Values can be held in many different spheres; such as politics, morality and ethics, the spiritual life and relationships. The values a person holds create a certain standard, or ideal, that they adhere to.
The beginning of breakthrough in a family is when items of idolatry that were brought into the family are thrown out; when all the garments and instruments of secret cults and occultism that were brought into the family are thrown out; when all the maids that have familiar spirits are sent back to where they came from; when relationships with strange women that have become second wives are broken; when sinful things are got rid of; when cases of bribery and corruption are dealt with and taken away; when stolen items are restored; when there is change of mind concerning divorcing the rightful wife because the Lord hates divorce.
Viewing the Bible in systematic categories may lead to overemphasizing certain passages or books and deemphasizing others based on your theological predispositions. What is the result? The Bible’s wonderfully varied terrain becomes 'flattened.' Michael Williams notes, 'The complexity and ambiguity of reality is lost in the press toward univocal neatness and rational fit, and the dynamics of events and relationships is reduced to broad generalities.
Scores of evangelical women are functional feminists, because the world’s paradigm for womanhood is the only one they have heard. The church should lead the way in equipping God’s people to think biblically about all of life, including a biblical perspective of gender roles and relationships.
William Marrion Branham, Mike Murdock, Justice Kojo Bentil, Pastor Mensa Otabil, Billy Graham, Dag Heward Mills, Benson Andrew Idahosa, Martin Luther King Jr., David O. Oyedepo, Rick Rigsby, Bishop Tudor Bismark, Jerry J. Panou, Dr. Myles Munroe, Smith Wigglesworth, Kenneth E. Hagin, David Ibiyeomie, Adrian Pierce Rogers, T. B. Joshua, John C. Hagee, Ravi Zacharias, Brian Houston, Kenneth M. Copeland,