There are 3 heavens approaches to problems through prayer. One will lead to worry, another to fear, but there’s an approach that will lead to hope and rest.
We are not meant to live in grief. Grief and sorrow drain you of life. God gives life. We are to live in constant awareness of God’s hope that leads us to joy.
Don’t limit your prayers by what you think is possible or right. Trust the Holy Spirit’s leading and pray in faith. You may be surprised what God will do.
While it seems more Christians are talking about audacious prayers and believing God for great things, it seems that have missed the secret warning label.
God’s not just casually in love with you, but most Christians miss it; He loves with a passionate, unfailing love. Read these Bible verses on God’s love for us.
God wants us to be so satisfied with how He made us that we would stop looking for approval in what we do. Biblical humility is living who you were created.
The Bible tells us there is power in the name of Jesus. It enables our salvation, deliverance, and sanctification. But, what does the name of Jesus mean?
Let’s All Be Brave by Annie Downs has two purposes it is trying to tell: 1. God made you on purpose and 2. God made you to be brave. Here is a quick review.
Do you want to move past the problems in your life? Then get to know how God sees you. Listen to His voice. It’s how to overcome problems.
Prayers of many Christians are being held back because of lies they believe. Revolutionize your prayers with these two truth and add life to your prayers.
Breaking Free by Kevin Shorter looks at the roots that allowed addiction to spring up and how to eradicate them. Freedom is available!
What if you’re asked to pray for something God doesn’t want to answer? Prayer is knowing the heart of God for others and engaging Him on that level.