Being strong in your body is one thing but being strong in your spirit is so much more! Many people struggle outwardly because they don't know how to thrive inwardly. The key is feeding your spirit a healthy diet just as you would feed your physical body. If you truly want to overcome, it takes faith and faith builds a strong spirit.
We can have the maximum flow of God’s blessings and enjoy fullness of life greater than what we have ever imagined. God wants us to experience life in abundance. It’s the very reason Jesus came to the earth. If you’re not experiencing this, maybe it’s time to figure out why. It’s time to live in the overflow of God’s goodness!
Are you all in?? Watch what God will do!
How to handle transitions :
God will meet you where you at to get you to the other side.
Sometimes God has to make us uncomfortable to get us out of our comfort zone to make us MOVE!
Never put a period where God puts a comma. We don’t know all the wonderful plans God has for us - don’t stop.
Be grateful for your seasons and the impact that it had on your life.
God is bigger than the last season of your life - God will keep using you more and more.
...making a dry path through the sea...
Stop worrying about what God is doing in and through others. (John 21:20-22)
(James 3:16) His call is unique for each person.
Stop pointing blame.
In transitions you will find the unhealthy places you were finding your value.
—> never put your value and identity in something you can lose. *****
God has many commands in the Bible that we sometimes think are
just suggestions. He has never meant for us to remain idle but to
move forward. The only way we can do that is with the help of God’s
Word - it must govern everything we think, say and do. No more
excuses! What are you waiting for? It’s time to step out of the box and
CROSS OVER to all that God has in store for you!
~ Joshua 1:1-9
~ Psalm 1:1-3
~ Psalm 27:1
~ Romans 8:31
Suffering is one of the most difficult things to understand in life and in Christianity. We know that God is good and we know that He sees everything and is all powerful, but why does He allow people to suffer? This question has been asked by millions thought the ages: “Why, God? Why? In part two of our series, How Could God?, Pastor Keith teaches about justified and unjustified suffering.
“How could a loving God send anyone to hell?” This question is usually more accusatory than it is anything else. There will never be an unjust judgement from God! So, we cannot answer a biblical question with just human logic. The Bible has to answer the question. In part two of our series, HOW COULD GOD...? Pastor Keith teaches what the Bible says about our choices and answering the question with a question, “How could people reject a loving God?”
All of us have been through things...everyone. But how you react to these things will determine your outcome. Victims become victims when they give up and let what happened to them determine their destiny. In part 4 of our series, GHOST STORIES, Pastor Keith teaches how the Holy Spirit enables us to be overcomers and never succumb to being a victim in this world.
The Holy Spirit was never meant to be spooky or “something” randomly talked about around the camp fire. Many Christians struggle with not only defining who the Holy Spirit is, but what His purpose is in our lives. Is He supposed to be our life’s good luck charm? Is He the road map we should follow for life’s directions and decisions? Is He our long-distance connection to God in Heaven? Or does He do something else altogether? In part three of Ghost Stories, Pastor Keith teaches about how to walk in the Spirit and deny the flesh.
The Holy Spirit was never meant to be spooky or “something” randomly talked about around the camp fire. Many Christians struggle with not only defining who the Holy Spirit is, but what His purpose is in our lives. Is He supposed to be our life’s good luck charm? Is He the road map we should follow for life’s directions and decisions? Is He our long-distance connection to God in Heaven? Or does He do something else altogether? In part two of Ghost Stories, Pastor Keith teaches about the leading of the Holy Spirit.