The Cyprus Precedent

Will take a little break, as I am in meetings, yet dealing with the consequences of the Cyprus crisis. Let us look at the synopsis of the crisis. 1. Cyprus is in dire financial trouble. They have a sovereign debt of €10 billion. This island is a fiscal financial paradise. The writing is on the wall. 2. The government rejected an EU bailout plan. It would mean INVADING every bank account on the island with a tax of 10% on all balances. 3. As a result of parliamentary rejection of the plan from the EU the ECB pulled the plug … Continue reading The Cyprus Precedent

The Wilderness: part 2 greatest preparation John the Baptist

When we consider the wilderness, we must consider the greatest task undertaken there which was preparing the way of the Lord. Luke 3:4 LEB as it is written in the book of the words of the prophet Isaiah, “The voice of one crying out in the wilderness, to prepare the way of the Lord, making paths straight! Every valley will be filled, and every mountain and hill will be leveled, and the crooked will become straight, and the rough road will become smooth This is the greatest prophetic Scripture we can see. There are several things we need to see … Continue reading The Wilderness: part 2 greatest preparation John the Baptist

The Wilderness: part 1 A necessary preparation

Today we are starting a new series of posts concerning the WILDERNESS. A friend of mine, prophetic teacher from Califórnia, Al Houghton, said: today people want power of covenant without the price of preparation. That is why the wilderness plays such a part of Scripture. It is where the school of the Spirit is. I do not think any true man of God can do anything significant for God without passing through a season in the wilderness. Abraham was promised the land, was commanded to go its length and breadth yet it would take 4 generations to possess. Jacob spent … Continue reading The Wilderness: part 1 A necessary preparation

Way forward: personal message

I am away on business matters at the moment. We would like some feedback on our messages here on this site. We want to gauge who you are. We want to know where you’re coming from. Right now this Blog is two years in publishing various prophetic messages. That is the nature of the ministry God gave us to be. The Blog us transitional being that it discerns the times and seasons without losing sight of the Word. We are at the moment starting a new Christian business, constructing a Christian teaching resource, online presence. A new site will appear … Continue reading Way forward: personal message

Pursuits and Ambitions

Pursuit requires a Price Matthew 20:20-23 Matthew 20:20 LEB Then the mother of the sons of Zebedee came up to him with her sons, and kneeling down she asked something from him. Matthew 20:21 And he said to her, “What do you want?” She said to him, “Say that these two sons of mine may sit one at your right hand and one at your left in your kingdom.” Matthew 20:22 LEB But Jesus answered and said, “You do not know what you are asking! Are you able to drink the cup that I am about to drink?” They said … Continue reading Pursuits and Ambitions

The fig tree, the temple and the mountain: Part 2: a glory-less house

This is a new message for this day. The Lord sometime ago sent me to preach and the Lord showed me Mark 11. In this He showed me that the way the events occurred chronologically is also signicant of what happened spiritually also. We see: 1. Entry into Jerusalem 2. Observation of the temple. 3. The fig Tree 4. The mountain. There is a prophetic message here. The Lord began to show me about the temple in a preach in 1994 in Dundee. The Lord sent me with my late friends Yorrie and Eirian Richards. The message was concerning recognising … Continue reading The fig tree, the temple and the mountain: Part 2: a glory-less house

The Transfiguration Part 5: Tied to the visible

  I am only posting once again because the Lord has given me two messages today. When God gives two messages we must obey the Lord.  The Lord spoke to me powerfully about the Transfiguration, and its not the first time I have posted on this theme, but I have revisited with a new vigor and clarity.  The Lord wants to bring His Glory into our midst. He wants us to be prepared for it. But sometimes our dependence on our humanity causes us to miss the essential reason for the visitation. Even Jesus remarked in Luke 19 about the … Continue reading The Transfiguration Part 5: Tied to the visible

The Transfiguration Part 4: Divine Conversations of our mission

How many of us are with people who want to erect monuments instead of movements? A monument can be impressive, but it talks of someone or something long dead! When we see Jesus transfigured we see a groggy bunch of men, who became incoherent and fearful in the Glory. We need to compare this with Joshua in the Old Testament, or Obed-Edom who had desire, thirst for the GLORY. They lived for it. But let us contrast this with the disciples. They saw Moses and Elijah talking with Jesus, and Peter wanted to erect tabernacles for them. If they had … Continue reading The Transfiguration Part 4: Divine Conversations of our mission

The transfiguration Part 3: breaking confusion about Jesus’ mission then and now

The central focus of this series must be to refocus once again on Jesus. There are two extremes that can become error. With some the over devotion to Mary, to the other spectrum an overemphasis on the Holy Spirit. We must understand Jesus’ mission then and now. There is a fundamental difference. 1. Jesus’ mission in the Gospel is to bring GOOD news. 2. Jesus’ mission in Acts is to establish the Church through the Holy Spirit. 3. Jesus’ mission today is to bring in the full flock to salvation and Union with Him. When we think of the Transfiguration … Continue reading The transfiguration Part 3: breaking confusion about Jesus’ mission then and now

The Transfiguration Part 2: Moses, Elijah, and Yeshua

We come today to the second message of our series. I am in a very beautiful part of the UK. Here on personal matters. I shall include a photo here. I was just meditating here why these 3 men met here on the Mount of Transfiguration. The Lord, I believe gave me the answer. 3 represent the sum total of our entry into the fullness of covenant. 1. Moses calls for obedience 2. Elijah calls for repentance 3. Yeshua calls for faith. Without these no Covenant can be effective so we need to see that the Old Covenant was not … Continue reading The Transfiguration Part 2: Moses, Elijah, and Yeshua