‘“You can commit some things to most people, but you can only commit most things to some people.’ This seems to be why the Lord says that, when this kind of person is found, more will be asked of them.”
“I believe the more Abraham said his new name, knowing what it meant, the more he started to believe it. When you get in agreement with God’s word and you declare God’s word, you will start to believe it more and more. It keeps faith in front of your mind!”
“Another parameter of calling things into your life is that you must know what God says about it so that you may get in agreement with Him on it. Otherwise, you are no better off than the person who has no access to these things at all.”
“In order to use God’s creative word in your life, you have to be one of God’s children and have access as an authorized receiver.”
“While Abraham had to grow into this level of faith, he eventually did get to a place where his faith in God was powerful! We can learn from the life of Abraham about what it looks like to have the kind of faith that “calleth those things which be not as though they were” and we can let God develop that kind of faith in our lives as well!”
“It’s good for Christians who have been serving God for a while to remember the early days of their Christian walk when all they wanted to do was serve God. It didn’t matter how long the prayer meetings were or how late they were.”
In addition to speaking directly to our hearts, God can also give us a vision of what He wants us to know. This is not necessarily the same kind of vision Saul received, but more in the way Ananias received his message…through direct revelation.
Mark 8:4 KJV — And his disciples answered him, From whence can a man satisfy these men with bread here in the wilderness? These disciples didn’t even realize they were talking to the One who had fed MILLIONS in the wilderness during the time of Moses. Before allowing too many doubts to arise in ourContinue reading “Bread in the Wilderness (Devotional Reading)”
My wife and I are both veterans of the US military, so today means something special to us! We truly appreciate all those who have served and those who are currently serving! It means more than you may think it does!!
“This is a verse from the Bible that is often thrown about with great liberty! Rather than being used as it is presented by the Lord in this text, it seems to be used more as a shield against any form of questioning or examination.”