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We have been convinced that hate is evil. That's simply not true.
This Christmas season, I encourage you to look for God-interruptions.
As we march toward Christmas Day, let's remember a few important points.
Bishop Tim Hill references Elijah when he counsels Christians on this issue.
We have so diminished the word "love" in this culture that it has lost its meaning.
Is your love for God genuine? Here's how to know.
What are you doing with your life?
The answer is both scientific and biblical.
This is a new opportunity for you to be free.
Bishop Tim Hill recalls a time when he had to re-evaluate his life—and his walk with God.
The apostle Paul fiercely guarded his soul against this sin.
As a Christian, chances are you have learned about spiritual gifts. But chances are, you've never taken a class on this one.
This is the second-most powerful emotional state for the Christian.
God cares about the big and little things in your life. So why not heed His direction in both?
"Son, you need two things to be successful in the ministry God has called you to!"
Peter and John must have been refilled, refreshed, empowered and given more anointing. We should seek likewise.
When thanksgiving pours out of our hearts, it takes the form of worship.
Throughout the Psalms, King David had a few Thanksgiving proclamations of his own.
You didn't choose this, but you are in a war.