The day prior to teaching on prophecy at our church I had a conversation with a friend from out of town. When I told her that I would be teaching about prophecy the next day she said she would rather not come because so many of the wonderful future "words" she had received had not … Continue reading Have you ever been disappointed?
Here is an email I received yesterday. I pray this inspires you to give it a try. Dear Pastor Mark,Thank you so much for your message yesterday on the gift of prophecy. I was greatly encouraged by it. As you asked your congregation to pray for one another, I prayed for a friend who I … Continue reading You Never Know Unless You Try
Hello again, the last time I spoke with you we talked about trust, particularly in the time of the Corona virus (see video) We are in a position where peace is very difficult to find, and I mentioned that peace and trust are related. The more we trust God the more peace we have, and … Continue reading How can I get some peace?
Psalm. 133:1-3 “How very good and pleasant it is when kindred live together in unity! It is like the precious oil on the head, running down upon the beard, on the beard of Aaron, running down over the collar of his robes. It is like the dew of Hermon, which falls on the mountains of … Continue reading Attracting God’s Glory Part 2
When we speak of Gods’ glory we are usually talking about a display of His power. This comes through a demonstration of the supernatural power of the Holy Spirit. It can be a supernatural experience of the peace of God or it can be through a supernatural healing or an accurate prophetic word. Whatever the … Continue reading Attracting God’s Glory
In our last blog post we talked about what Apostle Paul wrote to the church of Philippi about our Citizenship in Heaven. Here is the rest of the blog post as well as the video. WHAT DOES CITZENSHIP IN HEAVEN MEAN IN PRACTICE? The values you live by are not of this world. I am … Continue reading Citizenship in Heaven Part 2
As we continue to explore the power of God in our lives, we will take a look in the letter Paul wrote to the Philippians. We see how he has defined our core Christian identity as people who accept the following as true; 1. That sufferings and trials are a part of the Christian life, … Continue reading Our Citizenship is in Heaven
Here are a few assumptions: 1. You want to see more of “Your Kingdom come on Earth as it is in Heaven” through your life and your church. After all, this is how Jesus taught us to pray. 2. You believe in the supernatural power of the Holy Spirit. That is to say, you believe … Continue reading Risk Taking Part 2
“We have different gifts, according to the grace given us. If a man’s gift is prophesying, let him use it in proportion to his faith…” Romans 12:6
This makes perfect sense: You don’t do something you don’t believe you should do. Also, you don’t do something you don’t believe you CAN do.