The Bible is full of miracles that speak of a living God. He is the God that makes the impossible, possible! He makes all things work together for good. He wants to bless you! ‘A Miracle Every Day’ will help you develop your faith and experience the presence and power of God!
During this worldwide pandemic, everyone is talking about avoiding the virus at all costs. Businesses, sports arenas, schools, theatres and even churches have been shut down.
Las Vegas has been known as “Sin City” because many people come here to indulge in their bad habits. I live in Las Vegas, and I hate that label because sin means we’ve missed the target…
My prayer for you is that you become tougher than nails by the power of the Holy Spirit, a resilient and strong overcomer. Emotional and spiritual toughness is the heritage of a child of God.
God is a valiant hero, alive and full of love for you…A love that comes from heaven, a supernatural love! All the waters of the Earth cannot quench this love. It is without rival, without equal.
This season has been an unprecedented time, and because of COVID-19, many of us are taking new steps of faith with jobs, relationships, dreams and projects the Lord has placed on our hearts.
You can start living with power every day. Pentecost Sunday is all about the missing ingredient in many Christians’ lives: power. A spirit-filled life is a power-filled life. That’s how you become a miracle.
Have you called yourself ugly, stupid or something worse? Do you say things like: “I’m going to fail” or “I just can’t”? I believe that the words coming out of your mouth can either create life, or they can create death.
It’s my prayer that you will change your daily thought life. Make positive declarations and meditate on the promises of the Word of God. You can’t change your life until you’ve changed your thinking.
Don’t be like me in hockey or like many people in every city; keep your head up. There is a real spiritual enemy that would love to steal, kill and destroy you. Don’t let him take you out… take him out by keeping your head up.