Billy Graham Devotional March 2018 – Ready for a Breakthrough

The Promises of God By Billy Graham April 22

Billy Graham Devotional March 2018

TOPIC- Ready for a Breakthrough By Billy Graham March 15, 2018

. . . may the God of peace . . . produce in you through the power of Christ all that is pleasing to him . . .
Hebrews 13:20,21 (TLB) Billy Graham Devotional March 2018

Billy Graham Devotional March 2018

When I was a boy, radio was just coming of age. We would gather around a crude homemade set and twist the three tuning dials in an effort to establish contact with the transmitter. Often, all the sound that came out of the amplifier was the squawk of static; but we knew that somewhere out there was the unseen transmitter, and if contact was established and the dials were in adjustment, we could hear a voice loud and clear. After a long time of laborious tuning, the far distant voice would suddenly break through and a smile of triumph would illuminate the faces of all in the room. At last we were tuned in!

Billy Graham Devotional March 2018

In the revelation that God established between Himself and us, we can find a new life and a new dimension of living, but we must “tune in.” There are higher levels of living to which we have never attained. There is peace, satisfaction, and joy that we have never experienced. God is trying to break through to us. The heavens are calling. God is speaking! Let man hear.

Anne Graham Lotz Bible Study: How to Know God’s Voice

Prayer for the day
Lord, help me to be so attuned to Your will that I will experience all that You so lovingly wish to bestow

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Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 15 March: God’s Superabounding Grace For You

Joseph Prince

Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 15 March

Topic: God’s Superabounding Grace For You

2 Corinthians 9:8

And God is able to make all grace abound toward you, that you, always having all sufficiency in all things, may have an abundance for every good work.

If you were in the same synagogue as the man with the withered hand (Luke 6:6–11), how would you see him and what do you think you would say to him? Also read Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 14 2018

Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 15 March

Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 15 March

Jesus was preaching in that synagogue when He saw the man with the withered hand. But He also saw superabounding grace around that hand for healing and wholeness. He sees differently from us. He sees the invisible. He sees that the kingdom of God is here, ever-present in any situation, with superabundant supply. We see only the visible, which is tangible, temporal and which seems so real to us.

But Jesus saw superabounding grace on that withered hand for healing because you do not tell a man with a withered hand, “Stretch out your hand,” unless you see the supply, the superabundance for wholeness for that hand. Jesus called forth the superabounding grace to envelop that man’s withered hand, and the hand was made whole.

It is possible for someone who is sick to have superabounding grace on him and yet that superabundance of grace does not heal his body. That is because he keeps acknowledging the lack or the problem he sees. He is more concerned with that which is visible and temporal.

Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 15 March

Instead of calling forth, and acknowledging and confessing the superabundance of God’s grace, he confesses his negative circumstance all the time. So even though the superabounding grace is there, it is there in vain. Isn’t that sad?

Jesus called forth life, and life sprang into visibility. We must call forth what we want to see. Say, “Father, I thank You that right now, though my health is under attack, there is superabounding grace available for my healing and health. I call it forth and receive it now in Jesus’ name. Amen!”

My friend, don’t be conscious of what you see lacking or missing. Be conscious of God’s superabounding grace for you and avail yourself of it!

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Pastor Kumuyi Idols Are Vain DCLM Daily Manna 14 March, 2018

DCLM Daily Manna

DCLM Daily Manna 14 March, 2018

Topic: Idols Are Vain [DCLM Daily Manna Wednesday March 14th, 2018]

Text: Jeremiah 10:1-16 (KJV)

Key Verse: “They are upright as the palm tree, but speak not: they must needs be borne, because they cannot go. Be not afraid of them; for they cannot do evil, neither also is it in them to do good” (Jeremiah 10:5).

MESSAGE: DCLM Daily Manna 14 March, 2018

Hideyoshi, a Japanese warlord who ruled over Japan in the late 1500s, commissioned a colossal statue of Buddha for a shrine in Kyoto. It took 50,000 men five years to build, but the work had scarcely been completed when the earthquake of 1596 brought the roof of the shrine crashing down and wrecked the statue. In a rage, Hideyoshi shot an arrow at the fallen colossus. “I put you here at the great expense,” he shouted, “and you can’t even look after your own temple.”

DCLM Daily Manna by Pastor Kumuyi

Israel had fallen below ground zero on the shore of human depravity. They stoop so low to worship an idol made of wood, silver and gold, which can neither move nor talk. Jeremiah described the act as despicable and foolish. He condemned their state of moral decadence and concluded by extolling the greatness of our incomparable God, the Everlasting King Who makes the earth to tremble.

