Attack Your Fears

David Brandt Berg

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Fear!—We don’t realize how much of it is subconscious until we analyze it and try to put it into words; yet we’re often afraid to talk about our fears, or even confess to ourselves that we’re afraid, because that would expose our innermost selves.

But being afraid to talk about our fears is one of the worst fears of all, because fear is like a disease: We can’t find the cure until we confess we have it and reveal the symptoms. And it often seems like a shameful disease, . . .  read more

Feet of Faith

David Brandt Berg

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(Written to a couple whose baby was born with deformed feet.)

My dear loved ones,

Our prayers are with you for your baby’s feet. The Lord has a promise for feet: “How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who brings good news, who proclaims peace, who brings glad tidings of good things, who proclaims salvation, who says to Zion, ‘Your God reigns!’” (Isaiah 52:7).

Remember that nothing happens by accident! God has a purpose in everything, even if it is . . .  read more

Did God Make a Mistake?

David Brandt Berg

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Did God make a mistake by putting Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, where they wound up making their own choices—the wrong ones? (Genesis 3:6).

Did God have to confess failure by the Flood, in that He had to wipe out all mankind for its wickedness? (Genesis 6:5-7).

Was the Tower of Babel a total disaster, and was the confusion of tongues a catastrophe? Or was it necessary to accomplish God’s purpose to humble and scatter man over the face of the earth? (Genesis 11:1-9).

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Faith

David Brandt Berg

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It’s easy to hear from the Lord. You just have to have faith. When you ask the Lord for an answer to a question or problem, expect an answer and take the first thing that comes. If you want the Lord to answer and really believe He can and will, you won’t be disappointed. What you see or hear with the eyes or ears of your spirit, that’s the Lord answering. It will be such a comfort to you. Expect God to answer. Just open up your heart and let it in.

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Hallelujah for Happiness!

David Brandt Berg

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In many religions the more the devotees suffer and the sadder they are, the more religious they are considered to be. But for the born-again Christian, it’s supposed to be just the opposite! One measure of Christians’ spirituality or religiosity is whether they’re victorious and smiling and really happy.

God hasn’t made religion difficult and grievous, and Jesus certainly didn’t make it that way. Not even Moses, with all the strict laws he laid down, made it that . . .  read more

In Search Of Truth!

Answers to many of Life’s most Meaningful Questions!

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“WHAT IS LIFE ALL ABOUT?–WHAT AM I HERE FOR? IS THERE A PURPOSE, A PLAN FOR ME?–AND IF SO, WHAT IS IT?”

Questions such as these have stirred the soul and imagination of Man throughout the ages. Regardless of our country, colour or creed, our hearts all hunger for the same things–for lasting love, genuine happiness and peace of mind, truth and beauty, meaning and purpose.

ALL men, from the most primitive tribes in the jungles to members of the most modern and technologically-advanced societies, seem to instinctively sense that life . . .  read more

Flesh or Spirit?

David Brandt Berg

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The most raging religious controversy the world has ever known has been between the do-it-yourself religions and the God-alone-can-save-you kind. Man has always been trying to save himself, to work his way to Heaven, with just a little help from God thrown in. That way he can give himself most of the credit and go his own way.

The first murder was committed by a religionist of the do-it-yourself kind, Cain (the oldest son of the first couple, Adam and Eve). Cain killed his . . .  read more