Joy is a fruit of the Holy Spirit. It is a gift.
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The magnificent opportunity looms before us.
You can prophesy with incredible accuracy, but if you don't have love, it's nothing.
What some of us don't realize is that whether we have ever planned, or will ever plan, a wedding in the natural, we are preparing for a marriage in eternity with the Lamb of God.
We can learn from angels. And the more we learn, the better we will worship God and the more they will rejoice.
In the midst of all those "What ifs," the Holy Spirit taught me a profound yet simple lesson.
It may take a defeat before your child can find victory again.
We need to imitate Eunice, the mother of Timothy. Her godly influence on Timothy created an ironclad commitment that would seal his faith in Christ.
There is an intentional ambiguity in this oft-quoted passage.
Keep this truth in mind or risk burning out in your spirit.
God is seeking women who will take up the mantle of prayer to release healing, deliverance and glory upon the earth.
"The winter is the season of darkness, barrenness and death. But each year, the winter ends with the coming of the Hebrew month of Nisan."
"Will you be a carrier of His presence to this generation?"
The early church father Ignatius understood it.
If you want to flourish in this prophetic gift, here are some things to take to heart.
Get rid of the notion that intercession is tedious work.
The more we entertain them, the harder it is to kick them out. Discover your steps to freedom.
Instead of trying to blend in with your surroundings out of fear, choose this road to abundant life.
"The first time someone suggested that we were selfish for giving him life, I felt stunned."
Eventually, we all find ourselves at a breaking point.