1. To bring glory to God 2. To inspire, to encourage, and to bring hope to the hopeless.
The Bible says that in the last days, there would be a form of godliness, but a denying of God’s power. Yet in the midst of those days there will be a remnant of people who still believe and still experience the power of God to save, heal, deliver, and work miracles. May these stories bring you hope. What He has done for others He will do for you!
During the 21 day fast, I was asking God for a new understanding of the Word, revealing His mysteries to me and allowing me to hear His voice better. Well, as I read the booklet that came with the fast, the 23rd Psalm had a greater impact on me, than ever before. There are 6 verses. As I was trying to memorize each verse each day, I realized the first and last verse are proclamations, the 2nd and 3rd verse talk about God as "He or Him". The 4th and 5th verses are more personal, describing God as "You". In the last verse, it describes how His goodness and mercy will follow me all the days of my life. God revealed to me that the word "mercy" and "love". are used interchangeably, since "mercy" is used in the KJV and "love" is used in the NIV. His goodness and love follow me all the days of my life! Amazing! This is also true of Psalm 136: "Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good, His mercy (love) endures forever! ~ Cheri Bush
Prayed heavily these 21 days for a daughter of God going through adjusting to divorce and single parenthood. She has broken off an ungodly tie and returned to church with a new mindset to get serious about God! Praise God! This is His hand for sure. ~ Patsy
Jennifer--healed from MS
Don--From chained in prison, to total freedom
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