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Be Still

If you're anything like I am, you live a very busy life. Actually, you don't live just a busy life, you live a hectic life!

The moment my feet hit the ground, I dash here and there filling my day with everything imaginable--work, church, meetings, volunteering, witnessing, shopping. The list goes on. Oftentimes I feel like the Energizer Bunny—I keep going and going and going at maximum speed.

But guess what? I'm tired! I'm tired of living on adrenaline. I want God to flood my soul with His peace and contentment, and help me to resist the temptation to do more and more. I need Him to remind me from time to time that only what I do for Christ will last. I was grateful the other day when He told me to "be still" and hear Him. read more

Singing in Barrenness

Have you ever needed miraculous intervention from God, but didn't know how to pray for it?

Even now I am in the midst of praying and waiting for a miracle in the life of a loved one. Though God has provided answers to many of my prayers, I have been in the process of birthing a vision from God for this person for more than seven years.

The problem is not with God. He always has a ready ear. He is ready, willing and able to respond. The work to be done is on our part. We need an increase of understanding about how to call on God. read more

Wave of the Anointing

 

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Are you hungry for the presence of God? When we seek Him wholeheartedly, He will anoint us and empower us to carry out His will in the earth. Let well-known preacher and conference speaker Cindy Trimm usher you into the presence of God in the clip "Wave of the Anointing."

To purchase Cindy Trimm’s books, Commanding Your Morning and The Rules of Engagement: The Art of Strategic Prayer and Spiritual Warfare, click here. read more

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When God Disappoints Us

Some of the greatest challenges to our faith are those moments when we must endure the cold blight of a disappointment. The greater the anticipation, the greater the disappointment when we fail to receive what we have anticipated.

There is no shield that can keep away the days that come to teach our hearts submission to God's will and purpose for us. There are no roses so fragrant that they dismiss for us the tingling sensations of brokenness that come upon us when we see our expectations cave in. read more

Say It, Sister!

 

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What's Been On Your Mind Lately?

Have you ever heard the saying "You are what you think?" It's true. Your thoughts carry a lot of weight and oftentimes dictate your actions. When you don't guard your mind from negative influences, your thoughts eventually control who you are and what you believe about yourself.

Let well-known Bible teacher Joyce Meyer help you discover the freedom that comes with taking authority over your thoughts in the trailer, "What's Been On Your Mind Lately?" read more

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Empowered for Purpose

Welcome to the new SpiritLed Woman eMagazine! My name is Valerie G. Lowe and I'm the editor.

I'm excited about launching this weekly online magazine because I know there are women who want to connect with other women who love God and want to do His will. It is my prayer that you receive an impartation of the Holy Spirit every time you read the SpiritLed Woman eMagazine. But don't keep the news to yourselfspread the word! Click here to share this premiere issue.

My good friend Mildred often says something good happens when women get together. She's right. When we unite together in prayer and the Word here, something good is going to happen. read more

Pray with Pertsistence

Have you ever felt like giving up in prayer? As an intercessor, I admit I've had times when I felt overwhelmed and frustrated—when I've prayed and prayed, maybe for weeks, or even years, and seen no breakthrough. Questions have run through my mind: "What's the use? What difference does it make if I pray?"

It is one of the devil's goals to keep each of us from experiencing the blessings of God that come through intercessory prayer. Intercessory prayer is unique because it means, literally, "to stand in the gap for another." read more

Spiritual Formation: From Glory to Glory

Often when we are born into the family of God, the full implications of what that birth and its life journey will mean to us are left unexplained. We wonder why walking "by faith, not by sight" (2 Cor. 5:7, NKJV) is filled with temptations, difficulties and challenges that are often beyond our comprehension. Yet if we understand the classic pattern of pilgrimage—the road map of the spiritual journey—we will fight, endure and prevail with greater joy and perseverance. read more

Intimacy In Worship: The Heart of a Worshiper

In the early days of my developing a relationship with the Lord in worship, I frequently saw His feet as I bowed before Him. That seemed to be the extent of my faith in worship; but, as my faith increased, He didn't leave me there at His feet. Little by little the relationship grew until I stood in His presence and saw Him face to face.

We begin by knowing Him as King. That in itself is glorious. But He wants to take us further. He wants us to know Him, not only as King, but also as heavenly Bridegroom. He wants us to know Him as the Beloved, the Lover of our souls and He whom our souls love. read more

Devotional: Fueling the Fire

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Deborah: Called to Battle

During one period of Israel's history, the Spirit of the Lord raised up judges to lead the people of God. Deborah, the prophetess, was the only woman who served in this role. She was a wife, a prophet and a judge. Her life of faithfulness was highly regarded, and God empowered her with wisdom and authority to speak as His oracle in settling internal disputes and to lead the nation in times of conflict. read more

The Relational Nature of Prayer

We really are the children of God, and the dynamics of our relationship with Him are more similar to the relationship between earthly parents and their children than we might initially expect. We struggle with this because we all know that human parents don't have the same attributes and capacities as God. This, however, does not negate the similarities.

For instance, providing for the children is not a burdensome drain upon a loving and resourceful parent. Rather, it is a deeply satisfying pleasure and honor. So it is with God and His children (see Ps. 50:15). read more

Who Is This Jesus?


During the 19th century, liberal theologians began a search to rediscover the historical Jesus. They were intent on determining the true personality of a Jesus who existed 2,000 years earlier. Leading this pursuit was Dr. Albert Schweitzer, the Nobel Peace Prize-winning philosopher, theologian and medical missionary.

The fruit of his work was disclosed in his highly acclaimed book The Quest of the Historical Jesus, which was released in 1906--the same year the Azusa Street Revival lit the world on fire. read more

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