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Nils Olson

Nils Olson is a missionary pastor who works at Munakata Bethel Christian Center (Japan). Attended Bethel Temple Bible School in Seattle WA. Has resided in Munakata City, JAPAN for almost 40 years. Nils has authored the book, "My Chapter of the Story," a lifetime collection of stories and anecdotes.

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Meet Yuriko HANAFUSA, creator of a daily bilingual inspiration from God’s Word. Crisp, creative and colorful, her Instagram posts encourage and stimulate her subscribers.

Below you will find an example of Yuriko’s daily bilingual inspirations. You can also check out and subscribe to  her Instagram page by access-searching for yuricotango.






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Have you ever used the Thesaurus?

Type in just a single word, and boom, you get a myriad of alternative words. For example, the word vast is not simply defined as vast, but also one can equally use one of these words:

ample, astronomical, big, boundless, broad, colossal, endless, enormous, eternal, extensive, far-flung, far-reaching, forever, gigantic, great, huge, illimitable, immeasurable, immense, infinite, limitless, mammoth, massive, monumental, never-ending, spacious, tremendous, unbounded, unlimited and widespread, just to name a few.

If you haven’t already seen this, I think you’ll enjoy it very much. Of course, when we view this kind of presentation, we must look at it through the Word of our Creator God.

“In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” Genesis 1:1

“You, Lord, laid the foundation of the earth in the beginning, and the heavens are the works of Your hands. They will perish, but You remain; and they all will wear out like a garment; as a cloak You will fold them up, and they will be changed. But You are the same, and Your years will not end.” Hebrews 1:10-12 cf. Psalm 102:25-27

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Every time I listen to this, I push the replay button two, or even three times.

Vs 1
There’s a name above all others,
Wonderful to hear, bringing hope and cheer.
It’s the lovely name of Jesus,
Evermore the same, what a lovely name.

What a lovely name, the name of Jesus,
Reaching higher far, than the brightest star.
Sweeter than the songs they sing in heaven,
Let the world proclaim, What a lovely name!

Vs 2
Thru His name here’s wondrous power,
Power to redeem, making sinners clean.
By His pow’r He cleansed the leper,
Opened blinded eyes, caused the dead to rise.

Vs 3
He’ll return in clouds of glory,
Saints of every race, shall behold His face.
With Him enter heaven’s city,
Ever to proclaim, what a lovely name.

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Nils has just published a new book titled “Now Concerning Spiritual Gifts I Would Not Have You Ignorant.” Nils has been studying the subject matter for the past 30 years.

Especially in these days, the Holy Spirit desires to work in, through and with us in our churches so we will be revived and ready for the great awakening and harvest of lost souls to be added to the Kingdom of God. Paul wrote, “Now concerning spiritual gifts, brethren, I would not have you ignorant.” However, I’m afraid the church today is quite uninformed of the importance of the Holy Spirit Baptism and His nine gifts to the local church. This book details teaching of the Baptism and Gifts of the Holy Spirit about which Paul taught in his letter to the Corinthian Church.

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I keep a collection of quotes. This one will cause a person to sit back and really, really think deeply on the subject of one’s future.

“For me the truth of this subject has been exemplified in recent days by the life and times of my brother, Lonnie, winding down to what appears to be his final weeks or days here on earth.

Circumstances have necessitated my assistance in his medical and financial oversight. His ‘outward man’ is indeed perishing, yet, more importantly he has assured me, and I am confident, that his ‘spirit man’ is ready and prepared for eternity.

The Bible bluntly puts this subject into perspective — Yet you do not know what your life will be like tomorrow. You are just a vapor that appears for a little while and then vanishes away. James 4:14

It behooves each of us to take a sober look at the brevity of life, to live life without regrets, and to make our eternity of utmost priority.” —Tim Bentz