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Frank King
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Attended Savannah State University
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This one is for those of you who faithfully serve the Lord through ministering to and serving others:
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“Wives, be in subjection to your own husbands; that, if any obey not the word, they also may without the word be won by the conversation [lifestyle] of the wives” (1 Peter 3:1). This verse is a testament to the power of a godly woman. Some men will not be won through hearing the gospel. Perhaps, what they need is to see the gospel lived out in the home each day. 
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This tragedy is about more than a dirty, white cop shooting a fleeing, unarmed black man to death. That’s the angle of the news media. But that is merely a symptom of the real problem. “Our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms” (Ephesians 6:12).
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Yes Frank your absolutely right its been countless times these dirty cops have been exposed!!
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God is actively working on your behalf. Don't be passive to a sudden window of opportunity. It might be a door that will open only once in a lifetime.
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Isn't it interesting how 10 of us can look at the exact same situation and all see something totally different? Our personal experiences, biases, ignorance, etc., define the personal lens and filters through which we see and view things and people. That's why we need the Word of God and the Holy Spirit to renew our thinking and our mind. God, help us to view people and things from your perspective and not our own.
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I see the results of this Lifeway Research survey as a form of feedback from those in the church and those outside. Most Americans say churchgoing is still a good thing. But they fail to see the church a relevant voice in today’s culture. At least in their eyes, we have not yet arrived.
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What happened that fateful day at Calvary is not only about the past and future, but also about the present. Almost 2000 years ago, Jesus died on the cross and rose again. In the future, He will come again and gather us unto himself. But now—today--we are indebted to live for Christ who died for us.
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So does grace require us to abandon truth? I think not. "Grace and truth came by Jesus Christ" (John 1:17). Not grace only, but grace AND truth. Under grace, it is still in order to express and to act upon our convictions that are based on biblical truths. Grace does not require us to disavow truth to appease a society gone adrift. Jesus gave us grace and truth; not one at the expense of the other. #GraceAndTruth
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Having a sense of #purpose in life is not merely a good idea but essential. Purpose serves as the metric for which of life's proposals to embrace. Equally important, it is the metric for which things to reject as inconsistent with one's purpose. Without a sense of purpose, you will lack solid footing in life: "A double minded man is unstable in all his ways" (James 1:8).
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Same to you.
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An excerpt from Devotion 88 of my latest book, “Transforming Moments with God”:
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For the disciples, Jesus Christ--The Master Teacher—was their Mentor. Still, they were not ready for ministry until their lives had been empowered by the Holy Spirit. How much more so do we need to be divinely empowered before we go?   #HolySpirit
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Praise the exalted name of Jesus. Let us serve Him in the power of His resurrection.
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Frank King served as a senior pastor of churches for over twelve years. He has a passion for outreach and soul winning. Currently he is a Christian author, and he ministers as an evangelist, preaching the authoritative Word of God without compromise, doctrinally sound, and with a passion to see the people of God live victoriously in Christ. Through the grace of God, he has been blessed to regularly cross cultural lines in his preaching. Visit Frank's Website at http://www.frankking.net
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  • Savannah State University
    1978
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