Together in the Word

June 2018

Together in the Word - June 24, 2018

It is when life is at its worst that we have opportunity to see God at his best. His mercy is new every morning and accomplishes the impossible—against all odds. Faith turns to God and responds with rich joy and amazing generosity. Here is this week's "Together in the Word" for your personal and/or family devotional use.   God bless you, as you hear and read his Word and grow in faith this week! Your Brother in Christ, Pastor Wagner *Our...

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Together in the Word - June 17, 2018

The world is a confusing place. We often feel it doesn’t deal fairly with us. We go through the emotions of anger, or at other times terror, when we don’t understand the turmoil around us. But Jesus reminds us of his presence and changes our eyesight to see the great and enduring salvation he has won for us. This gives life a new perspective and purpose. Here is this week's "Together in the Word" for your personal and/or family devotional use.   God bless...

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Together in the Word - June 10, 2018

Adam and Eve ruined everything for everyone. They destined themselves for death. They took the perfect world that God created for everyone and put it under constant attack from the all the demons. But God made a promise almost immediately. God said he would send a descendant of Eve to crush Satan’s power. Jesus, that descendant, demonstrated his authority over Satan even before he rose from the dead. Here is this week's "Together in the Word" for your personal and/or...

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Together in the Word - June 3, 2018

  Every July 4, people celebrate the growth and power of our republic. Yet we believers in Christ are part of an eternal kingdom. The kingdom of God started so humbly. It makes unnoticeable progress as it conquers hearts for Christ. Yet if you step back to look at it, you can see its tremendous growth. Those who are part of it will be longing for the final outcome when they are “clothed” with immortal life away from the struggles of the world. Here is this week's...

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