We have an enemy. Yes, a relentless enemy, named satan, who is relentless in his attempts to weaken and seduce God's children. Over the years I have written articles and books that expose the different manifestations of satan and his cohorts. I have extensively written on the evil spirit of Jezebel who was Israel's evil queen who defied God by seducing the entire nation into idol worship. I have also alerted the Body of Christ to the Accuser of the Brethren who targets each Christian's identity in Christ.
Over the years, I have been a watchman on the wall and positioned by the Holy Spirit to see and know the plans of our enemy so that we are not deceived by his evil intentions and, therefore, are able to break free from his grip.
Yet, there is an enemy that is a deterrent to our fruitfulness as Believers. It is called envy. Over time, I have experienced the evil intent of the manifestations of this weapon that is fueled by satan – envy. Dear ones, please hear me: Envy will haunt you, pursue you, and even hunt you down...UNTIL you are trapped in its web. As a spider spins a web for its prey, envy works intensely with poisonous and...(more)
"Throne room worship" is defined as "joining the heavenly chorus in the throne room in praise, worship, and adoration before our King." Since we are seated with Christ in heavenly places (see Ephesians 2:6), we are already present in the throne room. As we look, we can see the worship taking place before the Lord. As worshippers on earth, we are joining with this multitude in the Heavens, and together we are worshipping before our King.
If a worship team and a congregation see themselves worshipping before the throne and beholding their King, worship takes on a whole new dimension. It is deepened. It is more heartfelt. It is more passionate. It releases more of...(more)
Don't answer the foolish arguments of fools, or you will become as foolish as they are. Proverbs 26:4 NLT
When we argue with fools (those who are blind to the truth) we end up looking like fools; truly we make ourselves the greater fool. For, who is more foolish, the one who thinks he sees or the one who truly sees, yet lets himself get stuck in an enemy ambush?
The argument of fools is a trap. It is far too easy to fall into when someone reaches your personal point of contention or they've tipped your sacred cow. You may be reasonable about most everything, but what is the issue that makes your blood boil? What turns you into a fool?
How easy it is to forget the battle we face is not of this world. Indeed, we are in a battle every day with unseen forces who will take advantage of any person or situation. Our battle is not a battle of this world, but for the world. It doesn't matter ...(more)