"Be perfect like your heavenly Father is perfect." Basically, be holy. In Catholicism, we use the word "holy" for a variety of different aspects of the Faith. This can cause us to lose sight of its true meaning. Listen to Richaél Lucero draw you back God's meaning of holiness—to be set apart. She uses scriptures from the Old and New Testament, customs from the Early Church, and lives of the saints to illustrate what it means for you to be holy today.
If you’re listening to Catholic podcasts, you probably want God’s Will. Using scripture and insight from the saints, Richaél Lucero offers guidance for always partnering with God’s Will for your life.
Do you know what happens when you sing songs of praise? Prayers are elevated, belief and faith grow, atmospheres shift, the earthly and heavenly realms respond, and you become more of who you were created to be—just to scratch the surface. Listen as Richaél Lucero details these effects of your praise, how to praise God well, and grow as a saint.
"God's Word is a creative force." Join Richaél Lucero in this episode and take part in this creative act through declarations. Your declarations are vocal decrees of God's truth. And they change reality when spoken in faith. Today's declarations will help you walk in your identity as a Child of God—growing in theosis.
Do you think about thanksgiving the bible way? God's way? In this episode, Richaél Lucero compares the way God understands thanksgiving and the common use of "thanks" used today. You'll learn how prayers of thanksgiving transform you to become more truly yourself. Plus how to enter into deep thanksgiving in prayer and with every moral choice in life.
Are you interested in receiving gifts from the Lord? How about organizing your life, your heart, and your soul toward heaven? This is just a taste of what can happen by blessing and adoring God thru prayer. Listen as Richaél Lucero continues to answer the question, "What should your side of the prayer conversation include?" focusing on prayers of blessing and adoration.
(Cue the Rocky theme song) We're going back to basics and all the things we may have missed before. In this episode, Richaél Lucero probes two of the five basic *forms* of prayer to help you reap more fruit in your relationship with God. Learn how to be kingdom oriented and more like Jesus with prayers of petition and intercession.
To know God's voice and to follow it. That is at the heart of the Christian life. As a Child of God, God is speaking to you all day long. Do you know what God's voice sounds like? Listen as Richaél Lucero identifies the four most common modes you can hear God's voice in a real and personal way today.
Remember: When it comes to your supernatural authority, the thief comes to steal, kill, and destroy. But you can fortify your life against him. Richaél Lucero suggests a few tried and true habits to keep the thief at bay so you can walk in your supernatural authority. All will keep the enemy from gaining a foothold and keep you close to the source of your authority, God.
You have something worth stealing. And it's not your gifting, talents, or virtues. There's something bigger, badder, and scarier to the enemy. And it's you—You, walking in the authority of your supernatural inheritance. Listen as Richaél Lucero unfolds what this means in the Christian life and how it leads to abundance.
Your words change things. They shape your day, control the atmosphere around you, even hone and refine your identity. Harness the power of your tongue using *prophetic declarations*—a practice found in scripture. It packs a punch and guarantees a God-filled day, atmosphere, and identity. In this episode, Richaél Lucero shares 5 simple steps to make prophetic declarations that pack a punch.
In our first "Ask Me Anything" episode Richaél Lucero let's listeners decide the topics. In this episode she answers three questions from listeners regarding prayer, something personal, and scripture. Listen in if you'd like to hear about: Praying in the midst of anxiety, Why Clumsy Theosis left Catholic Answers, And clearing up some confusing language used by Jesus on the Cross when talking to the good thief.