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King Saul Loved Worship Yet Was Unchanged

July 19, 2015

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Here in America we have experienced some of the greatest in quality and anointing of worship for several decades yet the church grows more secular almost by the day. People often pick the church they go to with the worship as the primary consideration. As so many of us have felt a flood of His Presence […]

Prophecy Series, Does Character Increase Gifting?

June 7, 2015

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One thing I have noticed is when a person moves in the gifts of the spirit people automatically equate that this person moving in the gifts has a life of good character and is most likely very sound on all their doctrinal stands.  This is complete non-sense and a huge trap.  The church in California […]

The Timeline of Revival

May 17, 2015

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Revival is always about what a mighty and powerful God wants to do, seeing the His big plans and purposes for the individuals and the entire world He created. Too often we think revival is about our best plans placing together a strategy and idea of what we know from what we have learned and […]

Cliché Christianity, Can I Get an Amen?

April 26, 2015

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Not sure who I will offend so I apologize ahead of time.  If God is returning for a glorious church without spot of wrinkle then one would assume that this church would not be a church filled with habitual language in prayers, teaching, and even prophecies, let alone all the Christian clichés. Matthew 6:7 But […]

Is Tradition Trumping The Word In Your Life? Part Two

April 5, 2015

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This is my second post about traditions often taking precedent over the Word of God. What a day to make this post when so many are celebrating Easter by tradition and possibly not understanding what the Word of God says. The Apostle Paul said that we were to be happy in any way that Christ […]