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[24 Sep 2009 | No Comment | 674 views]

I have learned to listen to God. The reason so many people are filled with the Holy Ghost wherever I go is that God tells me what He’s going to do, when He’s going to do it, and where it’s going to happen… and I just show up!

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[9 Jan 2009 | No Comment | 385 views]

I Corinthians 1:19-25
Luke 1:26-38
Mary was a virgin, incapable of giving birth. What the angel had spoken to her was a physical impossibility. Surely, the Lord’s declaration seemed foolishness to this young woman who had never “known” a man.
Naaman, simply dip seven times in the water.
Woman, pour oil from that pot.
Mouth, speak forth in tongues.
Paul said, “the foolishness of God is wiser than man’s wisdom”

Illustrations and Research »

[30 Nov 2008 | No Comment | 3,122 views]

Among those who believe and teach the truth of 1 Corinthians 11 in regards to women maintaining uncut hair, there are some who believe in error about the “power” that is linked to the doctrinal practice.
There should be a baseline of understanding set when approaching this discussion. First and foremost, there is no doctrine of a woman’s hair containing, eliciting, exuding, projecting, etc. any type of miraculous power in this entire chapter.
The word translated “power” (exousia) in this chapter is more accurately translated “a symbol of authority”. It is not …

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[22 Nov 2008 | No Comment | 421 views]

Magazine cites Pentecostal teen’s healing in major report in belief for the impossible
by Andy Butcher
Most Americans believe in miracles, and almost half of them say they have personally experienced or witnessed one, according to a “Newsweek” poll. The magazine cites the case of a teen-ager healed at a Pentecostal church in its report this week.
Eighty-four percent of those questioned for the news weekly said they believed that God performs miracles, and 79 percent said that they believed the miracles described in the Bible actually occurred. Sixty-three percent said they knew …

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[21 Nov 2008 | No Comment | 2,225 views]

Cleansing a Leper
Healing a Centurion’s Servant of paralysis
Healing Peter’s Mother-in-Law
Healing the Sick at Evening
Stilling the Storm
Demons Entering a Herd of Swine
Healing a Paralytic
Raising the Ruler’s Daughter
Healing the Hemorrhaging Woman
Healing Two Blind Men
Curing a Demon-Possessed, Mute Man
Healing a Man’s Withered Hand
Curing a Demon-Possessed, Blind and Mute Man
Feeding the Five Thousand
Walking on the Sea
Healing the Gentile Woman’s Daughter
Feeding the Four Thousand
Healing the Epileptic Boy
Temple Tax in the Fish’s Mouth
Healing Two Blind Men
Withering the Fig Tree
Casting Out an Unclean Spirit
Healing a Deaf-Mute
Healing a Blind Man at Bethsaida
Escape from the Hostile Multitude
Catch of Fish
Raising …

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[21 Nov 2008 | No Comment | 385 views]

By Cleveland M. Becton
As we observe the ministry of both Jesus and the apostles, it is evident that divine healing was not something peripheral to their ministries.   It was an important witness to Jesus as the promised Messiah and Savior from sin.   When the man with the palsy was let down through the broken roof to where Jesus was ministering, the Scripture says: “When Jesus saw their faith, he said unto the sick of the palsy, Son, thy sins be forgiven thee” (Mark 2:5).
Immediately the scribes responded by …