Creflo Dollar: Choosing a Mate God’s way versus The World’s way (Part 3)

Choosing a Mate God's way versus The World's way (Part 3) - Creflo Dollar - Creflo Dollar MinistriesIn today’s article we are covering part three of Choosing a mate God’s way vs. the world’s way.

Here are the final five questions that I would like for singles to ask themselves:

Can You Live with Your Prospective Mate’s Current Faults?

He or she may not handle money very well. Can you live with that? Or perhaps the individual has been deceitful. Can you live with that? Maybe your potential spouse has an eating disorder. Can you live with that problem? Whatever the issue is, you need to have open and honest communication about it before getting married.

Is This Person Giving?

If the person you want to marry is interested only in receiving, and rarely (if ever) in giving, that will be a problem. This behavior indicates selfishness. In a marriage, you need someone to encourage you, lift you up, and give to you unselfishly. You want someone who looks for ways to give to you and bless you.

Do the Two of You Communicate Effectively?

Open communication is essential to a successful marriage. As a couple, do you effectively communicate your feelings and ideas?  Do you know how to tell each other what you need in the relationship and how you feel about the relationship?

Is Your Prospective Mate Your Best Friend?

Friendship is the foundation of a good marriage. Friends will lay down their lives for friends. Have you chosen someone who will lay down his or her life for you? In other words, does your potential mate sacrifice self-interests or plans for you? If you marry someone who is not willing to make these sacrifices, you may end up with someone who is undependable and inaccessible.

If You or Your Potential Mate Is Divorced, Do You Both Know Why the Divorce Took Place?

To begin the healing process after a divorce, ask God to forgive you for your part in the divorce and ask your former spouse for forgiveness as well. This allows healing to take place and a fresh start to begin. Then, ask yourself, Am I looking for someone to come and rescue me and take care of me, or am I looking for someone I can give to? Have I really changed—spiritually, emotionally, and morally? These are also important questions you should answer before you accept a marriage proposal. This will assist you in making a wise choice the second time around.

As a pastor and a former therapist, one of the things that has really amazed me through the years is that different people come with the same problems, but they have different perspectives about their problems because their perspectives are based on a different set of criteria. And they’re all making decisions based on that set criteria.

As Christians, we must establish the Word of God as the basis for every decision we make in our lives. When we understand and live this reality, we end up in a good place because we’re making wise decisions.

Be blessed.

-Pastor Creflo Dollar

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Creflo Dollar: How to choose the right mate (Part 2)

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Continuing the topic of choosing a right mate, we are going to take a look at the next questions that everyone who is contemplating dating and marriage should examine.

Do You Agree on What Church You Will Attend?

If you have different beliefs or attend different churches, you will definitely need to discuss where you will attend church. This discussion should take place before the marriage, especially if you are planning to have children.

Do You Agree on How You Will Spend Your Time and Money?

This topic definitely needs to be discussed, especially if both of you have careers. Ask questions like: How do you spend your personal quality time? Do you spend all your time in front of the television? Are you spending your time shopping? Are you spending all of your time hanging out with the guys? You would also like to know how much time your potential spouse is willing to commit to spending with you.

You have to have an understanding before the marriage that spending time together – making it a priority- is essential. Keep the romance throughout the marriage. You have to be willing to maintain throughout the marriage whatever it took to get your mate from the start. You should have the same financial goals. How important are saving and investing? Does this person spend money wisely or foolishly? Is this person a tither and a giver?

 

Can You Trust This Person?

Have you spent enough quality time with this person to intelligently answer this question? Trust is built over time. Be sure to really get to know each other and establish mutual respect and confidence.

Has This Person Given You Any Reason Not to Trust What He or She Has Said or Done?

Has this person said or done something that later did not agree with what he or she had said previously? For example, he or she says, “I’m not dating anyone other than you.” Then, when the two of you are in a restaurant, you bump into someone who says to your date, “I sure enjoyed last night.” That is a reason to check out right then and there! If someone has given a reason not to be trusted while you are dating, most likely there will be reasons for lack of trust when you’re married.

How Does He or She Handle Adversity?

Have you ever seen this person deal with adversity? Your date looks real cool, calm, and collected when you are out, but have you seen his or her behavior when the business deal did not work out favorably? How does this person respond when life doesn’t go as planned? What happens when hardship comes? Does this person get depressed or become suicidal? Does he or she get angry, fly off the handle, and lose control? Prior to committing your life to someone, you should have already observed how he or she operates in the midst of adversity.

Be on the lookout for part three of “Choosing the right mate.” Keep applying these concepts to your relationships and you will be well on your way to success.

Be blessed.

