No one is forgotten
19/01/2015 16:20:01 GMT
Written by David Hathaway

No one is forgotten. The Word of God says He knows every one of us. He knows us by name. He loves us. Your God, the God of Israel, sent Jesus in order that He could suffer and understand our sorrows. His suffering enables Him to identify with you. He felt your pain. He was not born in a palace, but in a dirty animal stable. He never owned a house. And when they killed Him, He was buried in a borrowed tomb. God sent Him to reconcile us and bring us back to Him. Jesus enables us to understand that sometimes suffering leads us to God. 

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 God has a future for you
12/01/2015 15:48:47 GMT
Written by David Hathaway

God's plan for your life is for good, to give you a future and a hope. His plans always bring blessing. God will give you beauty for ashes, joy for mourning, the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness. There is always a deliverance; He will always bring you through every difficulty. I don't want us to forget the past, but to move forward with a renewed sense of purpose and hope. When you look at the historic sufferings of Israel, we can see how God always brought them through persecution and slavery into blessing. God has a tremendous future for you. I want to relight your hope. Our God is a God of power, miracles and deliverance. He will not leave you in your tragedy but has come to bless you.

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05/01/2015 16:45:51 GMT
Written by David Hathaway

Revival is bringing life back to the dead. But revival must begin in the House of God. We must be revived by the fire and power of God before we can reach the world for Christ. The church is built on sacrifice, not prosperity, luxury and comfort. Revival will come when we do two things: first, don't let go of God. Cry out to Him in prayer, day and night! Then, go out and preach the Gospel! This is the challenge. Everywhere I see revival in the world today, I see evangelism in the fire of the Holy Spirit - this is the evidence - and everywhere I see evangelism in the fire of the Holy Spirit, I see revival! We need God's fire! Don't let the fire go out!

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 How to maintain your vision
23/12/2014 14:01:34 GMT
Written by David Hathaway

I want to talk about how to remain true to your vision, calling and faith. The most important thing is to remain true to the basic principle you began with: many things change with time, but your reason for existence, your motivation needs to remain the same. The Apostle Paul said in Acts 20:24 'My only aim is to finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me - the task of testifying to the good news of God's grace' (NIV). To me, there are two key elements of our ministry, the first is repentance and the other is reconciliation. 

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