The Power in His Name

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If Jesus’ words are actually true, have you ever taken a monent to think about the implications? 

Any sickness can be healed. Any demon can be cast out.  Any sinner – you, a friend, a relative, an enemy – can be saved.  The mountains in people’s lives and their circumstances can be moved.  Peace and joy can come into your life.  Blind eyes can be opened. Prisoners can be set free.  All of this and more is promised!

Very truly I tell you, whoever believes in me will do the works I have been doing, and they will do even greater things than these, because I am going to the Father.  And I will do whatever you ask in my name, so that the Father may be glorified in the Son.  You may ask me for anything in my name, and I will do it.  (John 14:12-14 NIV)

Whatever you ask … greater things will each of us do.  And His words apply not only to you and your family, but also to neighborhoods, cities and nations!  The ends of the earth await the awakening of our faith to Christ’s promises.  You need to be equipped, empowered, emboldened and trained to bring God’s kingdom from heaven to earth.  You have been called to Jesus’ commission for you to GO preach and teach about His kingdom throughout the world.  To heal the sick, cleanse the unclean from their sins and diseases, raise the dead and cast out demons.

Yet, Jesus will not spontaneously answer your requests until you instinctively obey Him.  Obedience to His requests prepares us to experience His indwelling.  His indwelling in us is where His love finds its fulfillment.  Then we are able to take His love out into the world around us.  It is vital that we obey the Father as Jesus modeled His obedience to the Father.

But Christ’s ultimate goal is not only obedience, but also your oneness with Him.  He would rather dwell intimately in ONE obedient heart who is crying out for more of Him, than to have 10,000 casual believers who only know Him from afar.  He is after your LOVE!  He wants you to be after intimacy and oneness in Him more than anything else.

True love is passion for oneness.  Obedience born of love leads to greater love.  Greater love ultimately leads to the open disclosure of Christ to your heart, putting you into your rightful position as a true son or daughter who the Father can trust in His kingdom.

He who has my commandments and keeps them is the one who loves me, and he who loves Me will be loved by the Father, and I will love him and disclose myself to him.  (John 14:15)

Do you want to see and do greater things?  Do you want to walk in answered prayers?  Do you want to bring God’s kingdom from heave to earth? This is what you must do:

  1. Long for HIM and only HIM.  Run after oneness with Him.  Don’t run after more power.  The power follows your relationship and oneness with Him.  Jesus longed for continual loving intimacy with the disciples.  This is His heart towards you … and it should be your heart towards Him … intimacy with Jesus … oneness with Jesus.
  2. Be obedient.  Obedience is love in action.  Do only what the Father is doing and tells you to do.  Obedient, pure, holy hearts are vessels of honor unto the Lord.  Obedience is what prepares us to be vessels of honor, prepared and ready to bring His kingdom from heaven to earth.  Obedience keeps it ALL about HIM and NOT about US.

When your heart is in obedience the Father can trust you with the greater things.  When your heart is in this position, God will release greater measures of His kingdom to be released through you.  Jesus will fulfill His promise to provide, “Whatever you ask of the Father in Jesus’ name.

The key to unlocking that promise is: In MY Name!  All of God’s promises are accessed through the name of Jesus.  Jesus’ name is a divine, kingly seal.  His signature is on all of your marching orders.  As you are one with Him in intimacy, so you become one with Him in purpose.

Again Jesus said, “Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.”  (John 20:21 NIV )

You in turn should be praying, “as You were sent, Jesus, so send me!”  Jesus’ name is synonymous with His commission, which is your commission – Heal the sick, cleanse the sinner, cast out demons, raise the dead!

Using Jesus’ name in prayer does not mean you can ask for and receive anything you desire, except where your desires are conformed to the desires of Christ.  To the degree you come to Father God with Jesus’ thoughts, desires and motives, you will receive power to fulfill Jesus’ purposes … not YOURS.  When you attach  “in Jesus’ name” at the end of your prayers, you need to make sure that your heart’s intention is not coming out of a religious spirit, manipulation or selfish desires.  Our heart’s motivation must be pure and motivated by Christ’s desires, THEN our prayers will be empowered with heaven’s resources.

