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April 18, 2012 @ 9:05 PM

One thing I've been told for 20yrs, easily, is to look up every single Scripture where someone got raised from the dead & stand on 'em by faith 'til I'd received the wisdom of God & manifestations of that anointing through my own ministry.

I've received some manifestations of that anointing through my own ministry, (several, actually,) but I was always shy about opening myself up to warfare with everyone around me dropping like flies 'cause of pressure being put on that truth by the Devil, himself, trying to steal what revelations I was getting out of the Word on that, the way some people discover the truth of the healing in the atonement before some horrendous diagnoses or learn about Christ's ...

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April 13, 2012 @ 2:31 PM

Are your shoes, shirts, pants, socks, underwear, radio, television, curtains, and bedding a calling? I can understand some of the REASONINGS behind why people imagine marriage is a calling, but I haven't found that Scripture YET.

Is a singing voice a calling? No, and in like manner St. Paul calls marriage a gift, in 1Corinthians 7:7-9, but not a calling. 1Corinthians 7:17 says your walk is with what you've been given, but what you've been given isn't your calling with regards to marriage. Did Lord Jesus believe marriage was a calling in the Gospels or did He regard it as a gift to be kept in line with His will for your life RATHER THAN the will of God for your life?

There's a lot of things presumed about marriage in ...

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April 9, 2012 @ 11:42 PM

 In reviewing this passage, I'll be looking at 1Thessalonians 4:13 through chapter 5 verse 11 as one discourse of St. Paul's.  Online versions of this are at:

http://studybible.info/YLT/1%20Thessalonians%204:13-5:11

http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=1Thessalonians%204:13-5:11&version=YLT

and I would encourage you to avail yourself of [either of] those two links if a copy of the New Testament isn't handy for you.

Had this been divided up into a separate, distinct chapter unto itself without what's before or after, and this not been divided up by those who came up with the chapter numbers and verse numbers, in much more recent centuries, I don't see how any doctrine of "...

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April 8, 2012 @ 12:51 PM

Repost of January 1, 2010 blog entry since our Lord Jesus has [recently] clarified there will be a Church this ministry will start:

I'm not personally often at the social networking sites these days & when I am, sometimes, it's with anonymity 'cause I'm not there to minister 99% of the time, but merely to keep up with certain organizations without the harassment of being on their mailing lists, or perhaps even if they have my address, they don't invest in postage and handling very often, so a quick peak online at certain seasons is best for the latest.  Anyway, I was spending a few minutes at a popular social networking site, not in the name of the ministry, but just as myself, and was startled ...

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