About Taking a Stand

While reading the following article, I knew I had to (at least once) publish something that's close to my heart and conscience concerning this whole scary issue that is flooding the world. By Pastor Bobby Alger In a quick scan through the Bible, you will discover that there are different ways you can stand.  You can …

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When You’re Overwhelmed by the News

By Tré Goins-Phillips Social media can be great; it provides a bridge to people with whom we might otherwise rarely — if ever — connect. As believers, it can also give us access to specific details, so that our prayers can be more attuned to the myriad needs that exist in the world. But if ever …

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Prophesy to Plunder

By Lisa Great Since the new year 5782 has begun, the prophets have begun to speak what they hear God saying about this new year. I was listening to Hank Kunneman yesterday on Elijah Streams and he spoke about how in 2020 the prophets were all saying, 2 Chronicles 20:20 “They rose early in the …

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Embracing the Shaking

By Lisa Great It has been well documented that the United States of America was made into a corporation with the unconstitutional passing of the Act of 1871. The passing of this Act brought major changes on the people of the United States, but most had no idea what they lost. Now today in 2021, …

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What’s your Source of Information?

You don’t know what you are missing when you don’t know what they keep from you! Although “idiots” is the word I’ve used (too) often in 2020, I still go for the word IGNORANCE as word of the year 2020.But, I n silencing of the voices, they always miscalculate the insight beyond information, the seeing …

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When the time is set

“Leave the nest because you are hurting the others.” Never forget that moment as I was struggling in my resistance to what I sensed as unfair and misdirection. I hate it to observe injustice, hypocrisy, ignorance or any other misacting or misunderstanding around me. It was in the early 90ties while much was happening in …

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Stranger in a Strange Land

No, I didn’t write this amazing piece. It’s part of the Torah readings (First Fruits of Zion : The Weekly eDrash) I receive weekly, going through the Word, in sync with the Jewish people. But I can honestly say that this article came in time and gave me a full and even greater perspective of …

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The End-Time Prayer Movement

Mike Bickle Adapted from chapter 7 of Harp & Bowl Handbook, by Mike Bickle There is a significant relationship between the end-time worship and prayer movement and the revelation of Jesus as our Bridegroom God. Some stumble over this truth, but it is essential that we emphasize the revelation that His eternal nature is all-consuming love …

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Compassion based on a Lie isn’t God’s Love

Posted on May 28, 2020 by Wanda Alger  The consistent argument that is causing such division within the Body of Christ concerning the pandemic seems to be whether or not we truly love others. For if we did, we would wear masks, we would stay at home, and we would quietly obey our government. The presumption is that …

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The UNBALANCE and the RESET

Yesterday (Easter Day) was a scary day as “unbalance” was the word that brought me to the hospital. After waking up fresh and ready for the day to come and the happy moment with my loved ones, suddenly while watching a sermon at the Tomb Garden, the world started to rolling around like a merry-go-round! …

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Silent Saturday

Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Silent Saturday, names so significant defining the days in the history of our faith! I try to understand the emotions and tension on the day of Jesus’ “death”. The pain of His family, the despair of His followers, the struggle of His betrayer... While death was the actual physical situation …

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Panic, Paralysis or Preparation!

Whatever the reason or hidden agenda is behind the worldwide paralyzing-panicking crisis, somehow I hope you understand that our Heavenly Father is not passive in this issue! Many times, in the Old Testament when He is planning to address the Israelites because of disconnection or disobedience, the best way to get their attention was by …

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The Centrality of Jesus – A Christmas Reflection for Every Day

by J. Heinrich Arnold Life needs a center, a core, an axis to revolve around and anchor our physical and philosophical existence. Whether we like it or not, we all center our lives around something – it might be family, career, money, or sex, or ego, or an addiction. There is some element that will …

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The power of local strategic prayer

By Eric Boerhout (Sverigebönen 24/7) Neither do people light a lamp and put it under a bowl. Instead they put it on its stand, and it gives light to everyone in the house. Matthew 5:15  For the past 3 years my family and friends have organised a Christmas celebration for the people in our little …

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The Secret of the Western Wall

By Doug Hershey “No site in Jerusalem affected me more than the western wall.” – Edward Wilmot Blyden (1866, African American Author; – From West Africa to Palestine; 245) The Western Wall, sometimes called “The Wailing Wall”, is known throughout the world as a Jewish place of prayer. Jews have been praying here for centuries, …

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God’s Kingdom Family of Diversity

By Ron McGatlin Families are beginning to be drawn to come together and be brought back into God’s true order as the basic model for all governance and production in the kingdom of God. Adversity and lack of wellbeing are negative factors that are being used as a trigger toward changing the hearts of many …

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Why You Should Have That Difficult Conversation

By Jared C. Wilson "If your brother sins against you, go and tell him his fault, between you and him alone. If he listens to you, you have gained your brother." -- Matthew 18:15 It's impossible to get through mature adult life without navigating personal oversights and offenses. No normal person enjoys conflict, and every normal person wishes they could avoid …

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Every Now and Then

For the past days a wonderful, refreshing, pure sound is filling our house as I "bumped into it" unexpected and surprisingly.To be honest, you need it "every now and then", the fresh new inspiration by the frequency of sounds that are charged by presence, longing, beauty and purity.... mainly when the familiar (beautiful but still …

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PLAIN SPEECH, PLAIN POWER, PLAIN MESSENGERS

“We live in a culture that has, for centuries now, cultivated the idea that the skeptical person is always smarter than one who believes. You can almost be as stupid as a cabbage as long as you doubt.”Dallas Willard The world has made an idol of reason, polishing it with perpetual questioning. This has got …

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