Brought Us Out

“Then He brought us out from there, that He might bring us in, to give us the land of which He swore to our fathers” (Deuteronomy 6:23, NKJV).

He brought us out, to bring us in! We are the church; the called out ones. The church started on the Day of Pentecost. The Greek word is ekklesia meaning “called out.”

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The Power to See it Through

Do you celebrate the qualities of faith and character that enable a man to see life through.

For one thing, staying power is always associated with a certain central integrity of conscience. Whatever else life may give or may deny, one thing is absolutely indispensable — that a man should not break faith with himself, that he should keep his honor bright in his own eyes, that whatever else may fail he should not inwardly be a failure.

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Merciful God, thank You for bringing me into the seventh month of the year and also the second half of this year. Thank You for Your loving kindness and tender mercies towards me. Thank You for preserving my life and the lives of my loved ones. Receive all my praise (Psalm 92:4-5, Lamentation 3:22-23).

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Ruth was a woman in the scripture who had it very rough. It is very easy to share now because we know her end and because we know that she was not stopped and that she remained unstoppable and got results. If not, we would not have a testimony to share. The same way I want to encourage you that even though your path is rough like that of Ruth or worse – you are unstoppable and will remain unstoppable! In Jesus name!

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