Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Old News That's Still Fresh - January 2012

I've recently posted some new blogs to this site that I want to make you aware of.

First, perhaps the most exciting one is Dare to Believe.  It's a holy dare that's sure to change your life.

I'd also like to bring to your attention Lifting Hands in Prayer that explains the importance of this biblical practice and its connection to "The Lord Our Banner."

Keeping Sundays Holy is a follow up to a previous blog about whether Christians need to obey the fourth commandment.  It includes a book excerpt from a credible Korean pastor that claims Jesus told him how serious and dangerous it is not to do so.

Salvation with Fear and Trembling discusses the part of salvation that requires your ongoing participation and explains why we should fear and tremble. 

Then there is Sin and Consequence, which demonstrates how sin has very serious consequences.  This is the immutable law of sowing a reaping, just as when you plant seeds in the soil and eventually reap what you sowed.

I've written a Checklist for Revival in your life.  It'll wake you up and remind you of what you should be doing, according to Scripture.  It will help you determine where you may be missing something.

Lastly, I've also posted a blog called Budapest Epicenter for Revival about the key role of Budapest in the battle for Europe's future.

May the Lord use these to inspire, encourage, and challenge you.

Author's note: If you enjoyed this post, you may also like the other posts in this blog available through the links in the side bar. You may also access my complete blog directory at "Writing for the Master."  

Len Lacroix is the founder of Doulos Missions International.  He was based in Eastern Europe for four years, making disciples, as well as helping leaders to be more effective at making disciples who multiply, developing leaders who multiply, with the ultimate goal of planting churches that multiply. His ministry is now based in the United States with the same goal of helping fulfill the Great Commission. www.dmiworld.org.

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