bless the jews
Welly

Pasir Gudang, Malaysia

#7173 Feb 24, 2014
Well done
spiritual gifts

Pasir Gudang, Malaysia

#7174 Mar 3, 2014
The word for blessing comes from a Hebrew noun (berakah) that is most often used to communicate the conferring of God’s covenant favor and goodness. Similarly, the verb form,“to bless”(barak), means, at root,“to kneel,” but it is frequently used to describe the reverent worship of God’s covenant people, both in terms of prayer and praise.
life ministry

Luton, UK

#7175 Mar 3, 2014
New Book Reveals the Key to Walking in God’s Healing

POSTED ON FEBRUARY 5, 2014

God supernaturally heal the sick on a regular basis. Whether it is through the Healing Rooms at Bethel Church (Redding, CA) or while traveling around the world, miracles have become a normal part of his life and ministry. In the book, Walking in Supernatural Healing Power, Chris is issuing a Biblical invitation for all believers to walk in this same miraculous power and watch God move through them to do the extraordinary. The healing ministry is not reserved for a televangelist, pastor, or crusade preacher—it is for every single believer who has been redeemed by Jesus’ blood and filled with the Holy Spirit. These are the only qualifications that you need to become a conduit for the healing power of God.

In this prolific book, birthed out of Scripture and illustrated through personal experience, Chris teaches, encourages, and shares incredible, faith-building testimonies of how God has consistently broken through impossibilities, miraculously turning sickness around for His glory.

A Fresh Perspective on Healing

The most refreshing aspect of Walking in Supernatural Healing Power and Chris Gore’s story is that he is not some “man of power for the hour.” He does not pursue notoriety, nor does he exploit God’s power for personal gain. Having spent a considerable amount of time with him while at Bethel Church (where he serves as Director of Healing Ministries), I can offer both his ministry and life my great admiration. Why? Chris lives intentionally to shine a bright spotlight on the Lord Jesus Christ.

More than anything, this book is a Jesus-book.

In fact, I would be hard-pressed to flip to a page and not see Chris directing readers’ attention to the Author of every miracle—King Jesus. This is one of the many factors that makes his book a wonderful breath of fresh air. Many have written books on healing over the years, many of which are solid and timeless. Unfortunately, amidst some of the books, teaching, and seminars, walking in the miraculous—in some circles—has become reduced to a formula. If we insert ‘X’ principle, God owes us ‘Y’ result. This is why many believers are leery when it comes to someone teaching on walking in God’s healing power. But remember, counterfeits simply confirm the presence of Truth. Chris Gore’s book is rooted in Bible-based Truth that will help every single Christian make proper sense of the role healing plays in their everyday lives.

Written Out of a Personal Journey

Reading through the book, especially in the initial chapters, you meet a servant of the Lord who remains very close to his personal journey. He is intentional to remind us that the measure of breakthrough he is experiencing today was not always the case in his life. This should inspire every single believer, whether you have seen God’s healing power at work or not.
life ministry

Luton, UK

#7176 Mar 3, 2014
Just because you have not seen God heal does not mean God is not in the healing business today.

Consider Chris’ story. Over a ten-year period, he prayed for roughly 1,000 people—none of which experienced any type of visible breakthrough or healing.

For many of us, these results (or lack thereof) would have discouraged us from praying for anyone else. Perhaps our experience would have even redefined our theology, going from believing that God heals to becoming convinced that He doesn’t heal anymore (because of what we have not seen).

After all, we prayed for all of these people and nothing happened! Thankfully, this was not Chris’ position and as a result of experiencing the seasons of lack, he is able to provide us with insightful advice to help believers navigate through some of the more difficult aspects of healing ministry.

Confronts the Challenging, Taboo Subjects
Chris brings a must-needed, authentic edge to the subject by exploring some of the major “taboo” healing topics—

• What do we do if we pray for someone and nothing seems to happen?
• How do we become offended with God because of disappointment?
• Does healing really depend on how much faith someone has?
• Why is remembering what God has done in the past so important to walking in power today?
• Are there really roadblocks to receiving/releasing God’s healing power?
• An entire chapter on Frequently Asked Questions about healing

In the end, Chris’ book is a most wonderful and welcome offering to the body of Christ. It does not boast some fool-proof healing formula. It is not motivated by principle-based Christianity, where we discover the magic prayer or confession that “does it” every time. At the end of the day, Chris makes it abundantly clear, I’m not very good at my job… but the One Who is good at His job lives inside of me. That is Jesus. Chris often jokes that he gets to work in a position where not being good at his job is actually to his advantage. What does this all mean? Simple.

