I have been writing regarding our earthly, fleshly desires. You can read other posts here: Our Divine Nature vs. Our Earthly Desires What You Feed, Grows. Starve It, It Will Die Acknowledge Your Desires I shared in Acknowledge Your Desires there were three steps with acknowledging your desires as being number one. The steps get a little more difficult … Continue reading Turning Desires into Healing
In the recent posts, Our Divine Nature vs. Our Earthly Desires and What You Feed, Grows. Starve It, It Will Die, I have been sharing desires and the importance of defeating your desires before they grow into sin. Some desires in your life may have already grown into sin. These posts share the genesis of how sin … Continue reading Acknowledge Your Desires
Before you read this post, you may want to read: Our Divine Nature vs. Our Earthly Desires When it comes to our earthly, fleshly desires, we must remember this: What you feed, grows. What you starve, dies. If we feed our desires, they will grow. If we starve our desires, they die. Paul put it … Continue reading What You Feed, Grows. Starve It, It Will Die
Through these he has given us his very great and precious promises, so that through them you may participate in the divine nature, having escaped the corruption in the world caused by evil desires. 2 Peter 1:4 In the beginning, God has desired for all of us to walk in His divine nature. He created … Continue reading Our Divine Nature vs. Our Earthly Desires
This is an excerpt from my book, Breaking Generational Sin: Establishing Righteousness to the Next Generation. Acknowledge the Sin As you have read this book, you have realized family sins in your life. You know the curse. Your wife has told you the curse. Your husband told you what the curse is. They keep telling … Continue reading 3 Things to Do to Break the Power of Sin in Your Life
Very young children do things which perplex parents. They lie. They hurt. They steal. Parents want to know where they learned how to such things. They assume the children must have learned it at school or learned it from their relatives or friends. No, most of the time when a simple two year lies, their … Continue reading You Were Born into Sin but . . .