Preoccupation with fears and concerns is not part of our design.
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Have you received a word, claimed it, believed for it, fought the good fight of faith with it—and have yet to see it come to pass?
The prominent Bible scholar offers valuable insight into your situation.
How do we approach the Lord when we have a big decision to make?
As the prophet Amos said, we are in a famine of hearing the word of the Lord.
Surprisingly, this deception can block you from a deeper understanding of God's love.
Consider this before sharing your next opinion on social media.
It's not enough that we come to the altar.
Once the baby is born, the pain is soon forgotten, and the joy of new life takes its place.
What are you waiting on God to do?
You might ask, "How long must one wait?" Here's my answer ...
If you have reached for your spiritual inhaler on more than one occasion, then perhaps it is time to build a "breathing room" for God.
What will be your spiritual legacy?
We only worship God to the degree that we hear Him speak.
Holy Spirit wants you to move in His power. Here's how.
A cold glass of water on a hot day is a godsend. But it cannot quench spiritual thirst. Only God can do that.
In worship at this depth, we are kept from even saying "thank You."
"I believe the Lord does want us to have huge answers to prayer every day and see miracles."
Time may allow a scar to form over the surface of your trauma wound, but if what's underneath is not addressed and allowed to heal, the pain and injury will continue.
Celebrate your freedoms this week, and while you enjoy the festivities, thank God that you can fulfill His purpose in this "land of the free and home of the brave."