The Bible describes our God as a covenant-keeping God. Many Christians miss out on God’s blessings for their lives and become disillusioned thinking that God doesn’t hear them, especially if situations are not working out in their favor.
To function in faith and see breakthrough in our lives, it is imperative as believers that we understand the “perfect partnership” that the Lord desires with us. Comprehending what is God’s part and what is our part, and walking in the balance of grace and faith helps to position us for victory.
Prayer is the greatest untapped resource on the face of the Earth. As God keeps pouring out of his unfailing love, tremendous blessings are released to those who are loyal to him.
Throughout the Bible, men and women of God humbled themselves before Him in prayer and fasting. For them, the spiritual discipline of fasting was one of the basics. Although it seems like this discipline is often neglected in discussions surrounding our faith, fasting holds the potential of bringing us to a place of deepening our connection to God.
As we are praying for our families to come to the knowledge of Jesus Christ, we need to have faith in miracles. This is the third message of four in our series called “Family coming in”. Believe for a miracle in your family and watch our Covenant keeping God move greatly in their hearts and draw them unto Himself.
The Covenant we have with God covers our families. Our role is to align ourselves with the Lord so we can be effective partners with His saving work in our loved ones’ lives.
When everything seems crazy or feels crazy, prayer to a faithful God is a powerful game changer, bringing peace that transcends human understanding.
As principles of faith are applied, we can rise up to where the Lord Jesus has called us, into a transformed and victorious life following Him on the path once again.
Fear can be overcome when we believe God’s Word. Isaiah 41:10 is a promise of God that can set us free from the grip of fear when we receive revelation of its truth.
We need faith to change our world, by seeking his hand of great love. In faith, we use all the weapons he provided for us, and then stand on that faith.