We can’t heal, Chris can’t heal; only Jesus can because He is the only One good at the job of healing.

The Key to Walking in Healing Power

Chris’ book does contain the one essential Key you need to know in order to walk in God’s healing power—Jesus. It is all about Jesus. In one of the most powerful chapters, Friendship with Jesus, Chris sums it up like this:“The overflow of my relationship that I have with God is what people around me get to enjoy.

The overflow of my relationship with God is the flow of the supernatural as I become immersed in His nature.”
When we simply decide to enjoy our friendship with Jesus and keep our eyes fixed on Him, healing power begins to flow easily and regularly through our lives. It is like a mighty river, flowing from God through us to those around us in need of His healing touch.

Chris’ book, Walking in Supernatural Healing Power is available now. Coming this year, you can also find the accompanying training manual, A Practical Guide to Walking in Healing Power.

Interview with Chris Gore on Voice of Destiny
Discover Spirituality Internet Radio with Life Supernatural on BlogTalkRadio
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Speak Your Mind
revival

Luton, UK

#7178 Mar 3, 2014
3 Ways to Keep Revival Alive

God wants to send His Holy Spirit upon us to radically reform the way we do church and live our lives in the 21st century.( creationswap.com )

The Holy Spirit is calling the people of God out of seasons of refreshing and cycles of outpouring and instead showing us what a lifestyle of revival looks like and how it can be sustained from one generation to the next. Revival was never meant to die; it was always intended to redefine what Christianity looked and functioned like.

Many are pressing into God’s heart at this key moment in history. There is a sense that what we have come to define as “church as usual” is downright insufficient for the task at hand—discipling nations.

Our seminars, workshops and conferences are purposed to equip us with tools and resources to “do church more effectively.” Are they working? Yes. But whose vision of church are we accommodating and propagating—man’s or God’s?

If our priority is to continue pleasing man, it will be impossible for us to build a structure that will carry and sustain what we commonly call revival. However, if our aim, desire and foremost passion is to please God and accommodate His vision of church, we bend hearing ears toward heaven, ask the right questions and start to receive the necessary downloads on how to sustain revival as a lifestyle. This is where we are moving. This is what we are pressing in for.

What Are We Reviving?

Surely, if we are able to define the concept of revival, then we will be able to approach it with increased clarity and understanding. I have read some incredible definitions of revival, including one offered by Duncan Campbell:“Revival is a community saturated with God.”

Richard Owen Roberts describes it this way:“Revival is an extraordinary work of the Holy Spirit producing extraordinary results....[It’s] the re-entry of Christ's manifest presence.”

And Stephen Olford says this: "Revival is not some emotion or worked-up excitement; it is rather an invasion from heaven which brings a man to a conscious awareness of God."

The concept that struck me the most when it came to the possibility of sustaining revival was brilliantly presented by Edwin Orr. He defined revival as a “movement of the Holy Spirit bringing about a revival of New Testament Christianity in the church of Christ and its related community.”

Revival is a return to the original New Testament blueprint of Christianity. It is nothing new; rather, it is a divine summons to embrace the church’s original design, as clearly defined by Jesus Himself:“I also say to you that you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build My church; and the gates of Hades will not overpower it. I will give you the keys of the kingdom of heaven; and whatever you bind on earth shall have been bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth shall have been loosed in heaven.”(Matt. 16:18-19, NASB)

If we believe that revival is anything other than going back to the original expression of New Testament Christianity, then yes, it will be impossible to continue and sustain it. God’s blessing is on God’s blueprint; God’s blueprint is made very clear in Jesus’ description of the church in Matthew 16:18-19.
revival

Luton, UK

#7179 Mar 3, 2014
As the church, we are called to steward and, yes, broker kingdom realities on earth. If Scripture reveals something as bound or forbidden in heaven, then such should be bound on earth. Likewise, if the Word shows us that something is loosed, or normal, in heaven, our goal should be to see that reality is normal on earth. In our own ability, these tasks would be utterly impossible. Introduce the reality and power of Pentecost, however, and that changes everything.

