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Thank YHWH for his Blessings

YHWH has given us the moment of life through his grace and mercy. If you're reading this, you should have given YHWH blessings, praises and songs in prayer. Don't think that the next moment is granted to you. If you can't read this line, life was taken from you. So it does matter to give YHWH blessings, praises and songs in prayer the moment your eyes are opened. What matters to those that are secular, Don't let the death angel come before you ask Jeshua for your soul salvation through faith in him and repentance of your sins. - Rev. Lynwood F. Mundy

Amazing Grace : 366 Inspiring Hymn Stories for Daily Devotions

December 8 O COME, ALL YE FAITHFUL Latin hymn, 18th century English translation by Frederick Oakeley, 1802–1880 When the angels had left them and gone into heaven, the shepherds said to one another, “Let’s go to Bethlehem and see this thing that has happened, which the Lord has told us about!” … (Luke 2:15, 20) The songs of the Christmas season comprise some of the finest music known to man, and this hymn is certainly one of our universal favorites. It was used in Catholic churches before it became known to Protestants. Today it is sung by church groups around the world since it has been translated from its original Latin into more than 100 other languages. The vivid imagery of the carol seems to have meaning and appeal for all ages in every culture. The original Latin text consisted of four stanzas. The first calls us to visualize anew the infant Jesus in Bethlehem’s stable. The second stanza is usually omitted in most hymnals, but it reminds us that the Christ-child is very God …

Fresh Start Devotionals

Tough Choice “I’ve got great news for you,” Varner’s agent said, “A major publisher wants to buy your manuscript!” That was good news. Varner had already exhausted his savings during the two years it took him to write the book. He was ready to cash a pay check. “There’s only one catch,” the agent continued, “they want you to take out all the Christian stuff from the book.” Sam Varner left his successful practice as a personal trainer to write his book, Slimmer, Younger, Stronger to bring his message of health to the world. Top Olympic athletes like Picabo Street and Tommy Moe had already benefitted from his help, but Sam had a passion to improve the lives of everyone, not just the elite. Varner had a choice to make. He could edit out his chapters on positive thinking and prayer and cash a check for the huge advance they promised. But in doing so, he would be selling out. Varner believes that good health is a combination of proper breathing, drinking the right amount of water, getti…