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Problems are a part of life and they are part of the purpose to your story
Habakkuk has laid out his complaint to God about the way God was doing business. He simply couldn't understand why God was using the Chaldeans to execute judgment upon the people of God. But the prophet made a wise choice, after presenting his case, he quietly went to remote place and waited for God's answer. Habakkuk likened his getaway to a watchtower. There are some valuable lessons for all of us who have problems and dilemmas and need to hear from God so we know what we should do.
Are you ready for your loved ones to come to Jesus? Are you ready to find rest, strength, and peace in the midst of your weakness; healing in the midst of sickness; deliverance in the midst of bondage; provision in the midst of lack; answers in the midst of questions; and solutions in the midst of problems? Jesus said that when two of you agree on earth concerning anything that they ask, it will be done for them by our Father in heaven. There is unlimited power available to you when you agree with God, and with your brothers and sisters in Christ at the same time! This inspiring and enlightening teaching will reveal to you how you can agree with God vertically, so you can effectively pray the prayer of agreement with other believers horizontally. Watch, listen, or download this message now, and feel God's pure love as you experience the awesome power of agreement!
God is our Protector, Peace, Present, Provider and Power
God's Presence in Problems
This week, Pastor Joel Slater continued our series titled "Let's Live! With Abundance." His message is title "This World Problems" and is based out of Matthew chapter 13.
Everyone worries, and worry leads to a multitude of problems. How can we escape it? In the gospel, God provides us the security to weather life's stresses.
What makes you weep? What brokenness do you see around you or in you? Are you facing a problem right now? Let's look at how to reanimate, reconstruct, to bring back to life the brokenness around us.