Do we look to God expecting His help, His guidance, His fellowship? Jesus paved the way for us to come boldly before the throne of grace to find help in our time of need. (Hebrews 4:16) The Father wants us to come to Him expecting that He will help us.
A brand new video with a brand new format, Zoë Minute! This week’s inspirational minute is based on Romans 8:28. Be encouraged, God works in everything for our good!
Satan has NO defense against the blood of Jesus, that’s why he has tried so hard to hide the truth about its power and authority against him! He knows that the “truth that we know” will set us free. (John 8:32)
The benefit of the Blood of Jesus doesn’t stop at salvation and it is not limited to washing and cleansing us from sin. When applied by faith it can be used for protection over ourselves and family, spoken over our property and possessions, used to reject sickness and disease, and certainly used to stay the…
We’ve been robbed! We have allowed the strongman to enter our house and steal from us a mighty weapon against his attacks. What am I talking about?; the shed Blood of Jesus Christ; the primary weapon against Satan!
The people in our nation, our states, and cities are dying without Jesus. It’s not a time for silence; people need the Lord! People need to know about the hope only Jesus can bring them.
Our Lord places a lot of emphasis on obedience. Unlike man’s demands of obedience to foster control, our Lord’s commandment to obey is for our good. Remember, Isaiah 1:19 (NKJV), “If you are willing and obedient, you shall eat the good of the land.”
Have you ever found yourself in trouble because of something you did wrong? If you allow Satan to convince you that because you brought trouble upon yourself, God won’t help you, you will miss your deliverance!
I believe the following scripture epitomizes the Christmas message. John 3:16 NKJV: “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life”.
God has done His part. When we cry out to Him, He answers, He tells us what to do, and it’s up to us to grab a hold or take possession of our deliverance.