What made us Pentecostal?

January 30, 2014 by  
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article-0-14AD215E000005DC-994_634x422[1]Pentecostalism is a message for standing fast till the end. As Pentecostals, we preached this message before we had a sermon outline.

We went without knowing. We prayed without ceasing. We prophesied without seeing in the physical or even purposefully refusing to reckon with it.

We preached without a season, for preaching was the vibe of our ministry and the heartbeat of our churches. We preached because we had a testimony. We did not know how to say it, but we had something to say.

We did not know how to write a sermon, or a theological exposition, or an exegetical definition, or a leadership proposition, but we preached because we had an experience that NO sermon could recreate and no message could deliver.

We had met God upon the mountain and that personal meeting, that date with destiny, that divine appointment had become our source of life everlasting. And this is what made us Pentecostal.

Daniel and Revlation

January 25, 2014 by  
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The Great Tribulation

January 20, 2014 by  
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Rapture of the Church

January 15, 2014 by  
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Spiritual Problems and Solutions from the 7 Churches of Revelation

January 10, 2014 by  
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Network of the Seven Churches of Revelation

Although the Book of Revelation has been vastly studied and interpreted throughout church history, usually the focus is on one major issue within the text, namely, the role and future of the church. The main reason for this has been the in-depth prophetic and pastoral messages to the Seven Churches. The value of the messages to the Seven Churches of Revelation is constituted by the fact that they are the last recorded Biblical messages to the Christian Church. For this reason, the letters to the Seven Churches obviously do not contain all of the usual elements used in the New Testament epistolary form.

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January 5, 2014 by  
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1. Spirit to be poured out on all flesh (Joel 2:28)

2. Israel to be restored (Deuteronomy 28:64, 30:3 Jeremiah 29:14, 30:3 Isaiah)

3. Universal apostasy (2 Thessalonians 2:1-4)

4. Good will be called evil and evil good (Isaiah 5:20)

5. The watering down of the gospel (2 Tim 3:5, Matt 15:9)

6. False prophets and false Christs (Mat 24:24)

7. Worldly knowledge to increase (Dan 12:4)

8. Earthquakes, floods, famines, plagues and diseases (Matthew 24 and Luke 21)

9. Peace taken from the earth (Matthew 24 and Luke 21)

10. Increase in the wickedness, murder and crime among men (Mat 24/Luke 21)

11. People will not believe the signs (2 Peter 3:3-4, Matthew 16:1-4)

12. Increase in persecution of Christians (Matthew 24:9, Mark 13:9)

13. The Spread of nuclear weapons as predicted in the Bible

14. Middle East tension

15. NEW tower of BABEL


17. Revived Roman Empire

18. The Antichrist

19. The Mark of the Beast

20. FINAL SIGN: Gospel to be preached to all of the world (Mat 24:14/Rev 14:6-7)

2014: Year of the Glory of God

January 1, 2014 by  
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20142014 comes with a word from 1 Kings 8 where the glory of God has filled the newly built temple for the very first time. The same glory, which the prophet Isaiah will later see in the year when the king has died, and the prophet Ezekiel will see leaving the Holy of Holies.

When the glory fills the Temple, it is time for the leaders to pray for the nation. But while Moses had prayed in the same situation with a prayer of recollection of the past miracles of God, Solomon prays with a prophetic prayer for the future of the people of God.

And right there in v. 38 it states that the prayer made by “any man of all Thy people Israel can return the nation back to God.” Verse 39 continues with a supplication that contains a prophetic promise, which turns the personal perspective of one man into a destiny for the whole nation:

“Then hear thou in heaven thy dwelling place, and forgive, and do, and give to every man according to his ways, whose heart thou knowest; (for thou, even thou only, knowest the hearts of all the children of men;).”

The prayer of one man whose heart is known to God can return a nation back into the glory. Are you that man in 2014?

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