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A great tragedy

January 30, 2013 1 comment

God wants us to grow in our relationship with Him. Everyday He challenges us.

Will we respond today?

“To live two days in succession on the same spiritual plane is a tragedy” – Smith Wigglesworth

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What will I do today?

September 24, 2012 1 comment

God has a mission for us. It is not to just casually encounter people. He wants to transform lives through the power of His son.

Jesus challenges us to make disciples of everyone in the world. Will we today?

“If you leave people as you found them God is not speaking by you.” Smith Wigglesworth

How amazing is God?

God is amazing. He uses men like me to do amazing things. Nothing is impossible with God.

“There are some things in the Scriptures which move me greatly. I am glad that Paul was a man. I am glad that Jesus was a Man. I am glad that Daniel was a man, and I am also glad that John was a man. You ask Why? Because I see that whatever God has done for other men, He can do for me.”

—–Smith Wigglesworth, Preached at the Stone Church communion service, November 5, 1922

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