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Do You Believe That God Can Do The Impossible?
James 5:16 (Part of the Revival 2013 series).
People have forgotten God. God will hold us all accountable for NOT spreading His Word to the rest of the world. When we stand in judgement we will be held accountable for our own sins, not each others. How long has it been that you've prayer as Daniel? If you had one prayer left, would you pray for yourself or for another? With God all things are possible. You must obey God and do what He says. You can't be disobedient and expect God to answer your prayers. Don't be afraid to witness to someone because of they way they look. God in Jesus name! The preachers job is to preach and feed the flock. The lay members job is to work in the church going out and bringing others in. How many folks have you won to The Lord? Have you wondered why some of your prayers are not answered? Satan is not in hell, he is here on earth. He will be cast into hell on the last day, but until then he walks among us. Don't give up on your prayers, keep praying and petitioning The Lord. God answers prayers in His time, not in ours. God isn't about numbers, there are some with high numbers but God isn't in them. If you've got an apple tree in your yard, not every year will it produce good apples. But in the end, it produced some good apples. If your saved, the devil must ask permission to touch you. Only God can take your life, not satan. Do you really believe in The Lord? Do you believe He's on the throne? If you believe, then you'll live it.
Preached by Jason Blair on June 16, 2013 (Revival).
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