The Spirit of Old-Time Camp Meetings Continues!

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Wow! What a great start to Campmeeting 2016! Energizing praise and worship. Times of refreshing in the Lord. Encouraging, uplifting preaching. Excitement in the Rhema Bible Church auditorium is so real that you can almost cut a slice out of it. And we're only halfway through the week!

In January of 1973 the Lord told Kenneth E. Hagin to hold a faith seminar and indoor camp meeting in the spirit of old-time outdoor camp meetings. And that pattern continues. Faith is taught in the morning, and the Holy Spirit is given free reign to move anytime, anywhere.

The week-long series of services began Sunday evening on a high note and momentum has been building. You don't want to miss out on what God will do for the rest of the week.

There's still time to get here. Campmeeting 2016 is taking place on the Rhema campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Services on Thursday and Friday are scheduled at 10:00 a.m., 2:30 p.m., and 7:30 p.m. Visit rhema.org/cm for more details.

If you can't join us in person, you can still be a part of our online congregation.
Watch live at rhema.tv or on demand. Additionally, you can watch on Rhema's Roku channel.


Rhema Campmeeting Is Starting Soon!

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With Campmeeting 2016 less than a one week away, the Rhema USA campus in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, is alive with excitement. The first service starts on Sunday, July 24, at 6:00 p.m. Don't miss out!

This is the kind of event where healings and breakthroughs take place. It's where people get answers and are set free from whatever has them bound.

Check out rhema.org/cm for all the details and service times. Also, share your excitement for Campmeeting 2016 on your favorite social media sites with #RhemaCM. Come ready . . . come expecting!

We're looking forward to seeing you here! But if you can't join us in person, you can still be a part. Watch live at rhema.tv or on demand. Or you can watch on Rhema's Roku channel.



Wow! What a Week!

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Winter Bible Seminar & Rhema Worldwide Homecoming 2016 Broken Arrow, Oklahoma—The Rhema family from across the U.S. and around the world came home February 14-19. What a glorious time of fellowship, refreshing, and impartation!

During the 8:30 and 9:30 morning sessions, directors and key team members of Rhema USA and international campuses preached. Every morning at 10:30, Lynette Hagin taught the congregation on prayer before leading them in times of powerful prayer for breakthrough and their nations. Each evening Kenneth W. Hagin finished out the day with timely messages on remembering the power of God's Word and understanding the day we live in.


Satan Is Defeated

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Focus on the wonder-working God Who fights our battles for us

We need to remember that the Lord has already defeated Satan at the cross. We should quit magnifying Satan and giving him so much credit. Instead, we should focus on the wonder-working God Who fights our battles for us. Then we would see with our own eyes the victories we long for!

If the devil has been bombarding you with temptations, tests, and trials, remember—the battle is not yours. It's God's. You don't have to try to "fight" Satan. Just stand your ground with the Word of God. And begin to praise Him for performing for you what He promised in His Word (Rom. 4:21; Heb. 10:23).


3 Steps to a Closer Walk with God in the New Year


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The word sanctification means a dedication to seeking God and becoming more Christ-like while turning away from sin and a world-centered lifestyle. Sanctification is the process of pursuing God and becoming more like Jesus.

Here are 3 steps to help believers maintain the process of sanctification.

1. Put God's Word in Your Heart

Begin the sanctification process by putting God’s Word in your heart. Read it, believe it, study it, memorize it, think on it, and obey it. Start by establishing a time of daily Bible reading. Some Bibles provide a schedule to help you read through God’s Word in a year.

Prior to each reading, ask God to give you insight into His Word and thank Him in faith for doing so. Write down scriptures that the Holy Spirit quickens to you.