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We Remember . . .

We Remember . . .//Kenneth W. Hagin

Memorial Day is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. For many people, Memorial Day is just another day off. But for those who have lost loved ones in military action, it's a whole lot more. As our patriotic duty, every American should honor those who have spilled their blood to make America free and strong. Because men and women have died, we have the right today to preach the Word of God freely, to live at peace in our homes, and to pursue peace, prosperity, and happiness. Thank God for those who served and sacrificed to make us free!


LOVE: The High Road

Feb 13 pic6// Lynette Hagin

"Love . . . is patient and kind. . . .
Love (God's love in us) . . . is ever ready
to believe the best of every person."
—1 Corinthians 13:4–5, 7 (Amplified)

It is so important that we learn to practice love in our lives on a daily basis. Many people refer to First Corinthians 13 as "the love chapter." Too often, we want to skip over reading that part of the Bible. I admit I have felt that way at times, but the Lord continues to lead me to read it. In fact, whenever my husband and I perform a marriage ceremony, I always read this portion of chapter 13 to the bride and groom:


Walking in Love

RoseBy Rev. Lynette Hagin

Many people refer to First Corinthians chapter 13 as “the love chapter.” Too often, we want to skip over reading that part of the Bible. I will readily admit that there have been times in my life when I wanted to ignore that chapter.


Five Things God Wants to Do for You

Heart In HandsBy Kenneth E. Hagin

Is there something you want God to do for you? According to His Word, there are several things God wants to do for you—good things that we all desire. So what's the catch? The condition is that you must set your love upon Him.


The Father's Care

Father's LoveBy Kenneth E. Hagin

John 17:23 says, “I in them, and thou in me, that they may be made perfect in one; and that the world may know that thou hast sent me, and hast loved them, as thou hast loved me.” I want you to notice particularly the expression “ . . .and hast loved them, as thou hast loved me.” There’s no truth so far-reaching as the blessed fact that our Father God cares for us. John 17:23 says God loves us even as He loves Jesus!


The God-Kind of Love Forgives

3 CrossesBy Kenneth E. Hagin

What is the God-kind of love like? The God-kind of love is full of kindness and is tenderhearted. Since God’s love is kind and tenderhearted, it is always ready to forgive.