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spiritual language

The Beauty of Spiritual Language | Part 2

The Bible tells us that the enemy comes as an imposter and seeks to discredit the things of God. That is why we are warned that, “Satan masquerades as an angel of light” (2 Corinthians 11:14). One of the ways he does this is by tainting rich and life-giving aspects of our relationship with the…

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The Beauty of Spiritual Language | Part 1

The Bible tells us that the enemy comes as an imposter and seeks to discredit the things of God. That is why we are warned that, “Satan masquerades as an angel of light” (2 Corinthians 11:14). One of the ways he does this is by tainting rich and life-giving aspects of our relationship with the…

facing temptation

Facing Temptation

No matter our life stage, temptations surrounds us and if we’re unprepared or unsuspecting, we can easily become trapped. Some temptations and trials are obviously bad and destructive, but others look benign or even good. Temptation seeks to ensnare us and ultimately encase our lives in shame. Thankfully, Jesus has a different plan! In the…

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Releasing Forgiveness

While we may have heard teaching on forgiveness many times and feel confident in our understanding of what it is, consider the Parable of the Unforgiving Debtor in Matthew 18. Verse 35 may give us reason to revisit our understanding of forgiveness. It says, “So my heavenly Father also will do to you if each…

God who provides

The God of Provision

Provision is something that many of us pray about regularly, and the Lord’s prayer encourages us to shamelessly pray for provision. In fact, the whole middle of the Lord’s prayer is filled with petitions and requests for spiritual and practical needs. Jesus told His disciples to pray in this manner…. “Give us this day our…

dealing with disappointment

Dealing with Disappointment

The Lord’s Prayer is filled with asking. It starts and ends with praise, and is filled with requests. The first three asks are directed to God (Matthew 6:9-10): His name, kingdom, and will; and the last three toward human needs (:11-13): physical, relational, and spiritual. It’s encouraging that this model prayer embraces both our physical…

teach us to pray

Teach Us to Pray

Prayer is the primary way God releases His power through His people. Does this statement strike you? Prayer is one of those topics that elicits more thoughts of failure than excitement. The disciples were excited to pray. They observed Jesus praying to the Father and said, “Lord, teach us to pray” (Luke 11:1). We don’t…

intersection

Divine Intersection

Imagine you’re sitting at a red light watching other vehicles drive past. Not only does pausing at an intersection teach patience, it also mirrors the invitation that the Lord gives us when we participate with Him through prayer. Prayer is releasing what God has intended to do and calling forth today what God has spoken…

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Prayer that Breaks Through

Prayer is a powerful and exercise that sometimes comes with a lot of questions. Why keep praying when we don’t see results? Does God have all power? For Him to release that power, do we need to pray? Have you ever contemplated questions like this as it pertains to prayer? If we understand a few…

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Increasing Your Bandwidth | Keys to Working Smarter in the Kingdom

Many of us have those seasons in life where we can’t seem to say no to things.  The word “no” can be scary.  The look of disappointment on your friend’s face when you say you can’t make their party.  Or worse, it’s a boss who needs a favor and saying no could have professional repercussions….