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Do Not Let Your Adorning Be External... — Jeremy Caris

“Do not let your adorning be external—the braiding of hair and the putting on of gold jewelry, or the clothing you wear—but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God’s sight is very precious.” 1 Peter 3…(Read More)

Fulfilling Your Calling Within The Local Church — Jeremy Caris

I’ve been taught that we should each find our own calling fulfilled within the greater calling of a local church family or community. I don’t disagree with that—if we’re speaking of hypothetical ideals. But, there are three key issues that often prevent fulfilling your calling within the local church from being…(Read More)

The Body Heals Itself — Jeremy Caris

Recently, the Lord said something to me that has just been reverberating in my spirit. He said, “The body heals itself.” Do you realize in the natural, if we provide our body with a clean and healthy environment and the life-giving nourishment that it needs, the body will heal itself? God designed you this…(Read More)

“So Jesus said to them, “Truly, truly, I say to you, the Son can do nothing of his own accord, but only what he sees the Father doing. For whatever the Father does, that the Son does likewise. For the Father loves the Son and shows him all that he himself is doing. And greater…(Read More)

If you’re called as a prophet, you need godly counsel and wise influence. Just like anyone else, you need to learn from the learned. You need fathers and mothers in the faith who have gone before you. You need relationships with people who will keep you grounded and accountable for what you say and…(Read More)

It’s no secret there’s a mentality that has invaded the Church that intentionally marginalizes the supernatural to attract people and grow without needing to rely on the demonstration of the Spirit and power of God. But biblically, there is no such thing as the harvest versus the supernatural. Separating the two is an…(Read More)

When I’ve followed what God has shown me, I have often experienced the confirmation of heaven in astounding, supernatural ways. But at times when I’ve veered off that course because of what others told me was best, I’ve nearly lost everything. We should always seek and receive counsel. But in the end…(Read More)

If someone demands such control over you that they decide when and where you may speak, what you are permitted to say, how you are permitted to appear or present yourself, and how you are allowed to express yourself, they are not your friend. They do not have your best in mind. They are completely…(Read More)

Impart Greatness — Jeremy Caris

Jesus said we will do greater things than he did. Not only does he freely give out of his own fullness, he actually seeks out those who are totally committed to him. He searches for those into whom he may impart greatness. At the end of my life, I will have succeeded if what I…(Read More)

Fishers of Men

Fishermen

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When Jesus called the brothers, Peter and Andrew, to follow him, they were fishing. That became their livelihood since they had not been chosen and trained among the elite of their day: scholars, teachers, and rabbis. But as they were fishing, Jesus said, “Follow me, and I will make you fishers of men.” There is…(Read More)