Destined for Glory

Destined for Glory! Living in God’s Love, Power, and Wisdom

These days, it can be easy to feel like there is very little evidence of the first reformation (the restoration in the Body of Jesus’ ...
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Redefining Revival: What The Next Generation Longs To See

Revival is not just a buzzword. It’s not just a series of scheduled meetings, where we get excited and we jump up and down. It’s ...
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Robby Dawkins Speaking

Go Where God Leads You: Following Him Through Opposition and Waiting

There’s no question we have been in a difficult season and are learning how to do life in new ways. The coronavirus pandemic has challenged ...
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Dare To Be An Elijah

Elijah was a prophet. He stood against a wicked king and his wicked wife, and against all the corrupt culture around him. He prayed, and ...
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Greater Encounters Every Day

When we are full of “our stuff”, it can be hard to listen for the Holy Spirit. No one would fault us for having responsibilities ...
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Bill Johnson with Bethel Church teaching on the Lord's Prayer

Kingdom of God Come, Will of God Be Done

This weekend is Easter or Resurrection Sunday, in which we as followers of Christ commemorate His resurrection from the dead on the third day after ...
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Combatting Middle-Class Christianity

Seeking the Respect of Heaven

When we look at the history of moves of the Spirit, we see the founding fire often wanes to “middle-class acceptability. Quiet order replaces passion, ...
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Emotional Healing: A Walk Through the Process

“Jesus is near to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit.” —Psalm 34:18 When Jesus walked the earth, he was drawn to ...
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How to Make Big Decisions With God - Randy Clark

How To Make Big Decisions With God

When we face big decisions, it can be paralyzing. No one wants to make the wrong decision, but we also don’t want to wait too ...
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Controversial Revival, Part II

The Elim Pentecostal denomination did not reject the Latter Rain revival, but did work to correct some of its excesses or unorthodox teachings. While I ...
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Characteristics of Revival

Controversial Revival, Part I

Revival is close to my heart. Based on the number of churches being started, people being saved, as well as the phenomenal outpouring of the ...
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photo of people standing in a field of wheat, ready for harvest.

The First Great Awakening

WE HEAR THE CRY OF REVIVAL. Prophetic words of harvest continue to come and focused prayer is increasing. In 2004, the Lord spoke to me ...
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