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Can You Change Your Past?

"The past cannot be changed. The future is yet in your power." - Hugh White The past can be changed with unwavering faith in Jesus Accepting Jesus as your Lord and Savior. His Father through His Son Jesus will CAST AND FORGIVE All of SINS IMMEDIATELY, AND IMMEDIATELY THE SPIRIT OF GOD WILL INDWELL IN YOU. NOW GOD IS YOUR AND ALL BELIEVER'S FATHER! YOUR SOUL'S FUTURE IN NOW SAVED FOREVER! - Rev. Lynwood F. Mundy

Amazing Grace : 366 Inspiring Hymn Stories for Daily Devotions

November 18 WE PLOW THE FIELDS, AND SCATTER Matthias Claudius, 1740–1815 Translated by Jane M. Campbell, 1817–1878 Yet He has not left Himself without testimony: He has shown kindness by giving you rain from heaven and crops in their seasons; He provides you with plenty of food and fills your hearts with joy. (Acts 14:17) The Scriptures have many important lessons to teach us about harvests. One of these lessons is that there is always a waiting time between the planting of the seed and the gathering of the fruit or grain. This is true in spiritual matters as well. God often has to give us a waiting period for the full bloom of the Spirit’s fruit to be produced in our lives. The lesson of patience must be learned when sharing God’s love with others. We can also learn from the harvest that a planted seed must first die before it can spring forth in new life. The way to personal spiritual fruitfulness is first death to self-centeredness (Matthew 10:30). Another truth is that a bounti…

Fresh Start Devotionals

Autumn How was your summer? We spent a lot of good family time together, camping, vacationing, and watching baseball. With the chill in the air, I know that the lazy days of summer are over. Aneesa Hussain didn’t have a very good summer. She is lives in a 2 meter long, by 1 meter wide, by 2.3 meters high jail cell in Maldives. Her husband can visit her for 10 minutes a week. What was her great crime? She confesses Jesus as her Lord. One Filipino prisoner of conscience was released from his Saudi Arabia prison cell this summer, after just fourteen days of confinement. He bore the marks of his “interrogation” and was treated for his injuries, including broken bones. Three nuns were killed in late July in Yeman by Muslim extremist. They were on the way to a clinic for the elderly. The police interrogated the gunman and discovered the reason behind their crime—the nuns were preaching Christianity. In Egypt a church was raided by the police and closed because they didn’t have the prop…