1. Video Comments to World Changing Women, Deitrick Haddon, DeVon Franklin # 2

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    • Video Comments to World Changing Women, Deitrick Haddon, DeVon Franklin # 1

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      • The Sin of Prayerlessness, Part 17 (The Prayer Motivator Devotional #486)

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        Our prayer motivator verse for today is Psalm 62:8 which reads: “Trust in him at all times; ye people, pour out your heart before him: God is a refuge for us. Selah." Allow me to share with you some important points regarding this verse from Matthew Henry's Commentary: Here we also have David’s exhortation to others to converse with God. "Pour out your heart before him." The expression seems to allude to the pouring out of the drink-offerings before the Lord. When we make a penitent confession of sin our hearts are therein poured out before God. But here it is meant of prayer, which, if it be as it should be, is the pouring out of the heart before God. We must lay our grievances before him, offer up our desires to him with all humble freedom, and then entirely refer ourselves to his disposal, patiently submitting our wills to his: this is pouring out our hearts. What encouragement he gives us to take this good counsel: "God is a refuge for us," not only my refuge, but a refuge for us all, even as many as will flee to him and take shelter in him. He cautions us to take heed of misplacing our confidence, in which, as much as in any thing, the heart is deceitful. Those that trust in God truly will trust in him only, and will humbly offer up prayers to Him. My personal encouragement to you today is this: You will never "find" time to pray, you must choose to "make" time to pray. The devil will try to keep you back from praying by bringing things to your mind that you may need to do but that can wait until later to be done. Don't let the devil talk you out of praying to God. Our prayer motivator quote today is from Billy Graham. He said: "The most eloquent prayer is the prayer through hands that heal and bless. The highest form of worship is the worship of unselfish Christian service. The greatest form of praise is the sound of consecrated feet seeking out the lost and helpless." Our prayer motivator devotional today is part 17 of our series titled "THE SIN OF PRAYERLESSNESS" from Dr. John R. Rice. In Bible times the Temple was literally "a house of prayer," and was intended to be that for all people. Bible Christians fasted, they prayed in sackcloth, they wept while they prayed, they often watched all night in prayer. Paul and Silas prayed at midnight in the jail at Philippi. A little group at the home of Mary prayed long hours until Peter was released from jail. Before Pentecost the apostles and Mary and the brothers of Jesus and some others "continued with one accord in prayer and supplication," until the power of the Holy Spirit came upon them as promised. Later when the apostles called for some deacons to take over the business of waiting on poor widows they promised, "But we will give ourselves continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the word" --- prayer first, preaching second! + Plus, listen to Deitrick Haddon singing "Prayer Changes Things"

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        • The Sin of Prayerlessness, Part 17 (The Prayer Motivator Devotional #486)

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          Our prayer motivator verse for today is Psalm 62:8 which reads: “Trust in him at all times; ye people, pour out your heart before him: God is a refuge for us. Selah." Allow me to share with you some important points regarding this verse from Matthew Henry's Commentary: Here we also have David’s exhortation to others to converse with God. "Pour out your heart before him." The expression seems to allude to the pouring out of the drink-offerings before the Lord. When we make a penitent confession of sin our hearts are therein poured out before God. But here it is meant of prayer, which, if it be as it should be, is the pouring out of the heart before God. We must lay our grievances before him, offer up our desires to him with all humble freedom, and then entirely refer ourselves to his disposal, patiently submitting our wills to his: this is pouring out our hearts. What encouragement he gives us to take this good counsel: "God is a refuge for us," not only my refuge, but a refuge for us all, even as many as will flee to him and take shelter in him. He cautions us to take heed of misplacing our confidence, in which, as much as in any thing, the heart is deceitful. Those that trust in God truly will trust in him only, and will humbly offer up prayers to Him. My personal encouragement to you today is this: You will never "find" time to pray, you must choose to "make" time to pray. The devil will try to keep you back from praying by bringing things to your mind that you may need to do but that can wait until later to be done. Don't let the devil talk you out of praying to God. Our prayer motivator quote today is from Billy Graham. He said: "The most eloquent prayer is the prayer through hands that heal and bless. The highest form of worship is the worship of unselfish Christian service. The greatest form of praise is the sound of consecrated feet seeking out the lost and helpless." Our prayer motivator devotional today is part 17 of our series titled "THE SIN OF PRAYERLESSNESS" from Dr. John R. Rice. In Bible times the Temple was literally "a house of prayer," and was intended to be that for all people. Bible Christians fasted, they prayed in sackcloth, they wept while they prayed, they often watched all night in prayer. Paul and Silas prayed at midnight in the jail at Philippi. A little group at the home of Mary prayed long hours until Peter was released from jail. Before Pentecost the apostles and Mary and the brothers of Jesus and some others "continued with one accord in prayer and supplication," until the power of the Holy Spirit came upon them as promised. Later when the apostles called for some deacons to take over the business of waiting on poor widows they promised, "But we will give ourselves continually to prayer, and to the ministry of the word" --- prayer first, preaching second! + Plus, listen to Deitrick Haddon singing "Prayer Changes Things"

