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TPFCS – “Don’t Miss Your Opportunity!”

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Always be ready to share the Gospel with someone. Their life depends upon you doing so...and so does your accountability come Judgement Day. There are always opportunities to see God in whatever it is you're going through and in whatever it is you're doing. The key thing for Believers to remember, is that a majority of the world is NOT saved. So, there's quite a few folk out there that we
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TPFCS – “Gospel Trap Music, Aye!”

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you've heard it from more "seasoned" saints of God..."That ain't music that glorifies God! That's street music and got NO bidness in the house of God!" LoL!! With each generation of music that ushers in a "new" sound, there are always detractors that will knock it and challenge whether or not it is "of God". This argument was really a hot button when Kirk Franklin stepped on the scene with "Stomp"
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TPFCS – “Reacting To Offense and Adversity”

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Humility checks your temperament. As Believers we have to be "thick-skinned" when it comes to our faith being assaulted, or even when we as individuals come under attack both in the physical and spiritual realms. check out this podcast episode, and learn how Timika Peterson, Few Chosen & Stereo deal with being offended and adversity in their daily walk; and more importantly, what the Word of God says about how we respond to
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TPFCS – “The Importance of Forgiveness”

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Forgiveness is never hard, when you move your self (aka FLESH) out of the way. When you yield to God's Word, His Will, His Way, then you can do anything that the flesh will absolutely buck up on. TPFCS drops some SERIOUS wisdom on you and backs everything word they say, with the Word of God. Think there are some things that people do that are completely "unforgiveable"? Then you NEED
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TPFCS – “How To Stay Motivated In Your Relationship With God”

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Life. It has a way of disrupting our carefully planned out routines, and when we're not careful it can disrupt our communication with God. Our commitments to jobs, careers, family, ministry and other responsibilities can (and do) suffer, when we allow components of those elements to interrupt our prayer time, praise & worship and can put us out of fellowship with each other and less and less face-time with our God. Ultimately
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