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Life to Our Physical Bodies               

Life to Our Physical Bodies               

Our health should be a primary focus of intercession. God has spent many years raising us up, equipping us, and training us. Yet we are aware that “unless those days had been cut short, no life would have been saved; but for the sake of the elect those days will be cut short”...

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Abide in Him           

Abide in Him           

Everything about religion, everything that we tend to do to relate to God is from a place of being separated from God. Our very form of worship recognizes our distance from Him, and we excuse it by thinking, “I can’t be like God. I’m not supposed to be like God.” Yet when...

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Now Is the Time           

Now Is the Time           

Christ defeated satan at the cross, but in our daily lives this remains a provision until it is appropriated. We also know that in the fullness of time God sent His Son to be born of a woman and to be our Savior (Galatians 4:4–5). It was something that had been provided for in...

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The Kingdom Is Like a Steamroller       

The Kingdom Is Like a Steamroller       

The Body of Christ needs to move in a prophetic declaration this year as we face what is going to unfold. We will see waves of things happening where God is dealing with specific areas of government, finance and business, education, arts, the legal realm, health, religion,...

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With All Your Heart    

With All Your Heart    

If God tells you to do something, then He will equip you to do it. God does not just tell Israel to love Him with all their heart, He equips them by circumcising their hearts and enabling them to love Him (Deuteronomy 30:5–6). And I believe it is the same with us. You are to...

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Our God Is One    

Our God Is One    

When Christ came and dwelled among us, He was the Word of God made flesh (John 1:1, 14). This idea of recognizing the presence of God in relationship to His Word is absolutely necessary for us. God and His Word are one. It is only when you really look at Immanuel, “God with...

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The Feast of Joy

The Feast of Joy

The Feast of Tabernacles is also referred to as the Feast of the Lord, which shows us how important this celebration is. It is a time of rejoicing when we are to be altogether joyful. The whole point of living for seven days in simple shelters—booths or tabernacles—is to recall...

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The Final Deliverance

The Final Deliverance

The Feast of Atonement or Yom Kippur is pertinent to our lives as Christians because it deals with our total deliverance from any duality of nature and the sin that dwells within us. In Leviticus 16:29–33, we see an amazing picture of two goat sacrifices. Aaron sacrifices the...

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When God Comes Down

When God Comes Down

Nothing takes place without the Lord’s presence. When God met Moses at the burning bush in the wilderness, He said, “I have surely seen the affliction of My people who are in Egypt, and have given heed to their cry because of their taskmasters, for I am aware of their...

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Your Greatest Enemy

Your Greatest Enemy

We live in a generation of destiny where God is looking for much to happen. But how do we walk in that destiny if we really do not understand the Lord when He speaks? Read the account of Yeshua (Jesus) in the boat with His disciples as they went to the other side of the Sea of...

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Comfort My People

Comfort My People

A lot of people probably do not know about the annual Jerusalem Prayer Breakfast, which is now in its seventh year going forward. You may think, “Okay, prayer breakfast—you get together and pray; you know, there are all kinds of prayer breakfasts in the US.” I had the privilege...

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Walk into Life

Walk into Life

On the cross Yeshua (Jesus) conquered death and made His life available to us. He said, “I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly” (John 10:10).1 Christ’s resurrection introduced life for our mortal bodies now—not just for some future event when the dead are...

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Clothed in Glory

Clothed in Glory

I want to create a cry in your heart like the cry of Moses: “I pray You, show me Your glory!” (Exodus 33:18).1 When Moses went out to the tent of meeting, the presence of God would descend and stand at the entrance of the tent. Thus God spoke to Moses face to face, as a man...

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The Cloud of Witnesses and You

The Cloud of Witnesses and You

I want to talk to you about the cloud of witnesses and the faithful saints who walked with God before us (Hebrews 12:1). We call Hebrews 11 the chapter of faith because it talks about people like Abel, Enoch, Noah, Abraham, Sarah, and David—men and women who walked by faith and...

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Love Your Impasse

Love Your Impasse

We live in a fight of faith because God is making us a people of faith. He will make you a spiritual son who believes until your faith cannot be moved. “For it is God who is at work in you, both to will and to work for His good pleasure” (Philippians 2:13).1 He will work in you...

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Today, Step into His Glory

Today, Step into His Glory

The glory of God is the fullness of His presence. It cannot help but be creative and change things—it is God. We are transformed from glory to glory by being in the presence of our Father, and then we become transformational to everything around us. All creation “will be set...

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