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So many Christians would love to boldly share their testimony of faith but feel they lack the knowledge to do so. Do you recognise this feeling?

Others, who are new believers, are hungry to know God better and want to learn more about the Christian faith.

This new series of daily studies can help. The studies are taken from Derek Prince’ book ‘Foundational Truths for Christian Living’ – a book that has been a vital resource for millions of believers, pastors and Christian leaders around the world since it first was published in 1993.

In 2020 you will explore the Biblical instructions and spiritual power of :

  • Building a strong foundation for faith
  • The power of repentance and faith
  • The New Testament baptisms
  • The purposes of Pentecost
  • Laying on of hands
  • The resurrection of the dead
  • Eternal judgment.
  • Memory verse

Each week, you will be challenged to memorize one key Bible verse. It will relate in some way to your overall study. Memorizing these verses will place a spiritual sword in your hands which you, by the Holy Spirit, will be able to use in times of spiritual conflict.

You will want to write and say these verses out loud several times until you are confident you know it well. Take time to meditate on the words and their application to your life. Another option that can help you to memorize a verse, is by inviting a friend of family member to join you. Together, you could memorize a verse, talk briefly about its meaning or share how you applied it.

 

A word of encouragement

About this study of the Foundations, Derek Prince said: « Try to approach these studies with an open heart and mind. Do your best to lay aside any personal prejudices or preconceptions you may have – wheter intellectual or religious. Let God speak directly to you in His own words. He has much to say to you – and all of it is for your good. »

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Today's Foundations Devotional: All or nothing

6 April 2020

Yesterday we started our study on law and grace with the first of three basic facts about the law. We saw that the law was given to Israel as a complete system by God, through Moses. This leads us naturally to the next great fact which must be clearly established in relation to the keeping of the law: Every person who comes under the law is thereby obliged to observe the whole system of law in...

Today's Foundations Devotional: The Law of Moses: one single, complete system

5 April 2020

A faith that does not produce these appropriate works is a mere empty profession – a dead faith – incapable of bringing a real experience of salvation. What works should we look for in the life of every person who professes faith in Christ for salvation? More specifically, what is the relationship between faith in Christ and the requirements of the law of Moses?

Today's Foundations Devotional: show your faith out of your works

4 April 2020

We receive salvation from God by faith alone, without works. Once having received salvation in this way, we then work it out actively in our lives by our works – by the things we do. If we do not actively work out our salvation this way, after believing, this shows that the faith which we have professed is merely dead faith, and that we have no real experience of salvation.

Today's Foundations Devotional: The heart, to believe, to walk and to act

3 April 2020

This spirit of faith is alive and active. The believer begins to think, speak and act in an entirely new way – a way that is totally different from what he would have done previously. True, scriptural faith is always expressed in submission and obedience to God. We may briefly consider, in order, each of the four examples which James gives and see how each illustrates this principle.