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Jesus is a priest forever after the order of Melchizedek. One of the things hidden in that name, in the Hebrew, is the priest who reveals the heart of “Yes!” Jesus’ answer for sharing His inheritance is always “yes.” He came to earth partially to reveal the true character and nature of God… the God of yes! Join me this week as we look at the Hebrew…
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The Apostle Paul said that the message he preached was not “yes” and “no!” In other words, God’s answer is always yes. It’s not sometimes yes, and sometimes no. It’s always yes. The key is allowing Him to meet our needs in a biblical way. Join me this week in CyberChurch as I launch a new series entitled “The God of Yes!” This will give you incredi…
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God designed mankind to live in pleasure. Join me this week to look at the biblical reality of living heaven on earth! Every person has the drive for a better quality of life. Jesus said He had come so that we could have the very best quality of life. The original language defines this to be the quality of life possessed by the One giving it. So, J…
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Jesus taught principles of living by priority. Join me this week to explore the proper order of things in the Kingdom. Priority living can make the difference in how successful your efforts are! When Jesus instructed His listeners to do something first, there was a reason for the priority that directly affected the result. Even obedience can turn o…
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Join me this week to hear how you can abide in the realm of the Kingdom rather than survive from miracle to miracle or rescue to rescue. The greatest witness is the person who draws others to God by their joy, peace, and demonstrations of love. The way we become such a witness is by abiding in the realm Jesus said is within. It is the realm where J…
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Join me this week where I will help you enter the realm in which you recognize and know how to access all the resources of God!The New Covenant is a covenant of promise. It has the same promises as the Old Covenant, but the Bible says the New Covenant is better than the old. Why? It is a covenant between God and Jesus, not God and man. Jesus Himsel…
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God has revealed Himself to mankind from the time of creation. Join me this week and let’s explore the abundance of both His existing and intended evidence in the earth. God’s intention has always been for His people to represent Him. He established the nation of Israel as a kingdom to whom He would demonstrate His heart and the other nations of th…
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It’s difficult to have bold faith if you’re unsure about your perception! Join me this week as I share what Jesus taught about entering and accessing the Kingdom of God. Jesus said becoming born again allowed us to SEE the Kingdom of God; He didn’t say we ENTERED the Kingdom. Seeing the Kingdom of God is more than perceiving that a kingdom exists. …
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Join me this week to gain greater understanding of how to live in and access the realm of the Kingdom of Heaven right now while living on earth! Jesus taught more about the kingdom of heaven than any other topic. His model prayer demonstrated the need to understand the gospel of the kingdom. It is clearly about far more than just going to heaven af…
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Jesus talked about heaven on earth which when heard by His audience held meaning tied to history that has been mostly lost in our present day. His listeners knew that the reference to heaven on earth was a reference to the Garden of Eden. Well, who doesn’t want to live in the paradise described as Eden? However, many of us have believed the promise…
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The first letter of the Hebrew alphabet creates a picture of Heaven and Earth coming into harmony through the faith and authority of mankind, representing God as His ambassadors. Some would argue that we can’t take on such a responsibility, because we don’t know what God wants. Jesus gave us the Keys to the Kingdom of Heaven and said whatever has b…
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Everyone struggles with unbelief in certain situations. But in many circles, if you admit your unbelief, you are made to feel carnal or unspiritual. Jesus never condemned anyone for their unbelief without first seeking to help them overcome it. One of the most powerful miracles under His ministry happened with someone whose child struggled with a s…
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Do you trust God to meet the need in your life or do you feel He will let you down? Lack is a feeling of desperation that leads us to seek an alternative source or not trust God to meet the need in our lives. When we come to God from the perspective that He will let us down, we have moved from lack to limits. Then, even though He floods our heart w…
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Do you believe the miracle you need is simply possible, or highly probable? What moves something from simply being possible to probable is the fact that God proactively initiated the end from the beginning. Jesus’s part is finished. We believe that and receive that. The probability for health, or finances, or whatever you need already exists and yo…
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Take steps to a powerful and steadfast heart which does not waver at the promises of God! The core lie at the root of all religious theology and deception relating to God is this: God is in control of everything; therefore, the horrible condition of the world is the proof that God is not really good and He can't be trusted. Like the children of Isr…
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How do I know when my heart is fixed? Please watch this video as we learn the answer. We can know that our heart is fixed when we do not waver, regardless of the bad report that comes. Why? We remain steadfast on the promises of God. We empty our heart of all personal opinions, are humble and open, and build our lives on the foundation of Jesus’ te…
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Where are you, God? Why am I not seeing the results that God has promised? There is something limiting God in our life situation. When we are not seeing results, we need to sort out what is really going on. Approaching God from a perspective that says we’re not sure if this is true or not, is to put Him on trial. Most of the time when we put God on…
