God is so gracious and kind toward us. All that we have comes from His bountiful hands. Sometimes we fail to recognize that every gift we have received comes from God. I do mean everything! No one can claim that he or she has received any good gift because of his or her own contributions,…

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Thanks be unto God that His grace and mercy insure that we lack no good thing. Our God can supply all our needs according to His riches in glory. There is no want in Him. He is able to meet our every need. All we need to do is to ask Him and He will…

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As I thought about this devotion, given this virus season we are in, I pondered how the Lord knows the hairs on my head. There were times when I had not gotten my usual haircut. So, I just wonder; although some of these hairs are grey, the Lord knows them. In the past, when I…

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When all looks hopeless; hold on to hope. Cling tightly to the hope in Christ Jesus. The songwriter wrote. “Build your hope on things eternal. Hold to God’s unchanging hand.” Never let go, for God has the power to bring us through. Do not let go of hope, even when all looks lost and you…

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In my humble opinion, today’s devotion is a word we need. Good news in times of trouble! For much of 2020, we have only heard bad news. Coronavirus and other events have changed the very course of our lives. Every time we have heard or seen the news, it is devastating. Therefore, we need to…

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As believers, we must always follow the Lord’s instructions. The Lord instructs us to love the Lord with all our hearts, soul, and mind. We cannot serve two masters, for we shall love the one and hate the other. God must always be in the center of our lives. Today’s devotion speaks of the Lord’s…

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On Sunday, May 3rd, I celebrated my thirty-fourth Anniversary as pastor of Bethlehem Baptist Church. As a result of the Coronavirus, we live-streamed the service. I preached my own anniversary message entitled Thanking God for the Blessing of Serving. It is truly a blessing to serve the Lord. One does not need to be a…

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