Here’s a quick rundown of the top stories on mycharisma.com:
Christ for All Nations (CfaN) broke record numbers as they held 11 crusades over a two-week time span with over 1 million people responding to the gospel.
In an exclusive interview with Charisma News, Christ for All Nations’ Macoby Donaldson said that they recently tried and succeeded at the impossible—doing 11 crusades at once across the nation of Zambia.
“We did 11 crusades in a two-week period,” Donaldson said. “And we did it for what normally would cost the same as one crusade because there’s something special.”
Based on God’s Word, I want to share with you the opportunities, blessings and authority you have to confess, declare and strengthen your position in the spirit realm. It’s so important to understand that “death and life are in the power of the tongue, and those who love it and indulge it will eat its fruit and bear the consequences of their words” (Prov. 18:21). Whatever you confess with your mouth and believe in your heart should be established in the spirit realm.
Let that settle in your spirit. There is no room for error. It is crucial to not only understand the truth but also walk in it, accomplish it, confess it, declare it and decree it. Romans 10:9 says, “If you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved” (NKJV).
Think about that. Meditate on it. It is the number one key—not only to entering heaven but also to being saved and in right standing with God. If you confess and agree with God concerning your life, your relationship with Him and your destiny, the devil won’t stand a chance against you. That’s why we are going to touch and agree with the Holy Spirit. We do both, because one hand cannot clap alone.
In an exclusive interview with Charisma magazine, Granger Smith shared how God’s sovereignty was working in the middle of the worst part of his life when he tragically lost his son, River.
“I have grown to trust, and believe, and surrender, to a very big God,” Smith said. “A sovereign, providential God.”
Smith got into the weeds of Genesis 50:20, a commonly misunderstood verse, and what it actually means for our lives.