Idolatry is not only about worshipping images and deities which our ancestors passed down through the ages. It can occur when we value money, possession, people, or even ourselves above God. The soccer stadiums are always full to capacity by people who want to cheer their teams to victory during the league games and World Cup finals. Worldly concerts and performances in the theatres are filled to capacity while church attendance continues to decline because man has chosen to give these events priority above God.

Like Hideyoshi, our idols will collapse one day and their ruin will be very great. It’s now time to reflect on the choices we make in life, the things we place our priorities upon, to discover if we have drifted away from the true God. This will make us to reorder our priorities and be free from the idols we created.

Thought For The Day: Idolatry does not reduce God; it humiliates us.

Bible Reading in a Year

Deuteronomy 8-10 DCLM Daily Manna 14 March, 2018

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DCLM Daily Manna was written by Pastor William Folorunso Kumuyi; is the founder and General Superintendent of the Deeper Life Bible Church situated at KM 42 on the busy Lagos-Ibadan Expressway, Nigeria

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Activate the Power by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland’s March 14, 2018

Gloria Copeland Devotional April 12

Activate the Power by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland’s

TOPIC- Activate the Power A devotional by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland

Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us. – Ephesians 3:20

Kenneth and Gloria Copeland’s Daily

As a believer, you have the power of the Holy Spirit inside you. But that power won’t go to work until you put it to work!

The Holy Spirit won’t just muscle in on you. He won’t come in and turn down the television set and jerk you up off the couch and say, “Now you listen to Me.”

No, He’s a gentleman. He’s sent to help you to do the will of God, to strengthen you, to counsel you…but He won’t do a thing until He’s asked. Activate the Power by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland’s

That’s why the book of James says if you’re in trouble or afflicted, pray. It’s prayer that puts the power within you to work.

Just think about that. The Spirit of Almighty God. The Spirit that hovered over the face of the deep and carried out God’s Word at Creation, that same Spirit is inside you—waiting for you to call on Him!

If Jesus came into your house and sat down at your table, you’d put aside everything to talk to Him, wouldn’t you? You wouldn’t just rush through and say, “Jesus, I’m so glad to see You. I wish I had the energy to talk to You, but You wouldn’t believe what kind of a day I had today. I mean, everything in the world went wrong and now I’m just too tired to do anything but lay here and watch TV. Maybe we can spend some time together later.”Activate the Power by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland’s

You wouldn’t do that, would you? No! If Jesus were sitting there in your room where you could see Him, you’d fall on your face and begin to worship Him. You wouldn’t care how tired you were or what kind of day you had. You’d jump at the opportunity to fellowship with Him.

The Holy Ghost is in you. He’s waiting on you. He’s ready any time of the day or night. He’s saying, “I’m here to help you and strengthen you. I want to comfort you today. You know that problem you’ve been having? I want to help you get that out of your life. Activate the Power by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland’s

The Holy Spirit has some things He wants to show you—things you’ve been trying to figure out on your own. He’s waiting there with the power to overcome every obstacle in your life. Take time to pray. Pray in the spirit. Pray with understanding. Pray and activate the power that works within you today.

Scripture Reading: Ephesians 3:16-21 Activate the Power by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland’s

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Activate the Power by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland’s

This message was written by Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, the leader of the Kenneth Copeland Ministries (www.KCM.org) that specializes in teaching principles of bible faith – prayer, healing, salvation and other biblical topics.

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Charles Stanley Daily Devotions 14/03/2018 – Maintaining a Quiet Spirit

In Touch Devotional

Charles Stanley Daily Devotions 14/03/2018

TOPIC- Maintaining a Quiet Spirit By astor Charles Frazier Stanley

Proverbs 26:4

When conflict arises, we oftentimes want to rush in and defend our position. Perhaps we even feel justified in blaming others. However, James 1:19 gives different advice for dealing with tension and disputes: “Be quick to hear, slow to speak and slow to anger.” In other words, more can be accomplished through a calm approach to the situation. Scripture also suggests that we …

Daily Devotions In Touch Ministries

Pray. First, we should ask the Lord to guard our mouth and give us the right words to say (Luke 12:12). Also, we ought to request discernment with regard to the root issue and insight as to whether we might be at fault.

Charles Stanley Daily Devotions 14/03/2018

See with divine perspective. Our sovereign Lord works every situation for the believer’s benefit (Rom. 8:28). Not only does God use difficulties to teach us, but He also allows us to demonstrate the life of Christ by the way we respond.

Forgive. Even if someone has hurt us by causing the conflict, we should forgive. Jesus died to pardon all of our sin, and we, in turn, should forgive others. In fact, if we don’t, our lives will become burdened by resentment and broken relationships.

