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Psalm 91 is a remarkable comfort to anyone that struggles with fear. Believers should walk in total victory, filled with faith. And faith comes from continually hearing the Word of God. Take this Psalm and read it often. Affirm the truths of Psalm 91 daily as a personal guarantee from God for your safety and deliverance from anything the enemy throws at you.

Believers should not be thrown about, and always victims. They should be, as Paul declares, rescued from every evil attack (2 Timothy 4:18). This assurance is confirmed by every line in Psalm 91.

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Healing a Leper – Miracle of Jesus

Free online resources based on Jesus healing a leper. This story can be found in Matthew, Mark and Luke in the Bible. See below for links to sermons, stories and entertaining sites for this miracle.

One day in one of the villages there was a man covered with leprosy. When he saw Jesus he fell down before him in prayer and said, “If you want to, you can cleanse me.”  — Luke 5:12-24 THE MESSAGE


Healing the Leper – Summary

Early in his ministry, Jesus was approached by a man suffering with leprosy. The man knelt before Jesus and said,

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You often see John 3:16 signs at sporting events or even written on athletes. I dare say there is not an English-speaking person on this planet that has not seen John 3:16 on a sign somewhere. There have been many articles, sermons and even books written on John 3:16, but do people really grasp its life-giving message?

For context, the 3rd Chapter of John starts with a discussion between Jesus and a religious leader named Nicodemus. He had come to Jesus because he knew there was something special about him and wanted to learn more. However, the other religious leaders simply wanted Jesus dead, so Nicodemus visited secretly at night.

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Psalm 23

Posted by on October 31, 2011
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No other Psalm is so widely loved and remembered as Psalm 23. Christians, Jews and many unbelievers could probably recite Psalm 23 from memory with little effort. In just 6 short verses, the completeness of God’s love for mankind is encapsulated.

Written by David, the poem borrows heavily from the memories he had as a young shepherd tending his father’s sheep. David reveals the important role the shepherd plays in protecting and providing for his flock.

You can read Psalm 23 a thousand times in hundreds of Bible translations and the Holy Spirit would still reveal some new and wonderful revelation to your spirit about God’s goodness. I encourage you to read it often.

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