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A Christless Pentecost
The following is a prophetic warning from Azusa Street 75 years ago, concerning the dangers of a Christless Pentecost! More ...
David Wilkerson
A Cry In the Night
The following story is true and was taken from one of our all time favorite books, "Touching Incidents And Remarkable Answers To Prayer" written in 1894. Gather the whole family around! This is a story you'll enjoy reading out loud to your children More ...
Author Unknown
A Wonderful Visitor
The following is a true story and was taken from one of our favorite books, Touching Incidents And Remarkable Answers To Prayer, originally printed in 1894 More ...
Author Unknown
Abortion Clinics: An Inside Look
The following are portions of an interview with a woman who used to work at an abortion clinic. Her story is a look into another world where abuse has become an industry, and extermination a daily routine. More ...
Former Clinic Administrator Speaks Out
Active Or Passive Lordship
OUR GOD IS A GOD OF CONSTANT ACTION AND ADVENTURE! From Genesis to Revelation we see a God who "neither slumbers nor sleeps."(Ps. 121:4) More ...
Fred Markert
Are You Doing 'Jesus Stuff'?
Do you ever wonder what Jesus would be doing if He were walking the earth today? I do. I wonder where He would feel comfortable, who He'd want to hang out with... what would make Him smile, what would make Him cry. More ...
Carol DeGraff
Blessed Are The Poor In Spirit
"...for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." Selected Excerpts from “Compelled by Love” More ...
Heidi Baker with Shara Pradhan
Carpe AEternum
Seizing a Window of Opportunity! We live at a critical time in history. Never before has the church been so well equipped to reach the entire world for Christ. More ...
Fred Markert
Charlie Coulson the Christian Drummer Boy
The following story is a true account, taken from an old, out-of-print book called “Touching Incidents And Remarkable Answers To Prayer.” It was compiled by S.B. Shaw and published in 1894. Grab a cup of hot chocolate, gather the family together, and read More ...
Dr. M. L. Rosvally
Charlie Moore
Have you ever wondered why the children of Israel didn't serve God with joy and gladness? More ...
Radical Hope
Crossing the Great Divide
Is there any doubt that the world needs the ministry of reconciliation? Everywhere we look, we are hit in the face with fighting. More ...
Tom Marshall
Dad I'm Pregnant - How Should a Father Respond?
An excerpt form "Why Wait?" by Josh McDowell and Dick Day More ...
Author Anonymous
Do You Feel Like Giving Up?
A growing number of ministers have been writing to me in recent months, telling of their concern for those in their flock who are simply giving up. Today, more and more Christians are at the breaking point. More ...
David Wilkerson
Does This Railroad Lead to Heaven?
This is a true story taken from the 1894 edition of “Touching Incidents And Remarkable Answers To Prayer.” As you'll see, this wonderful story seems to speak to adults as well as to children. More ...
Pastor F.M. Dosh
Finding God When You've Failed
Honesty is indeed a prerequisite to effective prayer. But it can also be cleverly guided on a boomerang path by our arch opponent. More ...
Jack Hayford
Four Circles of Intimacy With God
You're As Close To God As YOU Want To Be More ...
J. Oswald Sanders
God Is Easy to Live With
Satan's first attack upon the human race was his sly effort to destroy Eve's confidence in the kindness of God. Unfortunately for her and for us, he succeeded too well. More ...
A. W. Tozer
How To Find God
These seven steps are for the use of those who have a serious desire to receive the mercy of God, which alone can deliver them from their bad habits, from the powers of darkness, and from the wrath to come. More ...
General William Booth
How to Make Grace Amazing: Hell's Best Kept Secret
I once came out of a store and saw a lady trying to open her car door by using a bent, wire coat-hanger. I asked if it was her car, or if she was stealing it. More ...
Ray Comfort
Humility - The Strength of the Lamb
No tree can grow except on the root from which it sprang. And what is the root and essence of the character of our Redeemer? There can he but one answer: it is His humility. More ...
Andrew Murray
I Changed My Stand
I was a member of the Clergy’s Advisory Council to the Virginia League For Planned Parenthood in the early 1970s. That was before the Roe v. Wade decision, More ...
