Poverty

Poverty MPGC40- The Curse of Poverty Has Been Broken – Part 1 Man is in a cycle of poverty, either physical or spiritual, which is the result of sin. But God does not mean for us to live this way. Jesus put an end to the curse of poverty on the cross and we’ll learn…

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Immigration: Blessing or Curse?

https://seekinggoddaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/immigration-blessingorcurse.mp3 Immigration: Blessing or Curse? by Colleen Donahue IN GOD WE TRUST “In God we trust.” It’s one of our American values printed on every coin. Our founding fathers referred here to the God of the Bible — the Creator of Heaven and earth. We know this because they used the Bible as the foundation…

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The Curse Has Been Cancelled- Part 1

MPGC31- THE CURSE HAS BEEN CANCELLED – Part 1 By Colleen Donahue In the remaining studies we will look at how Jesus reversed the negative effects of the Fall. “For the cross is God’s complete answer to the fall, but also His chosen weapon for dealing with its effects in the human race.” Jessie Penn…

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The Curse has Been Cancelled – Part 2

MPGC32- THE CURSE HAS BEEN CANCELLED – Part 2 By Colleen Donahue   In part 1 of this study we looked at what the Bible calls curses (the counterpart of blessings) and what causes them. While disobedience to God and the worship of false gods are two of the main causes for curses, we also…

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The Curse of Poverty has Been Broken – Part 1

MPGC40- THE CURSE OF POVERTY HAS BEEN BROKEN – PART 1 By Colleen Donahue God’s kingdom on earth began in Eden. A kingdom was God’s preferred form of government (not democracy). God, as the king in Heaven made man so that we would rule his earth. We were to be his prince and princesses exercising…

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Curses

Curses The Green Bridge by Lyonel Feininger https://seekinggoddaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/curses.mp3 This painting is intriguing and sinister at the same time. We can see that we’re looking under a bridge into a town or city but everything is misshapen and out of perspective. It seems to be early morning as we see a flow of people going to…

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