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GLOBAL PROMOTIONS

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Global Promotions

JUST 30 DAYS AWAY! David Phelps will put on a concert you won’t want to miss with his "AFTER THE DOWNBEAT" tour on March 23 in Parkersburg, WV!
Visit the link below or call 304-893-9599 for tickets:
www.itickets.com/events/477148.html
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JUST 30 DAYS AWAY! David Phelps will put on a concert you wont want to miss with his AFTER THE DOWNBEAT tour on March 23 in Parkersburg, WV! 
Visit the link below or call 304-893-9599 for tickets:
http://www.itickets.com/events/477148.html
5 hours ago
Global Promotions

What is something we desperately need ourselves, but can be hesitant to give to others? Nope, not money, no, not love or time. It is mercy. Years ago when I was headmaster of a school I would have parents coming in for an interview to see if they wanted to place their children in the school. They wanted a Christian school that had standards, rules, and high academics. When their child became a part of our school and got into trouble by breaking those rules, the parents weren’t all about the rules then, they wanted mercy for their child.

We can be so hard-nosed when it comes to other people’s sins or shortcomings, but when we sin or make mistakes we want and hope for forgiveness and mercy. I have even heard some Christians make the statement, “I hope they burn in hell for what they did”. Regardless of the sin, God’s desire is for them to repent, change, and be forgiven. Matthew 5:7 says, “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy”. Do you want mercy? Then we need to be merciful. We have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, and we have all fallen flat on our faces. Let’s be the ones to show mercy, to pick someone up and help them when they are down, and always be willing to forgive and restore as the person responds to the conviction power of the Holy Spirit. We all need mercy, so let’s determine to be merciful and we will all be better for it.

Luke 6:36 Be merciful, even as your Father is merciful.

James 2:13 For judgment is without mercy to one who has shown no mercy. Mercy triumphs over judgment.

Matthew 5:7 “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy.

Matthew 9:13 Go and learn what this means, ‘I desire mercy, and not sacrifice.’ For I came not to call the righteous, but sinners.”
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What is something we desperately need ourselves, but can be hesitant to give to others?  Nope, not money, no, not love or time. It is mercy.  Years ago when I was headmaster of a school I would have parents coming in for an interview to see if they wanted to place their children in the school.  They wanted a Christian school that had standards, rules, and high academics.  When their child became a part of our school and got into trouble by breaking those rules, the parents weren’t all about the rules then, they wanted mercy for their child.  

We can be so hard-nosed when it comes to other people’s sins or shortcomings, but when we sin or make mistakes we want and hope for forgiveness and mercy.  I have even heard some Christians make the statement, “I hope they burn in hell for what they did”.  Regardless of the sin, God’s desire is for them to repent, change, and be forgiven.  Matthew 5:7  says, “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy”.  Do you want mercy? Then we need to be merciful.  We have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, and we have all fallen flat on our faces.  Let’s be the ones to show mercy, to pick someone up and help them when they are down, and always be willing to forgive and restore as the person responds to the conviction power of the Holy Spirit.  We all need mercy, so let’s determine to be merciful and we will all be better for it.

Luke 6:36 Be merciful, even as your Father is merciful.

James 2:13 For judgment is without mercy to one who has shown no mercy. Mercy triumphs over judgment.

Matthew 5:7 “Blessed are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy.

Matthew 9:13 Go and learn what this means, ‘I desire mercy, and not sacrifice.’ For I came not to call the righteous, but sinners.”
6 hours ago
Global Promotions

WHAT A DEAL! Three favorite Lanny Wolfe Trio projects for only $29.95. Includes one of the top three most requested songs for the recent Lanny Wolfe Trio & Friends with the Mark Lowry ‘just Whenever" program . . . PRECIIOUS BLOOD! To order online, click on paradigmmusic.net/product/cds-30502-30602-30802-special-33002/ or call 281-772-2762 See MoreSee Less

WHAT A DEAL! Three favorite Lanny Wolfe Trio projects for only $29.95.  Includes one of the top three most requested songs for the recent Lanny Wolfe Trio & Friends with the Mark Lowry just Whenever program . . . PRECIIOUS BLOOD!  To order online, click on https://paradigmmusic.net/product/cds-30502-30602-30802-special-33002/ or call 281-772-2762
6 hours ago
Global Promotions

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SOUTHERN GOSPEL NEWS TODAY

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The Southern Plainsmen said to come on out!!!