Can Revival Outlast a Season, Person and Experience?

What began as an outpouring in one generation should continue as a lifestyle in the next. If this does not happen, then we did not appropriately respond to the summons of revival when God served us with a sovereign notice.

In writing a few previous articles on the subject of revival, I started to discuss the possibility of sustaining a move of God. I was amazed at how many people were convinced that revival could not be sustained. Therein lies the issue.

I am discontent at the thought of experiencing another “move of the Spirit,” wave, renewal, refreshing, outpouring or revival, only to have it putter out. Even if it did, somehow, continue for several years, what is the point of contending for something that we know is ultimately going to fizzle out and die in the end?

Don’t get me wrong. I truly celebrate the genuine moves of God’s Spirit that have followed hungry believers since the Day of Pentecost. Each historical outpouring produced a momentum that, in turn, impacted the following outpouring. There is much honor to extend toward the great moves of God, as well as the ordinary men and women who said yes to the extraordinary assignment of stewarding revival.

There is always fruit, no question. However, I want us to lift our eyes and have a vision for something far greater and far more lasting than just another season of visitation. When God visits, I want us to be ready to respond and reorient everything to accommodate Him.

As G. Campbell Morgan said,“Revival cannot be organized, but we can set our sails to catch the wind from heaven when God chooses to blow upon His people once again.”

What are three practical ways that we can “set our sails” to “catch the wind from heaven”?
revival

Luton, UK

#7180 Mar 3, 2014
3 Ways to Experience a Revival Lifestyle

1. We recognize that it is possible for revival to continue beyond a time, season or even a generation. For those of you who still have difficulty embracing this concept, ask yourself,“What definition of revival am I embracing?” If we are looking for something new to come down from heaven, then yes, it will be difficult to sustain such an experience. This is what had led so many to try to repeat what they experienced during a previous move of God. As a result, they attempt to manufacture this experience, only to end up operating in the flesh. How do we keep revival going without manufacturing anything?

2. We stop and respond to God’s sovereign summons. When revival comes, it is easy to get caught up in the exciting whirlwind it produces. Rightly so. We celebrate the harvest of souls being ushered into the kingdom. We are overjoyed by the refreshing we experience in God’s presence. The healings, miracles, signs and wonders remind us of how near heaven truly is. All of these things are glorious, but they can be downright destructive if we do not receive and respond to the memo. Revival preaches a very clear message: This is what normal Christianity looks like. Adjust accordingly! Are we listening? The longer we deny that revival reveals what normal should look like, the longer we will be satisfied with a wind or a refreshing when, in fact, God wants to revolutionize Christian life as we know it. It is time for us to raise the bar and start agreeing with God’s vision.

3. Revival reorients in order to produce reformation. We are reoriented with Jesus’ original picture of “normal church” so that we can reform our operations appropriately. Sounds simple. The problem is that there are actually people who want revival without reformation. Why? Because the occasional, sporadic visitation does not threaten the safe, predictable, comfortable rhythm of Christian life. Ideally, we want a move of God that we can fit nicely into our 21st-century church paradigms. We want a touch without having to engage transformation. Truly, this is like putting a square peg in a round hole. This will always be impossible, as the structure will need to change in order to carry revival. We pray for the new wine but are unwilling to trade our old wineskins.

God wants to radically reform the way we do church and live out Christianity in the 21st century. Are we willing to reorient our lives and our churches with God’s original blueprint and pursue a revival lifestyle instead of a revival experience?

Start with this simple prayer: Holy Spirit, come. I want to experience Your presence and power like never before. I don’t want just a touch or a visitation or a season of revival; I want to live like Jesus said I could live. Open my eyes. Show me areas in my church, life and family that need to be transformed so that I can experience everything Jesus said was available and possible.

Let’s be like the men and women in times past who cried out for an outpouring not to get a zing or a zip but to become completely wrecked for anything less than normal, supernatural New Testament Christianity.