Respond. If we have done something wrong, we must apologize and ask forgiveness. We should express appreciation that the other person took time to share his concern. Then we ought to acknowledge his feelings and carefully consider his comments.

How do you respond to conflict? Pray for the strength to stay calm and do what is right­—even during difficult, emotional situations.

Bible in One Year: Judges 4-6

Charles Stanley Daily Devotions 14/03/2018

About Dr Stanley

Pastor Charles Frazier Stanley is the senior pastor of First Baptist Church in Atlanta, Georgia. He is the founder and president of In Touch Ministries and also served two one-year terms as president of the Southern Baptist Convention from 1984 to 1986.

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Joyce Meyer’s Daily 14 March 2018 Devotional

Daily Devo Joyce Meyer

Joyce Meyer’s Daily 14 March 2018 Devotional

Topic: Does Your Inside Match Your Outside? [Joyce Meyer’s Daily Wednesday March 14th, 2018]

nor will people say, ‘Look! Here it is!’ or, ‘There it is!’ For the kingdom of God is among you [because of My presence].” — Luke 17:21

Sometimes we wish for things to change but are unwilling to do what it takes to make things better.

Joyce Meyer’s Daily

There was a time in my life when I was always upset about my circumstances. I wanted God to change them for me, and I wanted Him to change the people around me too. But then He showed me that I needed to work on changing my inner life before I could expect real change in my outer life. Joyce Meyer’s Daily 14 March 2018 Devotional

Matthew 6:33 (NLT) says, Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need.

So what is God’s kingdom? The Bible says the kingdom of God is in us. If you’ve accepted Christ, that means He’s living in you—and He wants to live in a good spiritual home. That’s why your inner life is so important to God.

We must seek first His kingdom, letting His Holy Spirit take hold of us on the inside. When we allow Him to work in us, eventually we won’t be able to contain it, and it will spill out and change the world around us! Joyce Meyer’s Daily 14 March 2018 Devotional

Joyce Meyer Prayer For Today

Holy Spirit, help me not to get caught up in trying to change external things when You’re asking me to focus on developing Your kingdom in my heart. I invite You to work in my inner life.

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From Joyce Meyer’s Ministries.

Joyce Meyer’s Daily 14 March 2018 Devotional

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Today’s Word 14, march 2018 Calendar – Joel Osteen

Joel Osteen

Today’s Word 14, march 2018 Calendar

TOPIC- Just Agree with God! Mar 14 2018 By Joel Osteen

Just Agree with God!

TODAY’S SCRIPTURE: Joel Oseen

“As it is written: ‘I have made you a father of many nations.’ He is our father in the sight of God, in whom he believed—the God who gives life to the dead and calls into being things that were not.”
Romans 4:17, NIV

 

TODAY’S WORD: Today’s Word 14, march 2018 Calendar

Twenty years before Abraham ever had a child, God said to him, “Abraham, I have made you a father of many nations.” Notice God spoke to him like it had already happened, in the past tense. I’m sure Abraham thought, “God, You must have made a mistake. I’m not a father. I don’t even have one child. Abraham could have talked himself out of it; but instead, he chose Today's Word 14, march 2018 Calendar

 

Today, you may be thinking, “I’m not blessed. I’m not confident. I’m not healthy. I’m not favored.” But when God says you’re blessed, don’t try to figure it out. Just agree with God and say, “I am blessed.” When God calls you prosperous, don’t go check your bank account. Don’t go look at the stock report. Just agree with God and say, “I am prosperous.” Things may look impossible. That’s all right. That’s the way things looked for Abraham. But sure enough, God’s promises came to pass, and he became the father of many nations.

Remember, when you agree with God, you are positioning yourself for a miracle. You are activating His truth in your life. When things look difficult, don’t agree with your circumstances, agree with His promises because He is faithful, and He will complete what He’s started in your life!

PRAYER FOR TODAY: Today’s Word 14, march 2018 Calendar

“Father, I bless You and thank You for Your goodness and faithfulness in my life. I receive Your promises as truth, no matter what is going on around me. Fill me with joy and peace as I hold fast to Your promises for me in Jesus’ name. Amen.”

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Seed of Destiny Tuesday, 14 March 2018: THE WAY OF WISDOM

Seeds of Destiny 23 May 2018

Seed of Destiny Tuesday, 14 March 2018:

TOPIC: THE WAY OF WISDOM

SCRIPTURE: Wisdom is the principle thing; therefore get wisdom and with all thy getting, get understanding. Proverbs 4:7

THOUGHT FOR THE DAY: Every spiritually wise person is an anointed thinker; he is given to depth of thought.

