Monthly Archives: August 2007

South Korean Hostage Freed

The story is here.  Some South Koreans are blaming the hostages.  Praise the Lord for their safe return home.  I look forward to hearing more details regarding their capture and treatment during captivity. I hope to have some thoughts on … Continue reading

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South Korean Christian Hostages To Be Released

Several news outlets are reporting that the South Korean government and the Taliban have arrived at an agreement for the release of the 19 Christian aid workers being held captive.  Under the agreement, South Korea will withdraw troops from Afghanistan … Continue reading

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Divine Healing, Part III

More Barriers to Receiving Healing The third barrier to receiving healing is unconfessed sin. Sin is defined as anything that falls short of God’s perfect standard in conduct or character. We may sin in thought, word, or deed; by what … Continue reading

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Taliban Say Talks Have Failed, Deciding Fate of Hostages

Yahoo news is reporting.  Please pray Psalm 91 on behalf of the hostages.  UPDATE 8/21/07.  The Taliban (Islamic terrorists) have again threatened to kill the (Christian missionary) hostages if their demand for the release of their terrorist compatriots is not … Continue reading

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Diving Healing, Part II

Divine Healing:  Identifying Barriers to Receiving Healing If it is God’s will that we should be healed, and He has provided for healing through the cross of Christ, and He has told us to receive healing by faith, why then … Continue reading

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Two South Korean Hostages Freed

The full story is here.  Reaction is here.  (Updated 8/14/07, 8:19 a.m. EST.)  Please continue praying!

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Diving Healing, Part I

Discerning the Will of God Concerning Healing While Jesus was in one of the towns, a man came along who was covered with leprosy. When he saw Jesus, he fell with his face to the ground and begged him, “Lord, … Continue reading

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