In one word, how would you describe your current experience as a Christian? Growing? Fulfilled?  Excited? Joyful? Disappointed? Frustrated? Defeated? Those who are truly satisfied in their lives depend on God, trusting in Him and not relying on their own strength. "Are you so foolish? After beginning by means of the Spirit, are you now trying to finish by means of the flesh?" Galatians 3:3.


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In one word, how would you describe your current experience as a Christian? Growing? Fulfilled?  Excited? Joyful? Disappointed? Frustrated? Defeated? Those who are truly satisfied in their lives depend on God, trusting in Him and not relying on their own strength. "Are you so foolish? After beginning by means of the Spirit, are you now trying to finish by means of the flesh?" Galatians 3:3.


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God Reaffirms His Covenant

“Nor shall your name any longer be Abram [high, exalted father]; but your name shall be Abraham [father of a multitude], for I have made you the father of many nations . . . As for Sarai your wife, you shall not call her name Sarai; but Sarah [Princess] her name shall be. And I will bless her and give you a son also by her. Yes, I will bless her, and she shall be a mother of nations; kings of peoples shall come from her.  GENESIS17:5,15-16”

Read Genesis 17 and we will continue to explore Abraham’s faith walk and its implication in our daily lives.


God Reaffirms His Covenant

“Nor shall your name any longer be Abram [high, exalted father]; but your name shall be Abraham [father of a multitude], for I have made you the father of many nations . . . As for Sarai your wife, you shall not call her name Sarai; but Sarah [Princess] her name shall be. And I will bless her and give you a son also by her. Yes, I will bless her, and she shall be a mother of nations; kings of peoples shall come from her.  GENESIS17:5,15-16”

Read Genesis 17 and we will continue to explore Abraham’s faith walk and its implication in our daily lives.
God Reaffirms His Covenant

“Nor shall your name any longer be Abram [high, exalted father]; but your name shall be Abraham [father of a multitude], for I have made you the father of many nations . . . As for Sarai your wife, you shall not call her name Sarai; but Sarah [Princess] her name shall be. And I will bless her and give you a son also by her. Yes, I will bless her, and she shall be a mother of nations; kings of peoples shall come from her.  GENESIS17:5,15-16”

Read Genesis 17 and we will continue to explore Abraham’s faith walk and its implication in our daily lives.
God Reaffirms His Covenant

“Nor shall your name any longer be Abram [high, exalted father]; but your name shall be Abraham [father of a multitude], for I have made you the father of many nations . . . As for Sarai your wife, you shall not call her name Sarai; but Sarah [Princess] her name shall be. And I will bless her and give you a son also by her. Yes, I will bless her, and she shall be a mother of nations; kings of peoples shall come from her.  GENESIS17:5,15-16”

Read Genesis 17 and we will continue to explore Abraham’s faith walk and its implication in our daily lives.
God Reaffirms His Covenant

“Nor shall your name any longer be Abram [high, exalted father]; but your name shall be Abraham [father of a multitude], for I have made you the father of many nations . . . As for Sarai your wife, you shall not call her name Sarai; but Sarah [Princess] her name shall be. And I will bless her and give you a son also by her. Yes, I will bless her, and she shall be a mother of nations; kings of peoples shall come from her.  GENESIS17:5,15-16”

Read Genesis 17 and we will continue to explore Abraham’s faith walk and its implication in our daily l
Mid-week Renewal 

In one word, how would you describe your current experience as a Christian? Growing? Fulfilled? Excited? Joyful? Disappointed? Frustrated? Defeated? Those who are truly satisfied in their lives depend on God, trusting in Him and not relying on their own strength. "Are you so foolish? After beginning by means of the Spirit, are you now trying to finish by means of the flesh?" Galatians 3:3.


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Our Worship

Psalm 95 reminds us how and whom to worship. The greatness of the God to worship is also emphasized.  As we have seen God’s supernatural hand in Joshua’s battle, the day was lengthened so that Israel obtained complete victory. Read Psalm 95 and let us bask in God’s greatness on Wednesday evening!  He deserves the glory and honor…there is no one else like HIM! Have a worship discussion today.



