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All or Nothing is a blog focused on exhorting a generation to live out biblical Christianity. 

The Art of Abiding

Luke LeFevre

From the time I was about 13 or 14, if you asked me, “What’s the main thing about your walk with Christ that you want to grow in?” One of my most common answers was always, “I want to grow in abiding.” Abiding and remaining in Christ is something I have attempted to grow in and that I’ve studied in the Word for years now, but it’s something I’m just now really coming to grasp...

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What Happened To The Power of God?

Luke LeFevre

Something the Lord has been speaking to me about recently is His heart to raise up a generation that will walk in the power of God once again. It seems that there are pockets of the church that believe in God’s power and other sections of the church that don’t, or they simply believe that God only moved in power in the past or that He only operates in the miraculous on rare occasions...

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Partnering With God

Luke LeFevre

We are called to walk in total submission and obedience to the Lord, yet the Scriptures reveal that He desires our partnership. God invites us into a place that no other part of creation has ever entered into--collaboration with God. God doesn't want robots... He wants partners--sons and daughters. 

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Speak To Your Soul

Luke LeFevre

Have you ever felt enslaved to your emotions? For much of my life, my faith and joy were at the mercy of my emotions. Although I did my best not to allow my emotions to determine my actions, I still felt very hindered by them. As humans, we are tripartite beings made up of body, soul, and spirit. Our souls are composed of our mind, our will, and our emotions. Emotions are wonderful and extremely necessary, but they’re also terrible masters...

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Progress Requires Process

Luke LeFevre

One of the lessons about walking with the Holy Spirit that I have had to learn—and which I have learned very slowly—is that a process almost always accompanies our pursuit of progress. For someone like me who has a very driven personality, I want results… and I want them now. I read about great men and women of God and I want to be like them… and I want to be like them now! What I have had to learn is that the Holy Spirit often works in seasons and stages...

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2 Keys To Receiving Revelation

Luke LeFevre

Have you ever read a book or heard someone speak and when they talked about the Scriptures they explained it in a way that you’d never thought about before? You heard them speak and thought, “How on earth did they get that from this passage? I’ve read this a thousand times and never noticed that!” That’s happened to me many times. The question is, How do we get that type of revelation?

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Video: Possessing The Promised Land

Luke LeFevre

It's time for this generation to take personal responsibility for seeing revival in our cities and nation. In Joshua 18, Joshua rises up and asks, "How long will you wait to possess the land the Lord your God has given you?" God had given them the land 40 years before they actually possessed it. It took a generation that would rise up in faith and take action to possess the land God had already given. Let's be that generation in our day.

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Facing Trials

Luke LeFevre

Trials and persecutions are a part of any biblical Christian life. It’s not if we will face trials, it’s when. Many people like to skip over this fact in their Bibles, but it’s a fact that can be dangerous to ignore. Jesus tells us in John 16:33, “In this world you will have trouble.” He doesn’t say, “You may have troubles and trials,” He says, “You will.” But He also follows that statement by saying, “But take heart! I have overcome the world.”

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