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Where There Is Light No Darkness Can Dwell – By Laurence Torr

Where There Is Light No Darkness Can Dwell – By Laurence Torr A Wonderful Skype Fellowship and Sharing’s and Testimonies plus a wonderful sharing By Kim Hiley, and Teaching By Laurence Torr, Where There is Light No Darkness Can Dwell below is Three Audio Files  … Continue readingWhere There Is Light No Darkness Can Dwell – By Laurence Torr

Trusting and Looking to God – By Ana Isabel Ribeiro

Trusting and Seeking God – By Ana Isabel Ribeiro   A Wonderful Skype Fellowship Sharing’s and Testimonies and A wonderful and Encouraging Teaching By Ana Isabel Ribeiro From Portugal   Audio One –  Skype Fellowship Sharing’s   Audio Two – Teaching – Trusting and Seeking God – … Continue readingTrusting and Looking to God – By Ana Isabel Ribeiro

Thoughts for The Week – What God has Started, God Will Finish – By Laurence Torr

Thoughts for the Week- What God has started He will Finish. God morning to You, and remember God is with you, and for you, and has not forgotten you, what God has started in your life, he will finish, what God has promised to you, … Continue readingThoughts for The Week – What God has Started, God Will Finish – By Laurence Torr

Redemption Realized – We are Completely, Completely, Complete, – By Laurence Torr

Redemption Realized – We are completely, completely Complete When we begin to realize our redemption our salvation and deliverance, what God has done in Christ for us, we will not put up with the lies, and with those things that would bind us and suppress … Continue readingRedemption Realized – We are Completely, Completely, Complete, – By Laurence Torr

Skype Fellowship and Teaching Surviving Or Thriving? – By Kim Torr

Skype Fellowship and Teaching Surviving or Thriving – By Kim Torr We had a very wonderful Skype fellowship with  plenty of great  encouragement and a great Teaching By Kim Torr First Audio is the Skype Fellowship Second Audio  Teaching Surviving or Thriving – By Kim … Continue readingSkype Fellowship and Teaching Surviving Or Thriving? – By Kim Torr