Don’t Settle
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Don’t Settle

Is your relationship with God based on how well your life is going? Many people have no trouble putting faith and trust in God when everything in their life is going well. But, when things start to go wrong, they are quick to turn from God. As believers, we should strive to keep our faith in God, even when everything in our lives is going wrong. When we put our lives in God’s hands, He does big things through us for His Kingdom!

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I’m Getting There Today

Are you following the plan that God has for your life? We shouldn’t be obedient in pursuit of blessings, rewards, or the benefits we reap. Our obedience should come from a place of respect and love for our God—our Savior. When we are obedient to God’s guidance in our lives and recognize Him as our source of strength, we start to experience the blessings that ensue!

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Do You Trust Me

Are you trustworthy? The answer to this question may vary, especially depending on who you ask! As believers, Christ has called us to be consistent and trustworthy. But how can we go about being trusted—what does it really mean to be trustworthy? Gaining trust is a long process, which takes both intentionality and time!

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The Full Armor Series Part 7 – A Rhema Word

The Full Armor of God can defend us from the enemy’s constant and powerful attacks, but when can we go on the offensive? With the help of the Holy Spirit guiding us, we can yield the power of the Sword of the Spirit which is the Word of God. With this weapon, the enemy will flee! Jesus gives us a great example of using the Sword of the Spirit when He is being tempted by Satan.

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The Full Armor Series Part 6B – Becoming Assured

How can you be certain of your salvation? Through the grace of God, we have the incredible opportunity to receive the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ. But how can we be sure that this decision has given us salvation? The Bible gives us a few ways of being certain that we are in God’s hands!

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The Full Armor Series Part 6A – Becoming Assured

Do you ever face doubt about God’s involvement in your life? The enemy often tries to limit our understanding of God since he cannot stop our relationship! Strive to weather the psychological attacks from the enemy. You can do this only by utilizing the tools that God has given us through His Word, specifically, the Full Armor of God!

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The Full Armor Series Part 5 – A Soldier Without A Shield

We are in a battle! The enemy is constantly on the offense, attacking us spiritually. The only way to weather these attacks is by using the Full Armor of God! Each piece has its advantages, but one of the most essential pieces is the Shield of Faith! Are you equipped with faith? When we are, we can resist all of the enemy’s attacks!

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The Full Armor Series Part 4 – Killer Shoes

Are you quick to compare yourself to others? Self-righteousness can be damaging and dangerous! The reality is, we all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. Comparing yourself to another fallen, sinful person won’t do much, it isn’t an appropriate standard! Our standard is perfection, which we fall short of. Luckily, through Jesus, we meet the requirements!

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The Full Armor Pt 3 – I Said Righteousness

Are you quick to compare yourself to others? Self-righteousness can be damaging and dangerous! The reality is, we all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. Comparing yourself to another fallen, sinful person won’t do much, it isn’t an appropriate standard! Our standard is perfection, which we fall short of. Luckily, through Jesus, we meet the requirements!

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The Full Armor Part 1 & 2 – Get My Belt

During Paul’s time in Roman prison, he spent a lot of time around Roman guards. Imprisoning Paul was originally meant to be an attack from the enemy, but God used it for good. Even though Paul was in prison, he was being used by God for His perfect plan. But how did Paul not succumb to the enemy in this situation? Paul writes about his and our defense from the enemy— the armor of God.