Pastor Zolton Phillips III
In the Hands of the Master Potter
...the Lord says to you. "There’s a price. Do you want My presence and My miracles? Do you want Me? More ...
Jill Austin
Incest
Sexual abuse within family circles is one of the worst kinds of crimes. If a thief broke into your home and stole some of your possessions, you would immediately report it to the police. But what if More ...
Author Anonymous
It's Between You and God
Mother Teresa put these up on the wall of her children's home in Calcutta, which is why this is sometimes attributed to her... More ...
Dr. Kent M. Keith
Lies In Disguise: Battling Temptation
There are many questions surrounding the topic of temptation. Many ask - is it sin? Can I really overcome? Will I ever stop being tempted? More ...
Hannah Whitall Smith
Living In Transition - The Art of Faith and Life
"Kept awake by the thoughts of all the changes that I'm experiencing, how many things are demanding my attention (and maybe the big bowl of chocolate ice cream that I had an hour before I tried to go to bed) I just could not bring myself to fall asleep. M More ...
Michael Miles
Love vs. Romance
Fact or fiction? More ...
Kathleen Dillard
Making a Difference in Your World
We've been led to believe we have no power... More ...
Linda Speight
Making the Most of Your Devotions
If you are a Christian, your personal relationship with Jesus must take first priority in your life. But for many reasons, that daily quiet time with God may be the first thing to dissolve under time pressures, stress, and busy schedules. More ...
George Mueller
Meditation - Our Lost Treasure
The search for "lost treasure" has captivated mankind for thousands of years. In the past, men abandoned their homes and families to travel the world in search of gold, silver, and precious jewels. There was no guarantee they'd ever find the gold they wer More ...
Fran Paris
Mighty Moments
The following story is a chapter from a book published in 1931 called "Mighty Moments." We were really encouraged by this touching story of a young man's faith and his determined love for God. We hope it will inspire you in a mighty way as well. More ...
Lionel Fletcher
Mission Trip Report: India
I was just happy to be somewhere. More ...
Rebekah Green
Mission: America
If you've been unable to travel to other countries and minister to people still unreached by the Gospel, take heart. God has brought the world right to your doorstep! More ...
Denny Gunderson
My Yoke Is Easy - A Parable of Grace
This was the day I'd dreamed of for so long. Today God had answered my prayer and given me a horse of my own. But he wasn't what I had expected. More ...
Joan Rappleyea with Chloe Lovejoy
Passion For Jesus
It is so easy to think that we are loving Jesus when in reality we are loving something else. More ...
Jack Deere
Pharisees, Sadducees, or Jesus
Two thousand years ago, the Jewish people were hopelessly locked into a religion made up of these two radical extremes. More ...
Dean Sherman
Raped and Pregnant
Rape is understandably difficult to talk about - especially for the women who are the victims. Yet because it’s so often used as a reason for abortion, we need to take a closer look. More ...
Three Women Tell Their Stories
Restoration Through Forgiveness
We all have a past - a storehouse of good and bad memories that can still affect the way we live today. More ...
Doug Easterday
Sharing Jesus In a Diverse World
The key issue in evangelism is communication. Are we effectively communicating the gospel? More ...
Danny Lehman
Simplicity - The Evidence of Life
What was the greatest gift that God gave to us in Jesus Christ? Was it not that beautiful life? "In Him was life, and the life was the light of men. " (John 1:4) More ...
Dudley Hall
Singles + Sex
Many people think God is unfair. That He made us sexual beings and then tells us don’t! More ...
Dean Sherman
Some Days Are Like That
Most of us have a mental movie version of the Christian life and how it's supposed to be. More ...
Linda Cope
Spiritual Burn Out
We sat in a cafe in the Mayfair area of London. Outside, the fog was settling in on the late November afternoon. More ...
Malcom Smith
Spiritual Warfare
You may believe spiritual warfare is only for Christians who happen to be "into" such things - or for obscure missionaries working in dark, heathen places. I'm sorry to say, this just isn't so. More ...
