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Put Your Spirit In Charge

4 FebMar2016 KWHarticle


// Kenneth W. Hagin


SOME CHRISTIANS don't realize they are three-part beings. You are a spirit; you have a soul; and you live in a body. When you are born again, your spirit is recreated. To grow in Christ, your mind must be renewed with the Word of God (Rom. 12:2).


What, then, are you to do with your body—the house you live in (2 Cor. 5:1)? Remember, your body is not who you really are. Your spirit is the real you.


Most Christians don't live like they are spirit beings. They seem unaware that the Spirit of Almighty God lives in them. Many allow their bodies to control the way they live.


It shouldn't be that way. A Christian who lives according to his physical senses will run into trouble. He won't be able to accurately listen to his heart and follow the Holy Spirit's leading.

 

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When the Spirit Leads You to Pray--Pray!

Article 1 Pic 8// Kenneth E. Hagin

I want to share with you one particular experience from my life of a time when I was led by the Holy Spirit to pray. Back in 1979, we began holding Prayer and Healing School on the RHEMA campus. The musicians would sing a little bit, and we’d take up an offering. Then, they would turn the service over to me. Often, I would stay in a room by myself and pray before coming out to take over the service.

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Facing Suicide

4 April2019 Facing Suicide Feature-SmallPeople are suffering from broken hearts.

Even when surrounded by godly people, it is possible to reach a place with so much pressure and pain that you cannot help yourself—you need the Body of Christ to reach out. Instead of casual advice like, "Believe God," you need someone gracious enough to put an arm around you and say, "We're standing with you."

Let's minister lovingly to hurting people—especially during times of trial, weariness, or grief. We need to realize that insensitive words minister to no one. Such words do not bring life. Let's pray for and strengthen one another with compassion and fulfill Jesus' commission to heal the brokenhearted!

—Kenneth W. Hagin

Having a loved one commit suicide is extremely difficult. Surviving family members deal with intensified forms of normal grief (guilt, anger, confusion, and so forth) and frequently feel isolated from others. They may feel shame about the manner of their loved one's death and not know how to explain it.

Those who would normally offer support to the family may also feel uncomfortable. They may keep their distance due to their awkward feelings and difficulty of not knowing what to say.

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Honoring Mothers

9 May2018 SeedThoughts// Lynette Hagin


MOTHER'S DAY IN the U.S. has been an official holiday on the second Sunday in May since 1914. Certainly, it is fitting to set aside a day to honor the person who was responsible for us being on the earth. The Bible honors wives and mothers in Proverbs 31:10–30. I particularly like two of the verses in the New Living Translation. Verse 11 says, "Her husband can trust her, and she will greatly enrich his life." Verse 28 states, "Her children stand and bless her. Her husband praises her."

Mothers are one of the most important individuals in our lives. A survey conducted among children said they would choose the love and approval of their mother over money, fame, or possessions.

When asked who the most influential person in his life was, Winston Churchill replied, "My mother."

George Washington said, "My mother was the most beautiful woman I ever saw. All I am I owe to my mother. I attribute all my success in life to the moral, intellectual and physical education I received from her."

Motherhood is an awesome responsibility. Unfortunately, there aren't any courses you can take that will prepare you for the joys, challenges, heartache, and laughter that motherhood brings. God created the father as the head of the home. However, the mother is the heart of the home.


A child was asked, "Where is your home?" The little fellow replied, "Where Mother is." As keeper of the home, God has endowed mothers with special traits that qualify her for strenuous and honorable tasks.

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Winter Bible Seminar and Rhema Worldwide Homecoming 2019

Winter Bible SeminarAnticipate Great Things!

The Rhema campus is abuzz with excitement as preparations begin for Winter Bible Seminar & Rhema Worldwide Homecoming 2019! On February 17-22, people from around the world will gather in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, for this notable event. Through worship, ministry, and fellowship, the attendees are strengthened and encouraged in their faith!

Join Rhema Bible Training College alumni and students from campuses around the world—and anyone influenced by Kenneth Hagin Ministries—as they "come home" for this great celebration. Registration is free and open to everyone.

Services begin Sunday, February 17, at 6 p.m. in the Rhema Bible Church auditorium and continue Monday through Friday. Various speakers will minister at 8:30 and 9:30 a.m., followed by Lynette Hagin at 10:30 a.m. and Kenneth W. Hagin at 7 p.m.

Children and youth ministry are available for infants through 12th graders during the evening sessions only. First through 5th grade will meet in the Rhema Kids Auditorium. Winter Blitz services for 6th through 12th graders will meet in the Varsity Youth Building Monday through Wednesday and Friday.

Some activities held throughout the week include a parade of nations, an RBTC alumni fellowship and reunion luncheon, and a WPC Meet and Greet with the Hagins. You don't want to miss this outstanding weeklong event!

WBS guests may attend first- and second-hour RBTC classes throughout the week.

Services are also available via the Rhema USA app or online at rhema.tv. To learn more or preregister, visit rhema.org/wbs or call (918) 258-1588, ext. 2238