Larry Sparks is host of Life Supernatural, a weekly radio program that features best-selling authors, emerging filmmakers and key ministry leaders. In addition to serving as the director of curriculum resources for Destiny Image Publishers, Larry is president and founder of Equip Culture Ministries — an organization that equips believers to experience a life of sustained victory through the supernatural power of the Holy Spirit. Visit him at lawrencesparks.com or on Twitter at @LarryVSparks.
revival

Luton, UK

#7181 Mar 3, 2014
God wants to radically reform the way we do church and live out Christianity in the 21st century. Are we willing to reorient our lives and our churches with God’s original blueprint and pursue a revival lifestyle instead of a revival experience?

Start with this simple prayer: Holy Spirit, come. I want to experience Your presence and power like never before. I don’t want just a touch or a visitation or a season of revival; I want to live like Jesus said I could live. Open my eyes. Show me areas in my church, life and family that need to be transformed so that I can experience everything Jesus said was available and possible.
revival

Luton, UK

#7182 Mar 3, 2014
When revival comes, it is easy to get caught up in the exciting whirlwind it produces. Rightly so. We celebrate the harvest of souls being ushered into the kingdom. We are overjoyed by the refreshing we experience in God’s presence.

The healings, miracles, signs and wonders remind us of how near heaven truly is. All of these things are glorious, but they can be downright destructive if we do not receive and respond to the memo. Revival preaches a very clear message:

This is what normal Christianity looks like. Adjust accordingly! Are we listening? The longer we deny that revival reveals what normal should look like, the longer we will be satisfied with a wind or a refreshing when, in fact, God wants to revolutionize Christian life as we know it. It is time for us to raise the bar and start agreeing with God’s vision.
2014 prophecy

Luton, UK

#7183 Mar 6, 2014
Christian Harfouche:

"My Standard is a Standard of Power and Miraculous Divine Evidence"

This is a Prophetic word was declared by Apostle Doctor Christian Harfouche on February 21, 2014, during our gatherings: "THE MISSION: Nothing is Impossible with God":

"My Standard - My Power"

The Lord has raised in this day and in this hour, a standard of evidence: That all may know and may have an opportunity to understand and to decide.

"And My standard," says the Lord, "is a standard of power and miraculous divine evidence that I am with and in the redeemed; that I have chosen those that would spearhead My presence in this hour; that I have deposited and poured it into the earth at the upper room.

"And the cure to every affliction and the deliverance from every infirmity – yes, the instability in the mind and the depression of the soul; the afflictions of the emotions and the diseases that are so-called,'terminal' or 'incurable'; the power of addictions and the oppression of sin; the activity of demonic spirits and the work of the principalities; the agenda of man and the arm of the flesh – will all come into contact with My overcoming power and in the lives of My children they will fail to prevail.

"A Song of Joy"

"And the yielded to Me will celebrate continually and will lift up hearts of faith and hands without doubt, and they will lift up their voices in praise and sing a new song unto the Lord; and in the land of the living they will see the goodness of My power and My performance.

"For yes, sorrow may endure for the night, but joy comes in the morning. And My hand is moving in this hour in accelerated power to bring about evidence and performance, that My men and My women – My children – will all celebrate the participation continually of the 'nothing is impossible' so that you may go to the next phase of your mission, next phase of your ministry, and the next phase of your call.
Heytyu

Pittsburgh, PA

#7185 Mar 7, 2014
out

Pasir Gudang, Malaysia

#7186 Mar 9, 2014
get out
repent

Pasir Gudang, Malaysia

#7187 Mar 9, 2014
repent
repent
repent
of what

Pasir Gudang, Malaysia

#7188 Mar 9, 2014
but repent of what?

repent for being workers of iniquities....

not pure....
woe unto thee

Pasir Gudang, Malaysia

#7189 Mar 9, 2014
......Woe unto thee, says the Lord, you are to stand on my reproach, you are a failed vessels. You do not choose me, I choose you, and you have rejected My first love. You have choose to walk in the flesh. You have not a father's love. It is finished !! my people.

I DO NOT WANT HYPOCRITES & WORKERS OF INIQUITY. I have forsaken you, my people....... Weep for your sins, laments your sorrows, I have turn my face hard on you, for I have hide my face away from you. For its a fearful things to fall into the hands of the almighty God....

