How important is relationship as we enter this kingdom transition?
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This is a season where the Spirit of the Lord is sifting through our ministries, families and our personal lives, separating what is essential and what is additional; what is primary and what is secondary.
However, one truth remains, one we can lean on in the tough times.
You don't have to have this or that to be truly happy.
In the moments of life's imperfections and pain, God longs for our focus to remain solely on Him.
He began to experience the very thing he was preaching against.
"Real NBA stars are able to see the whole court at once, so that they can exploit at any moment's notice every option available to them at any moment, at any second."
It is time to wake up and expectantly wait on the Lord.
If you long for a deeper level of enjoyment and love for His presence and voice, you need to hear this podcast.
How often does Jesus appear in the moment of our desert—and we fail to recognize Him?
Hint: If you follow our culture's lead, you're already defeated.
The Holy Spirit always has something ready to help us. He prepares us for things to come.
Do you understand what it means, in practical ways, to embrace the fear of the Lord?
You cannot have an "after" unless change is taking place.
Everyone said he would not live. They said he would not see. They said he would not walk. They were wrong.
You may think it is impossible to prosper in perilous times. But Curt Landry shares four life lessons that helped him do so.
The same Spirit who anointed Jesus to go about doing good, to heal, proclaim the kingdom and deliver all who were oppressed of the devil (Luke 4:18 and Acts 10:38) is the same Spirit who has empowered all believers to do the same.
Not walking in integrity will create a time or season in which we find ourselves having to justify our lack of it.
It is here that you will receive the joy of the Lord and all the provision you need.
Hint: King David knew this secret.