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2120 Woodlynne Ave., Woodlynne, NJ 08107 US

Word of Life Outreach Center

And the word became flesh and dwelt among us, John 1:14

As a result of the New Jersey Governor's mandate of no

social gatherings, service will not be held at the physical

location but we will gather on the conference line at 10am.

Bible Study will be held each Wednesday at 7:30 pm

on the conference line until further notice.  

Conference Line: 1-605-472-5371

Access Code: 410203

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You Have Access To Your Blessing But It Is Blocked By A Curse

Posted on November 8, 2021 at 12:15 AM Comments comments (10)

Malachi is the last of the Old Testament Prophets.

The Old Testament concludes with God calling Israel back to repentance and to Himself.

The Intertestamental period is a period of about 400+ years when God did not speak.

The New Testament opens with John the Baptist preaching "the kingdom of God" is at hand.

Not long after Israel's revival they fell back into carnality. God stops speaking to them due to their disobedience.

Messiah comes along and Israel is shut out from being the chosen people of God and God begins

to call a people unto himself (whosoever will let him come).

Israel was rebellious - they turned away from God, neglected the covenant, distanced themselves from God and their actions proved to be displeasing.

God is slow to anger but disobedience will speed up God's response towards you.

The priests were unfaithful, the people were unfaithful and Malachi was the instrument calling them to repentance.

The people broke the covenant by withholding the sacrifice from God. As Malachi addresses the people, they play a cat and mouse game.


But God tells them they are cursed with a curse.

Access to the blessings of God are always blocked by your curse,

The people of God were stifled by their misery. They had a faulty interpretation of the word of God.

They sold themselves short and blocked their blessings. They were making a living but not really living.

They refused to honor the Lord with their all.

But God wanted to make their tomorrows brighter, their dreams fonder than their memories.


God wanted them to make Him their priority rather than their last resort.

There was tension between them and God because sin caused the separation.

But God is totally consistent, if there was distance between them and God, God had not moved.

They had made God weary.

God had given them what they had but they were guilty of robbery.

God called them to return to Him - they ask return in what way?

You rob God with what he loves, you rob with what belongs to Him and then you place a curse upon yourself.


They were instructed to bring the whole tithe. Their giving was to be based on the “grace of giving”:

• Position – Return to the Lord

• Privilege – Bring the tithe, you received so you can give

• Purpose – That there might be meat in God’s house.

If they were to do as God commanded, he would reward them through

• Rebuke – He will destroy the devourer

• Reward – Not enough room to receive the blessing

• Renew – all nations will call you blessed

Giving is an act of worship. God wants our worship. 

God’s glory is attached to our giving. When we give, we receive that we might bless someone else.

When we bless someone else, God get’s the glory. God is worshipped. 


Forget About The Past

Posted on January 21, 2020 at 8:16 PM Comments comments (20)
                                                                                                                                          Forget about the past - God is more concerned about our future than he was about the past.

Israel has rebelled against God and thought it was all over.

 Formula for Failure

  1. Stop making excuses for your failure. No one can ruin your life, only you can do that. Proverbs Be honest and face up to your problem
    1. Pride causes us to fail
    2. Giving up
    3. Failure is the path to least success - Its never to late to
  2. Take an inventory of my life.
    1. Evaluate my life's experience and figure out what you learned
      1. Personal
      2. Vocational
      3. Spiritual
      4. Pain
    2. What have I learned from past experiences
    3. What are my assets - what do I have going for me
    4. Who can help me - we need somebody by our wide
  3. Act in Faith - launch out into new territory
    1. According to your faith it shall be done unto you.
      1. Affirmative faith takes action
      2. Stop having a pity party
      3. Forget the past
      4. Get on with the future
      5. Whatever your focus tends to be is what you will be
      6. Fear of failure is accomplished in faith
  4. Refocus your thoughts
    1. Proverbs 4:23
    2. Change your actions
    3. Stop thinking the same old thoughts
    4. It can't hurt you without your permission
    5. Replace your thoughts
    6. Focus on what you do want
    7. Meditate on God's word
      1. Meditate means to consider the thought
  5. Trust God to help you succeed Zech 4:6
    1. God doesn't want to give us a new leaf but a new life

Restoring One To Fellowship - Part 1

Posted on August 9, 2019 at 10:34 AM Comments comments (6)

God wants to restore Christians to fellowship when they have fallen into sin
How do we then restore someone to fellowship?
Start by:
  1. Don't diminish the sin - identify the sin but don't make kite of it. 
  2. Avoid the temptation to witch hunt - don't go looking for what is not visible. 
  3. Don't ignore the sin - we must take steps to eradicate 
  4. Don't hastily expel a fallen brother or sister - don't exile a fallen member - determine the difference between the one who does not want to repent from the one who has simply fallen and needs restoration