Scripture says, in everything give thanks; for this is the will of God. Giving thanks for even bad and painful circumstances sounds odd. “Why in the world would I be grateful for things that appear to be detrimental or hurtful?
Christ died for the world, while we were yet sinners He died for us. As a believer can I remain untouched and isolated from the same world Christ died for?
Is Hollywood vocal while the church remains silent? The Lord is speaking. But if the church refuses to speak prophetic truth, He just may use Hollywood.
My individual vote is more about aligning my will in agreement with God’s Will, than electing the politicians I want. My vote is agreement with His reign in my world.
Aligning with God’s Will sets me up to receive His abundant Life. While God is completely sovereign, we are given the privilege of participation.
Failure to exercise our influence in the world is rebellion making us contemptible. To not be in my God given place of authority is defeat and devastation.
The fact will always remain that I will never be who I was destined to be without receiving the vessels of my making—my parents.
All of us have a barrier set up by God, which He intends us to climb and overcome. It's a barrier to God which is perfectly crafted for our making.
While many in the church are hoping for the next great revival, much of this will rely on our repentance for not chosing God and His Kingdom in the past.
Only through repentance can we pave the way for revival. And in the same measure, the greater our repentance, the greater will be the Spirit’s outpouring.
Nothing riled up Jesus more than fear in His followers. He tolerated ambition, presumption, and even competition, all self-serving traits, but never FEAR.
“Don’t come looking for an answer. Bring in the Solution!” When I step into prayer, I have the solution, because the Solution lives inside me.