Kenneth Copeland recently described the Gospel of John—specifically, Chapters 13-17—as his favorite passage of scripture.
You shouldn’t just believe what God says to you in His Word, but you should also act on it. Acting on the Word produces results.
If praying in tongues hasn’t been a regular part of your fellowship with God, you’re missing out!
You question your own value or worth. You feel inferior or unsafe around others. You can’t admit your faults. You feel threatened by confident people. You are quick to criticize others.
When times are tough, our thoughts are often pulled to the quickest solution or even fears about how things could get worse.
You likely know that God is good—but do you really know how great His goodness is and how much He wants to bestow it upon you?
Your thoughts have power. Thoughts in line with the Word of God will protect you—spirit, soul and body. Negative thoughts will cost you dearly in the same areas.
Envying, strife and divisions had reduced the early Corinthian Christians back to the natural, or carnal, state that they were in before they were born again.
God has not only called you to be holy—or separated—to Him, but He has also made it possible. If you’re born again, the blood of Jesus has cleansed you from all unrighteousness.
Many Christians struggle to believe that God loves them.