The enemy wants us to think very little of ourselves because he knows if we caught a glimpse of who we really are, it would radically change how we live our lives.
The greatest weapon we have is worshiping God.
Abundance isn’t just surviving or sustaining; to experience abundance is to flourish (whether in internal or external conditions). Abundance looks like overgrowth.
God can change your circumstances in a moment. He turns deserts into springs.
The Lord's presence changes our lives from an obligation to a celebration.
Standing on the experiences, encounters, and knowledge we have about Father God, we can develop a spirit of thankfulness unrelated to our circumstances.
God paid our ransom so that we would no longer be bound by sickness.
God promises to walk with us through difficulties. That means we are never alone!
Because Jesus died on the cross, we are free!
The Lord always fulfills His promises to us. Tough circumstances only provide an opportunity for Him to display His love, power and faithfulness.
The Word says we are seated with Christ in heavenly places far above all powers and principalities of this world. That means we can live above our circumstances because we fight from a place of...
Even when we’re crying out in the agony of our circumstances, we can still turn to God with peace and confidence. Remembering testimonies of His past faithfulness helps guard our hearts.
When we face losses, it’s easy to focus on our pain and anxiety. But that’s the time to focus on God. He isn’t done yet!
We're invited to rejoice in the Lord, even in the midst of loss. Rejoicing shifts our focus away from our circumstances and towards the One who gives us hope.
When tough times come, we need to look past the “facts” of our situation. Instead, we must focus on the truths of who God is and who we are in Him.
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