Month: March 2010
I've been walking with the Lord for 30 years, and it occurs to me that one thing I've never seen is a miraculous healing or move of God at a Christian entertainment venue...like at a church where the pastor's singing voice,
"Learn to do well; seek judgment, relieve the oppressed, judge the fatherless, plead for the widow." ~Isaiah 1:17 (KJV)
God is obssessed with underdogs. The oppressed, the widow, the orphan. So much so that He defines the true purpose of learning as becoming equipped to defend and deliver
According to Parable of the Sower you can be choked with the cares, riches
"In the 18th century and until 1 January 1980, Britain defined alcohol content in terms of
Have you ever yawned at a miracle?
Sounds sacreligious? Dangerous even? Like lightning-bolt-enducing dangerous? Well, it's
REJECTION is really liberation to
Somehow, you ended up under an open heaven. You received. Great revelation, a powerful anointing, a new burst of faith, energy and purpose. And
I'm not saying He was a child abuser, or anything like that. But there are a couple of incidents that stand out in my life that people won't allow me (or the whole world, for that matter) to forget: the wilderness and the cross. There are millions, perhaps billions, of people who are suffering right now, underachieving, undertrying, underliving, because they can't get past the memory of
My mother-in-law dies on President's Day. Ten days later a coven of somber faced morticians seal her platinum colored coffin and lower her remains into oddly chilled Florida dirt.