-Pastor Creflo Dollar

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Dr. Creflo Dollar: Raise Your Expectation

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I often tell my congregation, “Expectation is the breeding ground for miracles.” In order to receive from the Lord, we must expect Him to show up and show out in our lives. Without a fervent sense of expectancy, all we are doing is taking part in religious exercises that have no power behind them. It is time for Believers to start expecting God to do some great and mighty things in our lives.

Many Christians pray, read their Bibles, go to church, and serve in various capacities in ministry, but when it comes to the promises of God leaping off the pages of the Bible and manifesting in their lives, their faith levels are really low. They say they believe but they really do not, nor do they really expect God to come through on His Word. This is not the way Christians should live.

God wants us to release our faith for everything we need and desire. He wants you to expand your capacity to receive by believing Him for BIG things! When you read a scripture from His Word, and receive it in your heart, without doubt, you should absolutely expect it to come to pass. There should be no question in your mind that what God said is exactly what He will do.

I like the example of the man at the Gate called Beautiful, in the book of Acts. Acts 3:2-5 recounts the scene:

And a certain man lame from his mother’s womb was carried, whom they laid daily at the gate of the temple which is called Beautiful, to ask alms of them that entered into the temple which is called Beautiful, to ask alms of them that entered into the temple; Who seeing Peter and John about to go into the temple asked alms. And Peter, fastening his eyes upon him with John, said, Look on us. And he gave heed unto them, expecting to receive something of them.”

This man received his healing because he expected to get something from Peter and John. He had his neck outstretched and his faith engaged. As a result, he was able to leap to his feet.

I wonder how many Christians could have already experienced the manifestation of the things they are believing from the Word, if only they would walk in unwavering expectation. There are no limits to what God can do, and if you can believe for what seems impossible, He will do it.

Expectation also means dreaming big. Do not limit God because of what your past experiences have been, or based on what others may say. Sometimes you will have to get “out of the box” so to speak, in order to receive bigger and better things from God. If you can find it in the Word of God, and you have the faith for it, you will possess it. You are not waiting on God; He is waiting on you! Walk in expectation and watch your dreams become a reality.

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Regain Your Losses: God’s Recovery Plan – by Creflo Dollar

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A question on the minds of many people is: When will the present economy turn around? Many also wonder whether we are anywhere near normal economic activity. God only knows for certain.

However, all of us are aware of the results of the economic downturn, such as families affected by foreclosure. People have lost cars. Children have been displaced from schools due to parents having to relocate. Millions have suffered job losses. Due to financial disaster, too many can identify with Psalm 142:4 (AMP), which says, “Look on the right hand [the point of attack] and see; for there is no man who knows me [to appear for me]. Refuge has failed me and I have no way to flee; no man cares for my life or my welfare.”

No, the answer is not in one man, human that is, but thanks be to God that the world has available to it a Savior, one who sits high but looks low. The Bible says about Jesus in Hebrews 4:15 (MSG) that, “He’s been through weakness and testing, experienced it all—all but the sin. So let’s walk right up to him and get what he is so ready to give. Take the mercy, accept the help.” And help He does offer. I call it God’s recovery plan.

First of all, to approach God for any kind of help, one must recognize that He truly exists and is a rewarder of those who sincerely seek Him (Hebrews 11:6). And how can we seek Him? We do this through prayer and by declaring His Word, reminding God of what He’s already said.

God honors His Word, and in it, He promises us that a payday is on the way. Jeremiah 51:56 describes Him as the God of recompense, a rewarder—the Great Compensator. Now this can be good or bad, depending upon how you are living. Every action, whether positive or negative, will be rewarded.

Speaking of good and bad, Proverbs 12:14 tells us it is all in the power of the tongue. We must not allow our mouths to put us in, or keep us in, poverty by speaking negative words. Say only what you would like to manifest in your life. If you don’t want it to happen, then don’t say it—not even jokingly.

Another requirement for receiving an economic turnaround from God is to live uprightly before Him. This means, whether you are at home, at the mall, or wherever you are—at all times—your lifestyle should agree with His Word.

In order to receive financial reward from God, there must be financial seed sown. Plain and simple. You want a harvest of corn? What do you plant? Corn seed. You desire, or better yet, need money? What do you plant or sow or give? Money seed! Ask of the Lord, and He will direct you concerning giving.

God will guide you in all your decision making, if you ask Him. We have the example of Moses. He was destined to rule Egypt. However, after consulting with God, Moses decided to follow the Lord instead. As a result, God richly compensated Moses for his choice.

