Did you know that Jesus gave His disciples authority to heal every disease except one? They were told to heal the sick, raise the dead and cast out demons, but there was one disease they could not heal; instead it had to be cleansed. That disease was leprosy.
The spirit of this world is constantly enticing us and attempting to enflame this lust in our heart. The spirit of this world wants us to live in that lust. But you know something...living in the spirit of 'I want! I want! I want!' creates an atmosphere inside of us where the lust for sexual sin can thrive.
Did you ever think you wouldn't be tempted again? It's often discouraging when we realize that temptation is going to be an ongoing part of the Christian life. In a recent chapel service, we examined each of the temptations that Jesus faced. Join us as we look to the Author of our faith and learn how to effectively resist the devil's schemes.
The following excerpt from our newest resource: 'At the Altar of Sexual Idolatry DVD Curriculum' reminds us that sexual addition is first and foremost a spiritual problem that requires spiritual answers.
I want to extend a personal invitation to you to join us on April 28 & 29 at the Grace Fellowship Church in Florence, KY for our 2017 Annual Conference. The theme this year is, "Going on in the Fear of the Lord," from Acts 9:31.
Can you relate to this man's addiction to pornography?
Finally. Real answers and real hope.
Many boxing fans consider Mohammed Ali to be the greatest fighter who ever lived. It wasn’t so much his boxing skills, which were exemplary; nor was it his knack of keeping opponents off-balance with a stinging jab; nor was it his capacity to take a punch. Ali had something inside him that only the great ones possess: a champion’s heart. He had a resolve to do whatever it took to win a fight.
Whether you’ve drifted away from God, or you just long to renew your reverential awe for Him, come join us for a weekend of seeking His face and humbling ourselves in His mighty presence.
Although surrender is no small order, it is only the beginning. It’s a mystery, but the Lord God, the Creator of the Universe, requires our permission before He will begin the work of restoring us into the image that He created us to be. The biblical term for that process is sanctification, but I have a different word for it: Preparation.