As many of you know, I wrote the book "Put the Word In Your Mouth" in 2018. Even though I wrote the book and shared what God shared with me about praying and speaking His Word, I want you to understand that changing the way you speak is a process. Things happen, we get frustrated, and sometimes we just are not aware of the things that come out of our mouths out of habit, and that's what I want to talk about.
I just had a disturbing dream: I was riding in a car with some people. I was in the back seat. We passed a store, and there was a little girl in the breezeway on the ground, and a man was over her fondling her. When I saw it, I thought to myself, "Oh my gosh, did I just see what I saw?"
It is unbelievable to me how many Christian men and women, especially those in ministry and Christian fathers, do not have life insurance. Saints of God, in the Spirit you are covered by the Blood of Jesus, and this is good. But in the natural, if you are not covered by life insurance, this is bad.
For He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him. (2 Corinthians 5:21 NKJV)
Romans 1:17 says, “the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith: as it is written, the just shall live by faith.” What is the Righteousness of God?
Back in 2020, I posted the following post in my Facebook group: Do you believe in Angels? Do you believe you've ever encountered one/some? What happened? One sister in Christ commented:
Scripture says the Word of God is living. This means that it has a life of its own. The Word of God is the most powerful thing in the universe. Jesus described the Word of God as a seed. Seed grows and bears fruit because it is alive.
As Christians, we are fortunate in that our Father God is the owner of all riches and wealth. He has given us everything that we need that pertains to life and godliness. He is the provider of wealth and prosperity. Even knowing this, unfortunately, there’s a misconception among many Christians that it’s unspiritual or ungodly to be wealthy.
Understanding your identity in Christ is essential to living your life the way He intended. Your identity in Christ is different from your personal identity, which is commonly defined by your education, economic worth or social status, title (Mom, Dad, Doctor, Teacher, etc.), personality traits, hobbies, likes and dislikes, are all facts about you that change throughout your life, not your identity.
When I was younger, I thought, "Why do I need all this insurance?" I thought that it was a waste of my hard-earned money. Then there came a time when I had to have a surgical procedure and my health insurance covered most of the cost of the procedure.
According to Matthew 6:14-15, a person who doesn't forgive others will not be forgiven by God. That’s a dangerous place to be that will ultimately lead to death — spiritually and physically if not dealt with! Peter, Jesus’ disciple, asked about forgiveness. Look what Jesus said:
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