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3 Ways To Stay On Track As You Try to Reach Your Goals!

Your mind is a muscle. It needs to be stretched to stay sharp. It needs to be prodded and pushed to perform. Let it get idle and lazy on you, and that muscle will become a pitiful mass of flab

Weary From Spiritual Warfare? Expect A TurnAround!

Dear intercessors, Spiritual warfare is part of the Christian life. Psalm 144:1 says, "Praise be to the Lord, my Rock. Who trains my hands for war, my fingers for battle." Exodus 15:3 says, "The Lord is a mighty warrior; the

Are You Stressed At Work?4 Ways To Help You!

The working life today has risen several notches up the difficulty scale. Now, people work for longer hours for five days and sometimes, even for the entire week. There are many possible reasons for this change, like the economical pitfalls

God Knows What He is doing! Wait On Him! 8 Ways the devil is working to Keep You from God!

Satan wants to keep you from worshiping the One he hates, God. He wants to keep you from doing the right thing, whether that is spending time alone with the Lord in Scripture and prayer, attending and participating in public

Did YOU Know Opposition Can Be Good For You?

Ever since I was young, I've always been fascinated with the term "buoyancy." A quick check in online dictionaries would yield us a definition going along the lines of "a force that causes something to float [on liquid]" or even

Are Strongholds Holding YOU Hostage?

Does one prevailing problem stalk your life? Where does Satan have a hook in you? Some are prone to cheat. Others are quick to doubt. Maybe you worry. Yes, everyone worries some — but you own the national distributorship of

Use Travail to birth your miracle this Christmas!

As of right now, depending upon where you are in the world, there are 5 more days before Christmas and 11 more days in this year, the clock is ticking. We've been speaking to you about finishing your 2015 strong

Have You ever asked “Where are You God”?

Many times in our lives we go through trials and tribulations. Too often during these times, instead of drawing nearer to God, we have a tendency instead to separate ourselves from Him. In doing so, we are more susceptible to

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