??"For sin shall not have dominion over you, for you are not under law but under grace" (Romans 6:14, NKJV).
Why shouldn't sin have dominion over us? Because we no longer possess a sin nature, but we have entered God’s empowerment, possessing the nature of Jesus Himself. We are free from the power of sin! read more
?Many believe they are merely struggling sinners who've been forgiven—and someday, in heaven, they will be like Jesus. This fallacy keeps people in bondage and nullifies God’s power in their lives. The Bible tells us we are His children: "Beloved, now we are children of God" (1 John 3:2, NKJV). If we are now His children, we now have access to fully operate in the character of Jesus. We have the ability to live as He intended us to live from the beginning—extraordinarily! We can live in His image, His likeness, possessing His ability—all through grace! You are a son or daughter of God. You possess His nature. You were meant for anything but ordinary!?? read more
??Have you often thought, "There must be more"? You’re not alone. I believe a fresh revelation of truth will unlock the God-potential within you. You probably know that by God’s grace you’re forgiven and saved, but do you know that His grace empowers you here and now in this life? read more
God didn’t just rescue us; He empowered us so that we can live successfully here in this world. He didn’t want children who would have the title of righteousness but not have the ability to overcome the sins and weaknesses that ensnared them in the first place. No, He designed salvation to be complete—triumphant living in this world as well as in the one to come. read more
Why have so many Christians embraced the idea that
following Christ means losing individuality, creativity, ingenuity, and
the passion for excellence in all spheres of life? Too many believers
are trapped in "the ordinary" when God promised an extraordinary life! read more
When it comes to pleasing God, the big question is, "Can
we do it?" Do we have what it takes to make Him smile? Can we who live
in an imperfect world, bring a perfect God delight? Can we actually
please Someone who is flawless? read more
All of us have three images: projected image, perceived image, and actual image. Your projected image is the way you desire others to see you. Your perceived image is how others see you. Your actual image is who you really are.