Topic: Spiritual Warfare
Solomon said, “The name of the Lord is a strong tower.” When you took on his name, you were given access to the tower. And I want to let you know that there is “Power in the Tower” [ read more... ]
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Topics: Encouragement Stewardship Spiritual Warfare Spiritual Growth Getting To Know Him
You may be here today and feel that God is done with you. The Lord wants to tell you that you are not done yet. He still has plenty of harvest out in the field. Or maybe you feel like you haven’t seen much spark lately. There has been no fire falling from heaven on your life lately. Maybe you feel that since there are no walls falling then God must not be working in your life any more. To you God says, “I’m not in the wind, nor the rocks, nor the fire; I am that still small voice in side you and I need you to make sure my will gets done.” [ read more... ]
The enemy of your soul will start you off on a path in life away from God. He will tell you how easy this path is to travel on. He will tell you how wide the path is and how much liberty you have on this path. You can do anything that you want to on this path. But when you come to the end of the trail you will find out that he was lying to you. You will see that your next step is crucial. [ read more... ]
Similarly, I must teach some truths to you as a man of God. And I pray you teach them to your families. What I am about to preach is of utmost importance in your Christianity. [ read more... ]
Topic: Father's Day
A Father can be defined in many ways and the Bible shows him as the head of the family, the ruler, and provider, and as he who trains his children in the fear of God. Our heavenly Father is defined as creator, protector, life giver, healer the names for God are a list to long to mention. In Isaiah, chapter nine, verse six, he is called, Wonderful, Counselor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. Fathers are to train up their children in the way they should go and when he is old he won’t depart from them. Proverbs 22-6 The Israelites were commanded to teach their children the laws of God. [ read more... ]
During our times as believers, we begin to realize that each of us are intended to be ministers in some manner. And we seek to fulfill those ministries for the Lord. But in our seeking it can be almost an instinctive reaction to seek the arm of flesh for help. [ read more... ]
Topics: General Love Getting To Know Him
While most of us probably only have a single love language that we understand, the Lord speaks all of them. He has a favorite, but he understands all of them. If you speak any of the five love languages to your Spiritual Husband, he will understand it and receive it. So, if you are someone who expresses your love by giving gifts, he can receive those gifts and understands that it is your way of expressing love. [ read more... ]
Topic: The God That...
He brought us out, to bring us in! We are the church; the called out ones. The church started on the Day of Pentecost. The Greek word is ekklesia meaning “called out.” [ read more... ]
Deuteronomy 10:17 For the Lord your God is God of gods and Lord of lords, the great God, mighty and awesome, who shows no partiality nor takes a bribe. • All these new religions and recycled ones, their gods they create, our God, big G is their God. • There was an article in last Sunday’s paper on page 2 about Pagans. They can create all the gods they want they will still bow down to the true God. [ read more... ]
Topic: Nine Tests Every Christian Must Face
The word “wilderness” is defined as a desert place; a place uncultivated or lived in; a state of disorder. Wildernesses are places of difficulties, pressures, insufficient resources, and oppositions. However, while God's testing may be universal, it's left up to our personal inclinations to determine the outcome of the trial. [ read more... ]
The Amorites were noted to Abram as being wicked, but God would not bring Israel to this land of Abraham's until their wickedness was full. Israel eventually did indeed suffer affliction at the hands of Egypt for four hundred years. [ read more... ]