Fasting is truly a secret source of power.
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The Bible and your faith tell you there is a pattern somewhere in the drawing of your life, but maybe you can't see it.
There's little you can do to stop time from changing your appearance. But you can do something about what you will look like inside.
The need to love in deed does not diminish the importance of loving with our words.
Are you believing the enemy's lies about fasting? Get the truth that will set you free and position you for a deeper walk with God.
Maybe you don't feel like praising Him this day. Your life seems more like a desolation than a creation. Here's how to turn it around.
Almost all visionaries in the Bible came to the point where it seemed the vision would not come to pass. Here's how you can renew your spiritual vision.
Start 2015 with a fresh hunger for God.
Perhaps no religious word is more misunderstood than the word meek. Who wants to be meek? Jesus did and so should you.
David's desire to live nobly includes specific pinpoint applications to the everyday. We can follow his lead.
Lisa Bevere shares some benefits to fasting you may not have thought about. Here's how you can get started on your fast.
God is not a man that He should lie. Remind yourself of these promises and believe God will move in your life.
Rich and Dottie Kane are taking John G. Lake's vision to the Holy Land. Find out how God is moving among the Jews in Israel.
Sometimes the warfare just seems to come from all sides. Sometimes it seems to come from all sides at once. Sometimes in midst of the onslaught it feels like you are fighting alone. Get equipped for the battle.
Are we being moved by the right things?
True biblical fasting is about more than giving up food or your favorite TV show. Once you learn this, you'll position your heart for a more effective prayer life.
If you're not happy, you can still have joy. And if you need a little help, here are 4 reasons to rejoice right now!
God's comfort is that He comes to your aid and changes your situation: Forgiveness follows confession, reconciliation replaces bitterness, and deep joy supplants sorrow.
He was diagnosed with an aggressive, inoperable form of cancer but he refused to confess the enemy's plan over his life. The result was miraculous.