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Do You Need Deliverance That Comes From High Places?

One warm summer night I had decided to go to the store and get a treat to end my long hot day. As I drove up to a parking space my attention was called to a couple in the car across from me. They were in a heated argument in the car. It was pretty intense. I could hear their words with both our windows up. Both were extremely upset and neither seemed willing to calm down. I sat quietly and observed for a few moments feeling like I was somehow intruding where I did not belong, but felt compelled to stay. Suddenly the woman broke down into tears, both got out of the car, and continued their argument in the middle of the driving area. It all came to a point where she could take no more, threw down a cup she was drinking from, and began to walk off with him following her. A moment later the car door opened once again and a little figure exited the car. It was a little …

It is Alright for a Minister to Pursue Public Ministry or Not to: God is in Control, So Trust HIM

We live in a very confusing time in the church, but looking back on church history in all honesty it always has been a bit confusing. There always seems to be an issue of who is right and who is wrong. We question who has the right doctrine or who is a heretic. Honestly, every man (or woman) is right in their own eyes, according to the scriptures. It does not mean we are right or wrong, it just means we always tend to believe we are in the right during controversy. It’s ok to be right and it is ok to be right for who YOU are and for what YOUR calling is. We all have different callings but we belong to the same body. I read just recently an opinion about going public in ministry and that it is not a humble thing to do. Actually we should be grateful for public ministries. Apostle Paul had a very public ministry and wrote most of the New Testament. We owe a great deal of …