Praise The Lord Testimony – Raised from the dead testimony

Folks, here is a testimony by Apostolic Evangelist Lee Stoneking at the United Nations in New York  on 22 April, 2015 .

Praise The Lord Testimony – it is remarkable what The Lord has done.

May your faith be encouraged for there is nothing impossible with God. Praise The Lord!

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Innermost Chamber ~ SoS Saturday

Many Waters - SoS header

I long to bring you to my innermost chamber—
This holy sanctuary you have formed within me.
O that I might carry you within me.
I would give you the spiced wine of my love,
This full cup of bliss that we share.
We would drink our fill unit…

Song 8:1-2 ~ The Passion Translation

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“Religious Truth” Is An Oxymoron

Doing research for another post, I looked up the definition of theology in the Americanreligions Heritage Dictionary. The iconic lexicon claimed, in part, that theology was a close cousin to “religious truth”. Those two words are an oxymoron and mutually exclusive.

Religious” is an adjective, and in this phrase used to describe truth. Truth, however, is a person–Jesus Christ. not a noun. Jesus was not religious. In fact He pummeled the “religious” Jewish leadership and called them hypocrites who didn’t know God.

Truth in religion is relative. For instance, Catholic truth is opposed to Presbyterian truth. And Baptist truth differs from Jewish truth. Mormon truth doesn’t gel with Lutheran truth. Some even say their religious truth is the only truth and  if you don’t believe their truth, they believe you’re going to hell.

So, pick your religion, pick your truth. Unfortunately no “religious truth” has anything to do with the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

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Get beyond Christ’s crucifixion…into the Throneroom…where Christ is active right now with all power and authority!

Many Christians today find themselves “stuck” at Calvary (at the crucifixion of Christ) and yes I admit Calvary is the basis for forgiveness, Salvation and healing. Just remember, after Christ died at Calvary he rose from the grave, bodily resurrected, and is now exalted and seated at the right hand of God the Father. He’s not just a crucified Christ but He’s alive and doing something now in the body of Christ!

Christ is alive – in the Throneroom and doing things actively, now, present tense! He’s alive and reaching out to you and I! He’s alive and in you and I! Christ has all power in Heaven and on Earth! Christ has power over sickness, power over sin, power over the flesh, and power over the Devil! Christ is supreme above all things in time and eternity.

The deity of Christ is one of the most important things anyone can ever learn about God! God doesn’t want believer’s to be stuck at Calvary 2015 years ago (only). god wants us to be wrapped up in the person of Christ, past tense, present tense, and future tense! Christ is alive NOW and in the Throneroom, even as I write these words on this Blog. Christ not only forgives us from sin but He also cleanses and purifies the hearts of believers from an Adamic nature…present tense…and gives VICTORY! Victory to live happy and contented in this life! GLORY!

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Joyful ‘Toons – Grace Radio

Grace Radio - Ephesians 2:8

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Nuggets – Going and Returning

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“I will go down with thee into Egypt; and I will also surely bring thee up again: and Joseph shall put his hand upon thine eyes.” (Genesis 46:4)

Imagine the turmoil that Jacob must have felt when he heard the news that Joseph was alive and wanted him to move to Egypt. His son, whom he had thought dead for many years, was not only alive but governor of Egypt! As difficult as this was for him to believe, Jacob no doubt had myriad other emotions crowding in on him. God had directed him to Canaan, as with his fathers, Abraham and Isaac. This was the land of promise, and yet circumstances seemed to indicate that God was leading him away. In the past, God had always spoken to him directly before each important move, and Jacob must have had that in mind as they traveled.

The company stopped at Beersheba, the southern boundary of the promised land. Here Jacob had lived with his parents (Genesis 28:10). Here God had repeated His covenant to Isaac (Genesis 26:24), and here Jacob decided to build an altar to ask God for clear leading before leaving the land (Genesis 46:1), and God graciously answered: “I am God, the God of thy father: fear not to go down into Egypt; for I will there make of thee a great nation” (Genesis 46:3). Furthermore, God assured Jacob, in our text, that when His purposes in Egypt were accomplished, He would “bring thee up again” into the land of promise. Many details were as yet unknown to Jacob, but he gladly obeyed.

This pattern is applicable to us. As we endeavor to follow God’s leading, we should proceed as best we can discern the situation (assuming there is no scriptural teaching to the contrary), all the while praying for wisdom and clarification. He may shut the door and redirect, or He may confirm our decision. We can proceed in the confidence that He will go with us, and when the time is right, He will lead us on. JDM

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BIBLE DAILY DEVOTIONAL – 2 Kings 9 – 11 – Unfinished business

Unfinished business: 2 Kings 9-11

By Dr Bob Dellinger

https://oneyeardevotional.wordpress.com/2014/04/22/god-brings-justice-2-kings-9-11/

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Today’s reading: 2 Kings 9-11.

If you have children, you know what matters most is what they do – not what they say they are going to do. Jesus made that point clear in one of his parables. For us, God’s children, it also matters a lot that our heavenly Father does what he says he is going to do. Fortunately for us, he is always true to his word.

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HE LIFTS US UP: Different Paths and Different Ways

Different paths…
and different ways…
For God gives us a choice…
and many have strayed.
But it’s only when some fail…
getting immersed in sin…
that they get broken…
and then turn hearts to Him.
For some can not learn…
from others’ mistakes…
and their own brokenness…
is sometimes what it takes.
Cause God’s way is not our way…
and our paths are never straight.
For it is in our struggles…
that we increase in faith.
So do not judge others…
and do not criticize.
For they may be on God’s path…
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A Modern Day Holocaust

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I have to be honest many times when I see a “read more” on Facebook, or a link on a blog or e-mail I lose interest. In our world of instant information our attention span can be pretty short. Continue reading

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“Of Mice and Men”- Troas and Ephesus -What’s the Difference?

“Afterward Paul felt compelled by the Spirit to go over to Macedonia and Achaia before going to Jerusalem.”And after that,” he said, “I must go on to Rome!”.” Acts 19:21(NLT)

“When the uproar was over, Paul sent for the believers and encouraged them. Then he said good-bye and left for Macedonia.” Acts 20:1 (NLT).

“When I came to the city of Troas to preach the Good News of Christ, the Lord opened a door of opportunity for me. But I had no peace of mind because my dear brother Titus hadn’t yet arrived with a report from you. So I said good-bye and went on to Macedonia to find him.” 2 Corinthians 2:12-13 (NLT)

PAULIn a deep desire to know more of Christ, we are trawling through a period of time in which this writer considers Paul to have been moving in such grace and power as to be the ultimate peak of New Testament ministry. The Apostle Paul’s mission to Ephesus, and his impact on the whole Roman province of Asia is one of the hardest challenges of scripture to emulate. I do not believe that any church, denomination or evangelist has ever matched “Ephesus” in any way whatsoever. Ephesus was taken for Christ. The whole of Asia heard the word of God. Churches were founded in many places and we know of at least 14 that were founded around this time throughout Asia.  Those I am aware of are listed below in the context of these pages. It was such a God sanctioned mission that when Jesus Christ Himself wanted to speak to the church as a whole in the Apocalypse, He did not tell John to write to Jerusalem, Antioch, Rome or Alexandria. It was the most established churches and divinely significant churches that came into being as a result of Paul’s mission in Asia, while he was based at Ephesus, i.e. the seven churches of Asia.

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