Christ’s return is in two stages: The Rapture and The Second Coming. These are separated by a period of 7 years. The Rapture is when Christ returns to receive believers in mid-air. This episode answers why we believe in a pre-tribulation rapture of the church and how it connects us the promise to the church in the book of Revelations?
All nations will turn against Israel in the last days and the entire world will be focused on Jerusalem. It is possible that the issue of Palestine and the conflict surrounding the Temple Mount, will only increase the world's pressure being placed on Israel. This episode highlights key events concerning Israel as foretold in Scripture.
God has revealed to us in His Word, truth about creation, redemption, life, death, eternity and things to come. Approximately 2,500 prophecies appear in the pages of the Bible, about 2,000 of which already have been fulfilled. The Bible contains 10,385 verses predicting the return of the Lord. We will consider a few Bible prophecies to show their accuracy and strength.
Chosen vessels must be consecrated. Chosen vessels must be filled with God. Chosen vessels must be anointed and yielded because we are chosen to be vessels on honour.
A new anointing will increase your strength. It brings freshness. It will make you a new person. A new anointing requires a new you.
In this episode we look into the lives of Moses, Elisha, Jabez and David who weren't comfortable with where they were but kept pressing for more of God. Don't miss your moment for more. Also be careful to not look for more the wrong way, wrong places.
As believers, we need to move with God into the future He has for us. You reach your destination one step at a time, one mile at a time. Sometimes the next step may be at the same level. Sometimes the next step may be one level up which may require additional effort. In this journey don't let your past hold you back.
This year you will receive an outpouring of blessings that you cannot contain (Malachi 3:10). While the Scriptures apply to us all of the time, in God's dealings with us as individuals and as a community, there are specific seasons He brings us into. The Psalmist said, my times are in His hands (Psalm 31:15). The times and seasons of life are in His hands. And as He brings us into specific seasons, we need to be aware of what He intends to do and we must respond correctly.
We find the real joy of Christmas when we make the Savior the focus of the season. Our celebration of Christmas should be a reflection of the love and selflessness taught by the Savior.
The glory cloud of God's manifest presence actually has rain of miracles, signs, wonders, harvest of souls, etc. We must pull it down. We must have a continued hunger and desperate desire to see His power and glory. Alongside silence and quietness are important keys to stepping into the glory. We need to be sensitive to both. Get hungry for new realms of Glory!