The need for sustaining a move of God has never been more apparent than in these turbulent times. To keep revival fires burning, one must not only stoke the fire, but have an abundant source of oxygen, the wind of the Holy Spirit.
God’s quest to have a people of His own runs throughout the history of the Bible. In the Old Testament He took the nation of Israel as a jewel. Today He wants to make us something special, a treasured possession.
God wants to pour into you as a builder of builders and will help you not to fall back on the “Old Wine” of religious experience and to live by principles not by methods.
There are some profound differences between the anointing, the manifest presence of God, and the glory of the Lord. These are demonstrated in visible ways throughout Scripture.
Delays of promises from God and prophetic utterances coming to pass often throw Christians off track. For those struggling with this, realizing God has not abandoned you is very important.
God’s presence in your life is everything. Will you make room for His presence?
When I live expectantly, looking for the Kingdom of God it changes my character. Today, I want to not only be looking for Him to come to set up the eternal Kingdom (come, Lord Jesus) but I also want to be expectantly looking for the Kingdom happening around me.
Am I on the lookout for activities of the Kingdom of God that are occurring around me? Sometimes I can be so busy looking for what I perceive to be the big kingdom stuff that I miss Kingdom activities. Guest Evangelist Michael Livengood brings focus to the Kingdom around us.