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Praise in Everyday Life

by William F Taylor

Doing God’s will in our everyday lives is a key to making our lives a symphony of praise to Him.  God’s will for our everyday lives is expressed very clearly in Ephesians chapters four through six.  Here God’s plan for our lives is revealed in three critical everyday-life areas; (1) my individual, personal life; Ephesians 4:1 – 5:21 (2) my life with my family; Ephesians 5:22 – 6:4 and (3) my life at work, Ephesians 6:5 – 9.

Becoming a Witness

by Nancy Taylor Warner

A quote from my dad, Wade Taylor, who is now with the Lord:

“We are called to attain to the quality of the life of Jesus. In ‘that day’ when we stand before Him at the Judgment Seat of Christ, our life will be ‘measured’ against His life. We will not be graded ‘quantitatively’ by all that we

Our Calling

by Nancy Taylor Warner 

My voice shalt thou hear in the morning, O Lord; in the morning will I direct my prayer unto thee, and will look up.” Psalm 5:3

As I have been looking at the book of Revelation, I am reminded that the purpose of John’s writing is to bring us into a deeper revelation of the Lord Jesus Christ and an understanding of the certain, beautiful and victorious conclusion of God’s plan of redemption.

A Present Purpose

by Nancy Taylor Warner

There are many mixed voices today, sending different messages and giving different advice. This we can be sure of: Today is the day of preparation. Today is the day I have, to make right choices. Today is the day the Holy Spirit desires to do a deeper work in me, that Christ might be seen and glorified in my life.

A Hearing Ear

by Nancy Taylor Warner

In Genesis 3:9, the Lord called out to man in redemption, “Adam, where are you?” The Lord sought a confession from Adam as the first step toward his redemption, because confession releases blessing. The Lord sought no confession from the serpent, but pronounced judgment upon him.


by Nancy Taylor Warner

Because of God’s promise to him, King David prayed that his son, Solomon, would have a perfect heart, that he might build a house for the Lord. David imparted vision to his son, speaking prophetically as he spoke into Solomon’s life, causing him to understand what the Lord desired and the call that rested upon his life, to have a role in that which the Lord desired to do.

Inner Transformation

by Nancy Taylor Warner 

Years ago, my dad had an aloe plant in his office. One day he broke off a piece to rub some of the gel on his finger, and then discarded it. He told it like this: The aloe plant called out from the trash can and said “Is this the way you treat me after I gave my life so you could have healing? You use me, and then throw me in the trash

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