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Line Upon Line

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There was a DIVINE PLAN and reason why God wanted Israelites to share the stories of God’s faithfulness from generation to generation. So… that both young and old would be able to recount the numerous incidents of God’s faithfulness, deliverance, provision etc. etc.

So do you think God suddenly decided, ok enough of that. People nowadays don’t need to do that anymore… I don’t think so, not by a long shot. In fact, I dare say that we need to do likewise to an even GREATER degree.

As elders and leaders in our homes and houses of worship, we MUST return with our whole heart back to God…Keeping the MAIN thing, the MAIN thing…what is that? The Gospel, line upon line, precept upon precept for both young and old. Modern day application? Absolutely, provided it’s not a twisted perversion to support one or more of man’s goals, agendas or schemes. New methods? Certainly, as long as it edifies God and causes no sin or temptation for same.

If the righteous be forsaken, what are the unrighteous to do?

Pastor Andrew Logan
www.aplogansr.com
All Nations Word and Worship Center
Corpus Christi, TX
www.allnationswwc.org

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October 9, 2010 at 3:45 pm

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October 7, 2010 at 8:32 pm

Your Choice

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Reject the one whose love brings sadness
Reject the one whose blessing brings a curse
Reject the one whose joy brings incredible remorse
Attractive for the moment, hideous for eternity
Tasty for a time, bitterness unending
Empty, hollow and perverse describe him
Yet why is his following so great?

Unlike that one, comes one with a sword
All will call Him, King and Lord
His love brings joy and peace that remain
Over and over, over again
His blessings add no sorrow at all
Comforts and heals after each fall

Wide is the path that leads to destruction
Narrow, so narrow is the walk with Jesus
Choose this day, who you will serve.

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October 5, 2010 at 3:52 pm

In the Name of Jesus

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Have you wondered why there aren’t more modern day miracles or answered prayers in your life and the life of your friends? What is different now from when Peter, James and John walked on the earth? I believe there are several key differences that explain this phenomenon.

Key difference # 1:

Peter, James, and John had an intimate relationship with Jesus, the Word made flesh. So much so that Jesus’ very Life and Spirit became a part of them. I believe the demonstration of this reality came when Peter spoke “Silver and gold have I none, but such as I have, I freely give. In the Name of Jesus’ rise up and walk.” You see Peter had a complete revelation of the reality of Jesus’ authority and power over absolutely everything. A dynamic compound of action borne out of revealed faith summoned the Spirit of God to work on Peter’s behalf.

Key difference # 2:

I want to challenge the reader: Has this expression “in the Name of Jesus” become nothing more than Christian-speak or jargon to you? Do you routinely end many if not all of your prayers with it, not giving it a second thought? Unfortunately, this habit may seem harmless; however we must recognize the heinousness of doing it. To trivialize the expression like adding salt or pepper to our meals is no different than driving a stake into Jesus’ hands or feet on the cross. In other words, Jesus’ sacrifice MUST have been worth more than Christian verbal “pixie dust”.

Key difference # 3:

We have forgotten that God’s Word and Holy Spirit inspired words are loaded with creation power. May I remind you that Jesus spoke, and things were created from nothing more than His Words? In our hurried mundane lives, we have completely overlooked this aspect of relationship with God. The same Power (One) that raised Jesus Christ from the dead is alive inside us, so our words bring reality of what we speak into existence whether it is life or death. Is your life focused on bringing life to others? Does your speech reconcile with this focus?

Selah.

Pastor Andy Logan
All Nations Word and Worship Center
author of Plugging Into Real Worship and
Conectándose a la Adoración Verdadera
www.aplogansr.com

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