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Excerpt from El Shaddai by Kenneth E. Hagin

El Shaddai"No!" I said. "I don't mind telling you, I'll  never have the Asian flu.”{/selflink}

An excerpt from the book El Shaddai by Kenneth E. Hagin

"I was preaching at a Full Gospel church in October 1957 when an epidemic of Asian flu hit Southern California. I picked up The Los Angeles Times and the headline said that 2 million people in Southern California had the Asian flu."

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Get Acquainted With Your Heavenly Father

Get Acquainted With Your Heavenly Fatherby Kenneth E. Hagin

Spiritually speaking, there are only two families on the earth: the family of God and the family of Satan. Every person, regardless of heritage or background, belongs to one of those two families.

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Report from Recent Colombia and Mexico Trip


Colombia and MexicoWhen I think about Kenneth Hagin Ministries’ small beginnings, I am amazed by all that our Rhema graduates have accomplished. They are changing nations! Because our graduates have obeyed the call of God on their lives, millions around the world have been born again, filled with the Holy Spirit, and healed through the power of God. None of this would have been possible if it weren’t for you—our friends and partners who have faithfully helped us with your prayers and financial gifts. Thank you for standing with us! Together, we are taking Jesus to the world!

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Maintaining a Positive Attitude


Maintaining Positive Attitude

by Lynette Hagin

We often become disappointed and discouraged in life when things don’t work out the way we think they should. Perhaps the job promotion we were expecting didn’t come through; maybe our family or friends let us down. If we’re not careful, these disappointments will begin to sap our joy and we will begin to question God, asking why His plan for our life doesn’t seem to be unfolding.

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What Is Your Dream?

dreamBy Lynette Hagin From Kindle the Flame 2004

God has plans for us. Many times, God wraps up His thoughts and plans for us in our dreams—dreams that we may have had since childhood. For example, I always knew that I would marry a minister. And, thank God, I married a good preacher. I love to hear my husband preach! The dream of marrying a preacher was important because I knew that my destiny was wrapped up in that dream.