Our oneness with Christ prepares us to mirror Him, His will and to represent His purposes.  Whatever we ask in His name, it shall be done!

Pray this prayer throughout the week to embrace the power in His name.

What name is like Your name, Lord Jesus?  When I speak it in worship it is like sweet honey to my lips.  When I utter it in battle, it is a mighty weapon no enemy can oppose!  Lord I ask grace as I learn Your ways and how to fully represent You in every aspect of my life.  I pray that I will be empowered by Your name to bring healing, freedom, deliverance and Your love to the hurting world around me.

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Disarming the Spirit of Rejection

Little Boy Rejection sqIs this a picture of you in your childhood?  Left outside the circle and feeling rejected, lonely and confused?  Feeling rejected is one of the most emotionally devastating of all human emotions!  It can leave deep, painful, emotional wounds in your soul, spirit, body and heart. There is a little child in all of us that has been rejected numerous times in our lives.  Continually experiencing rejection can be physically, emotionally and spiritually devastating.

Rejection is a SPIRIT that pursues us, looking for an opening to cause pain and destruction.  The spirit of REJECTION has several goals:

  1. Rejection and its gang want to torment you with lies about God’s love and acceptance of you, about your value, worth, and identity. Their assignment is to do everything they can to keep you from believing you are loved, accepted and valued by others. All of this aimed at keeping you in doubt, unbelief, confusion and torment.
  2. Rejection’s goal is to make rejection a normal occurrence in your life.  It sets you up to be rejected over and over again until you believe that you are totally unacceptable … even to God.
  3. Rejection wants to lead you into self-rejection, self-hate and rejection of others.

REJECTION can find his way into your heart in many ways.

  1. Rejection by your father is a destructive open door for this spirit.  The father is the primary love, encouragement and protective source in a child’s life.  In RLI’s Fathers Love ministry we find so many cases of fathers who abuse and neglect their children: physically, emotionally, verbally and spiritually.  All of this opens the door to rejection, abandonment and fear.
  2. A second open door is rejection by your mother.  Just like fathers, many mothers have their own hurts, pains, fears and issues that keep them from being able to love and nurture their children in a Godly, healthy environment.
  3. Rejection by our spouse, children, friends, peers at work, school and church also opens the door.  It is a rare person who has not experienced some rejection from someone close to them.  When rejection roots in your soul, it will influence others to find some area where you are different and reject you.
  4. Once you feel rejection, you will look for rejection and be expecting it, whether it is there or not! The rejection spirit, once it gets a foothold, is always seeking to reject and to be rejected.


REJECTION has two popular lies for you!

  1. This spirit never stops telling you that you are unwanted, unloved and unaccepted by your friends, parents, spouse, church … essentially everyone.  Rejection constantly assails us making us feel unworthy, unvalued and full of guilt and shame.
  2. Rejection tells you that you will NEVER belong!  You will never be good enough.  There is something fundamentally wrong with you.  That you are different and flawed.

So let me ask you a question. “WHO TOLD YOU THAT?”  Who told you that no one could ever like you?  Who told you that you would never fit in anywhere?  Who told you that you should reject someone else first so that you can avoid rejection yourself? Who told you that even God doesn’t care about you?

     And He said, “Who told you that you were naked?  (Genesis 3:11 NIV)

We all know the answer to that question – the enemy, the father of lies.  In order to defeat rejection and live God’s truths, you must identify these lies in your life.

The reality is that the Father God wants a relationship with YOU!  He longs for you to make His love and acceptance of you number one in your life, NOT what others say or do – not the lies that you have been believing.  He is your Heavenly Father.  He will always think the best of you.  Even if you are not there now, he destined you to be your best.  He only has the best plans for you.  He never misunderstands you.  He is always there waiting with open arms to love, support, heal, listen, hold and protect you.  Everything you will ever need is in and from Him!

Here are some promises God makes to YOU in His Word.

