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Monday Morning Pew: KKN's Spiritual Warfare and DTBM's Series Finale

Blessed Monday Morning to all with a big springtime embrace! With another full weekend engrafted into our memory banks, this is the grand opportunity to share the account of our weekly deposits from our fourth Saturday Monthly broadcast of Kingdom Kid's Network (KKN), our weekly flagship broadcast of Dying To Be Married (DTBM). 

 On Saturday, KKN featured Clinton and Imani tag-teaming on the subject "World Wide Warfare: Recognizing Spiritual Attacks". As much as these junior ambassadors brought their youthful springtime energy, they took on this heavy subject with the seriousness of senior ambassadors. Their pensive approach stemmed form their observations of global current events that have been in the news which included the intimidating spectre of ISIS in the Middle East, whose creeping shadow has been felt here in the U.S., to the horrific news of the suspicious circumstances surrounding the Germanwings plane crash, where over 150 souls were lost. Moreover, the sobering effect of these observations bore a familiar and sinister thread of darkness of situations that they'd found themselves dealing with in their own lives: spiritual warfare. These young minds  estutely observed that the same evil spirits which compels ISIS to bully it's way across the Middle Eastern region along with the alleged selfish-devil-may-care-suicidal spirit  which took the innocent lives of that fateful aircraft in the French Alps, bear the same ear marks of the bullying, self centeredness that they experience among their peers in school. Listen to the full broadcast on demand at KKN: WWW. : "World Wide War: Recognizing Spiritual Attacks".

On Sunday evening, the DTBM flagship raised the sails and navigated through to the "Growing in Grace" series finale. This cyber service focused on the fruit that can occur in our relationships. With the manifold message that fruit purports, ranging from the culmination of seed to a goal successfully achieved, we observed the power of how our words, which were identified in previous episodes as seed, can come to fruition resulting in either ripeness or rotteness and ultimately, life or death (Proverbs 18:21). Furthermore, the great truth of humankinds original edict could not be ignored either. When GOD originally directed man to be fruitful and multiply in the first chapter of Genesis in the 22nd and the 28th verses, He mainly meant this pertaining to population. This passage indicates the priority GOD placed on man's offspring. Thereby, the ultimate fruition of our relationships in marriage, the children, had to also be addressed. Using Psalms 127:3 as a continued support of this truth, the connection of what we impart, better yet, implant in our children via the seeds of our mouth will result in adults who yield ripeness or rotteness. Proverbs 22:6 which states,  "Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it."  is an appropriate passage which rings true to this day. You can hear this cyber service on demand at  DTBM: Growing in Grace series pt. 4 "Fruition Condition"

As we share glimpse of how we were blessed by GOD's divine spiritual smorgasbord, we implore you to do the sam by sharing what's in your pew!

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Sondra L on Tuesday, March 31, 2015 6:51 AM
This has truly been a weekend rich with opportunities to lift up Jesus in the midst of obstacles. The KKN broadcast on "WWW.World Wide War: Recognizing Spiritual Attacks" isn't just dealing with the idea that the warfare we are in is not just a physical one, but originates in the spirit realm. There are those who are under the influence of the evil one and don't even know it. Prayer and getting into our word is more important than ever to overcome the "wiles" and attacks of the enemy. The Jr. Ambassadors brought this out as they provided scriptures to help arm ourselves for the attacks before us: Ephesians 6:10-11, 2 Corinthians 10:4-5, John 16:33 and others. On DTBM, recognizing by first taking inventory of what we have produced in our relationships is the key to recovery or enrichment in a marriage. If we want to know what kind of seed we've sown, we must take a look at the fruit. Jesus said in Matthew 12:33 Amp "Either make the tree sound (healthy and good), and its fruit sound (healthy and good), or make the tree rotten (diseased and bad), and its fruit rotten (diseased and bad); for the tree is known and recognized and judged by its fruit." And as Prov. 18:21 lets us know "Death and life are in the power of the tongue, and they who indulge in it shall eat the fruit of it [for death or life]." We've got to be intentional when speaking over our families, our marriages, our lives or basically our "Sphere of influence". God created us in His image to "Be fruitful, multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it [using all its vast resources in the service of God and man]; and have dominion over the fish of the sea, the birds of the air, and over every living creature that moves upon the earth." Gen 1:28b Amp. and He accomplished his work by his words. Once we really get the revelation of this and begin to do as James says in 1:22 become "doers" of the word and not hearers only, we will begin to reap the harvest of good fruit in our lives and thereby, bring Glory to God.
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