This Week Summon
Those who Walk with God Reaches their Destination
THE MAN OR WOMAN WHO WALKS WITH GOD REACHES THEIR DESTINATION

Genesis 5: 21   And Enoch lived sixty and five years, and begat Methuselah: 22   And Enoch walked with God after he begat Methuselah three hundred years, and begat sons and daughters: 23   And all the days of Enoch were three hundred sixty and five years: 24   And Enoch walked with God: and he was not; for God took him.

Genesis 6:9   These are the generations of Noah: Noah was a just man and perfect in his generations, and Noah walked with God.


You can run from the will of God and be miserable or you can do God will for your life and have unspeakable joy and happiness. For anyone who chooses to be in the will of God, the key is to walk with God.

People ask me all the time: How can I find the will of God for my life? The best advice I can give is walk with God. Only by walking with God can we find the will of God for our life. The man or woman who walks with God will always reach their destination. Our destination means our destiny. Everyone has a destiny and for all of us it is Godís will for our life. We reach our destiny Ė Godís will Ė by walking with God.

If you have made some mistakes in your life and are wondering how to get in God will, the answer is to start walking with God. Young people who have [...] Read More
Those who Walk with God Reaches their Destination
THE MAN OR WOMAN WHO WALKS WITH GOD REACHES THEIR DESTINATION

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Godís Sustaining Grace
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MOVING OUT OF YOUR COMFORT ZONE
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Godís Lost and Found Department
THE LOST SON
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Bible Study
When God Leads the Way
Main theme

We are like Moses. When led by God, we do not see God face, but his back. Why is that? We cannot see his face, because we cannot see him coming. We see God is back, because we see where he has been, and what he has done in the past. We do not anticipate, or second-guess God. It is only after long reflection that we are finally struck with what God has been doing all along.
Introduction

Chris Rose writing in Readers Digest said, "As a real-estate agent, I spent six months showing homes to one couple. At last I found two that they liked, but they could not decide which to buy. The wife and I returned to the second house, and she began wandering about for another look, while I waited upstairs. Eventually, she told me that they would take the first home. I asked how she made her decision. I was standing in the family room, the woman explained, and I asked God to g [...] Read More