A: With regard to bringing deliverance to another person, we have good news for you—there is deliverance through God’s Word! Anything which kills, steals and destroys is from Satan (John 10:10), and Jesus came to the earth for the purpose of destroying his works (1 John 3:8). So there is deliverance! Bondage to destructive habits
A: A lot of Christians have questioned whether or not it is OK to listen to recorded preaching messages and Bible teachings as a full, or partial, substitute for reading the Bible itself. There’s no denying that anointed teaching and preaching from trusted ministers has an important place in the lives of believers. According to
A: You’re in the midst of possessing the “land” called healing! That may sound strange, but if you’ll remember the Old Testament account of Joshua, you’ll understand why I say this. You see, Joshua was in much the same situation you and I are in today. God had told him the Promised Land had already
A: No doubt about it, parenting isn’t always easy. At times you may feel like you’ve failed. In those times, remember Jeremiah 31:16-17, But now this is what the Lord says: “Do not weep any longer, for I will reward you,” says the Lord. “Your children will come back to you from the distant land
A: Whether we display a Christmas tree or not, we honor the true meaning of Christmas by celebrating it as an opportunity to renew our minds to the fact that God’s love was lived out before us in the person of Jesus Christ. You as a believer must answer this for your own home observing
A: No! When you ask the heavenly Father for one of His promises, you will never be given something from the devil. Jesus said in Luke 11:10-13: “For everyone who asks, receives. Everyone who seeks, finds. And to everyone who knocks, the door will be opened. You fathers—if your children ask for a fish, do
Q. After the recent school shootings, I have become more and more concerned about the safety of my children. I’d like to believe God will protect them. But can I really know for sure that He will? A. Yes! You can be sure God will protect your children because He’s specifically said He will. His
You can’t change unlovable people. You can’t even “deal with” them. But you can develop your love until you can love them just the way they are. Loving people—no matter how badly they act, no matter how rotten their attitude—is something you can do. And you do it by faith. You do it in the
A: The Bible tells us God is Love. And in page after page, we see the countless demonstrations of His great love. We read of His compassion and promises, and we see His willingness to use awesome power on behalf of His people. God is faithful—to His people, and to His Word. There are times,
Nothing is more exciting or rewarding than sharing Jesus with someone else. Just simply sharing your testimony of how you gave your life to Jesus is a tremendous start.
You don’t have to wait until you go to church to receive Communion. You can even receive it at home. When you take the time to put yourself before God over the Communion table it will be time well spent.
hether or not to participate in Halloween activities has been a big debate among the members of the Body of Christ. As believers, we have nothing to fear when the Holy Spirit is our guide. What does He have to say about this issue? The Bible tells us not to “copy the behaviour and customs