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We believe that every person has a story to tell that helps reveal who God is in the world. When we share our story, it not only gives God glory, but points others to Him. God is changing lives and moving in incredible ways here at Life Change. Check out some of the stories of Life Change below and be encouraged! One of my grand daughters had the opportunity to spend some time with her friends before the official social distancing was put into effect.

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My Story: How My Life Changed

We believe that every person has a story to tell that helps reveal who God is in the world. When we share our story, it not only gives God glory, but points others to Him. God is changing lives and moving in incredible ways here at Life Change. Check out some of the stories of Life Change below and be encouraged! One of my grand daughters had the opportunity to spend some time with her friends before the official social distancing was put into effect.

I'm not exactly how the subject of God and heaven came up, but one friend expressed the opinion that "she doesn't believe in all that eternal stuff. So she met Christ, and the other girl confirmed that she already believes! There's always a reason to be thankful, even when forced to change the way we live our day to day. Worth the inconvenience!

My name is Alexandra Geballa and Im I've attended Life Change for 4 years now, and it really has changed my life and showed me who God is and how amazing he is. I moved from Maryland to Michigan in leaving my dad, best friend, and all other friends and family behind.

It's very hard being away from them but I do my best to visit whenever I have the chance. Before covid came around I bought a plane ticket to Maryland for spring break to finally see my dad and best friend since last year. I've been counting down the days, just full of excitement. On March 23rd , we got the news from our governor that we will be on a 3 week stay at home order, which would include the week I was supposed to be in Maryland with my dad.

I have been completely devastated that the opportunity for me to see my dad has pretty much been taken away from me due to the spread of this virus.

I'm completely heartbroken and I've been trying to look to God to help fill the fatherly figure in my life until I can see my dad and I know God will be there throughout my whole life.

God will forever be my heavenly father and I know that. Ive been really down about this opportunity being taken away from me all day long, and I spent the whole morning listening to praise and worship and remembering God is always on my side. But I had to get up and go on with my day and get my tire fixed before places begin to close due to the virus.

As they looked at my tires, I had 2 nails side by side in my front wheel. They told me they would put a brand new tire on, and it would be covered in warranty. I was super grateful. As I hung up with my dad, a gentlemen next to me asked me if I needed help with paying and I replied back thanking him very much but that my dad was going to help.

He answered back by saying he is more than happy to help if I needed it. I continued to thank him. My face was in shock and I just began to thank him over and over again. The man then went back to his seat and the worker brought me the change. I then walked over to the man and tried to hand him his change back, and he insisted that I kept it. I told him it was really okay and he could have it and he said no I want you to be blessed, and I want you to have it.

I began thanking him so much and tears came down my face. I then thanked him one last time, and went out to my car. I was so overwhelmed with love in my heart that two people insisted on helping me. It was a very difficult and upsetting day, and these two people brought so much joy to my day. I will forever be grateful. Both of the men must have heard me on the phone with my dad and they both wanted to help. I will never forget this act of kindness.

God is so good! I've had many ups and downs in my faith. Some situations that would make people want to quit, but I never did. I've been assaulted and hid to get stitches in my face for only wanting to help. Turned my back on God too many times to count, but God has been there to pick me up and brush me off. God came to my aid last time so strongly that I could no longer deny his presence in my life. I no longer deny that God has a great plan for me.

I no longer hate people who have hurt me. I remain sober longer and longer cause it's God's will. I thank and praise Life Change Church for putting such great people in front of me so it was impossible to miss them. I grow stronger every day and praise God for it. This is a followup to my posting from Monday. I have been praying for one of my co-workers, Josh.

Josh and his wife Lisa showed up on my job-site this morning and we sat in a deserted mall to talk about Jesus. Lisa had been a believer and had turned her back on the Lord after a devastating loss. She acknowledged that she needs and wants Him in her life and in her family's. Josh was more reticent but they promised to talk and pray so went on their way. They just called me and they have promised their lives to the Lord and wanted to know how they could get baptized.

I am blown away. Please, everyone, use this as an opportunity to share Him with the people you are connecting to. He is so much bigger than we know! Being able to serve at the Fresh Coast Friday Night event was impactful. I was able to serve with my family and my church family.

We were able to put food on people's plates, smiles on their faces and the love of Jesus in their hearts. My sons loved passing out cookies! We were able praise God in worship, to hear people's testimonies and victories, receive an awesome, encouraging Word and simply love the people that He loves.

You are blessed, be a blessing! This week's parent Cue message has sent Gabbie into a spiral of thoughtful, loving-kindness. The think about this section reads: How can you show love to God? She says, "by showing others that we don't know or don't know well, that they are loved. So far she has donated her toys, books, and clothes that she doesn't wear or use anymore, helped the kitchen team at her school clean up after lunch, lead a group of kids to help her pick up litter on the playground, wrote notes for others to read to feel good and laid them around Meijer, found out what her teacher needs for her class and wants to use her money to pick up the things!

There is a fire in her heart for this and I know it stems from this week's verse, the think about this and do this section! This opened her heart to God's words. We are loving this app and the way that it is sharing God's word throughout her spirit and into the world! Today, I am 16 days "Brain Pain" free! Our God is a magnificent healer! A great physician! I receive his healing and believe I will have a "brain pain" free life because God's got bigger plans for me!

At age 10 I was diagnosed with migraines and in diagnosed with cluster headaches. For the last 20ish years I had tried to 'manage' my "brain pain" as I affectionately call it to the best of my ability but still found that my life was often ruled and ruined by my condition. Last year was one of the worst years I have had as far as attacks and I finally had had enough and I surrendered to God and started praying for healing.

Miraculous healing of my brain pain. I stopped skipping church when my head was hurting and showed up to serve in EPiC kids and went to the altar. I received healing prayers from members of our church. I kept praying. I started reading about healing in God's word. Go in peace and be freed from your suffering. I shared it with our women's ministry asking for warriors to come alongside me in prayer.

My husband and 2 boys began laying hands on me and praying for me to be healed. I started speaking LIFE! Instead of my normal comments like "my head hurts" or "I feel a migraine coming on" I started speaking things like "I feel great" and "my head will not hurt today".

God has heard and begun answering my prayers! This story is really about God with the wrinkle that it's from my perspective. I was raised in a Christian home and went to boarding schools for missionary kids. I accepted the Lord as a child and was given the gifts of wonderful Bible teaching and the examples of dedicated Christians. Despite this, I have spent most of my life doing things "my way" instead of seeking God's plan for me.

I have been through addictions and all the other effects of trying to live life my way, for myself. Through much of this, I was outwardly "Christian. However, this "service" was only the outward cover for the lie I was living.

I know what it's like to be a "double-minded man, unstable in all his ways. While I have been unfaithful, God has never changed his love for me.

Six Truths about God That Can Change Your Life

Thank you so much for asking your question. Without knowing what life situation it is that you want to change it is difficult to directly speak into your circumstances. I will therefore attempt to give general Christian understanding regarding Spiritual change. The Bible tells us that before we know Jesus and repent turn from our sin to follow him we are living apart from God and are happy to continue in sinful work. There is nothing we can do to completely change ourselves apart from God's help and usually people do not care about their actions.

From time to time, we all see areas in our lives that we struggle with; areas that we wish could be different. It might be moral failures or habits that have us discouraged.

Just look around. How many people do you know who are dissatisfied with something in their lives? Even with the best of intentions, change eludes us. How do we get on with making those changes?

How God Changes Us

More from Greg Laurie at his website: www. General William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army, wrote of the dangers he saw facing the gospel in the twentieth century. To deny ourselves, take up the cross daily, and follow Jesus Christ flies in the face of the deep self-love that is so prevalent today, even in the church. But mark this: There will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers of the good, treacherous, rash, conceited, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God—having a form of godliness but denying its power. What an accurate description of our times! This is what Jesus means when He tells us to deny ourselves. Discipleship involves commitment. Although discipline is not an appealing word or idea for many of us, it is an essential ingredient to becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ. Discipline requires us to set aside our aims, goals, ambitions, and desires.

God Is Calling You to Change Your Life

The first step is to realize that God wants your life to be better! This is why the most important step you can ever take is to turn to Christ and ask Him to come into your life. He will forgive your past, and He will help you become the person you should be. By a simple prayer of faith ask Christ to come into your life today—and He will. You may not feel any different—but you are different, because God now lives within you.

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Whether you are in a valley or on a mountaintop, we all have a desire to change in some way. These powerful prayers for change in my life are just some examples of the type of prayers you can recite to the Lord and seek a new pathway. Hebrews King of Glory, change is often a scary thought, but Your word encourages change; Your faithful servants embraced change. Abraham was called to go out to a place that he was to receive as an inheritance; he went out, not knowing where he was going.

Stories of Life Change

Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. When I first became a Christian many years ago, my life was filled with many dirty things that I knew were displeasing to God. My problem was that I did not have the power to change — even when I wanted to change.

During the first couple of years I walked with the Lord, my prayers went something like this:. It took me a while to realize that those spur-of-the-moment prayers were not accomplishing much. I guess I thought the idea was to do the best I could on my own, and then if I needed a lifeline from God, I grabbed for it. The only problem was I needed a lifeline every other minute. I loved the Scripture that says, "Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you" Matt.

Can God really change my life?

I longed to be happy. I wanted to be one of the happiest people in the entire world. I also desired meaning in life. I was looking for answers to the questions:. More than that, I also longed to be free. I wanted to be one of the freest people in the whole world.

She looked me straight in the eye and said two words I never thought I'd hear as part of a solution in a university: "Jesus Christ." I said, "Oh, for God's sake, don't.

What does it take to begin a relationship with God? Do you need to devote yourself to unselfish religious deeds? Must you become a better person so that God will accept you?

With things that have changed in my own life? Also around 10 years ago, I got my first cell phone. And what could I do with it? Call people.






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