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Rod Parsley
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Disciple of Jesus Christ. Husband to an incredible woman. Father of two great kids. Pastor of a dynamic, soul-winning church.
Disciple of Jesus Christ. Husband to an incredible woman. Father of two great kids. Pastor of a dynamic, soul-winning church.

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Our English names for God do not carry the detail and nuance that the Hebrew names for God do. Learn to use these Hebrew names in prayer, praise and worship. Use them often and allow them to paint a more accurate and transforming picture of who God is.

"And whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.” (Acts 2:21, MEV).

God does not change. “For I am the Lord, I do not change; therefore you, O sons of Jacobs, are not consumed.” (Malachi 3:6). He is your Healer yesterday, today and forever. He will not stop loving you, and He will not stop helping you.

My hope is in You, Lord. I believe. Help my unbelief! Will You free my thinking from the shackles of my past experiences and what I think possible? You are so much greater. I wait upon You, Your plan, Your promise. In Jesus’ name.

Let us live expecting that His answer to our pleas will be according to His love, grace, and mercy by which He is able to do immeasurably more than we can imagine.

Let us believe that God has our very best interests at heart. Let us believe He knows what we need before we even ask. Let us believe He knows every thought upon our heart and every word before it crosses our lips.

What are you waiting for? At times we may have a sense that we know, while at others we haven’t a clue. Isn’t it marvelous that our God is a God “able to do immeasurably more than all we ask or imagine”? I think we often limit God by confining our hopes within the context of our past experiences or what we think is possible. But all things are possible with our God.

Don’t settle! God has far more planned for your life in this year of Jubilee than you can ever think or imagine!!

"And so, Lord, where do I put my hope? My only hope is in you." (Psalm 39:7, NASB).

God did not choose and anoint you to showcase your strengths, but to reveal His!
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