Trusting God for All Our Needs

I cried and cried. We didn’t tell anyone but the Lord. I spent time talking to God about what he had asked us to do. He wanted us to move to a new city where we didn’t know anyone, make sacrifices and yet here we were in this situation. I remember being brutally honest with the Lord in my prayer time.

When it seems like our prayers aren’t being answered

We do not need to fear the enemy, including when he seems relentless and our defense doesn't seem to be working. Truthfully speaking, the enemy lost at the cross. He lost the war, but he doesn't like to give up in the battle. How much more should we, who won the war in Christ, not give up in the battle? Why do we say, "Oh well. Jesus won the war, so who cares if we lose this battle?" 

Waiting on the Promises

What have you been waiting on the Lord for? A breakthrough? Healing? Deliverance from an oppressive situation? Our need and our pain reveal a greater glory that we were created for. Hunger suggests that we were created for food. Exhaustion says that we were created for rest and strength. Loneliness calls that we have a …

The Encouragers

Some people in the body of Christ have a special gift to encourage. The first encourager listed in scripture was Barnabas. “Joseph, a Levite from Cyprus, whom the apostles called Barnabas (which means ‘son of encouragement’), sold a field he owned and brought the money and put it at the apostles’ feet.”‭‭Acts‬ ‭4:36-37‬ ‭ Barnabas …

40 Days of Prayer and Fasting – Day 39 – Stay the Course- Finding Truth in the Middle of Chaos

Paul tells the people that the rapture or the catching away of the church will not happen until the rebellion occurs and the Man of Lawlessness is revealed. I believe we have been in the middle of a the great falling away for several years now. Left and right people are experiencing what they call "deconstruction of faith." Soon, I believe we will see the unveiling of the Man of Lawlessness. The church will see it.