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Author: Jeff Stott (Page 1 of 25)

Thankful

This week is thanksgiving. I have two questions for you: what are you thankful for and are you a thankful person? You live in a world where its easy to find people who are not thankful for their jobs, ungrateful toward their spouse, and who are unappreciative of what they have. But you can be different and God wants you to be different. Over and over again He calls and commands His people, you and me, to be grateful, thankful, and full of gratitude. Continue reading

God’s Agenda vs Your Agenda (Mark 9:30-32)

You have an agenda for your life. That agenda may or may not include God’s plan and His agenda. If God’s agenda for your life is not your agenda for your life then you will be wrestling with God all your life. Your life will wear you out. Once you understand God’s agenda and embrace it and give up your personal agenda then you can experience the peace that surpasses all understanding and the abundant life God wants you to have. Continue reading

Believer’s Faith & Spiritual Authority (Mark 9:14-29)

Most believers have experienced spiritual highs and spiritual lows. There are times where you sense God’s presence in a strong and unforgettable way and then there are those times where you wonder where God’s presence is. If you have done much ministering in the name of Jesus you may have encountered times where God’s power seems to flow through with ease and then you had times where there seemed to be no power or authority at all. Continue reading

The Witch of Endor (1 Samuel 28:3-25)

Halloween falls on a Sunday once every seven years. When it does, I like to take a look at stories in the Bible that have that Halloween feel to them. For example, there are the two men who were demon possessed that lived in the tombs (Mark 5:1-20) and another one is the valley of dry bones (Ezekiel 37:1-14). Today I want us to take a look at the witch of Endor in 1 Samuel 28. Here we have this incredible event between King Saul, a medium, and the dead prophet Samuel. Saul needs information, but God has stopped talking to him because of his disobedience and rebellion against God. Instead of repenting and turning to God, Saul decides to seek answers from the dead, which God had strictly forbidden. Continue reading

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