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01/29/2013 - In the early part of Deuteronomy 18, Moses speaks of the authority of priests who were intercessor... Read More
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Series: Walking on Water - One of the unusual features of the story in Matthew 14 is the fact that Jesus did not calm the storm until after He was in the boat with the disciples. If most of us had been in His place (with our current mindset), we would have rebuked the storm or even... Read More
Series: Walking on Water - In Matthew 14, Mark 6, and John 6 we are told how Jesus walked on the water in the midst of a storm to come to His disciples who were stuck in the middle of the Sea of Galilee. This storm prophetically speaks of tribulation prior to the coming of Christ. T... Read More
Series: Intercession for the Church - There are many miracles taking place around the world even now. The Holy Spirit has always been active in the world, and some of these things have even been reported in the news. So all this talk about a COMING revival can elicit scoffs from those who have... Read More
Series: Intercession for the Church - I showed in the first part how the Church aborted and miscarried the Manchild and how God separated His overcomers into a new group which, in the records of the divine court, was a separate body from the Church. He did this in order that the overcomers (i.... Read More
Series: Intercession for the Church - In Part One, I told about the trip to Corpus Christi in 1989 and the second trip in 1997. My wife and I went to Victoria, Texas and were remarried in a New Covenant wedding August 22, 1997 according to the word of the Lord. One of the prominent themes of... Read More
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