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Wednesday, March 13, 2024

Spiritual Warfare: How to Put on the Armor of God


Spiritual Warfare: How to Put on the Armor of God

Spiritual warfare is a real aspect of every Christians' life that we must fight against. And to do so, our tools and weapons can be found in the Armor of God listed in Ephesians 6:10-18. Become a member here: Join this channel    / @impactvideoministries   Don't forget to like and subscribe. If you're interested in studying the Bible in depth, check out our partners at Logos Bible Software: https://partner.logosbible.com/click....

Bible Stories with Deeper Meanings... (Animation)


Bible Stories with Deeper Meanings... (Animation)

Have you ever wondered why Jesus told his disciples to buy swords before his arrest? Have you ever considered the significance of the horde of pigs Jesus cast the demons into? Or have you ever asked why John 20:7 is even in the bible? Over the last 12 months I've come across a few theories about well-known passages involving Jesus that I had trouble believing. I was certain they couldn't be true but after studying the passages in question I was absolutely blown away. Sub Count: 8,749 #animation #bible #jesus #biblestories #newtestament #god #cartoon #canon #biblicalcanon #bibleverse #prophecy #prophetmuhammad #discipleship #demonslayer #demons #pigs #camel #jerusalem #oldtestament #bibleanimation #temptation #wilderness #matthew #mark #luke #john #gospel #paul #epistle #catholic #protestant

Pursue The Healer And Be Healed (Full Sermon) | Joseph Prince | Gospel Partner Episode


Sign up for our Gospel Partner newsletter & get access to a FREE MASTERCLASS ON HEALING: https://www.gospelpartner.com/healed About this episode You are watching the sermon, Pursue The Healer And Be Healed, preached on Aug 20, 2017 by Joseph Prince. This episode was made free on YouTube because of the support of our gospel partners. Thank you for partnering with us! Chapters 0:00 In Today's Gospel Partner Episode... 0:35 01 Introduction: God wants you well! 8:40 02 Jesus bore your sicknesses on the cross 18:48 03 By His stripes, you are healed! 24:54 04 Let Psalm 105 be your faith picture 37:34 05 "How much longer, God?" 48:20 06 Healing is a rest 58:58 07 When your healing seems delayed 1:09:37 08 Don't give up on your miracle! 1:20:02 09 Salvation prayer & prayer of blessing If you are dealing with a health challenge, we are believing with you for your breakthrough, and we speak the Lord’s healing over you. As you stand in faith for your complete healing, be sure to practice both faith and wisdom. Be sure to consult a qualified medical practitioner or healthcare provider regarding your health status, and do not, on your own accord, disregard any professional medical advice or stop taking your medication. We are praying for you and look forward to hearing your praise report! #gospelpartner #josephprince #healing

Monday, March 4, 2024

Embracing the Power of Faith: Unpacking Matthew 19:26


 Embracing the Power of Faith: Unpacking Matthew 19:26


In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, it's easy to get caught up in the chaos and lose sight of the bigger picture. But amidst the noise, there's a timeless truth that has the power to anchor us in hope and inspire us to reach for the impossible: Matthew 19:26.


In this verse, Jesus declares, "With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible." These words hold profound significance, echoing throughout generations and touching the hearts of believers across the globe. Let's delve deeper into the essence of this scripture, exploring its Hebrew roots, unpacking its message, and drawing practical lessons for our daily journey of faith.


**Hebrew Insights:**

In Hebrew, the word for "impossible" is "בְּלִיַּעַל" (beliyya'al), which signifies something that is without value or worthlessness. On the other hand, the phrase "all things" in Greek translates to "πάντα" (panta), encompassing every circumstance, challenge, and dream we encounter in life.


**Bible Study Notes:**

Matthew 19:26 serves as a reminder of our human limitations and the boundless power of God. It's a testament to the miraculous and transformative nature of faith. Jesus spoke these words in response to his disciples' astonishment at the difficulty of a rich man entering the kingdom of heaven. His statement emphasizes that salvation, restoration, and fulfillment are not attainable through human efforts alone but are made possible through God's grace and intervention.


**Daily Lessons:**

1. **Embrace Humility:** Recognize our inherent limitations and weaknesses. Our inability to achieve certain goals or overcome certain obstacles on our own should lead us to humility, driving us to seek God's guidance and assistance.

   

2. **Cultivate Faith:** Nurture a deep and unwavering trust in God's power and goodness. Even when circumstances seem dire and solutions appear out of reach, hold firm to the belief that God is capable of working miracles beyond our comprehension.


3. **Persevere in Prayer:** Stay committed to fervent prayer and supplication. Approach God with boldness and persistence, knowing that He hears our cries and delights in answering according to His perfect will.


4. **Step Out in Obedience:** Act in obedience to God's Word and leading, even when the path ahead seems daunting or uncertain. Trust that God's plans far exceed our own and that He is faithful to fulfill His promises in His perfect timing.


As we navigate the complexities of life, let's cling to the timeless truth of Matthew 19:26. With faith as our compass and God as our guide, there's no limit to what we can achieve. May this scripture serve as a beacon of hope, inspiring us to pursue the impossible and witness the miraculous unfold in our lives.

Sunday, February 25, 2024

Finding Strength in Faith: The Power of God's Support


 Finding Strength in Faith: The Power of God's Support


Welcome, dear readers, to a reflection on a timeless truth that has brought solace and strength to countless souls throughout the ages: "If God is for us, then who can be against us?" Join me as we delve into the depths of this profound statement and uncover its significance in our lives today.