It is possible to live in this world and not experience the consequences of it. Some have suffered harshly from making poor choices, only to have the recession amplify the bad results. However, God loves you. He is willing to repay your losses with abundance and ensure that whatever the enemy has stolen be repaid in full. Your part is to call upon His name, pray, and apply faith pressure through His Word, all of which will move the hand of God on your behalf!

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Creflo Dollar: Love Never Fails

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With all the spiritual principles to learn and execute as Christians, there is one that we must never lose sight of. In fact, it must be our principle goal in life as Believers. It is the law of love, and it is a command from God. Walking in love is not a religious cliché; it is a lifestyle that must be cultivated. It is so important because it is what shows the world what God is really all about. Without love, we can do nothing.

First Corinthians 13 provides the guidelines for walking in love because it explains what love is and what it is not. When we can understand these principles and judge our behavior by the standard of God’s love according to the Word, we can begin to operate in the power God desires for our lives. Many times, we bring our own definitions of love to the table, which are usually based on our emotions. However, in order to truly walk in the biblical type of love, we must follow the Word’s outline.

The Apostle Paul begins the chapter by discussing some of the things that Christians use to gauge the success of their relationship with God. Verses 1-3 talk about speaking in tongues, prophesying, understanding the things of God, having a lot of biblical knowledge, having strong faith, and giving to the poor. While all these things are important and we may identify with them as Believers, none of them supersede walking in love. There are people who give to the poor and prophesy, but when it comes to their dealings with others, they can be as mean as a rattlesnake!

Verses 4-8 describe the characteristics of love—things we should be striving to exemplify in our relationships with others:

Love endures long and is patient and kind: love is never envious nor boils over with jealousy, is not boastful or vainglorious, does not display itself haughtily. It is not conceited (arrogant and inflated with pride); it is not rude (unmannerly) and does not act unbecomingly. Love (God’s love in us) does not insist on its own rights or its own way, for it is not self-seeking; it is not touchy or fretful or resentful; it takes no account of the evil done to it [it pays no attention to a suffered wrong] (The Amplified Bible).

What an impressive set of qualities! I am sure we can all think of times where we have failed to walk in love where our treatment of others is concerned. Sometimes our words and actions may be motivated out of jealousy and pride. As Christians, we can easily become “puffed up” and arrogant when we feel we have reached a certain spiritual level. Unfortunately, everything we do that is the opposite of love can be felt by others, and it can push them away from God. After all, if those in the body of Christ aren’t walking in love, who will be the true example?

In order to become better “lovers,” we must make an honest assessment of our lives. Have we allowed the responses of the flesh to dictate how we treat others? Has the enemy deceived us about what is really important? There is no doubt that we will be faced with situations and people that may push our buttons, or try to move us from our love walk, but we must purpose in our hearts to make the 1 Corinthians model of love our ultimate goal in life. From our marriages to our dealings with co-workers, family, and friends, we must always consider the love of God when interacting with others. If it doesn’t line up with God’s way of doing things, it must be rejected.

Renewing our minds to walk in love is a process. We all have our flesh to contend with and overcome. Before we came to the knowledge of Jesus Christ, many of us were used to responding to people and situations a certain way. The flesh, or way of thinking that opposes God’s Word, is always looking for an opportunity to express itself. It wants to fly off the handle, cuss folks out, and be selfish. However, those are the times when we must choose God’s way as an act of our will. If we miss the mark, we should at least have the ability to discern where we got out of love and get back on track by repenting and asking the Lord to forgive us.

The more we practice the principles outlined in 1 Corinthians 13, the more love will become “first-nature.” As we continue to renew our minds and walk in love on purpose, we will find ourselves being used mightily by God. There is no situation that cannot be overcome with the love of God. It never fails.

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Creflo Dollar: Your Thoughts Determine Your Life

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Have you ever known someone who had a poverty mentality? You can usually tell by the words he or she speaks. It is an attitude that never expects anything above and beyond its current reality. People with a poverty mind-set are content and satisfied with lack and insufficiency, even when it is clearly destroying their lives. Their surroundings, attitude, words, and decisions reflect a way of thinking that does not trust God for provision. As a result, they continue to experience poverty in many areas of their lives.

Poverty involves lack, and it is not limited to the financial realm. Anytime we are lacking something in an area of our lives, poverty is present. A person can be poor where his or her relationships are concerned, or even mentally and emotionally. If people are lacking good health, they are poor where their physical condition is concerned. You see, poverty is designed to affect and infect all aspects of the human experience, which is why the enemy wants to keep people in the dark about what God has made available to them through His Word.

