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The Crucial Process of Forgiveness

Introduction A few years ago, my high school class from San Leandro High School in San Leandro, California celebrated its 40th reunion. When I heard about it, I planned to go until the Lord convicted me that I was attending with the wrong motives. So in obedience, I chose to stay home and instead bear…

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How to Properly Interpret Scripture

In this article, I'm going to address a question crucial to our dealing with any aspect of Christian doctrine: how do we correctly interpret what the Bible is actually saying to us? What I'm about to share is how I examine the Scriptures when I am seeking what God has to say as I write.…

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Miracle Healing from Flu

Watch Dr. Wingate’s testimony of being miraculously and instantly healed from the flu!   Praying the Complete Prayer of Faith As Faith Specialists, we continue to seek a deeper understanding of God’s Word to better relay the truths that we find to others – to help them receive all of the BLESSING of God. With…

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Fear not: Only Believe

Fear Not + Only Believe = Receive Miracles Jesus expects Christians to “fear not, only believe”…and then receive miracles. Many Christians have the false notion that Jesus performed the great miracles that He did because He was the Son of God. Yes, He definitely was, and still is, the Son of God; but He didn’t…

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Great faith springs up when you gain true understanding of who you are in Christ

On July 11, 2019, in our LCU Healing Services, I started to teach several powerful truths that we have been immersed in at our Main Campus for several years. You see... We have been studying The Mirror Bible, which is a word-by-word expansion of the New Testament, revealing the depth of expression in the original…

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Five Ways to Care for Hurting People During the Holidays

To some, it’s the most wonderful time of the year. But to others it’s the most difficult: perhaps the holidays bring memories of a broken relationship or the death of a loved one. Perhaps they can’t buy gifts for their family – perhaps they have no family. Or perhaps their traditional family gatherings are always…

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Have Some Faith for Christmas

Christmas time is finally upon us. It is definitely my favorite time of the year, and I am sure many of us feel the same way. As a believer, I especially love the story of the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ. As time goes on, I think that I appreciate the back stories about…

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The Way of Peace Which Began with the Christmas Story

When December rolls around each year, the most wonderful time of the year is especially exciting for us Christians. We know that this is a short but blessed time when everyone has to notice the celebration of the Christ child coming to the earth as a baby, Jesus of Nazareth. Each year, Christians pray that…

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A Semi-Scholarly Analysis of the Book of Job

Anytime you start proclaiming to fellow believers of other doctrinal persuasions that God is a good God and doesn't go around inflicting disaster, death, and destruction upon His children to "teach them something," almost always the first objection you will encounter is this challenge: "Well, what about Job?" This challenge is waved as if a…

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The Russ Montgomery Story

In October 1998, Russ Montgomery carried into Cuba a leather bound Life Application Bible for Fidel Castro. In November, Russ received word that Fidel had read the Gospel of Luke and the study notes, which gave him a new understanding of the meaning of Christmas. Russ was delighted – and even more so in December…

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