Teresa Seputis Articles

Yes, God Does Have of a Sense of Humor

God has a rich and wonderful sense of humor, and He loves to show His "funny side" to His children. Does that thought...
2 Keys to Surviving God’s Refining Fire

2 Keys to Surviving God’s Refining Fire

Every believer enters a season when God turns up the heat. Here's how to keep the goal of the refinement process in view when going through the flames.Those of you who are familiar with the process of refining gold know that the gold is first placed in a crucible and...

You Can Survive the Fire

Those of you who are familiar with the process of refining gold know that the gold is first placed in a crucible and subjected to intense heat. The heat causes the gold to melt and its impurities to separate and come to the top, where they can be skimmed off.

This process is repeated as many times as necessary in order to increase the quality and purity of the gold. For example, 10 karat gold does not have to be heated as much or as long as 14 karat gold. Twenty-four karat gold undergoes an even more intensive refining process.

In a similar manner, God is in the process of refining His church. He wants a pure, beautiful bride upon whom He can pour out His anointing and His power. God desires to manifest Himself through His church so that each of us is able to do the things Jesus did (see John 14:12-14).

Fine-Tune Your Ability to Hear God

Fine-Tune Your Ability to Hear God

Have you ever thought God was saying something to you, but you weren’t sure it was really His voice you were hearing? Have you found yourself thinking, How do I know it was really God I heard and not my own imagination—or worse, the enemy?

God’s solution is simple: “‘If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him'” (James 1:5, NIV). When we need to know if we are hearing God’s voice, all we have to do is ask Him!

We can go to God, tell Him what we think we heard Him say, and then ask Him to confirm it or correct our hearing on the matter. God wants to give us an understanding of what He says to us because He wants to communicate with us. He is eager to teach us to correctly hear His voice.

How to Hear God

How to Hear God

Have you ever thought God was saying something to you, but you weren’t sure it was really His voice you were hearing? Have you found yourself thinking, How do I know it was really God I heard and not my own imagination—or worse, the enemy?

God’s solution is simple: “‘If any of you lacks wisdom, he should ask God, who gives generously to all without finding fault, and it will be given to him'” (James 1:5, NIV). When we need to know if we are hearing God’s voice, all we have to do is ask Him!

We can go to God, tell Him what we think we heard Him say, and then ask Him to confirm it or correct our hearing on the matter. God wants to give us an understanding of what He says to us because He wants to communicate with us. He is eager to teach us to correctly hear His voice.

Learn to Hear God’s voice

by Teresa SeputisLearn five ways to hear God’s voice clearly. At a Glance God never contradicts Scripture. God's voice is not the voice of anxiety God's voice is not the voice of obscurity God's voice is not the voice of gossip God's voice is not...

Did God Really Say That?

Did God Really Say That?

Have you ever thought God was saying something to you, but you weren't sure it was really His voice you were hearing? Have you found yourself thinking, How do I know it was really God I heard and not my own imagination--or worse, the enemy?God's solution is simple:...

Learn to Discern the Voice of God

Learn to Discern the Voice of God

Many people claim to hear the Lord speaking, but what they hear is sometimes questionable. Here are some simple rules to help you discern His voice. Arriving at my hotel room in New York after ministering at a conference, I crawled into bed completely exhausted. My...

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