Your present condition does not dictate your future, your faith in God does.
The Word of God is living and active. If you confess the Word of God over your heart and life, it will not return void. We encourage you to meditate on these confessions.


And I have put my words in thy mouth, and I have covered thee in the shadow of mine hand, that I may plant the heavens, and lay the foundations of the earth, and say unto Zion, Thou art my people. (Isaiah 51:16)

The Lord has put His words in my mouth therefore I shall be his mouthpiece, and because He covers me I shall not be afraid to speak.

May 14, 2016

Speaking in Tongues

A very large percent of Spirit-baptized Christians don’t understand the purposes and benefits of speaking in tongues.
Millions of Christians have received the gift of the Holy Spirit, yet most do not utilize this precious gift to its full potential.

Many who speak in tongues on a regular basis do not fully understand all the benefits this gift brings.
Speaking in tongues is a God-given, Holy Spirit-infused gift that has changed hearts and minds for generations.

You can learn how to use your spirit language to see prayers answered, activate more faith, receive healing, gain victory in spiritual battles, and to effectively intercede in prayer for a world needing to heed the message of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
You can utilize the gifts of the Holy Spirit through speaking in tongues to increase God’s love and power within your life and ministry.
When your emotions are down, when your mind is dull, when you need to hear from God desperately begin to speak in tongues.

On the Day of Pentecost, the early church "received power when the Holy Spirit came upon them." I want that kind of power today, what about you?
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May 1, 2016

The Father's Heart

"But when he was yet a great way off, his father saw him, and had compassion, and ran, and fell on his neck, and kissed him."
(Luke 15:20)

If we could ever truly understand the heart of our heavenly Father, we would never treat sinners like lepers. Jesus told a story that can give us a glimpse of that heart. It's the story we call the prodigal son.

Its my guess you might have heard it many times, how the son rebelled and dishonored his father, and how the father, in spite of it all, received him home with joy when he repented. But there's one sentence in it I want to draw your attention to. It's this one: "But when he [the prodigal son] was yet a long way off, his father saw him."

This sentence gives such a profound glimpse of the heart of the father. It tells us that even before the boy had repented, even during those long days when he was living in sin,the father was watching for him, longing for him to come home.

Every morning he scanned the horizon, hoping to see a glimpse of his son. And the last thing at night he would look again, straining his eyes to see. His son was constantly in his thoughts, and his heart was so full of love for him, that on the day his son came home, the father ran to him and kissed him.

That is the kind of heart our heavenly Father has for those who are lost. It's the kind of heart He had for us while we were still wandering in the world. It's the kind of heart that opened up to us and embraced us while we were still in sin.

There are many weary people out there who haven't yet found that embrace. They're more than just "sinners," they're our potential brothers...lost ones in desperate need of a loving heavenly Father. May He help us to start looking out for them and welcoming them home.

Repentance is a God given opportunity to enter into the blessings of the Lord and escape from the oppression of the enemy.
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A Christian who loves to write about christian living, natural health and self improvement. I pray daily that the love and grace of God will be poured out through my life to others. I remind myself daily that whether or not I have "witnessed" I am still a witness in everything I do.