Keeping My Praise Out Front Part 2
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Keeping My Praise Out Front Part 2

One of the biggest difference-makers in your destiny is the attitude you choose to adopt on a daily basis. Many people choose to adopt a griping, complaining attitude, always seeing the worst in every scenario. However, God wants there to be a song in your heart, a shout on your lips. If you go into this season with your praise out front, focusing on all the promises and blessings He has for you, you’re sure to win.

Keeping My Praise Out Front
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Keeping My Praise Out Front

During times of crisis, a multitude of opinions flood our senses. It can be easy to allow others’ emotions, convictions, and words to alter our state of mind. However, we don’t need everyone’s opinions in crisis. The most important One we need to hear from is God.
We hear God more clearly in several ways. One of these is surrounding ourselves with people who hear from God regularly. Another, of course, is getting into His Word daily. But in times of crisis, we see throughout Scripture that God’s people also fasted as a community.

Talk to the Hand
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Talk to the Hand

Have you ever felt like telling God to change His mind about something? Have you ever prayed that He would start to see things your way? If we’re honest, each of us have had moments where we question God’s perspective and plans.

Come Back
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Come Back

“Repentance” is one of those Christian buzzwords we hear thrown around often in church circles; however, we may not fully appreciate what it means to repent. Countless times, in both the Old and New Testaments, God calls His people to turn from their wicked ways, their sins, and “repent.”

Book Reading Part 2
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Book Reading Part 2

In Luke 19, we come across a tiny phrase of Scripture that holds great weight. Jesus is on his way to meet Zacchaeus (unbeknownst to Zacchaeus) in Luke 19; but the first verse of Luke 19 says this...

Book Reading Part 1
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Book Reading Part 1

In Mark 5, we find the story of Jairus. Jairus implores Jesus to come and heal his daughter. His faith is evident in this story; but so is another truth about what it truly means to worship.

Born to Win
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Born to Win

Most of us have heard the story of God telling Abraham to sacrifice his only son, Isaac. This sacrifice meant so much not only because Isaac was Abraham’s son, but because he was the son of promise—the offspring through which God had promised to give Abraham descendants as numerous as the sand on the shore or the stars in the sky.

Through My Worst to Get to My Best Part 2
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Through My Worst to Get to My Best Part 2

In 1 Samuel 30, we find the story of David and his men coming to Ziklag, only to find the city plundered and their families taken captive. David’s men, heartbroken, turn to blaming their leader for this misfortune. Until this point, David has responded to crisis by acting insane, going after others, and similar actions.

Through My Worst to Get to My Best
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Through My Worst to Get to My Best

In 1 Samuel 18, we see two men who had been closely bonded begin to break apart. Saul has been David’s master, sending him out to battle. David’s soul was bonded to Saul’s son, Jonathan. This was a family in the making. But one little song changed everything. Let’s take a look at verses 6-9...

Repairing The Altar
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Repairing The Altar

In 1 Kings 18, we find the amazing story of Elijah and the prophets of Baal going head to head in making sacrifices to their respective gods. Elijah asks God’s people to choose whether they will be loyal to God or to Baal…unfortunately, before the sacrifices are made, no one in the crowd says a word.

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