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My Prayer for Today Most Holy Father Jehovah, I was so sadden by the last words of the late president of Venezuela Hugo Chavez to his then vice president these words as he lay dying on his bed in a weak voice, "Save me please! Save me! I don't want to die! Please save me!" Then Mr. Chavez closed his eyes in death. 
Those words from a dying man that did not knowJesus Christ in the pardoning of his sins died a horrible and faithless death. Yahweh was sadden, but He said that "not all will enter the kingdom of heaven.""Not even My [His] chosen ones--the Jews".
How sadden that there are some people that will "harden"their "hearts"when they hear, and of, God's Word and His love for us-all.
Though Mr. Chavez chose by his own accord not to believe and choose Jesus as his Lord and Savior does not make we Christian's stop evangelizing God's Word of salvation, grace, mercy and eternal life in heaven. But become more fervent in our en…

Morning and Evening : Daily Readings

Morning, March 7      Go To Evening Reading

     “Have faith in God.” 
         — Mark 11:22

Faith is the foot of the soul by which it can march along the road of the commandments. Love can make the feet move more swiftly; but faith is the foot which carries the soul. Faith is the oil enabling the wheels of holy devotion and of earnest piety to move well; and without faith the wheels are taken from the chariot, and we drag heavily. With faith I can do all things; without faith I shall neither have the inclination nor the power to do anything in the service of God. If you would find the men who serve God the best, you must look for the men of the most faith. Little faith will save a man, but little faith cannot do great things for God. Poor Little-faith could not have fought “Apollyon;” it needed “Christian” to do that. Poor Little-faith could not have slain “Giant Despair;” it required “Great-heart’s” arm to knock that monster down. Little faith will go to heaven most certainly, but it …

It Will Seem Simple in Retrospect

March 7: It Will Seem Simple in Retrospect
1 Corinthians 1:1–17

We’re all faced with difficult tasks. When Paul wrote to the Corinthians, he was forced to confront their spiritual problems, which were slowly destroying God’s work among them. Paul was thankful for them (1 Cor. 1:4–8), but he was also called to a high purpose as an apostle. His calling meant saying what people didn’t want to hear (1 Cor. 1:1).
There were divisions among the Corinthians that were going to rip their fledgling church apart, and Paul implored them to make some difficult changes: “Now I exhort you, brothers, by the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that … there not be divisions among you, and that you be made complete in the same mind and with the same purpose. For … there are quarrels among you” (1 Cor. 1:10–11). And here’s where something amazing happens that we often overlook. Paul, a confident man and a former Law-abiding Pharisee, could have stated why he was right and moved on, but he does something else: