Today’s opening Scripture speaks of the power of imagination. Imagination is the image making power of the mind. It is the act of creating or reproducing ideally an object not previously perceived; it is the ability to create such images.
It matters the kind of mind that runs in you. The kind of mind that’s in you determines how you think, your belief system, your value system, your culture and conduct, and your expectations in life. Our opening Scripture tells
Everyone can succeed if only they can learn the principles of success. There are certain principles that govern and determine success. Failure may be an accident, but success is never an accident. No one succeeds by accident. No, not one!
Our opening Scripture is God’s instruction as to how to use our mind correctly. Here, the Lord gives us a list of the things to think about. It says we are to think about things that are true, honest, just,
Thoughts are things in form of ideas. Just as things in the natural are treated as real and substantial, so should thoughts be treated. Your thoughts are very important to your life on the earth because they are an interface
According to our opening Scripture, your mindedness is what determines what you get in life. To be carnally minded is death. Carnal mindedness produces death. What you think is what you get. Then it says, to be spiritually minded is
As a Christian, your environment ought not to determine or shape your life experiences. Faith in the Word of God ought to shape your experiences. God made man in His own image and after His likeness, to live as kings
Faith is the God-ordained way of receiving from God. However, there are times when God exercises His sovereignty as God and blesses people whom He chooses to bless on the ground of His mercy. But we must never take such
In today’s opening verse in Matthew 17:20, Jesus Christ shocked His disciples when He said unto them, “…If you have faith as a grain of mustard seed, you shall say unto this mountain, remove from here to there, and it
Today’s opening verse tells us that there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek because the same Lord is rich unto all that call upon Him. But on what ground is that so? The Scripture says “whosoever believes