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This is a crucial part of honor.
This simple truth doesn't seem like a big deal to us today.
Your honor will influence those around you, and they in turn will learn to honor and influence others.
"Christ's crucifixion and death on the cross bruised God's heel, but His resurrection crushed Satan's head, confirming His victory over sin and death."
I discovered that many had been indoctrinated with an approach to spiritual warfare that attributes too much to the devil and tends to put the child of God in fear.
"Every year for 1,500 years, Israel unknowingly went through the dress rehearsal of binding the Passover Lamb to the horns of the altar at 9 a.m.—the very time Yeshua was being bound to the execution stake."
You need only to cry for the blood of Jesus to be on you. His blood will cover the guilt, shame, trauma and the offense. There is nothing His blood can't redeem.
Too many Christians are not living in the full victory of the cross because they don't have an intimate personal relationship with the Holy Spirit.
Are you properly using your anointing?
Six teenagers sat around the table, drinking milkshakes. But what happened next saddened this onlooker.
God's blessing will touch every area of your life!
Every day she went to the same golf course and sat under the same tree. No one knew she had a heartbreaking secret.
How do you respond to difficult circumstances?
Have you ever unwittingly done any of these?
We are to honor God first, then our families, and then our neighbors.
Weeks before Passover begins, we start searching our homes and our hearts for chametz (leaven).
"There's these one-liners, these cliches that we ... have adopted into the Christian community, baptized them and have made them a part of our vernacular. But they're not necessarily biblically true, and they're actually lies that will hold us back in our faith."
Perhaps you think I am being too critical, but we should think about what we are doing.
Bearing fruit is not frantic activity and "workaholism." Nor is it sitting back and doing nothing.