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Border Control

by: Matt Hagee

When it comes to solving a problem, until you identify the source, all you are doing is investing effort without receiving any real results. While border control is a very hot topic in our nation today, I think we often look at it as a political problem, as a left versus right problem, but we fail to identify it at the source. Border control is about righteousness versus unrighteousness. It is light versus darkness and the truth against a lie.

 

 

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Believe

by: Diana Hagee

It is important to believe the promises of God’s Word with our mind so that we can receive it into our heart. Once this phenomenon occurs, then we can experience the victorious life of a Believer. Why does the Lord consistently use children to illustrate heavenly principles? Could it be because they believe what they are taught with an unbridled purity and expect what they hear to come to pass? In the mind and heart of a child—there is no option. Therefore, we have a great responsibility to teach our children and grandchildren the principles of truth found in the Gospel.

 

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How Many Summers Do I Have Left?

by: Kendal Hagee

I was asking this question to myself as I watched my 14-year-old daughter walk across the stage of her middle school graduation and into her first year of high school. If you count by school years, there are only four. Four more summers to spend with all four of my babies at home. Four more summers to make sure that my Hannah is ready to leave the nest and face the world on her way to becoming who God wants her to be. Four more summers -- it hit hard to think about how fast four years could come and go. My heart rate started to climb. I got that uncomfortable lump in my throat, and I could feel the pressure of tears starting to fill up in the corners of my eyes. Four was not enough; I wanted more.

 

 

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When There Seems to be No Support or Options, There's Always Hope

by: John Hagee

You are the decision maker of your life. The decisions you and I make today will impact our future. We are all a culmination of our past decisions. The friends we chose, the activities we participated in, the school we went to, the person we married...every decision that we make plays a part in the person that we have become.

 

 

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The Decision to Pray with Power

by: John Hagee

It has been said and bears repeating "Some prayer, some power; more prayer, more power; much prayer, much power.” The question is, how much of God’s power do you really want? You determine that through your prayer life because the only way to get in touch with the power of Heaven is through Jesus Christ. He is the source of all power. God is not a respecter of persons. If He answered Abraham’s prayer, He will answer your prayer.

 

 

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History Made, and Celebrated, in San Antonio

by: Guest

In an unprecedented event, hundreds from San Antonio’s Jewish community, joined by Jewish leaders from throughout the US and Israel, celebrated and expressed appreciation for the past four decades of Pastor John and Diana Hagee’s ardent support for the state of Israel.

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How do you keep up?

by: Kendal Hagee

Well, there is a lot of detail that goes with that answer. One of the statements you hear in our home that Matt and I have adopted as a motto is, “Teamwork makes the Dreamwork.” This phrase is not original to us, but it has certainly served us as a reminder that to raise the family we want, there is no “His and hers”; “Mine and yours.” There is only “Ours.”

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Bible Prophecy Revealed

by: John Hagee

Bible prophecy clearly reveals that in the last days prior to the rapture of the church, four powerful kings will race onto the world stage with two objectives.

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If Jesus were to come today, would you be ready?

by: John Hagee

Well, there is a lot of detail that goes with that answer. One of the statements you hear in our home that Matt and I have adopted as a motto is, “Teamwork makes the Dreamwork.” This phrase is not original to us, but it has certainly served us as a reminder that to raise the family we want, there is no “His and hers”; “Mine and yours.” There is only “Ours.”

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