A Message From The Stars- Bishop Charles E. Blake

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Bishop Charles E. Blake goes in full detail on the density of the universe. Visit shop.westa.tv to download the service in it’s entirety.

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The Story Of A Wasted Life- Bishop Charles E. Blake

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Don’t Waste Your Life!!! Visit shop.westa.tv today to get your digital copy

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Slightly Healed

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Now a certain man was there who had an infirmity thirty-eight years. When Jesus saw him lying there, and knew that he already had been in that condition a long time, He said to him, “Do you want to be made well?” John 5:5-6 (NKJV)

“Seems strange that Jesus would ask a man who was sick if he wanted to be made well,” says Bishop Charles E. Blake, “there seems to be people who choose to be sick than healthy. They don’t want to be held accountable as a productive person. It is a choice.” Listen to this snippet of “Slightly Healed” as Bishop unlocks some truths about humanity.

How to be a Person After God’s Own Heart

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When we are diligently seeking God, we open ourselves up to His blessings and his favor. In this sermon, Bishop Charles E. Blake gives us the example of Saul, a person who never changed even though there were elements of evil in his character that he was aware of. Bishop Blake tells us that when we change our attitudes and depart from the things that separate us from God, we can change our destiny and fully receive His blessings. We must strive to be more like God and truly become a person after God’s own heart; those that do are prosperous and, as Bishop Blake says, get moved to the front of the line.

We all have times where being a person after God’s own heart is difficult. What are some things you try to remember in those times? Share with us below!

CSU Summer Algebra Institute

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We invite students to enroll in the Summer Algebra Institute. Classes will be July 9th-16th August Monday-Thursday. 9AM-12:15pm. We invite students to participate in the program and experience the following:

  • Build skills and confidence in algebraic thinking and number reasoning.
  • Discover the importance of mathematics and the connection to career choices.
  • Learn games, use math manipulative, computers and calculators to solve problems.
  • Develop a positive attitude for mathematics.


All learners will:

  • Use variables and inequalities
  • Analyze real world data using histograms
  • Simplify an expression using order of operations
  • Find the absolute value of a number
  • Add, subtract, multiply and divide integers
  • Solve problems involving negative numbers
  • Write variable expressions
  • Apply variable expression in problem solving
Click here for the 2012 Summer Registration Package

For details call (323) 733-8300 Ext. 2628. $150 for registration. Reserve your spot for only $50 today.

MythBusters: Did Jesus Die on the Cross?

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You asked and we have answered.  Question: Did Jesus Die on the Cross?  Christian Education Director, Elder Owens tackles this subject for you.  Sit back, relax, and take notes as Elder Owens not only answers if Jesus died on the cross but also what does it mean to have died on a stake?  And was crucifixion an actual form of torture for the Romans?

Rest

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The Bible speaks of rest for our weary souls.  It let’s us know that God will provide us with peace that surpasses all understanding if we keep our heart and minds on Him.  However, it is hard to really tap into those precious moments of unspeakable peace when we are knee deep in angst and stress and don’t know how we will get out of the situations life puts us in.  It just doesn’t feel right to be going through so much pain and heartache and yet be completely surrounded by peace.  It feels contradictory.  I know I am guilty of resting in my worry so that God will be convinced of the severity of my cry and He will come to my rescue.

However, my plan is flawed because resting in the peace of God assures Him that I trust Him and I have ultimate faith in His will.  As we all know, without faith it is impossible to please God.  My favorite lyrics are to the song “What A friend we have in Jesus.”  They say, “Oh, what peace we often forfeit.  Oh, what needless pains we bear.  All because we do not carry everything to God in prayer.”

Bishop Blake reminds us in the sermon, “Rest,” that God’s peace is open to everyone that seeks refuge from his or her storm.  His peace will provide an umbrella in a rainstorm.  His joy will provide steady ground in an earthquake.  His love will hold you in His hand, while the storms rage.  Focus on the scripture, “Be anxious for nothing, but in all things through prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.  And the peace of God, which passeth all understanding, shall guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.” Phillipians 4:6-7