Holy Week, Part 1

This particular Passover was a Jubilee of Jubilees.  It was Foreordained to the be the sacrifice of the Lamb of God.  Christ controlled the timing of it all, despite many previous attempts to hold him and kill him.  

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Darkroom Retreat

Very long darkroom retreats often result in intense visions, spiritual experiences, and a subsequent, significant, and positive shift in mentality, attitude, and consciousness that lasts for a long period of time after the retreat. One’s life purpose may be illuminated during such an experience, leading to more fulfillment, contentment, and happiness.

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Conjunction of Jupiter and Venus

The first purpose that God has for the lights in the firmament, according to His own word, is for signs. How should we understand these signs unless there is meaning inherent in each light we observe?

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Asbury Revival

Oh, God. Let it be. Let your mercy pour down in genuine revival, and let these reports be true. And let it not end in Wilmore.

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A letter of kindness

Breaking out of a false paradigm is not enough. You have spent decades building relationships and a life. God has led you to where you are. Honor the journey of others.

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The Word

The pattern hasn’t changed. God still speaks and we are both invited and challenged to authenticate His word using what He has already said.

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Distraction & Repentance

The simplest method of securing a silent weapon and gaining control of the public is to keep the public undisciplined and ignorant of the basic system principles on the one hand, while keeping them confused, disorganized, and distracted with matters of no real importance on the other hand.

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Morality or Culture

“And again, outward appearance is not always a criterion for us to judge our fellow man, but the lips betray the haughty and overbearing imaginations of the heart. By his words and his deeds let him be scanned.” T&C 138:17 Dress & Grooming: What is acceptable? Previous Next Culture is

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