A matter of choice : how to make the right decision every by Kenneth Copeland

By Kenneth Copeland

During this international, making the proper judgements is not effortless except you recognize the solutions. during this common minibook, Kenneth Copeland indicates you ways via religion you will discover supernatural options to daily difficulties. you will research: -How to have the brain of Christ by means of considering God's suggestions -How to listen to God's voice in each selection you're making great or small -How making judgements by way of the anointing produces holiness on your existence. if you are searching for the answer to a tricky challenge, make sure you locate the suitable one...after all, it is a subject of selection!

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It should have. After all, Jesus had been teaching them the Word all day. He'd told them how the devil comes to choke the Word with pressures and cares of the world. Then he got into the boat and said, "Now we will go to the other side" and went to sleep expecting His Word to be carried out. If they'd really listened to the Word Jesus had taught, any one of those disciples could have—and should have—stood up in the bow of that boat and hollered, "Peace be still! " If they'd thought supernaturally, instead of just naturally, any one of them could have drawn by faith on the anointing and the words of Jesus and stopped that storm.

Luke 11:13). I'm also asking You to fill me with the Holy Spirit. Holy Spirit, rise up within me as I praise God. I fully expect to speak with other tongues as You give me utterance (Acts 2:4). Begin to praise God for filling you with the Holy Spirit. Speak those words and syllables you receive—not in your own language, but the language given to you by the Holy Spirit. You have to use your own voice. God will not force you to speak. Worship and praise Him in your heavenly language—in other tongues.

No matter how many natural choices you try, nothing works. Here's the reason. What we call the "natural" world is really subnatural. It is far below what God originally created it to be. When God created the earth, things were perfect. There was a water canopy that covered it and filtered out ultraviolet light among other things. The atmospheric pressure was greater, the oxygen level was higher. People lived an average of 12 times longer (see Genesis 2:6, 7:10-11; 2 Peter 3:5-6; Genesis 5). But the effect of sin on the earth eventually caused that canopy to explode and flood the earth.

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