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7 Keys To Experience Divine Acceleration
In this plan, we’re going to see together how to experience divine acceleration. When God accelerates things in our lives, it’s to bring us further, cause us to enter into His plan. Over the next several days, we will discover the behaviors and attitudes that facilitate acceleration. I hope that you will be blessed throughout these days!
Pentecost: Connecting To The Holy Spirit
In this 7-day study, we will discover ways to connect to the Holy Spirit. How can you experience God's Spirit and can you communicate with Him? Practical and Biblical tips will be given to you. Start today, and at the end of the week, you might have experienced something you will never forget.
Love, Love, Love...
God is love. Jesus loves you in a unique, personal way. He does not see you as someone who is lost in the crowd; on the contrary, He sees you and looks at your heart. God invites you to have Jesus as an example—to love, to act and to speak like Him. In this reading plan we will discover more about it!
All Things Work Together For Your Good
Sometimes, we have to go through circumstances that we don’t understand. Knowing that all things work together for our good encourages us and gives us hope for the future. The goal of this reading plan about Romans 8:28 is to engrave this truth into your heart: God causes everything to work together for your good!
How To Seek The Kingdom Of God?
I believe that this next week we have together will be wonderful! We’re starting a series of 7 texts to learn how to seek the Kingdom of God, based on Matthew 6:33. We are all seeking more, and we all have expectations for our lives: to be happy, to succeed professionally and personally, to be healthy, to overcome our limits, etc.
7 Habits To Develop Spiritual Growth
We all have our little morning habits. We could also call them routines, the first things we do in the morning. Throughout these seven days, I’d like to propose a series about these first moments, these first actions, these first thoughts of our days. We will discover how we can create habits to develop our spiritual growth.
Have you ever tried to forgive someone and realized you couldn’t do it? It’s as if something in you is “blocked” because of what was done to you... How do you break through and truly forgive? In this reading plan, Eric Célérier takes a deeper look with you into what the Bible says about forgiving others and yourself.
Free From Anger
Anger is a human emotion that God doesn’t condemn. The Lord understands that it can happen. You are a human being, not a superhero! So, anger in itself is not a sin. However, the Bible encourages us to not hold on to it… “‘Be angry, and do not sin’. This plan will teach you what the Bible says about anger and how you can deal with your anger.
I would like to share a thought with you that is fundamental to our lives. It’s from Psalm 1: “Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stands in the path of sinners, nor sits in the seat of the scornful.” This verse teaches us about the Christian life, about what it shouldn’t be. But what should it be?
In this reading plan I share my thoughts about Psalm 23. The texts are a meditation on the most emblematic psalm of King David. They contain veritable treasures which are enriched by incredibly powerful visual images. These images are created by Jérémie Roussier and some moved me to tears! Take your time to look at them all! Welcome to this series on Psalm 23!
God's Dreams For Your Life
Do you realize that you were designed to have dreams? I’m not referring to dreams that you have at night, but dreams for your life! You inherited this quality from your Creator. God’s heart is full of dreams and plans for you. I invite you to join in and discover the dreams He has for you!
Jeremiah 29:11, a verse from the Bible that I absolutely love: ““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.”” Each day, we’ll study a part of this magnificent verse in detail, drawing teachings and principles from it to grow even more in our faith!
Why, Lord...why? Many people tend to experience frustration in one way or another. Many don’t understand why “God allows” this or that situation... This is why I’d like to take you along the footsteps of the apostle Paul in a journey to discover more about the Bible’s answer to frustration.
Have you ever wondered why God makes promises? God found it necessary to commit to man, to give him assurance: in other words, to show him that he can always count on Him. But what do we do to enter into His promises, to fully possess them? This is something we will discover in this reading plan!
Becoming Someone's Miracle
This week, I want to help you become someone’s miracle! Don’t listen to this lying voice that suggests that the world would be much better without you...it’s not true! You can be a blessing to your family, your friends, your coworkers. You are the channel through which the Lord desires to flow into their lives and hearts. You are God’s choice, and your life counts!
Everywhere, festive lights illuminate the streets, the fragrance of pine and cinnamon fills the air, and for several weeks, Christmas carols have returned to the radio. Each of these carols seems more beautiful than the last, and this week I’d like to (re)discover these lyrics that magnify the person of Jesus, our Savior.
Can Jesus Walk On Water?
Jesus did a lot of miracles throughout His life. John, a good friend of Jesus, wrote some of them down in ‘The Gospel of John’. His story is made into a word by word based movie, all his written words are spoken in this movie. We picked out one story of Jesus. This Plan is about walking on water, and the purpose of miracles.
John The Baptist
John the Baptist played an important role in the life of Jesus with the urgency of “God is about to move, so be ready!” and the greater baptism of Jesus in the Holy Spirit as the primary marker for God’s new covenant people. John knew his identity in Christ. Readers will discover how they can learn from John to be all that God created them to be.
Angels played an important role in the birth of Jesus. They hold different titles: Messenger, Guard, Fighter… and many more. Readers will learn about the different jobs of the angels and how it affected eternity forever. They will reflect and see that God also has a specific and unique role for them
Through David’s life, we learn that regardless of our upbringing or status, God has incredible purpose for our life. Readers will understand that everyone makes mistakes, but our mistakes are not what define us. God’s plans for our lives will be accomplished, no matter what or who tries to stop it.
The Battle Of Good And Evil
In Advent, we celebrate the good news of Jesus’ birth and look forward to his future coming and glorious rule. Readers will take a closer look at the meaning of the Hebrew word, Messiah. Most importantly, readers are invited to discover the power the Savior-King has to change our lives, now and in eternity.
Advent is a time to reflect on the first coming of Christ and his second coming. During this week, readers will reflect on their present lives in light of both comings, what has already been accomplished for them in Christ and what has not-yet been fully completed. Living in that already-not-yet tension is key to understanding the Christian life. Readers will discover and reflect on how they should live in this already-not-yet tension.
Fasting & Praying - Why and how?
This week, we will talk about a subject few enjoy bringing up...fasting! Many people believe it is surely good for others, "but not for me." Let's take a look at what the Bible says about fasting and praying. You will discover practical ways on how to start with something Jesus also did a lot!