The Second Law of Thermodynamics
& Bedlam On The Border
What could the Second Law of Thermodynamics possibly have to do with the chaos on the U.S./Mexican border? It explains almost everything.
Who can know the Wind?
Wind is a phenomenon that is very difficult to describe and even even more difficult to predict. Jesus used the wind to speak to Nicodemus in order to explain the moving of the Holy Spirit.
The Fiery Baptism Of Love
INTIMACY, IDENTITY, DESTINY.
Romans 8:15 tells us, “For [the Spirit which] you have now received [is] not a spirit of slavery to put you once more in bondage to fear, but you have received the Spirit of adoption
What if Jesus Left The Building
Dr Lance Wallnau
A great deal of prayer has gone up for America.
What if God has actually heard all those prayers for revival?
Three New Words
I'm a very deep thinking and deep feeling person. When I was younger, if I got hurt, I would dwell on it for months. One situation "threw me" for about two years. Till The Lord spike to me about His "Third Day Rule."
28 Years In The Prayer Room
The year was 1983. I was 23 years old and attending Mike Bickle’s church called South Kansas City Fellowship. There were a core of us that attended the daily Prayer meetings back then.
Do you have a word? Submit Prophetic Words
We require edifying words please send as a word document with a picture
Thank you CPV
Victory: Ground Zero Cross Can Remain in September 11 Museum
In a decision that represents a ringing affirmation of the presence of faith in the life of our nation, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals has rejected the American Atheists’ challenge to including the famed “Ground Zero Cross” in the National September 11 Museum.
While the entire opinion is worth reading, two excerpts were particularly important. First, the court unequivocally rejected the most dangerous aspect of American Atheists’ challenge – the argument that acknowledging the historical importance of faith constitutes improper “religious promotion.” To the contrary, the “accurate account of human history” often “requires reference to religion:”
End Of Christianity In Iraq Very Near Says Bishop
Days Man Press
Stoyan Zaimov / Christian Post Reporter CHRISTIAN POST REPORTER
Families fleeing the violence in the Iraqi city of Mosul wait at a checkpoint in outskirts of Arbil, in Iraq's Kurdistan region in June 2014.
The end of Christianity in Iraq could be "very near" according to Canon Andrew White, the vicar of the only Anglican church in Iraq, as Islamic militants continue their attacks of Christians and the central government.