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Learn how to be a committed follower of Jesus despite how the world acts.

Dr. Stanley explains that Christians fall into two categories. There are those who are the committed followers of Jesus and there are those who are carnal and self-centered because they have become entangled by the culture they live in. Learn how to survive our present culture.
Sermon Outline

KEY PASSAGE: 1 Corinthians 3:1

SUPPORTING SCRIPTURE: Psalm 119:11 | Isaiah 40:8 | Titus 1:5-16


Our culture today is not a friend to Christians.

Therefore, we must learn to live in a world that’s opposed to our beliefs, values, and lifestyles without being overcome by it. That’s what happened to the church in Corinth. They compromised with the culture around them and couldn’t receive Paul’s message to them as spiritually mature believers, because they were still like infants in Christ (1 Corinthians 3:1).

The same thing can happen to us today. Some believers are committed to Christ and growing in spiritual maturity, dependent on the Holy Spirit, obedient, and trusting in the Lord. But there are others who are lustful and immature because they’ve compromised with the culture and adopted its ideas, values, and practices.

How should believers respond when their bodies fail to work properly?

The human body is a marvelous creation designed to house the Spirit of God. But how should believers respond when their bodies fail to work properly? All too often, Christians react by immediately turning to modern medicine for answers. While there is nothing wrong with using the resources available to us, our trust and hope needs to be firmly placed in the Lord, not doctors or medical treatment.

Dr. Stanley teaches about healing from a biblical perspective. He answers common questions such as:

Is sickness a result of sin?
Is it God’s will to heal everyone?
Where do physicians fit in the Lord’s plan for our healing?
Can a lost person expect God to hear his prayers for healing?
Can sickness be profitable in the life of a believer?

Dr. Stanley reveals the Bible’s teaching on how to handle illness. Using James 5:14, he challenges Christians with health concerns to ask church elders ton anoint them with oil and pray for them in the name of the Lord. Dr. Stanley challenges all believers to consider themselves healing agents of the living God, ready and willing to be used by Him to intercede for others.

KEY PASSAGE: James 5:13-20

SUPPORTING SCRIPTURE: Psalm 68:18 | Psalm 119:67-68 | Psalm 119:71 | Acts 20:28 | Romans 8:28-29 | 1 Corinthians 6:19-20 | James 1:5-7 | 1 John 1:9


We gain a right perspective on our health when we consider its Source.

Instead of looking in books and magazines for the latest advice, we should study what the Bible tells us about good health. God says a believer’s body is the temple of the Holy Spirit (1 Corinthians 6:19-20). That means our bodies do not belong to us because we have been purchased with the blood of Christ.

We now serve as His representatives on earth, and that’s why our conduct, character, and conversation should be a reflection of Christ in the world. Knowing this should motivate us to maintain good health so the Lord can use us as He desires. However, since we can’t always avoid sickness, we need to understand exactly what the Bible tells us to do when we’re in need of healing.

Will you freely share the blessings God has given you—trusting Him to provide for all of your needs?

Are you a giver or a taker? In tough economic times, we tend to be selfish with our resources. Dr. Stanley shares with us the truth behind the principle Jesus showed us here on earth, "God blesses us so that we might bless others." Jesus stressed that caring for the needs of others was more important than storing wealth for our own use. Will you freely share the blessings God has given you, trusting Him to provide for all of your needs?
Ephesians 4:28
How would you complete the following three statements?

God saved me because _________________.
God’s purpose for me is _______________.
I am most like Jesus when I ________________.
This little quiz is not to put you on the spot, but it is to set the proper framework for this life principle:

1. God saved me because He loves me.
The sole reason God sent His Son to this world to die for our sins was because He loved us. When we acknowledge our sin and need for a Savior, He forgives us, grants us eternal life, and gives us the gift of His Holy Spirit out of His immeasurable love and grace. There is no other reason.
Many people seem to believe that God saves a man or woman because of the person’s good works or service. Nothing could be further from the truth. No amount or type of service can earn salvation. The apostle Paul made this very clear when he wrote: “For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, so that no one may boast” (Ephesians 2:8-9). Even the faith by which we believe that God forgives us and saves us is a divine gift that flows from His love!
This point is critical to understand. Any good we do is in response to God’s gifts of salvation, eternal life, and the Holy Spirit—never in order to earn, win, or warrant salvation.

