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It’s Friday but Sunday is Coming

This Message is from Nick Park, the Executive Director of Evangelical Alliance in Ireland It is worthwhile listening to especially in the light Easter, the lock down and our attitude the lock down.   Dear Evangelical Friends and Church Leaders, Easter is all about grief and joy, about darkness and light. The Satanic oppression of the Cross is followed by the wonder of the Empty Tomb. We have experienced more than a year of turmoil and death.  Churches have suffered, just like so many other areas of life. Yet we now see rates of Covid-19 infections falling dramatically among the…
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Decreasing Into His Purpose

By Oswald Chambers He must increase, but I must decrease. — John 3:30 If you become a necessity to a soul, you are out of God’s order. As a worker, your great responsibility is to be a friend of the Bridegroom. When once you see a soul in sight of the claims of Jesus Christ, you know that your influence has been in the right direction, and instead of putting out a hand to prevent the throes, pray that they grow ten times stronger until there is no power on earth or in hell that can hold that soul away from Jesus…
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Thank You – Provision

Pastor Gerard Dunphy Maranatha Christian Community Waterford Ireland Dear Gerard and Gerrit, Warm greetings from South Africa. We hope that you are well as we contend with the C19 plague that has infiltrated our lives. On behalf of our South African board and staff, I wish to thank the Maranatha Christian Community for the gift we have received towards a ministry that translates into ZAR4500.00 In years past - as Gerrit will recall - we have purchased shipping containers and converted them perfectly into mini-clinic facilities. At the time placing them in very impoverished communities under the service and care…
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Me and my Abishay

Hi Everyone I know that you “are fearfully and wonderfully made and great are your works o Lord” as both Pam and I are The clocks have been turned back an hour, so the wintertime is here again. Do not you just love the season. When you think about it there is a lot of good things about winter like hearty beef stew and lots of other tasty winter dishes that are not cooked any other time of the year. Other years we had Winterval which brought a buzz throughout the city. I myself, welcome back my Abishay into my…
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Power of Prayer

We all know the power in prayer. Why not get started right now by spending 4 minutes in prayer for what or who you are now thinking about. All intercession is prayer, but not all prayer is intercession. Prayer is talking with God. Intercession is petitioning God for the needs of another. As we study The Bible, we see examples of men and women who interceded for whole cities and nations, and because of their prayers history was changed. As Christians have observed the passionate, persistent, and often desperate prayers required to bring about change -  both in Scripture and…
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