Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Thanksgiving 2014!

 "Be careful[anxiety] for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with Thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God". Quite often, the simple Scriptures are read over so quickly that it becomes meaningless. Simple to some, super to others. This is One that should be chewed, and re-chewed on.
  Some Followers are continuing on a baby-food diet, and only verbalize when hungry, wet, or in a selfish mood. The Lord is a heart knower: He knows all about us-even our thoughts. Prayer is communication - very similar to the word communion! Both should be constant or continuous. Our Lord does not need a report from us.
  Supplication: is a verb. It is humbling ourselves before God and man. We should strive to be in good-standings with Both; then we can boldly go before the throne... Christ Jesus said "we have not, because we ask amiss".
  We must have an attitude of gratitude. Babies figure out how to humble themselves only to get what they desire at that time; then they move on to the next... We must learn, through trail, error, and practice to get our attitudes in the position to receive, grow and bless others.
  With the legal holiday only days away, we should consider it an opportunity: to be Thankful, by demonstration. I'm Thankful for the basics, but also to see this day: "many Prophets of old would be very  pleased to see the events of the world, and know the Truth.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Understanding 1 Cor. 14:34 - 35.

  If a leader does not understand this Scripture, or applies it an a manner as to employ it as bondage; they are out of touch with the Holy Spirit. Remember Wisdom, Knowledge, and Understanding is a requirement. The law is good, righteous, and Holy: it is the foundation. The Holy Spirit as promised - leads, guides, reveals, and reminds us[Jn.16:7-14]. Leaders without the Holy Spirit, are powerless.
  "Let your women keep silent in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak, but they are commanded to be under obedience, as also say the law". These women were multi-tasking and not paying attention; they held sub-meetings:  they were a distraction.
  The obedience was established under Moses in which the Priest taught civil and criminal law. Very rare for someone to pea ignorance. "Silent" = to hold one's peace. Everything should be decent, and orderly. "Obedience" = subjection, to submit.
  Discriminators never get around to 1Thes. 4:11 "And that  we study[practice] to be quiet, and to do your own business, and work with your own hands, as we command you". The point - chattering or busybodies were prohibited: no matter male, or female.
  "No to women leaders", or "no women in the pulpit" is on line with "no longer under the law": both are "traditions of men" practiced by out-of-control-leaders. The Holy Spirit has left the building - and so should you.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Women leaders!

  Women are first class citizen in the Word of God[YHVH] and in the Kingdom of Heaven, on earth today. To be "fruitful and multiply" would not be possible without women. My line would stop, if child-birth was required. There are many great leaders, who are women.
  Eve, a great leader that fell, then recovered. Satan was after her because of who she was. She is called the mother of all living, because, through her Christ Jesus would enter time. People are alive in Christ, or not....  She was "formed" and shared the-man-Adam's DNA.
  The same for Sarah, the wife and half-sister of Abraham. Father Abe, the father of many; but Sarah, the mother of one Nation: Issac, Jacob, etc.. These two women had a tremendous amount of influence-and used it.
  Ra-hab of Joshua 2: the business woman that very well who Elohim was. Her quick thinking and actions saved the two Hebrews, as well as the Nation. This woman is also a part of the linage of Christ Jesus. Abigail saved David, and the future kingdom by speaking to the king inside of David, vs. the fool inside of him. Judge Deborah was an awesome leader of Israel[Jud.4:4].
  Mary, Mary were the first Ministers of the Gospel[Matt.28:1-8]. there are many prophetess in the Word beginning with Miriam[Ex.15:2] the sister of Aaron. 2Kings 22:14, 2 Ch.34:22; and another powerful prophetess Luke 2:36.