This powerful gift is a game-changer on every level.
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These will help and encourage you or someone you know.
In this age of ramped-up technology, surveillance and artificial intelligence, someone probably is.
"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.
This is part of what I refer to as "Jezebel's War with America," where the forces of radical feminism come together with the extreme pro-abortion movement (among other spiritual and cultural forces) in an attempt to destroy America.
"I want the Bible to land on the moon, because it is written [in Ps. 8:4], 'When I behold Your heavens, the work of Your fingers, the moon and the stars which You have established.' The state of Israel will reach the moon."
We have rights that are slowly being taken away from us because we don't express our disdain.
Mr. Ratburn—the kids' third-grade teacher—came out as gay when he married another male character, an aardvark named Patrick.
You can take action now.
Note carefully what Milano is saying: It's not worth having sex if you have to "risk pregnancy."
You first have to want this journey at the very core of who you are.
Lust wants to hijack your natural desires.
Jesus called it "the secret place." Growing up, we called it "the prayer closet." Today, we know it as "the war room."
The apostle Paul revealed this secret in his conversation with King Agrippa.
Here are a few things I would encourage any married person to embrace, knowing you will want to look back at your marriage without regrets.
Almost 20 years ago, Bruce Wilkinson's book about this prayer took the Christian community by storm. It's time to check in with it again.
When you are addicted, you no longer have control of your appetite. It controls you.
The U.S. might have more in common with Nazi Germany than we would care to admit.
Let's be sure we understand what "waiting on the Lord" means—and what it doesn't.
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