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Our Faith Is Enough!

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If we're not careful, we can begin to feel that everything depends on us. That's what the world teaches. But God wants us to live by faith in what Jesus purchased on the cross at Calvary.

 Christ redeemed us! And we cannot add to or take away from His redemptive work on the cross. That work was all-sufficient and all-inclusive. It is not being paid for on an installment plan. No! When Jesus—the spotless Lamb of God—shed His blood at Calvary, the redemptive work was completed once and for all! Read more. . .

 

 

 

 

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Winter Bible Seminar & Rhema Worldwide Homecoming 2022

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The World Came Home!

An icy mix blanketed Broken Arrow during Winter Bible Seminar and Worldwide Homecoming. However, freezing temperatures could not dampen the fire of revival that burned on the Rhema campus. At times the Rhema Church Auditorium felt charged with electricity as the Word came forth. All the messages were designed to help the Rhema family successfully navigate the last days. Healings were wrought, hearts were strengthened, and believers left empowered by the Spirit to do what God called them to do.
Make plans to join us next year for Winter Bible Seminar and Rhema Homecoming, February 19-24. Here are some highlights from the week.

Speaker Highlights
"There is a Heaven to gain and a hell to shun, and it is our responsibility to tell people. The Church is built by Jesus Christ and empowered by the Holy Spirit. We are the Church! And in these last days, we are to bring the power of God to a lost and dying world!" // Kenneth W. Hagin
"God has higher assignments for those who are here today. But to complete those assignments, you have to get closer to Him. There is a relationship with God where you automatically think like Him. When your thinking becomes like God's thoughts and not your thoughts, then it's easy to hear His instructions." // Lynette Hagin
"It is time for us to understand our position in Christ and the authority we have as believers! You can have what you ask. If you realize your authority in Christ, it will change your life! God doesn't just want to give you what you ask or think. He wants to do exceedingly abundantly above what you ask or think!" // Craig W. Hagin
"There is a lot of power in corporate prayer. Not only does the Holy Spirit show up, but we are also filled with boldness to speak the Word. We need boldness in these last days. Power comes as a result of us being together. If we can hook up in unity and go deeper, imagine the results it will produce." // Denise Hagin Burns

Don't Miss a Moment!
• See photos and highlights on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook or follow the hashtag #rhemaWBS.
• Watch the video archives at youtube.com/rhemausa, vimeo.com/rhema, or Facebook @kennethhaginministries.
• Purchase CDs, DVDs, and MP3s online at the Rhema Store.

 

 

 

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Winter Bible Seminar and Rhema Worldwide Homecoming February 20-25, 2022!

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Every few years, the Rhema USA campus comes alive with students and graduates from around the globe. International delegations come home for Kenneth Hagin Ministries' Winter Bible Seminar & Rhema Worldwide Homecoming!

Services begin Sunday, February 20, 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.

Services will also be livestreamed on YouTube, Facebook, rhema.tv, and the Rhema USA app. Be sure to watch for event updates on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. To learn more or preregister, visit rhema.org/wbs or call 1-866-312-0972. Registration is free and open to everyone!

Winter Bible Seminar & Rhema Worldwide Homecoming is a special time in the Word and the Spirit. Activities include a parade of flags and a worldwide Rhema Bible Training College alumni fellowship.

Make plans now to be there!

 

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Act on God’s Word!

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// Kenneth E. Hagin

STOP TRYING to make God's Word work and start acting on the Word. If we know that the Word is true and if we act as though it is true, it becomes a reality in our lives.

Let me share with you the testimony of A.B. Simpson. He just acted like the Word is true and received his healing. I read his testimony years ago in a Christian magazine. Dr. Simpson, a Presbyterian minister at the time of his healing, later founded the Christian and Missionary Alliance. At the age of 46, he was told he was dying of a heart condition and was given only about six months to live.

Dr. Simpson said he had heard many testimonies of healing, even in his own church. He took a short leave of absence and went up to his farm, where he could spend a lot of time studying God's Word.

 

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His Name Shall Be Called Wonderful

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// Kenneth E. Hagin

"For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace."
—ISAIAH 9:6

IN THIS TEXT, Isaiah, by the Spirit of God, is prophesying concerning the birth of Jesus, the coming Messiah.

We could preach a sermon or two on the phrase "his name shall be called Wonderful," then preach several on "Counsellor" and "The mighty God." In fact, we could almost preach forever on these phrases. In this article we'll consider the phrase "his name shall be called Wonderful."

Jesus was Wonderful in His conception and the announcing of His birth. All of the writers of the Gospel cover the story, but because Luke goes into a little more detail, I like his account best.

Luke begins by telling us the angel Gabriel was sent from God unto Nazareth, a city in Galilee, to a virgin named Mary. She was espoused, or engaged, to a man named Joseph. When Gabriel greeted Mary and told her she was highly favored by God, she was troubled. She was not sure what manner of salutation this was. Let's let the Word of God tell the rest. Read More...