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Don’t Avoid God Because You Don’t Feel Worthy

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I heard a quote from Rick Warren in my Sunday school class this past week that crushed me in a humbling way. I could read it daily for the rest of my life and it would never get old, “God is more willing to talk to you than you are …

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Learning to Pray God’s Will, Not Yours

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In today’s church community we often hear phrases like “Name it and claim it.” While these affirmations give us a sense of control and peace, we have to question if they are indeed biblical or nonsensical. Do we have the ability to speak things into existence at our will? We …

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Do You Truly Understand What Stepping out in Faith Is?

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When we say “I’m stepping out in faith,” do we really understand what that means? This is a statement that has been used by many but is often misunderstood. We make affirmations like these when we draw from scripture, but we often overlook what it means to walk by faith and …

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God Will Never Submit to Your Emotions, So Stop Asking

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I guess it has to be by our very nature that we go at this backwards. If you’re reading this as a saved individual, then you’ve heard from God before. I’m not saying audibly, although I put nothing past Him, but at bare minimum, He has spoken to you through …

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How Prayer Changes Your Brain Structure

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I think every Christian believer would agree in saying that we don’t need science to prove the word of God, but you must admit, it’s pretty dope and fascinating to see exactly how and when science supports scripture! You may already know about the many healthy benefits that focused meditation …

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Is Praying After a Tragedy Useless?

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As we witnessed Hurricane Matthew barrel through the Caribbean, we are seeing pleas for prayer posted on social media now that it has touched down on U.S. soil. Aside from the controversy of which tragedy is selected for prayer on a mass scale, when this occurs, a vocal minority speaks …

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