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By Ps. Mark Banyard This new beginning which God wants to bring to us has to do with not just our thinking, but also our hearts.  When God wants to bring us into a new season or a new beginning, it does not matter who is speaking from the pulpit because chances are, he will come with the same message. Isn’t it wonderful that God doesn’t give up, that He perseveres, that He keeps knocking on the door, so that He

by Ps. Jerry Strong foundational principles or laws based on God’s Word gives us a firm foundation that helps us overcome the storms of life and prosper us. The first foundational principle shared last week was, Truth is Power. The first aspect of this principle is being truthful, being an honest and truthful person and always speaking the truth. Another aspect is, to know the truth for the truth will set you free because knowing God’s truth frees, liberates and empowers

By Ps. Jerry In every life, the wind will blow, the flood will come but if you build your life on a firm foundation, you will stand. That is why it’s so important to get our foundation right. Now, what is a foundational principle?  It’s something you build upon. It is the lens that you look through when you look at life. They are like guardrails, to keep you on track. Some 35 years ago, as a young man, I

By Ps. Mark Banyard Our God is a cross-generation God. God’s plan is revealed to fulfill His promises from generation to generation. What that means is that, not everything that God has promised is going to be fulfilled in our generation. Promises not fulfilled in our generation, will be fulfilled in the next generation and our sons and daughters will see the promises fulfilled. So I say to the next generation of Grace Assemblies, the platform on which God is calling

by Pastor Mark Banyard The first thing the Lord keeps saying as my wife Jane and I prayed for Grace Assemblies, (when I say Grace Assemblies, I am talking about the whole work of Jesus here), is that God loves you.  He loves you simply because you are His children.  It’s an unconditional love, first and foremost. And I believe that word alone should satisfy. That word alone brings healing.  That word alone brings release. That word alone brings a

By Ps. Mark Banyard\ The parable of the two sons is all about relationship - relationship with the Father in His unconditional love. With the younger son, the father went out to meet him as soon as he repented, but with the older son, the father went out to reinstate him to his rightful place in the family. In Luke 15: 29-30, we see the response of the older son to his father’s plea: ‘Look! All these years I’ve been slaving

Part 3   By Ps. Mark Banyard This is a continuation of the miniseries that I have entitled the ‘Parable of the Two Lost Sons’. This week, the parable continues from Luke 15:25-32 with the focus on the older son who stayed at home. The whole parable has many contrasts and similarities. If we look into our own lives and our own stories, there is probably a younger and an older son in all of us. We can identify with both of

By Ps. Mark Banyard When we face problems in life, the first thing many of us do is to troubleshoot. This was what the younger son in the Parable of the Lost Son did.  Luke 15:15-16 says, Then he went and joined himself to a citizen of that country, and he sent him into his fields to feed swine. And he would gladly have filled his stomach with the pods that the swine ate, and no one gave him anything.  He did

by Ps. Mark Banyard In Luke 15, we have the parable of the prodigal son, but I would like to re-title it as The Parable of the Two Lost Sons, because there are actually two sons, not one. Alternatively, it could also be entitled The Parable of the Loving Father because as much as this parable is about sons, it is also about a father in his response to his sons.   Now the parables that Jesus told were more than just

By Prophet Cindy Jacobs You have multiplied the nation and increased its joy; They rejoice before you according to the joy of harvest, As men rejoice when they divide the spoil. (Isaiah 9:3) The Lord wants us to move into an area where we walk in joy.  Joy is a fruit of the Holy Spirit. In the Bible, joy is a noun.  It is not a verb or an adjective. It’s a noun. Joy is so important scripturally.  So, this

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