This is a group for christians and people who need prayer and needs help with fighting the temptation.This is NOT a group where we discuss religions. *Do you need help with prayer to yourself or someone u know ?
*Do you want to know more about Jesus Christ and what he have done for us?
*Do you have problem fighting the temptation of the devil and need support?
*Do you feel alone as a christian and want to meet others in the body of Christ?
*Do you Need any help with the bible and understanding the word?
*Do you have anything/testimony to share to your other Christian brothers and sisters?
im not saying i will give you this things, but i know the lord will, and by the word of the lord and the help of everyone in this group we can overcome anything by the devil!! we have to ALL take part in this group.. WE NEED TO STAND AGAINST THE WICKEDNESS BY THE NAME OF THE FATHER,THE SON, AND THE HOLY SPIRIT! amen and welcome :)
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John 3:30 "He must increase, but I must decrease”. To surrender myself to God means this: I will let God do in me whatever is necessary to get Himself glory, and whatever is necessary to make me into the person He is after. I hope we see that this is much different that surrendering a situation to God. It is. What I am talking about here is more than surrendering THINGS to God, and then standing back and letting Him work. No. I am talking about surrendering MYSELF to God. There is no standing back. And there is no simple, "cooperation with God." Rather, the whole issue is my relationship with God. I – my whole self – is falling into His hands so that He can make ME BE what He wants through the current situation. Now, this ought to be great news. Because what it means is that it takes out of your hands the pressure of trying to BE what you think you should be. It takes off of you the necessity of, "trying to have faith." It removes the fear that you might not know what you need to know to come through to the will of God in any matter. It puts all of that in God’s hands. In effect, we simply surrender ourselves to God. He does the rest. God bless you all, In Jesus Name We Pray
We have already seen that God has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ, but that does not mean that we automatically experience these blessings. We must desire these blessings and seek God for them, both for ourselves and for all of God’s saints. Jesus said (Matt. 5:6), “Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied.” Hunger and thirst are pretty strong desires! When a man is hungry or thirsty, he has only one thing on his mind, to find food and drink. He knows that he will die unless those needs are met soon. He is driven to satisfy those needs. That’s how we should seek to know God.
Joh 6:38 For I came down from heaven, not to do mine own will, but the will of him that sent me. When Jesus Christ lived on the earth, He didn't live according to His own will, but according to the will of His Father. If you want to focus on Jesus, so you don't have your own will, but you should want that the will of God happens in your life. Believer who is focusing on Jesus doesn't seek his own will, but in all the will of God. He loves God, who seeks with all of his heart the will of God. Jesus loved His Father and was obedient to His Father in all things. If you want to please the people, and by that way overrule and disprove the truth and love of God, so your focus is not on Jesus, but you are self-centered flatterer of the people. I pray that God may touch your heart so u may hear him, and u may be able to live according to his will, and his ways, In Jesus Name We Pray
It is to our loss as believers, that so oftentimes we forget the simplest teachings of the Scriptures. Peter was able to walk on the water by faith, until he took his eyes off Jesus, looking at the storm's tempest instead. What a truth! So often we take our eyes off the Lord, because of troublesome co-workers, marital difficulties, rude people, unfair situations, life's problems, et cetera. The lesson is simple—keep your eyes on the Lord and you won't go under! When the burdens of this world weigh us down, and the walls feel like their fast closing in around us, we need to rest our eyes upon the Savior. Peter learned this lesson the hard way, as he was sinking into the depths of the sea; but then quickly turned his eyes once again upon the Lord. The lesson is so simple, and yet deeply profound—keep your eyes on Jesus! God bless you all my brothers and sisters, In Jesus Name We Pray