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          • The Sin of Prayerlessness, Part 5 (The Prayer Motivator Devotional #474)

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            Our prayer motivator verse for today is Jeremiah 29:13 which reads: "And ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart." Allow me to share with you some important insights regarding this verse from Matthew Henry's Commentary: When the Lord pours out an especial spirit of prayer, it is a good sign that he is coming toward us in mercy. Promises are given to quicken and encourage prayer. He never said, Seek ye me in vain. My personal encouragement to you today is this: May I lovingly encourage you to pray, pray, pray: pray for yourself, pray for your neighbour, pray for those who are already saved, pray for our governmental officials; pray for souls to be saved. And if, perhaps you are not saved, pray and ask God to save your soul. God loves you more than you love yourself and He wants to save you, so that you can begin your own prayerful relationship with Him. The Bible says, “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and thou shalt be saved.” Our prayer motivator quote today is from Daniel Webster. He said: "Heaven's gates are not so highly arched as princes' palaces; they that enter there must go upon their knees." Our prayer motivator devotional today is part 5 of our series titled "THE SIN OF PRAYERLESSNESS" from Dr. John R. Rice. PROOF THAT PRAYERLESSNESS IS A SIN Need we prove it? First, prayerlessness is a sin since the Bible expressly calls it that. Samuel said to the children of Israel in 1 Samuel 12:23, "God forbid that I should sin against the Lord in ceasing to pray for you." The Holy Spirit put it in Samuel's heart to say it, and the same Holy Spirit had it recorded in the Bible for us, that to cease praying is a sin. Second, many, many, many Scriptures command Christians to pray: These Scripture passages even demand that we pray all the time, pray without ceasing. First Thessalonians 5:17 says, "Pray without ceasing." And that verse has no immediate context. There are no modifications. There is the stark, bold command that Christians ought to pray literally without ceasing. Again Jesus "spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint." Men ought always to pray and never give up! That is the command of Jesus Christ; not to obey it is sin. + Plus, listen to Deitrick Haddon singing "Prayer Changes Things"

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            • So Good Papy Messages Feat. Chuka Royalty ( Official Video)

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              "So good" Papy Messages Single and Album Out Online itunes, Amazone etc...

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              • Best of the Week [April 21-25, 2014]

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                The last full week of April brought along with it an impressive lineup of inspiring athletes, talented performers and even a fresh new redesign on Spreecast! In case you missed the live action, here's your weekly roundup of the Top 10 Events that captivated us on Spreecast: #10. Celeb Fitness Coach Valerie Orsoni on Motivation. http://sprc.st/r11er #9. Who Bret Saberhagen Most Feared Pitching Against. http://sprc.st/i1tvf #8. "It's Really Important That We Raise Boys to Ask Questions..." http://sprc.st/g1trI #7. How Social Media Has Helped the Bachelor Franchise. http://sprc.st/d1msD #6. Deitrick Haddon on Redefining Gospel Music, Christianity. http://sprc.st/e1nGm #5. Zach Woods on Meeting Craig From Craigslist, and More! http://sprc.st/r11ei #4. Jordan Burroughs on Overcoming the Fear of Failure. http://sprc.st/s11Pw #3. Speed Round of GoT Questions with Pedro Pascal! http://sprc.st/b1nAg #2. Becky G Sings "Shower" LIVE! http://sprc.st/j1tyE #1. Nik West: "The Prince That Everybody's Been Waiting For." http://sprc.st/g1trZ What were your favorite events this week?

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                • "Is Shacking in the Bible" Deitrick Haddon of Preachers of LA

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                  In today's video Bernard Boulton addresses the statement made by Deitrick Haddon about shacking not being in the Bible. Deitrick Haddon is currently one of the pastors featured on the reality show "Preachers of LA. http://www.bernardboulton.com http://www.watchmanonwalls.com

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                  • PREACHERS OF LA | Chicago Audience Reactions - 10/3/13

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                    This video highlights the reactions and exit interviews from audience members that attended the PA Tour Stop in Chicago on 10/3/13.

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                    • PREACHERS OF LA | SummerStage - NYC

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