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How to Try the Spirits

by A.W.Tozer on March 23, 2021
How to Try the Spirits By A.W.TozerTHESE ARE THE TIMES that try men's souls. The Spirit has spoken expressly that in the latter times some should depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits and doctrines of demons; speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron. Those days are upon us and we cannot...
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My Kingdom Go

by A.W.Tozer on March 2, 2021
My Kingdom Go by A.W.Tozer It may surprise you that Aldous Huxley, often a critic of orthodox and evangelical Christianity, has been quoted as saying: "My kingdom go is the necessary...
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Victory in the Guise of Defeat

by A.W.Tozer on February 5, 2021
"Our Lord Himself, St. Peter and St. Paul appeared to have been defeated." De Tourville. It is often difficult to tell in a given instance whether we have been defeated or are victorious in a...
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Exodus 1:8: Transitioning Into Pressure and Revival

by Mamdouh Riad on February 2, 2021
Israel’s glorious exodus from Egypt began by a significant transition. A transition from a government that was friendly to God’s people to one that was hostile toward...
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Can You Hear Me Now?

by Larry Lane on January 15, 2021
Numerous people have quoted this old commercial too frequently, and it now lacks any resemblance of novelty or cleverness, but as I approached writing this brief article, I could think of no...
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Luke 5:4 Launch Out Into the Deep

by Mamdouh Riad on January 5, 2021
In Scripture, God often uses metaphors to illustrate his heart for us. One concept that echoes through Scripture, and illustrated with many metaphors, is the Father’s desire for us...
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A Savior is Born

by Dr. Mamdouh Riad on December 22, 2020
The context of Joseph's dream in Matthew 1 is significant. The Jewish people were under the oppressive occupation of the Roman empire. There were awaiting the Messiah, their...
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Godly Leaders - Be a Josiah

by A. W. Tozer on December 8, 2020
Ministering as friends of the bridegroom: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tv6fAbOu2xE The history of Israel and Judah points up a truth taught clearly enough by...
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Infanticide Bill at Our State House

by Bruce Hanlon on November 27, 2020
Dear praying friends across Cape Cod, I don't know about you, but I've been on a bit of a "news fast" for the past several weeks and it has truly been refreshing to my soul. Despite my...
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Heart of a Leader

by Mike Bickle on November 24, 2020
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhuNb7wKVC4 “But Jesus called them to Himself and said, “You know that the rulers of the Gentiles lord it over them, and those who are great exercise...
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Organization: Necessary and Dangerous

by A. W. Tozer on October 27, 2020
When a husband and wife talk over dinner at the end of their day, they don't have a scripted conversation. The husband doesn't think, first I am going to say this to my wife and then she...
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Fullness of Life

by Rob Swanson on October 14, 2020
“Fullness of Life = seeking God, corporately and individually, and in that order.” Much is true about this statement but is it all true? Especially the last three words, “in that...
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Habakkuk 2:1 Watch and See What He Will Say

by Mamdouh Riad on September 15, 2020
If we were living in Jerusalem at the time of Isaiah 37, when King Sennacherib’s army was surrounding it, the Word of the Lord for us at that time would have been that this was an attack from...
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Finding Church...Finding the Holy Spirit

by Rob Swanson on September 8, 2020
This is a good time to return to basics. Christians have had to do this before. (e.g. 516, 1517, 1727, 1905-6, post WW2 ... ) With rapid culture shift and the technology tsunami, most...
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The Left Hand of God

by Pearl Grace Chen on August 25, 2020
The Left Hand of God is a phrase coined by Martin Luther, in an attempt to illustrate the diversity of how God’s power is exercised both throughout the Biblical narrative and in our...
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How the Church Loves God

by Rob Swanson on August 11, 2020
Matthew 22.34 But when the Pharisees heard that he had silenced the Sadducees, they gathered together. 35 And one of them, a lawyer, asked him a question to test him. 36 “Teacher, which is the...
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One Family: The Difference Between a Ministry and a Family, a Leader and a Father

by David Demian on July 30, 2020
Dear friends, As the Lord used the COVID-19 crisis to cause us to stop business as usual, many shared the witness of the Holy Spirit that part of the purpose of this pause is an...
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Some encouragement to keep seeking the manifestation of God's glory in revival power

by Eenvanons Basson on July 27, 2020
I write this as an encouragement from a nobody in Pearly Beach, Western Cape, South Africa (let’s say from the Cape of Good Hope), for our brothers and sisters in Cape Cod. My prayer is that God...
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Take Your Medicine

by Mark Brisebrios on July 14, 2020
A Prescription for Healing If you are ill and trying a new treatment there is a lingering question. Will it work? As you experience success with a cure, your confidence in the treatment...
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Re-form

by Rob Swanson on July 8, 2020
“Our church is uniquely poised … ", stated the pastor leaving his script on the first Sunday in June - my first Sunday back. I do not remember the end of the sentence but I thought about it...
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The Race Card of the Early Christians

by Derwin Gray and Frank Viola on June 30, 2020
Media coverage on the racial tensions that regularly sweep across America has heightened passions on both ends. Conversations about race, law, injustice, prejudice, guns, police...
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Help For This Broken Nation

by Ed de la Cour on June 20, 2020
One of the nice parts of living abroad is that you gain a fresh perspective on your own country. Norway is by no means a perfect nation; they have their own very real issues with racism. ...
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Are We Prepared for a Pandemic-Triggered Revival

by Michael Youssef on June 5, 2020
Brother & Sisters:I read this article today in the June 2020 edition of Decision Magazine by Michael Youssef. It is very relevant today.I forward it to you in hopes it may serve as both food...
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Is Jesus Your Friend

by Elton Kam on May 30, 2020
Is Jesus your friend? This is a question I sometime ask myself as I spend time with God in my daily devotion. Do I do my devotion out of duty, or because I truly value His friendship? When we...
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Phil 2:3: A Refreshing Example of Loving and Honoring One Another (Francis Chan and others)

by The GOGOCC Team on May 19, 2020
“Do nothing from selfish ambition or conceit, but in humility count others more significant than yourselves.” (Phil 2:3) Below is a short video clip from a recent Zoom call of...
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Repentance For Life

by John Hotchkiss on May 12, 2020
My name is John Hotchkiss. I am an IT analyst for Cape Cod Healthcare and live in North Falmouth. I am also Chairman of the Elder Board at Christ Chapel and a long-time elder there. I am moved to...
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Are God’s People Subverting His Message in a Time of Difficulty?

by Timothy Zebell on May 5, 2020
Is God’s message to America being subverted by His own people? In the midst of a pandemic, have His people replaced God’s remedy for an infected nation with something more palatable? It may be...
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Why Unity-Not Apologetics-Is What Will Bring People to Jesus

by Francis Chan on April 28, 2020
Watch the video to hear Chan's whole message. An excellent message on unity by Francis Chan on May 23, at the 2019 Church Leaders Conference held by Ravi Zacharias International...
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An Old Heresy Resurfacing: Modern Day Marcionism

by Bill Meuhlinberg on April 21, 2020
“If you return,then I will bring you back, you shall stand before Me; If you separate the precious from the vile,you shall be as My mouth.." (Jeremiah 15:19) Modern-Day Marcionism By Bill...
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Revival:Prayer is Not a Substitute for Obedience

by A.W.Tozer on April 14, 2020
"For EVERYTHING that was written in the past was written to teach us..." (Romans 15:4) Before the glory of God filled the taberncle that the Lord commanded Moses to build, Moses carefull obeyed...
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