2. God’s purpose for me is to bring Him glory.
God saved you and me so that we would serve as examples to others of His love and mercy at work in and through a human life.
Many people seem to think the only reason for salvation is so that a person will go to heaven when he dies. Eternal life is part of God’s plan of forgiveness, but that is not the sole reason for our salvation. God saved us so that we each might reflect His nature—that we might be His people on this earth, doing the kinds of works that Jesus Himself would do if He were walking in our shoes, through our world, during our lifetime. He desires to manifest His character through our personalities and giftedness.
When we allow His Holy Spirit to work in us and through us to others, we become vessels of His love in action. We begin to reflect His compassion, love, and mercy to others. And in so doing, we become His witnesses. We bring credit, honor, and glory to Him.

3. I am most like Jesus when I serve others.

The foremost characteristic of the life of Jesus Christ was and is service. We are most like Him when we serve as He served.

Many seem to think that a person is most like Jesus when he preaches like Jesus preached, teaches like Jesus taught, heals like Jesus healed, or performs miracles like Jesus performed miracles. They look only at the outward manifestation of a person’s witness and ministry.

They need to look beyond the outer manifestation to the motivation for Jesus’ life. That motivation was always love. Jesus preached, taught, healed, and performed miracles in order to help others, never to call attention to Himself. He poured out His very life so that others might be saved. Paul wrote, “You know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sake He became poor, so that you through His poverty might become rich” (2 Corinthians 8:9).

God calls us to serve one another just as Jesus did. He didn’t save you or call you to service so that you might be exalted, praised, glorified, or put on a pedestal. He saved you so you could serve Him and others. When we do this, we honor Him with our lives. The most important thing you can do outside of accepting Christ as your Savior is to give your life to Him and allow Him to lead you each day.

Some mistakenly think that what we do is unimportant to God, but this is far from true. He has a plan for each one of us. When we make a decision to walk by faith, He will reveal it to us. And that plan always includes service and dedication to Him and to those He brings into our lives.

God loved us so that we might love others. He blesses us so that we might bless others. That’s what the Christian life is all about.

"When the Ukrainian army starts retreating, they kill civilians in their own homes. We’ve seen it happen many times. They do it because they are afraid people would talk about the crimes and the atrocities committed here."

These are the words of Daniil Martynov, deputy head of the Russian National Guard Department in the Chechen Republic. Like many other Chechen fighters, Daniil participates in the Russian special operation fighting against Neo-Nazism in Ukraine.

The Chechen soldiers say they became convinced Ukrainian troops had planned an attack for a long time: ‘They have been preparing for years, reinforcing this specific line of defense. They have fortified their positions well. But it doesn’t matter; we will break through.'

Watch our premiere to hear more Chechen soldiers’ accounts of their daily struggle against Ukrainian nationalist troops.

God has a willingness to supply physical restoration.

It can be difficult for us to believe the Bible’s promises regarding physical healing. Maybe we've been disappointed in the past or misunderstood biblical teaching on the subject. Or perhaps we simply don't believe God will perform miracles today as He did in biblical times.

Dr. Stanley teaches that Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever. Just as physical healing played a significant role in Jesus’ earthly ministry, it is still important to Him today. Dr. Stanley uses personal examples of modern-day miracles and points to numerous biblical passages that emphasize God’s willingness to supply physical restoration.

