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Remember: Your Words Can Conquer Mountains

NewsPic WordsArticle"No matter the size of anything we face, Jesus told us how to conquer it."

//Kenneth W. Hagin

History tells us that when some early American settlers reached the Rocky Mountains, they wouldn't go any farther. Crossing these mountains seemed impossible to them. They became dismayed at the enormity of their challenge. Some settled on the eastern slope of the Rockies, and others turned around and headed back home.

Everyone Encounters Mountains

Just as these settlers faced physical mountains, people today are confronted with figurative mountains: problems, difficulties, hardships, and impossibilities. Encountering mountains, or difficulties in life, is inevitable. We all come across them. No one is problem free. Some of our "mountains" are big like the Rockies, and some are small like the Ozarks.

Hardships, like mountains, can seem permanent. They try to tell us that they have been around a long time and we can't do anything about them. And like mountains, they can seem intimidating. But we must not allow any difficulty or hardship to intimidate us. No matter the size of anything we face, Jesus told us how to conquer it.

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Men's Conference: Building Champions

Article CTA 4A Call to Arms —Review

Kenneth W. Hagin's opened A Call to Arms Men's Conference with a strong exhortation for men to see themselves as God's masterpieces. "We must fight to be the men God designed us to be—not just spiritually, but naturally too. God created us to be a reflection of Him on the earth." The conference only continued to build from there.

For three days, men listened to messages on their identity in Christ, the power of praise and humility, and enduring to the end. The weak left strong, the sick left healed, and men were transformed from the inside out. They were equipped and empowered to be all that God called them to be.

Here's a sample of what men heard this year. Be sure to join us next year for A Call to Arms 2018, to be held November 1-3 on the Rhema USA campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

A Call to Arms Speaker Highlights

"Today's society is challenging manhood. We must refuse to accept the enemy's trash talk. We have to realize who we are. We are men of God, and we are fearfully and wonderfully made." // Kenneth W. Hagin

"The devil is going to get some punches in. We might get knocked against the ropes, but we have to endure. Because if we endure, we win!" // Craig W. Hagin

"Walking in honor has a lot to do with our attitude and posture in the way we handle relationships. It's impossible to walk in love without honor and respect." // Steve Yoder

"What you expect tends to show up. What you magnify, you'll get more of! When you magnify the Provider, provision shows up." // David Crammer

"Set your eyes as flint to finish the race God has called you to. Don't quit. Don't give up. And don't settle for status quo. You were born to be a champion." // Marcus Martinez

 

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A Christmas Wish: From Stressed to Blessed (2)

WOF 12 12 Pic1// Kenneth W. Hagin

Stress is something we have to deal with continually. Actually, this time of year there seems to be more stress on people. But God wants to help us with our stress!

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A Christmas Wish: From Stressed to Blessed

WOF 12 12 Pic1// Kenneth W. Hagin

Stress is something we have to deal with continually. Actually, this time of year there seems to be more stress on people. But God wants to help us with our stress!

Psalm 40:4 says, "Blessed is that man who makes the Lord his trust" (NKJV). You could also read this verse, "Stressed is that man who does not make the Lord his trust." Our Heavenly Father wants us to trust Him. He does not want us to live stressed out! So let's look at a few things that can cause stress in our lives and consider some ways to handle them.

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Remain Thankful on Thanksgiving

 

ThanksgivingThe best Thanksgiving season is filled with words of encouragement, words of thankfulness, and words of kindness.

by Lynette Hagin

This month, the United States of America celebrates a holiday which almost no other nation observes—Thanksgiving Day. Originally, it was a time set aside by our forefathers to give thanks to God for bringing them through a critical year. Today, Thanksgiving means different things to different people.