The same God Who healed the multitudes in scripture can and will heal you today. Do you believe it? All you have to do is believe He wants you well, and He will make you well!
God shows no partiality… only trust Him and you can receive your healing today. That means more than physical healing; emotional, spiritual, and financial healing are also yours through faith. God cares also about your dear pets – did you know that?
Give God a chance to show you His love, and you’ll LOVE Him! God bless you as you listen in and receive encouragements for your weekend. 😀
Good morning! If you’ve been wanting Jesus Christ in your life, but don’t know how to pray for it, today God’s blessing comes to you!
Listen in for a brief talk about salvation and why it’s called being “saved” when you receive Christ in your heart. Then stay tuned for a prayer of salvation you can repeat, according to scripture, to sincerely ask the Lord to come into your life forever.
Exerting self-control (a fruit of Holy Spirit) takes more courage than jumping out of an airplane.
The Bible says:
He who is slow to anger is better than the mighty, and he who rules his spirit than he who takes a city.
Wow. That’s what God says about it, folks! So don’t think you’re not a courageous person just because you’ve never saved someone in battle or done things of that ilk. Listen to today’s brief podcast, and be encouraged by the prayer we’ll pray together regarding courage for you in these last of the last days.
Nowadays, no one has to be around for long to experience loss in one form or another. Truthfully, throughout history losses are experienced by young and old, daily. But how we deal with loss is what matters to our future.
Today’s brief podcast highlights the difference between a normal response to loss and a potentially crippling response to it. The enemy seeks to capitalize on such moments in our lives by making us believe tragedy, heartbreak, and disappointment will never cease; but, the devil is a liar! Remember that.
Listen in to the program for God’s righteous perspective and for prayer to help your emotions recover from the often hard-hitting grief caused by loss.