Here's how you can tell whether the Holy Spirit is making you aware of your sin or the enemy is making you feel guilty.
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Women of God, what will your role be in these tumultuous times? Will you cower or will you care?
The devil will use you as a doormat if you let him. Learn to discern the wiles of the wicked one and win the good fight of faith.
Read the story of Rosaria Champagne Butterfield, a woman that discovered that the gospel not only came with grace but also demanded irreconcilable war.
Mike Rakes deconstructs the negative thoughts and attitudes that infiltrate our minds and reveals how our thoughts strengthen or undermine the courage and confidence of our hearts.
In the early church, as seen in the book of Acts, angelic activity was so commonplace it was almost taken for granted. Today, we need warring angels more than ever.
All human beings hate suffering. Very few human beings hate sin. We're not getting the connection. It is a parable.
"I hear a call for those miracle marshals to come forth. I see mantles of might falling from heaven upon God's chosen vessels."
Witch doctors and demons don't stand a chance when he hits their land.
Do you agree with him?
In our zeal to defend the Holy Spirit, we sometimes run the risk of defending wrong behavior. Read part 3 of a 3-part series.
If we are living a repentant life, rejecting our sin and understanding that God deeply loves us and is ready to set us free, isn't that a good place to be?
In the second of a two-part series, pastor Shane Idleman looks at how leaders can limit the Holy Spirit instead of releasing into the lives of their congregations.
Almost all of earth's inhabitants have some impression of heaven. What is yours?
Are you one of the mighty warriors of today who will jump into a pit and take on America's problems face to face?
In the last of a four-part series from prophetic messenger and revivalist John Burton, the question of "are we believing in a theology of exemption" arises in these end times.
We need to understand that we are in a war zone every day. Satan wants to steal, kill and destroy from our lives, as it says in John 10:10.
Do we tend to trivialize the Holy Spirit because we have never experienced His over-whelming power and presence? Should we not pursue the deeper life?
"We were made for a spiritual fight ... ."