"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)
//Kenneth E. Hagin
WHEN CHRISTIANS get into the area of suffering, they get tangled up. Many think all suffering is the same. But when the Bible talks about suffering, it doesn't mean "sickness." Christians have no business suffering sickness and disease. Jesus redeemed us from that. A lot of times people who are sick say they are suffering for the Lord. No! They are not suffering for the Lord.
Kenneth Hagin Ministries' Campmeeting keeps getting better and better! Every year the Holy Spirit moves in awesome ways. Young people in the Rhema Kids services were drawn closer to the Lord. Teens in Summer Blitz became more on fire for Jesus as they determined to be "all in" for God. Those who came or watched online were encouraged to stand strong in their faith and were wonderfully refreshed in the Lord. One thing is certain: no one left the same way they came! Here is a sampling of what Campmeeting 2015 speakers said.
//Kenneth W. Hagin
There Is Power in Thanksgiving
This is the season of thankfulness. It's a time to count our blessings and praise God—a time to be thankful for what He has done for us.
Psalm 100:4–5 (NKJV) says, "Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise. Be thankful to Him, and bless His name. For the Lord is good; His mercy is everlasting, and His truth endures to all generations." The Lord is good! He not only created us, but He personally takes care of us. He is working for us right now. And even when we don't feel like it, we need to give thanks and praise to Him.
NO MATTER WHO we are—no matter how strong we are in the Word—Satan will try to defeat us. He'll bring negative thoughts our way and try to get us to have a pity party. But pity parties are not of God. God is involved in victory parties!
When the devil brings a pity party our way, we must recognize and resist it. Jesus said, "See that you are not troubled" (Matt. 24:6 NKJV). We must be bold! We must be motormouths, speaking the Word of God.