Triumphant Word Christian Center encourages Christians to Read, Feed, and Act on the Word of God Daily.
Just like with all God’s creations, Christian’s need to Feed on the Word to strength themselves and their faith. 

Devotionals

 

Say It Like You Mean It!

“…for He [God] Himself has said, I will not in any way fail you nor give you up nor leave you

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Keys to Preparation for Excellence

  1. Pursue the change that will prepare you for the future.
  2. Choose to dismantle your life in times with you can withstand the growing pains of change.
  3. Embrace the short-term denial in order to create long-term benefits. Realize tomorrows excellence.

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What is the Price of a Soul?

“For what profit is it to a man if he gains the whole world, and loses his own soul? Or what will a man give in exchange for his soul?” Matthew

16:26, KJV

What price is a soul worth? These days, people spend so much of their time, energy, mind, strength and life seeking material things. Seeking to outdo their neighbors. Seeking to impress people they don’t even care about. Seeking to gain the world. For what purpose? And at what cost?


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Faith Through Storms

With many still reeling from Hurricane Harvey’s effects and with Irma’s overall effects yet unknown, thought it good to share a couple of thoughts about storms from a biblical perspective to encourage your hearts, help you unlearn fears and under-gird your faith during these times.


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Building up the Body

Hello TWCC Friends and Family,
 
Take a moment to think and ponder the below Scripture verses…
 

“Finally they said, “Who are you? Give us an answer to take back to those who sent us. What do you say about yourself?” John replied in the words of Isaiah the prophet, “I am the voice of one calling in the desert, ‘Make straight the way for the Lord.'”John 1:22-23, NIV


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Monthly Focus

The month of November, we reflect of a word from our Pastor Ed.
 

This Makes You Attractive!

Hello TWCC Friends and Family,
 
Have you ever thought about and pondered what makes a person really spiritually attractive and colorful? Well, consider a concept of this verse below…
 

“But a generous man devises generous things, and by generosity he shall stand.” Isaiah 32:8, NKJV

Generosity is SUCH an attractive quality in a person. Generous people give, lend, support, help — and don’t expect anything in return. They hold on to the things of this world loosely because they know it’s just “stuff.” They care more about people than things. Isn’t it so refreshing and uplifting to be around people like this?

Let me share one practical life lesson I learned and experienced at an early age about how to be a generous person: If someone lets you borrow something, you always return it in better condition than when it was when they gave it to you. For example, when someone lets you borrow their car — even if it’s just for a 10 mile drive — before you return it, you take it through the car wash and fill up the gas tank — and not just to replenish the gas you used, but you fill that bad boy to the full, until the gas pump clicks, then you squeeze just a little extra in.

It’s worth noting that it’s about so much more than just a “random act” of generosity here and there…truly impactful generosity is where it becomes your lifestyle — it’s just how you are, it’s just what you do! Those with a generous lifestyle — also called a generous spirit — go above and beyond the call, give more than what is expected and are always open-handed because they know that everything they have belongs to God anyway. They also proactively seek out ways to be generous to others! And I’m not just talking about money here, people — generosity is also in giving of your time, attention, compliments, cupcakes, clothes, phone calls and more.

 

Want to be the attractive person that everyone enjoys being around? The Lord can really use and flow through a generous person who desires to be a genuine blessing and benefit to many different people without reservation or hesitation. Friends, with God’s help, make generosity a way of life and you will be — and in turn, you’ll be so blessed to be a blessing!!!

 

 

Say This: “Father, thank You so much for everything You’ve given me in this life — I ask You to help me be a good steward of my time, finances, attention and more. Help me to make generosity a way of life, so that I’m blessed to be a blessing. Show me ways I can help and give to others in an above-and-beyond way that brings glory and praise to You! In Jesus’ Name. Amen.”
 

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