2009 September


Heart To Heart

Kenneth W. HaginBy Kenneth W. Hagin

Fighting the Good Fight of Faith

In First Timothy 6:12, the Apostle Paul told Timothy, “Fight the good fight of faith.” And for as long as I can remember, my dad, Kenneth E. Hagin, taught me through example how to do that. I remember times when I was growing up and things were tough financially. Sometimes we didn’t have food in our kitchen cupboards. But never once did I see my father tell anyone we were in need. He always trusted the Lord to meet our needs, and God always came through for us.


Finding Strength In God

Kenneth W. HaginBy Kenneth W. Hagin

As long as we live on this earth, at one time or another we are going to encounter trouble. Although adversity comes to all of us, people react differently to it. Some people try to solve the problem on their own. Others look to friends or family for help. Still others rely on the Lord. A good example of someone who always triumphed in adversity is David. And by looking at his life, we can learn how to come out of trouble victoriously
every time.


The Believer's Authority Regarding Finances

pile of money with gavel on topBy Kenneth E. Hagin

Through Jesus’ death on the Cross, believers have been given authority over Satan. They just need to believe that they have that authority and then exercise it in every area of their lives, including the area of finances.


Have Faith in God

Faith License plate on front of a rusty carBy Craig W. Hagin

Christianity is based on faith. We are saved through faith, healed through faith, and receive financial blessings through faith. Faith is a simple belief that God will do what He promised in His Word.


God, Let This Be A Testimony For You

Couple standing together

When his doctor told him those words, Larry Bjorklund was floored. Larry had struggled sleeping for a few weeks—his lungs burning so intensely that he would wake up often throughout the night. His symptoms finally worsened to such a degree that he had to see a doctor.


Seed Thoughts

Lynette HaginBy Lynette Hagin

This has certainly been a year of turmoil for many. Some have lost jobs. Others have experienced family problems, health issues, or the loss of family members. During difficult times we all ask, “How are we going to survive in this challenging situation?” We begin to look at what we can do to recover.