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The number one limitation we place on God is that we don’t believe how good He is. Living our dreams is not just about getting God to hand us something; He wants us to be the person that can live the kind of life we want. That starts in the heart through biblical transformation. Our life should be about BEING and HAVING, not becoming and getting, w…
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The Bible tells us one of the most important tools for making our life work just as God promised is the renewing of our mind! When we renew our mind with what God says in our heart, what we think and feel will all come into agreement. When our heart and mind are in agreement, there is no doubt, no wavering just immovable faith! Discover power keys …
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God is a heart God and under the New Covenant He promises to meet you in your heart. The problem is we have been taught to meet God in our mind. Instead of hearing the voice of God in our heart we think the voice of our intellect is God talking to us. That's the reason so many of our endeavors fail. God always wants to lead you away from lack and i…
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Truth only works when it is in our hearts. The problem is, we have spent a life-time writing negative destructive lies on our hearts about who we are, what we can do and how God sees us. When you know how to write God's truth on your heart, you can change anything about your life. When truth is written on your heart the bible says it will protect y…
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All too often our plans for health, happiness, success and even godliness seem to reach a boundary and all of our good intentions fall to the ground. Most of us fight that battle over and over again and then give up. But I've got great news for you! You can win this battle and break the pattern. In this week's program, I will show you how to move p…
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God looks on the heart not the outward appearance. David and Saul were both kings of Israel who had deep personal failings in their life. Saul was rejected as King and David was established as king. What was the difference? David was a man after God's own heart! There may be many things in your life that are not as they should be, but the most impo…
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Nearly every believer longs to recover their first love and first passion. They yearn for the days when their hearts were on fire with a vibrant sense of God’s presence. Just as the priests worked daily to sustain the fire on the altar, there are things we can do to keep the fire alive in our hearts. Join Abi Lopez and me this week as we discuss pr…
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The Hebrew word translated as desire pictures a fish hook! Like a fish who has taken the bait and swallowed the hook, we can be reeled in any direction. That can work for us or against us. Righteousness can be a desire. When we hunger and thirst for righteousness, we are “hooked.” God gave us the capacity for desire. He wants us to use it for our g…
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Life without passion is like eating food with no taste… boring! We are constantly motivated when we have a passionate purpose for our lives. Every day seems like an adventure. If you’ve struggled to keep your passion alive, I want to share some insights that will help you. Join me this week for a message I call ”Fire In My Bones.” It’ll help you ke…
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We have been told that Jesus’ parables are nothing more than allegories, but that’s not what He said. He said the parables are the mysteries of the Kingdom presented in ways that only those who have a heart for it can grasp them! The parables are the most revealing teaching in the Scripture about how people who are following Jesus will live. In the…
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Why do so many believers lose their passion for the things of God? I am forever seeing people’s social media posts blaming the Church for this pervasive “spiritual affliction.” But, rather than finding the people we will blame, I want to find the solution. Who cares why we cool off? I care about how we can reignite the fire that once burned brightl…
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We know everything in the Old Testament was written for the benefit of New Covenant believers. Everything we want to know about Jesus and the New Covenant is revealed in the Old Testament. This is where the Apostle Paul received his incredible revelation of what we have in Christ! The Old Testament temple is a type of the New Covenant believer: spi…
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No one has ever become happy by finding happiness. The happiest people on earth are those who are grateful. Gratitude is a choice. We become grateful when we choose to notice the good things in our lives. Unless we express gratitude to others, it never accomplishes in us or others what we desire. Join me this week as I share tips and tools about ho…
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Jesus extended every believer the invitation to be more than servants. This doesn’t mean we cease to be servants; it means we become more than servants. As children, heirs, disciples, and ambassadors, we will always be servants. But as friends, we get to enjoy a level of personal interaction unheard of by mere slaves. One of the key promises to tho…
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God showed His ways to Moses. Why? Because Moses wanted to know Him. He wanted to know His character. He wanted to know what to expect! He wanted to know that He was actually following God instead of some religious perversion based on the pagan influences of his childhood. Psalm 103:7, says, He made known His ways to Moses. The word “ways” implies …
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The Bible tells us that we are the temple of God, and the Holy Spirit dwells within us. The word “dwell” is more than simply being present. It means to take up an abode, to occupy or live as in a home! The Old Testament temple was a type of the true temple, which is our inner man. We can enter the secret place and meet personally with God. Join me …
