There are several ways we can do this.
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In the second of a three-part series, John Burton explains what it means to live radically for Jesus.
The answer will determine the course of your life.
"Those Christians who only obey God on Sunday and obey Caesar Monday through Saturday are denying the main purpose for the first coming of Christ."
Prophetic ministry is great, but sometimes we to hear specific statements from God about His authority over all things.
Don't let the talk of religion keep you from experiencing an unfathomable relationship with Christ.
We have reached a point in time when the world sits and waits for the proverbial "other shoe to drop."
Check the prophetic calendar and it is easy to see we have moved into days that many of us have proclaimed were coming for decades. Is this the next step?
We can learn plenty from Daniel about how to respond to the turmoil and decay in our society.
God is love. God is the Judge. There is no conflict, and we can expect Him to manifest according to His true nature.
"It is time for overflow; it is time for glorious overflow."
He said things like this: "The only reason we don't have revival is because we are willing to live without it!"
John G. Lake's healing rooms movement is rising rapidly in Israel.
Both Christians and non-Christians see evidence of a Creator. How does this belief affect our lives?
Nearly 500 years after the Protestant Reformation, the film Let the Lion Roar urges believers to "complete the Reformation" by reversing replacement theology in the church.
The Lord is searching for those who will say, "I will pay the price." Here's how you can build upon the foundations laid by those who have gone before us.
"Repentance and weeping are breaking out."
In the third of a three-part series, the founder and president of Somebody Cares International says we might face a seemingly impossible task, but with an obedient and humble heart, the church can forever change our nation's path.
God knows what we can handle, but He also knows that He expects much from us as Christ followers.