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Joshua 4:21 He said to the Israelites, “In the future when your descendants ask their parents, ‘What do these stones mean?’ 22 tell them, ‘Israel crossed the Jordan on dry ground.’ 23 For the Lord your God dried up the Jordan before you until you had crossed over. The Lord your God did to the Jordan what he had done to the Red Sea[b] when he dried it up before us until we had crossed over. 24 He did this so that all the peoples of the earth might know that the hand of the Lord is powerful and so that you might always fear the Lord your God.”


Joshua 4:21-24  gave instruction to build a Stone memorial in Gilgal to remind 

them of this day.

  1. so that the people’s children would learn from the things God did for their lives;
  2. so others who did not know God would see the power of God in the life of Israel; and
  3. as a personal and abiding reminder to fear God above all.


    What is Our Memorial after being cleansed from sin?



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                                                                       Courage and Direction

In Joshua 1:7-11, he was commanded to lead the children of Israel to the promised land.  Joshua was commanded to be strong, courageous, be prepared, look straight ahead and posses the land. There might be a Jordan (obstacle), but with preparation and prayer the land is ours.  Remember with consistent prayers we will cross over and posses what is ours.  Be prepare to share your thoughts.

                                                                                     Rahab?

Rahab married Salmon, the son of Judah’s tribal leader. From this marriage come their son Boaz, a faithful man of God who married Ruth (of the book of Ruth), and their son Obed became father of Jesse, the father of King David. From David would descend the Savior of all mankind, Jesus Christ. (Matthew 1:5-6; Matthew 1:15-16; Ruth 4:21-22; 1 Chronicles 2:10-15).  Amazingly, a former prostitute of Canaan became what every Israelite woman hoped to be- a mother on the line of the Messiah. 

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                                                                What are you expecting?

Psalm 27: 14 – Wait on the Lord; be of good courage, and He shall strengthen your hear; Wait, I say, on the Lord!

On Wednesday we will continue our discussion on Psalm 27 as King David spoke to all of us out of his own experiences. He encourages us to seek after God (wait on the Lord) and to take courage in Him (be of good courage). 

Let us seek the Lord like never before this week. We are joining hearts and minds together as discussed Sunday.   As we do our part, God will strengthen us individually and direct and bless us collectively.

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What is your ONE thing?

David said “One thing have I asked of the Lord, that will I seek, inquire for, and require: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord [in His presence] all the days of my life, to behold and gaze upon the beauty of the Lord and to meditate, consider, and inquire in His temple.” (PSALM 27:4)

Join in our discussion Wednesday where we will examine our priorities in light of God’s words. Joyce Mayer states “Many people want guidance from God, but they don’t want to lay aside other things in order to hear His voice. But David narrowed down everything he wanted to just one thing—more of God all the days of his life”

So what is your ONE thing?

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Mariam Webster defines prayer as speaking to God especially in order to give thanks or to ask for something.  It is an awesome realization that we can have a dialogue with the Creator of the universe.  How have you used that privilege today?  Did you pray? If so, did you thank God for who He is and what he does? Remember Philippians 4:6-7: do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.


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You are the light.

Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill can not be hid. Matthew 5:14
Remember in the book of Genesis 1:3 God is the creator of  light.  He  said Let there be light and there was light.
At Focus Pointe Ministries we will always follow what God has revealed with His specific instructions that the fundamental of the Gospel of truth must be executed through  teaching the word of God with clear articulation to ALL people. 
Matthew 5: 15-16 is the essential mission of Christains to the world, Jesus Christ living in us, the hope of glory , helping us to be the shining light to a dark world.
Let us pray with solid commitment and enduring persistence . He said "But thou , when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly." Matthew 6:6, John1:5, Psalms 119:105

My friends remeber you are a chosen generation and God will always be with you in time of need.

Be the brightest Light ever this week.


