What Does Westboro Baptist Church and Ahmadinejad Have In Common?

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For the record: Ahmadinejad is a psychopath who deserves hell (we all do). He is not to be trusted and I just don’t like him. Nevertheless, something inside me (I believe it was the Holy Ghost) inspired me to dig further. When I actually read the unedited text of his address to the UN, I found that much of what he said about “the West” and our values was actually true! [Read more]

Is it Spiritual Warfare or Disobedience?

Spiritual Warfare has been a HOT topic for over 10-15 years. We’ll pay hard earned money for books and teaching CD’s to teach us strategies on how to combat the “spiritual wickedness in high places” (Ephesians 6:12). But does it have to be that complicated? Are we focusing our efforts (and money) in the right direction? [Read More]

Covetousness – It’s Either His Kingdom or Yours

Prior to this passage (Luke 12:1-12), Jesus was having an intense discussion with the crowds on the fear of man and the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit. Suddenly, some random guy in the crowd recognized the supernatural authority that Jesus carried and wanted to “pull” from that authority so that he could get richer here on earth. [Read More]

Prophetic Revelation and the Modern Media

Normally, I don’t visit or scan messages from prophetic web sites. I prefer to move forward and not dwell on my past involvement with that scene, but today my curiosity got the upper hand, and I checked out a site. I’m not sure if it’s a coincidence, a “God thing,” or what, but the author wrote an article that indirectly touched on a topic that God has been talking to me about for quite some time now. [Read More]

Treating the Bible like a Ouija Board

When the Holy Spirit reveals to us a new aspect of God’s character through scripture, we have a tendency to “camp out” on that revelation, convinced that we have special insight into the many facets of God. From that point onward, every time we find a new scripture to back up our viewpoint, we add it to our arsenal to use, while trying to convince others that our revelation is right and their revelation is wrong. [Read More]