Life is filled with choices! Studies report that we make more than 2,500 choices every day! Imagine just the first ten minutes of your day. What do you choose to think as soon as you wake and your eyes open? What do you choose to do as soon as your feet hit the floor?
On July 31, 2008 while in Red Deer, Alberta Canada for a conference, the Lord took me into a very interesting and enlightening revelatory experience.
Jesus tells us in Luke chapter 18 that we should always pray and not lose heart. We live in a day of crisis situations where many of God’s people have been overwhelmed with discouragement brought on by problems and perplexing situations.
God has put in our hands, in Jesus’ name, the way to be free from sin, sickness, and death.
The peace that God offers is not the absence of adversity, nor is it the end of trials and trouble.
The Holy Spirit is creating wind drafts of change to close the doors to the past and break open the doors to our future and destiny.
Change is needed. Exactly what changes are needed differ according to philosophy and our perceived needs, but change is what we’re looking for from our new president.
Prayer is a valuable asset to the believer. As such, prayer should be our first resource not our last resort. It is the key to the heart of God that unlocks all of the resources of heaven.
“…the exhortation to the church to pray for good government is inexplicably linked to the advance of the Kingdom of God.”
The mishpochah of Messianic Vision come from a wide variety of Christian “flavors” or doctrinal streams in the Body of Messiah. Some of us absolutely blanche at the mention of the word “tradition.” If something is a tradition, we reason, it’s got to be dead religion.