Hosea 4:6 says, “My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge.” What we don’t know can hurt us, which is why we must read the Bible and obtain knowledge from God’s Word that can be applied to our everyday lives. As it pertains to lack and poverty, God has a lot to say. He wants us to live an abundant life that lacks nothing! Not sure abundance is really His will or not? Take a look at what the Bible has to say.

In John 10:10 Jesus says, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” The abundant life, which covers the spirit, soul, and body (or physical realm) is the reason why Jesus came to the earth! He wants us to be whole in our finances, health, relationships, and emotions. For us to be a part of God’s kingdom and be in lack means there is something we don’t understand or are not executing from God’s Word. Since poverty is a curse, and a curse doesn’t come without a cause, we must examine our lives for sin and determine whether we are renewing our minds with the Word of God in specific areas.

When lack and poverty govern the way we think, our outer circumstances will reflect that inward state of being, and we will make choices that only push us further into poverty. Third John 2 says that as our spirit and soul are prospering, our physical condition will prosper as well. The key to a life of prosperity is to develop an inner image of it, which only comes by way of the Word of God. When we take the Word and meditate on it constantly, it becomes rooted in our spirits, and the result is a changed mind-set. When the Word is the absolute governing force in our lives, the abundant life will be seen in our outward circumstances. There will be no doubt in anyone’s mind that we are living the blessed life.

God’s desire for us to prosper and not be in lack is not just so we can live the good life. He wants us to be so filled and overflowing with abundant life that we have a surplus of blessings to bestow upon others. Whether it is financial and material resources, wisdom, love, healing, or deliverance, we can impact others more effectively when our lives are free from poverty.

Take some time to examine your life and locate areas where poverty has gotten a foothold. Change your thinking by renewing your mind with God’s Word. As your thinking changes, your feelings, decisions, and actions will follow suit. As your soul prospers, so will your life!

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Creflo Dollar: Believing with the Heart

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Do you know what it means to believe with the heart? Many Christians are not seeing their faith produce anything because they are more consumed with what their five senses are telling them than they are with believing the Word of God, even in the face of contradictory circumstances. Real, Bible-based believing is based on an absolute, unwavering stance on the Word. Faith is released when we believe with the heart, which means believing with the spirit.

A key to knowing how to release our faith properly is to understand the tri-part nature of man. Man is a spirit, who possesses a soul, and lives in a physical body (1 Thessalonians 5:23). You don’t have a spirit, you are a spirit. Your soul, which includes your mind, will, and emotions, is attached to your spirit. When a person accepts Jesus as his Lord and personal Savior, the “spirit man” becomes recreated and infused with the life of God, which is called zoë. At the point of death, the spirit and soul leave the physical body and return to either God or Satan, depending on whether the person is born again or not. The spirit of a man is the place where faith resides.

To believe with the heart means to believe from the spirit rather than with the physical senses. This is the kind of faith that gets results in the kingdom of God. Many times, people have a mental awareness or acknowledgment of what God has promised, but the promise has not gotten down in their hearts. As a result, they do not see consistent results in their lives.

In order to believe from the heart, the Word must be deeply rooted in the spirit. This is the only way we can lay hold of the type of faith that our minds cannot intellectually obtain. When the Word becomes infused in our spirits, we are able to believe apart from what our physical senses tell us. In order to get to this level of faith, we must constantly meditate on the Word of God until it becomes a part of us.

Faith must be in two places in order for it to produce manifestation in a Christian’s life. Romans 10:8 says, “But what saith it? The word is nigh thee, even in thy mouth, and in thy heart: that is, the word of faith which we preach.” The two places it must be is in our mouths and in our hearts. By constantly speaking the Word and making faith confessions of the Scriptures, we keep the Word in our mouths. Every time we hear ourselves saying it, our spirits become full of it as well. The combination of the Word being in our hearts and our mouths creates a faith explosion that will eventually be seen in the form of actual, tangible, physical results in the natural realm.

Our spirits were designed to believe the Word of God, and our physical senses were designed to believe what we perceive in the natural world. We should never try to govern our faith life by what we see, hear, smell, touch, and taste because spiritual things cannot be perceived through natural means. Even in the face of what appears to be lack, sickness, or a hopeless situation, believing with the heart means making the decision to stand on the Word and believe God’s promises.

Second Corinthians 4:18 is a strong supporting scripture that explains what heart-deep faith is all about: “While we look not at the things which are seen, but at the things which are not seen: for the things which are seen are temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal.” Christians walk by faith and not by sight because the unseen spiritual realm is the realm from which all seen things originate. This means it is actually more real than the physical realm. By allowing the Word of God to be our final authority rather than our senses, we position ourselves to receive from God.

