Have you been poisoned?

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 6 Comments

Your faith can be poisoned

This toxin can erode your expectations and destroy your hope.

It’s very common in our environment and can be easily swallowed.

You need to learn the antidote before it strikes you.

Click on the video and be prepared.

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Comments 6

  1. I love this video clip. Everything you have said is true. The other thing I have come to realize is that God protects us. We don’t think He is working because we do not visually see the spiritual warfare around us but He is protecting us from harm and consequences that would crush us or even take our lives. This is when we must rest in Him and as you say, remember that He is Good and Faithful.

  2. I didn’t listen to disappointment trying to destroy me after my first wife divorced me he helped me be an overcomer by His grace. 4 lovely grandchildren by two families who serve God is His reward for simply trusting Him.

  3. This year has been tumultuous and so devastating at times some would have buckled and not recovered. I did.

    How? praying often in the darkest of days asking God to be with me to persevere, offering my suffering to Jesus for loving me no matter what. Thanking him for all the wonderful gifts in life, thanking him for his mercy and forgiveness of past sins and rescuing and turning my life around.

    How? surrounding myself with other Christians who prayed over me ,placed my on their prayer chains, Watching Dr. Mullins weekly videos and immersing myself in his advise as well as personal guidance from him. Also attending Christian conferences, joining a prayer group, attending a Christian pilgrimage


  4. I found that believing God is faithful and declaring everyday that He is my hope and strength has helped me deal with many overwhelming disappointments. In fact it’s been the disappointments that have helped build my faith and trust in Him. My motto is never, never, never give up. God doesn’t give up on me so I have chosen to never give up on Him. His ways are higher and I know He has my best interests at heart. When disappointment comes now, I trust in Him. He has proven to me over and over that He will take care of me because of His love and committment to His children and I belong to Him (that makes me smile every time I think of that- I belong to Him!). It’s taken many persevering years to learn this. I am so glad I never gave up. Thank you for these encouraging words Dr Mullen. I so appreciate your message every week. Hugs and blessings

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