As we all know, the next harvest is at hand.  The most important question now is:  “What kind of spiritual life will we disciple new Christians to”.   I’m afraid the Lord would find some of us as confused as to what we are to be doing. We can waste our time on noble, but ineffective…

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Ears popping. Adjustment. Re-alignment.  Have you ever gotten your back re-aligned by a Chiropractor or an adjustment by a Massage Therapist?  Pop. Pop. Pop.  When suddenly one or both ears pop and magically open up.  You thought you were a little out of whack; but the pops and the opening up of your ear gates…

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It seems like two things are happening right now: First, there are A LOT of prophecies being spoken–like, really a lot. Second, people are expectantly waiting to see the fulfillment. And that is the nature of prophecy–we want to see it come to pass. I would like to share with you one of the greatest…

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The situation with many leaders today is like the problem portrayed in the movie the wizard of oz. In the movie the “Wizard of Oz,” Oz was allegedly the great and all powerful wizard who had all the answers to everyone’s needs. He wasn’t any better off than the people he was supposed to help.…

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She campaigned long and hard for a presidential candidate many years ago. I don’t remember her name or even the candidate, but I remember reading that she wore herself to the point of exhaustion. As vote counting continued into the wee hours of the morning, she could no longer fight sleep. Upon awakening, she was…

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A Pianist’s Journey into the Prophetic   Peals of thunder cracked and boomed. The epic orchestral soundtrack rose to an ear-popping crescendo. My hands raced over the piano keyboard as I threw my weight into regal chords of high praise to the Ancient of Days.   I hadn’t written any ordinary piano solo: this majestic…

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Today I was in a long line at a dollar store. Four customers in front of me was a 91 year old man. I heard him tell the cashier that he had just lost his wife and it was his first Christmas without her. He was buying a mop and a bucket–obviously taking on household…

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I have a confession to make. I love re-gifting, especially when it comes to my daughter Marie-Louise.  I have re-gifted the same gift to her for several years now.  It was a really cute dress when I first gave it to her.  Obviously she hated it as I found it on the bottom of her…

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I walked up to the sign-in table of the Children’s Ministry at the mega church I attended–three young children in tow. You had to get your kids signed in early on Sunday morning or the classes might be full. Happy that I was ahead of schedule, I smiled at the woman overseeing registrations and cheerily…

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“How many times, Lord?” The young woman rocked back and forth while her whole body trembled. “I don’t know how much more I can take. Lord, you are a good God. Even in my sorrow, I trust you.” She closed her eyes, and silent tears ran like rivers down her cheeks. Her resolve to trust…

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