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Walk This Way

“I’ll give you a new heart, put a new spirit in you. I’ll remove the stone heart from your body and replace it with a heart that’s God-willed, not self-willed.

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Random Question #2


When did seeking after status in the eyes of man become more important than seeking after the anointing?…#‎thinkonthesethings‬

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Walking in the Spirit

Written Nov 2012: I have learned thus far that it is the love relationship with God that is of utmost importance. Just as a baby has need of food and shelter, etc, if there is no love given, will suffer neglect and have no will to live, so also with my spiritual life. 727 more words

Inspirational

Dominion and Domination

There is a distinct difference between us having dominion over the creation of God and our domination of the creation of God. The Bible teaches us that, … 392 more words

One In The Spirit

There will be times in our lives wherein what we have within us is not enough to carry us through whatever station of life we are in. 268 more words

Common Sense - faults

I need this reminder often, how about you?

It’s good to be able to recognize our faults, but if we stop there, we can get stuck in sin, and one of two things can happen, depending on our personality, circumstances, and habits; Either we become despondent and down on ourselves, stuck in pessimism that we know we are at fault, but “this is just the way we are”, and change is impossible, or we become apathetic, tune out the cognitive disonance that happens inside our spirit (which is at war with our flesh), convince our conscience that it doesn’t matter, God understands (stepping back from the bolt of lightening!), and keep on doing what satisfies our natural man instead of addressing and repenting of sin and walking in the Spirit. 321 more words

Pocket Momma

The Work of the Holy Spirit

The dynamic of the believer’s spiritual walk is predicated to a certain degree on how much Bible knowledge resides in his soul. He cannot live what he does not know, and knowing God’s word necessarily precedes living His will. 1,077 more words

Christian Theology