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Stay the Course

The divine plan has been devised, the divine plan has been implemented and those who determine to stay the course will enjoy the benefits of the divine conclusion. In the face of unyielding, defying and threatening circumstances a trusting Bible-reading son/daughter of God must stand on their Father’s report and proclaim, “I anticipate the inevitable, supernatural intervention of God”.  (The last excerpt from Marty’s article “Anticipation Nation”)



Anticipate the Intervention of God

What are each of us anticipating seeing in coming days? Though we have often heard it said, it couldn’t help but do us good to say it again, “I anticipate the inevitable, supernatural intervention of God”. If faith comes by hearing, we should stoke the belly of that powerful believing steam engine with Scripture and upward looking quotations of victorious anticipation.   (The second excerpt from Marty’s article “Anticipation Nation”)


“Mature sons of God are peacemakers who have the ability and insight to make peace. Strife and division in a home is a sign of immaturity. A father of a household needs to know how to reconcile and bring peace to his home and family.”— Simon Purvis


Redemptive Intervention

ClassroomHere is yet another possibility for a redemptive act. A pastor and his congregation are continually looking for ways to be involved in their community. They work with law enforcement and with local schools and tutor children after school in a facility that the church has rented just for that purpose. They are very trusted by the local schools. Occasionally a school will ask the pastor (who is also a businessman in the community) to please come and deal with a classroom that has gotten out of control and it is typically because of one child that has gotten out of hand. He will walk into the room, ask the Lord for discernment and wisdom and love. He then takes the errant child aside and simply has a father-like talk with them and lets them know he is for them and they can count on him. Teachers and school officials are very glad he is on their team.
(This is the tenth excerpt from Marty’s article “THY Kingdom Come“ which was published in SEEC Magazine [Marty and Kathy’s ministry magazine]. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Previous excerpts may be read by scrolling down this page.)

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