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

2/8/19 A WORLD IN DARKNESS NEEDS THE LIGHT OF THE GOSPEL

by Barry Lovett
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“He has delivered us from the power of darkness and conveyed us into the kingdom of the Son of His love.” Colossians 1:13. Those of us who have been rescued from the domain of darkness can bring a little light from heaven to earth when we are willing to demonstrate the love of God.  Even in […]

2/7/19 WHEN WE TRUST THE POWER OF GOD, WE WILL EXPERIENCE THE PEACE OF GOD

by Barry Lovett
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“Be my rock of refuge, a fortress of defense to save me.” Psalm 31:2. When we face opposition and persecution because we are doing what’s right, remember God is our “rock of refuge, a fortress of defense”. He is our reliable source of strength and protection.  When we trust the power of God, we will experience […]

2/6/19 EVERYONE IS VALUABLE TO GOD

by Barry Lovett
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“Mephibosheth…shall eat at my table like one of the king’s sons.” II Samuel 9:11. David was pleased to show kindness to Jonathan’s son. Some may have disregarded Mephibosheth because he was lame, or because he was from Saul’s household, but David’s action showed that he valued him greatly.  In God’s eyes, every person is important.  […]