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Personal Words of Encouragment from the Life of David Wilkerson 'One Day at a Time'

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  • Devotional
    David Wilkerson

    When Moses came down from the mountain holding the Ten Commandments in his hands, he heard the people shouting and saw them dancing and carousing.

    “Moses saw that the people were naked; (for Aaron had made them naked unto their shame among their enemies) . . .” (Exodus 32:25). The Hebrew word used here for naked is para, which means to “loosen up, expose, dismiss all restraint.” It also implies “a new beginning.”

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    Gary Wilkerson

    When Paul wrote his epistle to Titus, he left behind powerful instructions for us regarding Christ’s Great Commission to preach the gospel. He had just left the island of Crete, where he and Titus ministered together. Paul encountered persecution on Crete, and when he departed to evangelize in other cities, he left behind Titus and some other leaders. Now those young men also wanted to leave.

  • Sermon
    Michael Petillo

    In 2 Timothy, 2 Peter and Revelation we see three different authors (Paul, Peter and John) all share one message—you must grow in the grace of Jesus Christ. Pastor Michael Petillo looks at what that means. Grace teaches you to say no to ungodliness and gives you a deeper desire to look upon Jesus. As God's grace increases in your life you will start to see Him bring breakthroughs. 

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