Posts for tag #leading of God
Micah 7:8 Rejoice not against me, O mine enemy: when I fall, I shall arise; when I sit in darkness, the LORD shall be a light unto me.
In a military context, “shock and awe” is a term for the principle of rapid dominance, where you try to force the enemy, to lose the will to fight. Jesus did it just a tad different. In actuality, He arrived unable to fight, to do anything, and so He stood up to battle our enemy.
Shock and awe in the will of god, or terror, guilt, and shame outside His will – what will you have?
This discussion was held in connection with the message The Waters of Deliverance.
(December 4. 2016. Sunday)
3 periods of Moses’ life with water – edification: about purpose, power and provision.
(Exodus 2:2-3, 14:10,16, 17:6; Tit 3:5)
Man cannot produce the work of God and He will show it to us that we cannot
(Zac 4:6; Jn 6:63)
Believers, non-believers, good people, bad people… we all face with worried. There are situations that we cannot control…it is impossible. And then there is no peace. Worries can rob our lives. But there is a good ending!
(Psa 37:1,7-8, 127:2; Prov 24:19; Mt 2:3; Mrk 9:10; Jn 10:28-29; Acts 2:12; Heb 2:15)
How was David different from his contemporaries? Why would God say about David: „man according to my own heart”? What does this mean for us today, in the dispensation of grace? What is the church according to God’s heart like?
(Acts 13:22, 2Cor 3:14-15, Psa 119:99, Jn 1:17)
The call of God is an exceptional honor. We have received a royal mission. And because of that you are important. Just get to know the details!
The Bible says that you should seek the face of God without ceasing. God says that nobody can see His face. What is written on the face of God? What is it that we cannot see? What does it mean to seek His face? He can be found!
(Gen 25:31-32,34, 33:1,9-10, 1Cron 22:19; 2Cron 7:14; Psa 105:4; Mt 17:2-3; Col 3:1-2; Rev 1:14)
There is a river that is unseen but it can be found. It is not only able to turn your attention away from the circumstances but also able to save your spiritual life.
We love those stories with happy endings in our lives when we know that I had nothing to do with it. But we know well: Unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain who build it. What was Paul’s prayer that was so important for the Holy Spirit? Could it be our prayer as well?
(Luk 5:12-13; Phili 1:8-11)
The consequence of the fall is shame, guilt and fear. What do these mean? How do they have an influence on man’s life? As a believer you can accomplish and do anything in your life but you cannot quiet down these three things. Only Jesus is able for that and He has already done it. You only need to hear, and hear it well as He speaks because as Christians we can misunderstand His voice.