Mike Shreve Articles

Prophetic Dream Forecasts Possible Chaotic Events Preceding the 2024 Presidential Election

Just recently, upon awakening, I heard a voice that I believe was divinely inspired say: "1851...
Your Amazing Inheritance in Christ

Your Amazing Inheritance in Christ

Read this powerful description of who we are and what we have as sons and daughters of God:"The Spirit Himself bears witness with our spirits that we are the children of God, and if children, then heirs: heirs of God and joint-heirs with Christ, if indeed we suffer...

How Can We Be ‘More Than Conquerors’?

How Can We Be ‘More Than Conquerors’?

To be a "conqueror" means to overcome oppositions or challenges by personal strength. That sounds like the highest level a person can attain.Yet Paul declares members of the true church exceed that description. After mentioning some of the most challenging situations...

The Mystery of the Mercy Seat

The Mystery of the Mercy Seat

God calls His New Covenant people "vessels of mercy." This is a glorious part of who we are and what we have received from the Most High God.Here's the reference:"What if God, willing to show His wrath and to make His power known, endured with much patience the...

This Is Still Our First Priority as Believers

This Is Still Our First Priority as Believers

As the world erupts around us in chaos and confusion, it is vital that we, the body of Christ, remind ourselves who we are and what our primary purpose is in this world.To accomplish that, we must draw the focus tight on one verse out of the 31,102 verses in God's...

Why True Disciples Are an Everlasting Foundation

Why True Disciples Are an Everlasting Foundation

There are over 1,000 names and titles for God's people in His Word. One of the most awe-inspiring is found only one time in the Bible, in Proverbs 10:25 (NKJV):"As the whirlwind passes, so the wicked is no more; but the righteous is an everlasting foundation."The...

Why You Are the Apple of God’s Eye

Why You Are the Apple of God’s Eye

Three times in the Old Testament, God's people—both nationally and individually—are described as "the apple of His eye" (Deut. 32:10, Zech. 2:8 and Ps. 17:8).Although this was originally a title given to the physical offspring of Abraham, born-again...

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