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Peace, healing, deliverance, they are the free gift of God received through faith. Money alone cannot change your life; if it could, the lame man in Acts 3 wouldn't have been laid at the Temple gate for 40 years - he needed something beyond money, he needed a healing touch from God. No money in the world can buy peace with God. Only He can forgive every sin, only He can change your life.

David Hathaway's podcast message, 'Peace with God' - available now on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube. Also available on our website https://www.eurovision.org.uk/blog/2018/11/5/peace-with-god
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In every one's life there comes a day and an hour when God will meet with you, when He will deliver you. We don't know the time chosen, but if you will listen, if you will search for God, your day of deliverance will come. How many times did Jesus enter the Temple throughout the course of His life? In Acts 3, there is a man who was lame from birth and was carried to the temple gate called Beautiful, where he was put every day to beg from those going into the temple courts. Each day hundreds of people would pass him, yet on one appointed day, Peter reached out his hand and said, "Silver and gold I do not have, but what I have I give you. In the Name of Jesus Christ, walk!"
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God never fails; He cannot fail. Everything He does is a miracle. The day God fails, He is no longer God. It's His character. He is the God of miracles! We all have many kinds of problems, many different needs, but I believe in miracles. Every act of God is a miracle, because a miracle is something man cannot do. Why did God send Jesus to earth? To prove He has power on earth to forgive sin and heal the sick.
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Jesus, the Son of God, was a man of sorrows, acquainted with grief, rejected by men; yet He had so much power, not just power in heaven, but power on earth. Why did God send His Son alone into a world which would kill Him? To demonstrate two things: firstly, that He had power on earth to heal the sick, and secondly, that He could forgive sin. This is why He could say to the paralytic, "Be of good cheer; your sins are forgiven you: arise, take up your bed and walk!"
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Last weekend, an estimated crowd of 5000 attended the 25th anniversary of Salvation Church, Kiev. David was the guest speaker at the open-air celebration. Salvation church work in one of the densest dormitory populations of Kiev – supported by the Mayor of the district and his administration – because the drug addicts and homeless are saved, crime has fallen, and the streets have been cleaned up both literally and spiritually by the effectiveness of the Gospel of Jesus Christ!
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You can't have a miracle without a problem! If the boat had not been in a storm on the sea, there would have been no miracle with Jesus walking on the water. If you want to see miracles, God is going to use your problem, your difficulty, your crisis, in order to work the miracle. That crisis you have - that sickness, that cancer, that arthritis, that financial problem - God will use this to create a miracle.

God does not work miracles alone! He needs people to be involved in them. When He miraculously fed 5000, first, He needed 5000 hungry people, as well as a boy with five loaves and two fishes. When He walked on water, the miracle also required the storm and the disciples. In order that your miracle can happen, God needs you to become part of the miracle.

Extract from David Hathaway's podcast message: Miracles require problems - available on iTunes, Google Podcasts and YouTube.

https://www.eurovision.org.uk/blog/2018/9/24/miracles-require-problems
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In the middle of the storm, during the fourth watch of the night, Jesus began to walk on the water towards the disciples. Notice the the time! Time with God is so important. If only you and I knew the time God has chosen, what a difference it would make to our lives. It is so significant that when Jesus is walking towards the disciples in that storm-tossed ship, the time He chooses is the darkest hour, when the storm is at its highest. But Jesus is there, walking towards them.

Extract from David Hathaway's podcast message: 'Jesus is walking towards you' - Available on iTunes, Google Podcasts, YouTube

https://www.eurovision.org.uk/blog/2018/9/17/jesus-is-walking-towards-you
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Live in the joy of your inheritance through Jesus. Your Father has promised you miracles of healing; joy unspeakable; He has promised you the world. Live in the blessing of God; enjoy the abundance of Christ.

Do you know the promises of God? Have you seen the promises of God? Before I read the Bible, I say, "Lord, open my eyes". I become spiritually rich. I become full. Because I am living on the Word of God, and the promises of God, and the power of God. I want you to see it. I want you to take it. When Moses sent the twelve spies into the Promised Land, they all saw how wonderful it was. You can see the wonderful promises too, and live a blessed life in Christ.

https://youtu.be/4Y7a7rpDAkY
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In March 2013, Anton, who had experienced a dramatic miracle ten years prior in Perm, Russia, stood on the platform with David Hathaway in Israel and gave his amazing testimony: how when he was living in Russia he was dying in hospital from gangrene in his leg and hepatitis; how his grandmother insisted David prayed with him; how David visited him in the hospital and told him not to allow the doctors to cut his leg off - although this would mean certain death. Yet, Anton believed God and the healing came.
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Life comes with storms. Sometimes we create our own storms: borrow too much money, make wrong choices. Other times, like with the disciples in the storm-tossed ship, you are in a storm because Jesus told you to be there. The disciples were seeking to obey Jesus. He told them to get in the boat and cross to the other side. So that is what they did. Even when the storm hit, they continued to row across Galilee, just as they had been told. But they were in a losing battle: too long in the struggle, too weak to continue. But where was Jesus? He was on the mountain praying (Matthew 14:23).

During your storms, where is Jesus? He is at the right hand of God interceding for you. We are not promised a life of ease, but we are promised that Jesus intercedes for us (Romans 8:34).
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