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Men in the Church need to rise up and leave a Legacy of honor and love for their families.
More then 1.2 million Americans have died since the Revolutionary war in 1775. Tens of millions more have been wounded. A 24-year-old soldier stationed in Kandahar, Afghanistan named Michael Shoemaker was critically wounded a month after he arrived. His family received a call March 29th, 2012 that he'd been unloading weapons when one of the weapons went off, damaging his knee, arm, and brain.
God works through wounded people. Praise God for that. God loves you right where you are. Praise God for that. God has work for you to do. Praise God for that.
We get so settled in our lives that we miss the burning bushes. God interrupts the normal routine.
Jesus’ entrance and life on this earth was nothing less than ASTONISHING! Hear about His astonishing promise, entrance, words and mission.
As Americans get more details of the pinpoint military operation that invaded a secret compound where Osama bin Laden was eradicated, it's also serving as a reminder of the sacrifice made by dedicated service members.
The Pittsford Baptist Church is collecting clothing for wounded war vets at Walter Reed. Here's how you can take part.
Healing the Wounded Spirit Scripture: Luke 17:1-7 A person’s spirit will sustain him in sickness; but a wounded spirit who can bear it. (Proverbs 18:14) How do we get wounded? 1. From those who sin against us 2. From our own personal sins 3. From traumatic incidents 4. From unhealthy responses to people and situations we have misinterpreted – just because we got hurt does not prove that someone has wronged us Why is this an important issue? * Because wounded soldiers cannot go into battle * Because bitterness is long-held unforgiveness about a wound we received, and unforgiveness hinders prayer (Luke 11;4 * Because hurting people hurt other people and it gets passed on. How do you pray for the healing of wounds? (Luke 17:6, 7) * You can start with a speck of faith like a grain of mustard seed * Speak to the mulberry tree with its massive root system –remove it (Vs. 6) * Uprooting a wound will “hurt to heal” * Keep speaking God’s WORD over the wound – God will bring the healing The words of Jesus to the wounded * “He heals the brokenhearted and binds up their wounds” (Ps.147:3) * “By His wounds we are healed.” (Is. 53:5) * “He has sent Me to heal the brokenhearted and set the oppressed free.” (Luke 4:18 Invite Jesus to minister to your wounds * “A bruised reed He will not break” * “A flickering wick He will not snuff out.” (Matt. 12:20)
What's the biggest challenge facing wounded service members trying to readjust to civilian life as they come home? Bill Patrovicz, founder of Warrior Works, says it's trying to feel productive like a typical person who can go to work every day -- particularly when they need special accommodations to get that job.