Why Believers Need to Return to the Simplicity of the Gospel

The body of Christ needs a massive overhaul when it comes to certain doctrines, and we need to return to the simplicity of the gospel. Though I use the word simplicity, I’m well aware that there is tremendous and complex depth to the gospel, and it will take endless ages to search out such understanding.

Don’t Slam the Door on the Holy Spirit—Invite Him to Move!

This past weekend I preached at a growing church in Lake City, Florida, about an hour west of Jacksonville. For several weeks the pastor, Chris Jones, has been taking his congregation through the book of Acts—chapter by chapter—because he wants to create a culture of hunger for the Holy Spirit.

Stop Making God’s Guidance So Complicated

When I was in my 20s, I was praying about whether I should enroll in graduate school. Then one morning in my devotional time I came to Psalm 32:8a, and it seemed to be flashing like a neon sign. It said, “I will instruct you and teach you in the way which you should go.”

The Sign of Christ’s Coming: A Vision Given to Oral Roberts

Continuing with a recent theme I’ve been sharing on, concerning visions and warnings of the times we are living in now. Men of old saw these days and were moved on by the Spirit of God to speak and share these things with us.

Supreme Court to Hear Challenge to Rule Blocking Planned Parenthood

A pro-life rule that we fought for—and you did too—is under attack.

What Ravi Zacharias Might Tell Us Today

We were all devastated last May when Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias died of spinal cancer at age 74. Our souls were crushed again last week when we learned that the famous author and preacher had been involved in years of predatory behavior with women.

What to Do When a Prophet Misguides You

Have you ever been thrown into an unwanted situation that forces you to become the solution to someone else’s crisis? I think most of us have at one point or the other.

It’s OK to Be Honest When You’re Down

Of all the Christian books I’ve read and re-read, Charles Spurgeon’s 1875 classic Lectures to My Students is the most worn out. In fact, the cover fell off two years ago, and I just taped the book together and read it again. I love it not only because of Spurgeon’s biblical revelation but also because of his honesty about his frequent battles with discouragement.

10 Spirit-Filled Ways to Respond to the Change in Administration

You may have voted for the reelection of President Donald J. Trump. I’m sure you went through a plethora of emotions when he lost. You’re probably still processing the turn of events. Nonetheless, Joseph R. Biden is being inaugurated today as our new president.

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