Are you ready? I have always been raised to believe that Jesus could come back at any moment. I believe that, but even if you don’t, I advise you to be ready just in case your escatology is off a bit. The issue I have faced from time to time is knowing beyond any doubt I am truly ready. You would think it would be simple in that if I am saved thus I am ready, and since I am saved so I am ready. Yet my upbringing also placed within me a feeling that if I had any unconfessed sin I wouldn’t make it, but would miss the rapture and would have to go through the Great Tribulation. Do you ever have those doubts? On one hand, I don’t want to go through my Christian life afraid there is some sin I forgot to confess or some sin of omission I am not aware of, and yet on the other hand I don’t want to have the attitude I can purposely sin, neglect my walk with God, and be ready for His return. Questioning my readiness has been beneficial in one way in that it has caused me to desire to keep my relationship with God current.

I finally came to the place several years ago that God knows me. He knows my heart, my weaknesses, my failures, and who I am. With that being the case, He knows I love him, He knows I want to serve Him, He knows I am not perfect, and He knows I do not want to sin. While I can remember a lot of my sins, God had chosen not to remember any of them that He has forgiven. I can think of many reasons why I don’t deserve God’s grace and mercy, and yet I am profoundly grateful He has always supplied both liberally. When I try each day to serve Him, like a child I sometimes stumble and fall, and yet He quickly scoops me up in His loving arms and places me back on my feet. While I may be tempted to look at it as if I have to somehow be perfect to meet the Lord in the air, in reality, I simply need to be saved with my name written in the Lamb’s Book of Life. Our journey will be filled with ups and downs, victories and defeats, but Jesus remains the same. Walk in the Spirit, strive to seek the Lord first and His righteousness, and know that with every temptation there is a way of escape. Always remember should you fall or fail, our Lord is faithful to hear our prayers and cleanse us from all unrighteousness. Let’s be ready, for surely He is coming soon. Oh, and by the way, be loving and patient with your brothers and sisters who also are not perfect, since they are just like you.

Luke 21:28 And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.

Matthew 24:44 Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh.

Hebrews 6:11 And we desire that every one of you do shew the same diligence to the full assurance of hope unto the end.
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Are you ready?  I have always been raised to believe that Jesus could come back at any moment. I believe that, but even if you don’t, I advise you to be ready just in case your escatology is off a bit.  The issue I have faced from time to time is knowing beyond any doubt I am truly ready.  You would think it would be simple in that if I am saved thus I am ready, and since I am saved so I am ready. Yet my upbringing also placed within me a feeling that if I had any unconfessed sin I wouldn’t make it, but would miss the rapture and would have to go through the Great Tribulation.  Do you ever have those doubts?  On one hand, I don’t want to go through my Christian life afraid there is some sin I forgot to confess or some sin of omission I am not aware of, and yet on the other hand I don’t want to have the attitude I can purposely sin, neglect my walk with God,  and be ready for His return.  Questioning my readiness has been beneficial in one way in that it has caused me to desire to keep my relationship with God current. 
 
I finally came to the place several years ago that God knows me. He knows my heart, my weaknesses, my failures, and who I am.  With that being the case, He knows I love him, He knows I want to serve Him, He knows I am not perfect, and He knows I do not want to sin. While I can remember a lot of my sins, God had chosen not to remember any of them that He has forgiven.  I can think of many reasons why I don’t deserve God’s grace and mercy, and yet I am profoundly grateful He has always supplied both liberally.  When I try each day to serve Him, like a child I sometimes stumble and fall, and yet He quickly scoops me up in His loving arms and places me back on my feet. While I may be tempted to look at it as if I have to somehow be perfect to meet the Lord in the air, in reality, I simply need to be saved with my name written in the Lamb’s Book of Life.  Our journey will be filled with ups and downs, victories and defeats, but Jesus remains the same. Walk in the Spirit, strive to seek the Lord first and His righteousness, and know that with every temptation there is a way of escape. Always remember should you fall or fail, our Lord is faithful to hear our prayers and cleanse us from all unrighteousness.  Let’s be ready, for surely He is coming soon. Oh, and by the way, be loving and patient with your brothers and sisters who also are not perfect, since they are just like you.
 
