Change for changes sake can be our enemy, but Ron Phillips says God-given change is our only hope. Will you embrace change, rather than fear it?
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This Christmas, be sure to celebrate Jesus and His birth in your hearts. After all, He is the One who has cut through the depths of darkness, bringing us hope for all eternity.
The church seems to have forgotten that God will direct our steps. We have gone our own way, diverging where our impulses take us. He abides here to guide, empower and instruct the church. Let Him be your guide. Here's how.
We see the secularismeven paganismin the Christmas season. We can shun it and say, Bah, humbug. Or we can choose to turn the symbols of the world around and see in them a reflection of the glory of God.
We often pray as if we are afraid to ask. But what if we were fervently, passionately asking, according to His will, knowing that He hears us, and then believing that what we ask for, we have?
Ron Phillips shares his personal encounter with an angel and explains one of the purposes of our invisible allies.
It's easy to get caught up in the busyness of life. Here's how you challenge yourself to set aside quiet moments with the King before you begin His kingdom work.
Though we understand that God does not need to be forgiven, we become angry with Him. Read as Ed Stetzer explains why we need to be repentant and let go of our bitterness toward God.
Do you feel sometimes like you're stumbling through life wondering what God's will is? His will for our lives is not hidden from usit is hidden for us. You just need to know where to look for it.
Randi White asks the question, How can we vote for a political party that supports aborting the lives and destinies of those God intended to live?
Every believer is privy to special things, such as wisdom, eternal life and Gods inheritance. But the Holy Spirit allows us to tap into these gifts in ways you may not have considered.
Do you need help? Maybe the key is simply asking the Lord.
Dr. James P. Gills describes the greatness of being in God's family room, and shares about another place, where he says we may bask in the warmth of Gods divine light and His peace.
Do you sit quietly and attentively for the Holy Spirit? Find out how being in tune with the Spirit can leave you free and open to what God has for you.
With recent massive earthquakes, huge death tolls and unprecedented storms, there is certainly a great shaking occurring in the nations. Francis Frangipane discusses what we can expect and how best to prepare.
Even in the midst of the persecution that attended their testimonies, the church in Acts could not keep silent. Joy Strang asks, "Why dont we experience the realm of power that is recorded in the book of Acts?"
Not only does the Lord bring comfort when we are in despair, but He values each of us as if we are a treasure. Find out how this story of a lost ring and a friendly roadside worker demonstrates God's promises to us.
Ron Phillips says the church in North America for the most part has quenched the Holy Spirit with some notable exceptions. Find out what they are, and how Phillips says we can obey the Holy Spirit and bring revival to our nation.
If we are not careful, it is all too easy to end up drained from the demands and cares of daily life. Thankfully, the Lord sees the loads we carry, and He has made provisions for us to receive His miraculous R&R provisions.
Sin and Satan have stolen from humanity the song we were meant to sing with our Creator. Brian Zahnd explains how to find God's beauty in this world and what it means to us as believers.