What’s Your Story?

   When Jesus made His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, the crowds shouted, “Hosanna!” (John 12:13). This means, “save” or “rescue,” and it was shouted in the form of praise to the One they believed would free them from the Roman occupation. Not long after that, however, they turned around and shouted, “Crucify Him!” They got […] Continue reading →

Pulling Down Strongholds

  Are you being hindered by a stronghold? A stronghold is some form of spiritual opposition that seems impenetrable. It is often envisioned as demonic oppression that keeps an individual or a geographical area in misery or sin. There’s certainly something to that, but in 2Corinthians 10:4-5 it refers more to things that hold the […] Continue reading →

Hope in the Word

   …In his word do I hope (Psalm 130:5) The title of this post may not seem to be terribly exciting, because it sounds like a religious cliché. We all know we’re supposed to place our hope in God and His Word, and it is easy to hear this and just respond with, “yes I […] Continue reading →

Immersed in the Spirit of God

  To be immersed in the Spirit of God is to be flooded by Him from within and without. Notice that there were two sources of the great flood in Genesis 7:11: The fountains of the deep, and the windows of heaven: In the six hundredth year of Noah’s life, in the second month, the […] Continue reading →

Living in the Love of God

  The love of God is usually presented as flowery and poetic, the thing of greeting cards, figurines and cute sayings. There is nothing wrong with those things, but the love of God is so much more. The love of God is mighty and powerful! It is the key to transformation and renewal in your […] Continue reading →

What Do You Expect?

   What you expect in life often affects the way you live. At Christmas, families expect to get together, so they make all kinds of preparations. When the weatherman says there is going to be severe weather, people make the necessary preparations. What about the things of God? What has God said and do you […] Continue reading →