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One Old Testament prophecy after another predicted the coming of Jesus Christ long before He ever arrived. The most important of these, Isaiah 9:6 was written six hundred years before the birth of Jesus.
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Topic: Spiritual Growth
To be illiterate is to be unable to read or write. Anyone able to read this lesson is not illiterate. It is possible, however, that one can be spiritually or biblically illiterate. [ read more... ]
The New Testament in Contemporary English entitled, The Message by Eugene H. Peterson tells us, “They couldn’t take their eyes off them-Peter and John standing there so confident, so sure of themselves! Their fascination deepened when they realized these two laymen had no training in Scripture or formal education. They recognized them as companions of Jesus”... [ read more... ]
When the Jewish leaders relayed their decision to Peter and John it was a blessing of God. When told not to preach or teach in the name of Jesus they made a bold decision they would rather obey God than man. Because of opposition, the convictions of the Apostles and the church were strengthened. [ read more... ]
Twins usually have a special bond that makes them closer than ordinary brothers and sisters. Twins often confuse people and make it difficult to tell them apart. When it comes to the “Gifts of the Spirit”, each of the gifts are related and some look alike. There are two gifts that stand out as twins. [ read more... ]
If you have never had the opportunity to be in a Spirit-filled service before, you will discover that biblical expressions of worship are still practiced today. [ read more... ]
Topic: Praying With Recipients of the Holy Ghost
Regardless of what they went through to get the Holy Ghost, they got it, period! God is so good! We want as many people as possible to get the Holy Ghost, so here we go again with part III of Praying with Recipients of the Holy Ghost. [ read more... ]
Topic: Spiritual Growth
In the Word of God the church is often compared to the natural body. We are the “Body of Christ.” Gifts are as essential to the Body of Christ as our natural members are essential to our bodies. If we are going to live and work for God, we must move with and in the Spirit. [ read more... ]
Topic: The Church
The church in the Book of Acts was a Supernatural Church. Things happened that went beyond the natural or the normal. Miracles were a way of life. Signs and wonders were constantly being done. Throughout the Book of Acts we see the Lord as the “worker.” [ read more... ]
It is often said that “Prayer Changes Things!” We should also add, “Prayer Changes Us!” It is true that your prayers will change things around you but sometimes your prayers change you. To make it more personal, “Prayer Changes Me!” At times our situation even remains the same; but we are different. [ read more... ]
When the apostles and leaders of the New Testament church came face-to-face with life threatening trouble, they did not run, hide, or stop preaching. They went to God in prayer and asked for boldness to speak the... [ read more... ]
I trust and I hope that we as the Church of the living God can come to the place that when we pray, we pray with such power that it shakes the very environment and it shakes the very foundations of hell. [ read more... ]
Topic: The Church
In Acts 3 the Gifts of the Spirit are in operation in the lives of men of God. Once Peter received power (through the baptism of the Holy Spirit); he also received faith. Immediately he was being used in the Gifts of the Spirit. In fact, in Acts 3, a variety of spiritual gifts are in operation. The healing of the lame man surpassed the capability of Peter and John and entered into the realm of the Spirit. These gifts were for the building of the Church. [ read more... ]
Today is the first day of the rest of your life. Our future is full of promise and potential. The Lord wants to do great things in us and through us. Let us rise to the occasion of becoming a great church impacted with higher quality and greater quantity. [ read more... ]