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Embracing the Love God Wants You to Have

Has the unmet need of the love and happiness you truly desire left you feeling unfulfilled? Do you struggle in striking that all-important balance between giving and receiving love? Embracing the Love God Wants You to Have is a powerful and practical guide to transforming your life by nurturing your... (read more)


Manifesting God’s Grace

God loves us so much that He wants us to be His children. He sent His Son to die on a cross for us so that we could be free from our sins and be made righteous. Jesus, Who is Grace in human form, makes us holy and blameless before God. Therefore, when we make a mistake or things go wrong in our lives, we should ignore the negative messages we often receive from the world telling us that we’re not good enough or worthy...

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May 4

“May those who want to see me acquitted shout for joy and say again and again, ‘How great is the Lord! He is pleased with the success of his servant’” (Psalm 35:27, GNT).

The Requirements of Tithes and Offerings

The old covenant, before the cross, was based on what the people had to do first before receiving a blessing—they had to obey in order to be blessed. After the cross, the order was changed, and now the focus is on what Jesus has already done. We are blessed because of our belief in His perfect obedience, not ours. Now, our obedience is not the same type of requirement as described in the Old Testament, but rather a response to Jesus, and the fru...

Hebrews 12:2

Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God.

When we face negative situations and circumstances in life, we often turn to our own faith as a tool to pull us through. However, Jesus is the author, finisher, and the very root of our faith. Therefore, we should look to Him when we face trouble. He empowers us to do the impossible, which is far more than we can do ourselves. ...