God’s Character

Breakthrough

Genesis 32:22-28 Do you want a breakthrough? When I say breakthrough, I am not talking about the Lord in all His glory with His angels stepping out of heaven to move a mountain on your behalf. What I mean when I say breakthrough, is moving from where you are, to where God wants you to be on your spiritual journey, because God is always

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Jesus’ High Priestly Prayer Uttered On the Eve of His Crucifixion

John 17:1-26 Jesus prayed this prayer while on His way to Gethsemane. His words are dominated, even in His (humanly speaking) darkest “hour”, by a spirit of high reverence for His Father and a loving concern for His then-present and future followers – Prayer for Himself: Glorification 1-8 “Glorify Thy Son, that the Son may glorify Thee”. Jesus is not self-seeking in asking that

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Believing God For Breakthrough

I Chronicles 14:8-17 On October 1, 1947 Chuck Yeager became the first person to break the sound barrier when he flew the Bell X-1 rocket plane to a speed of MACH 1 at an altitude of 45,000 feet. In aerodynamics, the sound barrier is the apparent physical boundary stopping large objects from becoming supersonic. But in 1947, Chuck Yeager became the first human to

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Setting The Course Of Your Destiny

James 3:1-8 God has a plan for every life – we recognize it as destiny). Ephesians1:5 having predestined us unto the adoption of children by Jesus Christ to himself, according to the good pleasure of his will Some people dispute predestination, but the Bible is full of this truth.  God predetermined that through Isaac he would bless all the nations of the world.

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Soaking In the Secret Place

Acts 10:9-16 Cornelius had a vision of an angel and the Lord told him to call for Peter. Cornelius sent a soldier and two servants to go find Peter. There are many lessons that can be drawn out of this story in Acts 10. Let’s focus on this one: Peter went up on the housetop to pray – the secret place! In his personal

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Restoring Vision

Haggai 1:1-14 The word restore means, “return something to previous condition: to bring something back to an earlier and better condition.” I believe that the church in general is in need of restoration. Personal spiritual restoration and cooperate spiritual restoration. There needs to be a restoring of the anointing of God in our lives, the church and in our ministry. There needs to be

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Knowing God And Making Him Known

The Reward Of Worship Is Knowing God And Making Him Known Philippians 3:1-15 When we speak of knowing God, it is important to understand that we are not talking about abstract or speculative thoughts concerning God or mystical experiences; but about coming alive to God through Jesus Christ and surrendering ourselves to Him in grateful love. (Rom. 12:1) As John says, “Whoever has the

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Identity Focus: I Am God’s Poem

Key Scripture: Ephesians 2:10 We are unfinished poems composed by the Master Poet. Sometimes, it seems that the events surrounding us don’t rhyme with how we think things should be. But He is far wiser than we are. When the day is done, we cannot imagine the beauty that He has done in our lives. His ways are always right. For we are God’s

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Reigniting Your Passion for God

Mark 12:30 & Revelation 2:1-7 The creative force behind all great art, drama, music, architecture and writing is passion. Nothing great is ever accomplished or sustained in life without passion. Passion is what energizes life. It makes the impossible possible. Passion gives you a reason to get up in the morning and say, “I’m going to do something with my life today.” Without passion,

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Vision Month – The Power of Purpose

Vision Month – The Power of Purpose Scripture: Nehemiah 4:6-15 Proverbs 29:18 (KJV) states, “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” Bill Hybels, in his book Courageous Leadership, tells us, “When a leader is casting a vision publicly, the goal is to help people know, understand, and remember the ‘main thing’.” Purpose is all about keeping the “main thing” the “main thing.” We

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