Monday, July 13, 2020

Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path Psalm 119:105 NKJV.

Seven Things Bible Study Does for Us:
Helps us determine our motives for what we do and discover who we really are (Hebrews 4:12).

  Guides us in determining the direction of our lives (Psalm 119:9
, 11).

   Defers us from sinning and saves us from the pain sin causes (Exodus 12: Deut 8:3).

     Imparts the counsel we need to live fulfilling lives James 1:22).

        Changes us and enables us to be what God wants us to be (Ephesians 6:17).

         Develops us as persons so that we make a difference in the lives of others (Psalm 1:1-30.
7      Encourages our obedience to God resulting in a strange faith (John 15:7).

This has truly blessed me and I found it with my Bible study notes. We all can fast, pray and study the Word of God for ourselves. Praise God for His Word. It’s my prayer that this will bless you as well ,as it has blessed me.
Evangelist Dr. Annie R. Eskridge

Friday, May 1, 2020

God's Unstoppable Power

We live in a world where we are faced with many ungodly activities. God's perfection in the beginning was destroyed. God's pursue is unstoppable.  Being unstoppable didn't mean we wouldn't have challenges.  The power of the Holy Spirit fulfills God's plan for the church. Just to name a few apostles in the Bible that was unstoppable.

The word reminds one of the early days of the church.  The apostles were faced with conflicts to stop the progress, but the adversary actions fueled them to spread the gospel.  The Bible is sufficient for successful living. Jesus has promised us that He would show up if we would seek Him. As Saints of God, we too must be unstoppable as we minister to those who ae hungry for the gospel.

Peter and John was sent to jail for sharing the gospel.  They were determine not to be unstoppable as they were called to be an apostle. They were willing to take a stand for Jesus Christ.  We must have that same determination, that we will have an unstoppable attitude toward the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
Evangelist Dr. Annie R. Eskridge

Friday, January 3, 2020

God's Unstoppable Plan

God’s story is very powerful. God spoke, and light and life exploded into a great creation. God prepared a perfect place for man and woman to live in the beginning. He provided every good thing that was needed for one another. But doubt was entered in, they did not trust God. Goodness turned into disbelief in His Word and disobedience to God’s command. Sin and death shattered God’s perfect world. This led to all human being born spiritually dead.

God had a perfect plan for His people before this took place. Nothing can stop God’s plan this is why it is called God’s unstoppable plan. God condemned the serpent that tempted the people to sin. God promised that a Savior would defeat His enemy and ours. Jesus dying on the Cross triumphed over Satan.

From this came renewal to all who believed in the Word of God. But sin had spreaded everywhere. Nothing could destroy or loosen sin’s grip on the human heart, not even a flood. Families grew, nations were formed, but the knowledge of the true and living God almost vanish.

God chose one man, Abram, without hesitation he left behind the comforts and idols of his home to follow God. Most of all God promised to bless the world. God was pointing to Jesus, His gift to the world. We must accept Jesus as the true and living God.

In the end the power of God was unstoppable and it had to be fulfilled. Be bless and Happy New Year.  Always remember Jesus in everything you say and do. Evangelist Dr. Annie R. Eskridge, DMin

Thursday, October 31, 2019

Changes 2015

As we enter 2015 we should purpose in our heart to prepare for change. In 2014 we have experienced multiple turn around and today the gas prices are dropping. As one writer wrote..."Jesus, knew he was going away, told Peter that Satan specifically asked for him," to sift him as wheat. Before the test, Jesus told Peter, "but I have prayed for you, Simon, that your  faith would not fail."(Luke 22:31, 32 NIV). Jesus prayed so that Peter would be Prepared for Change!. The point is are you prepared for change? Although through the Bible we can see changes even in todays political arena we can see changes.

As Christians, we too must prepare for changes in our lives. Jesus has assured us, that we would have tribulation; but be of good cheer, we will overcome the world. Regardless of what changes we are faced with, Jesus assures us that in  this world in Him, we would have peace( Read John 16:33 and Heb 13:4-6).

Although our faith is shaken, we must stay focus on the Word of God with all changes. Many changes have taken place in my life , but I'm still holding on to my faith and I will not let it go. I know who I am in Christ Jesus and I pray that you know who you are in Christ Jesus. Just one thought for today. As Holy Ghost filled Saints of God are you ready for a change? It's so important for us to stay focus on Jesus Christ and the Word of God. Being totally sold out will send the devil running every time. May you and your family have a bless New Year , then walk in the calling that God has placed upon you.

