Keep On Believing

David Brandt Berg

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I had a meaningful dream, in which my wife Maria and I were walking hand in hand out on a deserted highway that ran through desolate semi-desert, sort of like western Texas and parts of Arizona in the U.S. We seemed to be somewhat lost and searching for our destination.

Then suddenly we came upon a beautiful little white roadway that led off to the left and down a slight slope. There, just about a hundred meters away, was a beautiful ornamental gate that was a building in[...] read more

God’s Chesspiece

David Brandt Berg

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–You Can’t, but He Can!

The Lord wants you to be yourself and not try to be somebody else or pretend to be something you’re not. When I was teaching music, I used to point to a note on the musical scale and tell my students, “That’s what I want you to be—B natural!”

God doesn’t want you to try or pretend to be something you’re not and couldn’t possibly be. However, He teaches in His Word that almost anybody can be almost anything—if they have faith and[...] read more

How Can I Know What God’s Will Is?

Based on the writings of David Berg

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Every one of us has countless decisions which we must face every day of our lives. Every time of conflict, of testing and trial is a time of DECISION. But the point is, HOW do you make your decisions? How can you KNOW you are making the right ones, those which will bring the best results and help you achieve your goals?

Putting it simply, for true Christians, MAKING A DECISION IS ACTUALLY FINDING OUT WHAT [...] read more

Seven Ways to Find God’s Will

David Brandt Berg

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How should Christians go about making decisions? When we’re faced with having to make a decision, what are we trying to find?—The will of God! So the real question is this: How do we find the will of God?

A good Scripture on the subject is found in Romans chapter 12, verses 1 and 2: “I beseech you therefore, brethren, by the mercies of God, that you present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God, which is your reasonable service. And do not be conformed[...] read more