We respond to our environment according to the way we see ourselves. Words spoken to us become names that we carry in our hearts. It is so important that we live by our God-given names and not by names that tie us to bondage. We must break free of all aliases that we have been given by the world.
Jesus was the first person to ever liberate women. Part of the good news of the gospel is that women are powerful, valued, and embraced by God.
Kris and Kathy discuss with school of ministry students the importance of managing your soul, and learning how to get your needs met.
We used to be paupers but now we have become kings. God created us to rule and reign with Christ, in the here and now.
In the church, the most powerful weapons have gone undeployed. The devil is afraid of women. That's why she's still oppressed over 2,000 years after Jesus set humanity free. This is largely due to misunderstanding of a few Scriptures in the New Testament. What will happen when billions of women take their rightful place on the planet?
We won't be discouraged by the darkness if we remember the x factor-- signs and wonders! This is a timely word, releasing hope for global reformation. Impossible is nothing.
Spiritual quotient (SQ), which is defined by Kris as the ability to discern, perceive and judge the spiritual dimensions that are at work in and around you, and manage this realm towards a positive outcome. We are a spirit, that has a soul, that has a body. The most powerful part of our being is our spirit. It is important to learn how to develop and grow this part of our being.
Kris continues his message on Creation's Redemption. The second command from the Lord was for man to care for the earth. Creation is groaning for the day when the children of God realize that they are glorious sons and daughters of the King and begin to co-reign with God. When Adam and Eve sinned they brought both themselves and creation under the curse.
Kris discusses what is going on when God is silent in our lives. If God is silent, it doesn't mean that we've done something wrong. He is always at work in us.