We are living in trying times. As I type these words, children are being kept back from school, mothers and fathers have been instructed to work from home, and programs like martial arts are streaming their courses online because of the novel coronavirus.
What should you do?
Today, I want to talk about something that YOU can do about the chaos in the world right now. And it only requires WORDS. Words? Yes! Your words are more powerful than any physical weapon you can use to fight the battle.
How? Through Prayer!
I want to share 3 effective prayers that you can say right there in your bedroom that can calm the storm. ARE YOU READY?
QUICK! GET INSIDE YOUR PRAYER ROOM & LISTEN TO TODAY’S PODCAST HERE!
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Today, I want to discuss one shared experience that all of us will encounter at least ONCE in our lifetime, no matter where we come from, or where we live, or what we do.
Maybe you’ve endured the agony of rough times in your relationship or marriage, or maybe you’ve waded through a really difficult transition in your career. Or it just might be the challenge you are facing right now as you try to find the right path to achieve what God has been tugging on your heart to fulfill (“your purpose”). I’ve been there before.
What should you do when you are passing through a blazing fire? In this podcast, I show you three things that you can do.
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Your heart is racing now From a dream so vivid It's not the first time Or second Or even third It just keeps coming to you Again and again Like sinusoidal waves crashing into sand
The promise in this dream It doesn't force itself on you It's naturally unstoppable Like rain water hitting compost soil You've resisted long enough Let it come to you This one time Just let it crash
If you’re still breathing, you sure are still dreamin’
We all have wild, crazy dreams. On some nights, you will wake up in the middle the night, sweaty from a savage dream. And when you least expect it, you will be reminded of a promise God made to you, either through His word or through an encounter with someone or something.