This is the key to recognizing and receiving God's blessings for what they are.
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The greatest silent sermon ever preached came when Jesus went to the cross.
When we accepted Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we effectively enlisted in the army of God.
These two divine, eternal truths won't remove you from the storms of life—but they will change your perspective.
If you have a difficult time seeing God this way, ask the Holy Spirit to deliver you from any wrong ideas you may have about God and to reveal His true nature to you.
There is no formula for "prodigals" to come back to the Lord. It's simply a matter of a trusting God.
When we are content with the anointing God chose for us, we do what we are called to do without fatigue.
As Christians, we are already fully accepted in the Beloved.
Sometimes it is easy to believe in God, but much more difficult to simply believe God.
If you find yourself to be a "wounded warrior," there is grace and hope for you.
Reflecting on His faithfulness, you can face your challenges and continue to praise and worship the Lord through life's trials.
Start this New Year declaring what God says over your life and family in this season.
God will often require us to do things that are beyond our natural ability. Here's how to lean on Him to give you strength.
Would folks line up hours before the store opened with lines that stretched all around the building?
Examine the condition of your heart. Purge your heart of selfishness this holiday season and beyond.
God is well-aware of our limitations of time, money, strength and opportunity. That's when He allows us to do mighty things.
Remember that the enemy has been empowering your negative, lying emotions to try to take your mind captive.
Material things come and go, but love and its expression among those of like faith is eternal.
If you want impartations of this from the Lord, there are things you must do first.
In order to be truly repentant and forgiving, you need this.