When we begin to understand the nature of God, we cannot help but be awestruck and humbled. Thanksgiving and love are the only appropriate response. As we step out in faith, we do so based on the character of God (bless your name forever and ever), not our own worthiness. We can declare that God is foremost in our life (I will extol you, my God and my King) when we begin to understand the nature…
Spiritual growth is not a straight climb. We experience times of major forward progress. Then we reach a plateau stage, where things roll along smoothly.
The power of the uttered and thought word cannot be underestimated. We can use the creative authority of the word to craft a life of joy or pain.
Have you noticed how one negative thought can quickly turn a positive state of mind into a chaotic mess?
When we begin to understand our spiritual heritage, our entire perspective is changed forever. The commonwealth of God is only experienced from the perspective of unity.
When we approach God in prayer, we must do so with an understanding of the Truth. God is divine law and just like the laws of nature there are certain rules (principles) that must be adhered to in order to effectively communicate with God.
When we sit back and truly contemplate all that we are, we cannot help but be mesmerized.
In the Scriptures we see many different types of relationships between man and woman, beginning of course with the story of Adam and Eve.
How long? This is the eternal human cry. Waiting on God is one of the greatest challenges every believer faces.
Once we have given our lives to God, we can reach out to God in humility in the times that are the darkest and find light.
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