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2010 June/July


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What Are You Focusing On?

What Are You Focusing On?From Lynette Hagin's Book, Along the Way!!

If you try, you can always find a way to highlight the good in a bad situation.

Would you say you were an optimist or a pessimist? When trouble strikes, do you immediately focus on scripture that says, “All things work together for good to those who love the Lord” (Rom. 8:28)? Or do you wring your hands and cry out, “Why is this happening to me?”

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Heart to Heart

Heart to HeartThe High Price of Freedom

//Kenneth W. Hagin

This is the time of year when we Americans celebrate the independence of this great and mighty nation. From the time America was established, people came to this country searching for freedom—freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom to bear arms, and all the other freedoms we enjoy.

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Faith's Equation

Faith's Equation

//Craig Hagin

A very familiar scripture for those who follow this ministry is Mark 11:23: “For verily I say unto you, That whosoever shall say unto this mountain, Be thou removed, and be thou cast into the sea; and shall not doubt in his heart, but shall believe that those things which he saith shall come to pass; he shall have whatsoever he saith.”

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The Power Generation

The Power Generation//Kenneth W. Hagin

We are a power generation.

Our daily lives are surrounded with power. We have power appliances, such as refrigerators, ovens, dishwashers, and microwaves. Our garages are filled with power tools that include saws, drills, and routers. We drive vehicles with power engines, power brakes, power steering, power locks, and power windows. It seems as though we can’t survive without power.

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Saving a Nation of Forgotten Youth

Saving a Nation of Forgotten YouthThere’s a revolution taking place among the youth of Uganda. And Matt and Angela Catinella, 2000 and 2001 RHEMA Bible Training Center graduates, are right in the middle of it. In a nation ravaged by the AIDS epidemic and increasing moral decline, a nation where youth are left to fend for themselves with little or no parental guidance, they are reaching out and making a difference—one youth at a time. “If we can train 20,” said Matt and Angela, “and 20 train 2,000, over time, we can reach a nation.”