Holy Spirit Nudge

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A nudge from the Holy Spirit is more than mere intuition. It’s the voice of God speaking to us through the Holy Spirit. It’s an invitation to join Him in His redemptive work. This spiritual nudge usually starts off as a feeling. Then, a clear thought or action formulates. The nudge remains steady and will not be ignored. Constant, it grows heavier and presses down. Eventually, the nudge becomes a crystal clear instruction. “Do you …

A Forgotten Hero

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By Greg Laurie So Ananias went and found Saul. He laid his hands on him and said, “Brother Saul, the Lord Jesus, who appeared to you on the road, has sent me so that you might regain your sight and be filled with the Holy Spirit.” —Acts 9:17 A discovery every Christian eventually makes is who their real friends are. That is a discovery Saul of Tarsus made when he first became a follower of …

Discerning the Difference Between Holy Spirit Conviction and Demonic Condemnation

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Written by Kathy Degraw In order to bind our flesh, thoughts, feelings and confusion when hearing directions in our mind; we need to define the difference between Holy Spirit conviction and condemnation which comes from the enemy or our flesh. If you search inside yourself, you can feel your spirit man. When the Holy Spirit starts to manifest you can feel an overwhelming joy or it can be similar to when we feel the presence …

How To Pray For The Persecuted

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(Voice of the Persecuted)  It can be overwhelming when learning of all of the suffering, and persecution of Christians in the world today. When the biggest request is prayer from those persecuted how do we Pray? When you pray with your heart and soul before the Throne of God, He know’s what you are asking. God know’s your heart for the persecuted. Here a some of the things that we hear prayer requests for, not …

Acquiring Great Faith

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April 1 Hebrews 11:17-19 I’ve had people tell me, “I wish that I had great faith.” While most of us would like God to just drop that kind of confidence into our laps, it’s not the way He operates. Faith increases as a result of our obedience in little things. We all marvel at Abraham’s willingness to offer up Isaac at the Lord’s command. But have you ever stopped to consider all of his smaller …

The Power of the Holy Spirit

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February 18 Luke 24:44-53 The principle we will explore today is basic but so powerful that it determines whether we experience victory in our lives. You are probably familiar with the book The Little Engine That Could, in which a small engine keeps repeating the words “I think I can.” By using sheer willpower, she pulls an entire train over the mountain. That’s a nice children’s story, but the truth of the Christian life is very …

Evangelism: Every Believer’s Calling

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January 21   Acts 1:6-8 One Sunday, a man approached me between services to share his story. He’d been addicted to drugs and was leading a hopeless life when he heard a Scripture verse in a sermon. He said that one passage led him to place his trust in Jesus. The man was saved, and God transformed his life. Every believer has a story. Oftentimes, the more we surrender to God, the greater our ability …

The Holy Spirit and the Scandal of Christ’s Birth

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When my son Simeon was three,1 he liked to look at the moon. We could be walking through our neighborhood on a partially cloudy night or driving along the highway at the break of dawn, and instead of first noticing the colored Christmas lights on the trees or the cool sports car passing on the left, Simeon would spot the moon. “I see the moon!” he’d belt out from his car seat. “I see the …