Seed of Destiny Tuesday, 14 March 2018

Seed of Destiny Tuesday, 14 March 2018

It is clear from Scriptures that wisdom is behind the making of great people in the Kingdom. When God wants to make a man a generational authority like Moses, David, Daniel or Solomon, He fills him with wisdom.

Wisdom is not cleverness or natural intelligence. One way wisdom is manifested is by the capacity to rationalize, analyse and reason logically by the Help of the Holy Spirit. This makes a person arrive at the best decisions within a given set of alternatives. So, wisdom helps us to reason out solutions and answers. Every spiritually wise person is an anointed thinker; he is given to depth of thought.

Now, what is the way of wisdom?
It is passion for God. Moses was a man who was passionate about God (Exodus 3:1-3). He was an established wise man in Scriptures; he was so wise that he pastored about three and a half million people. He also wrote the first five Books of the Bible that included the story of creation without being present at creation. Those who travel in the vehicle of passion carry the wisdom of God. A man who loves God passionately can never be bankrupt of mentality; he cannot have a head that is devoid of wisdom.

Seed of Destiny Tuesday, 14 March 2018

REMEMBER THIS: Every spiritually wise person is an anointed thinker; he is given to depth of thought.

ASSIGNMENTS:
1. Increase your passion for God by studying and meditating on the Word of God.
2. Make demands today on the wisdom of God.

PRAYER: O LORD, I demand for the Spirit of Wisdom. Give me the heart of passion for You and Your work LORD, in Jesus’ Name.

FOR FURTHER UNDERSTANDING, GET THIS MESSAGE: THE MANIFESTATION OF WISDOM (IV)

DAILY READING: Numbers 21:1 to 22:20, Luke 1:26 to 56, Psalm 57:1 to 11, Proverbs 11:9 to 11. Seed of Destiny Tuesday, 14 March 2018

QUOTE: Your value in life depends on whether you are a problem creator or a solution provider. Culled from WISDOM; LIFE’S GREATEST NECESSITY by Dr Paul Enenche

AMAZING FACT: A day on Venus is longer than a year on Earth. Seed of Destiny Tuesday, 14 March 2018

TODAY IN HISTORY: 14/03/2013 – Xi Jinping was named as the new President of the People’s Republic of China.

SEEDS OF DESTINY IN FRENCH:
SEMENCE DE DESTINEE

MERCREDI, LE 14 MARS 2018

THEME: LA VOIE DE LA SAGESSE

LES SAINTES ECRITURES: Voici le commencement de la sagesse: Acquiers la sagesse, et avec tout ce que tu possèdes acquiers l’intelligence. Proverbes 4: 7

PENSÉE DU JOUR: Tout homme spirituellement sage est un penseur oint; il est porté à la profondeur dans sa réflexion.

D’après la Parole de Dieu, c’est la sagesse qui a bâtit le caractère et la personnalité des hommes formidables du Royaume. Quand Dieu veut faire d’un homme une autorité générationnelle comme Moïse, David, Daniel ou Salomon, Il le remplit de sagesse.

La sagesse, ce n’est pas l’ingéniosité ou l’intelligence naturelle. L’une des façons dont la sagesse se manifeste en un individu, c’est qu’elle donne à un homme, la capacité à rationaliser, d’analyser et de raisonner logiquement, avec l’aide du Saint-Esprit. La sagesse permet à une personne de prendre les meilleures décisions, face à un ensemble d’alternatives. Ainsi, la sagesse nous aide à raisonner de manière à apporter des solutions et des réponses à notre génération. Toute personne spirituellement sage est un penseur oint; Il est porté à la profondeur dans sa réflexion.

Alors, quel est la voie qui mène à la sagesse?

C’est la passion pour Dieu : Moïse par exemple, était un homme qui avait beaucoup de passion pour Dieu (Exode 3: 1-3). C’était un homme sage qui était enraciné dans les Saintes Ecritures; il était si sage qu’il fût le Pasteur d’environ trois millions et demi de personnes. C’est également lui qui a écrit les cinq premiers livres de la Bible qui incluaient l’histoire de la Création, sans avoir été lui-même présent à la Création.

Ceux qui voyagent dans le véhicule de la passion, portent la sagesse de Dieu en eux. Un homme qui aime passionnément Dieu ne peut jamais manquer de caractère; il ne peut pas avoir une tête dépourvue de sagesse.

Rappelez-vous ceci: Toute personne spirituellement sage est un penseur oint; il va profondément dans sa pensée.

