The theme of this message is as David once prayed "Who knows? God might be gracious. God might do something supernatural." In the conclusion of his letter, James uses the example of Elijah's prayers over the people of Israel. We can use the same example in our lives. Some things that God may be prompting ..
A Faith That Works, Part 18: All Things Are Possible
by Bill Hybels
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Back to the Battle, Part 1: The Battle
by Birmingham, AL MountainTop Community Church
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The third step in the series "Coming Up to Breathe" involves doing a little self-exploratory surgery, a little self-examination, with God and a trusted friend or counselor at your side. What are your faults? Do you feel genuine sorrow and regret for your past actions that have caused hurt to others? ..
Coming Up to Breathe, Part 3: Examine Myself with Fearless Honesty
by Mike Breaux
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Walking the path of healing to wholeness involves daily commitment. Taking a part of each day for quiet time with God, learning how to relax in his grace, seeking knowledge that will help you think a whole new way, studying God's Word, celebrating even the little victories, and being ready to do continual ..
Coming Up to Breathe, Part 5: Think a Whole New Way
Impossible challenges will undoubtedly come your way. How you respond to the challenges of life will, very often, determine their outcome. Daniel 2 is great examples of three different, difficult circumstances with three different responses and three different outcomes. Nebuchadnezzar was having ..
Daniel - Part 2: Facing Impossible Challenges
by Jim Tomberlin
In the book of Daniel, we encounter three men--Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego-who refuse to bend their knees to Nebuchadnezzar's idol. The Babylonian king becomes furious with them and threatens to throw each them into the fire. "O Nebuchadnezzar," they respond, "we do not need to defend ourselves ..
Daniel - Part 4: Watch Your Worship
by John Ortberg
Christ-followers living in the world today run into the danger of becoming furnace avoiders. Too many churches have gotten the idea that Christianity has something to do with ease, security, and success. However, looking back on the lives of Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego, we discover that spiritual ..
Daniel - Part 5: The Fourth Man in The Furnace
Starting in chapter 7 of the book named after him, Daniel puts forth prophesies. To what his prophecies refer have been debated by Christians throughout history. There are some unmistakable themes in these sections, however. One of the themes is God's people will suffer; there will be opposition and ..
Daniel - Part 10: The End Times
"Jesus wept." This verse, in the Book of John, is the shortest verse in the entire Bible. Yet, these two words are quite profound. What would make an all-knowing, all-powerful, all-loving God cry? We typically understand Jesus' emotional outburst here as His mourning over Lazarus' death. However, ..
Day God Cried, The
by Ken Davis
Jesus was astonished by the faith of the Roman centurion, who trusted Jesus to heal his servant by just saying the word. Can we say we have that same faith, trusting in God in every aspect or our lives? To trust means to be obedient, to submit to God in all things, to actually try doing what Jesus says. ..
Decision Time, Part 5