The Bible-knowing Christians know that the greatest is love. The verse 1 Corinthians 13:13 is cited as a reference. Three things will last forever—faith, hope, and love—and the greatest of these is love. As love is so great, let us aspire to grow in love. And making declarations aloud regularly is one way to grow in any attribute.
I like this song. I started to like it more and more. I sing and dance to it.
We have more than 25 music videos below, with a brief description. I hope you will find the version you like best. This will probably be the largest collection of music videos for this song until now. But more importantly, through the videos, you get the river of life to flow out of you. The purpose of this blog post is to make your passion increase for the river of God.
God made mankind in HIS image. As we believe that Jesus Christ is our only Lord and Saviour, we have the mind of Christ (1 Corinthians 2:16). All inferior thoughts are lies from the devil. We should not allow these thoughts any influence in our lives. God is good. He is good all the time. While we are not there yet, we make progress towards that daily.
When you ask God, when you pray according to His will, our prayers become acceptable. When you ask your parents for things according to their will, they become delighted and are more likely to oblige. If you ask your boss according to his will, you are more likely to get your request granted. So a great key to making effective prayers is asking according to God’s will. This verse is from 1 John 5:14. Now this is the confidence that we have in Him, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us. We can use this key and have a confident and fulfilling prayer life.
These declarations are Bible based, hence powerful. Declare these with faith, remembering that the Word of God is always true. Some of you may need to start a daily habit of reading the Bible in the morning and evening and through the day develop a habit of meditating on a specific verse. Many of the declarations below are from Psalms 119.
We either build relationships with words or let them fail when we do not speak correctly. This happens in our homes, at work, in business, in church and elsewhere. Jesus Christ our Lord and saviour knew when to speak, had great will power to remain silent when it was the best option. When Satan tried to entice him with sin quoting scripture, Jesus spoke with wisdom with power citing the appropriate context of the scripture.
These prayers are unique, as they are from the Holy Bible, thus inspired by the Holy Spirit.
These are taken from Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians. Apostle Paul, who wrote over 1/3rd of the New Testament. He made a great impact on Christianity in terms of growth of the church as well articulating a richer understanding of elements of Chritian faith and living.