I have seen your works. It is not acceptable unto Me. It is NOT PURE, for it shall be measure up with gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hays & straws. I have refuse your works, my people., a works of iniquity & unclean acts. It does not pleases Me, it does not mark up to my expectation....

You don't have to wait too long, for the time past by, soon you will face My REPROACH & JUDGEMENT, you have missed the entire plans I have set for you long before time.
Thus saith the Lord God.
iniquity

Pasir Gudang, Malaysia

#7190 Mar 9, 2014
----------I have seen your works.--------- It is not acceptable unto Me.---------It is NOT PURE, for it shall be measure up with gold, silver, precious stones, wood, hays & straws.---------I have refuse your works, my people., a works of iniquity & unclean acts.---------It does not pleases Me, it does not mark up to my expectation....

----------You don't have to wait too long, for the time past by, soon you will face My REPROACH & JUDGEMENT, you have missed the entire plans I have set for you long before time.

Thus saith the Lord God.
prophecy for malaysia KL

Pasir Gudang, Malaysia

#7191 Mar 9, 2014
A PROPHECY FOR THE LAND OF MALAYSIA & THE CHURCHES, received on - September 07th, 2008,- 8pm
__________

My people, do you hear that I have been calling unto you to do my works in this Land? Many have lost track, not knowing the Lord's direction & what they should be doing.

RETURN TO ME, my people, return this very day, for I am calling you into total repentance. TURN AWAY quick from your very wicked ways. The time is short ! The end is approaching fast !

Do my works...come and be seen, for I am calling you, my people to reject the works of the evil ones. Do not do the works of iniquity, do not be led astray by wrong desires & motives.

Come unto ME, my people, stay close to me, for I am your Lord God that chooses to bless thee & prosper thee and to bring breakthrough into your life & your walk with me. For indeed, I have chosen you to my endtimes bride. You are to arise & shine forth and to do My very works. Do not delay!!

What are you waiting for? My people? You have fallen short of my glory. Do you look up to ME or rather at men ? Do not think you can go on doing my works if you fails to obey MY ways., for MY ways are perfect and no errors and so is my laws, decress & statues. I will promise you a new beginning, once you turn to walk in MY WAYS, MY PATH, MY SALVATION. You shall see forth my light shine again.

But my people, do not hold on to your comfort life........soon I will remove it from your midst. You have been too long in your comfort zone, enjoying the good things & prosperous life, but not for long, my people.

Watch & behold, I have removed it & my reproach is upon you.,my people, if you don't repent quickly, I shall remove your lampstand altogether and it shall be NO MORE.

For I have waited long, but you are taking too long for I shall not bear it with you, my people, therefore seek my face while I may still be found, or I will forsake you forever.

My people, REPENT!!! the day of the Lord drawn near. Sorrows shall be seen on the streets, many will be lost. My children, you are liken as its in the days of sodom & gomorroh, for I can NOT bear with you my people. Not withstanding, the end is near to all who fails to walk in my direction, Woe unto you, my people, this is the day I have spoken, your days are numbe! red. Unless the hearts of the fathers is turn unto their sons and the sons unto their fathers, lest I come & smite the earth with a curse. Woe unto thee, says the Lord, you are to stand on my reproach, you are a failed vessels....
misunderstood

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#7192 Mar 9, 2014
4 More Things to Do When You Feel Misunderstood


Feeling misunderstood? As I shared in my last column, it seems I’ve been misunderstood my whole life. That’s why I had to find ways to deal with those negative emotions and the reactions they spark in my soul.

Last week, we talked about four reasons for misunderstandings and two ways to deal with it. Now let’s talk about four more tools for the misunderstood: 1) cry it out, 2) forgive, 3) confront the misunderstanding, and 4) trust God. I'll also offer you 6 ways to get your mind off the misunderstanding. Are you ready?

Understanding Joseph’s Strategy

Joseph could understand dreams, but nobody could understand him. His family misunderstood his motives.(See Genesis 37:4-10.)

Joseph is an example of a young prophet who probably needed to keep his mouth shut about the call of God on his life. Family members rarely understand our calling unless they are on fire for the Lord. Remember, Jesus said a prophet is not without honor except in his hometown (Mark 6:4). Joseph was so misunderstood that his brothers just got him out of the picture.

