Heart to Heart
// Kenneth W. Hagin
The life God has given you is an invaluable gift. Are you making the most of it? Actually, nothing on earth is more important than making the most of your life. In fact, the greatest challenge each one of us faces is fulfilling God's plan for us.
// Kenneth W. Hagin
HAVE YOU EVER spent time reminiscing about something nice that someone did for you? Did you remind yourself how great it was and how good you felt? That's what we're supposed to do when we partake of Communion. We're to remember the wonderful thing Jesus did for us on the cross—the redemption He purchased for us and the divine healing and limitless provision He made available for us.
Every time we hold Communion elements in our hands we are not only looking back at what Jesus did, but we
// Earl Glisson
"Do not be afraid, little flock, for your Father has chosen gladly to give you the kingdom."
—LUKE 12:32 (NASB)
A KING HOLDS the ultimate source of authority in his kingdom. And it's through authority that his kingdom is established. There is also a kingdom domain principle. That means the domain of a king is the territory over
// Craig W. Hagin
I SEE PEOPLE all the time—young people especially—who have so much potential. Yet they're struggling. They've made choices they shouldn't have made and are in places they shouldn't be in. They've put themselves in their own little pigpen—not-so-pretty or messy situations.
Sadly, they won't come to themselves. They won't listen to wise counsel. They aren't following my number one rule: "Don't be stupid." I say that to be funny, but it's true. Why be stupid? Why stay in bondage in a pigpen
// Chad Stewart
DO YOU SENSE the call of God on your life but aren't sure where to start? Chad Stewart, a 2008 RBTC USA graduate and pastor of Word of Life in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, uses the life of Joseph to help you fulfill that call: 1) Be faithful; 2) Stay faithful; and 3) Don't forget family. Find out how faithfulness and family impacted Chad's life.
The sweltering sun and a weed eater in hand was not what Chad Stewart envisioned when he helped pioneer a