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GraceLife 4h
This is your for today July 18th 2019 with THE WILL OF THE FATHER “Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ shall enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father in heaven.” Matthew 7:21
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MR LK 11h
"Na blessing, na blessing they follow the small boi" 🙏🙏🙏
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GraceLife Jul 15
Replying to @gracelifengr
It is very important to also note that the fact that only few will find the narrow gate doesn’t in any way mean only a few will make heaven; Jesus was simply comparing the ratio of those that will enter the narrow gate with those that will choose the broad gate.
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Pastor Jay 3h
My finances are fruitful and increase in an exponential way! Wealth and riches shall be in my house and I shall never know lack!
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GraceLife 4h
Replying to @gracelifengr
Point to ponder: - Jesus said only those who do the will of the Father will enter the kingdom of heaven. Question to consider: - Are you born again? Declaration: - I and the Father are one.
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GraceLife Jul 11
Replying to @gracelifengr
God has no problems giving to us but are we asking, seeking and knocking at His door? If God does not give when you ask, who is He keeping the blessings for? Remember that all things have been paid for and all things are yours based on the blood of the Lamb.
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GraceLife Jul 12
Replying to @gracelifengr
My wife & I came to the conclusion that we wouldn’t need to work as hard as we do if we didn’t have children. In fact, almost 60% of our income goes towards the children’s welfare, education etc. They didn’t ask to be born; they are our full responsibility.
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Katheryne T Jul 15
Leaving a toxic relationship isn't easy. But finding the will to move beyond the pain, can even be harder. I had to learn myself and the habits of the cycle. One second at a time. One day at a time. I went from surviving to thriving.
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GraceLife Jul 15
Replying to @gracelifengr
No lifestyle is too big to give up to enter through the narrow gate and follow the narrow way. It is also important to remember that salvation and our walk with Christ is by grace through faith and never by our good works.
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GraceLife Jul 13
Replying to @gracelifengr
The truth is if you do not treat people well, no one will also treat you well and vice versa. You cannot make withdrawals from any account where you haven’t first of all made deposits. Love people and people will also love you in return.
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GraceLife Jul 13
Replying to @gracelifengr
You won’t find anywhere in the Bible where the word Golden Rule is used but what Jesus said in Matthew 7:12 is what is commonly referred to as the Golden rule. It’s all about love i.e. treating other people well and seeing them exactly as yourself.
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Universal Production Jul 14
I love my church
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GraceLife Jul 14
Replying to @gracelifengr
If God thought us worthy enough to save ourselves, there would have been no need for the sacrifice of Jesus Christ. Entering the narrow gate might not be easy from a human stand point because we love to live in sin by nature but it is the only gate that leads to God.
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GraceLife Jul 14
Replying to @gracelifengr
A lot of people will come up with different gates through which they can get to God. People will come up with self-efforts, all manner of false religions, lots of rules & regulations but in all honesty all these only relegate our need for Jesus to the background.
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GraceLife Jul 17
Show some kindness today. The world needs ❤.
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GraceLife Jul 16
Replying to @gracelifengr
Point to ponder: - My best message is my lifestyle and my lifestyle is also the only pulpit that I carry with me everywhere I go. Question to consider: - What is your best message? Declaration: - I have grace to bear fruit.
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GraceLife Jul 16
Replying to @gracelifengr
If you have truly encountered God’s saving grace, it must definitely have an effect on your behaviour. Its not our outward change that gets us saved. However, after we are saved by grace through faith, it produces an inward change in us.
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GraceLife Jul 16
This is your for July 17th 2019 with WATCH THEIR FRUITS “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits.” Matthew 7:15-16
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VLDerricks Jul 16
Live a life filled with love, following the example of Christ.
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GraceLife Jul 16
Is it possible for God to forsake you? Click to watch an excerpt on the third part of our Series, .
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