It is an honor to serve my God, my King. I trust in His goodness to save me from my foes. When I speak through the Holy Spirit nothing can pierce me for God is with me.
Know that God can see our hearts. He knows our true desires by how we live our lives. If our passion isn’t to serve Him, He knows.
There is nothing like our God. He is all mighty and can do all things. Things we think are impossible are practical for Him.
God’s will is that we live a fruitful life for Him by engaging in His Word and seeking Him in prayer often.
The Lord has heard my cries when I was down and depressed. I had known in my heart that I had left God. My life was full of sin and wickedness.
As Chris and I decided to go out in faith and share the love of Jesus, doors opened up to us very quickly. Each person we asked to pray over, accepted prayer.
The definition of effeminate or malakos, in greek, is the passive male partner in homosexual intercourse–‘homosexual’.
Our bodies are the temple of the Holy Spirit and it is not our own. Each time you defile it with pornography and then masturbation, you are driving out the Spirit of God.
So many seeds were planted and lives were changed because God opened the doors. The Lord has done great things through me simply because I was willing and open to His counsel.
If your hearts are down and need help, then raise your voices and call out to the Lord. Speak freely what is on your mind. He beckons us to come to Him.
The Lord has open access to my heart. He is free to rule and reign in my life. I am stronger with Jesus by my side. He is my anchor in the storms of life.
Our God is so merciful to save us. He does not delight in our wickedness and for this He desires to break every chain of addiction. To all that believe in Him are not ashamed.
Paul said, “Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfil the lust of the flesh.” It is true that when we abide in the love of God that our shield of faith is raised.
Your promises, Jesus, make me whole. I trust that You can do all things in my life. For you “restoreth my soul” and “leadeth me in the paths of righteousness.”
We have much to be grateful for. Everyone that is in the fold of Christ is blessed beyond years. We are saved because of the mercy of God.
There is power in the Name of Jesus. Lives are being healed. Sickness is being cured daily. Sins are being forgiven. Stains are washed away.
My whole heart has been changed through the love of the Lord. Jesus has changed my life. He has made sin less desirable and His kingdom more precious than all.
The Holy Spirit has given me the passion to share His love with the world. Jesus asked me to follow Him and I finally listened. He has given me the passion to share His truth.
Many times I felt lost and broken inside. God felt very distant. Often times, this was when I wasn’t reading God’s Word, or in sin.
The Lord’s prayer surely is a roadmap we can all use in our daily prayer life. Also know that Jesus wants a sincere heart in prayer.
If your heart isn’t for God then you are against Him. It is a terrible thing to be on the opposite side of God in judgement.
When you feel glad, praise the Lord. Lift up the name of Jesus in song and worship. God does so much for us.
After that meeting ended, Jaron, Victor and I went into a prayer room with the other guys that were evangelizing. Upon entering, I introduced Victor to them all.
Even if one person’s life was given over to the Lord then there was victory. So many people’s lives were impacted tonight, one way or another, in so little time.
There is no one else that can do a work like Jesus can for our lives. He is our comforter when all seems lost. He overcomes the darkness and shines bright to guide us.
This prophecy of Jesus coming down in the flesh is essential to our salvation. It is so important that we understand the importance of His life and death on the cross.
Our Lord God deserves the highest praise. He is our mighty King. Fall down at His feet and honor Him. Put your trust in the Lord Jesus, who gives life eternal.
One gentlemen I spoke with was Don. We must have talked for about a half hour about Jesus. He is seeking the Lord and trying to break free of his smoking addiction.
Next, I met a gentleman, named Don, that was sick of living a life alone from God. He had walked in sin long enough and wanted to make things right, once and for all.
As the service got over, many people came to speak to us. They said, how grateful they were for us coming. They asked where we came from and we said Boise.
As we walked back towards Temple Square we ended up seeing a lonely man at the entrance of the Temple Square. I could feel the Spirit telling us to talk with Him.