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Frank King
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Attended Savannah State University
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I believe local churches can learn a lot from Mission Teens, Inc. about the power of effective discipleship. It has been effectively making disciples for over 40 years. Its success rate greatly exceeds that of any secular rehabilitation program. In some local churches, the program participants would not even be welcome. But Mission Teens, Inc. is living proof that through Christ and effective discipleship, even the most defeated and desperate soul can become a champion for God.
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Let us not be naïve, concerning the goal of the enemy. He is on the war path against all who name the name of Christ. Everything we hold dear is on the devil’s radar. That includes our children, our marriage, and our health, to name a few. We can respond in one of two ways. We can be passive and take his wrath. Or—we can rise up and stay his hand through the power of #prayer. What say you?
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“Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walks about, seeking whom he may devour,” the Bible says (1 Peter 5:8). Our enemy is relentless. He’s looking for a weak spot to strike a crucial blow against us. We must keep ourselves spiritually built up on all fronts, giving no place to the enemy.
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I am of the conviction that there is no work more important than the Lord's work. That's because His work is of eternal consequences. And He has made us laborers together with Him. So what is your attitude toward what you do for the Lord? Let the world see your excitement about being a part of God's awesome team. "Never be lacking in zeal, but keep your spiritual fervor, serving the Lord" (Romans 12:11).
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The Barna Group recently conducted a two-part nationwide study involving 610 Protestant church pastors across the country. The study focused on these pastors’ personal use of the Internet and their attitude toward it as a tool for ministry. I believe that effective use of the Internet is important for the Christian church today. A growing number of people today virtually live in Cyberspace. When we effectively leverage the power of the internet, God can and will use it to reach those outside the church.
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"Behold, what manner of love the Father has bestowed upon us, that we should be called to be the sons of God...." (1 John 3:1). Being a son [or daughter] of God is more than a name or title we boast about. But sonship has its privileges. Through it, we have access to everything the Father owns--and that is everything. #SonOfGod
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The way God is currently working in your life may make no sense at all to you. But He has a good reason for doing things the way He does. He knows what He’s doing, in spite of how things appear. Trust Him. He always has your best interest at heart.
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“A fool despises his father’s instruction: but he that regards reproof is prudent” (Proverbs 15:5). This verse specifically refers to our earthly father. But I’m thinking, how much more so is this true about our heavenly Father? It is prudent (wise) for us to heed His words of #correction. It is foolish to despise them. He does not correct us for His own pleasure but for our personal benefit.
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We can’t separate our heart from our #worship. Some churchgoers think that their relationship with God does not matter, as long as they come and worship Him. But God looks beyond our external expressions of worship and looks on our heart. He makes His assessment of our worship based on what He sees there.
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The Word of God is life-giving. “The Spirit gives life; the flesh counts for nothing. The words I have spoken to you are spirit and they are life,” Jesus says (John 6:63). Day-to-day living takes life out of us. But the Word of God replenishes us, giving life to every part of our being we allow it to touch.  Daily consumption of the Word of God is not an option but a must, if we want to become and remain strong in the Lord.   
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My word  for you today is #peace . “Let the peace of God rule in your hearts…,” the Bible says (Col. 3:15).  The key word here is “let” or “allow.” In life, we will be subjected to the full gamut of emotions (laughter, sorrow, joy, disappointments, pain, crying, anxiety, etc.) But God has put within us a supernatural peace that surpasses all of these. He is calling us to allow His peace to rule in our hearts.
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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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