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Jamie Morgan

Satan’s Plan to Sabotage your Destiny

“…because a great door for effective work has opened to me, and there are many who oppose me.” 1 Cor. 16:9 I recently spent some time in reflection after celebrating twelve years of pastoral ministry. One of the greatest joys of ministry has been watching Christians answer God’s call on their lives. The greatest sorrow […]

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GOD, I WANT A PLATFORM!

One day I was complaining to God about the huge platform minister so-and-so has. I lamented, “If I had a platform as big as hers, I could reach more people for You and call the Church back to the place of prayer.” Never expecting God to answer my tale of woe, He did. “Who gave […]

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THE REMNANT – PART 5

Creed of the Remnant: I am a dedicated Christian who is pure, devoted and fearless. I am loyal to God and keep His commands. I cling to the cross and long for the return of Christ. I love truth, speak truth and stand for truth. I am militant against lies, deception and compromise. I boldly […]

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The Remnant – Part 2

A remnant is that which remains. The remnant always represented the part of the people of God who remained faithful to Him even when most did not. They remain after the majority of the group has fallen away. They stand firm in times when truth is absent. The remnant is a very small, but most […]

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The Remnant – Part 1

We are living in the last days. In June, we saw the beginning of the Great Apostasy. The Great Apostasy, or the Great Falling Away, is when Christians who once believed in the Bible no longer believe it to be true. They only believe that certain portions are true. Let me tell you this: if […]

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TURN THE WORLD UPSIDE DOWN – PART 5

We previously talked about signs and wonders. Their purpose is to transform lives. Once you’ve had an encounter with Jesus, your life also becomes a sign and a wonder to the lost and dying world and to the Church. Paul the Apostle, who once was Saul, had a dramatic encounter with Jesus on the road […]

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