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Look up – Welcoming the Presence of the Lord

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As we sing that song, “Glory in the Highest” there seems to be within it a lifting. There seems to be within it a drawing and I said before the…

Tongues – God’s Swiss Army Knife

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One time my husband, Pastor George Pearsons, preached a series in our church titled God Has a Plan for Your Life. It was wonderful. After a couple of weeks, everybody…

Abiding Power

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The resurrection of Jesus was the greatest demonstration ever of the power of God. Not only was He raised up spirit, soul and body, but all of humanity was raised…

People, Places, Positions

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God is a place. He’s not like a location or a “place over there.” But we come up into places in God. Jesus said, “In My Father’s house there are…

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The spirit of man is where the Word of God is processed into faith that creates.

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Remember the purpose of the Holy Spirit is to lift us beyond our limitations so that we not only know what to pray but also how to pray it! The ‘how’ is very often as important as the ‘what.’

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We must be able to recognize Jesus as He is coming so we can recognize Him at His coming. Much of our recognizing Him will come through the operation of the Holy Spirit through prophecy.

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Did you know you can pray for kings and those in authority and touch the world because everyone on the planet is affected by decisions that are made by kings and those in authority? It is through positions of authority that God can move and position the whole world into His end-time plan and purpose.

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What does it mean to put the Word of God “first”? It means preceding all others in time, order or importance. So it’s the most important thing.

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