14 06, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: Deliver Us From Evil, Part 16

2019-05-19T04:55:45+00:00June 14th, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

Today, let’s touch on an evil that has beset our generation, and has plagued both our nation and the body of Christ pretty much since shortly after the turn of the 20th Century. With Georgia and Alabama leading the way in the news lately with their efforts to pass legislation essentially blocking all kinds of abortion, no matter the circumstance, and no matter the timing in a woman’s pregnancy, as well as the controversy surrounding the Virgina governor’s statement saying that it was OK to allow a child to come to full birth, then keep it alive, until a decision was made to kill it, the controversy surrounding abortion has taken center stage.   Let’s tackle this subject today from a Scriptural standpoint.

7 06, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: Deliver Us From Evil, Part 15

2019-05-19T04:51:39+00:00June 7th, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

I want to continue where we left off last week in dealing with the spirit of compromise that has grossly affected our society – AND – the body of Christ to a large extent! Excuse me in advance, if I stomp on your toes or touch a sensitive nerve.   Let’s talk about a touchy subject – well, touchy to political types, anyway. I’m fixin’ to go over the edge today. Way over the edge!   When Dad passed away, I inherited a ruler he kept on his desk for many years. It had a phrase I’ve always considered to be classic. The ruler was a gift from a group of pastors who decided that Dad was one of the greatest diplomats they’d ever met.

31 05, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: Deliver Us From Evil, Part 14

2019-05-19T04:47:11+00:00May 31st, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

Last week, we started off a bit differently than we have in the past, and this week’s Coffee Break is no different. Last week, we dealt with the effect of curses, and the non-effect of causeless curses. This week, let’s talk about deliverance from the need to compromise. In Psalm 122:6, David writes, "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: they shall prosper that love thee. Peace be within thy walls, and prosperity within thy palaces. For my brethren and companions' sakes, I will now say, Peace be within thee. Because of the house of the Lord our God I will seek thy good."

24 05, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: Deliver Us From Evil, Part 13

2019-05-19T04:43:47+00:00May 24th, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

"As the sparrow in her wandering, as the swallow in her flying, so the causeless curse shall not alight."  (Proverbs 26:2, Amplified Version) "How can I curse those God has not cursed? Or how can I [violently] denounce those the LORD has not denounced?"  (Numbers 23:8, Amplified Version) Today I'd like to take a few minutes and share with you some of my own personal experiences in the realm of causeless curses. Some of what I share you’ve heard me share previously, so bear with me if you’ve read it or heard it before. Anyway, Good Morning, all you Blessed People! Sorta got started there a bit different than normal. Pull up a chair, set a spell, and pour yourself a cup of this good Columbian brew.

17 05, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: Deliver Us From Evil, Part 12

2019-03-24T19:41:10+00:00May 17th, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

We have talked on numerous occasions in the past about the Spirit of Jezebel, and how that spirit has invaded the body of Christ. The common misconception is that refers strictly to women who aree afflicted by this spirit. Not so! I have personally seen more men afflicted by this spirit than I have women.   Let me start off today with a prophecy that John gives in Revelation 2 to the Ekklesia in Thyatira:  

10 05, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: Deliver Us From Evil, Part 11

2019-03-24T19:34:20+00:00May 10th, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

In our last study on this topic, we began doing a breakdown and pursuit of understanding the various words that are translated in the Old and New Testaments — Hebrew and Greek — that are either translated “witchcraft” or “sorcery” or one of the variants that are part of the whole genre of witchcraft in general.   We wrapped up taking a look at the word pharmakeia, which is one of the primary words translated witchcraft in the New Testament, and specifically translates as: “to enchant with drugs.” I want to move on today with another one of these 64-dollar words from the Greek that are part and parcel of witchcraft or sorcery.

3 05, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: Deliver Us From Evil, Part 10

2019-03-24T19:30:43+00:00May 3rd, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

In our last study on this topic, we began doing a breakdown and pursuit of understanding the various words that are translated in the Old and New Testaments — Hebrew and Greek — that are either translated “witchcraft” or “sorcery” or one of the variants that are part of the whole genre of witchcraft in general.   We wrapped up taking a look at the word pharmakeia, which is one of the primary words translated witchcraft in the New Testament, and specifically translates as: “to enchant with drugs.” I want to move on today with another one of these 64-dollar words from the Greek that are part and parcel of witchcraft or sorcery.

26 04, 2019

ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK: Deliver Us From Evil, Part 9

2019-03-24T19:27:31+00:00April 26th, 2019|2019, ANOTHER COFFEE BREAK:|

We will continue the discussion today that we began last week in dealing with the words that appear in Scripture that define witchcraft, or its tentacles. If I didn’t mention it last week, let me say that there are seven words used through Scripture that translate out to “witchcraft,” “sorcery,” “necromancy,” and all the varieties thereof.   People today – and especially believing Christians – have no idea of the things they accept as “normal” in today’s world that are some variant of witchcraft or sorcery. By the way, we generally use the word, “witchcraft,” when we are referring to women or the feminine usage of manipulation. “Sorcery” refers to the masculine or male activity in this realm.