Word at Work

December 22, 2011

Word at Work December 22, 2011

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22 Scripture: Psalm 143:12 The reason Psalm 143:12 is so important is because the man who received the covenant that Jesus died to establish […]
December 21, 2011

Word at Work December 21, 2011

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 21 Scripture: Psalm 109:1-13 For anyone who has ever been betrayed financially, Psalm 109 is a blueprint for monetary justice. We can ask for […]
December 20, 2011

Word at Work December 20, 2011

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20 Scripture: Psalm 55:12-15 In Psalm 55, David found himself in just such a place when Absalom had taken his Kingdom, and he was […]
December 19, 2011

Word at Work December 19, 2011

MONDAY, DECEMBER 19 Scripture: Isaiah 34:5-8, Isaiah 37:1-4 In Isaiah 34:5-8, righteous King Hezekiah met a very determined evil king who was looking to utterly destroy […]
December 18, 2011

Word at Work December 18, 2011

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 18 Scripture: Psalm 149:6-9 Psalm 149:6-9 says, “Let the high praises of God be in their mouth, And a two-edged sword in their hand, […]
December 17, 2011

Word at Work December 17, 2011

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17 Scripture: Judges 8:21 Judges 8:21 says, “So Zebah and Zalmunna said, ‘Rise yourself, and kill us; for as a man is, so is […]
December 16, 2011

Word at Work December 16, 2011

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16 Scripture: Judges 7:16-18 The Sword of the lord is promised as an issue of covenant. When someone threatens the generation of our harvest […]
December 15, 2011

Word at Work December 15, 2011

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15 Scripture: Isaiah 37:35,36 Because Hezekiah prayed against Sennacherib, we find these verses, “For I will defend this city, to save it For My […]
December 14, 2011

Andrews, TX

Please join us for a seminar held by City of Refuge Church in Andrews, TX. The meetings are held April 19  10:30 am April 19 6:00 PM […]
December 14, 2011

Word at Work December 14, 2011

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14 Scripture: Isaiah 37:14-21 Finally King Hezekiah decided he would pray and plead his cause. It was too perilous and too dangerous a situation […]