DAILY 365 May 19 God will not take second place even to His service! You know, we get too busy sometimes. We get so busy SERVING Him we forget to LOVE Him. This is the greatest temptation of workers for the Lord, the greatest danger!–For if you neglect your fellowship with the King of kings because you’re so busy with the affairs of the Kingdom, it can be disastrous.. Read More
Releasing the treasure within this earthen vessel – Christ in you! By Mark Virkler 2 Cor 4:7 we have this treasure in earthen vessels that the excellency of the power may be of God and not of us. Rom 8:9 the Spirit of God dwells in you. Col 1:27 Christ in you
The Command prayer is the most frequent type of healing prayer in the Gospels and Acts, so expect the Lord to lead you to use the prayer of command a lot in healing prayer. We use Commanding prayers to speak directly to the problem. Commanding prayers are different to petitioning prayers that we ask of God. Commanding means we ourselves are decreeing something to happen in Jesus’ name. We have.. Read More
by Mel Wild Just how do we obey Jesus? And, for that matter, how do we actually do what Jesus did? Secondly, what is the outcome of this obedience? I ask this because when you understand what I have to say, it will unlock the deepest desires of your heart! A lot has been taught and written about obedience to Christ, but I submit to you that it’s both impossible for us to.. Read More
The Vital Role of praying in Tongues -by Dave Roberson (Note: Although the author refers to the Holy Spirit throughout as “He”, the Holy Spirit is feminine in Hebrew; neuter in Greek.) Author’s Introduction: The very measure of God’s power in a believer’s life is dependent on how much of his life is ordered by the Holy Ghost. Over the decades, the Lord has imparted a wealth of revelation knowledge to.. Read More
You can have a thriving ministry without a thriving relationship with God, but only temporarily. Anyone can fake it in the short run, but to go the distance, you need a passionate devotional life and continual closeness to Jesus. Often, pastors tend to allow the busyness of ministry and the necessity of studying for sermon preparation to replace a real, personal walk with Jesus. But God wants better for you.
Last time, I laid the foundation for why we should work from rest, which is simply abiding in Christ when you’re busy doing other things. It might be a good idea to read part one first if you haven’t already done so. And, as I mentioned last time, the Christian life (that gives life) is only possible when abiding in Christ is fully integrated into everything we do. For Christ.. Read More
“That the sharing of your faith may become effective by the acknowledgment of every good thing which is in you in Christ Jesus.” (Philemon 1:6) We, as the children of God, are called to work from rest. As the writer of Hebrews told us, this rest is where our faith intersects the promises of God. Simply put, we do this by abiding in Christ.
Think of it! The great God, the Creator of the universe, needs you and me. You see, Jesus is incomplete without us. He is love, and without someone to love, He cannot give as His nature compels Him to. Therefore He needs us, the object of His love, and then He needs and desperately wants us to return His love. He yearns for us, He weeps for us, He longs.. Read More