Today: [Numbers Chapter Sixteen] Surviving a Church Fight with Your Destiny Intact. In this chapter we find Moses in conflict with a wealthy Israelite by the name of Korah. Moses is challenged and criticized for not producing deliverance as promised. 250 men rise up to remove Moses and Aaron but God intervenes and before the day is over 14,000 people pay with their lives. Rebellion always comes with a hidden and terrible cost. Christians are masters of rebellion, criticism and judgmentalism. By studying the example of Korah you will learn how to come out of these horrible situations with your … (click link or title to continue)
Today: [Numbers Chapter Fifteen] In this chapter God continues to instruct Moses and the people regarding their conduct before Him when they come into the land of promise. To the children of Israel entering Canaan was still very much only a hope and a possibility. To God the land of Milk and Honey was foregone conclusion. There was no question that God would bring them into their blessing time. The question was however would they remain faithful to Him once He brought them out of the wilderness.
Today: [Numbers Chapter Fourteen] Avoiding the Wilderness Trip! In this chapter the people respond to the 10 spies who brought back the evil report. The voice of reason and rationale often provokes us to react to problems in fear and doubt. The evil report of the 10 spies could have been motivated out of a healthy caution and sensibility but the end result was 40 years of disappointment and death. The people are poised on the threshold of tremendous breakthrough but they listened to the wrong counsel. The bible does say there is wisdom in a multitude of counselors but … (click link or title to continue)
Numbers Chapter Thirteen: Believing the Good Report. In this chapter the 12 spies go into the land of Canaan to bring back a report to Moses and the people. God seldom allows us to go into a situation without our eyes open. He will keep you informed and nothing will take you by surprise IF you will listen. The choice the spies had to make and the choice you must make is whether or not you believe the GOOD report of God’s sovereignty over every obstacle or will you believe what the circumstances say?
Today: [Numbers Chapter Twelve] Dealing with Your Critics. In this chapter Moses is criticized by those closest to him. His response earns him the title of the most “meek man” that ever lived. Zipporah was a Midianite and from all accounts a strong personality. Many times the spouse of a man or woman of God can be an Achilles’ heel to a leader. In this chapter we explore the God-honoring response to the shortcomings of our leaders and what the consequences are when we choose otherwise.
Today: [Numbers Chapter Eleven] Would that All God’s People were Prophets! In this chapter the people complain once again about the Manna. Moses is at the end of his patience and cries out to God. In His mercy God offers to take the prophetic spirit on Moses and give it to 70 elders to help Moses bear the burden of the people. In the midst of this great blessing there were consequences for the people. They got what they asked for with undesirable consequences. We should be careful what we pray for. Our prayers have more weight with God than … (click link or title to continue)
Second Session of a monthly prophetic meeting hosted by Father’s Heart Ministry and Prophets Russ and Kitty Walden. The teaching is on session one – there is a conclusion in this recording and then personal prophetic words following. Special guest Prophet Jess Bielby. Jess Bielby was prophetic when prophetic wasn’t cool! He shares in Branson an encouraging word and prophesies over the individuals present.
First Session of a monthly prophetic meeting hosted by Father’s Heart Ministry and Prophets Russ and Kitty Walden. Special guest Prophet Jess Bielby. Jess Bielby was prophetic when prophetic wasn’t cool! He shares in Branson an encouraging word and prophesies over the individuals present.
Today: [Numbers Chapter Ten] The Trumpets of Redemption. In this chapter God instructs Moses to fashion two silver trumpets used in calling the people together. These trumpets speak of the message of the gospel and the character of the gospel is reflected in the silver used to fashion them. There is much condemnation and judgment preached today but the trumpets were not of brass (judgment) but of sliver (redemption). We will see in this chapter today are reflection of the legitimate character of the gospel which is supposed to be “good news” as opposed to the condemnation and denunciation often … (click link or title to continue)