Why does the New Testament only speak of “sons” and not “sons & daughters?” Is this just another example of sexism in the scriptures, or are there actually compelling reasons for describing God’s children in this way? Let’s talk about it…
Kingdom of God
For generations Christian women were told that their services in the Church were few and well-defined: things like minding the kids or working in the kitchen preparing food. But what does the Bible actually say about the role of women?
In the midst of an extremely difficult season of her life (she was unemployed and she and her son were homeless), Nichole Allen received personal prophetic words from God that gave her the strength and courage she needed to go on.
Faithfully writing these words as letters from God, these encouraging words are now published in her first book, “Letters From God.” Available here: http://amzn.to/2ysJIYU
Nichole shares her experiences with us on this episode of Strategic Insights.
Would you do something that looked silly if it meant you could get a significant breakthrough in your life? There are times when God asks us to do something in the natural that unlocks His blessing and power on our behalf. These are called “prophetic acts,” and as foolish as you may feel doing one, you may want to know how one simple act of obedience can change your life.
Whenever a major storm is forecast or hits, we can also expect the doomsayers and other erstwhile prophets to start making their proclamations about what God (or the devil) is really doing behind scenes.
Yet despite that, there is a very real possibility that the Almighty has something to reveal to us through these often devastating events. Find out what we think He’s saying lately…
We live in a time where there are so many choices and options that it’s easy to become confused about which ones are the best when it comes to our future and purpose in life.
Thankfully Jesus offers us the best option of all: an abundant life filled with real significance and joy. But how do we move into that new address?
Or maybe not.
Once again we’re being inundated with all manner of end-time “prophecies,” all proclaiming imminent disaster by virtue of heavenly signs like an eclipse, a zodiac convergence, blood moons, interstellar flatulence (sorry, made that one up!), etc. Sadly the list grows ever longer.
Join us for this episode of Strategic Insights as we gleefully deconstruct and debunk these eschatological aberrations, for your edification and enjoyment.
Isaiah prophesied, “Arise, shine; for your light has come, And the glory of the Lord has risen upon you.” (60:1)
Yet too many believers still live under the deception that things must go from bad to worse in the world so that Jesus can finally return to rescue us.
Thankfully Father God is turning up the light to reveal the truth that what Isaiah prophesied is not only possible, it’s inevitable because of who we are in Christ, and who He is in us!
Most Christians have a calling and destiny that can only be fulfilled outside the four walls of the Church. Unfortunately however, there are still too many who have been stuck in a religious environment that has left them ill-equipped to navigate the path God has for them, so they can pursue their Kingdom destiny and purpose.
What does the transition from church/religion to Kingdom calling look like?