When you feel like you're in over your head—when the pressure is so great you feel like you're drowning—where is God?
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The only way we become winners is by carrying the banner of victory as we allow God to fight for us.
He stands in the gap for you and your loved ones daily.
God is eager, waiting and willing to tell us who we are. To approve us.
God placed us in physical bodies and told us we are to take care of them to make them temples to house His Holy Spirit.
You receive by faith, but just like anything else, you need to put your faith into action.
Satan is battling for your soul as much as he is battling for the souls of your friends and loved ones!
Every successful marriage is the union of two sinners who allow God to use the laboratory of marriage to help them learn how to love well. And these five questions will put you in a great position to cooperate with God in doing exactly that.
How do we know if our schedules are overly full while our spiritual tank is empty?
If you find yourself frustrated in the waiting period, it might be time to try these.
Julia Jeffress Sadler, Robert Jeffress' daughter, opens up about her heartbreaking miscarriages and how God stepped in to perform the miraculous.
"Even when I sing this song, I get this picture of millions of people around the throne, just lifting up their voices and singing before the Lord."
It's the story of a young girl who changed the life of a powerful man.
"God can rebuild, and He can rebuild bigger and better than we can ever imagine."
This powerful gift is a game-changer on every level.
These will help and encourage you or someone you know.
"We have to challenge what we think about those things so we can do it and see God's hand when we do it. When God begins to reveal his truth to us, we have to begin to open up our mindset to understand it and embrace it."
When the answers don't come quite as quickly as we expect, it's easy to allow doubt to creep into our thinking.
You first have to want this journey at the very core of who you are.
Jesus called it "the secret place." Growing up, we called it "the prayer closet." Today, we know it as "the war room."