We bring forth the riches of Christ every morning with short, simple messages designed to encourage and challenge you in your daily walk with Christ.

The Ultimate Purpose

The Ultimate Purpose

The Ultimate Purpose can be summed up into a single thought, a central idea, that you find weaving its way throughout the Bible and throughout human history.

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Ascending Prayer

Ascending Prayer

Prayer ought to bring us up into the heavenlies, not bring us down deeper into the earth. It ought to focus our vision on the Father, not on man, or the problems of man.

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His Government

His Government

God will continue to reveal His Son in the ages to come, bringing us into depths and dimensions of Christ that we cannot fathom.

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The Fire Has No Power

The Fire Has No Power

The fire has no power over them because the fire has no power over Him, and there He is in the midst. They do not seek the fiery furnace, but neither do they shrink from it when it comes.

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Christ Fully-Formed in You

Christ Fully-Formed in You

Maturity in Jesus is what ministry is supposed to lead to. Christ is at the heart of everything; He is at the center of all activity; we begin with Him and we end with Him.

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Dying to Live

Dying to Live

If we have not already passed through death then we are constantly fearful of dying, but the one who has already died and lives again has nothing more to fear from death.

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The Field of Treasure

The Field of Treasure

If a man owns a field, does he not also possess the buried treasure in the field? Does it not stand to reason then, that if we receive HIM, we possess all He has?

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Doing Flows from Being

Doing Flows from Being

What is the Christian Life? It is leaving our ground altogether and coming onto the ground of Christ. It is deeper than a changed life – it is an exchanged life

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Right Investment of Time

Right Investment of Time

When the time is short we must make the most of every opportunity and waste nothing. Ordinarily if we speak the Word to someone and they send us away, the best advice is to leave. Unfortunately, Paul was in prison and could not get away…

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