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4-24-19 Rapture Ready News

Rapture Ready News 24 Apr 2019Published on: April 24, 2019 by RRadmin7 Netanyahu pledges to name Golan town after Trump
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu pledge to build a new community named after US President Donald Trump on the Golan Heights in gratitude for the president’s recognition of Israel’s sovereignty on the strategically important territory. 37 people beheaded by Saudi Arabian government in mass execution
Saudi Arabia on Tuesday beheaded 37 Saudi citizens, most of them minority Shiites, in a mass execution across the country for alleged terrorism-related crimes. It also publicly pinned the executed body and severed head of a convicted Sunni extremist to a pole as a warning to others. Kushner: Two State Solution an ‘old talking point’
Jared Kushner, the advisor and son-in-law of US President Donald Trump, said that the administration’s long-awaited peace plan would not focus on the Two State solution in contrast to past peace plans. Franklin Graham schools Mayor Pete on homosexual…

4-24-19 Daily Prophecy Headlines

4-24-19 Daily Dig

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Daily Dig for April 24Wendell Berry
The Bible leaves no doubt at all about the sanctity of the act of worldmaking, or of the world that was made, or of creaturely or bodily life in this world. We are holy creatures living among other holy creatures in a world that is holy. Some people know this, and some do not. Nobody, of course, knows it all the time. But what keeps it from being far better known than it is? Why is it apparently unknown to millions of professed students of the Bible? How can modern Christianity have so solemnly folded its hands while so much of the work of God was and is being destroyed?
Source: The Art of the Commonplace


4-24-19 Daily Prayer

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Daily Prayer for April 24Christoph Friedrich Blumhardt
And so we have the prophetic word confirmed, which you do well to heed as a light that shines in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts. 2 Peter 1:19, NIVLord God, we thank you for giving us light here on earth, where it is so often completely dark. But in the darkness the name of Jesus Christ shines out as the prophetic Word: “Be comforted. After darkness comes light, after night comes day!” We thank you for this light. In joy we thank you, for we have experienced that Jesus lives and comes to meet each one, bringing victory over enemy powers. In the name of Jesus Christ and in his name alone we ask you to remember the needs of our time. We do not want anything that comes from ourselves. We do not want any earthly peace. We want your peace, Lord God, the peace in which everything becomes new, born anew even in suffering, to the eternal glory of your name. Amen.


4-24-19 Today in the Word

THE GIFTS OF THE SPIRIT 
Wednesday, April 24, 2019 | 1 Corinthians 12:1–11Have you ever opened a gift so perfectly chosen for you that it brought you to tears? Maybe it was a gift you received as a child—something you longed for—or a gift given to you as an adult that demonstrated how well your loved one knew you.In today’s passage, we celebrate the gifts given to us by the Holy Spirit. The word used for spiritual gifts is charisma, the Greek word for “gift.” It is similar to the word charis, which means “grace” in Greek. Grace (charis) is God’s gift given to us for our salvation; and charisma, the gift of the Spirit, is used not to save us but to enable us to edify others. Both are freely given and life changing!Our spiritual gifts are given to us by God and individually selected. For additional reading on spiritual gifts, see Romans 12:6–8 and Ephesians 4. In these passages, we see that our spiritual gifts are important to the body of Christ. God uses your gifts “for the common good”…

4-24-19 Daily Devotion

April 24, 2019 When We Feel Helpless Psalm 119:145-160 We love movies that capture our attention with tales of people who are trapped, helpless, and frantically looking for a way of escape. However, this is not something we want in real life. Yet when it happens, we immediately start looking for the way out and beg God for rescue through physical healing, changed circumstances, or additional provision. Have you ever considered that spiritual rescue is even more important than physical deliverance? Although Jesus has freed us from the penalty and power of sin, there are times when we feel helpless in the face of sinful habits, emotions, rash words, and ungodly thoughts. That’s when we need to follow the example of the psalmist and cry out to God for spiritual rescue. Admit your helplessness to God. In yourself, you have no power to overcome sin. But God’s Spirit within you is almighty. Confess any sins, fears, unbelief, or self-reliance. Surrender all further attempts to change by self-e…