Praying God's NamesBite of Bread, Name of God, prayer, Uncategorized, Word Study

Using the Names of God and Jesus to Help You Pray with Power

I don’t think the world has ever collectively felt the need to pray as we do now. Perhaps in past war times, depressions, or other pandemics, but not in recent decades. So many need our prayers. Governing authorities from our local and state governments to our federal law makers need prayer. Our neighbors, friends, and coworker need our prayers. It’s …

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Bible study, purpose, Word Study

Wrestling with God: Holding onto the Promise of Purpose/ Epiteleo

  I’m convinced that the people who walk in their God purpose, no matter how big or small, are content because they are supernaturally fully satisfied. I’m also convinced that as long as we are seeking, maybe even wrestling, after what God’s purpose is for us, we will run into it. I’ve heard sermons explaining that wrestling with God is not …

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promises of God, Word Study

A New Understanding of Jeremiah 29:11 #WordWednesday

It’s one of the most loved Bible verses of all time. It’s probably the most memorized and quoted. And possibly the most tattooed!  “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you, and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future” Jeremiah 29:11. (I don’t know this man in …

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trusting God, Word Study, Word Wednesday

How do You Hide Under God’s Wings? #WordWednesday

    I’ve prayed Psalm 91 for soldiers deployed to foreign lands. He who dwells in the shelter of the Most High will rest in the shadow of the Almighty. I will say of the Lord, “He is my refuge and my fortress, my God in whom I trust” Psalm 91:1,2.   I’ve prayed it for friends and family. I’ve …

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Trust, Word Study, Word Wednesday

How Do We Know When to Wait on God?

I’ve heard the saying, “God helps those who helps themselves” as if it were Scriptural. But it isn’t. Try a Google search. You won’t find a Bible verse that says that. Yet, it’s been ingrained in our heads to work hard. And we should. But sometimes it is hard to know when we need to “do” and when we simply …

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