     But you are a chosen people, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, God’s special possession, that you may declare the praises of him who called you out of darkness into his wonderful light.  (1 Peter 2:9 NIV)

     And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.   (Matthew 28:20 NIV)

     Be strong and courageous.  Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you, he will never leave you nor forsake you. (Deuteronomy 31:6)

So how do you overcome the spirit of Rejection?  This is a good time to put the 8 R’s into practice:

  1. RECOGNIZE these lies for what they are and who they come from.
  2. Take RESPONSIBILITY for believing the enemies lies, and come out of agreement with them.
  3. REPENT for any self-pity, bitterness, fear, rejecting others and any other sins that are tied to the spirit of rejection.
  4. RENOUNCE the spirit of rejection. Refuse to focus on rejection and give it any more power in your life.
  5. REMOVE it.  Tell rejection to go!  It’s assignment is cancelled!
  6. RESIST.  Instead of believing you are rejected, believe in God’s truth.  God’s heart is that we focus our thoughts and attention on how much HE loves and accepts us.  His love is the model for perfect acceptance that defeats all rejection.
  7. REJOICE in God’s love for you!  Thank Him! As we approach the celebration of Easter, remember that the cross of Jesus Christ was God’s ultimate act of love towards us.  You are accepted because through his rejection, Jesus opened the door to our Father God’s total acceptance.  This is the gift He gave you!
  8. RESTORE others. One of the best ways to stay strong yourself is to reach out to others who may be dealing with the same issue.  Pray for them. Invite them to a conference.  Help build someone else up by reminding them of God’s love for them.

In conclusion, it doesn’t matter who has rejected you, what you did or didn’t do.  Stop looking to the world and those around you for acceptance.  God is waiting for you with open arms!  Take one step forward and watch Him run to you!


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God is Not to Blame!

God is not to BlameOne of the most frequent questions we hear as Christians is “Why do bad things happen to good people?”  In this world we see evidence of bad things happening to good people all the time.  As a result, many people, both Christian and non-Christian, blame God and push themselves away from Him.  But please hear this:  God is not to blame!  We have to stop blaming God for sickness, disease and suffering.  We have to stop making up excuses for why we don’t see Him in our lives, because God is not the author of sickness and destruction.  It is not in His character or in His nature.

The truth is we live in a fallen world of sin and conflict.  The enemy is continually fighting and contending for us.  That old nature of “self” is constantly rising up in us.  Bad stuff happens.  Accidents happen.  People hurt and abuse each other and themselves, knowingly and unknowingly.  That is a hard, cold fact of life.

The other truth is that God, in His infinite wisdom, has given every human being free will, each and every one of us.  We are all affected by our own and other’s bad choices whether it be in words or actions.  All of us can look at our own lives and see that other’s words and actions have hurt us and that our words and actions have hurt others.   I recommend that you read these two life changing books: Destined to Overcome and Destined for the Throne by Paul E. Billheimer.  These books explain much about spiritual warfare and about our dominion – the power and authority that God has given us.  It is so important for us to understand our dominion and to exercise it in our lives.  We must understand our authority and our responsibility over the earth, ourselves, our behavior, and our choices.  Satan’s plan has always been to tempt us, then steal and destroy our lives through our bad choices in actions, words and thoughts.  Satan wants to use our choices to hurt ourselves and hurt others causing a ripple effect of hurt, pain and destruction.  That is Satan’s plan, not God’s plan.

Back when I was very sick, I was mad at God because I wasn’t getting better.  Part of my problem was that I didn’t even know that I had a choice about my thoughts, and that my thoughts were affecting my emotional and physical health.  I had no clue.  My brain was like the Energizer bunny, going a mile a minute, thinking about all this garbage – and I couldn’t stop it.  It never stopped.  Ninety-nine percent of my thoughts were negative.  I hated myself.  I hated others.  I hated my life.  I was filled with self-pity.   I was jealous, envious and angry!  I had all this stuff going around and around in my head never stopping.  When I heard at the age of fifty-three that I could choose what I did and didn’t want to think about and that I could choose what I wanted to give power to – it rocked my world!  I could choose!  I began to get better, healthier, more at peace!  When you stop thinking about all the bad stuff, and you choose to think and act in God’s kingdom, the enemy is not happy.  So you have to learn to fight the battle to take back your thought life.  It’s YOUR brain and it’s YOUR thoughts and YOU get to choose.  That’s life changing!

