A Thought for the Day

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ATFTD is a 30-60 second devotional phone message sent by Pastor Barry every Monday – Friday. The written version is posted below. Join the 90+ people in seven different states who get the audio version sent to their phone at no cost! A new inspirational, devotional message is sent each week day at approximately 8:00 a.m. (Hawaii Pacific Time). Email us your name & phone #, or call (808) 521-4708 to sign-up. ATFTD Testimonials:
– “…Thought for the Day messages have been so much appreciated. They have been so encouraging and have helped me through some challenging times…” – Kay, Honolulu
– “Thank you for the daily devotionals… You say a lot in a short time. Thanks for your excellent words and creativity, I enjoy and appreciate them.” – Carolyn, California
– “I love hearing your Thought for the Day every morning.” – Ramona, Colorado

9/21/18 FORGET YOURSELF FOR OTHERS, AND OTHERS WILL NEVER FORGET YOU

by Barry Lovett
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  “Dorcas…was always doing good and helping the poor.” Acts 9:36. Dorcas was a woman of rare virtue and her untimely death greatly saddened the hearts of those to whom she had faithfully served. The Scriptures say that when the apostle Peter arrived on the scene, many widows “stood by him weeping, and showing the […]

9/18/18 COME AS YOU ARE

by Barry Lovett
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“For by grace are you saved through faith.” Ephesians 2:8. “…now is the day of salvation.” II Corinthians 6:2. In today’s Scripture there are two important lessons…Works cannot save you and there’s danger in delay. Early one morning a fire broke out in a house. Flames were leaping high into the air. Suddenly a young […]

9/17/18 IF GOD IS FOR YOU, IT DOESN’T MATTER WHO IS AGAINST YOU

by Barry Lovett
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“…there came a great wind…and smote the four corners of the house, and…the young men, …they are dead. Job 1:19. Long ago, Job learned that no matter how bad his situation looked, God had not abandoned him.  One day he had everything; the next it seemed he had nothing.  But through it all he trusted […]