Your purpose is distinct from that of others; it’s important and life changing no matter what obstacles you are facing.
The Bible is a big book packed with stories that reveal who God is. Each of them is a good place to start reading the Bible. Men of God wrote the books of the Bible as the Holy Spirit inspired them. They didn’t write the words from their own imagination.
A prophet has become the “go-to” person for knowledge one believes they cannot get directly from God. Yet the prophetic is not a substitute for when you can’t hear God. God uses the prophet to speak His word at His will, not man’s.
God gives you one purpose that comes with many assignments that require different platforms.
So, is a God-given purpose a myth or reality? To those with the truth, it is a reality but to those with a lie; it is a myth.
We exalt generational or worldly traditions at the expense of the Word of God. These traditions have negative spiritual implications.
So, is there a “double double” gospel?
No. But a double portion is God’s restoration plan for loss.
The fall of Nebuchadnezzar is taught with a lot of zeal. His restoration ought to be taught with even greater zeal.
Seek God who is Light and you never have to worry about pursuing enlightenment.
By His actions, Jesus showed us how to do ministry. Here are 10 lessons you can apply in your ministry.