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November 14, 2021

The Night Lie, Part I

Tragically, the enemy has many people just where he wants them: deceived, year after year after year. They may go to bed every night determined to be different. Then get up every morning with the same resolve. If this is your situation, you may pray, and yet, at the end of the day and at the last minute you are presented by satan an opportunity to eat, and you make a rash decision...
December 13, 2021

One Thing to Focus On

This is all about a relationship with God. A controlling person has a relationship with themselves. They know every detail about themselves, and their mind is constantly returning to thinking about what they need. Their mouths and conversations will invariably return to talking about themselves and their wants, their needs, their desires. With each passing year, the dieter is more in love with the food and less in love with God...
December 14, 2021

Walking with God

It is all about walking with God. When you look for men who have been lifted up by God—Abraham, Moses, David, the Apostle Paul, and especially the Son of God, Jesus Christ—all have a common denominator: they walked with God. God’s Spirit led them...
December 15, 2021

It’s a Daily Decision

Think about your testing and waiting—it is short lived and you do not remember it, but you keep the product of the suffering forever. Some will wait for a day or a week for hunger, but what they have not embraced is the DAILY cross...
December 17, 2021

A Beautiful Relationship of Love for God

Do you watch the feet of Jesus and concentrate on what He did? He always spoke the truth in love and stayed busy in Kingdom work every day, not caring about what naysayers thought but only what the needs of the people were. Christ lost Himself in God and now has right-hand recognition and position and power...
December 18, 2021

Making the Commitment

To commit to God, you have to let go of control of your eating, spending, lusting, talking, bad habits, jealousy, laziness, etc. People do not realize that they are controlling. Did you wait for hunger—true hunger—every time you ate these past few weeks...