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Pastor Jim Cymbala
Senior Pastor of The Brooklyn Tabernacle
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 16
What is intercession, actually? It’s touching God with one hand and touching another soul with the other hand in prayer.
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 14
The greatest person in church today is not the one with the biggest name or the most money or the greatest ability. It’s the greatest servant. If you want to be special, be a servant; and if you want to be number one, be the servant of all.
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 13
Does anyone really believe that the Republicans, Democrats, White House, Supreme Court,or Congress will transform even one human heart? Are these civil servants supposed to be light &salt, or is that the task of the church of Jesus Christ? -StrongThroughTheStorm
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 11
God has spread a table for us with every kind of wisdom, grace, and strength, because he knows exactly what we need. Pulling up to that table is called the prayer of faith.
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 9
"...O come to the Father through Jesus the Son, and give him the glory, great things he has done!” Thanking God for our dear friend, Larnelle Harris, who was with us all day Sunday, leading us into worship with a medley of beloved hymns.
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 7
Lord, we pray for the people in , who are still reeling from the earthquakes there in the past few days. May it cause people to think about you, so that they will seek you and find you, and that your name might be glorified in the midst of it all. In Jesus’ name, Amen.
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 7
We’re all human. “We have this treasure in earthen vessels,” the Bible says. But certain people get a connection with God that enables them to impact their world. May we all be challenged in our faith by this recent message.
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 6
"The righteous person may have many troubles, but the LORD delivers him from them all."
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 4
As our nation celebrates , let's also take time to celebrate the freedom that we have in Christ Jesus; for whom the Son sets free, is free indeed. (John 8:36) Have a safe and blessed Fourth of July!
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 3
Life has a way of bringing you down sometimes. A lot of us hide our discouragement and we put a smile on it, but secretly inside we’re thinking, “This is hard.” Thank God that for the Christian, it doesn’t have to end there. Read more:
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jul 2
Pictured are elementary and graduate school students at our recent End of School Prayer Meeting. We also prayed for high school and college students. Let’s pray for the safety and well-being all of all children and young people during this summer season!
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jun 30
The Bible tells us that this earth and everything in it is one day going to be destroyed. Do you have a car? It will be gone. A house? Money? Clothes? Gone! This has a warning as well as an encouragement for us all. Listen to this msg to learn more
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jun 29
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jun 27
“Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” Honoring our ministry workers at a special Volunteer Appreciation Night. Thank God for ALL who labor tirelessly for the furtherance of God’s Kingdom!
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jun 25
The believer doesn’t have to cower before an unknown future. We don’t know what tomorrow holds, but we do know who holds tomorrow.
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jun 23
If you hear a preacher adding/taking away from the Bible, saying it’s not true for today or “we decide what’s sin” RUN! Because God’s Word doesn’t change.Everything else changes—Republicans, Democrats, the culture, music—but God’s Word will never pass away.
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jun 21
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Pastors, you can strengthen your commitment to "prayer and the ministry of the word" by receiving regular, biblical resources at .
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jun 21
We were blessed to have a wonderful group of ministers from The 6:4 Fellowship visiting with us this past Tuesday, and to have them join us for our Tuesday Night Prayer Meeting.
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jun 20
"I will say of the Lord, 'He is my refuge and my fortress, my God, in whom I trust.'"
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Pastor Jim Cymbala Jun 19
If you are in the NYC area, I hope you'll join us for our Thursday Night Bible Study tomorrow evening @ 7pm, when we will discuss “The Last Chapter: Revelation 22”—what it says, what it means, and how it speaks to us today.
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