When The Enemy Shall Come In Like a Flood

FOR THE LOVE OF GOD

*Pastor’s Note: A lot is going on in this world and in our nation. Political unrest, corruption. As the Apostle Paul wrote to Timothy, he stated that in the last days there will be distress of nations and perplexity. In other words, confusion and anxiety. However, this isn’t new in the world at all and our God had men of faith who confronted these things. Here’s an exhortation from Brother Charlie Cameron from his site, Learning from God’s Word on just this subject.

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1 Kings 16:29-18:16

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Deuteronomy 3:1-29 – Sometimes, Lord, Your blessing seems to be ‘so near and yet so far.’

Deuteronomy 3:1-29 Sometimes, Lord, Your blessing seems to be "so near and yet so far." Help us, Lord, as we seek Your blessing, to remember that it is never our own achievement. It is always Your gift to us. We do not achieve victory in our own strength. You give to us Your victory. When, …

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May we rejoice greatly when Jesus stands among us as our loving Saviour.

Lord, You want to “establish Your Word” among us (1 Kings 6:12). Do we “rejoice greatly” when we hear Your Word (1 Kings 5:7)? Help us to welcome Jesus Christ, “the Word made flesh”, the living Word who “dwells among us, full of grace and truth” (John 1:14). Help us to welcome Him as “Emmanuel …

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We thank You, Lord, that Your Son, Jesus is “the same yesterday and today and forever.”

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