11-year-old Texas girl healed of inoperable, incurable brain tumor

Doctors can't explain it. Six months ago in June, Roxli Doss was given a hopeless diagnosis. An MRI scan was done when she fell sick and the doctors found a large tumor on her brain. Testing revealed Roxli had a rare tumor called diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, what they call DIPG for short. DIPG causes major... Continue Reading →

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An inconvenient request and a delayed, but granted, answer

In Luke 11, while Christ was teaching his disciples about how to pray, he followed the Lord's prayer with an interesting parable and lesson in verses 5-10:5 And he said unto them, Which of you shall have a friend, and shall go unto him at midnight, and say unto him, Friend, lend me three loaves;... Continue Reading →

God is the saving strength of his anointed

Prayer is an incredible tool used by God's saints to which the Lord responds by affecting situations in the world. For millennia, saints have called out to Jehovah to usher in his righteousness and justice in its various forms as they ask him to thwart the wicked and their wicked actions or schemes. David was... Continue Reading →

Jesus works in our day to save people in the midst of impossible situations

John Ankerberg hosts missionaries Tom and JoAnn Doyle who share how the Lord is still working in the affairs of men to save people in areas of the globe where Christianity is forbidden. Through dreams, visions, and everyday circumstances the gospel is reaching the lost even in their impossible circumstances so they can be saved... Continue Reading →

Intercessory prayer seems to have worked against Hurricane Florence

When forecasters began warning about the dangers of Hurricane Florence days ago, it was predicted to be a Category 5 by the time it would make landfall. Then some serious Christians started praying as the government issued evacuation notices. Florence seemed to be destined to be a record-setter. Then on Monday, September 10, a Christian... Continue Reading →

Depression is on the rise, but tools to fight it are easy to find

A recent study by Blue Cross Blue Shield has shown that the number of people with health care insurance who are diagnosed with major depression in America is increasing sharply. Although it is increasing across the board, the increase is most significant for women, teens, and millennials. The statistics were measured from 2013-2016 and showed... Continue Reading →

Holy Spirit-centered

Toward the end of 1 Thessalonians 5, Paul unleashes what seems to be a string of last minute random statements. Although his statements can be quoted (and often are) as stand-alone phrases, they are all linked together. I'm speaking especially of verses 16-23, which read as follows: 16 Rejoice evermore. 17 Pray without ceasing. 18 In every thing... Continue Reading →

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