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This was the message at AgapeDominion on Sunday, August 21, 2016. In 1976, Stevie Wonder released his “magnum opus,” “Songs in the Key of Life.” The first song on this double-album, “Love’s in Need of Love, Today,” pointed out how love has grown cold in the world. This is what Jesus spoke of in […]
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(1 John 4:18) There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear. For fear has to do with punishment, and whoever fears has not been perfected in love. Mature love displaces fear. The more mature your love is the more powerful your faith becomes! But watch that second part: “For fear has […]
Love. And by that, I mean, love EVERYONE. Why? Because it is the hallmark of salvation (John 13:35).
This world has a plethora of problems. This country has its own share of sorrow. Thankfully, I’ve learned there is nothing so big or so bad that it cannot be overcome by the revelation of God’s unconditional Love and Grace. Notice I said, “revelation.” This is important because God’s unconditional Love and Grace is as […]
If you want to raise the ire of a lot of religious Christians today, start talking about prosperity. There is probably no topic in the Body of Christ that is more polarizing. I believe in prosperity and I will teach prosperity because God is the God of more-than-enough, not the God of lack. But God […]