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Showing posts from January 21, 2012


Lord, I summit this suplication for those that are secular: Come to the Jesus in the pardoning of your sins; accept Him in faith wanting to change your life after finding out that you cannot change or save your life; He (Jesus) will forgive you of your sins when you ask Him through genuine repentance of your sins--they will be forgiven forever, no more to be remembered; accept Jesus as your Lord and Savior, God will immediately indwell His Holy Spirit in you; you will then become an ambassagor for Him; Jesus will then become your propipiator between you and God. I pray that you accept Him for the next moment of reading this prayer is not promise to you. In Jesus' name I pray for your salvation. Amen. - Rev. Lynwood F. Mundy

Fresh Start Devotionals

Easter Back in the 1880‘s Nietzsche declared that “God is dead,” and before the turn of the Twentieth Century, Shaw and Wells chimed in saying the 20th Century would mark the end of the world’s “religious phase.” Yet, today a church now meets in Russia’s Museum of Religion and Atheism—the former center of atheism. Nearly half of the United States’ population attend Worship on a regular basis while revival is sweeping through Latin America and Christianity grows behind China’s iron curtain. Nietzsche, Shaw and Wells have long since decayed in their graves, and God continues to live! That’s the message of Easter. He is risen. He is risen, indeed! Muhammad died, and was buried. His faithful followers take pilgrimages to visit his remains, the same is true of Buddha and other religious leaders. But it is not true of Jesus. You cannot visit His remains, you can only visit His empty grave, because He isn’t there. He Arose! That’s why we celebrate Easter! Jim L. Wilson, Fresh Start De…

Amazing Grace : 366 Inspiring Hymn Stories for Daily Devotions

January 21 STILL, STILL WITH THEE Harriet B. Stowe, 1812–1896 Morning by morning, O Lord, You hear my voice; morning by morning I lay my requests before You and wait in expectation. (Psalm 5:3) “How precious to me are Your thoughts, O God!… When I awake, I am still with Thee”. This was the phrase that inspired Harriet Beecher Stowe as she meditated one morning on Psalm 139:17, 18. In the midst of a busy and productive life—as a writer, an avid crusader against world-wide slavery, and a mother of six—it was Harriet Stowe’s practice to rise at 4:30 each morning to “see the coming of the dawn, hear the singing of the birds, and to enjoy the over-shadowing presence of her God.” As a devoted mother and the wife of a seminary professor, Harriet still found time to write numerous hymns, a volume of religious verse, and approximately 40 books dealing with the various social problems of her time. Her best known novel was Uncle Tom’s Cabin, which had a strong influence against slavery just …