If your faith is weak, it’s time to get on a Bible regimen that involves continually feeding on the Word. The more you meditate on the Word, speak it, and act on it, the more your faith will grow. And it won’t be long before you find yourself walking in the fullness of God’s promises.

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Creflo Dollar: Raise Your Expectation

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I often tell my congregation, “Expectation is the breeding ground for miracles.” In order to receive from the Lord, we must expect Him to show up and show out in our lives. Without a fervent sense of expectancy, all we are doing is taking part in religious exercises that have no power behind them. It is time for Believers to start expecting God to do some great and mighty things in our lives.

Many Christians pray, read their Bibles, go to church, and serve in various capacities in ministry, but when it comes to the promises of God leaping off the pages of the Bible and manifesting in their lives, their faith levels are really low. They say they believe but they really do not, nor do they really expect God to come through on His Word. This is not the way Christians should live.

God wants us to release our faith for everything we need and desire. He wants you to expand your capacity to receive by believing Him for BIG things! When you read a scripture from His Word, and receive it in your heart, without doubt, you should absolutely expect it to come to pass. There should be no question in your mind that what God said is exactly what He will do.

I like the example of the man at the Gate called Beautiful, in the book of Acts. Acts 3:2-5 recounts the scene:

And a certain man lame from his mother’s womb was carried, whom they laid daily at the gate of the temple which is called Beautiful, to ask alms of them that entered into the temple which is called Beautiful, to ask alms of them that entered into the temple; Who seeing Peter and John about to go into the temple asked alms. And Peter, fastening his eyes upon him with John, said, Look on us. And he gave heed unto them, expecting to receive something of them.”

This man received his healing because he expected to get something from Peter and John. He had his neck outstretched and his faith engaged. As a result, he was able to leap to his feet.

I wonder how many Christians could have already experienced the manifestation of the things they are believing from the Word, if only they would walk in unwavering expectation. There are no limits to what God can do, and if you can believe for what seems impossible, He will do it.

Expectation also means dreaming big. Do not limit God because of what your past experiences have been, or based on what others may say. Sometimes you will have to get “out of the box” so to speak, in order to receive bigger and better things from God. If you can find it in the Word of God, and you have the faith for it, you will possess it. You are not waiting on God; He is waiting on you! Walk in expectation and watch your dreams become a reality.

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Creflo Dollar: Obey and Be Blessed

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Some people think that they can get away with disobeying God. They think that if nobody knows about it, then no harm can be done. They also reason that because God is merciful, He won’t hold their disobedience against them. But what these people fail to realize is that their own hearts will start to condemn them. And once that happens, although they may speak faith—filled words when they pray, they will be filled with doubts and fears that will prevent their prayers from being answered.

Obedience, on the other hand, is the key to receiving answers to your prayers. When you are obedient to God and His Word, you become bold in your prayer life and faith walk. That boldness gives you confidence that people who are trying to get away with sin don’t have. Your confidence allows you to go before God without fear, guilt or condemnation and receive answers to your prayers.

First John 3:21–22 says, “Beloved, if our heart condemn us not, then have we confidence toward God. And whatsoever we ask, we receive of him, because we keep his commandments, and do those things that are pleasing in his sight.” Your obedience is pleasing to God, and when you please Him, He gives you your heart’s desire. But learning to hear from God and making a commitment to instantly obey Him requires work on your part.

You must spend time reading and studying the Word. When you do, you will begin to clearly discern the voice behind the Word. God will speak directly to you concerning your situation and will give you specific instructions to follow. When He tells you to do something, do it (James 1:22). Your confidence will grow each time you obey Him, and as you confidently approach Him and make your requests known to Him in prayer, He will answer you.

Hearing and then obeying God also positions you for shalom, or wholeness in every area of your life. In 2 Kings 5:1–14, Naaman, a captain in the Syrian army who suffered from leprosy, went to the prophet Elisha for healing. Elisha sent a messenger to Naaman, commanding him to dip himself seven times in the Jordan River. Naaman, irritated at the simplicity of the instructions, became disgruntled. But his servants convinced Him to obey the prophet. Once Naaman did as he was told, he was cured of leprosy. Although he initially questioned the instructions that he was given, Naaman eventually did what he was told and received his blessing. Just think how much sooner he could have been healed if he had immediately obeyed the man of God!

Your obedience connects you to God’s blessings. Don’t allow disobedience to cost you the confidence that is rightfully yours in Jesus. It will rob you of faith and fill you with fear. By living a life of obedience, you can avoid being consumed with doubts about the effectiveness of the Word of God. Instead of wondering if the Word is going to work for you, you will be confident that it will. And you can go boldly before God in prayer, knowing that He will bless you by answering each prayer.

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