The Amazing Faith of T.D. Jakes and God’s Call for Trying Harder


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The Amazing Faith of T.D. Jakes
and God’s Call for Trying Harder
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The Daily Walk with Miracles, updated March 27, 2017, by Paul Evans (by the Grace of God). Join Paul Evans on Facebook or send me an email. If ever you need a Christian friend, I am here for you. Today’s post is an adaptation and expansion on material from my Facebook page. Included video is Alabama’s “Angels Among Us.”

In 1882, Robert Louis Stevenson said, “To be what we are, and to become what we are capable of becoming, is the only end of life.

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God has taken my first loved ones (my nuclear family), as well as a few women whom I loved, and I thought loved me… and yes it hurts, and I struggle daily with the spirit of failure. Even worse, I have strongly had the idea that “the way things are is the best it’s gonna get.” I refuse to just give in to mediocrity or my own sort of “status quo.” … But 2014 was a rehearsal and 2015 was practice… Thanks be to God and are due to Paul Yuhanick and Dan Hershberger, my friends, so that now, as 2017 unfolds, GAME’s ON! My purpose in life and the overall role of The Daily Walk with Miracles is to HELP people, and in that way serve God, and I will keep trying harder to help more people.

There are a thousand times in recent years when a kind word or conversation, a little offered help, from people who basically believed I was evil or unworthy, yet were kind anyway, and helped me anyway, made all the difference in my life. A simple kindness, freely given and at the right time, sometimes may change a person’s life: be human, be kind. Undoubtedly, without this kindness I would definitely be homeless and probably dead today, and I would have had no chance at all in life. I just want to ask you fellow Christians; exactly whom did Jesus not say was unrighteous and a sinner? I know I’m a sinner and unworthy before God, that is what Jesus and the Bible teach me. But I DO try to live as he taught, do YOU? Really? Or do you follow some doctrine or pastor’s teachings. These are things from men, and unreliable. And I’ve paid my dues, too. Five years with Evans Politics and now three more exclusively with The Daily Walk with Miracles, writing new material or re-writing older content, with the sole purposes of trying to put out a better message, write better, and come to finally, actually help some people. I’ve known relative affluence and I also have known, more than once, what it is to be homeless. A recent email from Liberty University was in this regard helpful, see Discipleship Takes Time, Bible Study Tools, sponsored by Liberty University, by Phillip Nation. Really, I have found it takes the experience of a lifetime.

It may be enjoyable for you to visit my page of Best Quotable Quotes, last updated September 25, 2016, where most of these quotes are my own. Here is a quote from that on my own brand of Christian faith. I can be obstinate, but here is my own, personal “code of Christianity” (slightly revised):

Paul Evans: “I consider myself a Christian man, spiritualist, charismatic, unorthodox. I don’t like doctrine at all, just as Jesus disliked the teachings of the Pharisees. I simply feel, if we truly want to consider ourselves Christian, all we need to do is believe in Jesus, love God, love our neighbor as ourselves (I mean actually), and don’t hurt and judge people, no matter what it costs. Sorry all you doctrine people, I’m sure in my own mind it’s as simple as that. But I find that few people actually do this. It’s not rocket science and you don’t need to have the Bible memorized, just a very strong familiarity with the Gospels, and always you need the Grace of God in your life. Always remember that salvation is a free gift, but it puts you in a covenental relationship with God, and this can cost you, even up to your life. This is MY code for living, as Jesus has led me to believe.”

Need help with your faith? The simple fact that the ocean is a 70 percent saline solution is PROOF that God is real. These days I try harder to DO GOD’S will (not man’s) and finally am trying to make time to read God’s word, as we all must, for understanding, and for a better life. God’s NOT THROUGH WITH ME YET! This is the fact: The sun rises every day into the midst of a blue sky, and WHY is the sky blue scientists? Ask a friendly scientist the reason the sky is blue and he will say it is because of ammonia there from decayed plant and animal life down below, but question him further, and if he is honest he will admit that ammonia is unstable in the presence of oxygen and so should not be in the atmosphere in any appreciable quantity, at all. Gott im Himmelblau! Amen.

Even more than this, about a half year ago I actually DIED, stopped breathing and died, yet God brought me back maybe an hour later on a different floor of the hospital I was in. This is documented, yet, according to science, my brain must be mush. Explain THAT scientists?

I very much enjoyed John Piper’s Daily Devotional for the day of original publication of this article, October 1, 2016, at Bible Gateway, and invite you all to stop by that page and enjoy wonderful teaching from God’s Word.

It is always very appropriate to praise God, thank Him and be grateful to Him, sing for Him or play good Christian music, and thank him especially for your life. A lot of people’s lives are in some or major ways difficult, but it’s ALL a gift and a learning experience. As the Episcopals say, “Life, is a gift for which we are grateful.” That’s true in any immanent understanding of God or an eminent understanding of God “out there in the universe,” too. At whatever “level of divinity” you wish to consider God, still, He loves you very much, and life is really a gift from Him. On several levels. Believe me, I know this especially.

Breaking The Spirit Of Failure Audio Book, Motivational Speaker Pastor TD Jakes a motivational speaker like no other — https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R2l-SSUVgd0. God has ordained me and sanctified me before he formed me in my mother’s womb. God’s own DESTINY is inside me, and He will no longer let sinners’ so-called judgments touch me any longer. We are ALL sinners before God. God has a purpose for my life!!

Also especially recommended is Bishop T.D. Jakes amazing Words of Wisdom – The Secrets to True Lasting SUCCESS!!. Working on The Daily Walk with Miracles is how I spend my time in creating God’s message to His children, thanks be to the glory of God (which allows me to help others), and I thank God for the opportunity to help you. Anyone who is lonely and needs someone to talk to, please email me at paul.miracles57@gmail.com and we will chat and talk.

See our Useful Resources and Links, The Daily Walk with Miracles, July 10, 2016, by Paul Evans.

The Daily Bible verse at The Official King James Bible Online for October 1, 2016, was John 13: 34 — “A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another.” My local Overton Community Church has a weekly text to study and this week it is Psalms 130, particularly verses 1-4. I have always found their weekly verses to be very helpful.

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