These three guidelines from Scripture will help you hear the Holy Spirit right where you are, right now.
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We must have an expectation and desire for God to help us in times of despair and need, remembering we are no longer victims but victors in Christ Jesus.
The moment we accept Christ as our Savior, our spirits are revived, but our souls still needs to be transformed, renewed and delivered.
Jesus invites us to receive the remedy for our numb, tired hearts.
The concept of loving Jesus will transform into practical application.
The real miracle is the availability of God, the invitation to trust Him.
For many people, this past year was a traumatic experience. But God has promised to renew our strength!
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We cannot control what happens around us, but we can control what happens inside us.
In Romans 5:3, Paul tells us the difficult things we go through produce in us a steadfastness we wouldn't otherwise have.
Testimonies of faith bled from the beginning hallmarks of doubting Thomas, mocking Sarah and faithless Peter.
A look at the prophet Habakkuk provides insight for intercessors today.
This especially applies in your walk with God.
"She didn't have to ask us any questions; she knew before we told her."
Jesus taught a parable in Luke 6 about the subject of a good foundation.
Don't stop to argue with people who are not even in the race.
It's time to take action with the tools Jesus made available through the cross.
Your trial can become your testimony.
When problems arise or crisis hits, it's easy to be overwhelmed by the situation.
Our heavenly Father is actively working in our lives to produce character, tenacity, perseverance and more. Delay does not mean denial.
No matter how orderly you are, you desperately need Him to bring order to your world.