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The Spirit Leads Our Prayers

The Spirit Leads Our Prayers —  Prayer and faith are not a formula. Do we ever copy other people’s prayer styles or accept their perspective of God’s will simply because we have failed to experientially developed our own? Is the world affecting our prayer life instead of the other way around? Are we surrendered to…

Love Like a Fire – Part 2

Love Like a Fire – Part 2 —  Through Jesus, we have been given access to enter God’s presence with boldness, frankness, and confidence. God’s purpose for the church is to display his manifold wisdom to the darkness that stands in opposition to the Kingdom of God. Christ is the Solution-provider, and we the Church…

A Discussion About More

A Discussion About More – God expects His people to live by faith and to grow in faith. God has placed within all hearts the desire to grow, achieve, and pursue greatness within the scope of their environments. Such desires are healthy and God-given. Jesus never told His disciples to deny themselves of these pursuits.…

Surfacing Anger and Disappointment

Surfacing Anger and Disappointment – God had an eternal plan that was contrary to Jonah’s emotional needs. God allowed circumstances and events to bring to surface Jonah’s lingering anger and disappointment toward the Father. However, even with a bad attitude, God blessed Jonah and took care of Him. God will build our trust in Him as…

Psalm 91: Our Needs

Psalm 91 – Part 2: Our Needs — Psalm 91 is first and foremost an invitation to intimacy with God. It’s easy for fears and needs to drive a wedge between us and the Father, because they tend to create anxiety when not met. We have to protect the beauty of intimacy with the Father,…

Psalm 91: God’s Heart

Psalm 91: God’s Heart — Psalm 91 is first and foremost an invitation to intimacy with God. Satan himself misquoted/abused Psalm 91, to manipulate Jesus away from intamacy with the Father and toward legalistic thinking. Why should we expect any different experience? The promises of Psalm 91 come from God’s heart, they are often eternally…