Tag Archives: trials

How to React to Trials

Most of us, I’m afraid, don’t react properly to trial. But if we did, the bible tells us that we would “yield the peaceable fruits of righteousness.” In this blog, I will address what we mean by trails, how they … Continue reading

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Christians, Embrace Your Hardship!

      Endure hardship. You are being disciplined by God as sons. If we are not disciplined—not in hardship, We are not His children.   So we should thank God for our hardship, For when we are disciplined by … Continue reading

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Let Perseverance Finish its Work: Four Steps to Christian Maturity – from James 1:4

  For a long time I have marveled at James 1:2-3—that we are to count it all joy when we fall into various trials, knowing that the testing of our faith produces patience. Now, just in the last month, I … Continue reading

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Satan’s Strategy: Three Secrets to Satan’s Strategy

Evil seems always to be celebrated on Halloween.  So I will take the opportunity of this day to give you this excerpt from my book Purpose of Prayer, from the chapter entitled Prayer Warfare – Part 1.  Christians: be on … Continue reading

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And Lead Us Not Into Temptation, But Deliver Us From Evil

 After we have prayed for daily bread and forgiveness, we are made clean and strong, ready for duty and for battle.  But before we go out into the world we must pray that God would lead us and protect us.  … Continue reading

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