Waiting on God (20:02) Isaiah 40:31 “But those who wait on the Lord Shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint.” (NKJV) Get [...]
God has given you a powerful weapon, strong enough to pierce through the enemy’s territory and destroy the stronghold he tries to place on your life. That weapon is prayer.
Paul was trying to tell the church that we are human and we are living in a real world with real temptations and hard times. But as Christians we need to look through our spiritual eyes.
We live in two worlds: a natural world and a spiritual world. They’re both happening around us at the same time.
The bible teaches us that what we say can actually determine whether or not we live in victory or defeat. You might be asking yourself – how can what I say really have any impact on my life. Well, let’s look at the word of God and see what it has to say.
I know that we all have needs. Jesus said that in the world you will have trials and tribulation, but be of good cheer for I have overcome the world! Each week I receive many prayer requests from around the world filled with needs.
While some of those requests are pure, many are not. As I read them my heart is grieved seeing a people with their priorities in the wrong world. This world is not our home but it is our assignment.