Are you willing to trust God to lead you through?
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Remember, the devil plays for keeps.
Read this excerpt from Jonathan Cahn's latest book and pour those needs on God.
It will surprise—and most likely shock—you.
It's one of the most important words a believer can hear.
Instead of enjoying the life and zeal of those around us, we often tend to become avoidant, steering clear of human interaction. Here's why that's not good.
It is God's promise through the new covenant.
It really isn't all that complicated.
Jesus knew what was going on when His prayers were answered only with silence. It's something you may not have considered before.
Your journey may be uncomfortable, but you must put your trust in Him to guide you.
It promises to 'make your way prosperous.'
As you journey through life this week, pay attention to the promptings of the Holy Spirit.
Many saints speak in tongues and prophesy in church, but when they take to the streets, they are silent.
We will impact lives when we learn to embrace interruption.
Here is another case where God's report overrode a doctor's diagnosis.
By then, you will more quickly recognize and repent of sinful words when they come out of your mouth.
Stick to this and your path will be set straight.
Do you remember the poem "Footprints in the Sand?"
If you're growing weary in well-doing, let this truth recharge you.
Never underestimate the effect of encouragement, love and life-giving gifts.