Shout For Joy
November 30 • November 30, 2017 • Pastor Glen Curry
Pastor Glen exhorts us from Psalm 35:27 to shout for joy because we have the understanding that God has pleasure in the prosperity of His people. We know that without faith it is impossible to please God. That means God is pleasured when you demonstrate faith. Here we discover that God is pleasured when you prosper.
Master The Principles and Thrive
November 29 • November 29, 2017 • Pastor Glen Curry
God has the power to deliver you instantly with a miracle; but He wants you to mature, grow, and develop by learning the principles of how to walk in “The Blessing.” Once these principles are mastered, you will use them every day to get what you want in life.
More Will Be Given
November 22 • November 22, 2017 • Pastor Glen Curry
God doesn’t want you to let the things you don’t have spoil your enjoyment of the things you do have. The principle is, “As you use what you do have to its fullest, more will be given.” Pastor Glen encourages us to be grateful for what we do have as we believe God for even more.
Why Ask Why?
November 16 • November 16, 2017 • Pastor Glen Curry and John Heart
Pastor Glen and John Heart talk about the role that faith must take in your life so that you get to the point where you stop questioning God about when what you desire is going to materialize. We walk by faith not by sight.
Prepare for Increase
November 15 • November 15, 2017 • Pastor Glen Curry
God is telling you to prepare for increase when He said, “Enlarge the place of your tent, stretch forth the curtains of your habitation, lengthen your cords, and strengthen your stakes, for you shall break forth on the right hand and on the left” (Isaiah 54:2-3).
Rise From the Bottom
November 13 • November 13, 2017 • Pastor Glen Curry
Pastor Glen encourages us to NOT let the efforts of others who try to hold us down, keep us down. You and God are the majority in your life that can change drastically for the better as you embrace the fact that God promises, “Your latter end shall greatly increase.”