What does a warrior do to prepare for battle?  He trains and practices and exercises.  You have to train those brain circuits in your head to stop the thoughts you don’t want to have.  You have to train and exercise the circuits in your brain that you might not have even known you could train!  And here’s some more good news – the Holy Spirit is there to help.  You are not doing this alone.  Ask the  Holy Spirit to help you and teach you.  He helps make the process a lot faster too.

We have a choice as to what we think and what we do.  We always have a choice.  The key is to stop and make the right choice.  God has allowed us free will to affect the events in our lives and in others.  All of those choices will ripple down through our life, through our relationships, through our family and through our generations.

I don’t fully understand all of this stuff, but I do understand that neither God nor His covenant is deficient.  And I also know that God is big enough to use every situation for His glory.  This may get you thinking about all the things that have happened to you in your life; the things that you have done or that people have done to you.  You need to understand that all the bad things that have happened to you in your life, the problems, the challenges, the hurts and the sickness were not God’s will.  None of that bad stuff was God’s will.  Not everything that happens to you in your life is God’s will.  Was it God’s choice that your father abused you?  No.  Is it God’s will that you are suffering emotionally or physically?  No.  Can God use what has happened or is happening in your life for His glory?  Absolutely.  Do you know why?  Because God can win with any hand you are dealt.  I have seen it in my life, in my daughter Kari’s life and in the lives of thousands of people who have come through the Restoring Lives International conferences.  I have seen what the enemy meant for evil, God turned for good because people like you and me opened the salvation package, applied the gifts to our lives, accepted what Jesus has given us and saw our lives changed.

Take a look at your life this week and think about the choices you are making & the fruit they are producing.  Are your choices from God’s Kingdom or Satan’s kingdom? You can’t control other people’s choices, but you can control your own choices, and how you respond to other’s choices.

And remember … God is not to blame!

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#Powertools: The Strength in Stillness


A key part of a spiritual warrior’s character building is learning the ability to discipline our soul and to STILL the clamor within our hearts and minds.  It is vital that we learn to be quiet and be still, resting in God, even in the face of adversity.   Our first reaction should never be out of panic, but it should always come out of inner peace and rest!  We live in a world that is filled with interruptions, distractions, annoyances and busyness.  This can be a challenge for most of us, especially if we were raised in homes that were far from peaceful.  So let’s visit some of the essential elements of stillness.

1.   Stillness is a discipline.   You need to discipline yourself to think and react out of your inner spirit man and not out of your soul/flesh.  You must learn and practice to always react in peace and confidence while at the same time stilling the panic and the frantic of life exploding around us.  From the stillness of your spirit you release peace into the anxious atmosphere around you.  Demons can roar, people can scream, panic and chaos can reign all around you … but you must practice walking and releasing peace and stillness.

Yes, my soul, find rest in God; my hope comes from him.  (Psalm 62:5)

2.  As you develop the quality of resting, God will send you into places where only His grace can protect you.  When you go forth in confidence and stillness, you can walk where others fear to tread.   When you rest on God’s power and majesty, He will give you greater and greater assignments.

But those who hope in the LORD will renew their strength. They will soar on wings like eagles; they will run and not grow weary, they will walk and not be faint.  (Isaiah 40:31  NIV)

3.  God is always calm in the face of fury, battles and storms.  When you focus in on Him … His confidence and calm will rub off on you.  Jesus’ quiet confidence will give you strength and energy to keep on fighting no matter what the battle looks like!  And you will be relaxed in the battle!

He stilled the storm to a whisper, and the waves of the sea were hushed. (Psalm 107:29 NIV)

4.  True stillness opens your eyes to the majestic provision of God on your behalf when everything is against you.  In stillness and quietness before God you can find a confidence, strength and power not available to you outside of stillness.

Didn’t we say to you in Egypt, ‘Leave us alone; let us serve the Egyptians’? It would have been better for us to serve the Egyptians than to die in the desert!”  Moses answered the people, “Do not be afraid. Stand firm and you will see the deliverance the Lord will bring you today. The Egyptians you see today you will never see again. The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still.”  (Exodus 14:12-14 NIV)

 5.  Lack of stillness and rest in your soul indicates the presence of fear.  It means that you lack faith in who you believe God is in your life.  It makes you vulnerable to the enemy and allows him to manifest through your soul.  Without the spiritual quality of stillness, fear will keep you from reacting out of your spirit man just like the disciples in the storm.

