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Hope 4 Today examines practical life issues through the lens of the Bible. Host Najja E. Brown greets the audience with hope and encouragement from God's Word.

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As a believer in Christ Jesus, a call to service is a delight! Whether ordained clergy or not, God desires that all be laborers in His kingdom. When God gives us an assignment, He equips us to carry out His work. His calling always includes a concern about others and the condition of their souls. Ministry is not merely something we can do, but something we must do. How does one know when God is calling? It is when we see the collaborative working of God's divine purpose uniting with our willingness to go. Isaiah 6:8 (NKJV) says, "Also I heard the voice of the Lord, saying: ?Whom shall I send, And who will go for Us?? Then I said, ?Here am I! Send me.? Join us Tuesday, January 26, 2021, at 3:30 PM, PST. Evangelist Judy Harris, our special guest, will share her story about her call and response into a life of ministry. To speak with the host call in (646) 668-2946 Hope4Today is an outreach program of Yield to the King Ministry. You may contact us through our website www.yieldtothekingministry.org Hope4Today is an outreach program of Yield to the King Ministry. You may contact us through our website www.yieldtothekingministry.org
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