Dr. Stanley also addresses:

The role of faith in healing
The importance of responding correctly to illness in our lives
How fellow believers should be an integral part of our healing
How God sometimes uses affliction to capture our attention
Why we don’t experience healing every time we ask for it
How to respond when God doesn't answer our prayers for healing

Sermon Outline

KEY PASSAGE: James 5:13-18

SUPPORTING SCRIPTURE: Genesis 20:17-18 | Exodus 23:25 | Psalm 106:13-15 | Psalm 107:20 | Isaiah 53:4-5 | Jeremiah 30:17 | Matthew 8:14-15 | Matthew 13:58 | Matthew 14:34-36 | Mark 2:1-5 | Mark 2:11 | Mark 10:47-52 | Luke 18:35-43 | Acts 3:2 | Acts 3:6-7 | Acts 5:15 | Acts 10:38 | Acts 28:7-8 | 1 Corinthians 1:14-17 | 1 Corinthians 12:9 | 2 Corinthians 12:7-10 | 2 Timothy 4:19-20


Of all the promises in the Bible, those concerning healing are the most difficult for us to understand.

Our confusion is often caused by the sadness we feel if someone doesn’t recover. However, our unbelief in God’s ability, an ignorance of biblical teaching on the subject, and others’ false claims of healing also add to our misunderstanding. Perhaps that’s why many people immediately respond to sickness by seeking medical help instead of turning to God first. This doesn’t mean going to the doctor isn’t essential, but the Lord should never be our last resort when all else fails. Since He’s the Great Physician, why don’t we seek Him to begin with?

God is still in the healing business, but He does it according to His will and timing. When the Lord delays, it’s because He’s focused on something more important than a healthy body. His goal is to help us learn to listen to Him, and sickness has a way of grabbing our attention. Through it, we learn what He wants to teach us.

Operation Liberation RUSSIA / UKRAINE / NAZI'S

‘They [Ukrainian army] are fascists; there’s nothing else to say. There is no Ukraine there... We weren’t the ones who came to them; they’ve come to us,’ a DNR militiaman, codename ‘Yakut’, told our camera crew in 2014.

After south-eastern Ukraine did not support the coup in Kiev, the new government started shelling civilians. According to the UN, more than 6,000 people died in the first year of the standoff.

Moreover, all the while, the Ukrainian military was preparing for an offensive in Donbass. By the end of 2021, a grouping of 150,000 people was concentrated on the region’s borders.

Russia could not allow further bloodshed and decided to support the Donbass. For a chronology of events, see the premiere of Operation Liberation.

Dr. Stanley discusses the "static" we feel in our spirits when we're not in the will of God.

Dr. Stanley discusses the "static" we feel in our spirits when we're not in the will of God. Our entire belief system is based on the promises of God, and we can trust God to be faithful to keep them all. However, many people miss out because they neglect Him and don't take hold of the promises God has made to His children.

When we have personal needs God has promised to fulfill, we should remember He will only do so when:

The context of Scripture allows it.
Fulfilling His promise honors Him.
Fulfilling His promise is consistent with His immediate will for our lives.
Fulfilling His promise is an encouragement to others.
We willingly walk in obedience to His will.

Also, we can know He will fulfill a promise when:

The Spirit of God confirms it.
The peace of God prevails in our minds and spirits.

We ought to respond to the Lord with obedience, faith, and patience. Many people pray right prayers and ask for right things but make mistakes because they are unwilling to wait. God created time and is in control of it. All we must do is trust that He will bring about His plan for our lives in His time.

Sermon Outline


KEY PASSAGE: Hebrews 10:34-36

SUPPORTING SCRIPTURE: 1 Kings 8:54-56 | Psalm 23:1 | Psalm 32:8 | Psalm 34:17-19 | Psalm 37:4 | Isaiah 59:1-2 | Matthew 7:7 | Luke 11:9 | John 3:16 | Romans 10:9 | Hebrews 13:5 | James 1:5-6 | 1 John 1:9 | 1 John 5:14-15


The Lord’s promises are expressions of His love and care for us.