A furious squall came up, and the waves broke over the boat, so that it was nearly swamped. Jesus was in the stern, sleeping on a cushion. The disciples woke him and said to him, “Teacher, don’t you care if we drown?”  He got up, rebuked the wind and said to the waves, “Quiet! Be still!” Then the wind died down and it was completely calm.  (Mark 4:37-39  NIV)

The disciples were amazed by the peace in Jesus to sleep through the storm and then by His power over the storm.  Out of Jesus’ inner stillness, He released peace and caused stillness to affect their surroundings.   The atmosphere changed!

6.  In stillness and quietness, God will speak to you.  God wants to give you revelation but it’s hard to hear Him when you are functioning out of your soul and flesh … busy, harried, anxious, etc.  Most of the time God speaks to you when your heart is quiet and still, resting in Him … when you are living out of your spirit man.  When Elijah was learning stillness it was to increase his capacity to listen and hear God’s voice on a deeper level.

After the earthquake came a fire, but the Lord was not in the fire.  And after the fire came a gentle whisper. When Elijah heard it, he pulled his cloak over his face and went out and stood at the mouth of the cave.  Then a voice said to him, “What are you doing here, Elijah?”  (1 Kings 19:12-13 NIV)

God’s voice wasn’t in the earthquake or the fire, but in a whisper!   The power of God’s whisper is astonishing!  God wants to whisper secrets to you, but you can only hear Him clearly when you are in a place of restful meditation on Him and you spirit is still and quiet.

Practice the spiritual quality of stillness this week.  Set aside some quality time to seek that quiet place where you can experience stillness and hear the voice of your God!

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#RLIPowerTools – Your Spiritual Fitness Regimen

spiritual-fitnessEvery world class athlete trains for hours and days so that they can compete at the highest level.  Every warrior endures harsh physical training and engages in simulated exercises to prepare himself for battle.  Wouldn’t you like to be more prepared for the spiritual battle you fight every day?  How about trying a daily spiritual fitness regimen?  As a spiritual warrior in training, you need to be speaking words that  will help you build your faith, knowledge, identify and belief in who you are in Christ and your position of authority and power in God’s Special Forces here on earth.

The words you speak have power in the spiritual realm.  When they are spoken with an earnest faith and heartfelt love for God those words can have a powerful effect on the world around you and in you.  Because the Holy Spirit dwells within you, you are invested with the power of God Himself and with the full authority of Jesus to use it.  So stand up and shout the words out loud with a firm voice!  Get your whole body into it!  March, raise your arms, jump up & down! Clap your hands and declare the truth of God’s word with energy and enthusiasm!  You will be surprised what a difference in your spirit it will make when you put your whole self into the words you are declaring. It will change your outlook; it  will change your mood;  it will change your day!

Daily Declarations

  1.   I am destined to be a mighty, powerful warrior in God’s Special Forces.
    “For I know the plans that I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope.” (Jeremiah 29:11)
  2.   I know that my battle is spiritual and I fight from my position in and through Christ Jesus.
    For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. (2 Corinthians 10:3-5)
  3.   I know that Jesus reigns in every situation I encounter and that it’s not mine to win.
    I have said these things to you, that in me you may have peace. In the world you will have tribulation. But take heart; I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33)
  4. I don’t avoid tough situations.  I courageously march in because the battle is not mine but the Lords!
    When the righteous call for help, the Lord hears and delivers them out of all their troubles. (Psalm34:17)
    Do not be afraid or discouraged because of this vast army. For the battle is not yours, but God’s.  (2 Chronicles 20:15)
  5.  I know that God loves me 100%.  He can’t help but love me!
    For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.  (John 3:16)
  6. The same power that raised Christ from the dead lives in me.
     And if the Spirit of him who raised Jesus from the dead is living in you, he who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies because of his Spirit who lives in you.  (Romans 8:11)
  7. I know that my power comes from the Holy Spirit who dwells within me.
    And when they had prayed, the place in which they were gathered together was shaken, and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and continued to speak the word of God with boldness.  (Acts 4:31)
  8. I know that my position of authority remains and grows as I am in intimate relationship with the Father and obedient to Him.
    Abide in Me, and I in you. As the branch cannot bear fruit of itself unless it abides in the vine, so neither can you unless you abide in Me.  (John 15:4)
  9.  I know that Jesus was given all authority in heaven and earth and He has given me His authority to do everything he did and more.
    Behold, I have given you authority to tread on serpents and scorpions, and over all the power of the enemy, and nothing shall hurt you.  (Luke 10:19)
    And he called the twelve together and gave them power and authority over all demons and to cure diseases.  (Luke 9:1)
  10.   I am not looking to be rescued.  I know that I already am!
    For thus says the Lord God: “Behold, I, I myself will search for my sheep and will seek them out. As a shepherd seeks out his flock when he is among his sheep that have been scattered, so will I seek out my sheep, and I will rescue them from all places where they have been scattered on a day of clouds and thick darkness.”  (Ezekiel 34:11-12)

