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God’s Word in practice

Explore how God’s Word challenges and empowers us to live 100% according to His will, so we no longer need to fall in sin, but can come to a life of victory.


How I won victory over the accuser

I used to be a dissatisfied Christian, blaming God for my circumstances. That was until I heard this …

Fanatic zeal or true worship?

Zeal is a good thing – when used correctly. How do you exercise your religion?

Why you are the strongest when you are your weakest

It’s not a contradiction that weakness and strength go hand in hand.

Chosen and beloved

A song about God’s amazing love and hope for us.

Are you an intercessor or an accuser?

Jesus intercedes for us; Satan accuses us. What do you do? Are you an intercessor or an accuser?

16 reasons why you never have to lose courage in hard times

This compilation of Bible verses will bring you words of encouragement for when you are going through trials.

On emotional fragility

Not all of us are born emotionally robust, and that’s okay. But here’s what we can do when our thoughts threaten to pull us down.

One thing to know if you truly want to follow Jesus

This is a key in learning everything from the Master.

Statement of faith

Our faith in God’s Word has shaped who we are and what we believe. The Scriptures are not ambiguous when they say that a normal Christian life should be a life of victory over sin, and we believe it! This is absolutely possible by the power of the Holy Spirit. Just listen to what Paul writes to the Romans: “For sin shall not have dominion over you, for you are not under law but under grace. What then? Shall we sin because we are not under law but under grace? Certainly not!” Romans 6:14-15.

In other words, coming to a victorious life is fully possible—and living in sin is completely unnecessary! We can become true disciples of Jesus Christ, who have fulfilled the conditions He set, and now follow Him on the new and living way to eternal life. Is this true? Thousands of people among us can answer with a resounding: YES! Not only do we believe it, but we also experience it personally through the help of the Holy Spirit.

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