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May we use music to communicate the gospel to a lost and needy world! http://www.selahonradio.com/?p=3463
Christ – The Only Rock
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God created music to glorify Him. Music is a gift from God and can minister to us in the form of “psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs”.
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The city of Jerusalem belongs to Israel. That's not political, it's Biblical. http://www.selahonradio.com/?p=3459
O Jerusalem!
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The prophet Daniel (in chapter nine), when praying for the restoration of his people after years of captivity, acknowledges the true owner of the city Jerusalem in verse.  Jerusalem is God’s …
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Our nation's values are twisted and unbiblical. This is revealed by the things and the people we are impressed with. http://www.selahonradio.com/?p=3455
Impressions
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It’s sad to see the people of God “in awe” of those who are highly esteemed in any field, yet ungodly.
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  • Do all to the glory of God!

    ‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭10:23-33 “All things are lawful,” but not all things are helpful. “All things are lawful,” but not all things build up. Let no one seek his own...Read More

    The Lord's timing is perfect!

    Many times I have prayed that Jesus would come back for us, but I now realize how selfish a prayer that is.  If I am thinking only of my wants and my needs when I pray that.  I...Read More
  • Get Acquainted With God

    Do you read the bible for information or for revelation? Are you prone towards the academics of the faith of Christ, or intimacy with Christ Himself? Job 22.21 Acquaint now...Read More

    A Call for Reverence

    1 Timothy 2.8-10 Therefore, I want the men in every place to pray, lifting up holy hands without anger or argument. Also, the women are to dress themselves in modest clothing,...Read More

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By Collin Zweigle

On Easter Sunday we gathered together and we read this passage from Acts chapter 2: “‘In those days I will pour out my Spirit even on my servants—men and women alike— and they will prophesy. And I will cause wonders in the heavens above and signs on the earth below— blood and fire and clouds of smoke. The sun will become dark, and the moon will turn blood red before that great and glorious day of the LORD arrives. But everyone who calls on the name of the LORD will be saved.’” (Acts 2:18-21 - NLT)

These things that Joel prophesied are very UNCOMMON. None of them happen very often. I can't recall the last time I saw the sun blacked out and the moon turned into actual blood. 

UNCOMMON was the theme at Flower City Work Camp (FCWC) this year. And just as Joel prophesied unusual occurrences would happen, God did uncommon things. First of all the concept of giving up your Spring Break to go work on a house that belongs to someone that you don’t even know is completely ridiculous. Seriously, for a 13 year old, I’m pretty sure there’s a new Pokémon game that just came out that they would rather be playing, but hundreds of them (700 students) left their gaming systems at home and spent their week ministering in the name of Jesus. This is very uncommon, my friends. At FCWC I saw young people lifting their hands in worship night after night, praying over each other, listening to each other, and living out Jesus’ command to love each other. This is a natural thing at Flower City. It’s a shame, but many weeks out of the year we don’t do this quite as well. More than 36 adults from our church right here at Koinonia Fellowship gave of their time (much of it vacation time) to minister in the name of Jesus during FCWC. This is also quite extraordinary. We are just beginning to see the after effects of that week. Those of you who participated deserve a standing ovation, and to those of you who didn’t participate, I hope you feel very left out. I hope that you feel like you missed out on something spectacular, and I hope that you will be challenged and encouraged, maybe even with some healthy peer pressure, to get involved in one of the things that makes being a part of the body of Christ so wonderful. 

If you look back on your life you'll see uncommon things that Jesus did. You’ll see moments, miracles, provisions, things that simply shouldn’t have happened, but did, because God was on your side. He is always for us and never against us.

For us it's not the norm to gather together as an entire congregation on a Sunday morning. It was beautiful to do so on Easter, and I realized, this is uncommon. 

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Relentless

By Collin Zweigle

A few years ago a song by Hillsong United came out called “Relentless.” The chorus goes like this:

“Your love is relentless.
Your love is relentless.
Your love is relentless.
Your love is relentless.”

Over and over that chorus is repeated. The same words are sung. I know it’s easy to find praise choruses repetitive a lot of times, but I encourage you to think about the significance of repetition. In scripture when Jesus says, “Verily, verily I say unto you…” we take that as meaning, “This is super important! Don’t miss this! Write this one down!” I believe that’s something that the writers of our modern worship anthems think about as they write. “Your love is relentless.” Hey, let’s say that a whole bunch of times so we can actually think about it and get it ingrained in our minds. Repetition was literally how we learned to read when we were 3 years old, and it is still an effective teaching tool for us as adults and students today!

Recently I have been reminded of the love of our great God through stories of Christians caught in sin being restored through God’s relentless love. These stories have been hugely impactful to my heart and to my faith. In relation to this, at youth group recently we were talking about the Vine and the branches in John 15. I was marked by the analogy that uses and the truth that a branch is literally part of the plant which it stems from. Jesus is the Vine and we are the branches. We are His branches, a growth out of Him, a part of Him. He is saying that to cut off one of His branches would be like losing a part of Himself.

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Strong marriages are built by God. God uses wisdom, knowledge, and understanding to build the home. "Unless the Lord build the house, they labor in vain that build it."

 

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Father's Heart

An extension of God's Hand, purposed on sharing His love, to the hurting and homeless through the meeting of practical needs and the ministering of the Gospel.

India Connection

Reaching the Unreached - Teaching the Untaught - India Connection meets on the third Thursday of every month at 7 pm.

CompassCare

Dedicated to serving women facing unplanned pregnancies by transforming their fear into confidence. Professional services in a caring environment.

ER Community Resource

Provides food, clothing and services to the needy in our community, including families with small children who might otherwise go hungry.

 

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