Walk worthy, . . . forbearing one another in love. Ephesians 4:1–2 Aren’t you glad that God’s Word is practical—addressing us exactly where we live in the messy moments of life? To forbear literally means to put up with someone. Forbearance is forgiving, gentle, patient, accommodating, and kind. The Lord is extremely forbearing with us....

Walk with Humility

I therefore, the prisoner of the Lord, beseech you that ye walk . . . with all lowliness and meekness, with longsuffering, forbearing one another in love. Ephesians 4:1–2 A happy home is a place where family members practice humility. Ah, what a word! “Humility” means to be lowly, genuine, and caring and to have awareness...

“Triggers” For Corporate Revival

The first step toward any solution is the RECOGNITION of the problem. Israel’s religious leaders were unaware that the Glory-cloud had not hovered over the Mercy Seat for 400 hundred years. The priests were oblivious to God’s absence. The blind were leading the blind. God’s chosen people had grown accustomed to lifelessness—no divine interruptions or interventions. The Pharisees were so far removed from vital reality that they led the charge to crucify God’s Son. Think about it—it was the Orthodox crowd that most vehemently opposed the only begotten Jesus! Is it possible the same thing is happening now?

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