Tag: claiming God’s promises

  • God Is With Us Always. I.

    God Is With Us Always. I.

    God is always present. He is always available when we need Him and will always be faithful to His promises.

  • Spiritual Warfare XV: Thanksgiving, Prayer, and Spiritual Warfare

    Spiritual Warfare XV: Thanksgiving, Prayer, and Spiritual Warfare

    All prayer, especially spiritual warfare, should include thanksgiving. We should thank God for what He has already done in the past, who His is, what He is able to accomplish, and His promises. Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever.

  • The Holy Name of Jesus

    The Holy Name of Jesus

    It is important to consider the significance of the name of Jesus. His name tells us who He is and why He came into the world. It is the English transliteration of His Hebrew name, “Yeshua,” which means “The Lord is salvation.” He came, first and foremost, to “save his people from their sins.”

  • I Can Do All Things

    There is a great promise in Philippians 4:13, but it is not the one that many people claim. It is not a promise that you can achieve any wild fantasy that enters your mind, or accomplish some great goal that will make you rich, powerful, and popular. It is the promise that, whatever difficulties you face in life, Christ can give you the power to get through it. He will give you the strength you need to get through all of your trials.