I'm a male of african decent, born and raised in USA, Jesus is my Lord and savior, I strive to be in the best spiritual, mental and physical condition I can be in, l am at peace with God my self
and my neighbors.
trust1g4e: Hello Cena yes long time, one of the guess in our room was mentioning you and was telling us about one of your blogs I thought you were on my friends list, but when I tried to see the blog I could not. God bless and thanks for receiving my request.
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prairwarur: Hurry, people, hurry! Jesus IS coming soon! And we shall behold Him, face to face, amen. Be ready! Just ask Jesus! Jesus! If You are real, if You are coming soon to remove Your own out of this wicked world, then I really need to know! Help me!
trust1g4e: The preaching of a white Methodist minister, named Hanson, was the means of causing me to feel that in God I had such a friend. He thought that all men, great and small, bond and free, were sinners in the sight of God: that they were by nature rebels against His government; and that they must repent of their sins, and be reconciled to God through Christ. I cannot say that I had a very distinct notion of what was required of me, but one thing I did know well: I was wretched and had no means of making myself otherwise.
I consulted a good old colored man named Charles Lawson, and in tones of holy affection he told me to pray, and to "cast all my care upon God." This I sought to do; and though for weeks I was a poor, broken-hearted mourner, traveling through doubts and fears, I finally found my burden lightened, and my heart relieved. I loved all mankind, slaveholders not excepted, though I abhorred slavery more than ever. I saw the world in a new light, and my great concern was to have everybody converted.
trust1g4e: May God have mercy on those who impose laws to eliminate prayer in school, and in spite of that show great grace to protect students and staff in the schools of our land!
trust1g4e: Living VS having a life what's the difference and why is it so important? Let's talk! Pete Cabrera Jr.
trust1g4e: Pete Cabrera Jr. Video
Unite The Fight! My heart is heavy this morning.. let’s talk...
trust1g4e: Me and mercedez3003 Singing Part 1 & 2 of " The Battle Is Not Yours " Smule Karaoke.
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trust1g4e: Me singing Part 1 of "Everything" Youtube. For Better Sound Quality,
Smule Karaoke Link
trust1g4e: Me and LyonsDen125 Singing "More Than Wonderful" karaoke. Praise God!
trust1g4e: Me and Bless2bHis_CMR Singing "The Power Of Your Love" Karaoke.
trust1g4e: Me singing Part 1 Karaoke of "Victory Belongs To Jesus"
trust1g4e: Power in the Name of Jesus
Teacher: Pastor Star R. Scott
Scripture: "Because he hath set his love upon me, therefore will I deliver him: I will set him on high, because he hath known my name."(Psalm 91:14)
Those that know His name will be a victorious people. We sing that chorus, "There's Just Something About That Name." We sing that name, Jesus. At that name every knee will bow, every tongue will confess that He's Lord. There's no other name under heaven whereby a man can be saved but the name of Jesus (Acts 4:12). The power is in that name. There's no greater force or power on this planet than the name of Jesus. When a man has a true biblical understanding and confidence in that name, it surpasses all other power. Yet we just throw it around and use it so loosely. In so many of the civil ceremonies, when people pray, they pray in the name of Christ. The Bible does not tell us to pray in the name of Christ; it tells us to pray in the name of Jesus. There is something about that name when it is representing the Person, the Christ, the Son of the living God.
The name, Jesus, doesn't have any miraculous power in itself. Psalm 91 says, "I will set him on high, [who has] known [thy] name." Do you understand the name of God as He reveals Himself in the seven redemptive names? He said, "I am Jehovah-Tsidkenu, the Lord your righteousness. I am Jehovah- Nissi, the Lord your banner. I am Jehovah-Rapha, the Lord your healer. I am Jehovah-Raah, the Lord your shepherd." He's all of these different things--our great banner, the victor. The name carries a meaning with it. He reveals Himself to us as El Shaddai, the supreme power. El Shaddai has to do with understanding the great provider that God is for us, the God of providence. Do you understand Who we're serving and all that His names represent? We say He's Wonderful, Counselor, Prince of Peace, Almighty God, Everlasting Father, Rose of Sharon. He's the way, the truth, and the life. When you know His name, it causes you to be raised up and seated on high.
All of the great attributes of God that are seen in His names have been wrapped up into that one name, Jesus. The Scripture says He was given a name that's above every other name (Phil. 2:9). It's above the name I AM, El Shaddai, Yeshua, or Jehovah. It's above all of these other names by which God has been known. The power is in that name. When we speak the name of Jesus in faith, we need to know it carries with it Jehovah-Nissi (our banner, our victor), Jehovah-Jireh (our provider). It carries with it all of these great understandings of Jehovah-Rapha (our healer), Jehovah-Raah (our shepherd), Jehovah-Shammah (the present one). When we pray in faith the name of Jesus from our lips, that name is like one of those smart bombs, seeking out whatever the immediate need is and attacking. We don't have to think about which name to use in this situation. We speak that name in faith. We just breathe "in the name of Jesus" from our lips. When we're full of the Spirit, anytime something urgent comes upon us, the first thing that will come out of our mouth is "Jesus." That's how God set up prayer to work. Because we have known His name, He has caused us to be seated on high to rule with Him.