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The Secret of the Victorious Life

Galatians 3:1-3

Jesus came that we might have life and have it more abundantly. The abundant life is a life of joy, peace, fulfillment, meaning, and victory. However, very few of God’s people experience a quality of life that deserves to be called “abundant.” In fact I would estimate that 90% of the Christian people I know...

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The Church Militant

Galatians 6:9

Bishop Keyes once said, “We need to recover and maintain the balance between ‘red hot evangelism’ and down-to-earth religious education.” The fact is that these two cannot be separated. Evangelism without discipleship is incomplete evangelism. Discipleship without evangelism is incomplete discipleship....

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Today's Devotional

Prayer and Work

A minister who was conducting worship services in the White House quoted a maxim of Augustine: “I will work as if everything depended on me; I shall pray as if everything depended on God.”

Prayer and work naturally go together. Jesus said, “Men ought always to pray, and not to faint” (Luke 18:1). Prayer is important but prayer is not a substitute for work; it is a desperate effort to work further and to be efficient beyond the range of one’s powers. It is not the lazy who are most inclined to prayer; those who pray most care most, and who, having worked hard, find it intolerable to be defeated.

While the Bible repeatedly urges us to pray, it also urges us to work. For example, it says, “Let us abound in the work of the Lord” and “Let us not be weary in well doing.” Work and prayer are an unbeatable combination. To live life at its best give both of them a prominent place in your life.

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