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Church Meetings or No Meetings?

If you are asking whether or not "churches" should have meetings, you are asking the wrong question. This is not the pivotal issue of faithfulness ...
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I am an Overcomer of the China Virus

Our excellent team of nearly thirty people was in Bethlehem right after a group of pilgrims from South Korea exposed that city to the virus. ...
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Julgamento, Colheita ou Tempestade Demoníaca?

(Dr. Don Lynch, com tradução de @marcosacamargo – 23MAR2020) O reino se depara congelado em seu lugar sem um consenso espiritual robusto porque não pode ...
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Judgment, Reaping, or Demonic Storm?

The kingdom stands frozen in place without a robust spiritual consensus because we cannot decide if God wants to kill thousands of people or the ...
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A Fathering Story: Do What I Do

Our entire group was in jeopardy, and God began to speak to me about the situation during the night. I was working myself out mentally ...
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Modern Metaphoric Messes

Biblical metaphors are as common as verses. Similes and metaphors are literary tools used to communicate spiritual reality by comparing some aspects of spiritual things ...
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Providential Pathway: Identity, Christ, and Process

The Involved God symphonically orchestrates All to the good of those that love Him, people appointed, chosen, ordained, and authorized (by His intention) to produce ...
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Charismata as Spiritual Capacities, not Motivational Gifts

Every person arrives with created destiny and matching dispositional tendencies. These qualities and conditions are immediately challenged by a blighted world controlled by the influence ...
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The Todd Bentley Affair and Kingdom Accountability

The Kingdom Approach Every believer in the kingdom of God should reach a clear conclusion about this tragic situation because it is much larger in ...
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Rebels and Ultimatums

Recognizing Rebellion The rebel seldom defines their posture as "rebellious." Few are proud of being rebels. Rebels functions in a delusion warp of personal justification. ...
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The Logos of God: Regaining An Appropriate Appraisal of Scholarly Elders

The Mindset of God The Logos of God is Jesus as a manifested revelation of God, and the eternal, unchanging mindset of God. The Bible ...
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Fathers of Nations

Fathering Lineage God's point of view for Abraham was more than the origination of nations. He was a father of nations in more than the ...
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The Logos of God: Regaining An Appropriate Appraisal of Scholarly Elders

December 28, 2019

In other words, entering the Roaring Twenties, we should reset our value system to a Biblical point of view about the value of overseers with expertise and experience, both of which are gained by extended exposure to the graphe, rhema, and Logos. We should regain our appreciation and appraisal of the scholar of the written Word.

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Fathers of Nations

December 27, 2019

We must see “fathers” and “inheritors” in the context of God’s Oikos, a lineage of inheritance through which the purposes of God become available in greater opportunity for fullness in each succeeding generation.

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Equipping Ain’t Equipping

December 17, 2019

The famous phrase from Paul’s discussion of kingdom leadership, “equipping the saints,” ain’t about equipping. At least, not so much. The idea that local church pastors teach people to do stuff so they aren’t doing it all – well, that is so far removed from what Paul discusses that we need to start all over to think about Ephesians 4.

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Was the Original Ecclesia a House-church Movement?

December 16, 2019

To the specific point of the urban legend about the original church had no building or budgets, led by one apostle, distributed in house churches is not the model for the New Era Reformation.

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Kingdom Therapy for Personal Wholeness

December 15, 2019

He wants us to mature into overcomers. He wants us to represent Him as qualified, authentic inheritors. He wants us to respond to the constant, consistent challenges to our wholeness with overcoming authority and power.

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The Test of Prophetic Company

December 11, 2019

If you are preparing prophets for the office in the various specializations of prophetic personality and production, you will lead them to a prophetic preparation plateau.

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Do We Go to Heaven or Speak to Dead People to Receive Revelation?

November 25, 2019

My spirit is part of me. I am not standing around with my body and soul, while my spirit is off doing universal cruises and flights into realms. I am one. I perceive with my spirit in spiritual reality just as I do physically with my physical body. I am not a take-apart potato man.

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The “We Need Our Own Translation” Syndrome

November 20, 2019

So, we started down this American path of updating the Bible to fit the 1960s and started looking for a way to make Jesus say, “Don’t judge.” We can only do this by ignoring the passage in context, the remainder of the words of Jesus, the instructions of Paul, and the behavior of all apostles and kingdom leaders in the new covenant portion, and the principle, processes, and protocols of kingdom culture.

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The New Era Reformation and Renaissance

November 4, 2019

Modern church-growthism cannot be judged any less guilty of syncretism than Dark Ages Roman error. By combining Renaissance thinking and humanism – the autonomy of Man – with its contemporary, limited “authority of the Bible” hodge-podge. Blending existing culture into church-anity is the opposite of kingdom culture. You will find this basic to church-growthism but contrary to the strategy of the King.

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Kingdom Glory: Here and Now

November 1, 2019

The “Not Yet, but Later” idea misses the entire point about the kingdom of God. It says the spiritual kingdom is not as real as the physical manifestation of the spiritual kingdom. That kingdom will always be spiritual with a physical manifestation. The issue at present isn’t whether or not we have the kingdom or the manifestation of the fullness of the kingdom, but the hiddenness of the glory of the kingdom. We must discuss the influence of the kingdom of God in the Earth as a kingdom instead of ignoring the kingdom of God as if “church” substitutes for it until the physical return of the King.

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