Do you feel like your anointing supersedes others because your humanity judges those that are different than you? In this powerful, thought-provoking sermon, Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr. teaches us that God’s love does not discriminate against any of His children. The blood of Jesus blocks bans and tears down walls. His peace includes those who were once “out” to be “in” on everything.
Allow your “yesterday testimony” to help others enter into God’s kingdom. When you ask God to send peace to whatever binds you, He will release your ban, creating a new kind of human being. His peace will give you a fresh start! #LiveBetter
What happens when God leads you to unfamiliar territory and you don’t know what to do? On the 13th Pastoral Anniversary of Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr., guest speaker, Bishop Paul S. Morton, teaches us to ask God to guide, lead and tell us what to do. Even when others think that the plan God has for you sounds ridiculous, pray and watch Him make a way out of no way. If God be for you, it is worth more than the negativity against you. Bishop Morton shows how you can pour into others with your pain, planting the seeds God has planted in you. When you receive the word of God "in the spirit over the mind" and not "the mind over the spirit", your Jericho walls will come tumbling down. Remember, victory is not given to the swift but to those that endure! #LiveBetter Joshua 1:6
Many of us live our entire lives questioning our existence. Who am I? How did I get here? Why am I here? In this riveting message, Dr. Smith teaches us the three steps we must take before we cross over into our true existence (Joshua Chapter 3). With upward concentration, inward consecration and outward consideration we can remove the masks worn to hide who we are and reveal who God created us to be. #consecration #livebetter #timewithGod
When you are in the midst of your storm, do you feel like God has turned the light off and turned His back on you? In this profound sermon, Dr. E. Dewey Smith, Jr. teaches us to stay connected with God, even in the midst of life’s storms. He encourages us to lift our voices, sing “our deliverance song” and give God total praise. Our suffering should encourage continual conversations with God. When your main power supply has been struck by the storm, keep singing to clear your mind and purify your soul. Ask God for "a word" to be delivered through His Word. He will be your Emergency Backup System and reconnect you with new life! #LiveBetter Mark 15:33-34