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Heavenly Father, I thank You for caring for me in my infirmities and blessing me to bless others. Thank You for taking care of my wife, children, family and enemies. Without You Father I would be lost for divine love and protection. This prayer goes out to my individual reader's that they may pray this prayer and be filled with the Holy Spirit in faith through prayer. In Jesus' name is my prayer. - Rev. Lynwood F. Mundy


Friday, January 27, 2012 * Mon, 1766-01-27 Pierre Toussaint, businessman and philanthropist *Pierre Toussaint was born on this date in 1766. He was Haitian immigrant to America, businessman and philanthropist. Toussaint was born...

Fresh Start Devotionals

Endurance “Now some Jews arrived from Antioch and Iconium and turned the crowds into a murderous mob. They stoned Paul and dragged him out of the city, apparently dead. [20] But as the believers stood around him, he got up and went back into the city. The next day he left with Barnabas for Derbe.” (Acts 14:19–20 NLT) Paul was stoned to death and got up and went back to work the next day. Think about that, he didn’t even take a sick day. Another time, he was thrown in prison but he didn’t forget about his mission. Acts 16:25 says “Around midnight, Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the other prisoners were listening.” (NLT) Paul could have been depressed and discouraged; instead, he used his circumstance to further his mission. Greatness is never born without birth pains. It is born in spite of discouragement and heartaches. Who knows, the discouragement you face today could be the context for your next victory. This side of our leather bound bibles, it is e…

Amazing Grace : 366 Inspiring Hymn Stories for Daily Devotions

January 27 WE’VE A STORY TO TELL Words and Music by H. Ernest Nichol, 1862–1928 All nations will come and worship before You, for Your righteous acts have been revealed. (Revelation 15:4) “A story to tell. A song to be sung. A message to give. A Savior to show.” Here is a concise summary of the task of worldwide evangelization—a gospel that must be demonstrated as well as proclaimed. Evangelism began well. The early Christians, though often fiercely persecuted by the Romans, were successful. By A.D. 380, Christianity was recognized as the official religion throughout the empire. Yet for the next 1,000 years and more, the flame of evangelism burned low. The 16th century Protestant Reformation movement saw a brief revival of evangelical fervor, but not until the 18th century did Protestants make their first serious attempt to organize missionary work. The expansion of missions in the 18th and 19th centuries was clearly connected with the waves of revival that were sweeping across Eu…