The Holy Spirit can supercharge your Christian walk. But how can you experience this power that the Holy Spirit wants to bring to your life? Listen and watch to discover how you can be spiritually fruitful. Learn how spiritual fruit characterizes the operation of spiritual gifts, and receive a definitive answer to the question: Do believers still speak in tongues today?
It’s one thing to recognize this commonly quoted verse from the Bible, and something entirely different to realize what it means. Knowing what it means to “perish” and to “have everlasting life” are, without a doubt, the most important discoveries a person will ever make.
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It’s quite easy to see that we live in very uncertain times. When you add to this the personal challenges people face with their health, marriage, kids, job, or any number of things, it’s easy for a person to wonder, “Is there any hope for the future?”
I am happy to say that the Bible has an answer to that question, and it is a resounding, “YES!” Jeremiah 29:11 declares, “For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope.”
Can I save my marriage? Is there hope for my wayward child? Can I undo the damage I’ve done?
Today, I want to talk to you about those times when you face a crisis in your relationships… whether it’s in your marriage, your family, or some other relationship. Maybe you’ve got a great marriage… or things are great with your kids… but we all face relational crises at one time or another, including you.
So I hope what I have to share with you will help when you face those times.
Every groom I’ve ever known looks forward to the romance and intimacy with his soon-to-be wife. Romance is a beautiful gift God gives us in marriage.
There is a great story found in 1 Kings about the prophet Elijah. When we pick up his story in Chapter 18, we find that the entire nation of Israel had backslidden from God. Ahab, their king, and his wife, Jezebel had led the nation into idolatry. Yet God used Elijah in a mighty way to turn the nation of Israel back to God.