God is plain to see to those with a heart to see Him.
What God wants from His followers is maturing Christians.
It seems that when you look at the prayer life of the church in Acts, the focus was never on the temporal. It was always on the eternal.
Life is tougher than football.
Sometimes walking with God is literally that: walking with God.
Paul had power to do great things for God, because he had a powerful relationship with God.
The world needs to see lives that support our testimonies as Christians. You know who else needs to see that? God.
When Christ spoke of mustard seed faith, His emphasis was not so much on the size of the seed, but on what it BECAME.
It does not matter who you are, or where you are in the world, if you will draw near to God, He will draw near to you. All we have to do is pray.
I have to admit, praying I can do. Fasting is a difficulty for me. So this post was a difficult one to put up. But in Scripture fasting and prayer go hand in hand. Those who did it, did not always fast and pray. It was usually reserved for times when real guidance was needed. … Continue reading Acts on Prayer – And Fasting