to do the works of the Lord, instant in season & out. The days of miracles is not over. He- brews 13:8 Jesus Christ the same yesterday, & today, & forever.


Created by Genny Hebert
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 - 1:43am
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So many times we have a tendency to think we've got it rough. If someone says something about us, we are being persecuted. Now you take our president, who by the way is a gift from God, he is accused of every thing evil you can think of. If they do wrong, they accuse him of it. We really need to pray for him. No, he's not perfect, but, he is the best we've had in the last 30 years. He really cares. I didn't intend to say this, but It fits in with what I am speaking about. I was thinking about Joseph in Genesis 37, 38-48. First of all, he was hated by his brethren. They even thought to kill him, but Reuben tried to spare him. saying there is a pit without water, throw him in it. They did.Reuben intended to save him later. they were then going to kill him. Judah said it would be better to sell him. The midianites beat them to it. He is about 17. He was sold as a slave in potiphar. Even as a slave, God blessed him. He had a destiny to save Israel, his father & linage from famine. Potiphar's wife tried to seduce him & because he was pure in heart retaliated & accused him of doing what she had tried to do. So Joseph ended up in prison. I'm safe in saying that it was at least 11 years. He was blessed in the prison, in a place of authority. So far he was hated, thrown in a pit to die, sold into slavery, falsely accused, thrown into prison for something he didn't do, he lost every- thing.Stripped of honor, yet it was all on the road to his destiny. then God opened the door & he was put in charge of all Egypt next to Pharaoh. God was in charge. I've only hit the highlights. Looking at Joseph's life, He was a foreshadow of Jesus. No sin was found in either. Things aren't really that bad. Be strong, Jesus will never forsake you!


Created by Genny Hebert
Saturday, September 21, 2019 - 12:59am
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When man was created, he was given a free will. With free will there is responsibility that brings consequences. Even in John 3:16-19 it states that God so loves the world (kosmos- mankind) that he gave his only begotten Son and whosoever believeth ( accept as fact, live by and rely on)in him should have everlasting life, But he that believeth not is condemned already because he has not believed in the only begotten Son of God. Joshua told the people that they needed to love and serve God. If they did not follow the Lord and his ways, He would drive them out of the land and they would be horribly mistreated by their enemies. In Galations, we are warned that we are to be careful because we reap what we sow. If we sow to the spirit, we reap life; If we sow to the flesh, we reap death. Joshua wrote about our choice to choose either life or death. What has been the most important decision in your life? Have you wavered from your commitment? We know the things of this life touch us all and our choices determine our outcome.


Created by Genny Hebert
Friday, September 13, 2019 - 11:00am
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There are time's in our lives, especially as we mature in Christ, that we find ourselves in places that seem hopeless. Maybe it is physical, in our family's health, or finances. The enemy knows our weaknesses and hits us broadside in that area. Sometimes, he hits us like a boxer, jabbing again and again. Remember that Jesus is our referee. He will not allow anymore than we can handle. 1 Corinthians 10:13 tells us that nothing happens except what happens to all. With all that happens, Jesus provides us with a way to overcome it or escape it.  My niece put out a song, "Tie a knot in the rope and hang on." Don't give up, don't give in, God is working on your behalf. We are taught to be content in all things and know that Jesus has said He will never leave us nor forsake us. In Daniel 3 we read of the three Hebrew children who refused to bow down to another god. They said, "Our God is able to deliver us, but if not, we will still trust him. In anger, the King threw them into the fiery furnace which was heated seven times hotter than usual. The guards were even consumed by the heat when they threw them into the fire. I can imagine the devil stood there laughing at the three Hebrew children. I'm sure he was confident that he had won. Then, the King saw a fourth man in the fire, like unto the Son of God. The three Hebrew children were taken out of the furnace without even the smell of smoke on them. No matter what we are going through, if our eyes are on Jesus and we trust Him, our circumstances have no power over us in any manner. God is faithful. Trust Him and walk in His peace.  


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