But when those things begin to take over our lives, Jesus becomes something tiny and unimportant.
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When God promises something in His Word, we have to step out in faith to receive it.
No one has ever been raised from the dead who wasn't first dead!
The way we live either sanctifies God's name or desecrates it. Which do you do?
And there's only one thing that can fix it.
As the parable of the 10 virgins warns us, not everyone will be ready when Jesus comes back. Here's a big reason why.
The Lord desires to ever lead His disciples into newness of life: New dimensions of favor, blessing, love, kingdom understanding, impact and anointing.
There are two things you must do.
We read stories of violent road rage and shake our heads. But are we truly above such anger?
Why do so many believers rush into what God will not bless?
The Lord wants to train our physical senses to perceive what is happening in our spirits.
Most Christians know the power of vision.
Thankfully, Jesus gives you power to overcome it.
This is one of the reasons the early church walked so much in signs, wonders and miracles.
Natural man defines this phenomenon very differently from how God does.
Satan doesn't want anyone to enjoy heaven. He got kicked out of that wonderful place. He's bitter toward God, bitter toward God's people and bitter about heaven.
John said Jesus came to destroy the works of the devil.
If you've been struggling with discouragement, this will encourage you.
Miracles can happen when you make God's house a priority.
In his book, Jonathan Cahn takes you back to the basics and shows how these Hebrew words shed light on what it means to be a Christian.