Tag: belief

 

Ministering to the Lord in Prayer

Every believer wants to pray and see God move, but we are not to come to God like the pagans do—with long lists, loud prayers, and repetition. Instead, first, we come to God and minister to Him. Our focus must be on Him and not on ourselves.   Read More

When God is Silent

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God is silent when we harden our hearts. Is God hidden from you? Has God gone silent in your life? Read More

Changing Your Focus

Changing your focus is the key to changing your life in every way. Whatever you are struggling with, just change your focus… turn your eyes upon Jesus! Read More

Where Obedience Leads

Thomas Edison said, “I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” Our pursuit of obedience to the Lord may appear riddled with failure but as Edison’s failures led inevitably to success, our pursuit of obedience leads inevitably to righteousness. Read More

God’s Pruning

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“Any child can count the number of seeds in an apple, but only God can count the number of apples in a seed.” The key to understanding the role of persecution, trouble, trial and affliction in the life of the Believer is to understand that God focuses on our eternal reward, not our earthly comfort. Pruning is hard. Do we seek the Lord and draw our life and strength from Him or do we give up, wither and die? Read More

Joshua Plan for Success

Meditating in the Word of God is fundamentally necessary to “taking the promised land” and experiencing success (Joshua 1:1-9). When we want the promises of God (2 Corinthians 1:20) in our life, there is a price to pay to gain them. We must first learn to meditate in the Word day and night. Read More

A Kosher Soul

“Read the Bible through”, they say. “It will be fun,” they say. Then you get to all these dull parts in Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy about sacrifices that haven’t been offered in two millennia that seem meaningless and the begats—the dreaded begats—which seem to be an endless list of meaningless names and what is clean and what is unclean to eat. What is that all about?

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A Kosher Soul

“Read the Bible through”, they say. “It will be fun,” they say. Then you get to all these dull parts in Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy about sacrifices that haven’t been offered in two millennia that seem meaningless and the begats—the dreaded begats—which seem to be an endless list of meaningless names and what is clean and what is unclean to eat. What is that all about?

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A Kosher Soul

“Read the Bible through”, they say. “It will be fun,” they say. Then you get to all these dull parts in Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy about sacrifices that haven’t been offered in two millennia that seem meaningless and the begats—the dreaded begats—which seem to be an endless list of meaningless names and what is clean and what is unclean to eat. What is that all about?

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A Kosher Soul

“Read the Bible through”, they say. “It will be fun,” they say. Then you get to all these dull parts in Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy about sacrifices that haven’t been offered in two millennia that seem meaningless and the begats—the dreaded begats—which seem to be an endless list of meaningless names and what is clean and what is unclean to eat. What is that all about?

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