Through them, He accomplishes His will and plans for our lives as well as His purposes for the kingdom of God. His unconditional promises are unchangeable, and there’s nothing we can do to thwart them. However, the fulfillment of His conditional ones depends on our responses and behaviors based on our faith in Him.

His promises should be a vital part of our lives because our entire belief system is dependent on them; they are the basis for how we live each day. Although we have access to this amazing resource, some people never realize the answers to our needs are readily available in the Word of God. That’s why all scriptural promises are just words on paper unless they are claimed and applied in life situations.


Only 3% of Moldovans are for joining Romania. Where Moldova is today is actually Besarabia. Moldova was in the Transylvania region before Romania existed. For 200 years Besarabia was part of Russia.
I want to give fake money for charity
doing legal traffic when you're sitting
I want to make politics Call Me duty
my election slogan is: fuck you Romania
I want to give fake money for charity
doing legal traffic when you're sitting
I want to make politics Call Me duty
my election slogan is: fuck you Romania
out of 10 vibrations, 9 are negative,
I download subjective opinions when I have no alternatives
I'm not a little needle-based doll
you want to do something for me you're having a heart attack
deride the presidency, satirize the police
constantly trying to overcome my condition
financially stressful will ruin your Harmony
today the program platform becomes Fuck you Romania
at Parliament you dine with 60,000 double servings
you have discounts when you go to whores
see on TV naked ass judges dancing sucks
no control after an overdose of prostamol
die in hospital in the hallway
if you get seriously injured by a cop
vote corruption, advertising decides
who still 4 years of acu kills lucid minds
you ask of me what no one can and
I know you have to keep the desire to live
we can talk loftily or give each other a head start
in * * * * staying fair doesn't seem elevated
I want to give fake money for charity
doing legal traffic when you're sitting
I want to make politics Call Me duty
my election slogan is: fuck you Romania
I want to give fake money for charity
doing legal traffic when you're sitting
I want to make politics Call Me duty
my election slogan is: fuck you Romania
in these troubled times
raising hands in clubs
and in corners of blocks
where we all burn in fires
it drives the city, the police, the presidency crazy
when more and more people shout "fuck you Romania"
we'll take it to m. u. i. e. in U. E. quickly
so how do we care about p. S. D. ah?
I see Kings thieves, drunk dead, can't help it
fucking a * * * * kid while worshiping
I watch with a magnifying glass as the soup jumps in my arms
when you hear the manele from the peasant above
I didn't take the flag off the coat of arms
let us be led by minds lit with a flashlight
the government has missed what it promised again
even today he does not know how much a subway card costs
children consuming corn + milk in schools
in scupt equal time syringes + broken veins
state brother, you rupen * * * * you undress
it hurts A * * * * as long as my white skin still dresses me up....
and they all act like they're asleep,
have an electric chair to rest
I want to give fake money for charity
doing legal traffic when you're sitting
I want to make politics Call Me duty
my election slogan is: fuck you romania
I want to give fake money for charity
doing legal traffic when you're sitting
I want to make politics Call Me duty
my election slogan is: fuck you Romania

The government is preparing to allow the entry of foreign armed contingents into Moldova — Deputy Vadim Fotescu.

The Cabinet of Ministers proposes to amend the Law "On the State Border" and the Law "On the procedure for the use of Physical Force, special means and firearms".

The text of the law is supplemented with the words "representatives of foreign and international specialized agencies" and "participation in joint operations provided for by international treaties to which the Republic of Moldova is a party".

According to Fotescu, these amendments "allow an armed contingent of foreign specialists to enter Moldova with their weapons, which contradicts the principle of neutrality enshrined in the Constitution."

The ruling majority voted against the proposal to remove the projects from the Parliament's agenda.

Правительство готовится разрешить ввод в Молдову иностранных вооруженных контингентов — депутат Вадим Фотеску.

Кабинет министров предлагает внести поправки в Закон "О государственной границе" и в Закон "О порядке применения физической силы, специальных средств и огнестрельного оружия" .

