“Is God softening your heart toward a certain person or people, and most importantly, are you listening? This week’s episode discusses a pivotal moment in church history…the birth of the Gentile church because two men allowed the Holy Spirit to do a work in their hearts and obeyed when they were told to do something.”
We need a soul-winning fire to spread to thousands of ministries all over the state and the nation.
People need to know that no leader is on a pedestal of perfection.
Revelation does not allow us to park at the memories of the past, even if those memories have value in reflection.
But God — even if He is never mentioned in the book of Esther, was at work. What looked like doom for the people of God turned into a victory that is still celebrated to this day by the Jewish people. How amazing is that?
Believing you can be safe by refusing to take a stand is like believing the bull will not charge you because you are a vegetarian.
I quit trying to please everyone a long time ago because it’s a foolish endeavor.
A spiritual father has a correct concept of God.
As Christians, we need to remember our most important mission; the commission Christ gave us – share Hope. Don’t hold it back and think you get to decide who gets to hear it.
David in Scripture never waited for anyone’s approval or group consensus to do the right thing.
To those who value this way of conducting and advertising prophetic ministry, mentioning such a thing can become an offense.
When we begin to acknowledge that all calls are important for Kingdom work, we begin to allow the Spirit to tenderize our hearts for our brothers and sisters in Christ, as well as those who need to hear the Gospel.
I believe the Lord is using what many considered a negative to become a positive reordering of His Church.
God is about to teach His ministers how to awaken the hearts of a diverse group of people.
At the end of the day, I’m called to love and serve people regardless of who they are and what they think of me.
Adversity often pushes us to do things we might not otherwise do and see people differently. In our obedience to the Holy Spirit, our eyes and hearts can be open to people and circumstances we might not otherwise make ourselves available for.
The upstream source of downstream pollutants is where the purity and health of an issue are determined.
Jesus was training the disciples to understand Heaven’s culture and to live their lives in the reality of this kingdom.
Whenever you lead, you will encounter criticism.
Every sacrifice and offering of “leaving all to follow Christ” is a victory.
If we are to fulfill our mandate of discipling nations, this must include the systems and institutions of nations as well as the people.
By properly choosing the right people to do the right tasks, the right people will be available to do the work the Lord has asked them to do.
There is only one way to treat a wolf—run and do not look back.
Remembering where we came from and the grace that Christ has extended to us helps us to better reach the spiritual orphans we come into contact with every day.