Three Types of Fasting

It is important to STUDY the word of God and not just read it perfunctorily. STUDYING the word gives us UNDERSTANDING. With all thy getting get understanding the Bible says (Proverbs 4:7). “Get skillful and godly Wisdom, get understanding (discernment, comprehension, and interpretation)”. Proverbs 4:5 AMP. When we understand the mechanics of the word of Read more about Three Types of Fasting[…]

The Nature of Sin

The biggest problem in the body of Christ today is ignorance, and that is most unfortunate. My people are destroyed from lack of knowledge, God said. (Hosea 4:6). Without enlightenment lives are wasted, potentials decimated, destinies altered and men fall short of God’s glory. It is amazing but sometimes people are willfully ignorant. They cling Read more about The Nature of Sin[…]

Pentecost Revisited

Let’s revisit Pentecost. In previous discourse we established that Pentecost itself was not a New Testament event. The word “Pentecost” is the Greek derivative for Feast of Weeks, or harvest festival. Pentecost means fifty, and commemorated the giving of the Law on Mount Sinai fifty days after the Exodus. The feast of Pentecost is still Read more about Pentecost Revisited[…]

The Esau Syndrome

There are little decisions we make in life that have powerful consequences. Adam ate a fruit in disobedience and the consequences ripped through the pages of history dooming his descendants. Some consequences of little decisions are that vicious and that powerful. Like a truculent goat, these consequences barge through generations, sometimes altering genealogies. Perhaps no Read more about The Esau Syndrome[…]

The Music Issue

A few days ago, there arose a Twitter storm of apocalyptic proportions over news that a young “secular” artiste was invited to sing during a church service. The young artiste is a Christian and the song performed was from his title album, God Win. One must assume that a song titled “God Win” sang in a church setting seemed most appropriate, but these are curious times. […]