In times of crisis, some prayers change everything. You might not see it now, but eventually we all get thrown something we can’t handle. When you’re overwhelmed and don’t know what to do, don’t go hunting for the quick fix. Instead, learn how to get to God in a crisis and keep your eyes on Him. When you do, you’ll experience the power of breakthrough prayer.
If your prayers have grown cold, get ready to light them up again… because what accelerant is to a fire, biblical starters are to your prayer life. If you grab hold of what God’s Word says, it will put a fresh flame of passion, faith, and fervency under you. The time for half-hearted praying is over. Pour on the accelerant and start your journey back to breakthrough prayer.
If you want to stand up under the weight of the world and experience strength that only God offers: listen up! Dive into Acts 16 and learn from Paul how to be strong in the Lord, even when your circumstances are hard. If you’re struggling with strength, it’s time to throw aside all non-essentials and get back to God’s call on your life. Because when you experience God’s strength over your own, you’ll never want to go back.
God is looking for people to give strength to, and He wants to give it to you. But have you noticed that some Christians are stronger than others? What separates victorious Christians from defeated ones isn’t miracle, but method. Scripture shows us that when we surrender certain rights for a greater cause, strength rushes onto us. So dive into Acts and learn how to do more of what builds strength and less of what drains it.
Life really begins when you realize you are here for God. Yet so often we play a comparison game between ourselves and people who “have it better.” Christ doesn’t call us to one-up other people; He calls us to maximize our capacity to serve Him. Some people have a lot. Some have a little. But everyone has something. Join Pastor James as he unpacks the Parable of the Talents and discover the joy that comes from multiplying your service to the King.