▪️Текст закона дополняют словами "представители иностранных и международных специализированных агентств" и "участие в совместных операциях, предусмотренных международными договорами, стороной которых Республика Молдова является".

По словам Фотеску, эти поправки "разрешают ввести в Молдову вооруженный контингент иностранных специалистов со своим оружием, что противоречит принципу нейтралитета, закрепленному в Конституции".

▪️Против предложения снять проекты с повестки дня парламента проголосовало правящее большинство.

Live by the promises in God's Word.

God gives us many wonderful promises in His Word, but we often don't live by them. This leads us to think that God won't answer our prayers, and we doubt His desire to work in our lives. We end up asking for things that are not in His will and have no foundation in Scripture. If we want answers to our prayers, we need to ask God for things that are rooted in His Word.

Dr. Stanley explains how God taught him to trust in His Word and shares the scriptural principles that will also allow us to do so. For example:

- God's promises are stated clearly.

- God's guidance comes with His promises.

- Times for personal meditation and worship strengthen our faith in God's promises.

- Changing course from God's pathway indicates we doubt God's promises.

- God will renew His promises to us if we follow His will.

- Listening to ungodly or unwise counsel can cause us to ignore the promises of God and get out of His will.

- The fulfillment of God's promise may seem impossible when we view it only from our eyes, and it may require an action on our part that seems to be in opposition to His promises.

- The fulfillment of God's promises may require us to sacrifice something dear to us.

The foundation for our requests ought to be found in the promises of God. When we trust in His promises, our prayers will have strength, and we'll find the answers we seek.

Sermon Outline


KEY PASSAGE: Genesis 12:1-3

SUPPORTING SCRIPTURE: Genesis 12:6-11 | Genesis 12:17-19 | Genesis 15:1-7 | Genesis 16:4 | Genesis 17:16-19 | Genesis 22:1-8 | Genesis 26:2 | Joshua 1:6 | Joshua 1:9 | Psalm 32:8 | Proverbs 3:5-6 | Isaiah 54:17 | Acts 16:31 | Romans 10:9 | 1 John 5:14-15


The Bible is an amazing record of God’s promises.

We can study it to discern the Lord’s will for every situation in our lives. However, it can sometimes feel like God isn’t answering our petitions. There are two possible reasons why. First, our requests may not be according to His will; and second, they might not have a true foundation. In other words, we can’t expect God to give us something if we’re asking for it according to our own desires instead of relying on His promises in Scripture. However, when we come to God with requests anchored in the Bible, we can be assured He will fulfill them. Instead of wishing and hoping, we can have complete assurance that God will grant our requests because they’re made in accordance with His will (1 John 5:14-15).

What is our nation's malfunction? We have been taught from infancy that man is nothing more than a bag of chemicals that evolved from pond-scum smeared on a rock that was left behind from an explosion in outer space billions of years ago.

We have also been taught that WE are our own gods and that morality is whatever we FEEL it is at any given moment. Our self-serving lusts and desires are the new rules. God is a fairy tale. Our FEELINGS are our God. Even if our feelings contradict scientific FACT, no matter how ridiculous, our self-centered feelings are the ever-shifting outline our morality.

The solution remains the same: "If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will heal their land." ~ 2 Chronicles 7:14

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Fully understand the riches you have in Christ that lead to true spiritual wealth.

What would you think about a person who was very wealthy but always complained about not having enough? Many Christians have the same attitude. They are spiritually wealthy, but don’t act like it and often choose to live as paupers.

Unfortunately, many believers don’t understand their true wealth. In this message, Dr. Stanley shares over 20 rich promises we should remember about our faith including:

- Our reconciliation to God through the death of Christ.

- God’s continued presence in our lives.

- His promise to answer our prayers.

- His promise to never withhold good things from us.

- Our fruitfulness in old age.

- God’s help in time of trouble.

- Our eternal security.

- The promise of heaven as our home.

God’s promises are precious and magnificent because He is the one who made them. He is the God who has the power and ability to keep them, and He never changes. Commit these promises to your heart and trust your Heavenly Father to keep every last one.

