The Church or You Wonder why those who never darken the door of a church, prosper? Why do 80% of the Jews prosper when most Christians don’t? Every week we throw in a couple of bucks to the offering basket but we never see any return. Why not? Is it the church’s fault? Whose responsibility is your prosperity? Here’s good news for you! Background Because Abraham believed and trusted God, he and all his descendants were chosen as “the people of God.” He let them in on all the secrets of prosperity. Passed down through generations, Moses collected God’s wisdom in 5 books known as the Pentateuch. Those who read it were able to take advantage of God’s naturally occurring laws, including health, wealth, safety, etc. Many believe the Old Testament was just for the Jews. Jesus ushered in a New Covenant. True, but he came to FULFILL the prophecy, not replace it. II Timothy 3:16 states: All (all, All, ALL) scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction for instruction in righteousness that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work. Like Oxygen and Water, anyone can take advantage of God’s gifts and principles. The Jews read the O.T. so know how to use God’s wealth principles. Most Christians don’t! Here’s some help! Responsibilities on...Read More
GOD knew Pharaoh couldn’t be trusted, for he repeatedly broke his promises to free God’s people. He’d eventually send his fully-equipped army on the Gaza land bridge, to kill or capture the Israelites. So, HE had Moses lead the Israelites east into a seeming trap at the Red Sea. Yes, it was a trap, but for Pharaoh’s army!Read More
Miracle n. an extraordinary event manifesting divine intervention in human affairs Around 700 B.C. “The Assyrians” captured most of Judah and Israel. Sennacherib, (Sin-ak-er-ib) their king with 185,000, fully-equipped, crack troops surrounded a weak Jerusalem, blaspheming God and His power to save the city. (I don’t know about you, but that sounds hopeless.) Soon, they’d all die. Let’s consider how large his fully-equipped army was. (The city of St. Louis is approximately 345,000 people in an area of 62 square miles.) This army with its horses, supply wagons, battering rams, support staff, cooks/kitchens, bathrooms, etc. would have had to take up considerable space. But let’s say it was only 11% of St. Louis’ land area or 7 square miles. That’s a lot of soldiers! Gravely concerned, Hezekiah ordered the Jerusalem’s inhabitants to pray while he sought advice from the prophet Isaiah. (I Corinthians 14:3 defines prophecy as edification, exhortation and comfort to men NOT prediction of the future.) Hezekiah was told, “Fear Not!” Sennacherib shall NOT come into this city, nor shoot an arrow there, etc. “For I (God) WILL defend this city to save it for My own sake.” Question: Would you believe a national leader backed by 185,000 troops at your doorstep – or GOD? Isaiah’s account says: The Angel of the Lord killed all the Assyrian soldiers. The next day when the people of Jerusalem awoke,...Read More
The Bible calls women – Wisdom, Knowledge and Understanding AND the FIRST thing God ever created. Actually, from the very beginning it’s been a partnership. No one can argue with the fact, women were with God before men. YES, God is Male!Read More
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