All humans are currently being affected by COVID-19 in some way or the other. Some are sick, some have lost their jobs, and all of us are facing many unknowns. But even though we are experiencing something many of us have never experienced, through it all God’s mission for his people remains the same – to glorify him.
I don’t write too many articles about current events, and that was originally my plan in regards to the Coronavirus. However, over the last few weeks this issue has continued to build here in America. Thousands of people are getting sick and dying all over the world, the economy is taking a huge hit, and there is massive uncertainty all over the globe.
If you are Christian single person who wants to glorify God in marriage one day, I wanted to let you know about a unique resource I’ve created specifically for you. AGW University is where I offer in-depth biblical training for Christian singles who want to go to the next level in their walk with God, specifically when it comes to honoring the Lord in the area of relationships.
I’ve talked about the two different types of “God’s will” in a few other articles of mine, so I won’t do a full teaching on that here again.
What you take into yourself will affect what comes out of you. If you are breathing in too many of the toxic fumes of a negative person, eventually you will have inhaled so many toxins you will start releasing negativity as well.
The Bible does not support the idea of Dualism, which is a belief that God and Satan are the exact opposites of one another. This is an unbiblical view because God is supremely more powerful than Satan ever was, is, or will be; therefore Satan could never be God’s opposite because he is not divine like God is divine.
If you keep your heart closed towards someone you like, the relationship will never blossom like it could. But we also know that God commands us to guard our hearts according to Bible verses like Proverbs 4:23.
So here are 3 signs God will often use to tell you it’s time to open your heart to someone.
Here are 5 powerful Bible verses that will change your relationship future if you apply them to your life.
Here are 3 signs God is going to turn the evil someone meant for you into good instead.
In this article, I’m not using the word “vision” in the supernatural way or the prophetic way. While I believe that throughout history God has given people visions as recorded in the Bible, in this article I’m simply using the word “vision” to mean “a specific goal or outcome God wants you to pursue for the future that is not yet fully realized in your present.”