“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.”
God wants to deal with what has swallowed you up. His plan is always greater than our mistakes. God is tired of the devil eating your life. You have to take action and start praying to God.
Moses is at the Burning Bush before God and is arguing with God about how he could not do what God is asking him to do. God becomes angry but STILL agrees to mentor Moses and gives him Aaron to speak for him.
Zechariah’s prophetic vision gives us principles we can follow to see God’s promises become manifested reality in our lives.
In this message, Dr. Derek Grier talks about the significance of obedience and the role it plays in unleashing God’s blessings in your life. He will also reveal the 3-step process you should follow to get back on the right path God has destined for you. Make the decision to be obedient to God’s word so your joy can be restored!
One of the essential truths of the Christian faith is learning the difference between spiritual life and physical life. You are a new creation in Christ. When Christ lives inside a person, you have new potential. God is creating a new nation of people.
We learn from the confession of King David that we were born sinners and we need to acknowledge our sin to God so that we can be forgiven, cleansed and begin experiencing joy. We spend too much time comparing ourselves to others rather than to Jesus and the teaching of Scripture.
Jesus is the Son of the Father and one of the Tri-Unity of God. While being fully God, He became fully human to defeat Satan and to enable men and women to become the children of God. Jesus brings a curse to the one who isn’t truthful and tries to hide behind a false identity. God has far more patience with a rough-around-the-edges sinner, than a well-polished hypocrite.