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He’s My Help!

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Friday Blessings,

It is our joy to remind you that Jesus is with you and that He has promised to never leave you.
Not only does He remain faithful, but He is faithful to help you…. A very present help!!
What are your circumstances today?
What are the challenges you face?
What are the responsibilities that you carry?
What are the needs that you have?
What are your great concerns?
In all of those matters, Jesus is present and able.
Jude 1:24 To him who is able to keep you from stumbling and to present you before his glorious presence without fault and with great joy—
II Thessalonians 3:16 Now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times and in every way. The Lord be with all of you.

Evaluate your present place from the perspective of truth, believing He is with you and He is your help!
Grace and Peace,

Garry Bryant
Executive Director of Evangelism USA


How to Pray for America Through October 2017: Four Prayer Priorities

The National Day of Prayer mobilizes unified public prayer for America. Let’s walk in unity by praying for these four priorities in our nation beginning now and continuing through the entire month of October. As you pray, imagine that you are joining with thousands of others standing in agreement in prayer for our nation.
1. Ask God to bring together His Church in America as a witness to the world.
2. Trust God to turn the leaders of our nation toward His Word and will.
3. Appeal to God to bring the next Great Spiritual Awakening to America in our generation.
4. Believe God now with us as we move and work toward the 2018 National Day of Prayer on May 3, 2018.

To read more, please CLICK HERE!

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In October, we celebrate Pastor Appreciation!

CLICK HERE for more information on Pastor Appreciation or to get ideas on how to celebrate the spiritual leader in your life. You can also find an article from Executive Director of Discipleship Ministries, Thomas McGhee!


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“Sometimes our feet may fail as we try to walk through the narrow gate. Especially if we make the passage harder than it needs to be, tighter and more confining. When we allow our fears and insecurities to blind us momentarily, we’re often tempted to make the gate narrower than God does.”
― Brian Houston

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