Are You Still an Orphan?
Are You Still an Orphan?
Kevin Michalek · Oct 14 3 minute read

Have we spent time to receive Christ in our hearts, or are we still orphans today? Christ desires our relationship with Him to be a permanent one; He knocks on the door of our heart each day, but we still must allow His Spirit permission to come into...

The Uncomfortable Before the Miracle
The Uncomfortable Before the Miracle
Nathan G. Kellyman · Oct 12 3 minute read

How many times have you asked for a miracle? How many times was that request met with a season of discomfort? A miracle rarely seems to happen immediately. There seems to often be uneasiness and hardship before we are granted what we seek. We believe in God's plan for our lives, yet we hate the uncomfortable while we wait...

Are Your Feet Turning?
Are Your Feet Turning?
IGR · Oct 9 4 minute read

I rang the buzzer. No one came. Now I was frustrated. Why would the Lord ask me to do something so useless? But then a voice spoke to me, “How can you be ready for my second coming if you don’t have faith to do something as small as this?” Then I realized how small my faith was and that if my faith couldn’t...

His Everlasting Strength Is Our Peace
His Everlasting Strength Is Our Peace
Doroty Palmer · Oct 8 1 minute read

Peace is freedom. The kind of peace God has promised can only come from Him. It is a peace we can claim...

Fasting: Part 3
Fasting: Part 3
Franklin V. Cobos II · Oct 7 7 minute read

For fasting to be widely adopted, it must be convenient, relatively painless, and yet also obviously beneficial in a short amount of time. That’s what I tried to do with the...

Get Ready Magazine: September 30
Get Ready Magazine: September 30
Anthony R. Castelbuono · Oct 6 1 minute read

Starting in September, the Get Ready Magazine is publishing trending (most read), featured and new articles from www.timetogetready.org — these changes align with feedback we've received and our desire to share...

P.U.S.H.: Pray Until Something Happens
P.U.S.H.: Pray Until Something Happens
Lisa Lothian · Oct 5 5 minute read

Have you ever wondered how long you should keep praying about something? Many people wonder about this dilemma, and quite frankly I have asked myself this very question a time or two. I have a prayer journal that I have kept for quite a few years. It records many answered prayers. But then there are many prayer requests...

Nothing Is Too Hard for the Lord!
Nothing Is Too Hard for the Lord!
Edith Kiggundu · Oct 2 3 minute read

I opened my mouth in an attempt to sing, but my voice creaked like the hinges of a rusty iron gate. I panicked! I tried different songs, but I could not get the pitch right. It sounded as though my vocal cords...

Sure Word — or House of Mirrors?
Sure Word — or House of Mirrors?
Vicki Griffin · Oct 1 6 minute read

As a child, I remember visiting the “house of mirrors” at the county fair. The brightly tinted shed was filled with row after row of distorted, warped, wild, and cracked mirrors of all shapes and sizes. Each mirror revealed a distorted...

Where Do You Get Your Power?
Where Do You Get Your Power?
Jonathon Cherne · Sep 30 4 minute read

For most of this world’s history, the primary source of power was wood...Today, we have many choices for sources of power, including solar energy and nuclear reactions. But there is actually another type of power that is essential — spiritual power. We need spiritual power for two primary reasons: 1) to overcome sin; and 2) to change the world.

A Disappointed Husband Redeems His Wife
A Disappointed Husband Redeems His Wife
Kevin Michalek · Sep 29 4 minute read

Hosea lived twenty years before the Northern kingdom of Israel fell to the Assyrians. So as a preacher, he had a poignant message to give Israel. But God wanted Hosea to feel what He feels towards Israel. Therefore, God had some good and bad news for Hosea. The good news was that God was letting Hosea marry the most beautiful woman...

Testimony: Witnessing God’s Love, Mercy & Healing — Part 2
Testimony: Witnessing God’s Love, Mercy & Healing — Part 2
Faith M. Connovich · Sep 24 11 minute read

I was seeing myself the way God sees me, and I cried. It was extremely painful; I was sobbing. I realized how I had dishonored His character. I had let Him down. The one person who loved me enough to send His Son to die for me, I had hurt.