Luke 21:28 And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draweth nigh.
 
Matthew 24:44 Therefore be ye also ready: for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man cometh. 
 
Hebrews 6:11 And we desire that every one of you do shew the same diligence to the full assurance of hope unto the end.

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Good Thursday Morning and welcome to “Rejuvenate With Reagan” with your Host Reagan Baucom and her cohost Ruby. Enjoy her inspirational words this morning and also listen to her Monday – Friday mornings as she cohosts the “Family & Friends” Morning Show on The LifeFM Network. See MoreSee Less

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GETTING TO KNOW YOU WITH HOST PAUL PITTS

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Looking forward to Sunday’s interview with Dr. Tim Hill, General Overseer of the Church of God. You will enjoy his story and his inspiring words of wisdom. See MoreSee Less

Looking forward to Sunday’s interview with Dr. Tim Hill, General Overseer of the Church of God. You will enjoy his story and his inspiring words of wisdom.
3 days ago
Getting To Know You with Host Paul Pitts

The Global Church Network said – We were honored to host Synergize 2024 last week, with nearly 900 pastors and leaders joining us from 50 plus nations. During the opening Wednesday session, we presented to Dr. Timothy Hill, The Global Statesmanship Award. In the last 22 years, the Global Church Network has only given two such awards. Previously, Dr. Jack Hayford and Dr. Tommy Barnett received this distinguished award. May the Lord of the Harvest give us another 1000 Dr. Hills!

We want to congratulate Dr. Tim Hill – General Overseer of the Church of God for his great ministry and the recognition of it. His life has been one of servitude for Christ and the Church. This coming Sunday we will have him as our guest. We had a great interview with him a while back that tells his story of Ministry in the sharing the Word of God through Preaching, the written word through both the books and songs he has written and also through his great singing. You will enjoy learning more about this great Ministry leader!
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The Global Church Network said - We were honored to host Synergize 2024 last week, with nearly 900 pastors and leaders joining us from 50 plus nations. During the opening Wednesday session, we presented to Dr. Timothy Hill, The Global Statesmanship Award. In the last 22 years, the Global Church Network has only given two such awards. Previously, Dr. Jack Hayford and Dr. Tommy Barnett received this distinguished award. May the Lord of the Harvest give us another 1000 Dr. Hills!

We want to congratulate Dr. Tim Hill - General Overseer of the Church of God for his great ministry and the recognition of it. His life has been one of servitude for Christ and the Church. This coming Sunday we will have him as our guest. We had a great interview with him a while back that tells his story of Ministry in the sharing the Word of God through Preaching, the written word through both the books and songs he has written and also through his great singing. You will enjoy learning more about this great Ministry leader!
4 days ago
Getting To Know You with Host Paul Pitts

Our special guest today is Mike LeFevre of The LeFevre Quartet. Mike stands as a prominent figure in the Southern Gospel Music Industry, hailing from one of the most legendary families in Gospel Music. Building upon a rich musical heritage, Mike carved his own distinguished name in the genre. You will enjoy our conversation with updates today! See MoreSee Less

5 days ago
Getting To Know You with Host Paul Pitts

It was great to be with The LeFevre Quartet recently and hearing them singing several songs off their newest project. Be sure and join Mike LeFevre and Paul Pitts Sunday Morning at 7am on “Getting To Know You with Host Paul Pitts” and get an update on the Lefevres, their new project, and how Jordan is doing since his accident…. See MoreSee Less

It was great to be with  The LeFevre Quartet recently and hearing them singing several songs off their newest project. Be sure and join Mike LeFevre and Paul Pitts Sunday Morning at 7am on “Getting To Know You with Host Paul Pitts” and get an update on the Lefevres, their new project, and how Jordan is doing since his accident….Image attachment

This Sunday Morning at 7am our special guest on “Getting To Know You with Host Paul Pitts” will be Mike LeFevre of The LeFevre Quartet. He will be updating us on several things including new music and
Jordan Lefevre’s recovery from his accident. Be sure and tune in!
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This Sunday Morning at 7am our special guest on “Getting To Know You with Host Paul Pitts” will be Mike LeFevre of The LeFevre Quartet. He will be updating us on several things including new music and 
Jordan Lefevre’s recovery from his accident. Be sure and tune in!
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