At the heart of this declaration lies a profound understanding of the divine presence in our lives. When we speak of God being "for us," we're acknowledging the unfathomable depth of love and support that emanates from the divine. It's a comforting reminder that we are never alone, that there is a guiding hand ever-present in our journey.


Drawing from the wisdom of sacred texts, we find reassurance in the enduring message of faith. In the Bible, these words resonate with a clarity that transcends time and space, reminding us of the unwavering faithfulness of God. They serve as a beacon of hope in moments of doubt and uncertainty, offering a firm foundation upon which to anchor our souls.


But let's not overlook the gravity of the question posed: "Who can be against us?" In a world fraught with challenges and opposition, it's natural to feel overwhelmed at times. Yet, in the face of adversity, we are reminded of the resilience of the human spirit and the steadfastness of our faith.


Embracing the Hebrew origins of our spiritual heritage, we find depth and richness in the language of the Scriptures. The name "Elohim" echoes with reverence, encapsulating the divine majesty and sovereignty. And in the name "Immanuel," we discover the profound truth of God's presence among us, a source of comfort and strength in times of need.


So, as we navigate the complexities of life, let us hold fast to the promise encapsulated in these words. Let us draw strength from the wellspring of faith that sustains us, knowing that with God on our side, we are equipped to face any challenge that comes our way. For in the embrace of divine love, we find the courage to persevere and the hope to endure.



Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Reflecting on the Majesty of God: Insights, Tips, and Bible Study Notes #Psalm 89:5-6


God! Let the cosmos praise Your wonderful ways, the choir of holy angels sing anthems to Your faithful ways! Search high and low, scan skies and land, You’ll find nothing and no one quite like God. 

Psalm 89:5-6


As I gaze upon the vast expanse of the cosmos, I am reminded of the majestic ways of our Creator, the Almighty God. In Psalm 89:5-6, the psalmist beautifully expresses the awe-inspiring nature of God's greatness: "Let the cosmos praise Your wonderful ways, the choir of holy angels sing anthems to Your faithful ways! Search high and low, scan skies and land, You’ll find nothing and no one quite like God."


**Insights:**

- The Hebrew word used for "wonderful" in this verse is "pala," which means extraordinary or marvelous. It encapsulates the incomprehensible nature of God's works and ways.

- God's faithfulness is highlighted through the term "chesed," which signifies His steadfast love, kindness, and loyalty towards His people.

- The imagery of searching high and low emphasizes the uniqueness and incomparability of God. No matter where we look or how far we search, we will never find anyone or anything quite like Him.


**Tips:**

1. **Contemplative Prayer:** Set aside time each day to meditate on the wonders of God's creation and His faithfulness. Allow His presence to envelop you as you reflect on His majestic ways.

2. **Study Scripture:** Dive deep into the Word of God, exploring passages that reveal His character, His works, and His promises. Use resources such as concordances and lexicons to uncover the richness of Hebrew words and their meanings.

3. **Community Engagement:** Surround yourself with fellow believers who share your passion for God and His Word. Engage in Bible study groups, attend worship services, and participate in activities that foster spiritual growth and fellowship.


**Bible Study Notes:**

- Psalm 19:1 declares, "The heavens declare the glory of God; the skies proclaim the work of his hands." Nature itself serves as a testament to God's majesty and creativity.

- Isaiah 40:26 reminds us, "Lift up your eyes on high and see: who created these? He who brings out their host by number, calling them all by name; by the greatness of his might and because he is strong in power, not one is missing." God's sovereignty and power are evident in the intricate details of creation.

- Job 37:5 reflects on God's unfathomable ways: "God thunders wondrously with his voice; he does great things that we cannot comprehend." Even in the midst of life's uncertainties, we can trust in the mysterious yet marvelous ways of our Heavenly Father.


**Application to Daily Life:**

In our daily lives, let us be intentional about acknowledging and praising God for His wonderful works and faithful ways. Whether we find ourselves in moments of joy or seasons of adversity, may we always seek to magnify His name and honor Him with our lives. Let us join the cosmic choir of creation in proclaiming the greatness of our God, for truly, there is nothing and no one quite like Him.

Tuesday, February 20, 2024

Urgent Warning Vision from Jesus [Don't Ignore This!]


Urgent Warning Vision from Jesus [Don't Ignore This!]

Summary

This transcript is about Raphael Giglio’s Jewish grandfather, who became a believer and used his delis as Jewish evangelism centers. Despite facing protests from local Jewish groups, his business thrived, and he continued to share the good news of Messiah. Raphael himself had a powerful encounter with the Holy Spirit at a young age but later drifted away. However, he eventually turned back to God and became a passionate preacher and worship leader. The transcript also emphasizes the importance of sharing the message of Messiah with Jewish friends and family members.

Highlights
Raphael’s Jewish grandfather became a believer and used his delis for Jewish evangelism.
Despite facing protests, his business thrived.
Raphael had a powerful encounter with the Holy Spirit at a young age but later drifted away.
He turned back to God and became a passionate preacher and worship leader.
The Holy Spirit has been with us since the beginning, and it is important to have an affinity for Him.
The Holy Spirit was poured out on Pentecost and dwells in believers.
Raphael teaches about distinguishing between spirit, soul, and body.

Compelling Evidence for Noah's Flood

Compelling Evidence for Noah's Flood "Noah's Flood is real history. God judged the world in the past, and there's going to ...