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Win A Sanctus Real “Promises” Calendar!

December 30th, 2012 10 comments

This week’s Feedback Giveback prize is a Sanctus Real 2012 “Promises” Calendar!  It features a Bible verse with a promise and photo of the band each month to encourage you to hold on to God’s promises throughout the new year!  Just comment on our blogs and you’ll automatically be entered to win this prize!


November 10th, 2012 1 comment
We love playing Sanctus Real‘s new song “Promises” on the radio and are looking forward to the release of their new album “Run” in February of 2013.  In the mean time, you can purchase the first single on iTunes (click here)!
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This week, we’re doing a special contest that could win you a Sanctus Real CD library of all 5 of their full-length studio CDs that are available so far, including:
-“Say It Loud”
-“Fight The Tide”
-“The Face Of Love”
-“We Need Each Other”
-“Pieces Of A Real Heart”
There will be a daily winner, Monday – Friday, November 12-16, 2012.  Each winner will receive a Sanctus Real CD library!  5 winners in all!!!
1.  eMail with “Promises” in the subject line
2.  Include your Name, Age, Mailing Address and Phone Number
3.  Tell us which of God’s promises you’re currently holding onto [one paragraph maximum].
RULES, etc:
*Entries must be received by 5:00 PM (Eastern) on Thursday, November 15, 2012.
*Only one entry per person will be accepted.
*Only one winner per household will be allowed.
*Winners will be chosen at random from all eligible entries.
*Winners will be contacted by phone or email; prizes will be mailed.
*Comments on this blog DO NOT COUNT as entries into this contest!
*See WJTL’s general rules policy here.


October 23rd, 2012 No comments

JOHN SHIRK – From Second Corinthians 1:20.

“For no matter how many promises God has made, they are “Yes” in Christ. And so, through him the “Amen” is spoken by us to the glory of God.”

Jesus is the fulfillment of God’s promises. In Christ we see the completeness of God’s faithfulness to do what He says He would do. In sending Jesus to the world, He was providing for our greatest needs-forgiveness of our sins and restoration to God.

The fulfillment of God’s promises builds the faith of the believer so that we proclaim His praises. As Jesus is lifted up, He said He would draw all men to Himself. That means, through the cross, Jesus is extending His invitation for us to come to Him for forgiveness and restoration. No one who receives Jesus as Savior and Lord is denied His grace. The fact that God is true to His Word means that we can trust His promises, including the gift of eternal life to all who put their faith in Jesus.

Trusting God’s Promises is a vital sign of a changed life in the Year of Transformation.

John Shirk

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