Morning Light – Jeremiah 38 Today: [Jeremiah 38] Jeremiah’s Captivity Continues. In this chapter Jeremiah is moved to two different prisons. He is held captive because his words from God are considered traitorous. Have you ever heard from God something that wasn’t popular with those around you? Jeremiah suffered greatly for his prophetic words, but remained faithful to God as an example to all those who deign to speak in His name. Streaming live daily at: http://bit.ly/2luPMYU [Jer 38:1-28 KJV] 1 Then Shephatiah the son of Mattan, and Gedaliah the son of Pashur, and Jucal the son of Shelemiah, and … (click link or title to continue)
Is the bible infallible? Is it perfect and without error? Most believers reactive answer to this would be “of course!” It would be beneficial, however to go a step beyond and remind ourselves WHY we venerate the bible (beyond cultural, religious considerations). For decades, even centuries our society and even Christian learning institutions have assailed without let up the idea of the scriptures being infallible, or without error. What do the scriptures in themselves say about their unique and special origin and nature? Do the scriptures in themselves insist that whatever canon God Himself would recognize is unique, perfect, without … (click link or title to continue)
5 Waves of the Spirit Papa Don Matison and Prophet Russ Walden minister at Father’s Heart Ministry HQ in Branson, Missouri. Don speaks and Russ follows up on the subject “5 Waves of the Spirit”.
Morning Light – Jeremiah 37 Today: [Jeremiah 37] Faithfulness Under Fire. Have you ever suffered for your testimony in Christ? In this chapter, we find Jeremiah suffering further, even to the point of death under the cruelties of king Zedekiah. In spite of his difficulties, Jeremiah remains faithful to his calling as an example to all those who would live godly in Christ Jesus. Streaming live daily at: http://bit.ly/2luPMYU [Jer 37:1-21 KJV] 1 And king Zedekiah the son of Josiah reigned instead of Coniah the son of Jehoiakim, whom Nebuchadrezzar king of Babylon made king in the land of Judah. … (click link or title to continue)
Morning Light – Jeremiah 36 Today: [Jeremiah 36] Consequences of Rejecting the Prophetic. In this chapter Jeremiah continues to remonstrate with king Jehoiakim, the son of Josiah. He is held imprisoned in the king’s house yet commands his words to be declared before the people, the elders and the king himself. The king acting in contempt burns the scroll of Jeremiah’s words and considers that the end of the matter. Jeremiah, however commissions a second, longer scroll and declares that Jehoiakim will die in shame and not be buried with his fathers. Such is the fate of those who reject … (click link or title to continue)
Morning Light – Jeremiah 35 Today: [Jeremiah 35] When Should We Disobey the Prophets? In this chapter God sends Jeremiah to a family of nomads and commands them to disobey a covenant not to drink wine. In reality God was not testing this family, but rather demonstrating how faithful they were to the commands of their patriarch. The question comes, however are we to blindly obey outside authority? Does obedience to a pastor or leader take precedence over what we may feel the voice of God is telling us to do in a given situation? Where does the blessing of … (click link or title to continue)
Morning Light – Jeremiah 34 Today: [Jeremiah 34] Letting Our Captives Go Free. In this chapter the city of Jerusalem is about to fall to the king of Babylon. Under pressure and needing fresh troops, king Zedekiah frees the slaves in the city, then changes his mind when it looks like they will prevail in battle. Because of this Jeremiah declares that they city will fall regardless because of the duplicity of the people in failing to honor their word and release their own captives. Have you ever held someone captive to your expectations and demands? Our failure to forgive … (click link or title to continue)
Morning Light – Jeremiah 33 Today: [Jeremiah 33] The Unfailing Covenant of God’s Goodness: In this chapter Jeremiah receives several words associated with God’s repetitive declarations of His faithfulness to His people. At this point when the city is about to fall, and the nation of Judah be destroyed, people are asking “what about God’s promise?” Do you ever feel like God’s promise has failed you? In this chapter, we find answers to this dilemma and an unfailing affirmation of God’s promise to perform His word in our lives. Streaming live daily at: http://bit.ly/2luPMYU [Jer 33:1-26 KJV] 1 Moreover the … (click link or title to continue)
Open the Floodgates – Apostle Don Matison Apostle Don Matison, Prophet Russ Walden and Terri Allen share on the the imminent outpouring of God in the earth today and how we might position ourselves to participate in what God is doing.