Word of Faith Magazine - Online Christian Magazine
// Kenneth W. Hagin
A lot of people are waiting for life to improve before they change their attitude. But that's not the way it works. We change our attitude and it will change everything else.
// Kenneth W. Hagin
God wants us to enjoy all of His blessings. The Psalmist wrote about this in Psalm 103. Verses 2 and 3 say, "Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all His benefits: who forgives all your iniquities, who heals all your diseases" (NKJV).
In order to live in the fullness of what God has provided for us in Jesus Christ, we'll have to do what Psalm 103:2 says: forget not all of God's benefits! The blessings we don't know about or the ones we forget about are the blessings we won't enjoy.
// Kenneth E. Hagin
Laying on of hands is one of the six fundamental principles of the doctrine of the Lord Jesus Christ listed in
Hebrews 6:1–2. Jesus Himself freely employed laying on of hands to heal people. In Mark chapter 6, we see Jesus in His hometown of Nazareth:
MARK 6:5 (NKJV)
5 Now He could do no mighty work there, except that He laid His hands on a few sick people and healed them.
A Call to ARMS Men's Conference Speaker Highlight
//Bishop Dale C. Bronner
"And the things that you have heard from me among many witnesses, commit these to FAITHFUL men who will be able to teach others also."
—2 Timothy 2:2 (NKJV)
In Second Timothy, Paul instructed Timothy to give to faithful men the things that he had given him. It is interesting to note that he did not say for Timothy to give those things to men of great ability
When I was very young, my parents taught me about tithing—giving the Lord 10 percent of my income. I learned at the age of 3 or 4 that if I received a dollar, 10 cents of that dollar was supposed to go to the Lord.
I was taught that God blessed us, but we were supposed to give the tithe back to Him. That was always sacred to me, and I've followed that principle all of my life. It was never a question of whether I was going to tithe. The only question I asked was, "How much is my tithe this week?"
// Craig W. Hagin
Anyone associated with Kenneth Hagin Ministries is familiar with Mark 11:23 and 24. These verses have been keynote scriptures for this ministry since its beginning. We can speak to any mountain and it has to move.
I want to look at this passage from a different angle. Moving a mountain really isn't about the mountain. It's about the fig tree, because "fig tree faith" is what determines if the mountain ever gets moved.
Special Report: Missions
Kenya Mission 2014
"This gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations; and then shall the end come."
Tad Gregurich is no stranger to Kenya. Since 1996 he's made around 20 trips to this African nation. His goal has been to "train Kenyans to reach Kenyans." And he is seeing remarkable fruit from his efforts.
Before Campmeeting 2014
kicked off, Kenneth and Lynette
Hagin heard the same word from the Lord—"New beginnings,
new season." And that's exactly what people experienced throughout the week. As they received revelation from the Word and were refreshed in the Holy Spirit, attendees stepped up higher with God. The result? Turnaround in their lives like they'd never seen before! Here's a taste of what this year's Campmeeting attendees heard:
As I said last month, fall seems to begin the year for most families, since school starts at that time. It can be easy to become stressed as your calendar fills up with activities, projects, and responsibilities. Many years ago the Lord gave me guidelines to help me navigate through stressful times. I want to share them with you.
I trust that you read my September column and have already begun practicing the first guideline.
Step One—Pray About Every Single Thing