Our view of God is always changing . . . in good times and periods of victory, he is a great, big, wonderful God; awesome in power! In times or restoration, we view him as merciful, kind, and forgiving. Then there are the bad times, and sad moments; when we fail to even recognize his... Continue Reading →
These are some of the things that God is (was) pleased about: God Was Pleased With Jesus - The Son Of God God was pleased with Jesus. Twice it is stated in the Bible where God said that Jesus was his beloved Son in whom he was well pleased . . . at Jesus' baptism... Continue Reading →
What Is A Lie? A lie is whatever is not what it professes to be ~ biblehub. It is that which is false, insincere, deceptive, and not straightforward; an illusion. Simply put, it is untruth . . . there is no lie that is of [originates from] the truth ~ 1 John 2:21. God Cannot... Continue Reading →
Are you saved? In other words . . . are you delivered from the bondage of sin? Have you repented and are your sins forgiven? Do you have the righteousness of God? Do you have the Holy Spirit? Do you know that you can be good and righteous but not have the righteousness of God?... Continue Reading →
Today God wants you to know that he is with you; he is for you; and he will fight for you. As you face your share of daily struggles, remember the words of King Hezekiah: Be strong and courageous, be not afraid nor dismayed for . . . (the king of Assyria), nor for all... Continue Reading →
It is not where you live, or with whom you live, but how you live that really matters; and today you are encouraged to live without fear. Do not be afraid. When King David described some of the persons he faced daily, he said: “My soul is among lions: and I am even among them... Continue Reading →
If you keep on doing what you’ve always done, you will keep on getting what you’ve always got. To have a new and different experience, you must be willing to change and make the decision to try something new or different.
Fasting involves the abstinence of food; and it is combined with brokenness for a specific reason, with intense prayer unto God. The practice of prayer and fasting should be a deliberate choice and not be considered a routine duty, that is why the Lord told the prophet Zechariah to: Speak unto all the people of... Continue Reading →