Throughout the history of the church and scriptures, we have examples of men and women that have given themselves up to lead a lifestyle of praying with great benefits
ALL believers are waiting on the promises of God to be fulfilled in their lives, and in the lives of their friends and loved one. But what do we do while we’re waiting?
God’s presence, dwells upon our praises! God comes in and remains seated in our midst because His children are seeking Him.
To consecrate ourselves, it involves us taking an action. It is to set something or someone apart for a specific purpose and use
God’s plans for us, are not what we envision it to be. You might envision God’s plan for you to be prosperous in a material sense, with no problems, and easy-going. We often reject the idea that sometimes God’s plan involves hardships, lost and sometimes it involves suffering.
Conversion affects a sinner in two ways. He will make him reformed or transformed. A reformed person turns from sin without turning to God. (Each and every one of us has the will to stop doing something that is sinful.)
Why is it important to set family goals? Because it will be your guide for the year, as to what you want to see accomplished in your family’s spiritual life.
We need to adorn ourselves with clothes that reflect our professions as followers of a Holy God!
Tradition in and of itself is not bad, in fact in the book of 2 Thessalonians 2:15 it says as follows, “So then, brothers, stand firm and hold to the traditions that you were taught by us, either by our spoken word or by our letter.”
I will be satisfied as if I had eaten the best foods. My lips will sing, and my mouth will praise you.” Psalms 63:1-5