DEVOIRS
1. Augmentez votre passion pour Dieu, en étudiant et en méditant la Parole de Dieu.
2. Demandez aujourd’hui au Saint Esprit de vous remplir de Sa sagesse.

PRIÈRE: O Seigneur, donne-moi l’Esprit de Sagesse et un cœur de qui a de la passion pour Toi et pour Ton œuvre, au Nom de Jésus

LECTURE QUOTIDIENNE: Nombres 21 :1 à Nombres 22 :20, Luc 1:26 à 56, Psaumes 57: 1 à 11, Proverbes 11: 9 à 11.

CITATION: Votre valeur dans la vie dépend du fait que vous soyez un résolveur de problème ou un fournisseur de solution. Extrait du livre : LA SAGESSE, LA PLUS GRANDE NECESSITE DE LA VIE, du Dr Paul Enenche.

FAIT SURPRENANT: Un jour sur la planète Vénus est plus long qu’un an sur la planète Terre.

AUJOURD’HUI DANS L’HISTOIRE: Le 14 mars 2013 – Xi Jinping a été élu Président de la République Populaire de Chine.

SEEDS OF DESTINY IN SPANISH:
SEMILLA DE DESTINO

MIÉRCOLES, 14 DE MARZO DE 2018.

TEMA: EL CAMINO DE LA SABIDURÍA.

LA ESCRITURA: Sabiduría ante todo; adquiere sabiduría; Y sobre todas tus posesiones adquiere inteligencia. PROVERBIOS 4:7.

PENSAMIENTO PARA EL DÍA: Toda persona espiritualmente sabia es un pensador ungido; él es dado a profundidad de pensamiento.

De las Escrituras se desprende claramente que la sabiduría está detrás de la formación de grandes personas en el reino. Cuando Dios quiere hacer de un hombre una autoridad generacional como Moisés, David, Daniel o Salomón, Él lo llena de sabiduría.

La sabiduría no es astucia o inteligencia natural. Una manera en que la sabiduría se manifiesta es por la capacidad de racionalizar, analizar y razonar lógicamente por medio de la Ayuda del Espíritu Santo. Esto hace que una persona llegue a las mejores decisiones dentro de un conjunto dado de alternativas. Entonces, la sabiduría nos ayuda a razonar soluciones y respuestas. Toda persona espiritualmente sabia es un pensador ungido; él es dado a la profundidad de pensamiento.

Ahora, ¿cuál es el camino de la sabiduría?
Es la pasión por Dios. Moisés era un hombre apasionado de Dios (Éxodo 3:1-3). Él era un sabio establecido en las Escrituras; era tan sabio que pastoreaba cerca de tres millones y medio de personas. Él también escribió los primeros cinco libros de la Biblia que incluían la historia de la creación sin estar él presente en la creación. Aquellos que viajan en el vehículo de la pasión llevan la sabiduría de Dios. Un hombre que ama a Dios apasionadamente nunca puede estar en bancarrota de mentalidad; él no puede tener una cabeza que carece de sabiduría.

Recuerde esto: Toda persona espiritualmente sabia es un pensador ungido; él es dado a la profundidad de pensamiento.

TAREA(S):
1. Aumente su pasión por Dios estudiando y meditando en la Palabra de Dios.
2. Haga demandas hoy sobre la sabiduría de Dios.

ORACIÓN: OH SEÑOR, exijo por el Espíritu de Sabiduría. Dame el corazón de pasión por Ti y por Tu obra Señor, en el Nombre de Jesús.

PARA MEJOR ENTENDIMIENTO, CONSIGA ESTE MENSAJE: LA MANIFESTACIÓN DE SABIDURÍA (IV).

CITA: Su valor en la vida depende de si usted es un creador de problema o un proveedor de solución. Tomado de “LA SABIDURÍA; LA MAYOR NECESIDAD DE LA VIDA” por el Dr. Paul Enenche.

LECTURA DIARIA: Números 21:1 a 22:20, Lucas 1:26 a 56, Salmos 57:1 a 11, Proverbios 11:9 a 11.

HOY EN LA HISTORIA: 14/03/2013 – Xi Jinping, fue nombrado como el nuevo Presidente de la República Popular de China.

HECHO SORPRENDENTE: Un día en Venus es más largo que un año en la Tierra.

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Our Daily Bread Giving the Gift of Prayer March 14, 2018

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Our Daily Bread Giving the Gift of Prayer March 14, 2018

TOPIC- Giving the Gift of Prayer by Our Daily Bread March 14, 2018

Read: Romans 8:28–34

You help us by your prayers. 2 Corinthians 1:11

“I didn’t realize what a gift prayer was until my brother was sick and you all prayed for him. I cannot tell you what a comfort your prayers were!”

