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  • Anger Is One Letter From Danger...

    Contributed by Wade M. Hughes, Sr on Dec 11, 2014
     | 819 views

    DANGER, DANGER... ANGER AND WRATH CAN GIVE BIRTH TO TERRIBLE CONFLICT AND PROBLEMS... One temper fit can be spiritually costly. Naaman almost missed his miracle due to anger?

    BEWARE: TAKE HEED TO ANGER/ WRATH A HOT TEMPER IS A GREAT TOOL IN THE ENEMY'S HAND... Wade Martin Hughes, Sr. Kyfingers@aol.com I. LET US LIKEN THE SWORD UNTO ANGER, WRATH, GOD HAS A JACOB'S LADDER... STAIRWAYWAY OF HOPE... HE WHO LIVES BY THE SWORD SHALL DIE BY THE SWORD... A. As a ...read more

  • Jonah: A Vine, A Worm, And A Scorching East Wind

    Contributed by Shawn Miller on Oct 10, 2015
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     | 6,515 views

    This is an exposition on the fourth chapter of Jonah, which teaches us patience, grace, and the value of not getting too angry with the small things in life or we may be overwhelmed when big trials come our way

    Jonah and A Vine, a Worm, and a Scorching East Wind Introduction: Let me begin by telling you a story about a little girl that pretty well sums what I’m talking about here. A little girl was reading on an airplane when the man beside her noticed her storybook, entitled, "Jonah and the ...read more

  • Empowered But No Self-Control Series

    Contributed by Manny Salva Cruz on May 16, 2016
     | 4,197 views

    Samson was a man who was gifted with supernatural strength but has not much with regards to his moral character. He was greatly empowered by God but he was not able to control his desires. We will learn several life lessons from this story.

    Samson was the strongest man alive, yet something went wrong along the way that has changed his life's direction. The four D's of Samson's downfall - His Desire, His Disrespect, His Disobedience and His Deception. First, he was overwhelmed by his desire for the woman. When he went to Timnah, he ...read more