Thinking the Way God Thinks

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Keys to a Brilliant Focus.

Learning to be present in the moment with Christ, means staying up to date with God’s current purpose for us. His focus is unbreakable. God is focused on our circumstances, our identity, our present and our future. He’s inviting us into the same kind of mindset. There are three keys...

The Art of Celebration.

Joy is the great partner of peace. When partnered together, joy and peace eradicate negativity and guarantee an increase of trust and faith. Joy comes from knowing who God will be for us no matter what is occurring because joy is who God is. Since God is always joyful, our...

Developing Confidence in the Favor of God.

Favor is the ability to receive a promise no matter what is going on. It’s the permission to ask, seek, and knock while being sure that God’s answer is going to be “yes.” Remember, all the promises of God are “yes and amen in Christ.” (2 Corinthians 1:20) As we...

The Importance of Remembering Your Promises.

 The law of life in Christ tells us that a promise elevates every circumstance because they contain God’s intentional bias towards us. God only deals with the language of promise, and therefore, we can see ourselves as a people of promise who have upgrades waiting to be claimed. We...

Discovering a New Man Perspective.

[Listen on iTunes] The key to effective learning is your ability to unlearn something you thought you knew. When we come into the Kingdom from the world, God divests us from everything the world taught us. Since we’ve been surrounded by the world’s way of thinking, seeing, speaking, and acting,...

What a Lifestyle of Rejoicing Can Do For You.

“Therefore my heart is glad, and my glory rejoices;
 my flesh also will rest in hope. For You will not leave my soul in Sheol, nor will You allow Your Holy One to see corruption. You will show me the path of life; in Your presence is fullness of joy;...

Wisdom Is The Language of Faith & Trust.

The natural mind with its reliance on logic, reason and rational, can’t understand the language of trust or the walk of faith because it needs to make sense of everything. Logic requires information, yet trust requires a promise. As we grow in trusting God, we can walk into our future...