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Joseph Prince - Watch Full Sermon - Healing And Restoration For Your Mind. You are watching the sermon, Healing And Restoration For Your Mind, preached on Jan 1, 2023 by Joseph Prince.
Feel Disqualified? God Can Use You! Part 3 - Joseph Prince. Afraid your weaknesses will hold you back? Watch & see how God can turn things around for your good.
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Faith That Delights The Lord. Part 2 - Joseph Prince. Learn from God's Word how to walk in a faith that pleases Him and receive all His blessings for you.
Joseph Prince - Watch Sermon: Set Apart For Lasting Success - Part 3. Learn how you can possess lasting success in your personal & family life in this revelatory message.
Joseph Prince - Watch Sermon: God's Grace is Corrective. Joseph Prince joins Matt and Laurie Crouch on TBN's Praise to discuss how God's grace ties into faith. Listen as they discuss how God's grace is corrective, gentle, and loving.
Joseph Prince (November-01) Daily Devotional: The Holy Spirit Leads Us Through Peace
Then the dove came to him in the evening, and behold, a freshly plucked olive leaf was in her mouth; and Noah knew that the waters had receded from the earth. - Genesis 8:11
Today I’d like to share with you the Hebrew word for “time”—eth, which first appeared in the phrase “in the evening” in the Bible passage above. What do you see? The first mention of right timing has to do with the dove—that’s a picture of the Holy Spirit. It’s the Holy Spirit who can guide you to be at the right place at the right time.
But look at what the dove has in its mouth—an olive leaf. When the flood during Noah’s time ended, God sent a message through the dove bearing a leaf that there would be no more such worldwide flooding and destruction (Gen. 9:15). It was a message of peace to men. It tells us that the message the Holy Spirit brings is one of peace.
My friend, the Holy Spirit leads us on the wavelength of peace. Sometimes, when you are about to do something, perhaps sign an agreement, plan a vacation, or take part in some activity, you might feel a lack of peace. If that happens, please stop and take time to pray about what you are about to do because the Holy Spirit speaks to us through the peace (or lack of it) He puts in us. He doesn’t speak to us through nagging or accusations. He leads us through peace. When there is no peace in your heart, it’s time for you to reevaluate your decision and listen to His leading.
There’s another beautiful truth hidden in the first occurrence of the word eth. Eth appears in the phrase “in the evening” not only in Genesis 8:11, but in other parts of the Bible as well (Gen. 24:11, Josh. 10:27). When I studied it, I realized that evening time is the time of our Lord Jesus’ finished work at the cross.
The Old Testament priests had two daily sacrifices, one in the morning at 9 a.m. and the other in the evening at 3 p.m. Jesus was crucified at 9 a.m. and He died at 3 p.m., thus fulfilling the type of both the morning and evening sacrifices. At the time of the evening sacrifice, all of God’s judgment had fallen on the body of Jesus. The floods of God’s judgment were ended by the sacrifice of Christ.
The Holy Spirit comes to you speaking peace, telling you that there is now no enmity between you and God, because judgment has passed. You are not perfect but you can have peace with God, and you can ask Him for success and be confident of His covering in all that you do because all your sins have been judged in the body of Christ!
What Do I Do When I Don’t Feel God's Presence? - Joseph Prince . Though the truth that God will never leave nor forsake us (see Heb. 13:5) is one we know by heart, there will inevitably be times we just don’t seem to feel His presence near us. Or perhaps you once relished His presence, but it's been a long time since you last felt it. The Shulamite woman in Song of Solomon chapter 5 had a similar experience when she felt distant from her Beloved and could no longer sense His presence. But it was a surprisingly simple action that changed how she felt! As other people asked her all about her Beloved and she began sharing about His goodness, her love and appreciation for Him began to rekindle. If you're feeling far from Jesus today, why not tell a friend or loved one about your experience with Him and what He has done for you? Besides reminding yourself of the Lord's goodness and love for you, it may stir their heart and curiosity towards Him as well. Who knows, they may want to know Him personally too! Tag a friend who needs to hear this today!
The Answer The World Needs In Dark times - Joseph Prince (. We've lost count of the challenges everyone has faced in 2020 that has cast darkness on many people's lives. Besides the very real struggles in our day-to-day life, we know there are also fears and mind games that can be hard to shake off. But the truth is, in the midst of the darkness, Jesus' light is right here and it shines even brighter. ✨ As His light pierces through every bit of darkness, it brings His life and love into the situation and into your heart. And in all of this, we have an unshakable hope that God loves us and is working everything together for our good (see Rom. 8:28). We want to encourage you to look around for those who are surrounded by darkness and in search of hope. During this time when we can do so many things unhindered by time and space (such as watching service online!), why not invite a friend or someone you cross paths with to attend a service or church gathering online? This Christmas season, be bold, reach out and gift a friend/loved one/colleague/neighbor a personal encounter with the Light of the world who came to bring joy, love, and peace. You never know, they might just receive a rhema word for their situation or have the encounter with Jesus that they need right now! We are praying and believing with you that even as you gather the courage to share Jesus with your friends, their hearts will be open and softened to receive Him.
What Do I Do When God Feels Far Away? - Joseph Prince ( We all have days when we feel the presence of God so strongly and intimately, and days when we can’t seem to feel Him there at all. The highs and lows of our emotions can make us question ourselves—"Have I done something wrong? Is He angry with me for not spending enough time with Him?” Friend, don't fall for the enemy's lies that "You are what you feel." Hit play and find out how your feelings don’t determine your relationship with God. Instead, it's His truth alone that determines how close He is to you. The Bible says He will never leave you nor forsake you (see Deut. 31:6)—regardless of how you feel each day or what you have done! Take heart today that no matter whether you feel His presence, God is close to you (see Ps. 145:18) right until the end of the world (see Matt. 28:20). Tag a friend who needs this reminder today!