The open palm of the hand is generally understood as an indication of trust and surrender. It shows peaceful acceptance and acquiescence. In the Christian world, a raised, open palm is also a sign of adoration and praise to God. Its … Read more
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Worldwide MinistryThursday, August 18, 2022 – In Toronto, Ontario — City Lights — Pray the hip-hop community will hunger for God's love and truth, and observe them in Christians. Pray for hip-hop Christians to have grace, opportunities, and wisdom in sharing God with others. As well, pray for more people to join in this ministry (whether they are hip-hop or not) so that they can be encouraged and equipped for ministry.
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Today's VersePhilippians 1:21 – To me, to live is Christ and to die is gain. (NIV)
Today's Daily MannaIsaiah 51:16a – And I have put my words in your mouth and covered you in the shadow of my hand. (ESV)
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