Don’t Let the Fear of Man Keep You From Your Calling - Bill Johnson Sermon | Bethel Church


Now that Donald Trump has been found guilty on felony charges, this opens the door to the next phase to prevent him from being president.

What may surprise you is the work behind the scenes within the Republican Party by the Republican National Committee to pass a resolution in lockstep with these court cases to block Trump.

Ivan Raiklin, a former Green Beret Commander and constitutional attorney, shared of this new behind-the-scenes attempt. In a private conversation in Tulsa last week, he met with several Oklahoma GOP leaders and shared details of this plan.

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Behind the plan is a man working to weaponize the Republican National Committee to pass a resolution which would prevent convicted felons from holding office. And worse, we would have no say on whether it is passed or not. 

The Ezekiel Prophecy & The Ancient Entity | Jonathan Cahn

Life in the New Covenant, Part 23 - By Rick Joyner

The prayer that Jesus gave His disciples to pray, which has been prayed by His disciples for nearly two thousand years, is for His kingdom to come, and His will to be done, on earth as it is in heaven. We can be sure this prayer is going to be answered, and it is being answered in our time.       This we can be sure about God’s kingdom—it will never shrink, and never stop growing. We are assured this in Isaiah 9:7: “There will be no end to the increase of His government or of peace, on the throne of David and over his kingdom, to establish it and to uphold it with justice and righteousness from then on and forevermore. The zeal of the Lord of hosts will accomplish this. ”The government of the Lord is His kingdom, but it is more than a government. His kingdom is His domain, where His authority is recognized and obeyed—where His will is done. If we are His disciples, His kingdom is growing in us as we learn of Him and behold His glory to become like Him. Wherever we go, we should be revealing His kingdom and extending His domain. Of this we can be sure: man’s governments will all shake and ultimately descend back into the dust from which they came, but God’s kingdom will never stop growing. ...


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Kim Potter: "Employ the Angels" - Dayton, Tennessee - Jun 10, 2024

Recently, I have heard a phrase over and again. It is not a wording I would normally use; therefore, it captured my attention. The phrase was, "Employ the angels." The word, employ, means: to make use of (someone or something inactive); to use (something, such as time) advantageously; to use or engage the services of; to devote to or direct toward a particular activity or person (Merriam Webster Dictionary). Because this sentence would not leave me, I took some time to study and research about angles and how they relate to us. I wanted a better understanding of what God was prompting me to do—employ the angels.  continue >>>

Praying for Presidential Protection By Chris Reed

      On March 9, I had what I called the “Rebirth of America Dream.” Well, I believe that was more than a dream. In fact, we're starting to see evidence of these events coming to pass. We have also begun to receive more clarity about a significant date the Lord showed me in that dream—July 11. We now know July 11 is the sentencing date for former President Donald Trump.

      On May 30, President Trump was convicted of 34 class E felony charges for “falsifying business records.” This is probably the biggest travesty of justice our nation has ever seen. We've crossed the line from which we can never return—the political prosecution of political opponents. It is telling that this case did not happen until after the first three years of the Biden administration had passed and Trump was preparing to run for reelection. Even talking heads on the left are starting to acknowledge this is unprecedented. It makes you wonder why they so badly do not want this man to win.   continue >>>

Focus: Letting Go of Nice Things That Don’t Matter

Paul’s absolute focus gave him an absolute willingness to let go of nice things that didn’t matter. Note some items that he discarded:

  1. His heritage: a Hebrew of the Hebrews (v. 5)
  2. His pure lineage: from the tribe of Benjamin (v. 5)
  3. His former legalism: a strict Pharisee (v. 5)
  4. His past zeal: a persecutor of the church (v. 6)
  5. His self-righteousness: a blameless life (v. 6)

Paul so narrowed his focus that he discarded not only the things he once counted as gain, but he counted everything as garbage for the sake of obtaining Christ! He would lose it all if that allowed him to gain intimacy with Christ (Php 3:8-9).

Amanda Grace - Crucial Prophecy: Trump Trial, Bait & Switch, Hook in Their Jaw

June 5, 2024

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Remembering 6/4
36 years ago, sometime in 1988, I (Kevin) felt God's call to serve as a missionary in China. In 1989, I was preparing to be an English teacher in a university in China, as my open door to live and work there. I was scheduled to leave for China with several other new missionary/teachers in August of 1989.  Karen and I were not married yet. Halfway through my first year there, we were engaged and planned a summer wedding in 1990 so she could join me at the start of the next school year. 

Life in the New Covenant, Part 22 Rick Joyner

  Biblical prophetic scenarios of the end of the age have much to say about the darkness growing darker and the light and the glory of the Lord becoming brighter. Which it will be for us is determined by us.

It is a biblical principle that we are as close to the Lord as we want to be. We’re promised that if we seek Him, we will find Him, and if we draw close to Him, He will draw close to us. The choice of how close to Him we are will determine the light or the darkness in our life. We choose.  continue >>>

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