Our Daily Bread Giving the Gift of Prayer March 14, 2018

Laura had tears in her eyes as she thanked me for the prayers of the people in our church for her brother, who was facing a cancer diagnosis. She continued, “Your prayers have strengthened him in this difficult time and have been an encouragement to our entire family.”

Prayer is a gift to be shared.

One of the best ways to love others is to pray for them. Jesus is our ultimate example in this. The New Testament tells us about Jesus praying for others on many occasions, and even shows us that He continues to come to the Father on our behalf. Romans 8:34 says that He “is at the right hand of God and is also interceding for us.” Even after showing such selfless love at the cross, the risen and ascended Lord Jesus Christ continues to express His care for us by praying for us at this very moment.

All around us are people who need us to follow Jesus’s example and love them with our prayers, inviting God’s help and intervention in their lives. We can ask God to help us pray for them, and He will! May our loving Lord strengthen us to generously give the gift of our prayers for others today.

Thank You, Lord Jesus, for praying for me. Help me to serve You and others through faithfully praying today.

Submit your prayer request and pray for others at YourDailyBread.org.

Prayer is a gift to be shared.  

By James Banks | See Other Authors Our Daily Bread Giving the Gift of Prayer March 14, 2018

INSIGHT –
Both the Spirit and the Son are interceding (praying) for us. The Spirit helps us when we don’t know how to pray, praying for us according to the will of God (Romans 8:26–27). Likewise the Son is interceding for us from “the right hand of God” (v. 34). How wonderful to know that two of the three members of the Trinity are praying for us!

But what about the Father? It is the Father who calls us to be part of His family (vv. 29–30). It is out of His love for us that He sent His Son to die for our sins and then raised Him to life so that we would one day be glorified and given all things (vv. 32–33). It is in the love of God that the Spirit and the Son pray for us.

Since God’s love motivates prayers on our behalf, to whom can you show love by praying for them?

Our Daily Bread Giving the Gift of Prayer March 14, 2018

Bible in a Year: Deuteronomy 23–25; Mark 14:1–26

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Daily Devotionals Andrew Wommack March 14, 2018

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Daily Devotionals Andrew Wommack March 14, 2018

Topic – A LIFESTYLE CHECK by Andrew Wommack

Matthew 7:20, “Wherefore by their fruits ye shall know them.”
Daily Devotionals Andrew Wommack March 14, 2018

The way that you can tell whether a person is genuine or not is by the fruit they produce. This fruit is speaking of lifestyle. Jesus made the point that you don’t get bad fruit from a good tree, and you don’t get good fruit from a bad tree. Many people say one thing, but their actions speak so loudly that you really can’t hear what they are saying. If you are in doubt about whether a person is genuine or not, or whether you should receive from them and follow their teaching, look at the fruit they are producing.

In evaluating ministers and ministries, more attention should be given to the fruit that is being produced. Failure to do this could lead someone to reject and even discredit a minister who simply makes a mistake or is wrong in one area. Every minister has shortcomings, just as every other member of the Body of Christ does. But that doesn’t mean his ministry is bad. Look at the fruit.

Daily Devotionals Andrew Wommack March 14, 2018

Fruit is the true test of ministers and ministries. If people are being saved, if lives are being changed, there is good fruit. Even though the minister may say something bad and make mistakes, the fruit is good.

Therefore, you can say that the tree is good. When a person says all of the right things and may seem sincere, but you see the lives of people around them shattered and torn, and in confusion and distress, then the fruit is bad. You can judge the effectiveness of a person by the fruit that they are producing in their life. In ministry you can judge the effectiveness of a minister by the fruit that his ministry is producing.

Today, make sure that the fruit that comes from your life is positive. Make sure that you are making a positive impact on people’s lives, that you are turning people to the Lord and not leaving them hurt and confused. People are looking at you to see what type of fruit you are bearing.

Daily Devotionals Andrew Wommack March 14, 2018

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Open Heaven 14 March 2018: Enjoying the divine presence?

Open Heaven 3 June 2018

Open Heaven 14 March 2018: Enjoying the divine presence?

Enjoying the divine presence?

