David G. Rose

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Dave Rose has been a credentialed minister for over 50 years in Wisconsin  and Texas. He is available to serve as a pulpit guest, Bible teacher, wedding or funeral officiant, or hospital visitor. He is also active in reconciliation ministries. If you need to speak with a pastor, please contact the office at: click here 

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In my Blog this week, I present: GOD & TEXAS: The year 1839 was chaotic ..... Read on........

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(Part #3)

by David G. Rose

A few weeks ago, we started a series of thoughts on how to WIN DAILY: Finding Victory Today!

If your goal is to be an effective Christian that radiates the joy of Jesus, you must be resolved, determined, and remain spiritually focused. To facilitate memory, I have placed the outline for living in daily victory in the acrostic: V-I-C-T-O-R-Y

So far: 
V – Verify relationship with God every day
I – Invoke God’s presence every day
C – Cultivate your soul every day

T – Tame your ego every day. An example of an egotistical person is summed up in this statement by English writer George Eliot: “He was like a cock who thought the sun had risen to hear him crow!” 

Ego is commonly defined as a person’s sense of self-esteem or self-importance. Many egocentric people spend their lives grooming, strengthening, and parading their ego. They are the cock that crows.

But the victorious Christian follows a different path. The Apostle Paul taught in 1 Corinthians 15:31 ESV, “I protest, brothers, by my pride in you, which I have in Christ Jesus our Lord, I die every day!” The concept of dying daily to our ego and pride is contrary to what the world teaches. 

Basic principles of success in the world include stepping on others, pushing yourself, and exerting your influence at the expense of others. But Jesus taught that the way to real life is to die to self and to live for Christ: “Whoever loves his life loses it, and whoever hates his life in this world will keep it for eternal life.” (John 12:25 ESV)

Christ calls for a daily funeral of the ego. The challenge is to die to pride, envy resentment and self-praise. Someone said that “Christ can live in us in direct proportion to our willingness to die to ourselves.” John the Baptist humbled himself and said about Jesus, “He must increase but I must decrease.” (John 3:30 KJV)

Taming the ego is a fulltime job. A friend used to say that egotism is obesity of the head! Cemeteries are full of people that were convinced that the world could not live without them. But here we are! Life goes on and yet, people still wreck their relationship with God and their families feed their ego and exhibit their pride. 

Let me end with this thought on the ego with this incredible verse found in Proverbs 11:2 (Amplified Version) – “When pride comes [boiling up with an arrogant attitude of self-importance], then come dishonor and shame, But with the humble [the teachable who have been chiseled by trial and who have learned to walk humbly with God] there is wisdom and soundness of mind.”

This verse is a warning to each of us to die daily, and to give praise and adoration to Christ Jesus alone. May we choose the example of John the Baptist and Christ Himself, who humbled themselves to be a servant of all. 

Next week: O – Obedient in witness



Current affiliations include:

DRM - David Rose Ministries 

NAIWE - National Association of Independent  Writers and Editors

AG - Assemblies of God

FBAS - Board member of the Fort Bend

          Archaeological Society

FBCHC - FT. Bend County Historical Commission 

XP - Xulon Press

FBHA - Fort Bend History Association 

JPT - Jerusalem Prayer Team



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Texas History Book : God and Texas

Dave has written historically documented stories from Texas past, that show how God touched the lives of the early settlers. To purchase a copy of "GOD and TEXAS" click here or Amazon.com

Sunday - September 25, 2022

Seven times a day



Psalm 119:161-168 NLT- Powerful people harass me without cause, but my heart trembles only at your word. I rejoice in your word like one who discovers a great treasure. I hate and abhor all falsehood, but I love your instructions. I will praise you seven times a day because all your regulations are just. Those who love your instructions have great peace and do not stumble. I long for your rescue, Lord, so I have obeyed your commands. I have obeyed your laws, for I love them very much. Yes, I obey your commandments and laws because you know everything I do.

Prayer: Thank you for giving me your amazing Scriptures. They are light and life to me. On stormy days, Your Word comforts and soothes my troubled spirit. No matter what I face, your Word has already spoken to it. Help me to trust and follow your commands. In the name of Jesus I pray. 



by David G. Rose

The Apostle Paul often interlaced teachings on Bible prophecy into his letters. In this way, Paul kept alive the hope of life eternal.

Paul made another prophetical statement in 1 Timothy 2:6 KJV – “Who gave himself a ransom for all, to be testified in due time.” The Apostle makes a powerful and true declaration that Christ desires that “all” people would be saved. Jesus did not select a few to be saved. He did not appoint some to destruction. The choice is ours. We decide to accept Christ as Savior or to turn our back on Him. 

Further, Paul states “To be testified in due time.” This phrase looks from the Incarnation, to the death, burial, and Resurrection of Christ, until time is no more. The “testimony” is the whole story of Christ and His marvelous and precious Plan of Salvation for lost humanity. 

Today, this truth is known and understood by some. But a time is coming when all people of all ages will realize who Jesus is and “every knee should bow, of things in heaven, and things in earth, and things under the earth; and that every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.” (Philippians 2:10-11 KJV)

Therefore, comfort each other and edify one another.

1 Thessalonians 5:11



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Guest columnist: My only brother Rev. Douglas R. Rose is a published author, composer, pastor, evangelist, and husband to Dolly since 1966. They have 2 children and 5 grandchildren. September 26 is my brothers birthday!


I love to take an Autumn walk
-----It clears my muddled mind;
Shuffling through countless crimson leaves
--New peace of mind I find.

I recall our great Creator
Who schedules each season well;
In Spring his leaves start greening
-- In Autumn they fall—pell-mell.

My life He too plans carefully
Every season of the year---
Some months are for growing
--Others, for reaping a harvest dear.

So as I make my Autumn walk
Shoes shuffling through lay-about leaves
I shuffle away my troubles too
-- No more to give me grief.

For Creator God who plans each year
Of this whole wide world you see---
Is also monitoring my whole life
--And that’s the way it should be.

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David Rose Ministries is grateful to be  affiliated with NAIWE (National Association  of Independent Writers and Editors). This organization provides David with another blog site that reaches a whole new audience.  In it, David will focus on his Texas History writings only.

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All-day Praise!

Likewise the Spirit helps us in our weakness. For we do not know what to pray for as we ought, but the Spirit himself intercedes for us with groanings too deep for words.

Romans 8:26 ESV


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