Stay tune CWC Anthology be released in May 2015. Yours truly has an article included in this collections that will bless you.

Importance of Prayer

It is so important for all Believers in Jesus Christ to pray. There is no one that would have given his son for us. We need to thank Him every chance that we have for dying on the Cross for us

We have been redeemed, set free and delivered by the blood of the Lamb. This is why we must always pray without ceasing. “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth” (John 1:14 KJV). The Old Testament tabernacle was where God dwelt among the Jews in the wilderness. God is dwelling in the person of Jesus Christ.

We need to stay on the wall praying, if we have been called to that ministry. The more we pray, the more we become more sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit. Praying helps us to stay in tune with the Holy Spirit. When we pray the Holy Spirit builds us up as we spend time praying and thanking God for all that He has done and continue to do for us.

If you are not connected to a good prayer group, then start one and keep the prayers going up every day. Thank Him for your salvation, for today, for your friends, for power over the enemy, for your church. Just thank Him for all things and give God all of the praises. We can never thank Him enough. Evangelist Dr. Annie R. Eskridge, DMin you have a prayer request, please email it to me. God Bless

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Regeneration produces spiritual life

            Every person has a living body, soul and at regeneration is given a new nature. Paul reminded the Ephesians, “And you He made alive, who were dead in trespasses and sins” (Eph 2:1). Jesus said, “I have come that they may have life, and... have it more abundantly” (John 10:10).

            People need spiritual rebirth because they are spiritually dead. Adam was created a living soul (Gen. 2:7). He was alive both physically and spiritually. God warned against eating the forbidden fruit and said, “In the day that you eat of it you shall surely die” (Gen 2:17). Although Adam ate the fruit and lived physically 930 years (Gen 5:5), he died spiritually the day he ate the fruit. As a result, everyone is born into the world spiritually dead (Eph 2:1). But when people receive Jesus Christ they receive spiritual life; this is eternal life (John 5:24).

            In regeneration, believers not only receive the presence of Christ, but of the entire Trinity. Christ promised that the Father would also indwell believers (John 14:23). THE Holy Spirit indwells Christians as well and His presence is the guarantee of new life (Roman.8:11). Hence, when people are regenerated, they receive the life of God because they are indwelt with the presence of God. The very life of God lives in the soul of believers.

            When Jesus told His disciples, “I am the vine, you are the branches” (John 15:5), He was illustrating the unique relationship into which every believer enters at the moment of conversion. The believers becomes one with Christ. Paul often wrote of being “in Christ” and “Christ in you.” This paragraph taken from “Your Ministry of Evangelism…..a Guide for Church Volunteers by Elmer L. Town, TH. M, D.D. 

This article was taken from Elmer Town's book and each church volunteer should have a copy. Thanks for taking the time to read id. Evangelist Dr. Annie Eskridge, DMin areskridge6840@ATT.NET

Friday, December 7, 2018

Maintain a vibrant relationship with Jesus Christ Part 2

The second part focus on Fasting as taken from Isaiah 58:5,6.
1. Preparation 1 John 1:9
2. Fasting is a spiritual tool for strengthening and transforming grace in our lives.
3. Abstinence or reduction from some or all food, drink, for a period of time.
4. An absolute fast, Acts 9:9, Ezra 10:6 which means nothing.
5. Water fast (Luke 4:1,2).
In order to have a successfully time of consecration there must be preparation. Set objectives, make commitment, how long, the type of fast God wants, what physcial or social activities tyou will be restricted to. Prepare yourslef spiritually, physically, confess sins, seek forgiveness  and make resitution. Prayer and fasting enable us to humble ourselves before God, so that we will become more sensitive to the leading of the Holy Spirit.

Reading the Word of God- 2 Timothy 2:15 tells us to "study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needed not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." This should be the first thing that we should know. we cannot pray and fast if we have no knowledge of what the Word of God say. We must read the Bible aloud daily, so that our inner man can be feed. then, meditate on the Word of God. Remember the Lord cannot bring anything back to your remembrance if you have not put  anything in. Evangelist Mother Eskridge, DMin

put anything in.