Devotionals

Where is your faith?

   Where is your faith? Is it in your family and friends? Perhaps your church and Pastor? Is it in our government?    As I look around in my life, in the lives of others, and in the world it becomes more and more apparent to me that people will disappoint you. People will let you down. Even those you thought less likely to do so. Friends often betray us and hurt us. Families sometimes argue and ...

For Women

The Principles of Doubting

Two biblical examples of doubt stand out above all others. One is Zacharias; the other is Thomas. Their stories reveal to us the principles of doubting that can make a great difference in our walk with God. Zacharias doubted the message the angel brought to him from God. God promised to give Zacharias and Elizabeth a child, but Zacharias failed to believe God’s promise. Immediately, Zacharias was made unable to speak because of his ...

For Men

Things Ordinary

Continuing stedfastly in doctrine, fellowship, breaking of bread and prayers are ordinary things in a Christian’s life. The early church did these things simply from their passion for God, love for one another and their desire to communicate the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Our churches today have strayed far, very far, from what God would consider things ordinary. Today’s church considers things ordinary as attending Sunday morning service, sometimes Sunday night service and ...

New Desire Music

He Breathes For Me

You need the most current Flash Player!

To enjoy this media get the latest Flash Player »
Do you like our music? You should buy the CD here
Dr. Brenda Robinson

From the Heart of Dr. Brenda Robinson

"I Just Love Jesus"

In the synopsis of the book of Galatians we find that the Galatians had launched their Christian experience by faith, but they had somehow found it content to leave their voyage of faith and chart a new course based on works putting themselves back under the law. This is the reason for our Scripture text where Paul questions them in the very first chapter about pleasing man. When we please man, we allow ourselves to walk in the flesh rather than the Spirit fulfilling the lusts of our flesh. We know our flesh drives us to the deception of dreams.

I call it dream chasing because that was my life. We all know that dream chasing requires us to be what everyone else is, have what everyone else has, and do what everyone else does. We have to build our image to impress the world around us and prove that ...

  • image description
  • ChristianBook.com