Dean Sherman
Taking Action, Living Adventurously
"The Almighty certainly never intended that people should travel at such breakneck speed." New York Governor Martin Van Buren said these words in the winter of 1829 to warn against a grave national danger: the railroad. More ...
Larry Tomczack
The Call to Run
What if I were to ask you, "Do you believe there's anything too hard for God to do?" More ...
Loren Cunningham
The Call to Serve
Sometimes God does something dramatic to get our attention. That's what happened to me in 1975. My family and I were enjoying the peace and quiet of a borrowed cabin in the Colorado Rockies. More ...
Loren Cunningham
The Dangers of Drifting from God
“For this reason we must pay much closer attention to what we have heard, lest we drift away from it.” -Hebrews 2:1 More ...
Author Unknown
The Devil the Dope Man
It was the year 1975. I was up on a hill in a roach-infested, filthy, rundown house; I was in a bathroom and the smell of stale alcohol, and musty soiled laundry was enough to make you sick. More ...
Lisa Stribling
The Great Rock of Islam
My grandfather was a very famous and respected Koran teacher, and the people of his city always obeyed his words. More ...
Author Anonymous
The Heart of a Worshiper
Many Christians today are talking about a renewed desire - even a new desire - to worship the Lord in a deeper, more meaningful way. But what is true worship? More ...
Bob Sorge
The Person God Uses
I was talking with a Christian store-keeper a while ago who said, "People are crying for God to use them, but He can’t. More ...
Samuel Logan Brengle
The Plight of the Christian Artist
One of the most tragic stories in history is that of Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh. Van Gogh was a "preacher's kid" whose greatest desire was to follow his father into the ministry. More ...
Denny Gunderson
The Power of the Cross
There is not a more liberating, redeeming, costly, significant, or glorious work in all of human history than the cross of Jesus Christ. More ...
Noel Alexander
The Theatre of Your Mind - What's Showing?
"…be transformed by the renewing of your mind." Romans12:2 Most Christians have at least an intellectual understanding that with Christ all things are possible. More ...
Denny Gunderson
The Truth About Faith
Is your faith weak? Are you perplexed because your faith doesn't seem to get results? Have you diligently prayed about a request and believed for it with all your heart-and it didn't happen? Even worse, the very opposite happened? More ...
David Wilkerson
The Way of Fellowship
When man fell and chose to make himself, rather than God, the center of his life, the effect was not only to put man out of fellowship with God, but also out of fellowship with his fellow man. More ...
Roy Hession
Trail to Peace
I sat in stone silence looking at the white man sitting a few feet away from me. My heart was cold toward him, and I assumed he felt the same about me. More ...
Spencer Cody
Training Your Children for Christ
There are certain things that parents must do - indeed, that only parents can do - if their children are to become true servants of God. More ...
General William Booth
True and False Unity
I leaned forward, readjusting my position in the pew, and glanced around the room. The atmosphere was charged with excitement More ...
Floyd McClung
Walking With Jesus
The following are a brief overview of some of the key aspects of becoming a Christian and starting your walk with Jesus. We strongly encourage you to read from many of the articles on Last Days Ministries web site for more information. More ...
LDM Staff
What Was I Thinking?
MEN WANTED: in Pro-life Ministry. More ...
Scott Manganella
Who Cares?
Many of you have written and asked, "How do we get our own copy of the art that is on your website?" Well, we thought you'd like to see how the art came about in the first place... it is based on a vivid vision God gave to General William Booth More ...
General William Booth
Who Needs Quiet Time? You Do!
Some people just can't wait to get into their daily Quiet Time with God. And then there's the rest of us - born-again believers who find it hard to commit to a daily time with the Lord. More ...
Fran Paris
Who Will You Deny? Yourself or the Lord
This article was taken from "The Complete Works of John Wesley," perhaps England's most famous evangelist and preacher. More ...
John Wesley
Working Hard or Hardly Working?
Many people are afraid to work. They re afraid of the very idea of it. Just thinking about it can ruin their whole day. It’s practically a curse word of the 20th century. More ...
Tony Salerno
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