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Archive for August, 2008

A Coming Reformation !

Posted by appolus on August 31, 2008

We will capture again something of His majesty, His “awefulness,” meaning full of awe. This “cheap,” god that we currently worship will be no more. The Church is only as great as its perception of God. This missing “shekinah,” will be restored.

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Posted in C. Peter Wagner, end times, God TV, Ignited Church, Kansas City Prophets, Kobus van Rensburg, Mike Bickle, Paul Cain, religion, signs and wonders, the state of the church, Tod Bentley, warriors for christ | 7 Comments »

I got a letter from God!

Posted by appolus on August 25, 2008

I have a fifteen year old son Daniel who has Down Syndrome.  One week before Daniel was born,(we did not know we were having a Down Syndrome baby) I came home from church on a Sunday afternoon , full of the Holy Spirit. The Lord whispered in my ear to sit down with a pen and write whatever He put on my heart. I was to write to my Mom and Dad, I had no idea what I was going to write.

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Posted in C. Peter Wagner, Christianity, down syndrome, Extreme Prophetic, Florida Revival, God's love, Ignited Church, Kansas City Prophets, Kobus van Rensburg, Mike Bickle, Paul Cain, revival, signs and wonders, Spirituality, Todd Bentley | 13 Comments »

What fire, has the younger generation acquired?

Posted by appolus on August 18, 2008

So, how does this play into what is going on in the church today and the dilemma of the younger generation raised on acquire the fire and pump it up messages. This generation dwell almost entirely in the realm of the soul. Silence would terrify them. They have been raised to think that a heightened awareness of their senses is “the presence of God.” What a tragedy, not just for them, but for the unchurched world. If you were a unchurched person, you would get the same heightened feeling at any rock concert, and of course, most times the world does this better. Their concerts are their church. Just go to one, one time and you will see these people “worshipping,” corporately.

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Posted in anointing, Charisma Magazine, Charismatic, Christianity, church, Extreme Prophetic, faith, God TV, Ignited Church, Lakeland, Mike Bickle, pentecostal, revival, signs and wonders, spiritual gifts, Tod Bentley | 15 Comments »

The Walls of Jericho(The entryway to your place of peace)

Posted by appolus on August 15, 2008

It is impossible to make any further progress if you do not engage and destroy the walls and the enemy that lurks behind them in this, the mightiest of strongholds. It would be strategic suicide for you to try and move on into the Holy place by just going around these walls. Strongholds have to be dealt with, they are a place that the enemies of your soul can attack you from and then retreat back to. You would constantly have to look over your shoulder and would face the impossible situation of fighting your enemy on two fronts, in front of you and behind you.

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Posted in C. Peter Wagner, Charisma Magazine, church of england, Extreme Prophetic, Florida Outpouring, Florida Revival, Kobus van Rensburg, Lakeland Outpouring, Lakeland Revival, Rick Joyner, Tod Bentley, Todd Bentley critics | 2 Comments »

Gods mysterious Will, how can we know what it is?

Posted by appolus on August 6, 2008

So, when a trial comes, when tragedy strikes, when tribulation comes knocking at the door of a genuine Christian, how should one react? What do you believe about the “Will of God?” Is it your fault? Is it Satan’s fault? Is it God rebuking you? Are you being assaulted by demons? Does danger lurk everywhere? Can we be destroyed at any second by our enemy? Read the rest of this entry »

Posted in Christian, christian living, Christianity, church of england, Extreme Prophetic, faith, Florida Revival, gifts of the spirit, Lakeland Revival, prosperity gospel, religion, signs and wonders, Spirituality, theology, Tod Bentley | 2 Comments »