We are exhorted in the Word to give thanks in everything and for everything. Find out what thanksgiving produces in your life.
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When the Mayflower landed at Plymouth, Mass., the Pilgrim fathers were full of expectancy. What they got was less than expected.
Joshua was both a good soldier and wise servant of God. He shouldn't have been able to conquer Jericho, but he did. Understanding what led to Joshua's victory could help you in your next battle.
We don't need to prove God is. He just is. Find out the two things you need to do in order to reveal God to others.
Your have two choices to make every day, and what you choose determines the kind of day you will have. What will you choose?
Many Christians mistakenly try to mix law and grace. Both are biblical methods for achieving righteousness, but they are mutually exclusive.
How does your life reflect the servant attitude of Jesus Christ? Rod Parsley says the kingdom of God is exemplified through our willingness to serve.
On the Day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit performed signs, wonders and miracles. Find out what God wants to use in your life to bestow blessings.
The victory is ours, and the battle is the Lords. Trust Him. He packs a stronger punch than you ever could.
In biblical days, there was never a question about accurately discerning a genuine word from God. Find out the commonality among prophets.
Our weaknesses are painful and often bring us shame. But in order for the church to offer any kind of healing, there are two things we need to do, says J. Lee Grady.
In a recent interview with Piers Morgan on CNN, Mark Driscoll came face-to-face with the new definition of tolerance, which is dramatically different from the old one. Find out what the differences are.
How does God's definition of success differ from the world's version? Watch pastor Mark DeYmaz of Mosaic Church in central Arkansas explain.
The revelation of Psalm 23 filled David with confidence in Godfor good reason. Gloria Copeland believes the chapter reveals what God wants to do for us here on earth.
Our religious traditions imply God demands perfection in order to bless us. Not so. We should come to understand one thing, says Gloria Copeland.
Do you wince at the college student with blue hair in the back pew? Or the tattooed biker in the church lobby? You could be blocking the work of the Holy Spirit and not even know it.
Momentary encounters with the Lord are wonderful, but we can dwell in His glory all the time. Find out how prophetic revivalist Matt Sorger says it's possible.
The purpose of prophecy is always to strengthen and promote something greater than itself. Mike Bickle worries some are getting off track, however.
Paul wanted us to comprehend four precious dimensions of the love of Jesus. Find out what they are and how they apply to your life.
Praise and worship are powerful. Find out how they literally drown out the demonic forces that may come against you.