That the excellency of the power may be of God

2 Corinthians 4 seems to address an issue that the current Church faces. Every time the Church shies away from suffering as a part and a process to holiness the Church invents doctrines which have their roots in truths found in the Word yet they diverge greatly pandering for the flesh and its desires. The... Continue Reading →

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“Let this cup be removed”

This post has some personal aspects that I am learning right now. I believe what God has planned for His Church is quite marvellous, but how marvellous we may walk into, the price of entering is what is needing our attention. As the tares and the wheat grow together, the maturity of both will determine... Continue Reading →

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Let the King of Glory come in…

"Lift up ye heads, oh ye Gates, be lifted up you everlasting doors...and let the King of Glory enter in...Psalm 24 Psalm 24 is a clear glorious psalm of David. When he is meditating on the entry of the King of Glory, he was also reflecting on his own entry to Jerusalem, after being anointed... Continue Reading →

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“I was in the Spirit on the Lord’s Day”

I have surely written something on Revelation 1:10, but sometimes we return to former truths because they hold incredible truths and depths. There are two issues to deal with, "I was in the Spirit", and "On the Lord's Day". These two hold keys for our lives today. I am speaking in the context of the... Continue Reading →

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Eli in the Church

As the lockdown eases the nations are relegating the Church as the last place to open. It seems that there is a conception that the Church is the most dangerous place to propagate the virus. I find this very suspect in the sense that there must be an agenda at work. However the politics and... Continue Reading →

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When the Lord turned again the captivity of Zion

 The prophetic must balance what are spiritual realities and evidences in the physical world for the prophetic to hold substance and credibility. In this basis I detect along with the lockdowns being relaxed over Europe and the USA we are not only seeing this on a political and economic sphere but this is in the... Continue Reading →

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“I am he that liveth”

18 I am he that liveth, and was dead; and, behold, I am alive for evermore, Amen; and have the keys of hell and of death. Revelation 1:18 It is time the world sees Jesus, the Ascended Lord alive, and alive for evermore. When one has gone past death, back into life again, as Jesus did,... Continue Reading →

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2020 the year of Marks and seals

And the Lord said unto him, Go through the midst of the city, through the midst of Jerusalem, and oset a mark upon the foreheads of the men that sigh and that cry for all the abominations that be done in the midst thereof.Ezekiel 9:4 KJV And I saw another angel ascending from the east,... Continue Reading →

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Rejoice in tribulations…

"Knowing that tribulation works patience, and pacience experience, experience hope...and hope puts not to shame..." Romans 5:3-5 KJV The whole area of suffering is a blind spot for human nature, and for some Church movements. In fact the Greek word for tribulation comes with the following definitions: pressure, affliction, anguish, persecution, trouble. I think the... Continue Reading →

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For we see Jesus!

"But now we see not all subject to Him. But we see Jesus. " Hebrews 2:8&9 KJV There are absolutes in the Word which are spoken, specifically in Hebrews 2, that on face value there are some contradictions. The absolute is that Jesus has all things being subject to Him. Yet in reality we are... Continue Reading →

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Isaiah 60 starts with this phrase. It is a positive word. It is a word that lends to a new level, a new approach. The Hebrew word used means "establish". Establishing something in God means to "determine, to open, to bring forth". The Kingdom is about preparing Creation for the reign of Christ. Right now... Continue Reading →

Itinerary for War College

With the pandemic being used for political purposes it is time the Church prepare for the times ahead. We have resources to train from the Word a clear vision ahead through very dark times with faith. It is clear that a focussed vision will stave off fear and confusion at this time. We are offering... Continue Reading →

Taking Jerusalem

1 Chronicles 11 I am in a lot of pain today. I have had either a disk in my back slip out of place or i have trapped a nerve. It is Bank Holiday Monday here in the UK. The last Bank Holiday till Christmas. With the Word today In whatever case I am not... Continue Reading →

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