The Privilege of Prayer

The Privilege of Prayer

We don’t always think of prayer as a privilege, but when we are engaged in an active prayer life we see just how true this is. When we rely on God and rest on His promises, when we seek the Lord with all our hearts, we will see there is power in prayer.

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Things That Go Bump in the Night

Things That Go Bump in the Night

Bad things happen. We have bad days. Things don’t go according to how we expected. God didn’t answer your prayer in the way you asked. But God tell us in Isaiah 41:10: “Fear not, for I am with you;
Be not dismayed, for I am your God.I will strengthen you, Yes, I will help you, I will uphold you with My righteous right hand.” Even when things don’t go as expected, we can still trust and rely on God; He is with us. He promises.

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Grace Changes Everything

Grace Changes Everything

You don’t have to look far, search the headlines, or conduct a research study to find evidence of the increase in family breakdown. Left and right, even in our own circles, we can see the influence of Satan on marriages and families. Stress, business, societal changes, changes in expectations, bitterness, lack of commitment, unforgiveness, and anything else Satan can utilize to sabotage the family can mean the demise of a relationship, of a family. But when grace is manifested in life of the believer, that relationship will thrive.

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Compromise: The Silent Killer

Compromise: The Silent Killer

Would you say God expects His people to be truthful to His word? Does God permit a little compromise here, and a little there? Sometimes we allow our boat to go off course. Compromise is like the current that can shift our direction, even ever so slightly, leaving us exposed to choppy, dangerous waters ahead. If you’ve compromised, let God take steer of your boat today.

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The Power of Touch

The Power of Touch

Jesus wants to touch you and make you whole. He stands there with hand extended, but sometimes we hold back. Perhaps we don’t want to be made whole, or we want to be healed by only in part… just enough to look and feel right, but not enough to be made perfectly whole. Why? What sin keeps you from reaching back to take the Savior’s hand?

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