Understanding God's role as our heavenly Father isn't as simplistic as some want to make it. Two commonly held assumptions can lead to heresy and deception. Here's the truth.
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God's blessings aren't doled out just because you want nice things. There is a specific requirement and purpose to fully receive them, but they are definitely worth it.
King David moved through many trials in his life, some the product of his own sin, some simply spiritual attacks from the enemy. George O. Wood shows how to apply one of David's most desperate prayers to your own struggles.
Jesus set the standard for how we face life-threatening storms effectively—in rest. Here's how to effectively live that out through your own challenges.
Trials, tests and adversity are rarely fun while we're going through them, but George O. Wood explains how the burning fires of refinement are worth rejoicing for.
No one likes times of struggle, but George O. Wood gives a compelling argument for why not only are they necessary, but how they can ultimately be cause for celebration, if approached correctly.
When you're struggling through difficult circumstances, take heart from this biblical heroine's struggles and from this majestic psalm.
We as a nation and as individuals are being brought to a place of desperation. Are we ready to be consecrated people without compromise or wavering? Are you?
You may be Spirit-filled, Spirit-empowered and Spirit-sensitive, but do you really understand the third person of the Trinity?
There's gospel 101 and then there's another version that makes plenty of promises to lost sinners that just aren't true.
Tomorrow evening, world-famous "King of the Highwire" Nik Wallenda will wow millions with an incredible death-defying feat. But while his tightrope walks may be too terrifying for most of us to attempt, the source of his fearlessness can provide strength in all of our walks.
Many Christians today are fixated on God's grace, but that's only an effect of where entering into the gospel truly begins.
We all go through periods of spiritual dryness, but God always offers a way out. Discover how a trip to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem sparked a renewal for this best-selling author during a spiritual desert in her life.
The Bible is clear that we need faith to please God. So how do we develop the kind that makes His day?
It can be tempting to want to know for certain what lies ahead, particularly in times of stress, but oftentimes God uses that uncertainty to grow us and our faith. George O. Wood points to King David as an example of how to pray and grow in these times.
There is prophetic power in your testimony, but are you fully tapping into it? Bill Johnson shows you how to unlock its full potential.
Far too many Christians have fallen into the danger of supplanting accomplishment for peace. George O. Wood identifies the pitfalls and shows you how to avoid them.
Scripture does not leave the works of the Spirit to our imagination. The Spirit of God has specific work to be done, and the Scripture clearly teaches us about that work. George O. Wood explains 10 key facets of the Holy Spirit's role.
It can be hard to differentiate between the voice of God and our own thoughts. Here are 5 key tests to help you recognize what's from Him.
When problems arise, we must develop a resilient faith to get us through like Ron Luce, whose world was shaken to its core when his daughter was the lone survivor of a plane crash. Learn how he rose above, and how you can too.