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Dreams: thoughts, imaginations, ideas.  Our dreams can sometimes get us into a place we don't want to be, and it can deliver us from a place we don't want to be.  Joseph was sold because of his dreams and was delivered from the dungeon because of his dreams. This also demonstrates how we should let God guide us. Read Genesis 37 and Genesis 41:12. Read both chapters to get the full impact.

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In Paul's first epistle to the Thessalonians,  he writes with the intentions of encouraging the church, comforting the persecuted, and reminding the Thessalonians of the importance moral purity. I urge you to read the entire letter if you can, focusing in particular on chapter 5, the end of which reads "Therefore encourage one another and build each other up, just as in fact you are doing." Don't worry if you can't read all of the letter by Wednesday. We will discuss this scripture Wednesday night and you'll still be able to participate.

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Apostle Paul spoke in 1 Cornthians 9:22 NIV "To the weak I became  weak, to win the weak; I have become all things to all people so that by all possIble means I might save some". He was sharing his experiencs with beleivers, appealing by showing us how multifaceted this problem is ( l suggust  reading the entire chapter). We must be prepared to give up selfish goals for the sake of our testimony to the world. Our government, friends and some families members want us to conform to this world so the gospel can seem relevant. If we learn one thing today from Paul's writing it is to let us give up our own desires for the purpose of gaining souls. What shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul? Mark 8:36

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As we take a closer look at Mark 4, we continue to examine the role of the sower.  A responsibility of the sower is to pray consistently for those who receive the word.  As we pray without ceasing, we must exercise caution that we do not obsess about our own needs and not that of others.  We find Samuel in his role as judge said “Far be it from me that I should sin against the Lord by ceasing to pray for you“ (1 SAMUEL 12:23).  While there is certainly a place to make our personal needs known to the Lord, be intentional this week to make others’ needs the priority.  Reach out earnestly for others and watch God show up in our situation as He honors our obedience!

-Focus Pointe Ministries Leadership Team

Be sure to join us Wednesday night at 9pm for our Midweek Renewal Conference Call. 
Dial 605-475-3220 and enter access code 630132. 
Be blessed!

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Faith Tested by Fire!


What will you do when your faith is tested by fire? Let us use Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego as our example.  In Daniel 3:16-18 we find three young men who faced a life or death decision: obey God and die or disobey God and live.  Study Daniel 3 and you will find life lessions on faith tested by fire.  In the end, these young men believed and obeyed God, held on to their convictions, became living witnesses to the King of the one true God, and got career advancement.

 

God showed up in the fire.  Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego were bound in their coats, hats, and other garments.  The flames of the furnace were so hot; the men who threw them in were instantly killed.  Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego fell bound when thrown into the furnace of fire.  To the amazement of the King and other bystanders, they witnessed a miraculous event: four men were seen walking around in the fire, no longer bound and unhurt. 

 

You may not understand why you face the trials that come knocking at our door.  However, always remember that you are not alone.  When your faith is tested by fire, STAND ON GOD’S PROMISE! Psalm 27:14 – Wait on the Lord: be of good courage, and He shall strengthen thine heart: wait, I say, on the Lord!

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Ash Wednesday starts today, the first day of Lent, which is the practice of rubbing ashes on one’s forehead in the sign of a cross which signifies sorrow and repentance of sins.  Lent is intended to be a time of self-denial, while  Ash Wednesday commences this period of spiritual discipline. Ash Wednesday and  Lent are observed by most Catholics and some Protestant denominations.  
As a Christian we  recognize one must repent of sins daily. 
Psalm 50:15 and call on me in the day of trouble, I will deliver you, this is not just during Lent. It is good to remember that no ritual can make one’s heart right with God. 
Mark 1:15 The time is fulfilled and the kingdom of God is at hand; repent and believe in the gospel "
Psalm 34:14 Depart from evil, and do good; seek peace, and pursue it.

Join us Wednesday night at 9:00 pm for our Midweek Renewal 

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Greetings from Focus Pointe Ministries!
We had an inspired discussion about engaging those around us and sharing the Word of God. 
It was an awesome time and we look forward to seeing you in Guilford next week.

