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Sunday, August 21, 2005
Forgiven
   This is another flash movie that I love... from a dear friend Jonah who never fails to get in touch as always... she indeed inspires me.... I love this flash movie... kinda refreshing most especially the bible verse that has been used in this verse movie... very lovely....

   Allow me to share it again to you peeps....

Forgiven

   
   
   By the way visit this site for other flash movie that will make your day....

 Interview with God . Com
   

Posted at Sunday, August 21, 2005 by Star-Tariray
LeT mE kNoW UR tHoUgHtS.......  

 
Saturday, August 20, 2005
The Love Verse
   A dear Friend of mine send me a mail containing this site... I did enjoyed watching and hearing it's sounds..... oh, in deed so lovely....

   Let me share it with you...


   The LoVe Verses


Be blessed!....
 

Posted at Saturday, August 20, 2005 by Star-Tariray
LeT mE kNoW UR tHoUgHtS.......  

 
Friday, August 19, 2005
The Battle of Faith

2 CHRONICLES 20:1-18

Faith is sometimes a battle. One day we feel drawn in the direction of trusting God, and then suddenly, we're on the other side, doubting Him. The pendulum of our thinking and emotions can swing from confidence to uncertainty all too easily if we are unprepared. Thankfully, God provides a key to stabilizing our faith.

Periods of doubt-causing fear, anger, or stress are normal for human beings, but we have the choice to bring these natural feelings under subjection to the Lord. One of the best ways to begin this process is by recalling His nature and promises. When Satan is feeding us reasons to doubt, God wants us to draw from our well of spiritual knowledge. Focusing on the Father swings our pendulum to trust.

King Jehoshaphat demonstrated his total confidence in God when he learned of an incoming attack. Despite his initial reaction of fear, he called for the people of Judah to fast and then spoke an amazing God-centered prayer—He praised God, recalled His past provision, and requested His protection. (verses 6-12) As believers, we often unwittingly fall into a pattern of praying with self-centered and negative words—we detail our problem, beg for help, and leap to our feet still fretting. But the direct result of Jehoshaphat's prayer was a quiet, trusting spirit. He swung from fear and doubt to confidence by looking not at his approaching enemy, but at God.

Faith pendulum swings are typical of believers, but we choose the length of time we will hover in the shadow of doubt. Faith-growing trust is only a prayer away.


Posted at Friday, August 19, 2005 by Star-Tariray
LeT mE kNoW UR tHoUgHtS.......  

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