A Heart of True Repentance
Today, on Daily Faith, we have a powerful and relevant Rhema word from the Lord to share with you. If you love your pastor, please share this. Our guest is Dr. Don Allen, who pastors Church at War Hill in Dawsonville, GA. Recently, he has been a part of the North Georgia Revival, where they have seen countless lives being saved, healed, and transformed through water baptism and the power of the Holy Spirit. Pastor Allen’s personal experience he shares during this revival has enlightened his eyes to forgiveness and repentance. Although this was a humbling experience, it allowed the Holy Spirit to unveil the hidden areas in his life where he needed to offer forgiveness that set a spark of revival in his heart. Simeon Cameron said, “You can’t be bitter and be blessed.” The blessings of the Lord don’t work that way. We want to encourage your heart not to let another minute go by without yielding to where the Holy Spirit is showing you about the areas you may be holding on to an offense. For more information about Dr. Don Allen’s ministry, Church at War Hill, please visit www.warhill.com or his ministry website www.donallen.org.
During Philip’s prayer time with the Lord, he has a strong sense that the things that are coming will make this pandemic look like a blessing. We believe that faith comes by hearing the word of God, and today, these nuggets of affirmation that are being sown into your heart will spark the boldness of God in your faith walk. We want you to know that God sees you, and He hears you. For those who seem to be stuck in a rut, you are the very reason Daily Faith is here.
Can you imagine what it would be like not to have food to eat or a warm and clean place to sleep? Some people are experiencing that worldwide, and their needs have only increased during this global pandemic. The Orphans Hands is our ministry of homes called Vatra Village in Moldova and Ukraine. It’s a place where we rescue the lost and desperate children, those forgotten or kicked out of their homes, leaving them abandoned. Upon coming to our homes, our kids have experienced the love that Jesus has for them with forgiveness and repentance. In becoming sons and daughters of Christ, they have in turn visited those who hurt them and have a heart to minister and give back. Moldova is currently under a government lockdown due to the pandemic, but that hasn’t stopped the passion in their hearts by helping others. We have a video we’d like to share with you about what your support continues to do in the lives of these children. Thank you for your generous support. For more information about The Orphans Hands Ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.