Author Archives: Lowellpinnock

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I am a 4given sinner saved by the blood of Christ.

TIME IS FLEETING!!

Time is fragile, precious, and in most cases is considered the most valuable commodity; worth more than gold, but wasted more than all else. Moses prayed, “Teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom” … Continue reading

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Contentment is The Secret Sauce!

When we are at our weakest, we are really at our strongest (2 Cor 12:9). Some weaknesses stem from consequences of living in a fallen world, but they are not due to personal sin (John 9:3). Some weaknesses may exacerbate … Continue reading

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The War of the Wills

So many people today misinterpret the power in obedience because they often correlated the act of obedience with weakness. If we surveyed this paradox more acutely what we’ll find is a battle between God’s will and our will. Yes, we … Continue reading

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Cast Your Nets

An experienced fisherman knows the beginning of a successful catch starts with a great cast. Making an accurate cast requires developing the physical skill set and muscle memory to repeatedly put a bait in the right location. In I Peter … Continue reading

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There Is No Lack In God’s Kingdom 👑

I betcha one thing when we make it to heaven we will not see anyone holding a panhandler’s sign that reads, “I will work for food.” The problem many of us Christian face is truly understanding where the power and … Continue reading

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Listen…….

Submit in the Greek derived from two words Hupo (hoop-o) and Tassó (tas’-so) and by definition hupo means “under authority” and tassó “to set in place”. So when James encouraged us to ‘submit ourselves before God’ in chapter 4 verse … Continue reading

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…..With Thanksgiving!

By personal observation , anxiety is a combination of looming fear, unwanted stress, and abnormal uncertainty. When combined, this mixture can become a very dangerous addictive concoction and I believe that’s why Paul addressed this addiction to the church at … Continue reading

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