In 2 Kings 4:1-7, we find an interesting dialogue between a widow and the prophet Elisha. Her deceased husband left their family in dire straights but because he planted a seed of service, even after his departure, God remembered his family and more than provided for their needs. This message is saturated with relationship wisdom. Listen and share.
An early morning experience taught me the powers of healing contained in worship. Many times we hear a song being ministered but fail to realize its efficacy in terms of how that song is sown in our spirit to sustain us in times of spiritual conflict. I am sharing my personal experience based on Psalm 117 of why we need to reevaluate our approach to worship. It is far more than what meet's the eye. It sounds cliche-ish to say "there is power in worship" but there really is.
Taken from Genesis 4, this message discusses how anger opens doors to bitterness. We will see the effects of bitterness in our own lives and in the works of our hands. Take time to examine bitter areas in your life and ask the Father for the grace to heal so you don't forfeit your blessings or anything else God has in store for you.
Taken from the life of Ruth, this conference message inspires women (and men) from all walks of life to rediscover their tragedies. What the enemy thought to destroy you, could be the catalyst for your breakthrough. Listen to this passion-filled message and be blessed.
This message looks at the life of David and what his process of promotion from the wilderness to the palace looked like. This message will help you cope with some of the pains, losses, disappointments, and discouragement of your past and see them through lenses of an overcomer. You will be blessed by this message!!!
This message deals with two people, the person who has fallen and the person who is assigned to do the restoration. I cover biblical examples from the Old and New Testament to convey the seriousness of what the restoration of a fallen brother entails. I also share my personal testimony of being restored and what the fruit of that restoration looks like. Gal. 6:1, 2 Samuel 11-12, Ezekiel 33, and Genesis 14:1-24 are my scriptural references. Be blessed.
Everyone has seasons where they have entertained thoughts of giving up and walking away. It is part of the human experience to feel overwhelmed sometimes, the remedy that seems to offer relief from the pressures of life is to just drop it altogether. The issue with that is that when we are responsible for others, making a decision to stop, drop, and roll away may not be in everyone else's best interest as much as it seems to be ours. For the sake of who is attached to you, making a poor decision can be expensive. And sometimes, the consequences of those poor decisions can derail our destiny.
This message looks at the life of Terah, Abraham's father, who fell short of his destiny. He died in Haran which is translated, a dry place. God doesn't want you to dwell in Haran; He has promises He wants to fulfill for you but they are contingent upon you enduring the race that is set before you. Let this message bless you.