Let's begin with a scripture. "Let nothing be done through strife or vainglory; but in lowliness of mind let each esteem other better than themselves." Philippians 2:3. Now read the above verse again, putting emphasis on the words "nothing" and "other."  This verse, along with those listed at the bottom of this text, embodies the spirit of humility that God requires of His servants.  The Bible says that we are to lower ourselves and put the needs of others before our own. Isn't that amazing? That's a very different message from what our mainstream culture teaches us! Even more amazing is that when we do humble ourselves, God works out a way to elevate us into positions of higher responsibility! God rewards a humble servant! But be careful not to fall into the trap of false humility! Don't be humble just because you want something from God. It doesn't work that way. Instead, humble yourself because that's what God wants. Put His wants before your own. Let's make this our challenge for the week. There's a lot more to be said on this topic. To hear the rest you will have to join us Wednesday night. Talk to you then!  Read 2 Corinthians 3:5, Romans 12:3, and Ephesians 2:8


Join us Wednesday night at 9:00 pm for our Midweek Renewal 
Conference Call. 
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Freedom  Are we Free?

The antonym of freedom is: bondage, constraint.  Imagine being bound or in a constraint, then suddenly you are free. This freedom can be from bad thoughts, constant wants/needs, financial difficulties, or sinful acts.
 
When God frees us we should claim the freedom and live a life of victory.  If victory is not practiced we can revert to old conditions and back to bondage. 
Example, the children of Israel, in Exodus Chapter 1, served with vigor as slaves in Egypt.  God heard their cry and he gave them a promise of taking them to a large place flowing with milk and honey, Exodus 3:8.  After their deliverance and departure from Egypt, they commented several times that they wished they were back in Egypt.  They were free but not free from the slavery mentality.  This thinking kept them traveling in the wilderness for 40 years instead of 11 days.
 
We should accept the freedom that God gives us and walk in it.
We should not wait for full deliverance, but praise him now.
The Lord has a large place flowing with milk and honey waiting for us; we must accept it. We are closer than what we think.
 
Don’t worry about the Pharaoh’s in our lives; God will destroy them in the Red Sea.
We are free thank God.  

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Opportunities for Usefulness:

A Look Back at Naaman the Leper


In II Kings 5:1-15 the story is told about Naaman, commander-in-chief of the army of Syria. He was held in distinction; however, he had the incurable disease of leprosy.  In the land of Israel it must be noted that this disease results in a life of isolation.

So… what are a few life lessons from this story? (1) Take an opportunity for usefulness by speaking up…God can use you to fulfill His purpose. The servant girl although a victim of being taken captive into slavery, introduced Mrs. Naaman to the prophet Elija’s ability to facilitate Naaman’s healing.  Seemingly insignificant, she spoke up and became a channel of blessing. (2) Take an opportunity for usefulness by not allowing your ego to get in the way of your miracle. Naaman visited the prophet Elijah who sent a messenger to deliver the instructions to follow in order to be healed. Naaman felt disrespected and left in a rage…however, only by following the simple instructions was he healed. God’s ways are not our ways and His thoughts are not ours. Remember its not about YOU, it is about obeying God’s instructions.


Be obedient to God’s instructions every day; be intentional in finding and making Opportunities for Usefulness to God!

 


Renewing Minds & Transforming Lives


"You'll Get Through This" Max Lucado

   Teaching Series 

Introduction and Session 1:

Our lives, like those of characters found in the Bible, are filled with moments of great success, satisfaction, and happiness as well as moments of deep distress. It's easy to worship God and stay positive when situations in our lives are good, but what about when they don't seem so good? Maybe you are dealing with a health, financial, or family problem. Maybe work and school are stressing you out. No matter who you are or where you are going, you will be challenged in some way. It's in these times of challenge that you need to remember that God truly is ready and able to help you. He can take a situation that seems like a complete mess and turn it into an opportunity for spiritual growth. This is the power that we, as believers, can tap into. The Bible provides many examples of individuals who face insurmountable odds and overcome them through perseverance and faith. This series focuses on Joseph.


