Post Tagged as ‘Obedience’

Scripture Prayers For Covenant Keepers

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • August 11, 2018

Proverbs 18:21 states that there is life and death in the power of the tongue. The tongue can be used for good or evil. We can speak about our bad circumstances or we can speak God’s Word over the circumstances. We encourage speaking God’s Word out loud daily. By speaking God’s Word the mind will be renewed, the spirit man will be strengthened and faith will grow. “Faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the word of God.” (Romans 10:17 KJV) In the beginning as we speak God’s Word over our families and homes we may feel like we’re being […]

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Be Hospitable To One Another Without Complaint

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • August 7, 2018

A few years ago my pastor preached a series of stories from the Old Testament and the New Testament on the gift of hospitality. It truly was a blessing to review those true stories of old. Then the pastor asked a few people to share their personal story of ministering this gift in either their homes or elsewhere. I resisted sharing the story that came to mind quickly because it was a difficult one, BUT GOD (!) kept nudging me until I agreed. After all of our stories were shared from the pulpit, a man in the congregation said he […]

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We Can Rebuild Our Marriage If We Put God At The Center

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • July 14, 2018

Prayers get answered. Don’t let anyone or anything make you think otherwise. Never ever doubt that your prayers are being heard and that our God is working for those who love Him. I have prayed for general changes in my marriage but the specific prayers are the ones I have found are the ones God answered. I have prayed for God to work in me. Those prayers started in November of 2010 right after my wife and I separated. I knew “we” had problems, issues, etc., but I also found that I alone could not change the problems “we” had […]

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“Would you hang on a cross to save a soul? Jesus did! PAID IN FULL”

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • July 9, 2018

Isn’t this cross with its message amazing? Take a minute to think about it. Let me tell you my neighbor’s story behind this cross that he erected as I watched from across the road. When I took the first pictures and sent them to my kids, I said I feel like having “church” right there at the foot of the cross. My daughter replied that that would be great! My neighbor had shared with me that nine years ago he was not saved and was, in fact, living with a woman after being married two times before this relationship (They […]

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Is God Asleep In Your Boat?

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • June 25, 2018

Is God Asleep In Your Boat? This is another blog that I am grabbing from my son-in-law Scott Toal, because it has so many covenant-keeping principles. The first paragraph is exactly how most CKIs think when they first begin their journey. It really doesn’t seem as if God is aware of what is happening in your life. Read this and think about how you would react to the situation that the disciples found themselves experiencing. I’m Sleeping! “Did it ever seem like when you were going through something very hard, very heavy, very scary, that God was asleep?  He was […]

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Before I Formed You…I Know the Plans I Have For You

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • June 19, 2018

I have once again been reading in Jeremiah and remembered that I had written on the topics of God knowing us before we are born and having definite plans for us. I remain in awe of the prophets of old that were called of God to bring His messages to the kings and peoples of Old Testament times. So today I am “recycling” an older article with additional comments. Jeremiah was one of those who were called by God. Jeremiah felt inadequate for the job. He was too young and he knew nothing about public speaking or how to approach […]

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Look What God Is Doing

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • May 23, 2018

  USA CT: CK was delighted at the news when she received a very good rating at work. It was a prayer answered, as she had wanted to get her work recognized. FL: CK was greatly encouraged and delighted when her church asked her to assist them as a volunteer. CK was greatly encouraged when she felt the Holy Spirit with her as she met the OW for the first time. IL: CK shared her appreciation for “the wise words for me” during our Monday night CKI online meeting. I thank the Lord for those words. I am in a […]

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R U Willing 2 Trust God

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • May 21, 2018

With your life? Through thick and then? Til’ death do you part? Are you willing to run after the One who loves you as much as He does His own Son? Are you willing to live in all the fruits of the Spirit including long-suffering? Are you willing to receive all God has for you? To enjoy the blessing as well as overcome the testing? Are you willing to say ‘I do’ to His request in obedience of integrity? Are you willing to love God more and your feelings less? Are you willing to trust faith over facts? God over […]

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PRAYER PROMISES

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • May 16, 2018

All scriptures from New King James Version Job 22:27 You will make your prayer to Him, he will hear you, and you will pay your vows. Psalms 91:15 He shall call upon Me, and I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble; I will deliver him and honor him. Psalms 141:2 Let my prayer be set before You as incense, the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice. Isaiah 55:11 So shall My word be that goes forth from My mouth; it shall not return to Me void, but it shall accomplish what I please, […]

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Mother’s Day Thought on “Mini-Me”

  • By Covenant Keepers, Inc.
  • May 12, 2018

This blog post has been stirring in my heart for some time – both because of personal conviction and cultural pervasiveness. What is it that has been stirring?? It’s the “mini-me” culture that has invaded mother-daughter relationships. I’ve seen it in clothing catalogs and social media. And I’ve beamed inwardly and outwardly when hearing others refer to our daughter being my “mini-me.” This beaming, however, ended with the Lord’s conviction and the vision of something greater. At the root of my conviction was selfishness and a flattery-hunger that begged the question, “Do I really want her to be just like […]

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