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Beware Some People In Your Life Are Sent By The Devil - Lion of Judah, Motivation. Romans 12:1- 2 Therefore, I urge you, brothers and sisters, in view of God’s mercy, to offer your bodies as a living sacrifice, holy and pleasing to God—this is your true and proper worship. 2 Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will.
Kenneth Copeland (October-11-2020) Watch Sermon: The Dangers of the Equality Act. The implications of the assault on our religious rights are reason enough to vote in this election! Join Kenneth Copeland, Michele Bachmann and George Pearsons on Believer’s Voice of Victory as they discuss the dangers of the Equality Act. Learn why this move is an effort to suppress religious freedoms, and how your vote can make all the difference this election!
Bill Johnson (July-21-2020) Message: The Danger of Introspection. In this Q&A, Pastor Bill shares how introspection can distract from our confidence in God.
Joyce Meyer (February-16-2020) Message: The Danger of Compromise. Are you hoping and striving for something bigger, better or newer in your life. What exactly are you willing to do to get it?
Charles Stanley (August-11-2019) Daily Devotion: The Danger of Delay.
Grace is a word the Bible often uses in connection with salvation. The term speaks of God’s merciful kindness, by which He not only turns souls to Christ but also keeps and strengthens them. In other words, it brings people to saving faith and then enables them to live righteously (Titus 2:11-12).
Unfortunately, some people who receive Christ try to use divine kindness as an excuse to cover their sins (Rom. 6:1-2). But if we’ve truly experienced God’s saving grace, we should also be living in His sanctifying grace. As new creations in the Lord, we are no longer the people we were before coming to faith. We should turn from old patterns and instead nurture the new desires and ambitions that align with those of God’s Holy Spirit, who indwells us.
Then there are some unbelievers who think it’s okay to live as they please for a while before repenting of sin and turning to Christ for salvation. But it’s dangerous to delay. The time to be saved is when you hear the gospel, feel the Spirit’s conviction about sin, and understand that eternal consequences await those who reject the Savior’s free gift. Turning a deaf ear insults the Spirit of grace and “trample[s] under foot the Son of God” (Heb. 10:29).
A proper understanding of grace includes a warning against these types of resistance. Paul expressed it this way to the Corinthian people: “We beg you not to accept this marvelous gift of God’s kindness and then ignore it” (2 Cor. 6:1 NLT). Then, in the very next verse he added, “Indeed, the ‘right time’ is now. Today is the day of salvation.”
Steven Furtick (April-08-2019) Sunday Sermon: The Danger Of A Dream. What if the dreams God has for you are greater than the dreams you have for yourself?
Joyce Meyer - Sermon: The Danger in the Painless Path - Part 2. Your painful life experiences don't have to be wasted. Discover the joy of trusting God with your pain and watching Him work all things out for your good!