You are never too young (or too old) to enter in the Kingdom of God and do God’s work. These stories are about the youth of Azusa Street. These are the children who gave up playing after school to go to the mission and witness and perform miracles, the teenagers who no...

 Two people, a husband and wife, came down in wheelchairs, pushed by their teenage children. They were both very sick and had either pneumonia or really bad colds. Brother Ralph went over to them and asked, “Did you come down here tonight believing God is actually goin...

 THE ONLY DIRECTION to go is to cry out for a greater measure of His Presence in the outpouring. Psalm 80 continuously links the favor of His face with the work of His hand. It is easy to become distracted with the wonderful demonstrations of power and manifestations....

 

 THE HEART OF God is clearly seen in this amazing prophecy from Ezekiel. “I will not hide my face from them anymore; for I shall have poured out my Spirit” (Ezek. 39: 29). There is nothing greater than beholding His face. “In the light of the king’s face is life, and...

THIS UNIMAGINABLE PRIVILEGE of carrying God’s Presence should never reduce me to a laborer for God. The decision of being a servant or a friend is still being made by people around us every day. Friendship does not cancel our service; it brings substance to it. We serv...

IT IS SO easy to assume that something like the baptism in the Holy Spirit is primarily to make us more useful in ministry. That makes us top heavy in the sense that we become professionals in areas of life that were really reserved for romantics.

The moment we reduce G...

THE LIFELONG PURSUIT of more is evidenced by humility. Humility is the gateway to true hunger and there is an incredible promise reserved for those who live hungry for God:

 Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be filled (Matthew 5:...

MORE IS A perpetual availability to every Spirit-filled believer. To be refilled is not to receive another Holy Spirit; it is to experience the One we have already received in an increased measure. Even though the language of “more” can unnerve some, we must approach i...

WE ARE CALLED to freely give what we freely receive. Jesus Himself instructed the disciples to “heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons. Freely you received, freely give” (Matt. 10: 8, NASB). As we continue to freely give, we create space to...

Jesus set the standard for how we face life-threatening storms effectively— in rest. The storm mentioned in Mark 4: 36– 41 brought great fear to the disciples. They probably thought they were going to die. What made the moment even more confusing was that Jesus did not...

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