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    How Do We Cultivate Good Habits?

    There are plenty of bad habits out there. Biting our nails, cracking our knuckles. But how do we cultivate good habits? Well, today on Discover the Word, join the team as they conclude a two-week series with author Kim Cash Tate. It’s all about turning a lifestyle of intimacy with God from an idea, into […]

    What Will Carry You Through Difficult Times?

    They say when the going gets tough, the tough get going! But what do we do when hard times go on and on? What can carry us through those prolonged difficult times? Today on Discover the Word, we’ll answer this difficult question with the help of author Kim Cash Tate. Find the strength to carry […]

    Discover How To Follow And Cling To God’s Leading

    When the world says “go right,” God might say “turn left.” But how do we learn to follow and “Cling” to God even when He’s leading us against the wisdom of the world? Well, find out today on Discover the Word, when author Kim Cash Tate rejoins the team for another conversation.  

    Fix Your Eyes On What God Can Do

    Where we are weak, God is strong! And today on Discover the Word, author Kim Cash Tate helps us overcome our natural tendency to focus on what we can’t do, to fix our eyes on what God can do! She’s at the table with the rest of the team today on Discover the Word!

    “Cling”

    Do you ever feel intimidated by some parts of the Bible?  It might seem like reading, well, Greek.  But today on Discover the Word, author Kim Cash Tate joins the team to help us see how we can come to a deeper understanding of God’s ways.  It’s the second week of a series titled, “Cling” […]

    Discover How God Satisfies Your Deepest Longings

    When someone’s lost at sea, they’re surrounded by nothing but water! But none of it will satisfy their thirst. And today on Discover the Word, we’ll see how when we’re adrift on the sea of life, there’s only one way to quench our spiritual thirst and it can’t be found in our surroundings. Find out […]

    When Did You First Encounter Jesus?

    When did you first encounter Jesus? For the Samaritan woman at the well, her first encounter was when Jesus asked her for a drink of water. And today on Discover the Word, we’ll find out why such a simple request has such profound implications. Tune in today to Discover the Word for another discussion in […]

    Our Journey Begins With A First Step – God’s

    There’s an old Chinese saying that the journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. And as we’ll see today on Discover the Word, when it comes to our journey with God, He actually is the one who took the first step! Tune in for an encouraging conversation as author Kim Cash Tate […]

    God Invites Us To Come Near To Him

    God doesn’t hold us at arm’s length but invites us to come near to Him. And today the Discover the Word team welcomes author Kim Cash Tate to the table. Kim leads the discussion on how we can have a truly intimate relationship with God. Catch the first conversation in this series titled “Cling” when […]

    "Walk in the Light"

    To mistake freedom from sin only on the conscious level of our lives for complete deliverance from sin by the atonement through the Cross of Christ is a great error. No one fully knows what sin is until he is born again. Sin is what Jesus Christ faced at Calvary. The evidence that I have been delivered from sin is that I know the real nature of sin in me. For a person to really know what sin is requires the full work and deep touch of the atonement of Jesus Christ, that is, the imparting of His absolute perfection.

    The Hidden Life

    The Spirit of God testifies to and confirms the simple, but almighty, security of the life that “is hidden with Christ in God.” Paul continually brought this out in his New Testament letters. We talk as if living a sanctified life were the most uncertain and insecure thing we could do. Yet it is the most secure thing possible, because it has Almighty God in and behind it. The most dangerous and unsure thing is to try to live without God. For one who is born again, it is easier to live in a right-standing relationship with God than it is to go wrong, provided we heed God’s warnings and “walk in the light” (1 John 1:7).

    Test of Faithfulness

    We know that all things work together for good to those who love God . . . —Romans 8:28

    It is only a faithful person who truly believes that God sovereignly controls his circumstances. We take our circumstances for granted, saying God is in …

    Redemption— Creating the Need it Satisfies

    The natural man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him… —1 Corinthians 2:14

    The gospel of God creates the sense of need for the gospel. Is the gospel hidden to those who are servants already? No, Paul said, “But even if our gospel is veiled, it is veiled to those who are perishing, whose minds the god of this age has blinded, who…

    Intercessory Prayer

    You cannot truly intercede through prayer if you do not believe in the reality of redemption. Instead, you will simply be turning intercession into useless sympathy for others, which will serve only to increase the contentment they have for remaining out of touch with God. True intercession involves bringing the person, or the circumstance that seems to be crashing in on you, before God, until you are changed by His attitude toward that person or circumstance. Intercession means to “fill up . . . [with] what is lacking in the afflictions of Christ” (Colossians 1:24), and this is precisely why there are so few intercessors. People describe intercession by saying, “It is putting yourself in someone else’s place.” That is not true! Intercession is putting yourself in God’s place; it is having His mind and His perspective.

    The Offering of the Natural

    It is written that Abraham had two sons: the one by a bondwoman, the other by a freewoman —Galatians 4:22

    Paul was not dealing with sin in this chapter of Galatians, but with the relation of the natural to the spiritual. The natural can be …