We've all heard the phrase, When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. But Charisma Editor Marcus Yoars says it's often the last thing you want to hear. He explains what you should really do when life gives you lemons.
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When was the last time you complained about something material? Find out what J. Lee Grady says Third World children can teach Western Christians about Christ.
Is your attitude causing you to journey in the wilderness longer than you should? Joyce Meyer says if you are facing a struggle in you life, perhaps the problem isn't what you think it is.
HIV-AIDS is affecting black gay men in the United States on a mass scale. So why is the LGBT movement spending multiplied millions to boycott Chick-fil-A instead of fighting this deadly enemy? Bishop Harry Jackson offers insights.
First Samuel chronicles one of Israel's darkest hoursan hour when the glory of the Lord departed. Doug Stringer offers prophetic insight into what the American church can learn from this sobering time in Israel's history.
Becoming like Jesus requires a lot of changeand often involves difficult periods of transition. Find out why Charisma Media CFO Joy Strang says change can be a good thing, no matter how uncomfortable it may be.
R. Loren Sandford offers prophetic insight into the real root of the Batman movie shootings in Aurora, Colo., last week.
The Lord is the one who searches and tries our hearts. He will either speak to our hearts during intimate moments with Him, or He will test us by allowing circumstances that expose what lies within.
Please dont ignore the mandate to disciple young people, J. Lee Grady pleads. He says our lack of discipleship of youth has created a generational breakdown. Find out what he thinks the solution is.
Charisma News Editor Jennifer LeClaire offers Spirit-filled advice on how to overcome the fear of what people think.
Bishop Harry Jackson Jr. discusses his disappointment with the NAACP's decision to back same-sex marriage, and explains why the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People no longer speaks for him.
Though simple, the Golden Rule isn't always easy. Stubborn to the core, our old nature often gets in the way. We may treat our current offenders as they are treatingor mistreatingus, or perhaps we treat people as we have heard they have treated others.
Charisma News Editor Jennifer LeClaire shares why one key to walking in the Word is leaving your issuesand your fleshly tendenciesbehind.
A breakthrough is waiting for those who persevere. If you've stopped praying, J. Lee Grady encourages you to receive fresh grace to pray again.
Do you expect to pay eight times as much as you have in previous years? Bishop Harry R. Jackson says that could happen to some unless Congress stands up to the insane regulations on coal put forth by the Environmental Protection Agency.
This week in your lifes journey, you may still feel like yard sale junk. Life may have covered you with dirt, rust and mold. Remember, to Him you are a pearl, a hidden treasure worth the purchase priceHis life.
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