In light of the recent Beth Moore/John MacArthur issue, this teaching is especially relevant.
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If you write for God's glory, you need to invite the Holy Spirit into the process. Here's how.
Without it, he says, you won't be very effective.
Even a Roman centurion knew what it was.
Our imaginations are much more powerful than we realize.
Notice Moses' request to God in Exodus 33 and God's response.
The enemy would like nothing better than for you to wallow in pity. Take some action.
It can take a long time for faith goals to manifest, but if you hold fast to your confession, you will see results.
That includes peace, joy, spiritual prosperity and other things the world cannot give us or take away.
When we learn from our experiences, those experiences become a tool for us to grow.
Learn how you can live a fulfilled, abundant life by rising above your circumstances.
Often, we can talk ourselves out of walking in the favor and blessing that God intends for us.
"You can be focused and be intentional and start deleting what ain't working in your life."
Hint: Don't ask Charlie Brown about it.
God brought him through brutal situations. He will do the same for you.
Without it, we're just living according to the law.
It is not possible to understand and interpret God's law accurately without this.
There's no discussion. They can bank on this promise.
The reunification of these two camps in the body of Christ will spark the awakening the world needs.
Remember, our troubles are not always a result of failure to keep God's commandments.