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Accessing the Infinite Supply

Let us therefore come boldly to the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy and find grace to help in time of need.   Hebrews4:16
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  1. 1. Would like to be blessed to be a blessing to others.
    2. Need to pay off student loans.
    3. And am in need of healing.

  2. Prayer Requests
    God’s guidance and provision for my brother and his family as he looks for a new church to pastor.

    Financial blessing to pay off current debt of $22,184.89.

    God’s favor in my current job.

    Bryan Collins
    bryankcollins@gmail.com

  3. Become debt free and have a home with my family and let God fill all the voids. 615-347-2873

  4. For those asking for money to finance ministry education, starting a nonprofit or television shows….I ask you to prayerfully consider the money you would use to go towards funding people with immediate and basic needs. That in itself is a ministry. Perhaps many lose faith in God and church because we continue showing up with unmet needs that leave us feeling alone, depressed and overlooked. People who want to help don’t know how or who needs help. This is not how spiritual family works. The nameless faces have become so real to me since reading their prayer requests. I have a compassion and desire to serve that I never experienced before. I will contact the dozen or so I feel led to reach out to and see what i can do. Until this last Sunday, I was struggling with feeling a part of Christ Church and was going only because my teenager was so connected with the youth program. I was feeling annoyed and even contempt that I was showing up and leaving empty hearted, and spiritually void. Something “GOD” is happening…..Amen.

    • As the former President & Founder of the TN Christian Chamber of Commerce, I learned you don’t have to have an organization to serve the needs of the people. The most fulfillment I ever experienced during those 4 years was feeding a 3 hungry people one day and offering them both a ride.

  5. My husband was laid off on February 29th due to company bankruptcy. We moved to Nashville several weeks ago in search of employment – plus we would like for our 2-year-old to grow up in this area. Fortunately, I started a new job on August 8th. However, since we have been without any income since the end of February, we are struggling to catch up on our bills. My husband needs to find a job in I.T. Helpdesk and/or network engineering. Additionally, we only have one car, which makes the logistics of transportation a constant struggle between getting me to work, my husband doing an intensive job search and interviews, and caring for our 2-year-old. Ultimately, we would like to be debt-free from our student loans, but we cannot even make a dent in the student loans while we are living on a single income and struggling to get our other bills satisfied.
    Any help with stable employment for my husband, our finances and/or a vehicle would be a wonderful blessing. Thank you!
    Alicia
    Messagealicia@gmail.com

  6. My son recently left for college (8/19) and I crave your prayers for his covering spiritually, mentally and physically. Please pray that he will quickly connect with a positive support group that will not stifle him or try to pull him down but will come along side him and lift his arms when he needs it and he will do the same for them.
    With him gone, I am feeling the void, with time on my hands, I am searching for my place of service. I am sorry I missed being in church for this message! I listened to it on tape and I was in tears! This word resonated in my soul! Thank you Pastor Dan for allowing the Lord to speak through you.

  7. woot, thankyou! I finally came to a site where the webmaster knows what they’re talking about. Do you know how many results are in Google when I search.. too many! It’s so annoying having to go from page after page after page, wasting my day away with thousands of people just copying eachother’s articles… bah. Anyway, thankyou very much for the info anyway, much appreciated.