We know that God answers prayer, but when and how he answers, is up to Him. Often we must wait, and His answer may not always be as we expect, but it’s always right and right on time.
Today on THE VICTORIOUS LIFE, Pastor David Crespo continues in the book of James, chapter 5. Where we learn that a mature Christian couples prayer with patience and an unwavering trust in Gods reply.
There are certainly times when we feel, friendless and powerless. But as the song says “What a friend we have in Jesus”. And we have access to Him thru the power of prayer.
Today on THE VICTORIOUS LIFE, Pastor David Crespo continues in the Book of James, chapter 5, where we find that we have access to great power, and comfort, thru faithful prayer.
We know from Galatians, that the quality of long suffering, which can be translated as patience, is listed as one of the fruits, of the Holy Spirit residing in a believer.
Today on THE VICTORIOUS LIFE we learn from Pastor David Crespo, reading thru chapter 5 of the book of James, that patience can also bring rewards, one of which is protection. Let’s listen as Pastor David picks up where he left off last time in the book of James.
You’ve probably heard it said that money is the root of all evil. Actually, the bible says that it’s the love of money were real the problem lies.
Today on THE VICTORIOUS LIFE, Pastor David Crespo, reading from the book of James, Chapter 5, tells us that greed will do anything for riches, including misusing others.
Today on THE VICTORIOUS LIFE Pastor David Crespo picks up where he left off last time in the book of James, Chapter 4. Here the scriptures caution us not to speak evil of each other. Similarly, we are not to judge others, lest we ourselves be judged.
However, we are also called to wisdom and discernment, to protect ourselves, and others, from wrongful behavior.
Has anyone ever spoken badly of you to others, even without a real cause? Have you, perhaps, done the same after being offended by a Christian Brother or Sister?
Today on THE VICTORIOUS LIFE Pastor David Crespo continues in the book of James, Chapter 4, where we are admonished not to speak evil of each other and even to master our thoughts towards others in the body of Christ.
If we’re honest with ourselves, we know that we all have the potential to be selfish, self-centered, and maybe even self absorbed.
Today on THE VICTORIOUS LIFE, Pastor David Crespo starts chapter 4 in the book of James, where we discover that the degree of selfishness reflects the level of spiritual immaturity, while spiritual maturity is made evident thru humility and self- control.
Today on THE VICTORIOUS LIFE, we pick up where we left off in our last program, reading from the book of James Chapter 3, where we learn that there is a stark difference between the wisdom of this world and the wisdom that comes from above, and that the difference lies in the motives of our heart, as revealed in our words and actions.
Wisdom can be characterized as, skill for living. The Merriam-Webster online dictionary defines wisdom as the natural ability to understand things that most others cannot, knowledge of what is proper or reasonable, good sense or judgment.
Today on THE VICTORIOUS LIFE, Pastor David Crespo, continuing in the book of James Chapter 3, explains that true wisdom comes from God.
Today on THE VICTORIOUS LIFE, we pick up where we left off in our last program, learning from the book of James, Chapter 3, that our words are capable of great blessing or great destruction, emphasizing the need for self-control.