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Devotionals

An Answer to Problems by Billy Graham

Thou shalt love the Lord thy God” and “Thou shalt love thy fellowman.” That teaching is not out of date; it is absolutely relevant today.

Make the Right Decision, Not Just a Fast One – Rick Warren

You’re typically not thinking rationally. You’re thinking emotionally. You want to make a quick decision.

Open Heavens: It is finished! by Pastor E.A Adeboye

“And I will put enmity between thee and the woman, and between thy seed and her seed; it shall bruise thy head, and thou shalt bruise his heel.”

Jesus Is Transcendent – Billy Graham

Since Christianity is Christ, those who wish to be a Christian must accept and follow Him as a Person.

How to Tackle the Impossible – Rick Warren

You may be facing such a request right now. You’re wondering how in the world you’ll get started.

Who’s on Your Side? by Joel Osteen

All of us have some of these “by this I know” experiences. When you look back at how you survived that sickness,

Fix Your Eyes on Jesus – by Joyce Meyer

As long as he remained in faith by keeping his eyes on Jesus, he was successful. It wasn’t until fear gripped his heart that he began to sink.

Which Is Easier To Say? by Joseph Prince

Colossians 2:13

And you, being dead in your trespasses and the uncircumcision of your flesh, He has made alive together with Him, having forgiven you all trespasses,

Let me ask you a question which Jesus asked the Pharisees: “Which is easier, to say [to the paralytic], ‘Your sins are forgiven you,’ or to say, ‘Rise up and walk’?” (Luke 5:23).

In the context of ministering to a paralytic, saying “Your sins are forgiven” is probably easier. Why? Because you don’t need an outward manifestation to prove that his sins are forgiven. But when you tell him, “Rise up and walk,” he must rise up and walk, or you will look very foolish! So that makes saying “Your sins are forgiven” easier than saying “Rise up and walk.”

The truth is, what is seemingly more difficult for man in the natural is not so for God. With God, physical healing is clearly “easier” for Him than forgiveness of sins. The latter is the “harder” and greater miracle because it required God to deliver up His beloved Son to take on all our sins and shed His blood on the cross.

Yet, when faced with a loved one stricken with cancer, or when gripped by mounting debts after being jobless for a long time, we seem to find it harder to believe and say that God has already given us the breakthroughs we need, than to believe and say that our sins are forgiven. Saying that our sins are forgiven seems easier than saying that God has already given us the miraculous physical healing, supernatural financial breakthrough or divine favor at the next job interview.

But since God has done the “harder” and greater miracle of “having forgiven you all trespasses,” there is nothing He will not do for you (see Romans 8:32)! In fact, if you think that there is something that God is withholding from you, you are implying that that something is greater than the forgiveness of sins which Jesus died to give you! But nothing can be greater than the perfect sacrifice of Jesus.

So hear the Lord telling you today, “Your sins have been forgiven you. You have perfect acceptance before God. Rise up and be healed! Rise up and walk in health, wisdom, favor, protection and wholeness!”

The End of Revelation by John Hagee

A scarlet stream flows through Scripture. It begins at the gates of Genesis and courses through to the end of Revelation.

Open Heavens: It is finished! by Pastor E.A Adeboye

“It is finished” was the very last statement that Jesus Christ uttered on the cross at Calvary, just before He died.

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