Recently one morning, I saw a vision of a couple locked arm in arm, standing side by side. They each had grey hair and beautiful well-worn sun-kissed skin. They were dressed in comfortable and colorful free-flowing clothes. They were clearly in their 60's, but their faces were lit up with so much joy that their youthful spirit shined brighter.
Suddenly, the picture went from this couple in their 60's to a vision of the Jesus Movement, and in an instant I heard the words, "Welcome to the 60's." As I heard this, I felt a strong impression that it was time for those who are in their 60's to see the greatest move of God they've ever experienced in their lives, and that everything they've worked for in their lifetime will now come alive.
Now is the Time for Those in Their 60's
The message was very clear, "Now is the time for those in their 60's." This vision was...(more)
"In the midst of all of this, I was in danger of putting my confidence in President Trump rather than God. Realizing that I was slipping towards emotional reactions, I came to my senses, turned off the television and began to pray..." -Alveda King
[African-American Blog] "What a difference a day makes." On Saturday, February 18, my friend and sister Norma [Roe No More] McCorvey passed away. Norma was a valiant voice for justice in the anti-abortion war. We met on the battlefield years ago. I will miss her. Pray for her family and loved ones. Read a statement from her family HERE.
Just hours before news of...(more)
There's been something I've been sensing recently that I haven't felt in many years. It's something I've been waiting for - the Holy Spirit's movement on His people. His subtle outpouring seems to be increasing everyday with a renewal of a hunger to reach the lost increasing and dramatically. And in particular, I feel His increased desire for the return of His prodigal sons and daughters to the bosom of His trusted Church.
Because of what they've endured, the prodigals are very treasured by the Father and He's been waiting to bring them home until we, the Church, are prepared to receive them and fight for them.
The Father told me, "My prodigals want to come home!"
He said it with such ardency that I was literally undone, because the Father rarely says things with mere words. No, when He speaks, He imparts His heart as well. And, truly, His heart for the prodigals is overwhelming. I broke down as He let me...(more)