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Trumpet Media Editorial Faith That Works Than Charms! (Part 1) Some bible patriarchs made unpopular decisions through faith, and God stood by them to honor himself in their situations. The Creator was ensured to honor them since they put their faith into practice to glorify his name. We have read in the scriptures about how God turned difficult situations around for people who exercised faith. We've read about Daniel in lions den, Three Hebrew boys in furnace fire, Esther and Mordechai in Shushan Palace, David combating a giant, and much more. If Christians serve the same God who reigned during bible time, will he be willing to help them today as he did for bible patriarchs? Absolutely yes! The same God of Daniel, Shadrak, David, and Esther is still alive, and he is very much available and willing to help people who exercise their faith in him. Faith is all it...

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God never fails. He fulfills his promises for his people. His wonders could be easily accounted for in the life of King David, who hailed from a common family in a small town, and he held no significant position among his siblings; yet God had a special plan for his life. He promised to make him the king of Israel. (1 Samuel 16). The Creator raised David from a very lowly position to a high ranking one. He made him prevail over his life battles and crowned him as the rightful king of Israel – as He earlier promised him. The scripture testified, “...So David went on and became great, and the Lord of hosts was with him” (1 Chronicles 11:9). [bc_random_banner category=yaarp-code slider=no autoplay=Autoplay delay=3000 loop=false] Lesson on God’s Promises God does not lie, and he will not change his position towards his children. He will fulfill whatever he has...

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Effective communication with God is the key to overcoming any life problem. Absalom overthrew his father King David, and attempted to kill him. The despondent wandered in the wilderness with no clear-cut of what to do. The situation caused the most honorable man in Israel to cry like baby. During the distressful time, David lamented in prayers to God. He communicated with his Maker during distress as the scripture reported, “David went up by the Ascent of the Mount of Olives, and wept as he went up; and he had his head covered and went barefoot. And all the people who were with him covered their heads and went up, weeping as they went up” (2 Samuel 15:30). [bc_random_banner category=yaarp-code slider=no autoplay=Autoplay delay=3000 loop=false] Lesson on Communication with God Children of God ought to turn to God through prayer whenever they are in...

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