Without the mind of Christ, our decision making is confined to our own human reasoning. When we trust God to lead us and allow the Holy Spirit to pray through us, our response will be the right answer that God is looking for from us.
Sometimes we see “waiting” as a non-productive stance; yet, nothing can be further from the truth.
You’re doing all you can to hold on and believe God, but time has passed, things have not gotten better and you are sorely tempted to give up. You may be praying, “Lord, help me overcome my unbelief!”
Worship creates an atmosphere for God’s presence and in that atmosphere our ears and hearts are receptive to His voice.
You might not know your assignment when God calls you or you may know exactly what He is asking you to do. The question becomes; how will you respond?
“Here I am” …words that cannot be taken lightly. To God they say so much more than a casual answer to our name being called. They hold deep meaning of a life of commitment to the goals and plans of the Father.
Our memories are often very powerful. Have you ever had someone say something to you and later you not only remembered it but you could hear them saying it? I’d bet we all have memories of what has been spoken over our lives. Some good and some bad. “Words means things” In other words, we have to…
Anger promotes hatred, hatred promotes unforgiveness and unforgiveness promotes bitterness.
Satan uses unforgiveness as a tactic to convince us our feelings are justified when we are hurt by others. (Matthew 11:25)
Matthew 4:4 (MSG) reads, “It takes more than bread to stay alive. It takes a steady stream of words from God’s mouth!”