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Christmas Eve Communion

Christmas Eve Family Communion 2020 with
Marty, Kathy and Melissa.

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Praying for Miracles This Christmas Season

(Kathy Gabler)— Miracles are begun in grace and perfected in glory.  They start with God’s supernatural enabling and come to complete manifestation through His intent and purpose and timing. As I wait on God, I shall continue to pray for miracles this Christmas season because the coming of the Christ is still in effect as well as God’s goodwill toward men.  May His presence and power and purpose and timing change your life as His goodwill touches the earth again.

Kathy, Melissa and I invite you to join us at Kingdom Congress 2020. It will be March 4-6, 2020 at Grace International Willis,TX. CLICK HERE for all information for KC2020.


What A Victim Sees

The answer to the question,  “If God be for us, who can be against us?” is self—self that is not confident that God is for us, self that builds a case of “WHY” God shouldn’t be for us, Face-in-Mirror1and self that is so captive that he can’t see God is bigger than his issues. That self won’t let God be for us.  So, then self can turn you into a victim instead of a son.  Victims don’t see themselves as God sees them.  The victim-mentality is an old, worn path all the way back to the Garden.  The first question God ever asked a man was, “Where are you?” That was not because God didn’t know where Adam was.  He was asking, “Where are you that you are avoiding Me?”  The second question was, “Who told you you were naked?  Why have you condemned  yourself?”  The third question was, “Did you eat the fruit that I told you not to eat?”  “Have you been disobedient, son?” Instead of owning up as a confident son, Adam became a victim and answered:  “This woman YOU gave me did it.”  Poor Adam was “unjustly suffering” because of a woman God created, and he saw himself  victim-like not son-like.

(This is an excerpt from an article by Kathy Gabler entitled “Offense: The Kingdom In Action” in which she talks about the advantage of moving from merely a defensive strategy to an offensive strategy.)