Meek. Gentle. Caring. Sacrificial Lamb. When we think of our Savior, we tend to point to the attributes that show His merciful side. However, that is only part of His nature. Solomon’s description of Christ as the righteous Ruler and coming Conqueror gives a more comprehensive view.
When the righteous Ruler returns, He will bring “justice to the poor of the people; / He will save the children of the needy” (Ps. 72:4). He will also “redeem their life from oppression and violence”
(v. 14). This is the benevolent, merciful side of our Savior. The other side is that of a warrior
These three words have the power to change your life, your marriage, your business. They can transform your attitude, squashing the fear that the enemy uses to control you. There is no fear that faith cannot conquer.
In the last two years, we have faced unprecedented challenges as a nation, as families, as individuals. Fear will tell you to cower and hide, but faith enables us to put our trust and hope in God.
No matter what your circumstance, no matter how grave your trial, God will come through for you. Focus on Him!Read More
Make no mistake…. Leadership is not for only a select few. God has created all His children to be leaders. Once we have accepted Jesus Christ as Savior, we are called to lead others in one way or another in our sphere of influence. Ephesians 2:10 states, “For we are God's masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so that we can do the good things he planned for us long ago.”Read More
If you think your life is miserable, read Psalm 88. The psalmist writes, For my soul is full of troubles, And my life draws near to the grave (v. 3). His sadness comes through with You have laid me in the lowest pit, In darkness, in the depths (v. 6). This psalm is about as depressing as it gets. He cried out to God, I am shut up, and I cannot get out; My eye wastes away because of affliction (vv. 8, 9). Despite his hopeless situation, he began the psalm with “O LORD, God of my salvation” (v. 1). There was his hope – in the Lord God. And in that hope, he found strength.Read More
When we face problems and conflicts in our lives, we want to take control and make things happen. What we need to do is realize that vengeance belongs to God (v. 1). He is the mighty “Judge of the earth,” who will “render punishment to the proud” (v. 2). The wicked prosper and the blasphemers boast.
We live in a world that is caught in an intense battle between a life built on truth and an existence filled with living out lies. It’s a virtual tug-of-war, pulling at every aspect of our lives. Spiritually, it’s a struggle between righteousness and unrighteousness, good versus evil. Politically, it’s defined as right versus left, conservative versus liberal. Economically, the pressure being placed on small businesses and the working class is clashing with the demand for entitlement.Read More
What an absolute pleasure to have you join us on our Cornerstone Church campus in San Antonio, TX for the Feast of Tabernacles! What a wonderful time together, spent praising the Lord! We hope you were able to tour our television ministry while you were here. It is certainly with deepest gratitude that we thank you for making this all possible.Read More
On Sunday, October 24th, Hagee Ministries held its 41st annual Night to Honor Israel at Cornerstone Church in San Antonio. More than 6,000 people were on hand to hear from several speakers, including founder of Hagee Ministries and Christians United for Israel (CUFI) founder and Chairman Pastor John Hagee, Cornerstone Church Lead Pastor Matt Hagee, Consul General of Israel to the Southwest Livia Link-Raviv, and former US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo.Read More
In my Bible, I have written many important prayers over the years. I have written things down that, in the natural, were absolutely impossible to accomplish. I wrote things down that I knew would take a supernatural move of God to happen. I know that God doesn’t have a problem moving mountains; we only need faith to believe. For God to move on our behalf, we have to get to a place where we recognize our human limitations and give Him full authority and control of our lives.Read More