Daily Devotional

This daily devotional will take you through the bible in one year.

It will also give you brief synopsis about the topic of the day. You are welcome to voice your agreements, disagreements, concerns or just shout!

But above all, give God some praise for that is the reason why we live.

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Can You Change Your Spots

Very true

God's Will Church Pennsylvania Sermon Page

Hi and GOD Bless from Pastor Bill of God’s Will Church in Homosassa, FL. You have clicked on our blog which is our sermon page. It is a page so you can listen to our weekly sermons preached at our church. We list the Scripture references and of course upload the audio so you can be a part of our congregation. So you can focus as you listen we copy and paste the Scripture references so you can read along with the Scriptures as they are given. I do hope this helps. The references are all taken from the King James Version of the Holy Bible.  Also since you stopped by here take a moment to like us on Facebook just search for God’s Will Church FL or check out our website at http://www.godswillchurchfl.com. Also you can email me directly at pastorbill@godswillchurchfl.com if you have any questions or comments…

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Love & Hate

I love his analysis and I hope you do too.

The Trucking Monk

I am shocked! I think I have discovered one of the reasons there is such discord between Christ followers and unbelievers. We have wildly different definitions of words.

First this is how the words are defined to the world (from Merriam Webster):

Love

  • strong affection for another arising out of kinship or personal ties
  • attraction based on sexual desire :  affection and tenderness felt by lovers
  • affection based on admiration,benevolence, or common interests 
Hate
  • intense hostility and aversion usually deriving from fear, anger, or sense of injury
  • extreme dislike or antipathy
  • an object of hatred
 

And this is how I have always understood them to be defined:

Love, whether used of God or man, is an earnest and anxious desire for and an active and beneficent interest ins the well-being of the one loved.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

Hatred: A feeling of strong antagonism and…

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Can You Change Your Spots

Good sermons for free! That’s cool.

God's Will Church Pennsylvania Sermon Page

Hi and GOD Bless from Pastor Bill of God’s Will Church in Homosassa, FL. You have clicked on our blog which is our sermon page. It is a page so you can listen to our weekly sermons preached at our church. We list the Scripture references and of course upload the audio so you can be a part of our congregation. So you can focus as you listen we copy and paste the Scripture references so you can read along with the Scriptures as they are given. I do hope this helps. The references are all taken from the King James Version of the Holy Bible.  Also since you stopped by here take a moment to like us on Facebook just search for God’s Will Church FL or check out our website at http://www.godswillchurchfl.com. Also you can email me directly at pastorbill@godswillchurchfl.com if you have any questions or comments…

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Are you ready to fly?

This is how God expects us to depend on HIM for our daily bread. Unfortunately, rebels are against this. Are you a rebel, against God or a lover? Whichever side you’re on, you bear the consequence or benefits.

Heart Murmurs

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In the past week, this image has been on my heart.

We are familiar with this picture of helpless baby birds, screaming for food from harried and worn parents who fly back and forth finding food and stuffing it into their hungry, gaping mouths as quickly as possible. Blind and naked, these babies need feeding in order to survive.

Obvious, right?

My question is, how long do baby birds stay like that? Do we see these birds still blind, naked and screaming for someone to feed them months later?

Hardly. We expect to see these baby birds grow, get feathers, and fill out. Then they stand on the edge of the nest, testing their freshly feathered wings and one day, they fly out into the world.

So why are we content, in the church, to remain like blind little birds squawking for feeding?

When do we grow up and become

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