When we accept Christ as our savior and begin to proclaim His name, there is a very big shift that happens. Our lives no longer represent ourselves, but they begin to represent Christ to those around us. We become ambassadors, if you will. The people around us, both believers and non believers, look at our daily lives and see who Christ is. So that family member who doesn’t go to church, that friend on Facebook struggling to know if God even cares, that coworker who gave up
When we think of repenting, we tend to think that we are living in sin and must turn from our wicked ways. Repenting can absolutely be this scenario. There comes a place in our walk with God that Him asking us to repent isn’t Him asking us to turn away from our sin, but to change how we are thinking in expectancy of seeing His Kingdom come.
When Jesus told them in Matthew 4 to repent because the kingdom of Heaven was near, he wasn’t telling them to walk out of some sin they
Have you ever wanted to believe God for something miraculous so you thought about it and left it at that?
God hears you after all, right?
Were you believing for a situation to be changed, a loved one to be freed or maybe an opportunity to come your way?
See, none of those things can hear your thoughts. Only God hears your thoughts. So when you want to believe for that mountain in your life to be moved, you must speak to the mountain just as God spoke the world into existen
We’ve probably all been there.
God lays on our heart a wonderful vision of what He’s calling us to. We can see the lives being touched. We can see Him using us to fulfill His plan. We can see His presence bringing it to life. All before we even begin to pursue it. The question is do we wait around and simply have faith that He’ll make it happen or do we come up with a way to make it happen? When we look at Paul and Peter we see two men who touched many lives. The difference