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Wednesday, July 10

America - Lest We Forget - Part 1

When men forget God, terrible things unfold. Pastor Allen Jackson discusses the biblical foundations that built America and emphasizes the importance of standing for our faith today, so God is not forgotten. The Ten Commandments outline God’s standards of holiness, and Pastor Allen summarizes what they say and provides insight on how they apply to our lives. It doesn't take long to lose an idea. If we don't fear the Lord and walk uprightly in holiness and righteousness, teaching our children to do the same, that wisdom will be lost to us, as a people.

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About Allen Jackson Ministries

Allen Jackson is passionate about helping people become Christ-followers who respond to God’s invitations for their life. He has served World Outreach Church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee as senior pastor since 1989. Under his leadership, the fellowship has grown to a congregation of over 15,000. Through Allen Jackson Ministries, his messages reach people across the globe — through television, radio, Sirius XM, and online streaming. His teachings are also available in published books and other resources, including small group curriculum. Jackson holds degrees from Oral Roberts University and Vanderbilt University and has studied at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Pastor Jackson’s wife, Kathy, is an active participant in ministry at World Outreach Church.

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Today

Let's Pray - Life Lived Well

We are people of eternity, so why would we commit ourselves to objectives that are limited by time and will fade away? Prayer reaches beyond time to touch eternity and should be the response to all of our personal interactions. When we invest energy and thought into our prayer lives and make the effort to pray for those around us, we let them know that someone in their sphere of influence has a relationship with God and open a window for God’s Spirit to blow across their lives.

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Today

Let's Pray - Life Lived Well

We are people of eternity, so why would we commit ourselves to objectives that are limited by time and will fade away? Prayer reaches beyond time to touch eternity and should be the response to all of our personal interactions. When we invest energy and thought into our prayer lives and make the effort to pray for those around us, we let them know that someone in their sphere of influence has a relationship with God and open a window for God’s Spirit to blow across their lives.

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Yesterday

Let's Pray - The Lord's Prayer - Part 2

Prayer matters because evil is in the world and we cannot outthink it or overcome it by the force of our personal will—we need a power greater than ourselves! Thankfully, Scripture gives us blueprints for prayer: Jesus prayed to His Father, so we do as well; and the demons tremble at the name of Jesus, so we pray in His name. When we fail to pray we leave the doors of God’s possibilities closed. But when we commit ourselves to daily, workmanlike prayer, the outcome can benefit all of us. So, “Let’s pray!”

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Wednesday, July 17

Let's Pray - The Lord's Prayer - Part 1

Prayer matters because evil is in the world and we cannot outthink it or overcome it by the force of our personal will—we need a power greater than ourselves! Thankfully, Scripture gives us blueprints for prayer: Jesus prayed to His Father, so we do as well; and the demons tremble at the name of Jesus, so we pray in His name. When we fail to pray we leave the doors of God’s possibilities closed. But when we commit ourselves to daily, workmanlike prayer, the outcome can benefit all of us. So, “Let’s pray!”

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Podcast

Tuesday, July 16

Today, My Mom Graduated to Heaven

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