The cause is bigger than us, the opposition is stronger than us, and our focus needs to be sharper. We’ll approach these better when we’re together.
Our culture is fatalistic; they seek answers in the stars and pray to win the lottery, then live by the mantra, “It is what it is.” But a sovereign God speaks out of eternity and declares, “I have a Divine destiny for you. Lay hold of it and live.”
You get fired. You gain weight. Your children are off course. You receive a bad medical report. All of these scenarios can bring discouragement, but God has a prescription for victory.
Moses, Joshua, David, Peter & Paul all knew that the answer for EVERY problem begins as we humble ourselves in prayer. King Hezekiah gives us a blueprint for our praying.
Moses struck a rock that God told hime to speak to. Was there a consequence for that act?
Jesus promised us power. The Bible says that this power will come to us through many different sources.
Noah was described as “the only blameless person living on earth at the time.” What can his life choices teach us so that we can be righteous in our culture?
How do you view the future or current assignments? Do you view this with dread or expectancy? Learn about how to plug in to possibilities of what can be.
Daniel, Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego lived by principle that they needed to obey God over man. We need to live by these same standards regardless of our circumstances.
Who are you? What type of Christian are you? We must be the Christians who take up our cross and follow Jesus.