Our Power to Overcome

Our Power to Overcome

    In the rain forest of central Africa, the Mongo people, the tribe I come from, have the saying “The sun never goes down without being seen.” Even when the sky there is overcast all day, the sun always comes out for at least a few minutes before it goes down. Figuratively, it’s a saying to… Continue Reading

The Goodness of God

The Goodness of God

    Can you remember a time when someone showed you kindness, and it changed your whole day? Or, do you remember someone who helped you through a difficult situation by their love and encouragement? How about a time when mercy was extended to you, and this inspired you to make changes for the better in your… Continue Reading

Be Anxious for Nothing

Be Anxious for Nothing

    Why worry when you can pray? I heard someone ask that rhetorical question a few years ago, and it is still worth asking today. As we face life’s challenges, we may be tempted to worry and have anxiety, but we can always choose to pray, believing God to meet our every need. Philippians 4:6 and… Continue Reading

Why We Can Live Without Fear

Why We Can Live Without Fear

    Have you ever been presented with a new challenge in life in which your initial reaction was that you did not feel qualified to handle the challenge? Perhaps you were even tempted to allow fear to dictate how you would respond. I must admit I’ve been in that situation at times in my life. To… Continue Reading

Believing: He Walked on Water

Believing: He Walked on Water

     I was raised in a good home with good parents who gave me the best upbringing they knew to give. They taught me manners, and one lesson I continue to be thankful for is to avoid using certain four-letter words. One of those four-letter words was “can’t.” The person who says he can and the… Continue Reading

Let the Peace of God Rule

Let the Peace of God Rule

     It is 5:30 a.m. My room is still dark except for the bright red numbers on the digital alarm clock above my bed. It’s quiet. I love this moment when I can ease into my day by speaking in tongues. I’m thankful God made it so simple to praise Him and pray perfectly. Slowly, at… Continue Reading

What Is the Difference between Believing and Hope?

What Is the Difference between Believing and Hope?

     “Believing” and “hope” are terms that are often blurred and used interchangeably in our cultures, but it is important to keep the distinctions between them clear. We can believe for things presently available; we can hope for things available in the future. For example, there are some things that are not available today; and if… Continue Reading

The Attitude of Victory

The Attitude of Victory

     Nearly every morning I catch a glimpse of what I consider to be a stunning piece of art. It is located in one of the conference rooms in the building where I have worked for the past seven years. Almost every morning I attend a meeting there, and without fail, this piece of art grabs… Continue Reading

Focused Believing Action

Focused Believing Action

     When I was growing up in the fifties, the church near our home was the center of our family’s life. Mother kept the financial records at the church and volunteered in other capacities, and we kids tagged along. We developed a respect for God, though it was based on very little Biblical understanding. But, there… Continue Reading

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