In this No-Longer-Common message, I discuss what a blessing it is to have haters. I want you to learn how to love your haters. Not because you should, but because of what they represent. They indicate that your thirty-thousand-foot-prayer is working.
In this web-post, I take a step back and revisit what a thirty-thousand-foot prayer is? I think this latest way of defining it will bring you more clarity as you face yours.
Knowing you’ve heard from God is easy. When He speaks, what He gives are supersized instructions, instructions so big they’re overwhelming.
What would happen if you changed your “normal” approach to prayer and instead of waiting, you put the work in? Am I saying that prayer takes work that you’ve not been doing? Find out here.
Have you given any thought to what your life means? How about what impact you’d like to leave on it? These are common everyday thoughts, but they are the ones you don’t want sneaking up on you. You want to be prepared for this before there’s nothing you can really …
The victory to what you’ve been praying for begins with your very first few steps. How you start determines how you’ll end. When you start well, you can begin the victory celebration.
Have you ever felt like you were missing something when it comes to your giving, acts of kindness, and charitable donations? Does it feel like you’re missing something or it doesn’t bring the satisfaction you’d anticipate? Prayer Condition: This is what happened to us. We’d been giving to organizations, churches …
Let me introduce you to the part of prayer where there are no ordinary people allowed beyond this point. It’s this point in which the work of your thirty-thousand-foot prayer gets on its way.
If someone or something is calling the shots in my life, why am I surprised when things turn out the way that they do. This is normal. It often surprises me when normal people expect uncommon results. They place a person, place, thing or wrong idea in their relationship level …
In this message, we discuss the barriers that will come your way, where they come from, and how you should handle it when they come.