Prophet’s Pen

My heart is inditing a good matter: I speak of the things which I have made touching the king: my tongue is the pen of a ready writer. Psalms 45:1 KJV Starting soon! We shall be launching a new podcast called “Prophet’s Pen” being that what will be broadcast in the podcast will be prophetic and the pen is the Holy Spirit. We ask you pray for us and consider partnering with us. We ask your partnership reach the level of intercession as I believe that we have reached a season where we need to call for fullness of knowledge … Continue reading Prophet’s Pen

“Yea, a sword shall pierce through your soul also” Luke 2:35 is prophesied over Mary by Simeon. Indeed we have no notion of what this means until we see this scene from Mel Gibson’s film The Passion. What we need to get over in our theological debates is the dimension that is lost by this reality. When you consider the privilege Mary was given in receiving the visitation of Gabriel the angel announcing that as a virgin she would bear the Son of God, that this same birth, surrounded by Angels and glory, Simeon comes to present the piercing of her heart. How that mother hurt and broke … Continue reading “Yea, a sword shall pierce through your soul also”

The Modern Day holocaust

This post is not an easy one as its title is by no means what they term as click bait. The day yesterday was a Remembrance Day for the holocaust. I myself was moved in prayer for this day. However I sensed the Lord come to me with shocking words; In my understanding and processing the seed of what came to me; You celebrate the holocaust of the Jews and see the photos of those exterminated, or were on the way to be exterminated, seemingly like sheep going to the slaughter but there is still a holocaust going on today. … Continue reading The Modern Day holocaust

Remembrance Day: may we never forget.

Today marks the remembrance of the Holocaust which saw over 6 million Jews massacred. Rather than blame Germany we must see this tragedy and atrocity as that of mankind and all of us have a responsibility to remember and treasure a mystery that these Jews are God’s elect. The mystery is so wonderful as well as so life changing that we cannot help but feel the pain of this people, since Abraham have had Yahweh reach out to them in covenant. It is so wonderful that within 3 years of that war that killed 6 million Jews, their nation was … Continue reading Remembrance Day: may we never forget.

Jesus: our prophetic preparation

And I fell at his feet to worship him. And he said unto me, See thou do it not: I am thy fellowservant, and of thy brethren that have the testimony of Jesus: worship God: for the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy. Revelation 19:10 KJV For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy. This statement in Revelation is very powerful if we understand it. In a nutshell it is that the life of Jesus is a prophetic pattern for preparation that we will reach our fullness in God and our potential in this generation we … Continue reading Jesus: our prophetic preparation

Jesus: A Pattern for covenant access

The Word brings us Jesus, bringing together complex and profound threads which bring us rich privileges from God. Jesus is manifest to destroy the works of the devil in creation. The Bible is one message, man’s journey into union with God, with divine initiatives along history recording this journey. We see shadows of Jesus in the Old Testament, in different personalities. Melchizedek is a mysterious figure. Nothing is said about his descendency, nor his ascendency. It is surrounded with the mists of mystery he enters history, to bless Abraham. What we see is a covenantal figure coming to prepare the way, coming … Continue reading Jesus: A Pattern for covenant access

Jesus: A Pattern, a Prophecy, a Percursor

Our focus is on Jesus, Yeshua Himself in this new series. We have gone through a series concerning the Remnant, those guarding the truth, in the minority, in very turbelent times. However for us to understand the processes that preserve the remnant we need to examine the truth, the revelation that marks the remnant. For this reason we must look at the Messiah Himself, asking Him to reveal Himself in this series, so that we may be walking in His Pattern, that His Prophetic walk be evident in our lives, and our footsteps walk in the path of our Percursor. In … Continue reading Jesus: A Pattern, a Prophecy, a Percursor

Being part of the Remnant part 4; Prevailing

James 5 speaks of an example of prevailing in prayer. Elijah is no different to us. Eli´jah was a man subject to like passions as we are, and he prayed earnestly that it might not rain: and it rained not on the earth by the space of three years and six months. And he prayed again, and the heaven gave rain, and the earth brought forth her fruit. James 5:17‭-‬18 KJVA If anything in this season is the “earnestly” of prayer and asking God to demonstrate His covenant. It is a time to 1. Ascertain 2. Align 3. Accept 4. … Continue reading Being part of the Remnant part 4; Prevailing

Prophetic Word for the Church in the UK.

Ezekiel 37 The Lord is showing me the Church in the UK as a valley of dead and dry bones. When I meditated what I see is quite detailed beyond what I read in the narrative. The Lord made me understand that these dead bones were not good to look at, nor were they pleasant to smell. I wanted to look away. I had determined in my mind that they were dead. There was no hope. Many who truly have a call to the Church in this nation, have been offended by the dual reality. Dead bones playing alive. Actively … Continue reading Prophetic Word for the Church in the UK.

In the Beginning God…was the Word

Genesis 1:1& John 1:1 It is so natural to bring a New Year message with a “Beginning” word. Yet when God comes to superimpose His take on the natural thought process so gently and so profound it is wonderful. In 2 Corinthians 5:17 we see the essence of what we celebrate in New Year. The old passing and embracing the New. Yet not all what we embrace is good or right. The Lord is making a statement. In the beginning…God…Yet very often what begins is not God but a representation of self and its foundation less structures of thought. Yet … Continue reading In the Beginning God…was the Word