Every Christian Should Desire the Gift of Prophecyby Max Aplin
There are some Christians, known as cessationists, who claim that the gifts of the Holy Spirit referred to in 1 Corinthians 12:8-10, including the gift of prophecy, are no longer available today. This article lists the main arguments that cessationists use regarding the gift of prophecy, and explains why these arguments fail to convince. It then provides some testimony of how I have seen God use the gift of prophecy.
WHITE TOXIC BOW RIDER (Revelation 6:1-2)by Wade Nye
In this article we will study two fascinating verses in Revelation 6. Could this be discussing a place right here in the United States? A place will undergo a metamorphosis? From a place that is a hub of world trade to one known as the center for Christianity on earth and then again to a world power bent on conquest?
Hagar at the Well the Conversion of Islamby Wade Nye
The beginnings of a relationship between a man and a woman at a well is a common Old Testament theme, Isaac, Jacob and Moses relationships with their wives all began with an at the well experience. It is no coincidence that Jesus had a spiritual encounter with a women at Jacob's well. This scripture(John 4) is a prophetic allegory of the upcoming conversion of the entire Arabic Sunni Islamic Religion to Christ and to be a powerful community of Christians.
. . . 997 KAby Beth LaBuff
During the Millennium a youth named Jezreel asked the King's servant what it was like in the previous age, just before Christ returned. Here is their discussion. The year is 997 KA (Kingdom Age).
In the first chapter of Samuel two families set the scene. The first is Elkanah's family consisting of the division between his two wives Hannah and Peninnah and her sons and daughters. Then there is the family of Eli and his sons Hophni and Phinehas. Upon research into the names of Hophni and Phinehas it is interesting to note that they are Egyptian names but more importantly the Holy Scriptures refers to these two sons as the sons of Belial. So not only were they sons of Eli but spiritually they were sons of Belial.
An Argument Supporting Amillennialismby Max Aplin
In Revelation 20:1-10 we are told that during the millennium Satan will be bound and unable to deceive the nations. Because Satan is active in his deceptive work today, many believe that the millennium cannot represent the church age (minus the very last part of the church age), as in amillennialism. However, the New Testament contains a lot of exaggerated language, and it is not in fact difficult to reconcile what this passage says about Satan with amillennialism.
Redemption of the Kingdomby wade jones
"As never see or experienced before," are words I heard as this message was received, all having to do with the the Lord and the inheritance He has yet to receive...The promises of the afther
The Seasons are Changing, Arise to Your New Destinyby stephanie reck
What a "season" this has been spiritually. It has been a time for planting in the harvest, a time of refinement, a time of cutting away from the former things of the past for many true followers of Christ. It has been a long and difficult season, and so many people of God are ready for change and transition into their new season.
Dream of Moneyby Angeline Williams
On Monday, December 6, 2009 I dreamed of a couple of people I know. It was as if I was off in a distance watching several incidents take place. One person was a friend of mine who works at the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta. When she arrived at work, she was told by the security guard that the bank was shut down for good. The people around were all shocked and talking about their jobs, the economy and what was everyone going to do.
Peace Over Youby Angeline Williams
At the risk of sounding dramatic - I really love you! I have learned so much as I seek God in what to say and how to pray for the Body of Christ. As I was praying one morning all I could really pray was "Peace" over you. In the name of Jesus Christ I speak peace to you
What is a "Prophet's Reward"?by Gregory Booker
This is an attempt to explain just what is meant by a prophet's reward. Hopefully, I can add clarity and magnification of this ministry and it's purpose for God's people. A prophet's reward is a blessing worth having in one's life beyond just the prophet.
Dearly Belovedby Dean Mudenda
Six years on, since the publication of my two books. I felt moved to share with those dearest to me something that has been on my mind for a while - the parousia and its imminence.
Left Behind but Not Forgotten-Tribulation Saintsby Gregory Booker
God's grace leaves the gates of heaven open to the very end and the tribulations saints are evidence further of God's love. The rapture blesses those who are alert and watchful looking for Christ. And also awakens those who doubts put them in a slumber yet left behind.
THE APOSTOLIC MOVE OF GOD Part 1by segun Olumide
This article is to gear up the Body of Christ globally for the apostolic move of God. God is doing a new thing in our day. The church must wake up and move with the cloud of glory.
HE is raising apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers.
Every believer has a ministry, but every believer does not have a fivefold ministry.
Enough of wasting our time as spectators when he has given each of us an important assignment.
God's Right to Fulfill His Promiseby Gregory Booker
The Promised Land is a promise by God to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob who had his name changed to Israel. The 12 Tribes forms the nation of Israel and the lineage of Judah brings us our Lord Jesus Christ. Scripture reveals, still there is a promise to be fulfilled as identified in the Everlasting covenant. It is God's right to perform on this unconditional agreement and not be envious and jealous by denying such a reality in our heart. This article hopes to add clarity to the subject of "promised land". And far more could be said as this is just the tip of the iceberg.
Beware of Taking Biblical End-Times Prophecies Too Literallyby Max Aplin
There are many Christians who will always try to interpret biblical end-times prophecies as literally as possible. However, the Bible contains many prophecies that are highly figurative, and when things are not immediately clear about a given end-times prophecy, we should be open to either a literal or non-literal interpretation.
Christians Need to Be Cautious in End-Times Mattersby Max Aplin
Many Christians spend too much of their time and effort considering end-times issues. Those who take a particular view of things often make the mistake of becoming hostile to those who disagree with them, when maintaining Christian unity should be regarded as more important. Over-confident predictions of the future are harmful and often result from a lack of humility.
Same Sex Marriageby Paul Taylor
An analgy of the failure of todays churches, the christians and the families as it relates to the homosexual agenda and prophecy
Wait on the Lordby stephanie reck
Don't despair people of God; wait on the Lord. Do not get pulled into the ways of the world, but remain steadfast and watchful.
Beware of Supporting the Rebuilding of the Jerusalem Templeby Max Aplin
It is extremely unlikely that the Bible prophesies the existence of another literal temple in Jerusalem. Encouraging Jews to rebuild the temple is to point them towards the Old Testament sacrifices that can never take away sins. Jews need to be told that faith in Christ is necessary for their salvation.
More Than Conquerorsby Rochelle Arnold
If you take the time to pray in the spirit and seek the Lord He will fight the battle for you. He will give you strategies, timing, and an overall sense of peace. What the enemy tries to use against you for evil, will be turned around for your good.