Dan Anton – Ways to Find SEO Expert Services

Dan Anton

Websites don’t get much traffic without being ranked high enough on the first page of every search engine. Your website may be interesting, but what’s the point if nobody gets to see it? So many other websites will bury it because they rank way higher than your website.

How can your website survive that?

The answer is: Professional SEO Services. Dan Anton Search engine optimization can get your website to rank among the first links on page one of every search engine, gaining your website more visitors and your business more clients. But how can you be sure that the SEO partner you choose really is an expert?

First, you must do some research. Make use of the search engine and learn about how SEO works in general. This won’t make you a professional in the SEO domain, but it will help you recognize an SEO Expert. They may…

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Love Declares War on Religion – Peter Youngren

Peter Youngren

The Pharisees’ relationship with God was based on a religious contract of “dos” and “don’ts”. And the Pharisees were proud because of their seeming ability to keep the religious contract.  In Luke 15 Jesus shows that the Pharisees had totally misunderstood who God really is. – Peter Youngren

Luke 15 is love’s declaration of war against self-righteous religion.  The well-known parables of the good shepherd, the woman who lost her coin, and the father and his two sons constitute Jesus’ response to the attacks from indignant Pharisees.  We read, “Then all the tax collectors and the sinners drew near to Him to hear Him. And the Pharisees and scribes complained, saying, “This Man receives sinners and eats with them…” (Luke 15:1-2)

Verse 2 summarizes the entire gospel:  God receives sinners and has fellowship with them.  This is our fantastic message that regrettably is heard all too seldom.

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“Sinners” were those who…

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Faith is Restful – Peter Youngren

Peter Youngren

Faith is essential in our prayer life. As we discover that faith is restful, we will experience that prayer is restful too. – Peter Youngren

Faith is easy.  It is simply yielding to and resting in Jesus’ ability.  The apostle Paul asked the Galatians believers, “He who supplies the Spirit to you and works miracles among you, does he do it by the works of the law or by the hearing of faith?” (Galatians 3:5).

Put this question in contemporary language.  Do you receive the Holy Spirit and does God work miracles among you by your efforts and struggles?  Does it happen by how well you have performed your religious duties?  Or do these divine blessings come by hearing of Jesus and His abilities?

As a young new believer, I heard that the next step in my spiritual growth was to receive the baptism of the Holy Spirit.  Naturally, I wanted…

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The Faith That Works BY Peter Youngren

Peter Youngren

“Prayer is not to persuade God, but to synchronize our thoughts with Gods”

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My dad was a diabetic.  The sickness affected everything about our life. Mealtimes were exact; 8 AM, noon and 5 PM, and even the slightest variance of timing would increase the chance that my dad would go into an insulin coma. The whole family was on the lookout for signs that the insulin and sugar levels may be out of balance, but as I was the oldest child, my mother depended especially on me.

Sometimes my dad became unconscious unexpectedly. One Saturday morning, I was 9 or 10 years old, my dad and I were shopping on a busy street in a nearby town. It was about 10.30 in the morning. This was considered a “safe time”, when an insulin coma was unlikely to occur, half way between breakfast and lunch. The picture is still clear…

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Faith or Mental Believing – Peter Youngren

Peter Youngren

There is a huge gap between mental believing and the God-kind of faith.  Mental believing is natural.  It comes by repeatedly telling our mind it is so.  True faith is supernatural.  It moves mountains and is only found in Jesus.

The four Gospels give us many case studies that contrast mental believing with the God-kind of faith.  We looked briefly in an earlier chapter at the story of Jesus healing the demon possessed boy. Now let’s go a little deeper. Matthew chapter seventeen begins with Jesus and three of His disciples on the Mount of Transfiguration.  When they come down from the mountain, Jesus quickly encounters human pain and suffering.  We read, “And when they had come to the multitude, a man came to Him, kneeling down to Him and saying, ‘Lord, have mercy on my son, for he is an epileptic and suffers severely; for he often falls into…

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To have great faith is to have a great Jesus – Peter Youngren

Peter Youngren

The middle-aged man beside me was excited.  He had been blind for several years and now Jesus had opened his eyes.  The crowd in the soccer stadium in northern Papua New Guinea listened intently before they responded with shouts of joy.  When I asked the man, “Did you get healed during the prayer here tonight?” it became even more intriguing.  He responded, “No, I was healed last night in my kitchen at home.  You see, Mr. Peter Youngren, I live in a village and many of the people from my area were here at your Gospel Festival.  When they returned home they were excitedly reporting what God had done.  I was so overwhelmed at their report that after they left my house I simply called out, ‘Jesus, come and heal me now.’  Right there all by myself I was healed, and…

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