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Running to WIN

Hello to YOU! You know, I’ve been thinking about God being a Rewarder of those who seek Him (Hebrews 11:6.) The promise is guaranteed: if you seek Him, a reward is coming your way.

But sometimes prayer is work. Have you ever thought about the word PERSEVERANCE? The word ‘severe’ is tucked inside of it.

The apostle Paul tells us to “run with perseverance,” and every runner knows that there will be some severe moments out on the trail. The same is true for you and I while we’re running our amazing race with God. You should expect some rough stuff, but also anticipate the rewards.

So keep going. Don’t faint. Catch your breath. Recharge in God’s presence, and run!

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Here’s a picture that I recently took in Varanasi, India, of a devotee feeding fish on the banks of the Ganges river. Please take a minute & release a blessing over this region. “Let those who love Thy salvation say continually, “The LORD be magnified!” Ps 40:16


I also want to bring the Financial Crisis Prayer Patrol to your attention again because it’s a GREAT prayer tool to help you pray for yourself and for others. Please jump in and take advantage of this tool. I believe prayer can accomplish things that nothing else can:

http://economy.prayercentral.net/?page_id=4

In our early walk with Jesus, Wayne & I were blessed to be mentored by a man of God named Leonard Ravenhill. You can still feel the fire in his quotes today:

“There are two kinds of people in the world – only two kinds. Not black or white, rich or poor, but those either dead in sin or dead to sin.” -Leonard Ravenhill

Let’s run to win, amen?
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Kathleen Dillard

P.S. A terrorist bombing took place in India last night during one of Varanasi’s most crowded prayer rituals – a two-year old girl was killed & many were injured. Please pray! The full news report can be viewed here:
http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2010/12/08/3087444.htm

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