The Prodigal Son discovered that he had no options and no favor when his money ran out. Likewise, we too can be trapped in a lifestyle of lack when we don’t know how to live as much beloved sons and daughters of God. How can we overcome this spirit and develop prosperity of soul?
Proverbs 13:12 says, “Hope deferred makes the heart sick.” Hopelessness robs us of the ability to see and believe God’s promises and accomplish our true destiny. How can we get free and dream again?
When you work in a pig pen, it’s safe to say you’ve lost your vision or purpose for living. If, like the Prodigal Son, you’ve allowed others to define your life, tonight’s program can help you break free into your own destiny and purpose.
The Prodigal Son connected himself to someone who clearly did NOT care about his well-being. How can we avoid the bondage of an “unequal yoke,” and what does the “equal yoke” Jesus offers actually look like?
Prodigals are always victims of their circumstances, instead of victors over them. Selfish and self-centered living always leads to poverty of soul. What are the symptoms of the poverty spirit, and how can we get free of this stronghold?
What was the real reason why the prodigal son lost everything he was given? And what’s the big truth Father God wants us to learn from his mistake, that will keep us safely on the path to fulfilling our dream destiny?
The prodigal son left his own people to find a new life, but discovered how hard life can be when you’re not connected to your tribe. God wants us to find our tribe and thrive! PLEASE NOTE: This program ended early because of a technical issue with YouTube.
The prodigal son received much from his father! Everything he received was given for the purp0se of helping him be successful in life. In the same way, our heavenly Father has given us many, many good things for the same purpose: to help us be successful in living out our true destiny. Do you know what you have?
Join Russ Painter and a live studio audience as they continue to discuss the prodigal son story: looking specifically at Luke 15:12 where the son demands his share of the inheritance. Though he was certainly wrong in this behavior, there IS an inheritance that is available to every child of God.