They will transform our thinking, reevaluate our attitude and bring a new kind of connection with God.
Chasing after something outside of or other than God will only leave you empty.
Hint: It has nothing to do with being super spiritual or strong in yourself.
I don't know about you, but I am convicted often by the prayer of the psalmist: "Set a guard over my mouth, Lord; keep watch over the door of my lips" (Ps. 141:3).
Did you know that when you get a prophetic word, oftentimes, things will go in the completely opposite direction?
"Thank you so much for whispering my name to the Father," she wrote. "I'm so grateful."
Do you care more about healing, or about proving yourself right?
Now is not the time to give up. Keep praying.
"We absolutely know scripturally, whether you deserve them or not, the angels are right here with us."
Doctors are apparently amazed at her progress.
Christine Caine and Beth Moore marched around the hospital during the surgery to pray for their friend.
God in His sovereignty holds time and moves it toward His purpose. He desires our steps to be in tune with His and our plans to reflect His will.
Eighty percent of people who successfully lose at least 10% of their body weight will gradually regain it to end up as large or even larger than they were before they went on a diet.
The details of the process can vary, but prayerfully reviewing where you are is healthy.
Through Christ, the power of sin has been broken, and we now have the power to live for the glory of God.
It's easy after walking with the Lord for years to lose the passion we once felt to be with Him. Our to-do list and the general worries of life can crowd out the space we'd give to Him.
"The main thing is I'm just one simple woman in a very big world, but one simple person plus a great God can do things like that in the most unexpected moments."
It's a process, but the journey is exciting.
The way we think about those stars influences our perspective of the nature of God.
As you begin a new year, follow this strategic blueprint to run the race that has been assigned to you.