Just yesterday I was reading about “generational curses”, coincidence?
My Comment: I’ve read this book, and I can’t add anything to the video or the description, except Perry’s insight’s and teachings are amazing.
Is there a war going on in your home?
Does a weeping willow describe your family tree?
Do you wish you had been born to a different family?
Did you pick up some bad DNA from someone in your lineage?
Our homes should be places of love and security, but demonic activity and hindrances often fill them with conflict, dissatisfaction, and disillusionment. Purging Your House, Pruning Your Family Tree takes you to the root of these issues, showing you how to rid your home and family of demonic influence and generational oppression.
With his unique blend of Bible knowledge and spiritual insight, Perry Stone brings to light the methods and strategies the devil uses to launch his attacks against our families. Discover what you need to…
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When we worship, we are approaching a glorious Throne, in the Throne Room of God. Revelation verses 1 to 37.
It is in essences the heart of heaven the place where God The Father sits, with His Son Christ Jesus. The throne is the ultimate power source for existence in the universe.
It is described in the Bible many times. Isaiah 6 and Ezekiel 1. To worship means we approach the throne of Grace in all it Glory and wonder.
Hebrews 4 verse 16: “Therefore let us approach the throne of grace with boldness, so that we may receive mercy and grace to help us at the proper time.” The scripture says we are to approach The Throne of Grace boldly, why because we are covered by what Jesus has done for us on the cross, He paid the price for us to come.
When we worship, we are joining…
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Beware; I pray thee, of presuming that thou art saved. If thy heart be renewed, if thou shalt hate the things that thou didst once love, and love the things that thou didst once hate; if thou hast really repented; if there be a thorough change of mind in thee; if thou be born again, then hast thou reason to rejoice: but if there be no vital change, no inward godliness; if there be no love to God, no prayer, no work of the Holy Spirit, then thy saying “I am saved” is but thine own assertion, and it may delude, but it will not deliver thee.
“I found this on line this morning from FB, the Last Day’s Christians site, and just had to do a short post on it. It caught my attention!
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Sometimes I have trouble praying as I ought – but often I turn to the Valley of Vision for help in getting my engine started. One of Christianity’s greatest books from the past 2,000 years, VoV would be my second book choice if stranded on a desert island, right after the Bible, and right before The Existence and Attributes of God by Stephen Charnock. Oh, those Puritans.
I provide these prayers most Sundays for those of us who are weak in prayer, and who need help in devotion. Today’s prayer is a simple, childlike request for more grace for all the tricky parts of the Christian life. Please pray this with me.
Lord Jesus, great high priest, Thou hast opened a new and living way by which a fallen creature can approach Thee with acceptance.
Help me to contemplate the dignity of Thy Person, the perfectness of Thy sacrifice…
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Matthew 26:2 “You know that after two days the Passover is coming, and the Son of Man will be delivered up to be crucified.”
We can never attach too much importance to the atoning death of Christ. It is the leading fact in the word of God, on which the eyes of our soul ought to be ever fixed. Without the shedding of his blood, there is no remission of sin. It is the cardinal truth on which the whole system of Christianity hinges. Without it the Gospel is an arch without a key-stone, a fair building without a foundation, a solar system without a sun. Let us make much of our Lord’s incarnation and example, His miracles and his parables, His works and His words, but above all let us make much of His death. Let us delight in the hope of his second personal coming…
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To me, that is one of the most exciting and amazing things, to be given a white stone with our new name given to us by Jesus. I love this passage in Revelation!
This is from a blog, Into The Foolishness and appeared earlier this year as A White Stone and a New Name.
One of the things I find beautiful in the book of Revelation is when Jesus says,
“To him who overcomes I will give a white stone and on that stone is a name known only to the person who receives it and to Me” (2:17).
The white stone signifies victory and could very well hint at purity. The significant thing to me is there is a name on that stone that is the name Jesus knows me by. My mother does not know me by that name. My friends don’t know me by that name. No one in this world, including myself, knows who I really am. I think that when we see ourselves in the light of Jesus, which will only happen when we give up ourselves and…
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“John 14:15-18 If you love me, you will obey what I command. And I will ask the Father and He will give you another Counselor to Be with you forever—the Spirit of truth. The world cannot accept him, because it neither sees Him nor knows Him. But you know Him, for He lives with you. I will not leave you as orphans; I will come to you.”
(James Smith, “The Way of Salvation Set Forth”)
“That which is born of the flesh is flesh; and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.” John 3:6
The Holy Spirit is the author of the great work of regeneration. He takes up His abode in the renewed heart, as His temple–He dwells in us, and shall be with us. Jesus does all for us, in our justification; and the Holy Spirit does all in us, for our sanctification.
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