Breakthroughs can come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes we need to overcome a harmful sin habit. At other times we need help dealing with some insecurities or identity issues. And other points we are in need of a relationship breakthrough where we finally meet the one God has for us.
Here are 3 signs that God is asking you to step out in faith with him.
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The worst part of holding onto someone’s sin against you is that their sins will begin to shape you. Slowly, you yourself become what you hate the most about someone else. Why does this happen? Let me explain.
What does the Bible say about having a breakthrough? How can you have a spiritual, practical, or even a relational breakthrough in an area of your life that you desperately want to change?
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This is a brief clip from a sermon I preached on Psalm 2 at a men’s crisis center in Cleveland, Ohio. The title of the full message was 3 Reasons to Submit to God.
When you are a Christian and you are having relationship issues, you want nothing more than for Jesus to intervene. Whether you are struggling in your dating relationship or marriage, whether you are in a season of unwanted singleness, or whether you are just utterly confused on what you are supposed to do with the desires you have for a Christian relationship, you need Jesus to intervene.
Today I’m doing something a little different. I recently started chatting with one AGW subscriber and came to find out she’s also an author and blogger like me. Her content about Christian dating aligns very closely with my own and she has great real-life experience in this area, so I asked her to be interviewed and she accepted.
Below is a written interview between myself and Veronique Butterfield. Enjoy!