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God has such incredible things prepared for those who believe on Jesus that it can’t be put into words. The Apostle Paul said, "Eye has not seen, nor ear heard, Nor have entered into the heart of man the things which God has prepared for those who love Him."Any attempt to intellectually describe what God has in mind for us requires us to reduce tha…
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Jesus did pray for the sick; He spoke to them and healed them. He didn’t pray for demons to come out. He spoke to them, and they obeyed. When He raised the dead, He didn’t ask God to do anything; He simply called them forth. In John 14:12, He said we could do everything He did and even greater things! Maybe we don't live that scripture because we w…
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When many of us came to Jesus, we expected to find the Jesus of the Bible, who has never changed. We want to know this supernatural God through whom all things were possible. Sadly, our family, friends, and even our church did all they could to lessen our expectations to protect us from disappointment. But I am telling you the God of the Bible can …
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God wants to be the protector and guide for you and your family. All He needs is a person who is willing and ready to step into the Family Priesthood. It can be the dad, the mom, or even the children. God will use the one who sets themselves apart unto Him! In fact, God will use everyone in the family to be the Watchman, to hear and share His wisdo…
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Throughout Scripture, we see situations where God protected entire families because of His relationship with one family member. In the Book of Acts, God saves the lives of an entire boat full of people just because the Apostle Paul is onboard. Then, in Corinthians, He tells us of a supernatural effect we can have on the life of an unbelieving spous…
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A breach is a break in our fortification. It is a place where we are vulnerable. There are few situations that make us more vulnerable than our relationship with our family. And there are few places where we have as deep of an emotional need for loving connection as our family. God has called us to be the repairer of the breach. Join me for this we…
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What does it mean when we say the law is fulfilled? It seems everyone has their own definition of that word! But if we say our dreams have been fulfilled, we understand it means they have finally arrived, we are enjoying them to the fullest. God had a dream when He gave the law. It wasn’t to enslave us to bondage and legalism. It was to set us free…
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We all know the letter kills, but the Spirit is life. We talk about being in the Spirit. Jesus even stated that His Words were Spirit and life. We all have some vague idea of what that means, but I don’t know if I’ve ever heard anything that made that terminology meaningful to my life. One thing we do know is; if the law is just the letter, it kill…
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God provided a testimony of His Son, the Messiah. Some of it was through types and shadows, some were written in detail, and of course, there were prophecies that gave graphic details of things He would do. He has gone to incredible lengths to make Himself known to us, prepare us to recognize Jesus when He comes the first and second time, and under…
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God has very specific goals for everything He has ever said or done. Those goals never change. They were established before the foundations of the world! When we align ourselves with His goals, life becomes effortless. This is what Jesus described as “taking His yoke.” Paul described it as getting in step with the Holy Spirit. Join me this week to …
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Since we know the law is good unless we use it unlawfully, maybe before we declare our opinion about it, we should discover what God says is “unlawful use!”When we use the law unlawfully, we exalt our works above the works of the Lord Jesus. We reject what He did for what we can do. This may well be one of the most blasphemous actions well-meaning …
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There is one final source to whom we must go to evaluate all our beliefs, doctrines, and personal opinions: the Lord Jesus Christ! He is the only person qualified to help us understand God’s true intentions. When He becomes our source, confusion evaporates; the veil is removed from our minds. We see clearly!Join me this week in CyberChurch as we co…
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No one looks at anything and sees it exactly as it is. We don’t actually see with our eyes; we see with our brain. It might be better said, our brain interprets what we see, hear, and experience. Jesus actually identified this very issue as one of the few things that could make the Word of God completely powerless in our lives. Join me this week in…
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The cancer to our faith is what the Bible calls condemnation. When we feel condemned, we expect punishment. Sometimes we experience guilt because of our behavior, and sometimes we have no clue. It doesn’t matter what the source is, condemnation is crippling. Join me this week as we discuss the work of the Holy Spirit Who witnesses to our hearts to …
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One of the greatest lies religion has ever told us is how hard it is to win our family and friends to Jesus. That is absolutely not true. In fact, they may be the people that will be the easiest to reach. The problem is that we don’t know how to reach them. Join me this week and we’ll discuss Have the Right Answers. I can promise you, if you have t…
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The world needs to see Jesus but they can’t unless we show them. We are called to love people the same way Jesus loved them. When they experience God’s love from God’s people, we won’t have to ask them if they want to know God, they will ask us to tell them about the God we know. Join me this week as we discuss how experiencing God’s perfect love m…
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Jesus said, “It is more blessed to give than to receive!” Evidently, we don’t really believe that. When faced with crisis or hardship our first thought is, “God needs to do something. He needs to give me what I need!” If we believed it is better to give than receive, we might actually pray, “Father, help me to freely give that which I need to other…
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