Take some time each day this week to speak these declarations out loud and experience the changes they will bring in your life!


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#PowerTools – Your Choice: Door Number 1, 2 or 3?

Door #1 #2 or #3I grew up in a home that was filled with criticism, accusation, shame, and bitterness.  My mother was constantly shouting and berating me and it shaped me into a little girl who was afraid, timid and withdrawn.  The healing I have experienced through God’s love has freed me from that shell and released me into the destiny that God planned for me.  But the enemy is always trying to draw us back into those old, familiar, dark places.

A couple of years ago I was at the grocery store picking up a couple of things after watching my grand-babies, and as I loaded my purchases onto the conveyor my phone rang.  Normally I wouldn’t have answered, but it was from my daughter Jami so I answered her call.  It seems there was a minor family emergency, and as I paused to reply to my daughter I heard a loud, strident voice shouting at me from behind me in the line.

“Well!  If you would put down your *&^^% phone and pay attention to what you are doing I could get out of here!”  I thought someone must be fooling with me, and my daughter asked if someone was yelling at me.  I turned around and saw a woman who was screaming, literally spewing this filth at me.  At that point, everything went into slow motion and I was back in the home of my youth hearing my mother screaming at me.

I’m looking at her and in that moment I had three choices.

  1. I could choose door number one.  I could become the little girl I used to be.  “I’m so sorry, I shouldn’t have done that.  Please forgive me.  I’m a good girl.”  But I’ve been healed and set free from that.  I’m not opening that door anymore.
  2. Or I could take door number two.  “I am not the submissive, frightened little girl I once was.  I have power and authority.  I do NOT have to take this.”  I could just lay it on the line for her, act just like my mother used to act towards me.  But no … that isn’t who I am now.   That is not a part of me anymore.  Door number 2 is locked and sealed.
  3. So I went to door number three.  “It sounds like you are in a hurry.  How can I help you?”  I loved her, blessed her and dealt with her in grace, showing with my countenance and the sound of my voice the love of Christ within me.  And as I separated her from all the horrible, nasty stuff that was coming out of her mouth towards me, she changed.  The volume of her voice came down.  Her countenance changed. And let me tell you, the clerk behind the counter looked so relieved!

We don’t have to react to things that happen to us because that is reacting out of your soul.  Instead, we need to respond out of our spirit man.  We have to train ourselves to respond out of our spirit, out of God’s kingdom and not be seduced by Satan’s kingdom.  It’s a split second decision when we have to decide how we will choose to respond.

This is how the body of Christ is supposed to act.  This is how we change the world and let the world see that we are different. We need to show that we can separate people from the stuff that’s happening to them and from the stuff that is in them.  We need to love them, wearing a countenance of love that shows through our words and our actions.  We need to change the atmosphere around us.

Are you going to act perfectly every time?  No, but it’s a growing process that starts today!  You can choose whether you are going to react in Satan’s kingdom or respond in God’s kingdom.  God is anxious to help you in this!  He is always there to teach you, support you and help you choose the right path.

We are children of God.  We are no longer sinners, we are saints.  And the good news is that God’s grace gives the help and the power to overcome temptation and sin so that we can walk free and represent Jesus’ kingdom.

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