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Your Road to a Better Life!

The Freedom that Comes from Forgiveness

No Limits

Moving Forward on All Fronts!

It’s Your Time!

Praying For Your Loved Ones

It Is Later Than You Think

How To Live a Blessed and Happy Life

Biblical Prosperity―It’s Based on Giving AND Receiving

From the archives of Oral Roberts In Philippians 4, the Apostle Paul describes his relationship with the Philippian church in terms of “communication.” Communication involves both sending―or giving―and receiving messages. Paul says that in the beginning of this ministry, “No church communicated with me as concerning giving and receiving, but ye only. For even in Thessalonica ye sent once and again unto my necessity” (Philippians 4:15, 16). What is the story behind these verses? When Paul and his associate Silas and others had come to Philippi, they had preached the Gospel and Paul had cast a demon out of a

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The God of Increase

Lindsay Roberts God is not a God of subtraction and division. I once heard a preacher say, “He’s the God of multiplication and addition!” But how can we know our Lord is a God of increase? Is it biblical? Take a look at the promises in God’s Word: Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you (Matthew 6:33 NKJV). He [God] who supplies seed to the sower and bread for food will also supply and increase your store of seed and will enlarge the harvest of your righteousness. You will

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A Rhythm of Sowing

Richard Roberts The apostle Paul, writing to the Philippian church, said, Now you Philippians know also that in the beginning of the gospel, when I departed from Macedonia, no church shared with me concerning giving and receiving but you only. For even in Thessalonica you sent aid once and again for my necessities (Philippians 4:15,16 NKJV). The inference in the original Greek version is that the Philippians gave to Paul’s ministry “again and again and again.” In other words, they got into a rhythm of sowing their seeds to God. And Paul went on to say that as a result,

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A Vital Lesson

From the archives of Oral Roberts I once saw Sir Edmund Hillary, the first man to climb Mount Everest. He told of the very difficult task of climbing to the summit: the swirling, icy winds; the thin, oxygen-poor air; the task of carrying tent and gear; the sheer fatigue; and the presence of death every hour. Even with everything that he endured going up, Sir Hillary declared that coming down was the most dangerous part of the climb. He was exhilarated from reaching the mountaintop, but the very joy of his accomplishment made him careless. He made it safely, but

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A Higher Realm

Lindsay Roberts If you’re like me, you don’t always know exactly how to pray for certain situations. But thank God, He has given us the Holy Spirit to help us when we don’t know what to pray. Roman 8:26 NKJV says, The Spirit also helps in our weaknesses. For we do not know what we should pray for as we ought, but the Spirit Himself makes intercession for us with groanings which cannot be uttered. When we pray in tongues, we’re connecting with the Holy Spirit. And that means we’re connecting to a higher realm than we’re capable of in

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A Direct Relationship

Richard Roberts I believe very deeply that when you find an absence of spiritual power, you will find an absence of strong effective prayer. Prayer and spiritual power are linked together. You simply cannot ― and do not ― have spiritual power without prayer. The same line you call God on is the line He answers you on. Much prayer means much power. Little prayer means little power. No prayer means no power. Have you ever seen people who seem to catch trouble from every side, but yet somehow they always seem to land on their feet spiritually? They are

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God’s Wisdom

From the archives of Evelyn Roberts Many people I meet view God as a harsh judge who is just waiting to pronounce a sentence upon them. If we think of God like that, we’ll not have His wisdom. Wisdom is rooted in having the right understanding of God, which is knowing that God is a good God who does everything for the ultimate good of those who live for Him. The Bible teaches that wisdom – knowing what to do in every situation and how to discern every spirit – begins when we have a reverent and worshipful fear of

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Praise Jesus for Freeing You!

Richard Roberts Psalms 105 begins with these words: “O give thanks unto the Lord: call upon his name: make known his deeds among the people.” Today is a good day to recall what Jesus has done and continues to do for us and for declaring that Jesus IS our freedom. Jesus FREES us from sin and eternal judgment. He is our Savior. (see Titus 2:14) The Lord FREES us from the oppression of the devil. He is our Deliverer. (see Psalm 18:2) The Lord FREES us from sickness, pain, and death. He is our Healer. (see Exodus 15:26) The Lord

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He Is Lord ― He Is Lord Over All

From the archives of Oral Roberts There’s a chorus that has been popular for many years that goes, “He is Lord, He is Lord, He has risen from the dead and He is Lord. Every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord.” What does it mean for Jesus to be Lord? It means that He is the Master. He is the Ruler. He is the One Who has all power and might, and Who has authority over everything that might try to come against us. He is Lord over Sin. He is Lord over death.

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Is Your Faith Moving?

From the archives of Oral Roberts Have you ever reached the point where you think your miracle will never come? A member of our Partner family once told my parents how they had been at that point where they thought their miracle would never come. The man was driving 120 miles a day to work ― 60 miles there in the morning and 60 miles back at night. He did this for seven years, putting thousands upon thousands of miles on his car. Not only was he wearing out his car, he was wearing out his body. Right across the

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