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    God wants to be near you
    John T.L. Maasbach
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    00:18:44
    God has not left you, even if you don't feel Him. We see throughout the Bible that God is always looking for ways to come near to His creation and He never turned His back to the children of Adam and Eve, meaning us! Time and time again we see that He finds ways to meet us, speak to us and lead us.
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    How can I bear (more) fruit?
    John T.L. Maasbach
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    00:18:58
    When you start to see the Godly fruit in your life there is a joy that comes into your spirit and a feeling of fullfillment. Many times fruit comes in the most difficult of times. If you are barren, God wants to make you fruitful. If you are a fruitbearer, God wants to increase your fruit!
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    Power from above
    John T.L. Maasbach
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    00:21:40
    You have received divine favor from God to be enabled by His dunamis power today! You have access to God's wonder-working power. How? Listen to this message and be encouraged.
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    The brief and silent prayer
    John T.L. Maasbach
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    00:20:38
    The book of Nehemiah is a great encouragement during hard times, especially in ministry and serving in the church. It will help you to stay on track and give you good advice. It also teaches us about the brief and silent prayer to the God of heavens.
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    Abraham, father of us all [2/2]
    John T.L. Maasbach
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    00:21:12
    Abraham, a great man of faith! But also a man like you and me. The altar was an important element in his life. Abraham had that resurrection faith. Let's believe like Abraham did.
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    Abraham, father of us all [1/2]
    John T.L. Maasbach
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    00:19:20
    Do you want to be a blessing or do you just want the blessing? We must think of future generations. What you do will impact the next generation! We find all this in the story of Abraham. They are elements that will help you in your situation today.
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    Divine encounters
    John T.L. Maasbach
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    00:19:24
    Three little stories from the book of Acts to make this point clear: God is able to bring you in contact with someone to create a synergy, something that God has planned and ordained! These things don't just happen. You have to believe and pray for divine encounters.
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    Short & powerful
    John T.L. Maasbach
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    00:19:39
    Are you sinking in doubt? Problems? Sin? Cry out like Peter: 'Lord, save me!' This prayer was short and powerful. How can you implement this prayer in your situation today?
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    Tried faith
    John T.L. Maasbach
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    00:21:29
    Storms are the classrooms that allow our faith to grow. We don't seek out for the next giant or mountain but they appear before us unexpectedly. Genuine faith is what God will prove pure through trial and testing.
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    You are never an orphan
    John T.L. Maasbach
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    00:19:41
    This is a message especially for those that are feeling lonely. John TL paints the picture of Jesus and His disciples. Whatever the issue was, Jesus was there as an elder parent always taking care of them. Jesus wanted them to know that even though He wouldn't always be there in the flesh, in person, He would never leave them as orphans because the Spirit would be in them as a great, wonderful and equal representation of the Son and the Father.
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