Pathway to Victory Daily Devotion

Life-Changing Encounters in Philippi

September 23, 2020

While he was in Philippi, Paul had an encounter with a demon-possessed girl. Acts 16:16-17 says, “As we were going to the place of prayer, a slave-girl having a spirit of divination met us, who was bringing her masters much profit by fortune-telling.

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Paul’s Encounter with Lydia

September 22, 2020

What was Paul’s relationship to the church at Philippi? In obedience to his purpose to spread the gospel, Paul made three missionary journeys. It was on his second missionary journey that he went to Philippi.

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Living above Your Circumstances

September 21, 2020

What would it take in your life to cause you to give up on God? The death of a child? Termination from a job? The infidelity of your mate? A bad report from your doctor?

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The Promise of 2 Samuel 12:21-23

September 18, 2020

I believe children who die before they accept Christ as Savior are in heaven because of the promise of 2 Samuel 12:21-23. You remember the sordid story of King David and his tryst with Bathsheba.

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Salvation Is Based on God’s Grace, Not on Our Faith

September 17, 2020

Why am I convinced that children who die before they accept Christ as Savior are in heaven? Because salvation is based on God’s grace, not on our faith. You may say, “The Bible says only those who trust in Christ are saved.

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Children Have Not Rejected God’s Revelation

September 16, 2020

In the Bible, unbelief is more than simply failing to believe God’s promises. Unbelief is the deliberate decision to reject God’s revelation.

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God Views the Inherited Sin of Children Differently Than the Willful Sin of Adults

September 15, 2020

What happens to children who die before trusting in Christ? The Bible reveals that God not only has a special love for children, but God views the inherited sin of children differently than He views the willful sin of adults.

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Are Children Who Die in Heaven?

September 14, 2020

One of the most painful assignments any pastor has is trying to console parents who have lost a child. If the parents are Christians, they want to know, “Will I see my child again in heaven?”

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