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Accepting His Great Love

Accepting His Great Love

The Old Testament was given by the Holy Spirit to the prophets of old and was completed approximately four hundred fifty years before Christ Jesus was born in Bethlehem.

This is especially exciting for Bible scholars as they understand how more than three hundred prophecies, many in graphic detail, were meticulously predicted throughout the Old Testament, then astonishingly fulfilled one by one through the birth, life, crucifixion, burial, resurrection, and ascension […]

Christ is Compassionate

Christ is Compassionate

“Wherefore in all things it behoved him to be made like unto his brethren, that he might be a merciful [compassionate] and faithful high priest.” (Hebrews 2:17)

We have already seen that both the words merciful and compassionate are given as the meaning of the Greek adjective eleemon, which is translated “merciful” in this passage.

This verse has no reference to Christ’s compassion as manifested during His earthly ministry; it refers only to […]

So Great a Love

So Great a Love

“And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love.” 1 Corinthians 13:13

When we love God in response to His love for us, everything changes. What and how I give back to Him are only partial expressions of my love. I also love Him in my service, in my worship, in my dedication, in my obedience, in my relationships – in everything. If my […]

Our Triumph

Our Triumph

The cross of Jesus is the throne of the universe. It is the pathway to power, authority, and victory! The only people with genuine power over the devil are those who choose the cross, allowing it to deliver them from self.

Matthew 16:24-26 tells us:

“Then said Jesus unto his disciples, If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me. For whosoever will save […]

Breakthrough with Intercession

Breakthrough with Intercession


Often I have met people who tell me, “I’m an intercessor.” Yet when I talk with them, it becomes clear they simply see their role in ministry as “praying for others.”

True intercession has a far deeper meaning and is the result of a relationship with the Lord that is immeasurable.

Communion is marvelous, but intercession is where a spiritual breakthrough occurs.

It is only by taking each of the steps we have already […]

Ask In Faith

Ask In Faith


Jesus said, “Ask the Father in My name.” Even though you are approaching God through His Son, it is still the Father you are asking for the gift. And your request goes through the Son to the Father.

How is that gift returned? Let’s say your request is for healing. God the Father… looks at God the Son and says, “Would you please heal him?”

Christ delivers the healing. […]

This One Thing

This One Thing


What is the one thing you want more than anything else? Until you answer this one question, and unless you begin seeking God with deep hunger and mighty thirst, literally to be as the deer in search of life-giving water—“As the hart panteth after the water brooks, so panteth my soul after thee, O God” (Psalm 42:1)—you will not enjoy a blessed relationship with God the Father, nor will […]

Where is Your Faith

Where is Your Faith


Fear is unknown in heaven because God is there. He is on the earth, too, because he is omnipresent. Therefore, we can conquer fear. God is not afraid, and those who believe in him should not be afraid. Whoever has God’s spirit in him has the spiritual part of heaven in him. It is the spirit that controls all things, even fear.

Jesus is with those who […]

Assembled for Prayer

Assembled for Prayer


If you will read in the last chapters of Matthew and of Luke the commission that Christ gave to His disciples, and, in connection, read the first and second chapters of the book of Acts, you will be prepared to appreciate what I have to say at this time.

First of all, the disciples had already been converted to Christ, and their faith had been confirmed by […]