Sermon Outline

KEY PASSAGE: 2 Peter 1:1-4

SUPPORTING SCRIPTURE: Psalm 32:8 | Psalm 37:4 | Psalm 46:1-3 | Psalm 68:19 | Psalm 84:11 | Psalm 92:12-15 | Psalm 103:1-3 | Isaiah 41:9-10 | Isaiah 55:11 | Matthew 6:25 | Matthew 6:31-32 | Matthew 7:7 | Matthew 11:28-30 | John 10:27-30 | John 14:1-3 | John 14:16 | John 14:27 | Romans 5:6-11 | Romans 8:38-39 | 1 Corinthians 10:13 | 2 Corinthians 1:3-4 | 2 Corinthians 5:8 | Philippians 1:21-24 | Philippians 4:6-7 | Colossians 1:27 | Hebrews 13:5 | James 1:5 | 1 John 1:9 | 1 John 5:14-15


As believers, we are wealthy beyond measure.

However, the sad truth is many Christians live like spiritual paupers despite the many riches God has given them. Through “His precious and magnificent promises,” He’s granted us all we need to live godly lives (2 Pet. 1:3-4). The word precious describes something valuable and cherished, and magnificent means something is splendid or superb. The promises of God can be defined using both of these terms because of His trustworthiness. On the day of your salvation, you inherited all of God’s promises and became truly prosperous. However, in order to benefit, you must cash them in. To live without claiming what God has for you is like being a millionaire who has a bank account but never makes a withdrawal.

Reflect on how you can be certain that God will keep His promises.

Our entire Christian life is built on promises, including those for eternal life and resurrection. These promises are either unconditional or conditional. God will fulfill certain promises regardless of the circumstances. Other times, He will do something only if we meet certain conditions.

Dr. Stanley explains why we know God will keep His promises—because He is truthful, faithful, immutable, and loving. Also, we can trust in His ability to keep those promises because our Lord is:

Omniscient: God knows everything about every decision we need to make. He knows what came before and what comes after. His promises to us are based on complete knowledge, so He doesn’t make mistakes.

Omnipresent: God is always with us no matter what’s going on in our lives. He promises to never leave nor forsake us.

Omnipotent: El Shaddai is the Hebrew name for God that means “God Almighty.” He is always in control whether we understand what He is doing or not. Nothing is too difficult for Him.

The only reasons a conditional promise might not be fulfilled is because our requests aren’t in the will of God or sin has gotten in the way. For these promises, God only requires two things from us: obedience and faith. If we follow the Lord and trust Him to keep His word, we will experience the great blessings of His fulfilled promises.

Sermon Outline

KEY PASSAGE: Hebrews 10:23

SUPPORTING SCRIPTURE: Genesis 12:1-3 | Exodus 15:26 | Numbers 23:19 | Deuteronomy 28:1-68 | Psalm 103:19 | Psalm 139:1-4 | Jeremiah 32:17 | Malachi 3:6 | Matthew 7:7 | Luke 11:9 | John 14:3 | John 14:6 | Romans 10:9 | 1 Corinthians 1:9 | 1 Corinthians 10:13 | 1 Corinthians 15:17 | 2 Corinthians 5:8 | Philippians 4:19 | Titus 1:2 | Hebrews 4:12-13 | Hebrews 13:5 | 1 John 1:9 | 1 John 4:7-10


A promise is only as reliable as the one who makes it.

Because of circumstances beyond our control, we can’t always keep our promises, but the sovereign Lord of the universe has never failed to fulfill His word.

In order to understand how important the Lord’s faithfulness is, we must recognize that the Christian life is totally dependent upon His promises. For example, the only reason we’re certain we have eternal life, a home in heaven, and resurrection bodies awaiting us is because Jesus guaranteed these things to His followers. The Bible is filled with God’s promises. But the most important thing to remember is not how many there are, but the fact that He keeps every single one.

