Prophets can be a bit of a mystery.
One thing is sure: We need prophets. God has set them among us to protect, watch, release miracles, confirm and impart gifts, engage culture, uproot, plant, tear down, and build—all through speaking out God’s message to His people, at His direction.
Are your doors locked? Alarm set? Guards in place? Have you checked the perimeter?
What body part are you in need of today? An eye, eardrum, heart, kidney, thyroid or hip?
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. Singing songs and shouting praise are not at the forefront of our minds.
Are you settling for less than God’s best in your life? If you are tolerating any type of physical ailment, anything less than financial abundance, or a struggling relationship, the answer is a resounding yes!
“I have many aggressive enemies; they hate me without reason. They repay me evil for good and oppose me” (Psalm 38:19-20). Do you ever feel the way David did here?
We are BLESSED. The Bible is chock full of verses saying just that. Jesus paid the price for everything we could ever need or desire now and for eternity. Yet, so many Christians are crying out to God and acting like He hasn’t already provided for them.
God wants His people to receive everything He has promised, so knowing what He promised is vital! God’s will is always to prosper His people—He will never forget you nor forsake you. When it seems like there is nothing you can do—speak faith—speak victory.
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.
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? Perhaps, you’ve struggled with believing and receiving the goodness of God in every area of your life. Here is the answer: Renew your mind to the goodness of God.
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.
No matter what you face during this holiday season, you can find encouragement through praise and thanksgiving by honoring God for His goodness and blessings. He is worthy of continual praise, but we must be intentional about offering thanksgiving to Him on a daily basis.
Learn how to live the life you’ve always want through these 10 scriptures to help you walk in the spirit!
“‘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
Fear has no place in the lives of believers. Sure, it tries to sneak in at every turn—your health, your family, your safety and possessions, but it doesn’t belong. Satan knows it, but he’ll always try to get you to take the bait.
If you’ve ever taken a stand of faith for healing, finances, family or any other victory, you know you have a battle on your hands. The enemy knows we were created to triumph, but he has no intention of letting us get to victory without resisting us along the way.
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.
In the 1960s, Kenneth and Gloria Copeland were deeply in debt, stretched thin, living from paycheck to hopeful paycheck.
When you read the Bible, it can change your life. Why then do so many read page after page and never see the breakthrough they need?
The glory of God isn’t just a feeling, an event or an Old Testament experience—it’s a spiritual tsunami of everything contained in the character of God. It has been called the manifested presence of God, but more than just a presence, it’s power.
Having a hard day? Everyone experiences one occasionally. When those days hit, you have a choice: You can succumb or you can overcome. Consider these three areas when horrible days happen: