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Standing Against The Storm - #5779
You have the same God Hezekiah did, and He is Lord over this seemingly unstoppable storm. It's time for you to do what those Native American young people did last summer; get on your knees and you stand against that storm in Jesus' name. Do a Hezekiah - spread the threat out before your Lord. When you pray, don't focus on the threat, but like King Hezekiah, focus on the greatness and the total sovereignty of the God in whom you are trusting and unleash His authority on that storm!

Boomeranging Satan - #5771
God says if you "resist the devil," he will "flee from you." First, you have to recognize who these feelings and who this pressure is coming from. Then, you have to make a conscious choice that says, "I know who this is. I'm not falling for this! I am taking my stand against the devil's schemes!"

Settling for So Little - #5717
We get man-sized answers because we expect man-sized answers. We believe God for what we can conceive, but your God is the God of the inconceivable. We've settled for so much less than what He could do because we continually overestimate the situation and underestimate God.

"Gospel" in the Bible: Romans 1:16
From one perspective, the Gospel is a story you might expect to be ashamed of: it's about Jesus meeting apparent defeat at the hands of his enemies, and returning to heaven without conquering them or establishing a physical kingdom on earth. But this passage describes the Gospel as the power of God Himself, and there is no shame in spreading the news of the amazing, if unexpected, power that God demonstrated through Jesus Christ.

Power in the Bible: Ephesians 1:18-21
What earthly force or power could hope to challenge God's power? God is described here as having a power so great as to be able to raise the dead. If death itself cannot stand against God, His followers have nothing to fear from any danger or setback.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries, Inc. - When Toys Are Smarter Than We Are - #8208 | Radio Program | A Life That Matters
When you buy your kids or grandkids toys these days, you'd better be sure you have batteries. They're usually not included and the toys usually require them. My daughter pointed out to me recently a helpful little feature some of her kids' toys have. It’s an indicator that their battery is low. She said, "It’s too bad people don't have that." I said, “That’s a thought worth pursuing.” So I will.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Impressing God
That skill of making a good impression gets more and more important as our responsibilities grow. Some people even hire a company to write a good résumé for them. We get pretty good at analyzing what will impress others until we meet a person who isn’t impressed by any wardrobe or résumé.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - The Silence of the Good Guys
Psalm 107:1–2 of the Bible says, “Give thanks to the Lord, for he is good; his love endures forever. Let the redeemed of the Lord say this—those he redeemed from the hand of the foe.” This is a call to God’s people to make some noise.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Working Without Leaving Home
We could call prayer God’s powerful version of telecommuting. Going into God’s throne room and bringing our fellow believers there in prayer is the greatest gift we can give them. Go into the throne room and bring down God’s power for a person. You can intercede for others on the front lines and play a decisive part in their battle.

Ron Hutchcraft Ministries - Right Answers Under Pressure
We all know the feeling of the Jeopardy contestants. We’ve been in a conversation with our boss or our parents, we’ve dealt with one of our children on a key issue, we’ve tried to speak to a friend about the Lord, and the right answer is really important.