April found us again with Mary Lowman and The Christian Working Woman at her Weekend Getaway in Itasca, IL. Dámaris taught two sessions at this retreat. The first one was a workshop on being confident to approach God's throne. The second one was the general session on Sunday morning entitled: Don't Throw It Away. Listen to both below and be blessed!
New Message: Joyful in Hope
The Christian Working Woman is a long-running ministry headed up by Mary (Whelchel) Lowman. She is a dear friend of ours and Dámaris has spoken at dozens of her retreats and conferences. At her One Day Getaway last fall based on Romans 12:12, Dámaris's theme was Joyful in Hope. Listen to her message by clicking the link below.
Is It Boldness?
Why is it that even though we are encouraged and invited to come boldly into the Holy of Holies, we often do NOT go in?
I don’t know why you don’t go in. Only God knows.
As I spoke to those in my workshop this weekend at the 32nd Weekend Getaway — “Unwavering Confidence“ conference of The Christian Working Woman, the Lord made something very clear to me. Many times, the reason I do not go in is because I simply do not want to.
The Bible says that the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak (Matthew 26:41 NIV).
John 8:32 (NLT) says, “And you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.” The Holy Spirit truly does lead us into all truth. All I could do, as I realized how lazy I’ve been, is repent and turn to Him. Surprisingly, what the Lord did as I confessed and repented, was put a great desire in my heart to run into that glorious throne room! What I found there was His amazing grace and mercy.
Don’t let the enemy tell you it’s too embarrassing to admit how often you have been so apathetic towards drawing near to your Savior. Let’s repent and turn (even run!) with confidence into the place He made accessible for you and me by His precious blood!
New Message: Is It OK to Complain?
There are a number of well known people in the Bible that complained to God about their circumstances. Is that okay? How did God react to them? At the picturesque Spruce Lake Retreat Center in the Poconos of Pennsylvania, Dámaris was asked to speak to pastor's wives. Using the Psalms and verses in Luke, she takes us from complaining to building on solid rock. Listen and be encouraged!
New Video: Do You Love Him?
Dámaris asks the question, "Do you love Him?" How can we tell if we love God? Jesus said, "If you love me, obey my commandments." Using this verse and several others, Dámaris challenges us to look for things that draw us closer to the Lord, loving Him through obedience to His word and turning from sin. In the video below, Dámaris starts at 52:15.
End of an Era
On September first, the remnants of a hurricane dropped a tremendous amount of rain on New York City and the surrounding communities. Like many others, we got several feet of water in our basement that came up through the sewers and eventually came even from the street. By God's grace, we did not lose anything that cannot be replaced, our house is still quite "livable," and our insurance came through with everything that we needed.
Only one thing was lost that will not be replaced. All of our inventory of Dámaris's CDs. They were soaked and not salvageable. Unfortunately, we can no longer offer any of her CDs for sale, as they will not be "reprinted."
Dámaris's music is all available on Apple Music, YouTube and many other places that stream digital music like Spotify and Pandora. Even Alexa knows Dámaris Carbaugh's music!
For all of you who have ever purchased Dámaris's music here on our website, we say a heartfelt thank you. His Truth keeps marching on no matter what comes our way.
What does it mean to "serve the Lord"? What does the Apostle Paul mean when he says he is a slave or bond slave of Christ? Watch and listen as Dámaris discusses the biblical and modern day examples of serving our Lord Jesus Christ with depth and transparency. Her part starts around 53:00.
Book of James - Session Four
In this fourth and final session on the book of James, Dámaris explores chapters four and five. Discussing subjects ranging from judging others to obedience and even patience in hardship, Dámaris encourages us to endure because the Lord is coming soon. He will be our judge, but He is also "...full of tenderness and mercy." James 5:11
Be blessed while watching and share with your friends!
The Book of James - Session Three
A small bit in a horse's mouth or a small rudder on a great ship, little things can make a big difference—or have huge consequences. Discussing the third chapter of James, Dámaris brings out the power of the tongue and how he compares our speech to a small spark which can set a whole forest on fire. While a grapevine does not produce figs, both blessing and cursing can come from our mouths, and it should not be. Click below, watch and share. Tune in at 7p EDT next Tuesday, 4/27/21 for the last in this live series with Dámaris, or watch it any time on YouTube.
The Book of James - Session two
The second in a series of four, Dámaris teaches through chapter two from the book of James. From preferential treatment to Martin Luther to faith and works and more, this chapter is full of direction for the Christian. Don't miss a single session on YouTube every Tuesday night in April (2021, for those of you reading this later).
Singer, bi-lingual conference speaker, teacher and now published author, Dámaris just wants to do the next thing that Jesus Christ has planned for her.