The Intercesory Prayer

In this contemporary society, our adversary has a Masters Degree in three things: the noise, the rush, and the multitudes. If he can keep us involved in the quantitative and in the lot, he will be satisfied. The psychiatrist C. G. Jung once said: "the running around is not of the devil", "IT IS THE DEVIL". Let us not get confused between noise and spiritual warfare, the running around with efficiency, and the multitude with a congregation.

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A man called Simeon

“Now there was a man in Jerusalem whose name was Simeon; this man was righteous and devout, looking forward to the consolation of Israel and the Holy Spirit rested on him, it had been revealed to him by the Holy Spirit that he would not see death before he had seen the Lord’s Messiah, Simeon took the baby in his arms and praised God, saying:  Master, now you are dismissing your servant in peace… for y eyes have seen your salvation”.  Luke 2:25-26; 28-30

There are so many people in the Scriptures that showed us how Jesus’ birth impacted their lives, that we could be here the rest of our days talking about their testimonies; however, of all of them, I was mostly impacted by Simeon, an old man who was granted the wish to see the salvation of Israel being born, to see love in action, to see a Beacon Light for a world in darkness.

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A Day to Break Bondage Through Worship

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And he said with a loud voice, “Fear God, and give him glory, for the hour of its judgment has come and worship HIM who made the heavens and the earth, the sea and the fountains of waters” Revelation 14:7

The Gospel is eternal in comparison with the Old Covenant, and we want it to be heard universally.  It is good news for those who receive it, but judgment for those who rejects it.

This is why we must look at this 10-10-10 with much care.

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Dry Bones

Ezekiel 37:11  “Our bones are dry, our hope has gone; we are done for.”

Tiredness grounds me
Into a quiet stupor of the spirit.
I yearn to be inspired,
To be lifted up, set free
Beyond the place of deadness.
The struggle goes on, however
And you and I, God,
We exist together with seemingly
Little communion.
Yet, in the deepest part of me,
I believe in you,
Perhaps more strongly than ever.
I am leaning you
As a God of silence,
Of darkness, deep and strong,
I do not wrestle anymore,
Only wait, only wait,
For you to bring my dry bones into dancing once again.

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