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Morning Rundown: Prophetic Word: God Will Use Marriage as a Sign and a Wonder

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Prophetic Word: God Will Use Marriage as a Sign and a Wonder

God wants to strengthen marriages and use them as a powerful tool to address some significant cultural and community problems.

I have this mental picture of how people see Cupid “angels” on Valentine’s Day in Western culture and how stupid these images are compared to Jesus.

Jesus commands His angel armies concerning us and sends angels to war over everything that would separate us or try and destroy our unity. He has angels that help us to find one another, help us to bear families and help us to go deeper in our union with Him together.

10 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Was Younger

Discipleship is not just leading a Bible study or helping someone understand a dry spiritual truth. It’s imparting your life—sharing the wisdom you’ve gained from years of personal experiences. That’s what a father or mother does with their children; that’s what Paul did for Timothy, and for his disciples in Corinth, Rome, Ephesus and Philippi. He told the Romans: “For I long to see you so that I may impart to you some spiritual gift, that you may be strengthened” (Rom. 1:11).

I often tell the guys I mentor: “I wish I had known this when I was your age.” They recognize the blessing of getting wise counsel they can put into practice now. If I can help them avoid the mistakes I made, then they can surpass me and do a better job than I did. I want my ceiling to be their floor so they can go farther.

Do Some Christians Underestimate Demonic Activity?

As the subject of deliverance and demons has come front and center in recent days, I wanted to state clearly what I do and do not believe, in keeping with the views I have held for decades.

To help simplify the discussion, I’ll answer a series of common questions. (For those who don’t believe in the spiritual realm at all, this article will strike you as either exceedingly odd, exceedingly irrelevant or exceedingly foolish.

If so, I’d encourage to you check out C. S. Lewis’s little book, “Screwtape Letters.”)

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