Memorise: And Elijah said, As the LORD of hosts liveth, before whom I stand, I will surely shew myself unto him today. 1st Kings 18:15

Open Heaven 14 March 2018

Open Heaven 14 March 2018 Bible Reading Hebrews 12:18-24 (KJV)

12:18 For ye are not come unto the mount that might be touched, and that burned with fire, nor unto blackness, and darkness, and tempest,

12:19 And the sound of a trumpet, and the voice of words; which voice they that heard intreated that the word should not be spoken to them any more:

12:20 (For they could not endure that which was commanded, And if so much as a beast touch the mountain, it shall be stoned, or thrust through with a dart:

12:21 And so terrible was the sight, that Moses said, I exceedingly fear and quake:)

12:22 But ye are come unto mount Sion, and unto the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, and to an innumerable company of angels,

12:23 To the general assembly and church of the firstborn, which are written in heaven, and to God the Judge of all, and to the spirits of just men made perfect,

12:24 And to Jesus the mediator of the new covenant, and to the blood of sprinkling, that speaketh better things than that of Abel.

Open Heaven 14 March 2018 Bible in one year: Numbers 28-29, 2nd Corinthians 11:1-15, Hymnal: Sing hymn 2
Open Heaven 14 March 2018 Message

“The Divine Presence” is a term commonly used among Christians to describe the apparent presence of the Almighty God.

In the Bible, we see instances of the divine presence associated with different manifestations. Some of these manifestations occurred with bright lights, fire, heavy vibrations, visible glory, whirlwinds, loud trumpet sounds and even great silence.

There were also instances of the divine presence without any manifestation. The Bible speaks of the presence of God in a remarkable number of ways, and the manifestations of His presence to His children comes with the assurance of peace and security, victory in battle, unmerited favour, miraculous deliverance, divine support, healing, unusual success and breakthrough.

I pray that from this day onward, God will overshadow your life with His presence in Jesus’ Name.
OPEN HEAVEN 14 MARCH 2018

The presence of God finds its greatest expression in the person of Jesus Christ. Colossians 2:9 says,

“For in him dwellleth all the fullness of the Godhead bodily.”

Apart from the work of salvation which He came to accomplish, Jesus also came into this world to perfectly demonstrate the nature and character of God, and to experience our pains, sufferings and limitations as human beings (John 14:8-11, Hebrews 2:16-17).

Through His works, He showed us the significance and benefits of enjoying the presence of the Almighty God. Just as God paid attention to the suffering of His people in Egypt and stepped into deliver them at the right time, He is fully aware of your situation, and He is highly interested in helping you out. God will step into your situation today and turn your life around for good in Jesus Name. Open Heaven 13 March 2018

Jesus has broken down the wall of separation between God and humanity (Ephesians 2:14-16). We therefore have open access to the presence of God to enjoy salvation, abundant life, peace, joy, healing, deliverance, victory and all-round success in this world.

More importantly, we also have access to the straight and narrow way that leads to heaven. Are you enjoying God’s divine presence through Jesus Christ? If you are not, you are missing out on a lot of great things.

Give your life to Christ, and the Holy Spirit will flood your life with manifest presence of God. You will flood your life with the manifest presence of God. You will then have a taste of his wonderful presence as describe in today’ Bible reading.

If you are save begin to fellowship more than the Holy Spirit, and He will manifest more of Jesus, who is embodiment of the divine presence, to you. I pray that God will manifest Himself in your life so much that you will begin to tell your personal testimony all over the world in Jesus’ Name.

Open Heaven 14 March 2018 Prayer Point

Father, please show me Your presence in Jesus’ Name.

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Easter Saturday Sermon Ray Stedman 2018

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TOPIC – Poured Out A daily devotion for March 14th by Ray Stedman

Read the Scripture: Philippians 2:16-18

And then I will be able to boast on the day of Christ that I did not run or labor in vain. Phil 2:16b

Paul is looking forward to the great day when time will be rolled up as the dawn and cast aside, and all the fruit of Christian labor will be made visible-when all the gold, silver and precious stones that result from Christ at work in us will be gathered up and displayed. All of the wood, hay and stubble that results from our self-effort for him will be burned. Christ’s steadfast continuing work in you is your holding fast to the word of life, and this is what will result in praise and rejoicing in that day. Regardless of the circumstances or the praise of men or whether there are immediate results, continue, hold fast-don’t give up! Then Paul says when I see the results of your faith my heart will swell with pride because I’ll know I’ve not helped you in vain.

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Looking on to his impending death Paul says, even if I am being poured like a drink offering on the sacrifice and service coming from your faith. Even if that should occur, if I should know that you are holding fast to the indwelling Christ, I will die with gladness and joy in my heart. If you hear I have died that way, you too can rejoice and be glad. This is the ground of Christian rejoicing — a refreshing, fruitful life, pouring out rivers of living water to others, conditioned upon unrelenting reliance upon the indwelling Lord Jesus.

