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May 2015


10 Tips to Help You In Life.


// Craig W. Hagin

1. Enjoy the ride.
Often we try to figure out what
God has for us next on our journey. But we need to enjoy where we are.

2. Run your race, not somebody else's.
It's not about anybody else's journey—it's about your journey. What God has called you to do is for you. It's not for anybody else. Don't compare yourself with others.



Heart to Heart

08 wof pic1You Have a Destiny

// Kenneth W. Hagin

You have a destiny. Did you know that? God cares so much about you that He has prepared a special plan for your life. Jeremiah 29:11 says He has “ ‘plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future’ ” (NIV). You are alive right now for a specific reason and purpose.

What were you born to be and do? Ephesians 2:10 says, “We are God’s workmanship, CREATED IN CHRIST JESUS TO DO GOOD WORKS, which God prepared in advance for us to do” (NIV 1984).


Blast Your Way Out Of the Valley


// Kenneth W. Hagin

It's a beautiful sight to stand on a mountaintop and look down into a valley. But it's a different perspective altogether when you're in that dark valley trying to get up to the mountaintop!

We have probably all had "valley experiences" or times of trouble and hardship. But it is possible to get out of those valleys. God wants us to live continually on the mountaintop of His victory in Jesus Christ!


Want Your Finances to Prosper?


// Kenneth E. Hagin

There is a law of sowing and reaping in both the natural and the spiritual realms. And it's a law that works! Yet many believers have not realized and understood the importance of this biblical principle, especially in the area of finances.

We know we can receive our needs met by faith in God's Word, just as we can receive healing or any other blessing found in God's Word by faith in that Word.


Cowboy Preachers




The rugged wilderness of northeastern Nevada offers crystalline lakes, majestic mountains, and spectacular scenery. It's a place where the morning silence is broken by chirping birds, buzzing flies, and lowing cattle. It's also the place Bo Lowe, a 1994 Rhema Bible Training College grad, and his wife, Cathy, call home.

In the summer of ’92, after seriously seeking the Lord, Bo had an encounter with Him on a lonely
dirt road. Bo had loaded salt blocks for livestock in the back of his truck and was headed down the dusty road with a broken heart. He thought God didn’t care about him enough to talk to him the way He spoke to others.


Hope—The Missing Ingredient



// Darrell Huffman

Faith operates in the unseen realm. It is a spiritual force that we can't see, taste, touch, hear, or smell. So we must find another way to know more about this subject.

In my search to know more about faith, the Holy Spirit began to speak to me about the importance of hope. He said, "Faith is motivated by your hope; frustration is motivated by your problems." He further said, "My people are in frustration; they are not in faith." Then God said, "If you get consumed with hope, you will be in faith, but My people are so consumed with their problems that they are frustrated."


Pray Boldly


// Kenneth E. Hagin

Timeless Teachings

Effective prayer involves boldness. There are many things we do not need to pray for—but it is all right to pray for boldness.

We do not need to pray for faith, because our faith is increased by feeding it on God's Word and exercising it. But the Bible does show us that we can pray for boldness.

Peter and John were bold when they used the Name of Jesus to minister to the lame man at the gate called Beautiful. They were bold when they proclaimed the Name of Jesus to the crowd that gathered. The Jewish authorities noticed their boldness and commanded them to preach and teach no more in the Name of Jesus (Acts 4:13, 18).


Turning Stumbling Blocks Into Stepping-Stones


// Lynette Hagin

The faith walk is not a walk of ease. It's not always fun to endure life's problems. But James 1:4 tells us to let endurance run its full course. We would probably rather go through life on "flowery beds of ease." But that's not the way life works. We live in an imperfect world with imperfect people, and life is not going to be easy all the time.

We need to understand, however, that our faith won't grow without being tried and proven. In life, we will experience trials of our faith. But during those things we must "count it all joy" (James 1:2). The basis for faith is the Word of God, and the proof of faith comes from living a life of faith.


An Extraordinary Week



// Winter Bible Seminar & Rhema USA Homecoming 2015

Winter Bible Seminar & Rhema USA Homecoming 2015 was not "business as usual." Those who came and the many who watched online were built up, challenged, and comforted.

Frequent themes were that we are in the last days, the time is short, and we must keep our hearts and lives right so we can hear God's voice and do His work. Whether that work is prayer, sharing Jesus with others, or building up the Church, we must know the Holy Spirit and follow Him closely to be effective.


Seed Thoughts May 2015


// Lynette Hagin

"The Lord will guide you always; he will satisfy your needs in a sun-scorched land and will strengthen your frame. You will be Like a well-watered garden, like a spring whose waters never fail." -Isaiah 58:11 (NIV)