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You Never Know, How God will Use A Tiny Seed, or A Tiny Deed!

The Bible says: Do not despise small beginnings, for the Lord rejoices to see the work begin… (Zechariah 4:10). But somewhere deep inside us, our own voice of doubt mocks us: I see what others have done with their lives

Tired? Try Keeping YOUR Eyes on the Real Prize!

Politicians talk about change as if it is some precious metal not easily mined or the holy grail to be recovered. They tout their ability to bring change. They may even talk about the quality of change they hope to

God Has Reasons For Hard Times!

We all heard that going through trials makes us stronger after the initial sting has faded into our consciousness. In order to handle difficulties we need to go through tough times. This builds character, boldness, and allows us to help

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

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

Problems? Turn To God’s Word- Have Faith!

The bible contains the word of God which directly speaks to us not only when we are faced with difficult situation but a daily guide for our short stay on earth, so with that in mind, here’s your Bible verse

What Happened?

If God created the world not just to be “good” (Genesis 1:4, 10, 12, 18, 21, 25), but also to be “very good” (Genesis 1:31), what happened? Why did chaos, pain, and death come into our world? Why do death,

Maybe Your Problems are Pushing You to Pray For Revival!

“God doesn’t answer prayer. He answers desperate prayer.” I can still remember my feelings of shock and bewilderment as Leonard Ravenhill, the late church statesman, spoke these difficult words to me. Of course God answers prayer, I thought. But after

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