Posts by The Sanctuary

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Apostolic Identity

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I recently had the privilege of attending the Prayer Conference that is put on by the Apostolics of Fairbanks. The first night, what Bro. Gonzalez, the main speaker, spoke on stirred something in my spirit. He preached that there is a certain power that comes when we walk in our apostolic identity.   How true this […]

To Live and Walk with God

by The Sanctuary

One of the things that we and others of like precious faith enjoy is the privilege of seeing the miraculous. Every service, we are given the opportunity to come in contact with the One who created us and the world we live in. Experiencing His Presence is a privilege that, unfortunately, we can come to […]

How Good Christians are like Bad Public Speakers

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I’ve always thought that good Christians are like bad public speakers. I know what you’re thinking. “Christians shouldn’t be like anything that’s bad!” Am I right? Well, don’t worry, I will explain this, but before I do, let me explain the qualifications of a good public speaker. One class that every college student has to […]

One Forgotten Tock

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I was lying in bed one night, unable to fall asleep, and with nothing to do but listen to the clock tick away the seconds that I wasn’t sleeping through. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Tick. Tock. Over and over. Then a thought came to me. What would happen if the clock “forgot” to tick, say, […]

The Importance of God’s Will

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The will of God is fascinating to me. I have realized just how vitally important it is to stay in the plan that God has made especially for my life. Jeremiah 29:11 says, “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the LORD, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give […]

The Power of Expectancy

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Recently, Pastor Parrish declared a Holy Ghost Sunday. He asked us as a congregation to pray during the week before in preparation for that service. His goal was to see people filled with the precious gift of the Holy Ghost. When Holy Ghost Sunday came, you could feel that there was something different. Not only […]

The Friction in Life

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November is a month that is synonymous with fall colors, cooler temperatures, and cozy campfires. While the trees have long ago dropped their beautiful leaves here in Alaska, there is a definitive “nip” in the air. For a lot of us who have wood stoves, fire provides a cozy atmosphere far from the frigid temperatures […]