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Remembering 9-11

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Reflecting on the 15 year anniversary of 9-11: 9/11: God's Call to Repent There are many questions to be asked about the tragedy of 9-11. How could this happen to a "Christian Nation"? Where was God on that day? Why didn't God protect America? Who caused these attacks? Couldn't God have stopped this from happening? What is the meaning of this tragedy? Most of us remember the shocking images on 9-11-2001 as the World Trade Center buildings were destroyed by several evil men in airplanes. On that day 15 years ago, I began to pray to God and ask Him why did this tragedy happen. The Lord revealed to me the meaning of these events from His perspective. On that day the Lord removed his hand of protection that has been over America as a warning for us to humble ourselves, return to Him and repent. For many years America has drifted away from the Lord. We no longer walk in His ways and honor him as Lord. God was showing us that He is the one that protects us from evil. We are completely dependent on Him. Do we trust in our political and military power or is our…
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Miracles of God

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God's Miracles: God has performed many miracles during the past 20 years of ministry. In the late 90's, The Lord had called me to do several weekly nursing home services. One Sunday as I was preparing for the service in the Chapel, a lady in a wheelchair told me that a terminal patient down the hall had been unplugged from life support and was expected to die several days ago. She believed that there was a reason that he was still alive. I went into the room and the man was lying motionless on the bed. The Holy Spirit told me to lead him in a sinners prayer even though he couldn't physically respond. I prayed with him and then asked the Lord to take him with angels to Heaven. His two daughters were in the room and I asked them if they were believers. They told me that they didn't know Jesus and I led both of them to Christ. I returned to the Chapel and the lady in the wheelchair joined us several minutes later and told me that the man had just passed away. She stayed for the service and gave her life to Christ during the…
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Prayer

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Prayer Changes us: Prayer changes us because it takes our focus off of ourselves and our problems and causes us to look up to God. The Bible commands us not to worry but instead pray and put our trust in God. "Have no anxiety about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let you requests be made known to God. And the peace of which passes all understanding, will keep your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus." Philippians 4:6,7. The Bible promises that the Lord will fill us with peace when we stop worrying and begin to pray." I pray to the Father, "Please take away this fear and worry. I place it all in Your Hands because I trust Your Love. I am safe in Your Arms and I rest in Your Presence. I need not fear because You are with me. You Love me and You will keep me from Harm. I trust Your love". The Prayer Closet: We need to find a place to separate from this world and be alone with God. Moses pitched the Tent of Meeting outside the camp for people to seek the Lord. "Now Moses used to take…
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In the Name of Love

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In the Name of Love Verse 1: Another life is taken, another baby dies; in a world of hatred it all seems right. Another man is dying on the streets alone; without a family, without a home. Chorus: In the name of Jesus, in the name of God, in the name of heaven, in the name of love. In a Christian nation, in the Church of God, any name your using, it isn't love. Verse 2: Another home is broken, another family dies; another child is weeping, asking "Why". Another heart is broken, another lie is told; another finger's pointed, another love grows cold. Chorus. Written by Peter Schuler
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