SESSION 1 began with a recitation of the motto for the series: "You'll get through this. It won't be painless. It won't be quick. But God will use this mess for good. In the meantime, don't be foolish or naive. But don't despair either. With God's help, you will get through this." You should memorize this motto. It is the basis of the entire series and can be a helpful reminder that God is always with you, even when life is challenging. The rest of the session was a discussion of Joseph's story in the Bible, which provides an example of how you should behave when life challenges you. Joseph was thrown into a pit and sold into slavery by his brothers. He was hurt by those who should have been his advocates. Talk about a life challenge! But Joseph remembers God's word, forgives them, and eventually becomes a man of high influence in Pharaoh's court. Joseph remembered God and God turned that mess into something very good. Because Joseph was faithful, he was blessed. How faithful are you when you are distressed? Think on this throughout the week. Maybe you haven't gotten through your challenge yet because you are not willing to move on. This week, lift up prayers of forgiveness for those who have "thrown you into a pit," whether recently or far back in your past. Invite God to unleash his power to rework the evil intent of others and bring good from them.


Bible readings for Session 1:
Genesis 37:1-24
Genesis 50:19-21
Isaiah 43: 2
Romans 12:17-21


Session 2:
Session 2 of this series is about resiliency in the face of powerful adversity. We all face challenges in life that can shake us and rattle our confidence. Sometimes, these challenges seem so daunting that we just want to give up fighting. In times like these, it's important to remember that you are never alone. God has a plan for you, and the challenges you face are a part of the process of spiritual growth. Your challenges will not outlast you, so do not get sucked into short-term thinking.

Bible Readings for Session 2:
Genesis 37: 5-11
Genesis 37: 23-28
Ephesians 1: 3
John 15: 13-16
1 Peter 1: 18-20
2 Corinthians 5: 1

Session 3:
This session is about pleasing God with your actions. In Joseph's story, temptation and opportunities to justify sin abound. But Joseph resists, and does what is pleasing to God. Joseph's reaction to sin and temptation provides a model for how you should handle similar situations in your life. He placed his loyalty to God above sin. Don't make matters worse by doing something you'll regret. You will not go wrong by doing what is right. And God will bless his faithful servant.

Bible Readings for Session 3:
Genesis 39: 1-21
Psalm 51: 1-4
Hebrews 13: 5

Session 4:
The central question posed in this session was "is God good when life isn't?" The Bible says that God is always sovereign, always victorious, and can bring good out of all things. You can trust and love God no matter what. You need to remember this because it's so easy to say that God is good when things are going your way, and to deny him when pain and tragedy enter your life. Realize that pain will not last forever, but you will. Whatever you face now is less than nothing compared with the magnificent future God has planned for you.

Bible Readings for Session 4:
Malachi 3: 6
Hebrews 13: 8
Romans 8: 28
Romans 8: 18-21
James 1: 16-17
Job 34: 10

Session 5:
Session 5 focuses on restoring relationships. God cares about restoration. Healing your heart involves healing your past and God wants your heart healed. There is no such thing as a perfect human relationship. Joseph is an excellent Biblical example of someone less than perfect relationships. Just look at the severed family ties between him and his brothers. When Joseph sees his brothers for the first time after they had sold him into slavery, he was in a position where he could have gotten revenge on them. Instead, he chose to forgive them and seek reconciliation. This was pleasing to God and God blessed Joseph. The same blessings await you, should you choose reconciliation over retaliation.

Bible Readings for Session 5:
Genesis 42: 1-32
Romans 12: 1-2
2 Corinthians 5: 17-20

Session 6:
The final session of the series is about God using situations in our lives for good. In God's hands, intended evil becomes eventual good. You have to exercise grace instead of judgement in your life. This way, we can be like Joseph, who was pleasing to God. Remember, the people in your life may need a Joseph, a courier of grace, in this day of anger and revenge. Think of at least one way you can begin to be a bearer of grace to those around you, as Joseph was. Changing your behavior this way will begin the healing process, allowing God to use the mess for good. 

