April 2015


Seed Thoughts April 2015


// Lynette Hagin

"The Lord will guide you always; he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land and will strengthen your frame. You will be Like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail." -Isaiah 58:11 (NIV)



What's So Great About Being Born Again


// Kenneth E. Hagin

Being born again—accepting Jesus as Savior—is the key that
unlocks all the promises of God. Second Corinthians 5:17 says, "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature [creation]: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new." Believers, here are some Bible facts about the new creation you are in Christ


What's In Your Boat


// Craig W. Hagin

"Life is a journey, so enjoy the ride." Have you ever heard that saying before? I think it holds a lot of truth. God has a journey that He wants each of us to go on. He has a plan and a purpose that He expects us to fulfill. He didn't put us on this earth just to sit around, eat Cheerios, and do nothing. But the deal is, we've got to stop worrying about the storms that arise on our journey and start enjoying the ride. We should not make the storms our storms


A New Garment




One Wednesday night many years ago, I did not want to go to church. I'd had a bad day and was depressed. I'm usually not depressed, so if I'm depressed, it's
really bad.

That night I just wanted to stay at home. I didn't tell anybody how I felt because the Word says we're snared by the words of our mouth (Prov. 6:2). I have learned to keep my mouth shut when I'm having a bad day. 


Principles of Faith


// Doug Jones

Many people in faith circles have the misconception that all faith does is believe that it receives. This, however, is a narrow view as to what faith is all about. Faith is so much more than getting our needs and desires met.

We please God by faith. We live and walk by faith. We receive protection through faith. Ephesians 6:16 says, "Above all, taking the shield of faith." Now, for Christians to "take" the shield of faith, they first have to recognize it when they see it.