We read in Hebrews 12:2 of our Lord, who For the joy set before him … endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. What was the joy that was set before him? It was his glorious expectation that into the lives of men and women who were being blasted and ruined, torn apart and disintegrated by sin, and rebellion, his healing life would enter. He would integrate all of life and bring focus and perspective, and call men back to all the expected fruitfulness of the Christian life. Anticipating what his life would accomplish, and knowing he would be reunited with his father, he endured the cross. He poured out his blood as a drink offering upon our faith, and is now seated victorious on the throne on high.

When we come to the Lord’s table, we celebrate this drink offering poured out for us. He emptied himself that we might have him in us, the source of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control-the fruit of his Spirit. This is the underlying principle of Christian living, the self-giving love poured out on behalf of another. How beautifully it is exemplified in the life of Paul. It is only possible as we reckon on Christ’s life within both to will and to do of his good purpose.

Lord Jesus, you have poured out your life for me. Help me to endure whatever you have in store for me, knowing that your purpose is to display your very life to me, and thereby to those around me.

Life Application: Ray Stedman Daily Devotion Email

What is our highest goal and our greatest joy in this earth’s pilgrimage? Do we need to reaffirm the privilege of a life poured-out in joyful obedience to the One who alone can produce the fruit of His Spirit?

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Happiness : Devotional By Billy Graham March 14, 2018

The Promises of God By Billy Graham April 22

Devotional By Billy Graham March 14, 2018

So don’t be anxious about tomorrow. God will take care of your tomorrow too. Live one day at a time.
—Matthew 6:34 (TLB)

Happiness Devotional By Billy March 14, 2018

Happiness: Devotional By Billy March 14, 2018

King George V wrote on the flyleaf of the Bible of a friend, “The secret of happiness is not to do what you like to do, but to learn to like what you have to do.” Too many think of happiness as some sort of will-o’-the-wisp thing that is discovered by constant and relentless searching. It is not found by seeking. It is not an end in itself. Pots of gold are never found at the end of the rainbow, as we used to think when we were children; gold is mined from the ground or panned laboriously from a mountain stream.

 

Jesus once told His disciples, “Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you.” The “things” He spoke of were the things that make us feel happy and secure—food, drink, clothes, shelter. He told us not to make these the chief goal of our lives but to “seek the kingdom” and these needs would be automatically supplied. There, if we will take it, is the secret of happiness.

Happiness Devotional By Billy Graham March 14, 2018

Prayer for the day
Forgive me, Father, for the times when I am anxious. You have promised to take care of all my needs.

DAILY DEVOTION Devotional By Billy Graham March 14, 2018

Enhance each day with verses from the Bible, reflections from Billy Graham, and prayer. You will find the strength, peace and comfort you need to strengthen your walk with Christ.

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Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 14 March Redeemed From Every Type Of Sickness

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Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 14 March

Redeemed From Every Type Of Sickness

Galatians 3:13

The One who cleansed lepers, opened blind eyes and made the lame to walk took your sins, sicknesses and every curse when He hung on Calvary’s tree. The curses that were meant for you because of your sins fell on Him instead. He was cursed in your place to redeem you from every curse that comes as a result of breaking God’s laws.

Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 14 March

Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 14 March

What are these curses? They are listed in Deuteronomy 28. It is a long and detailed list. Don’t get frightened when you read the curses, but rejoice because Christ has redeemed you from every single one of them, including those curses of sicknesses!

Are you stricken with tuberculosis, fever or inflammation? (Deuteronomy 28:22) Christ has redeemed you from every one of these conditions!

Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 14 March

Do you have painful boils, tumors or an itch which doctors say cannot be healed? (Deuteronomy 28:27) Christ has redeemed you from every one of these conditions!

Perhaps yours is a serious and prolonged sickness. (Deuteronomy 28:59) It doesn’t matter. Christ has redeemed you from every prolonged sickness!

Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 14 March

“Well, Pastor Prince, you have covered tuberculosis, fever, itch…but what about my disease? It is not covered in Deuteronomy 28. Did Jesus forget my disease?”

No, His work is perfect! Look at Deuteronomy 28:61: “Also every sickness and every plague, which is not written in this Book of the Law, will the Lord bring upon you until you are destroyed.” That covers everything. So if Christ has redeemed you from this curse, then He has redeemed you from every type of sickness! I don’t care what new type of sickness the world discovers because Christ has redeemed us from every type of sickness!

Now, if you have a particular sickness, say, “This (name the sickness) is part of the curse of the law. But Galatians 3:13 says that Christ has redeemed me from the curse of the law. Therefore, I have been redeemed from (name the sickness)!” Believe and confess that every day, and as surely as Jesus took every curse of sickness, your healing will break forth! Grace Inspirations Joseph Prince Ministries 14 March

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