Devotional | Hold to His Promise - Carter Conlon (March-20-2020)

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Friday, 20 March 2020 02:00

Carter Conlon (March-20-2020) Devotional: Hold to His Promise.

The promise of Christ is that you and I are sealed in the hand of God, His father, and Jesus himself said, “Nobody can take you out of my father's hand.”

You're safe, my brother and my sister. You're safe in the hand of God. Even if this world shakes as the Psalm said, if the seas begin to roar, if societies begin to collapse and crumble, there is a strength in God that cannot be taken away from you…

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Devotional | Hold to His Promise - Carter Conlon (March-20-2020)
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  • Comment Link Muriel Greaves Saturday, 25 July 2020 18:39 posted by Muriel Greaves

    I left my church which I was attending for many years because from what I noticed the church gradually became an organization and the pastor said with his own mouth that he was going to run it like a CEO. Well it was not long after that he became ill and died suddenly. His son took over and there was no change. My daughter who is a born again christian found Carter Conlon online and started listening to him. She sent me a link with one of his sermons and when I listened to that sermon, I could relate to much of his teachings. I can tell that he is a man that loves the Lord and so do I. I listen to his sermons almost everyday and to the teachings on Sundays and Tuesday. Thank God for His servant.

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Carter Conlon

Carter Conlon (born 1953) is a Canadian-born American pastor and author. He is best known as senior pastor of Times Square Church in New York City. Conlon was born and raised in Noranda, Quebec. He graduated from Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario where he received a bachelor's degree in law and sociology. In 1987, he left his 12-year career as a police officer to enter full-time ministry. He founded a church, a Christian school, and a foo ...