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Honoring True Heroes

Memorial Day//Kenneth W. Hagin

Memorial Day is a time where we recognize the fallen heroes of our land—men and women who gave their lives so others could live in freedom.

The online Merriam-Webster's Dictionary defines the word hero as "an illustrious warrior; a person admired for achievements and noble qualities; one who shows great courage." The world has many heroes. Some are famous; others are unknown. We're thankful for everyone who has served in our military, but this month we are honoring those who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to their country.

Men and women have died in battle so their loved ones might live in freedom. Their sacrifice is matched only by the sacrifice of grieving parents whose children did not return, of spouses who will face the future alone, and of children who will grow up without a father or mother.

There is one Hero, however, who towers above the rest. And we must honor and recognize the Hero of heroes, the One Who gave His life so everyone might have life: Jesus Christ, the Son of God.

Jesus died for the sins of all mankind! He bore the punishment for all humanity! He knew suffering and agony so that we could have victory, peace, healing, mercy, joy, and love. When heroes are honored, usually Jesus' Name is not mentioned. Yet His Name should be at the top of the list! No hero on earth compares with Him.

I thank God that we can live free in this country because of the heroes who gave their lives. And I thank God that we can live in spiritual freedom because Jesus shed His blood on the cross.

Let's not forget those who have died serving our country. But let us never forget Jesus Christ, the Hero of heroes. He is our real Hero—on Memorial Day and every day.

 


 

 

Note: This article is taken from Heart to Heart in Word of Faith magazine May 2018. 

 

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RBTC Graduates Minister LIFE—Rhema In Action

International Rhema DaySupporting Rhema—Reaching the World

Graduates in Action Report

Newborn Madilyn Grace arrived at 24 weeks—16 weeks before her due date—and weighed one pound, 10 ounces. Her lungs were undeveloped, and she needed mechanical ventilation to help her breathe. She needed a miracle.

Madilyn's parents were full of faith thanks to their pastors—Rhema grads Carl and Belinda Benton. They taught the young couple faith and how to believe God for miracles. The baby was born on a Sunday, and the mom was in church the following Sunday. She and her husband continued feeding their faith and stood on the uncompromising Word of God. Madilyn's parents, the Bentons, and the church family believed God to heal baby Madilyn Grace.

Read full article here.

Help Train More Laborers Like Carl and Belinda

You can be a part of stories like this. International Rhema Day gives you the opportunity to help train more men and women to preach the Good News of Jesus Christ. Many people around the world need miracles. And you can help change that!

International Rhema Day is May 6. Your gift is felt wherever our graduates go. Click here to give a gift.

 

 

 

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Winter Bible Seminar — Wrap Up

Article WBS WrapUP

The Wednesday-through-Friday services at Winter Bible Seminar provided a strong ending to a dynamic week!

Pastor Kenneth W. Hagin continued to teach about the role of angels in our lives. According to the Bible, they are ministering spirits to us that have received salvation. They are here to help and protect us, even if we don't see them.

On Thursday night, Pastor Hagin had a special message for the Rhema Family: Don't underestimate the value of faith! Whenever you preach, make sure to preach all the subjects in the Bible, with faith as your foundation.

During the rest of the 10:30 morning services, Rev. Lynette Hagin taught further in depth about living consecrated lives unto God. She gave three keys to revival: Repentance, prayer, and commitment. She encouraged attendees to walk in love and forgiveness with one another.

Those attending also heard uplifting messages from the RBTC USA instructors. During the 8:30 and 9:30 morning sessions, the speakers taught on strengthening our faith, how to have peace in the storms of life, and many other encouraging topics.

Friday night, Pastor Hagin closed out Winter Bible Seminar 2018 with a powerful healing service. He taught those present how to receive healing, then laid hands on all the people who came forward. Many were healed!

Check out a little piece of WBS 2018:

"God's healing power is present all the time! You gotta learn how to activate it." //Kenneth W. Hagin

"In life, you'll have opportunities every day to practice forgiveness." //Lynette Hagin

"Before you start a pity party, let the Word of God arise in your heart!" //Craig Hagin

"The systematic set discourse of God's Word from our lips form the building blocks of the life of faith." //Tad Gregurich

"Opposition is not an indicator of the will of God." //Tony McKinnon

"God has a blueprint. When God made you, He made you with a blueprint of purpose." //Dan Taylor

 

 

Learn more about Winter Bible Seminar . . .

>> Get MP3s of Winter Bible Seminar here. 

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Back to the Basics—Back to Healing

By Rev. Kenneth W. Hagin

No matter how well we know a subject, if we don’t continue to practice or review what we have learned, we will forget some things. There are certain subjects we need to continually brush up on, and healing is one of them.

—Kenneth W. Hagin

Often when ministers in the “word of faith” movement begin a sermon by saying, “I’m going to teach on the subject of healing,” most people in the congregation will say to themselves, "I already know about healing". Well, people may think they already know all there is to know about healing, but when there’s a healing line, more than half the congregation will get in line for prayer! That tells me they don’t know as much about healing as they think. Or they don’t know how to walk in the light of what they know.

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Winter Bible Seminar — Midweek Report

Denise Hagin Burns Winter Bible Seminar

What a strong start to Winter Bible Seminar 2018! Pastor Hagin started a series of messages on the covenant we have with God. It's vital to know our rights and privileges. We have a much better covenant with better promises! The surety of the covenant is Jesus Christ, our mediator. It's also important to know that our covenant is based on Jesus' blood — it cannot be broken. Because of the blood, we're entitled to the new covenant and all it's benefits!

Lynette Hagin spoke on the importance of living a holy, consecrated life unto God. If we want revival to come, it starts with us. We need to live according to the Word of God, and reject the things of this world that can pollute our minds. How do we do this? By communing with the Father and reading the Bible every day.

Other speakers included Rhema Bible Training College instructors.

Here are some powerful quotes from all the speakers:

"The power of the blood of Jesus is the key to the new covenant!" //Kenneth W. Hagin

"It's so important that we don't take the things of God for granted." //Lynette Hagin

"It's a choice to let the peace of God rule in your heart." //Denise Hagin Burns

"Every one of us can find a justification to resign. Have a resignation prevention plan." //Joe Duininck

"Sin will cause you to not live to your full potential." //Doug Jones

"The enemy wants you to quit your faith and just 'put up' with life." //Kirk Dubois

We are looking forward to all God has to tell us the rest of the week! To catch all the services live, you can watch on rhema.tv. They will be archived afterwards on vimeo.com/rhema.

Learn more . . .

>> Get MP3s of Winter Bible Seminar here.