The greatest days in church history are not in your past
High speed internet is a relative term. I'm retired. I have been for several years. So, when the stay home order was issued frankly it didn't impact my daily life as much as it did others. Then something happened I was hurled into the same pause as the rest of the planet. My eighty four … Continue reading Pause
I believe worship determines outcomes. Jack Hayford made that statement in the introduction of his book The Reward of Worship: The Joy of Fellowship with a Personal God. He wrote those words as he reflected on his observation of two devote men on a flight to London from the U.S. It was just dawn and … Continue reading The Nearness of God is my Good
If you're looking for a book to dig into this week might I suggest The Master's Indwelling by Andrew Murray. In his incredible book Murray discusses the self life, waiting on God, the kingdom first and the source of power in prayer. I especially like how he describes entering into rest. I copied my favorite … Continue reading Entrance into Rest
In the Spirit, I am seeing a harvest of prophetic words recently being gathered in. That harvest produced a yield which is now being taken to the next stage. Once this next stage of preparation is completed the fresh bread made from this new grain will be served to the body of Christ.
Moving Beyond the Dalet is: responding to the Spirit driven shifts and changes initiated by God, by accepting His invitation to make any necessary adjustments in my personal paradigms, beliefs and doctrine in order to align and come into agreement with God's kingdom truths.
Leaving Church and Becoming Ekklesia gives more than insight. It is an equipping tool for how and what to do. Tim Kurtz puts practical handles on the process.
This book is a great introduction to the work the Holy Spirit is doing in this hour in the church.