Acts 8 verses 26-40 depicts what happens when someone obeys when God calls. Philip was told by an angel sent from God to go south through the desert. Philip goes and, on the road, sees a chariot. The Holy Spirit tells him to walk beside the chariot. Philip obeys. The Read More…
There are times in our lives that God will ask us to do something that we do not want to do. In those moments, we have a choice to make: His way or our way?
There are two points of sacrifice that we need to consider. The first is that the level of victory in your life is determined by the degree for which you are willing to sacrifice. Technorati Tags: Sacrifice
Genesis 15 has a fascinating story of God cutting a covenant with Himself on behalf of the world. When reading the story, the surface tale almost makes it seem that Abraham and God are cutting a covenant together. Abraham, the father of faith, finds himself in a moment of doubt.
John 14 through 16 contains probably the best explanation of the Trinity.
Philippians 4:8 says, “And now, dear brothers and sisters, one final thing. Fix your thoughts on what is true, and honorable, and right, and pure, and lovely, and admirable. Think about things that are excellent and worth of praise.”
1 Thessalonians 5:23 states that God wants to make us WHOLE body, soul, and spirit. Jesus’ redemptive work can penetrate all areas of our lives and make us whole, and a whole-istic person is the most powerful weapon in the Kingdom of God.
The Holy Spirit is the one who empowers us to be thankful.
How hard is it too be thankful when you feel like you have nothing to be thankful for? Thankfulness is an attitude. In any situation, we determine and control our attitude. We decide to be happy or sad, to be negative or rejoicing. We have the power and ability to Read More…
Thankfulness is always connected to sacrifice. In the Bible, whenever there is a sacrifice, it is made to give thanks to God. A thankful heart is a submitted heart.