The benefit of pain is difficult to understand. But don’t try to eliminate all pain in your life; pain has a strange magic of advancing the human spirit . . . if understood.
The pain has not... More > come to be eliminated. It has come to illuminate something that needs to be “pained out” of you. Most of us try to pay it out, sing it out, give it out, or fast it out. But the only remedy for the pain is to “pain it out.” Once this is done, the pain stands as a monument in the soul; the illumination of the pain then shines from earth to the furthermost heavens.
While you may not understand the pain, you will understand the deliverance from the pain. The pain is your cross—though hidden from natural eyes—to deliver you from a putrid situation or event. After the pain’s usefulness is acknowledged and worked through, you are fitted for a greater use in this hurting and searching world.< Less
Motivation to act is the key to this book. Whatever motivates us envelopes us. Motivation, then, is the key to a life that wins. And meditation gives impetus to motivation.
Many people meditate, but... More > fail to find proper motivation. This book is designed to show you how to succeed by meditation for motivation. Each chapter should be read first thing in the morning; it only takes three minutes to read a chapter. However, the same chapter should be read each day for seven days. This is meditation!
If this formula is followed, you will discover that a change will come in your purposes and goals. “I am the way, the truth, and the life,” Christ clearly claimed. He is indeed! Meditate on Him and meditate on your situation. Then watch both become more dynamic as you learn the secrets of Meditation for Motivation. Get your copy now.
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The negative need is the first step to the positive answer. The negative need is usually the wake-up call. Your search is a response to a need. The greater the need, the greater the search.
David... More > stated it this way: “When thou saidest seek ye my face, my heart said, Thy face will I seek” (Psalm 27:8). The Scriptures declare, “The wicked, through the pride of his countenance, will not seek after God: God is not in all his thoughts” (Psalm 10:4).
For the wicked to seek after God they must first be awakened by His call. Have you been awakened?
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You will never know what you can do until you try. Life is built on the proposition of individual participation; God will not do His work through cowards. Put yourself into your work, and it will... More > change your life......< Less
When seeking healing, you must press your way through the obstacles to touch Jesus. The woman with the issue of blood exemplified this earnestness. This was her progression: She suffered, she heard,... More > she said, she pushed, she touched, she felt, she told, and she was whole.
This process may very well be yours, also. Take this book with you as you seek to understand healing. Pick up your copy now!< Less
A woman had an issue of blood for twelve years and had suffered much—even from physicians. She spent all she had and was not any better. Her situation is an example of one of those times in... More > life when it all seems so hopeless. Where do I turn for help? Why has this happened to me?
Have you ever been trapped in sickness and poverty? At that point in life, you can either stop altogether or you can start toward a miracle. What you say to yourself could be the difference between life and death. This woman had enough understanding to start talking faith, not doubt.
It's popular today to wear T-shirts that say, “Just do it.” This expression fits perfectly with this sick woman. She just did it. She touched Jesus’ clothes and received her healing. Have you touched Jesus today?
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As you confront the task of dealing with the tears on your soul, be confident that no shallow quick fix will remedy the pain or correct the need. All of life—the pain and the... More > pleasure—must have the touch of the Spirit of God to give birth to a new you in an old place.
As it takes a living cell to mend the pumping heart, so it takes a living Spirit-cell, inserted by the hands of the Holy Spirit, to mend and renew a broken heart into vigorous vitality. Knowing this truth gives understanding to Tears On The Soul...Refreshing. Read it today!< Less
You can hurt me—but don’t hurt my spirit. You can injure me—but don’t injure who I am inside. Wound me anywhere—but don’t wound my heart.
The heart is the... More > deepest to feel, the strongest to love, and the slowest to heal. And I’m afraid that some of us don’t think we can recover. The wound is too deep; the pain is too strong; and the healing seems too far away.
Is it any wonder why Satan targets our hearts?
You know, something wonderful must lie in store for the healed spirit; otherwise, I really don’t think the Enemy would spend so much time on trying to injure it.
So let’s give Satan a run for his money as we read this book. I don’t know about you, but I want to know the supernatural power of a healed heart. Get your copy of The Wounded Heart . . . Restored.< Less
Faith is the architect, hope is the contractor, and love is the caretaker. Each builds on the other. Because love works by faith, I love what I have faith for, and I have faith for what I love. And... More > while faith lays the foundation, hope builds on the image of that faith, and love enjoys the completion of both faith and hope. Love holds firmly to what faith produces.
Learn the laws of faith from Polston’s stimulating book, The Force of Faith…Creating. Make sure you order this vital truth now.< Less