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If You’re Tired of Waiting..Do This!

Not that I have already obtained all this, or have already arrived at my goal, but I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me. Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself

Sometimes the Best Prayers are the Unanswered Ones!

In an instant-gratification-addicted world, where we need and want answers, meals, information and almost everything instantly, we sometimes treat our prayer life the same way. If we don’t get an answer or see a situation change in about a week,

Keep seeking God, expect Him to lead you New Ways!

Walking with God is often a step-by-step process. The Bible is a great resource that shows us how to walk with God.  In the very first book of the Bible, Genesis, we see men walking with God, not only Enoch

If You’ve Had it with Problems, Try This!

All we need is mustard seed faith. Just a bit is enough to begin. As a cup of water poured down the old well can prime the pump, and set the waters flowing, all you need today is faith to

When YOU Pray, Do You Really Think God Will Answer?

Do you expect God to answer prayer? Or do you, like me, struggle to maintain a prayerfully expectant heart? For years, maybe even decades, Simeon had been waiting for God to fulfill a promise. Was he weary of waiting? I

If You’ve prayed,Let God Ease Your Worries!

For many people, their worries and anxieties can distort their perception of what is reality and what is not.  God doesn’t want you walking around worried and trying to figure things out on your own, this is why He offers

Your Prayers May Change Things, 10 Ways it did in the Bible!

If you’re going to say a prayer, it’s probably because you want something to change. When you pray for a blessing, you want to feel blessed afterward. When you pray for protection, you want to feel safe afterward. When you

New Wine and Old Skins

“You can’t teach an old dog new tricks.” “He’s old and stuck in his ways.” “She’s never going to change.” There is an ingrained, all-too-often-proved-true, prejudice that when we get older we can’t, or won’t, change any more. This is

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