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I wanted to be able to go with him, but I couldn't. We just had one little car, which Jesse drove to the meetings. All of his albums would be piled in the backseat, his little sound system was in the front, and the trunk was loaded with everything else. I couldn't have gone with him because there was no room! We didn't know a lot about prosperity in those early days. But we've learned a lot since then, and God has brought us a long way. ) Putting God First When Jesse was on the road, my daughter Jodi and I were always faithful to go to church and put God first.

His Word, His truth, is a shield to me. But, praise God, it's also a buckler. Have you ever seen a picture of one of those shiny suits of armor standing in the corner of some castle? It almost looks like somebody is in there ready to fight, doesn't it? And even though nobody is inside, it's literally able to stand up on its own because it's so solid and sturdy. Well, imagine wearing that kind of protection in the time of battle. It would be pretty hard to be knocked down with one of those things on, wouldn't it?

When I was first born again, I went to a little church that had testimony services, and I always wanted to testify. " and I'd always raise my hand because I had so much to be thankful for. In those services, different people would stand up and testify. There were those who could just praise God and go on for ten minutes, exhorting and praising God, and the whole congregation would get excited. Then there was this other type of person who would get up and be so boring that everybody would fall asleep.

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