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Leadership
April 11, 2019 09:00AM
The Quality of the Life of other's go up when we allow God to use Us!
Can U Agree??



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Re: Leadership
April 12, 2019 08:02AM
Leaders Communicate
Ps19: God is Ultimate Leader,Ultimate Communicator.
The creation declares God’s power/glory (Ps. 19:1–6).
The Law declares God’s wisdom and will (19:7–14).
God precisely reveals His message to His followers through both.
Three simple verses (19:7–9) declare the
God’s Revelation...Description....The Results....
1. His Law ...........1. Perfect ....1. Restores the soul
2. Testimony .......2. Sure..........2. Makes us wise
3. Statutes...........3. Right.........3. Gives joy to the heart
4. Commandments..4. Pure.....4. Enlightens perception
5. Fear/reverence.... 5. Clean...5. Endures forever
6. Judgments......... 6. True.......6. Completely right



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Re: Leadership
April 20, 2019 02:07AM
Happy Easter. Today I have experienced a renewed sense of confidence in God.

Jesus death on the cross has magnified His presence in my heart stronger than ever!

Be Encouraged!
Re: Ministry Meeting Needs!
April 20, 2019 07:10PM
Just for Today.....
Renewed focus on evangelism....
Hard to love God and miss treat
His church, his bride.

Be Encouraged



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Re: Leadership
April 24, 2019 09:34AM
Nehemiah Prays First!
Nehemiah 1:4 When Nehemiah heard that the walls of Jerusalem lay in ruins, that its charred gates sat rotting, and that the Jewish survivors lived in distress and reproach, he did what every great leader must do: He fasted and prayed. Something powerful happens when a leader prays and stands in the gap for his people. Intercession must always be a primary role for a leader. The apostle Peter once declared his top two leadership priorities: prayer and the ministry of God’s Word (Acts 6:4).
A leader’s prayer accomplishes four things:
1. Prayer internalizes the burden, deepening our ownership of a need.
2. Prayer insists that we quiet our hearts and wait, slowing us down to receive from God.
3. Prayer infuses the vision, enabling us to see what God wants to do.
4. Prayer initiates the vision’s fulfillment, acting as a catalyst for us to act.



Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 04/24/2019 09:37AM by Pastor.
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