Bible Readings for Session 6:
Genesis 45: 1-15
Matthew 12: 46-50
Hebrews 2: 10-13
Matthew 11: 28-30
1 John 2: 1-2
Philippians 4: 10
Genesis 50: 15-21




Consequential CHOICES

The WORLD is clamoring for solutions to problems and will listen and be satisfied with meaningful, honest conversations. We have to make a choice to engage!


Our God given rights for freedom to make Godly choices are disappearing and must be mobilized by using the powerful and effective weapons that God has given to every believer. What are these?


· Prayer - Effective, sincerely and intense praying.


· Reading our Bible, His word - Saturate our minds with the word of GOD.


God has created us with a free will. ?The right choices we embrace today determine our destiny for a much brighter tomorrow.

The consequential CHOICE is clear with the first bible family Adam and Eve, given the opportunity to choose and be happy in the Garden of Eden. Temptation became a reality for them and one day they made a selfish choice, which was so devastating, it is known as the first earthly sin. Your choice has consequences.




A Call to Restoration


Today’s teaching on Restoration examined Job’s life as the biblical example of restoration. 

Job encountered major tragedy, however, he was able to experience restoration through humility and submission to God.  A key point of Job’s restoration was that God was after his innermost healing and restoration because he involved Job in the process. Job had to forgive his friends; he prayed for them. Job 42:10 (NIV). After Job had prayed for his friends, the Lord restored his fortunes and gave him twice as much as he had before.

So…this week read Job and encounter a test of character as well as reminder of our awesome God who controls the universe and is yet mindful of us!



Increase


Today’s teaching on Increase examines its meaning through the eyes of a young King Solomon. Read I Kings 3:1-15. Solomon was asked by an almighty God “Ask for whatever you want me to give you. Solomon asked for a discerning heart to govern the people and to distinguish between right and wrong. God being pleased that Solomon asked selflessly and with the right motive, rewarded him (increased him) with more that he requested. He received wealth and long life in addition to wisdom beyond human limitations. 

So…what is the Increase that you seek this week?  Increase in faith, wisdom, knowledge, prayer life, and closer relationship with God? If you search earnestly as seeking wisdom is addressed in Proverbs 2: 4, you will find what you seek. As you focus on Increase, remember this scripture:  “Being confident of this very thing, that he who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Jesus Christ.”  Philippians 1:6. 





Take Every Thought Captive

The human brain has more than 48 thoughts per minute. It is important to note that we are not at the mercy of every passing thought that enters into our minds. With God’s help we have the ability to take each thought captive and control it. We can achieve Godly thoughts on a daily basis.

Read 2 Corinthians 10: 4-5; Philippians 4:8; Romans 12:2; Philippians 4:4-7

This week we can prevent negative thoughts from entering our minds by actively:

(1) reading scriptures and other helpful literature,   

(2) listening to music with positive lyrics,                 

(3) avoiding places that put bad thoughts in our mind and

(4) spending time with people who have positive influence in our life.

Let the peace of God, which passes all understanding keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. 





You are the Light

Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill can not be hid. Matthew 5:14
Remember in the book of Genesis 1:3 God is the creator of  light.  He  said Let there be light and there was light.
At Focus Pointe Ministries we will always follow what God has revealed with His specific instructions that the fundamental of the Gospel of truth must be executed through  teaching the word of God with clear articulation to ALL people. 
Matthew 5: 15-16 is the essential mission of Christains to the world, Jesus Christ living in us, the hope of glory , helping us to be the shining light to a dark world.
Let us pray with solid commitment and enduring persistence . He said "But thou , when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly." Matthew 6:6, John1:5, Psalms 119:105
My friends remeber you are a chosen generation and God will always be with you in time of need.
Be the brightest Light ever this week.



Maintain Your Focus


Thank you for worshipping with us today at Focus Pointe Ministries.

As you move forward this week remember to Maintain Your Focus Matthew 14:22-23 

HOW:

  - Do make time to reflect on God's goodness and spend time with him.

  - Do trust and obey God despite the wind and the waves.

  - Remove doubts, you can accomplish what God has commanded you to do. 

Put on the full armor of God so that you can take your stand against the 

devil's schemes    Ephesians 6:11