Twelve Steps to a Good Year

image iconThis article is authored by Dick Leggatt, President of Derek Prince Ministries – USA and comprises his March 21, 2013 Newsletter.
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By this time of year most of us have watched our New Year’s resolutions fall by the wayside.  We’re not losing that ten pounds, we haven’t witnessed to that neighbor yet, we’re still kicking the dog when we get angry — and the list goes on.

Broken resolutions come as no surprise, as pointed out in the first segment of our six-part series of The Teaching Legacy of Derek Prince, “Twelve Steps to a Good Year.”  Fortunately, in this installment Derek shares two more “scriptural resolutions” that are very timely, because they describe exactly what we need to do when feelings of discouragement and failure set in.

But before you begin reading, let’s briefly review the first two steps from Derek’s teaching.  The first step, “Let us fear,” means coming to God with an attitude of reverence and an awareness of our desperate need for His grace.  That leads us to the second resolution: “Let us be diligent.” Diligence, Derek states, is the opposite of laziness.

In this segment, Derek focuses on our “right confession” (speaking out a positive declaration), and why we can draw near to God with confidence. Sound intriguing?  As Derek says, “God would never give us an invitation He would not stand behind.”

One of these “scriptural resolutions” became so powerful in Derek’s own life that he practiced it faithfully.  That’s why we want you to have a free copy of his message, “The Power of Proclamation.”  Please be sure to download it by clicking here.  It is our privilege to get it into your hands.

Transforming truths are waiting for you in this installment of “Twelve Steps to a Good Year.”  Please feel free to dive in!

 


 

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