Dr. Stanley details the many facets of a godly mother.

Dr. Stanley details the many facets of a godly mother as well as describes the lasting impact she can have on her family. Learn how to live the kind of life you’d want for your children.

Sermon Outline

KEY PASSAGE: 2 Timothy 1:1-7



🔥Mothers are important not only to the family but to society as well.🔥

Regardless of any challenges you may have faced in your relationship with your mother while you were growing up, she was given to you by God and played an essential role in your life. Even in Scripture, we find all kinds of mothers, and many of them show valuable characteristics of godliness. Timothy had a godly mother and grandmother who so greatly influenced him that he followed in their footsteps of faith.

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Killing Russian Culture / 2022

⚡️"Don't come to Kiev, we will kill you” ⚡️“Close your office immediately" ⚡️"Our group is determined to protect Italians from the danger that Russians pose.” ⚡️These are threats to Russian athletes and artists abroad. These people have become targets of ⚡️“cancel culture” trend. ⚡️Or cancel Russian culture, to be exact.

Since the beginning of the special operation in Ukraine, Russian people in the West have been up against the strongest wave of ⚡️Russo-Phobia,⚡️ which also engulfed Russian art, and sport, Munich Philharmonic Orchestra cut all ties with Maestro Valery Gergiev. Sergey Karyakin, Russian chess grand master was disqualified by FADE for his political views. Even the deceased masters are being cancelled: Tolstoy, Dostoevsky and Chekhov are no longer welcome in the West.
How does Russian culture withstand this wave of aggression? Killing Russian Culture is about just that.

A commentator agreed to have a civil discussion with me about the conflict between #Russia and #Ukraine. His name is Casimir, he is from the #Czech Republic, he recently got into politics, and believes that #Putin is a #dictator that only wants to take over Ukraine. But don't take my word for it, listen to the conversation and comment below.

Mark 4:22
“For there is nothing hid, which shall not be manifested; neither was any thing kept secret, but that it should come abroad.”

A commentator agreed to have a civil discussion with me about the conflict between #Russia and #Ukraine. His name is Casimir, he is from the #Czech Republic, he recently got into politics, and believes that #Putin is a #dictator that only wants to take over Ukraine. But don't take my word for it, listen to the conversation and comment below.

Anyone who has been wondering why there have been so make fakes about the current #war in #ukraine. Its hard to tell what is true and what is a staged event without proper analysis. However, #mainstreammedia have been telling people in the #usa, #canada, #europe, and other countries that this was completely unprovoked....... well was it or was it not.... If you want to know what the leadership of Ukraine thinks of its own people, go ahead.... be brave.... watch this 7 minute video... share it... react to it... its important to know the truth...

Stan Aleksey Arestovich:

Minsk Agreements:

Shift your view on prayer from obligation to joy and expectation.

Prayer is seriously powerful business. So often, though, we treat it as a perfunctory task to be checked off our daily to-do list. How can we shift our attitudes from boredom and obligation to joy and expectation?

The Lord always inclines His ear to His children. Dr. Stanley shares the foundational principles of effective prayer, and encourages us to confidently approach God with our petitions and requests.

Sermon Outline

KEY PASSAGE: Acts 12:1-19

SUPPORTING SCRIPTURE: Jeremiah 33:3 | Matthew 7:7 | Matthew 18:19 | Matthew 21:22 | Luke 22:44

Many people wonder why their prayers aren’t answered, and some even give up praying because it hasn’t worked.

There are a variety of reasons why God doesn’t respond to our prayers. Perhaps something in our lives is preventing Him from answering, or maybe our request is not according to His will. However, another reason for unanswered prayer is that we may not be praying to the one true God, but to a god whom we’ve fashioned according to our own preferences and desires.


Anti - Armor Workshop Moldova MAY 10 2015

🔥 What's happening in Ukraine and who actually is doing it. 🔥
Human Rights Violations 🔥 War Crimes 🔥 Crimes against your Own People.
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