To be sure, Jesus loves prosperity, but prosperity on his terms and in the way of his kingdom.
When it comes to the ministry of the Holy Spirit, don't let the counterfeit scare you away from the genuine.
People typically get the attribution wrong when it comes to the supernatural and the miraculous, focusing more on the vessel than on God the giver.
Despite our current difficulties, we can speak with confidence about our deliverance, almost as a past experience, because we have already been given God’s promise about the final outcome.
Conversations about faith comprise the day in and day out inglorious yet beautiful work of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Next to a Christian understanding of the Word of God, the greatest need of the people of God today is to be deeply discipled into the fullness of the Holy Spirit.
If we are missing a living experience of the Holy Spirit, all the qualifications in the world will not matter.
Let me be employed for thee or laid aside for thee, exalted for thee or brought low for thee.
Maybe the greatest myth that needs busting for the people of God today is the myth of "strength in numbers."
Jesus seems to be a lot more interested in building a Church and growing a kingdom in the midst of nations.