At the End of the Road

As we continue to grow in our Christian lives, we experience the matchless honor of receiving the impartation of His character. We know His everlasting love for others because it is burning in our own hearts (2), and though we are nothing before Him, we can do all things through...

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Nothing Mundane

It is selfish to overlook what God has given to us. People take many things for granted. They do not realize that when God is in something, it is sacred. A place can become sacred as well as a relationship. How do we get to the place where all things...

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Perception vs. Reception

The average believer has more knowledge then he needs. He could freely diagnose any situation that comes into his life. Although he may know much about the Lord, he has not truly received it until he starts appropriating it in his daily life. Matthew 10:8b says, “Freely ye have received,...

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Idle Words

God is in heaven listening every time we speak. Our speech is often vain and empty, demonstrating our inability to evaluate. Again, listen to these words “not that we are sufficient in ourselves to evaluate anything, this evaluation originating from ourselves…” It is impossible for the Word of God to...

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Believe on the Word

Faith must never be in faith itself; it always depends upon the object, which is the Word of God. This includes the principles, promises, and provisions for love, healing, forgiveness and restoration. We are simply to believe the Word of God. This emphasis is the object of our faith. Let...

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Choose Life!

One of the first gifts God gave to man was that of free choice. “And the Lord God commanded the man, saying of every tree of the garden thou mayest freely eat: But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for...

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The Experiential Believer

Not many believers make the decision to take up their cross daily. Some get up and have devotions, but not in the full understanding of taking up a personal cross for that particular day. For example, you enter into your first situation being totally unoccupied with self. “You are dead,...

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The Creative Approach

Divine creativity is born out of unconditional love and grace and is communicated in practical action. It cares for the other person and identifies with his biological and physical make-up. It is a way to improve situations without negativity. Whenever you think of a way to improve something, take the...

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All Things to All Men

In I Corinthians 9:19, the Apostle Paul states, “For though I be free from all men, yet have I made myself servant unto all, that I might gain the more.” Paul had official right as an Apostle, but he gave them up for the furtherance of the Gospel. Yes, he...

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