Today:[Leviticus Chapter Four] Mercy is God’s First Response. In this chapter we come to the third kind of sacrifice, that of the sin or trespass offering. We have looked at the consecration offering and the peace or covenantal offering, now we come to the sin offering. The mention is made of “sinning in ignorance”. How does God deal with sin? God’s response to sin is to extend his mercy and provide means of returning to fellowship and relationship with Him through the shed blood of Christ. Even as His first response to sin is mercy even so our first response … (click link or title to continue)
A friend of our ministry works in a food pantry dealing with people every day from the dregs of society. Many have no stove, no refrigerator, little of the necessities of life. She ministers to them but struggles with the bitterness and rebellion she often sees as they demand that she serve them on her terms. She asked this question: “How do I pray for them and still lay this down and not carry that burden…” Here was my answer: “How to lay down the burden… I have a apostle friend who stands before 10’s of thousands in Nigeria and … (click link or title to continue)
Join Prophets Russ and Kitty Walden and guests Apostle Don Matison and Missionary Bob Alarid as they share on the power of the cup of Christ and take communion with you. Miracles happen when you partake of the table of the Lord in a revelational understanding of the covenant between God and man.
Today:[Leviticus Chapter Three] Friendship with God in the Peace Offering. In this chapter we learn about a form of sacrifice called the peace offering. In the peace offering we are acknowledging that Jesus is our peace and we are pursuing covenantal friendship with God even as Abraham did of old. The peace offering called for special handling of blood, and fat, and kidneys. These were considered the choicest parts of the animal and reflected giving God the best of ourselves even as God has given us His best in Jesus Christ.
Today:[Leviticus Chapter Two] Becoming a Salted Offering to God. In Leviticus two we find instruction regarding the grain offering. The grain offering is the only offering that was seen as an “offering of the soul”. In giving the grain offering God saw it as literally giving your soul to God. The grain offering was required to be offered with salt, oil, and frankincense. This speaks to us of the wholesome restoration and balance God wants to bring into your life as you offering yourself to him. A very encouraging message today.
Today:[Leviticus Chapter One] Made One in the Sacrifice. The tabernacle of Moses was six months in the making. It is now set up and the people are gathered as God speaks to Moses out of the Glory. What would God say? Perhaps to their surprise everything that God says to Moses is about approaching near to Him in fellowship and relationship through sacrifice and blood covenant. For you this represents the sacrifice of Jesus intended for one overarching purpose – to bring you near to your God.
Session Two: Prophets Russ and Kitty Walden travelled to Pagosa Springs, Colorado recently and ministered before a full house. They prophesied into the destiny of this city and also brought a word about the Bridal Mercy of God. This first session includes breaking the ancient curses of poverty and celibacy that have impeded the destiny of so many of God’s people in the earth.
Prophets Russ and Kitty Walden travelled to Pagosa Springs, Colorado recently and ministered before a full house. They prophesied into the destiny of this city and also brought a word about the Bridal Mercy of God. This first session includes breaking the ancient curses of poverty and celibacy that have impeded the destiny of so many of God’s people in the earth.
Today:[Exodus Chapter Forty] Bringing the Cloud of Glory into Your Life. Final chapter of Exodus. The tabernacle and artifacts are complete and Moses erects the tent and installs the artifacts. Everything is anointed with oil – a type of the Holy Spirit. Aaron and his sons are washed and anointed to serve. The cloud of Glory descends and abides in the camp from that day forward. The tabernacle is a figure of your own person for you are God’s habitation. As you are washed and anointed the glory of God descends upon you to guide, provision and protect you all … (click link or title to continue)