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Relationships - Self Love Relationship - Loving oneself means caring about oneself, taking responsibility for oneself, respecting oneself, and knowing oneself (being realistic and honest about one's strengths and weaknesses). In order to be able to truly love another person, a person needs first to love oneself in this way.
Loving yourself is an important part of enjoying and getting the most out of your life. It's also crucial for getting and maintaining satisfying relationships with others. Loving yourself is mainly having self-respect, which is the only dependable way to create love in your own life. To be able to be loved, you must love and respect yourself as much as you do others.
Stop trying to be perfect. Stop criticizing yourself for being less than perfect. Always do your best, but not reaching perfection is not failure. Don't let anyone's expectations of you put any pressure on you. Remember that no matter what, you will always be perfect just the way you are, flaws and all.
Be sure to Tune in to OH! RADIO SHOW's LIVE broadcast which is re-scheduled to air on Wednesday NOV.19 at 6:30-7:30p.m. Standard Mountain Time (sorry, rescheduled from NOV. 13 to NOV. 19). Finale discussion of SELF LOVE RELATIONSHIP. Out-Spoken Heart-to-Heart discussions. If your Relationship is out of balance it is time to bring things into a greater balance - physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. All relationships may need adjustments.
OH! RADIO SHOW HOST GREATLY APPRECIATES your patience and support! Thanks much for tuning in to the Nov. 7 broadcast. I am sure that you enjoyed listening to the show just as much as I, Martha Wooden enjoyed presenting it to you. Until we meet here again, I leave you with much love and peace.
ORGANIZED EVIL PART 3 - Light of Lucifer Vs The Light & Life of Christ
Yahweh SaBaot Pronounced Yä-wá' (or Yod-Há-Väv-Há') Sa-bâ'ôt, the name derives from sabaôth, which means "armies" or "hosts" (a vast multitude).
The compound name appears more than 285 times in the Old Testament, primarily in Isaiah, Jeremiah, Haggai, Zechariah and Malachi, as well as many times in the Psalms. Interestingly, the name never appears in the Torah (the first five books).
Most so called "christians" are playing checkers,
while the devils / enemy is playing chess.
Masterteacher33; Will Rogers
EVIL IS ORGANIZED LIVING
EVIL IS ORGANIZED POLITICS; MILITARY; ECONOMICS; SCIENCE; CULTURE AND ORGANIZED RELIGION!
What does God say about involvement with the occult?
Deuteronomy 18:9-12 NIV. "When you enter the land the Lord your God is giving you, do not learn to imitate the detestable ways of the nations there. Let no one be found among you who practices divination or sorcery, interprets omens, engages in witchcraft, or casts spells, or who is a medium or spiritualist or who consults the dead. Anyone who does these things is detestable to the Lord."
Like the good angels, evil angels are also organized. The Apostle Paul said that the Christian is battling a highly organized enemy in the spirit world.
For our struggle is not against enemies of blood and flesh, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers of this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places (Ephesians 6:12).
I want to affirm again that In our efforts as a minstry, we are needing to affirm to the Body of Christ and even to ourselves that it isnt't enough just to know about someone. The knowledge of someone comes from hearing about the person wether it be good or bad info. Which would need to be looked into before allowing that person to come in contact with you. Rom 10:14-15 describes the believer of Jesus Christ needing to bring the good news to those that don't know about the Lord and Savior of the world Jesus Christ. Today is the day that we move forward to teach on the knowledge of the Lord Jesus and Experience Him as we ought to. Paul mentioned in Phillipians 3:10 I want to know Christ and the power of his resurrection and the fellowship of sharing in his sufferings, becoming like him in his death
This is the third part of the aspects of Fearing God from Proverbs 2:1-5. It is impossible to separate Holiness from Fearing God. Each is commanded by God and are inseparable. This part will start from the second half of verse three. Without Fearing God, it would be impossible to actually live Holy as God is Holy. We also will continue the aspect of you as the Temple of God, because it also is connected to Holiness and Fearing God.
The end result of spiritual warfare and deliverance is seen at the end of Acts 16 when Paul and Silas wind up in jail for their actions. What can we learn from this?
Getting back to basics by examining the Word of God and, especially, the Book of Acts Church, The Porch Online Bible Study is taking a deeper look into how the early church served the Lord.
Our desire is to find and restore the priesthood of the Believer and the world shaking influence the Early Church had. By delving deeper into scripture we will find the Church the Lord intended and not the one man created.
The Church Age is not over and therefore what took place in the Upper Room is as much for now as it was on the Day of Pentecost. If you know that there is more to your spiritual walk with Yeshua/Jesus and you want more then you are welcome to join us on this journey as we get back to basics!
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In this episode we conclude our look at the armor of God in Ephesians chapter 6.
Satan desires to sift you as wheat. Not only is it his desire but he is presently succeeding in America. That rotting corpse smell is result of a Church that is no longer salt. As goes the Church, so goes any nation. Our only hope is to repent and be vigilant for the cities of our God. Yet, how shall we be vigilant if we are not equipped? Tune into Standing Firm as we begin our series on the Armor of God. Yes, we are in a war but this war is spiritual in nature and we must equip ourselves with spiritual combat gear and know how to engage in this battle for the heart and soul of America. Liberty under God is on the verge of distinction in our age. Will you rise up or will you go back to sleep. Now is not the time for timid men but for the bold men of God to confront the evil of our day.
Join us for Part 3 of The Armor of God!
Standing Firm is a ministry of Reformed Church of the Holy Trinity.
For most, sharing what God has given is a part of our lifestyle. If we are simply depending on the Lord to live His life through us, we may be accomplishing far more in hidden ways than an entire ministry in the public arena.
The idea that those who minister should be acknowledged, honored and compensated by those receiving ministry is well-founded, both scripturally, culturally, historically and experientially. Yet the nature and duty of a minister is to give, regardless of what is given in return.
Ministry and Money
Earlier we discussed valuing time and attention. God values these, and needs them to be able to fully develop our relationship with Him. God also values your money. Not because He needs it, but because YOU do—how and when you spend it matters to Him. Money isn’t important to God, but because it’s important to us, He greatly uses it to accomplish His purposes for us—dependence, healing and exposing our flesh. If cooking was the most important thing to us, cooking would be what the Lord used to get our attention.
Our finances, and our financial needs, are a primary focus and means by which we control others, God and even ourselves. We gauge how we are doing by our financial status; if we’re doing well financially, God must be pleased with what we’re doing for Him.
The Lord knows what needs each of us has, both soulically and in the natural. He has already met them, though He often uses our unmet financial needs to get our attention. But there is absolutely no correlation between the Lord meeting our needs and our involvement in any kind of ministry: We don’t have to be in full-time ministry for the Lord to be meeting our financial needs, in whatever way He chooses.