In Deuteronomy 11:13, God shows us another condition to create the atmosphere for rain: we must also "serve him with all our heart." When Jesus became the Lord of our lives, we were made spiritually alive in our innermost being. Serving Him is more than just going through the motions; now it ..
Through Jesus Christ the New Covenant reveals our access to a better relationship with God than Adam had in the Garden of Eden. This love-covenant relationship will remove all our inner wound or pain and all our fear or weakness. This covenant will restore the kind of fellowship our Heavenly Fat ..
God has always wanted a covenant relationship with His people that would enable them to increase in every area of their lives. In establishing a covenant with Abraham, God made His thoughts clear in Genesis 12:1-2: "Now in Haran the Lord said to Abram, 'Go for yourself [for your own advantag ..
When we choose to follow the instructions in God's Word regarding our time, attitudes, giving, priorities, and willingness to yield to His influence, we will create an atmosphere around us in which God can move. The conflict is that there is an inner desire to please God and express our love ..
God is opening the heavens to bring a flood of His goodness to humanity. He is bringing increase to His people in every dimension of life. We can flow with Him and see the rain of His anointing and presence in a deeper and more powerful way. In Deuteronomy 11:13-14 are clear directions that ..
Our expectation of God's promises becoming a reality is vital to establishing His Word in our hearts. We expect to be healed because we have found healing in God's Word. We expect prosperity and peace because God has already provided it for every person who will receive it. An expectation is ..
The picture of a farmer sowing seed appears frequently in Scripture as an example of the believer sowing the seeds of God's Word. James 5:7-8 uses the farmer to help us understand the attitude that will bring increase in this present day. "Therefore be patient, brethren, until the coming of the ..
God again reveals His attitude toward abundance with the very first miracle Jesus performed. The miracle at Cana, in which Jesus multiplied the wine, was a miracle of abundance. It was during a wedding feast in Cana when the host had run out of wine to serve his guests. Jesus' mother told Hi ..
Abram is called the father of faith. He walked in the kind of faith that is a model to all generations—the faith that pleases God. He believed that his covenant with God would bring him increase just as God had promised. As a result, he experienced increase for the rest of his life. Go ..
Whenever we speak about covenants, we must always look back to the covenant between God and Abram. One of the first things God said to Abram was: "I will bless you." These words have been at the very heart of God's desire for all men and women from the foundation of the earth. He is a giver and ..