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Deuteronomy 4:29 NKJV

Jesus Revealed in Us

Jesus Revealed in Us

Those who suffer according to God’s will should commit themselves to their faithful Creator and continue to do good. — 1 Peter 4:19 If our kids always behave and our boss is always pleased and our home is always orderly and our bodies always feel good and we are patient and kind and thoughtful and

In each of the situations above, God had given me a promise, and it was His promise that was the basis for my prayer… When I longed to get pregnant, but month after month did not, God promised me in 1 Samuel 1:17 that He would grant what I had asked of Him. In time, I not only gave birth to a son, but to two daughters.

Compelled to Pray

  Compelled by Problems in Our World Daniel’s prayer pulsates with this type of emotional conviction. His life for sixty-seven years had been difficult at best. As an old man, he lived through another violent regime change as the Medo-Persian Empire overthrew the Babylonians. His position was uncertain under the new ruler. He may have

Psalm 143:8

Prepared for Prayer

A Prepared Place for Prayer Daniel had a specific place designated for prayer: an upstairs room in his home to which he withdrew three times every day.1 His preparations may have been as simple as setting aside this particular place where he could be undistracted and undisturbed. I’m convinced we all need this kind of

Pleading with Confidence

Is faith a gift that some people have been given and others have not? No, faith is a choice. There’s an old story, a favorite of mine, about a veteran tightrope walker who, after demonstrating he could push a wheelbarrow filled with sand across Niagara Falls on a tightrope, asked the applauding crowd for a

answered prayers

Prayer That Is Answered Immediately

Prayer That Is Answered Immediately Daniel had seen with his own eyes the sacred golden vessels that had been used in temple worship of the living God used at a pagan feast for the pleasure of a spoiled, drunken Babylonian king.1 He knew the city of Jerusalem itself was nothing but ruins. And the temple

Jesus in Me – That’s a Wrap!

  Thank you for being a part of this study! Let’s look back at everything we learned together… Your life’s purpose is the same as mine: to know God and to give Him glory as you make Him known through the way you live your life and you serve Him. ~ Anne And we know that

Jesus In Me Week 8 — Trusting in the Priority of the Holy Spirit

  Likewise, the Spirit also helps in our weaknesses. For we do not know what we should pray for as we ought, but the Spirit Himself makes intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered. — Romans 8:26 The Holy Spirit’s priority is to glorify Jesus and make Him known to you. To guide

Jesus In Me Week 7 — Reflecting the Purity of the Holy Spirit

You must be holy for I am holy. — 1 Peter 1:16 Holiness is to be like Jesus. ~ Anne Friends, Can you believe we’re nearing the finish line? Wow! This is one of our longer studies and yet it has gone by so fast because it has kept me hungry every single week. How

Jesus In Me Week 6 — Living in the Precepts of the Holy Spirit

All Scripture is God-breathed… — 2 Timothy 3:16 The Bible works. Choose to place your faith in the Bible as being true, inerrant, inspired, infallible for the simple reason that it’s God-breathed. ~ Anne Welcome to session six of Jesus In Me. How is your personal study going? Are you carving out time for yourself

Jesus In Me Week 5 — Embracing the Purpose of the Holy Spirit

And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love Hi, who have been called according to His purpose. — Romans 8:28 Your life’s purpose is the same as mine: to know God and to give Him glory as you make Him known through the way you live your

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