5.Apply: Live life abundantly.
Your success as a Christian lies in your willingness and ability to use your faith to apply God's Word in your life. When you do, your faith will make your life work!
When the Candidate You Didn’t Vote for Wins
by Kenneth Copeland Are you waking up disappointed by the recent election results? Did the other candidate—the one you didn’t vote for—win? Well, I have good news for you: The future of this nation is not in the hands of the politicians. No matter what political candidates you like or don’t like, or what partyLearn More
How Can I Show the Love of Jesus During Christmas?
“Love is patient, love is kind. It does not envy, it does not boast, it is not proud. It does not dishonour others, it is not self-seeking, it is not easily angered, it keeps no record of wrongs.” –1 Corinthians 13:4-6 Christmas just may be the best time of year to be a witness ofLearn More
An Absent Parent: 6 Scriptures to Help Your Child Forgive
There’s nothing quite like watching your child suffer, especially at the hands of a parent who’s not around. The missed baseball games. The empty seat at the school play. The months or years of silence. Those lost moments can cause lifelong heartache unless there is forgiveness. Here are six scriptures to help you guide yourLearn More
5 Scriptures to Stand On for Your Dreams to Come to Pass
Are you ready to walk in your dreams? Are you ready to see the deep desires of your heart come to pass—financial blessings, a godly spouse, a healthy family, career success, fulfilled ministry calling? If so, here are five scriptures and confessions to get you started as you begin standing on God’s Word for yourLearn More
4 Ways to Help You Make the Right Choice
You are faced with a big decision, and you have to make a choice. How can you be sure that you’re making the right one? Choosing God’s way doesn’t have to be difficult or mysterious. In fact, James 1:5 says all you have to do is ask: “If you need wisdom, ask our generous God,Learn More
25 Ways to Live a Thankful Life
“Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good! His faithful love endures forever.” – Psalm 107:1 Every day we have a choice. We can live thankfully or we can live dissatisfied. We can be grateful for all the blessings God has brought into our lives, or we can murmur and complain about all thatLearn More
2 Reasons Why You Should Never Compromise on Your Integrity
Compromise is everywhere. From elections to boardrooms, from marriage vows to financial schemes, worldly compromise is truly all around us. That’s why it’s so important for God’s people to take a stand against unholy compromise in to their lives. Whether it’s cheating on taxes, electing officials that don’t honour God or cheating on a spouse,Learn More
The Key to Making Life Easy
by Kenneth Copeland The Christian life is not hard. In fact, it’s easy. I realize that might come as a shock to some people, but it’s true nevertheless. When we live it the way God intended, the Christian life is wonderfully simple. It is, as Jesus said in Matthew 11:30, easy and light. We don’tLearn More
Protection from a Storm or Tornado
With every day that passes, you can be grateful that God has provided His people with a place of refuge. That protection is available to you, your family and your home 24 hours a day, seven days week. If the weather reports that a storm is immanent or you live in an area that hasLearn More
5 Ways to Add More Joy to Your Day
Everyone has days when they need more joy to embrace the life God has given them. In fact, some of Paul’s final words of encouragement included the command, “Always be joyful” (1 Thessalonians 5:16). If you need to give your day a shot of joy, here are five ways to do it. Add MoreLearn More
The Keys to Finding Real Happiness
by Kenneth Copeland Many people are looking for the keys to real happiness. When they have a need or a want, they look outside themselves to this world’s system to get that need met. They live from the outside in. They have to go to the boss for a raise, or hope to find aLearn More
How Can I Succeed in My Job?
by Kenneth Copeland Godly honor. It’s the kind of honor that keeps its word and standard of integrity no matter what. Every day, commitments of honor are required of you in your job—and it’s hard. It’s a choice between God’s honor and man’s. One brings true and sure success…and one brings shallow, temporal success thatLearn More