There aren’t many things that can cause more stress and anxiety than financial pressure. It can be an all-consuming worry during the day and keep you up all night.
Obeying God and staying in His will requires spiritual effort—but has the greatest payoff of any work you could ever do on earth! Above all, it should be our honor to obey God and please Him in all things.
If you’re believing for a harvest in your life—whether it be healing, finances, family or all three—once you’ve planted seed, your job isn’t over! God has given us a process of seed, time and harvest. During the time between planting and harvesting, it’s important not to neglect that seed.
Faith is the doorway to abundance. It’s the key to unlimited treasure. Its laws of operation are sure, steadfast and as unchanging as Jesus Himself. The laws of faith apply to every area of life—spiritual, mental, physical, financial, relational and professional.
In Jesus’ Name. It's more than a phrase we tack on to the end of our prayers. All that God is and does is represented in the Name of Jesus.
One nation under God. That’s who we are. With privilege becomes responsibility (Luke 12:48).
If you feel like you’ve been living at the bottom of the barrel, struggling to make ends meet, putting things back on the shelf at the grocery store, and praying you’ll have enough just to pay your bills—you aren’t living the life Jesus died to give you!
Contending for healing and remaining in divine health can feel like a roller coaster ride. One day you’re feeling strong and ready for the fight, the next day you feel a symptom, still haven’t received what you’re believing for, and you’re tempted to give up.
If you’re ready to develop the kind of bulldog faith that bites down on the Word of God and won’t let go—you need determination! There is power in speaking the Word of God aloud over your life and confessing that you are determined in your pursuit of THE BLESSING of God.
Speaking a daily confession over your life will have powerful results!
“‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your mind, and all your strength.’ The second is equally important: ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.’ No other commandment is greater than these.” –Mark 12:30-31
As you spend time in the secular world, whether at work, school or in your neighborhood, you know there is a battle against the Word of God. So, how can you guard your heart against the barrage of fear and negativity? Keep your faith in action every day.