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by Chris Allen

God created you in His image to reflect His attributes. He also created you to feel accepted, valued, significant, worthy, esteemed and loved. He desires to have a personal and intimate relationship with you. This can only happen when you not only believe in Him but also believe him. Unbelief blocks you from growing past believing God just the salvation, to believing God for every aspect of life on earth. Satan’s biggest reception is to get you to doubt God. But as a believer, you must live by faith that God loves you. Hebrews 11:6 says: “that without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that he is an believe that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.”

In this lesson you will learn some causes of unbelief. Why should you believe? What happens when you don’t believe? How do you believe? How do you build your faith? How does God build your faith? Continue reading

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I’ll Do It Later……..

by Lynnette Haywood

“Not slothful in business, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord.” Romans 12:11 (KJV)

       This scripture resonates with me because I was raised under the parenting of two strong and determined people, Leroy and Ruby McCollum. My dad was a hard worker and refused to call off sick from work up until his body was attacked with colon cancer that eventually took his life. He believed if you are able to work – WORK! My mom taught us: “Anything worth doing is worth doing RIGHT.”   One of my favorite sayings from my parents was: “Don’t start things and then not finish.” My mom would say one of the most annoying things you can do is make a promise or commitment and then not keep it. There are many more McCollum family proverbs, but the aforementioned apply to world of work. They are also the reasons that my two brothers, two sisters and I all have strong work ethics and life principles. I imagine that Continue reading

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