Rewards of My Greatest Rediscovery
During the first 30 years of my life, God fulfilled His promise to make whatever I did prosper if I meditated on His Word day and night.
Then I got so busy with ministry that I neglected meditation, and God, in mercy, brought me back to it. Since January 1, 2014, He has given me the grace to not miss a single day or night in getting a verse of Scripture, memorizing it, and quoting it to God while going to sleep.
An amazing result occurred: at night God would wake me up and give me deeper insights into Scripture. I began writing them down. The result has been 20 books in the last 20 months.
I was simply experiencing what David wrote about in Psalm 16:7. “I will bless the LORD, who has given me counsel: my reins also instruct me in the night seasons.”
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Let’s Restore God’s Creation Design
The fluorescent tubes pictured above were simply stuck in the ground. They all lit up because they were under power lines, and the dirt absorbed the electrical energy.
God energized dirt by the power of His Word when He created Adam. Every day in the Garden, God renewed Adam’s power and light by daily talks. This is precisely what God wants to do in us through day and night meditation.
What I Really Teach in the Basic Seminar
To clear up misunderstandings, I have written an explanation of the seven universal, non-optional principles of life that are taught in the Basic Seminar. Read more . . .
Reducing Suicide Among Veterans
One of the most distressing statistics in America is that 22 veterans commit suicide every day. There are many programs that try to help. However, until the root causes of depression are identified and resolved, there will be no real solutions.
It is for this reason that I am rejoicing in a recent report from a Director of Veterans; he stated, “We are seeing revival among the veterans who are studying your books.” Please pray that millions will be reached.
Two Overlooked Factors to Reduce Chicago Crime
President Trump has focused on the skyrocketing crime in Chicago. To solve the problem, two factors must be understood. Read more . . .