Creflo Dollar Ministries



You Don’t Have to Save Yourself

We could never save ourselves from sin, but fortunately, we have God’s grace working for us. Like God Himself, grace has three parts, and each component works powerfully in our lives. Jesus was full of grace, and His death and resurrection gave us abundant life here on earth now, and life eternal in... (read more)

You Don’t Have to Save Yourself

Too often, I see people struggling through life carrying burdens they created for themselves. Those burdens could be resentment, anger, fear, addictions, laziness, or anything else that keeps them from experiencing success. The painful problems they can’t handle on their own make them bitter and discouraged, and they wonder sadly if that’s all there is to life. The good news is that God would like nothing better than to rep...

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April 21

“Thou hast turned for me my mourning into dancing: thou hast put off my sackcloth, and girded me with gladness” (Psalm 30:11).

Life after the Cross

We can read the Bible all we want, but if we are not picking up the true meaning of what God is trying to convey to us, we might as well be reading a fairy tale. There is a sharp contrast between the Old and New Testaments, and it can be seen as “before the cross” and “after the cross.” The old covenant, based on the Law, required that we first follow the letter of the Law in order to be blessed. Under the new covenant, we now live under grace, b...

2 Timothy 2:15, AMP

Study and be eager and do your utmost to present yourself to God approved (tested by trial), a workman who has no cause to be ashamed, correctly analyzing and accurately dividing [rightly handling and skillfully teaching] the Word of Truth.

If there is a right way to divide the truth, there is certainly a wrong way to divide the truth. When reading and studying the Bible, we need the author, the Holy Spirit, to help us interpret the Scriptures. We also need to be sure we are acknowledging what God’s Word actually says, not what we wish it would say. ...