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September 2017

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Quality Pays

Heart to Heart

1 Sept2017 KWH H2H// Kenneth W. Hagin

Excellence means something of valuable quality. That's the kind of people we should be.

Have you ever bought anything advertised as being "just like the original"? It's supposed to be like the original but a lot cheaper. You go ahead and buy the cheaper brand instead of the name brand, thinking you're getting a good deal! There's truth in the saying, "You get what you pay for." Have you ever noticed that cheap merchandise doesn't hold up very long?

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Is It God’s Will to Heal You?

2 Sept2017 KEHarticle TimelessTeaching// Kenneth E. Hagin

SCRIPTURE REVEALS the nature of God to us. It also reveals the attitude of God toward sin, sickness, and disease. God's nature has not changed through the ages. Neither has His attitude changed toward sin, sickness, and disease.

You need to know this to understand divine healing. In fact, the first principal fact you should know about divine healing is:It is God's will to heal you, because healing is in His redemptive plan.

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Prayer: The Courtroom of Heaven

3 Sept2017 DuBois SinglePg// Kirk DuBois
PRAYER IS working together with God to fulfill His plan on the earth. And we, the Church, are to be participators, not spectators. We are called to partner with the Holy Spirit and the Lord Jesus Christ. Mark 16:20 says that the disciples went everywhere preaching the Word, the Lord working with them. Likewise, we are to work with Jesus.

Effective prayer is a subject that needs to be taught. In Luke 11:1 it says, "And it came to pass, that, as he was praying in a certain place, when he ceased, one of his disciples said unto him, Lord, teach us to pray, as John also taught his disciples." The disciples watched Jesus pray. Notice that they didn't ask Him to teach them how to do miracles, heal the sick, cast out demons, or preach.

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A Twofold Calling—CEO and Youth Pastor

4 Sept2017 ReportingArticle DePalmoSpecial Report

"WHAT AM I going to do?" The writing was on the wall—his job wouldn't last much longer. Young and newly married, Jay DePalmo, a '96 graduate of Rhema Bible Training College, was about to take another step in God's plan.

A building caught his eye as his car pulled up to an intersection. God's voice surprised him, "Go in and apply." It was the strongest Jay had ever heard the Lord speak in his heart—not audibly, just in his heart—so clear that he felt like turning around as if someone was in the backseat! Instead of continuing home, he turned the wheel, parked his car and went inside "Hobby Lobby" for the first time in his life.

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Covenant-Minded Champions

5 Sept2017 CTASpeakerHighlightBrim SinglePg// Chip Brim

JUST FOR FUN, I was thinking about who I would have drafted if I coached in the biblical days. I'd take David in the first-round draft pick. He had no fear. He attacked a giant as if it was no big deal. Then I'd take Abraham. He was fully persuaded and coachable.

I said, "God, I want to coach and train and help more Davids and Abrahams. Help me to do that." And I began to see how they were focused. They were dialed in to their covenant—like a scope!