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The value of godly prudence

Chances are that if you are a saint who has sought out and embraced godly wisdom, you also have an attribute called prudence. What is prudence? According to Webster's 1828 dictionary, which defined words based on Biblical contexts, prudence is "wisdom applied to practice." Taking into account Bible verses that mention it, a prudent person… Continue reading The value of godly prudence

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The type of fasting that gets God’s attention

Fasting is a powerful spiritual tool that God has given us to use to make a difference in this dark world. It is so powerful that when it's used alongside prayer, evil spirits can be sent fleeing (Mark 9:17-29). On the other hand, in order for it to be effective, when we use it we… Continue reading The type of fasting that gets God’s attention

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God is our captain: how an outnumbered army claimed victory

Abijah, the son of evil king Rehoboam of Judah, turned out to be godly despite growing up in the shadow of his evil father. His name even reflects the boldness he had in the Lord since "Abijah" means "Jehovah is my father." One day, king Abijah had to face the northern kingdom of Israel in… Continue reading God is our captain: how an outnumbered army claimed victory

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Having an onward, upward focus in God’s light

I have to admit that for me, trusting others is not something that comes easily, especially when it comes to who I look to for spiritual, moral, or ethical guidance. I believe since we live in a period of great apostasy in Christendom, it pays to have a healthy dose of spiritual skepticism along with… Continue reading Having an onward, upward focus in God’s light

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Godly wisdom is readily available, not readily accepted

Did you know that godly wisdom is not difficult to find? As a matter of fact, the Lord himself has let us know over and over in his word that all we need to do to get it is to humbly seek him then ask him for it, and by his grace it will be… Continue reading Godly wisdom is readily available, not readily accepted

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Faithful and godly confidence to the end

The prophet Elisha had a lengthy ministry that brought forth many unforgettable, mighty acts on God's behalf. Even when he became old, decrepit, and deathly ill, he showed himself faithful to God and confident even on his death bed. At that time Israel was in a crisis caused by the Syrian military, so king Joash… Continue reading Faithful and godly confidence to the end

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4 examples of great works for God bringing great devilish opposition

Scripture time and again reminds us believers that when God saved us, he essentially hired us to work for him, even if our work(s) may be considered insignificant. Paul pointed out several times that members seen as small and insignificant should never be despised and dismissed by other members (see 1 Cor. 6:4; 12:14-23) since their… Continue reading 4 examples of great works for God bringing great devilish opposition

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6 Biblical examples where desperate times required saints’ unusual, godly methods

I was told once by a church member (paraphrased), "God won't bless your ministry unless you submit your ministry to the pastor, because people who don't submit are usually caught up in pride. If you won't submit to a pastor, why would you expect anyone to submit to you in your ministry?" He was under… Continue reading 6 Biblical examples where desperate times required saints’ unusual, godly methods

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Instead of complaining about God, it’s time to start asking him what he’s up to

I admit it. I've been guilty of it. Complaining to God about what he is or isn't doing. As if he isn't aware of the situation or as if I know better how to handle it than he does. God forgive me. But thank God for his patience and longsuffering. He wants us to approach… Continue reading Instead of complaining about God, it’s time to start asking him what he’s up to

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Man-made California drought worsened by pot farms, or, how liberal policies bite you in the rear

Back in the 1970s, some California leaders forecast the state's population and agricultural growth over the next few decades and knew that they would have to take certain measures to build up the state's water reservoirs and a system of conduits to move water around efficiently to meet the growing population's growing demands for water.… Continue reading Man-made California drought worsened by pot farms, or, how liberal policies bite you in the rear