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Jesus wants to restore you. And make no mistake about it: He will also destroy the works of the enemy in your life.
Whatever love, provision, hope, acceptance, grace, restoration you need — will not run out — because Your God will never run out on you.
Do not be afraid to see the face of God in the dark where you did not expect Him.
The notes may have kept bravely playing after Vegas, but this week in Thousand Oaks, it felt like the music died. They were all line dancing, linked and toe tapping,…
We fear because ultimately we wonder if we can trust God to do His job well.
I believe God in His gracious mercy repeated this command as an encouragement because He knew fear is the tool the enemy would use to try to derail us, distract us and depress us.
I’m practicing not “getting over” things but instead walking through them
Authenticity means eliminating the gap between your inner belief and what you reveal to the outside world—in other words, letting your true self be seen.
There is nothing in the world like worship to break the power of the Enemy.
You may not want to embrace where you are, but it is so important to embrace whose you are.
You are able to walk Jesus strong because of who He is and what He has already done.
The gospel of Jesus Christ is our only hope and security of enduring approval, of eternal validation, of spiritual fulfillment, of eternal joy.
Even in our moments of greatest weakness and doubt, Christ remains our strength, holding us up out of the water, confidently taking each blow from the waves with which life is unrelentingly battering us.
Sometimes it feels as if God has invited Himself into my pain, when I had hoped to be invited into His healing.
For in the end, it will be fine.
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