How did Joseph handle this? He kept doing the right thing even when the wrong thing was happening to him. I believe he carried that pain with him for the 20-some-odd years that it took him to get from the pit to the palace. When his brothers came to Egypt and he finally revealed himself to them, he wept. It’s possible that’s when all those hurts and wounds came out.

Many times, if we are feeling misunderstood or rejected, we need to go ahead and have a good cry. But we don’t cry in pity of ourselves. We cry and sob at the Lord’s feet, asking Him to take the pain away from us, asking Him to heal our hearts, asking Him to help us to forgive.

Job Mastered Misunderstandings

If anyone was misunderstood, it was Job. His friends just kept trying to convince him that he needed to repent of hidden sin. He was falsely accused. He was wrongly judged. On top of everything else, he suffered horribly from the circumstances the enemy brought his way.
ways

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#7193 Mar 10, 2014
What did Job do in response? First of all, he was humble. He cried out to God to show Him the error of His ways. Job 6:24 says,“Teach me, and I will hold my tongue; cause me to understand wherein I have erred.”

Second, Job kept on trusting God no matter what. His wife said,“Curse God and die”(Job 42:9)—but he refused. Of course, it wasn’t until Job prayed for his friends, the ones who had falsely accused him, that he got his victory.

Hannah Was Falsely Accused

And let’s not forget Hannah. She was sorely misunderstood and falsely accused. There she was, pouring her heart out to God. The Bible says “she was in bitterness of soul, and prayed to the Lord and wept in anguish”(1 Sam. 1:10) before she made a vow to commit to her child to the Lord if He would break her barrenness.

“And it happened, as she continued praying before the Lord, that Eli watched her mouth. Now Hannah spoke in her heart; only her lips moved, but her voice was not heard. Therefore Eli thought she was drunk. So Eli said to her,‘How long will you be drunk? Put your wine away from you!’”(vv. 12-13).

Hannah had three choices. She could have walked away angry, speaking ill of the priest and becoming bitter and unforgiving. She could have walked away in misery, feeling sorry for herself and accusing God. Or she could confront it respectfully. She chose the latter and turned an accusation into a blessing:

“Hannah answered and said,‘No, my lord, I am a woman of sorrowful spirit. I have drunk neither wine nor intoxicating drink, but have poured out my soul before the Lord. Do not consider your maidservant a wicked woman, for out of the abundance of my complaint and grief I have spoken until now.’ Then Eli answered and said,‘Go in peace, and the God of Israel grant your petition which you have asked of Him’”(vv. 15-17).

Eli got into agreement with her and she got her blessing, and Eli was blessed too since Samuel went into his service
ways

Amsterdam, Netherlands

#7194 Mar 10, 2014
Mary Was Surely Misunderstood

Mary was about to marry Joseph, the love of her life, when suddenly God called her to be the mother of the Messiah. She wound up pregnant, and she had to tell Joseph. Her only explanation was,“The Holy Ghost did it.” Joseph was like,“Yeah, right.” He was probably brokenhearted and even angry.

Imagine all the emotions these two experienced, but let’s focus on Mary. She was misunderstood. Joseph probably thought she was a harlot. According to Jewish law, if your fiancée turned up pregnant, you could either divorce her or have her stoned.(See Matthew 1:18-24.) How did she handle it? She simply trusted God.

Get Your Mind Off the Misunderstanding

Whether we face an honest misunderstanding or a nasty accusation, we need to respond right because the Lord is watching. He wants to make it right. He wants to vindicate us. So if you are misunderstood, here are some practical tips for getting your mind off the misunderstanding:

1. First, pray for those who misunderstand you.

2. Be kind and respectful toward those who slight you.

3. Seek the good of those who judge you wrongly.

4. Protect the reputation of those who slander you.

5. Privately work in the best interests of those who are working against you, and purposely avoid telling them what you do for them.

6. Thank the Lord for the purifying effect it has on your life when you are misunderstood.

When we do these things, we have the Spirit of Jesus, "who, when He was reviled, did not revile in return; when he suffered, He did not threaten, but committed Himself to Him who judges righteously" (1 Pet. 2:23). Amen.

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