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Accomplishing the Most for God
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> Preparing Yourself

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> ACCOMPLISHING THE MOST
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> Those who have accomplished the most for God have been people of prayer.John Wesley was known to have spent two hours each day in prayer. SamuelRutherford rose very early each morning to wait on God. John Fletcher wassaid to have stained the walls of his chamber by the breath of his prayers.The most renowned missionaries have been uniformly people of prayer.


DavidBrainerd died at the age of twenty-nine and Henry Martyn died at the age ofthirty-one, and yet their names are remembered today. These two exerted aprofound influence on their generation, and are still touching succeedinggenerations. Both were men of prayer. History records that it was not theiractual labors, which were cut short, so much as their prayer life and theirgodly characters.1 Furthermore, Billy Graham stated, “Prayer is not anoption, but a necessity.”2
> Paul advised the young pastor, Timothy, “First of all, then, I admonish andurge that petitions, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be offered onbehalf of all men, for such praying is good and right” (1 Timothy 2:1, 3).
> “The devil will let a preacher prepare a sermon if it will keep him frompreparing himself.”3
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> A.W. Tozer- "To be called to follow Christ is a high honor, higher indeed than anyhonor men can bestow upon each other."

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> "A courthouse is where people are convicted and sentenced with some type ofpunishment. A church is where people, who are already guilty, go to findredemption and forgiveness."
> God never redeemed us to "warm a pew," but to become active in the ministry of thechurch. We have a responsibility to use our gifts within the body ministry, andcontribute to the health of the believers. The Samaritan got personally involved.We must, too. "The worst prison is a closed heart."
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Accomplishing the Most for God
> Reply-To: <[email protected]>
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> Preparing Yourself

> A High Honor
>
> ACCOMPLISHING THE MOST
> FOR GOD
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> Those who have accomplished the most for God have been people of prayer.John Wesley was known to have spent two hours each day in prayer. SamuelRutherford rose very early each morning to wait on God. John Fletcher wassaid to have stained the walls of his chamber by the breath of his prayers.The most renowned missionaries have been uniformly people of prayer.


DavidBrainerd died at the age of twenty-nine and Henry Martyn died at the age ofthirty-one, and yet their names are remembered today. These two exerted aprofound influence on their generation, and are still touching succeedinggenerations. Both were men of prayer. History records that it was not theiractual labors, which were cut short, so much as their prayer life and theirgodly characters.1 Furthermore, Billy Graham stated, “Prayer is not anoption, but a necessity.”2
> Paul advised the young pastor, Timothy, “First of all, then, I admonish andurge that petitions, prayers, intercessions, and thanksgivings be offered onbehalf of all men, for such praying is good and right” (1 Timothy 2:1, 3).
> “The devil will let a preacher prepare a sermon if it will keep him frompreparing himself.”3
>
>
>
> For Scheduling: 727-271-2691,
> or [email protected]
>
> A.W. Tozer- "To be called to follow Christ is a high honor, higher indeed than anyhonor men can bestow upon each other."

> A new look at The Good Samaritan...
> A Church or A Courthouse
>
> "A courthouse is where people are convicted and sentenced with some type ofpunishment. A church is where people, who are already guilty, go to findredemption and forgiveness."
> God never redeemed us to "warm a pew," but to become active in the ministry of thechurch. We have a responsibility to use our gifts within the body ministry, andcontribute to the health of the believers. The Samaritan got personally involved.We must, too. "The worst prison is a closed heart."
>
> Free Shipping!
>
> 727-271-2167
>
> The Book of
> Daniel
>
> Few people have had the opportunity to be given a detailed account of the futureas the prophet Daniel. Through dreams and visions from God, he saw world historyfrom a divine viewpoint. His account of the rise and fall of earthly empires,the rule of Antichrist, the Second Coming of Christ, and the final days, are allexplained. It enables us to see that "the most high rules in the affairs ofmen."
>
>
> Available in
> Paperback/eBook
Not wanting to pick at nits but by this posting NITS are required to be picked.

Following indicates choice ! Faith --IMO--is not a choice---it is a gift given. It does not have need to be accepted--unwrapped to see what is inside---it is a moment in Time when christ reveals to an individual who He is--and it cannot be denied !
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