In Romans 5:15-17, gift mentioned five times. Pastor Joe encourages believers to learn to receive what God wants to give us in our lives. What is your response when you are given a gift? That you have to pay it back or give something in return? God wants to expand our "outside" to match the destiny that He has placed on the "inside" of each one of us.
Psalm 107:1 says, "O give thanks to the Lord, for He is good and His mercy endures forever". The word "is" in this statement is the same as an "equal sign" in a mathematical equation. Therefore, you could also say "God = Good". Pastor Joe gives simple and memorable word pictures on how to lock this concept in your thinking.
Do you think more about what you don't have than what you do have? Eve had the same issue. The answer? Meditate on the Word until it becomes a way of thinking. There's a difference between thinking about a scripture and a way of thinking. This teaching goes right to the heart and root of how destructive deception can be when we allow it to dominate our thoughts.
Pastor Joe shares the characteristics of a covenant with God, and the elements of financial increase included in our covenant as Abraham's seed.
There is one more thing that needs to be fulfilled before Jesus returns...the the supernatural transfer of wealth, a 100-fold harvest on every seed sown. Wow, what are all the funds for? To finance a move of God that will sweep the world in various ways and means. Are you ready?
2017 is the Year to Hear. According to John 10:27, God is speaking to every believer, and every believer has the ability to hear His voice. Pastor Joe sets the tone for 2017 by explaining the importance of having a listening ear, and being attentive to the voice of the Holy Spirit and the Word of God.
God never intended for us to live our lives by trial and error. He sent His Holy Spirit to lead and guide us into all truth. Pastor Joe shares with believers a simple understanding of this vital tool to living a victorious life.
Miracles are "the intervention of God in the regular course of nature, and always involve people". So what is our part? Pastor Joe shares four principles from Mark 5 in this practical and balanced teaching of faith and grace, and what we must do to receive what God has promised.
God's love for you never changes because it's not based on what you've done or not done, it's based on what Jesus did at the cross. He's not angry at you, and disappointed or frustrated with you. His love for you is always the same, you are His beloved.