Tag: prophetic ministry

Jezebel Spirit: Why many churches have it wrong!


This whole Jezebel fixation that we have in our ministries is really misplaced. Someone struggling in sin does not make them a...

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When the Kingdom comes: Expect repentance in 2018!

Prophecy, Uncategorized

It is a little after noon in Manila, Philippines on New Year Day. 2017 is gone and we welcoming 2018. With that comes new expectations for...

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Why true prophecy is rare today? The truth about the prophetic word.


People ask why there is not much true prophecy in the earth today? It seems that most of what we see weak words that are more encouragement...

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Was Rich Mullins was a prophet or not?

Prophecy, Worship Leaders

Rich Mullins gave us Awesome God and he was a legit psalmist but was he a prophet of God. Some people say that he was for his generation...

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James Goll challenge to Acts 2 Experience

Prophecy, Theology

The baptism of the Holy Spirit is for everyone and is evident by the ability to speak in unknown tongues. However, a story about James Goll...

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T. Austin Sparks on the Kingdom of God


T. Austin Sparks (1888-1971) is one of the great theologians from yesteryear that few have heard of. He has one of the best books on the...

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Partnering with Holy Spirit in the Vineyard


One of the core values of Vineyard Churches is partnering with Holy Spirit. This is one of my favorite topics too. I actually wrote my...

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Steve Gray is wrong about the prophetic

Prophecy, Revival, Theology

I was on Facebook and saw this video by J.D. King and Steve Gray. It you take what Steve says here in context, it is quite concerning to...

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7 things I learned from Mike Bickle

Missiology, Prayer

Mike Bickle was my pastor for quite some time. He imparted alot of practical knowledge, wisdom and prophetic revelation into me. I was just...

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Why the prophetic ministry is dying!

Healing, Missiology, Prophecy, Revival, Theology

I believe the prophetic ministry is dying a slow death and it the people from within that is killing it, not the critics. We have been...

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