Check out SJ being interviewed on blogtalkradio.com about the “Father’s love”.
Written by: Don Atkins
Seismic activity and earthquake prognosticators predict quakes that are inevitable for the West coast of the USA, and likely to spawn a killer tsunami. They are absolute, but unable to predict a timetable. Hurricane activity along the Atlantic coast is predicted to be well above average this year. Forty-three people perished in the USA this week, victims of tornados. Japan’s recent earthquake and subsequent tsunami has resulted in unimaginable loss of life and property, and also dangerous radiation issues at their damaged nuclear power plants.[...]
Have you ever known someone who is always saying: “God told me . . .? “
It’s a common practice among “spirit”-type believers. I am persuaded God is saying a lot less than what is being attributed to Him. Perhaps 99% less. I think the Spirit of the Lord says more with less (This is clear in our Lord’s life. He dealt very abruptly with people). When the Spirit legitimately does say something, it will have the fragrance of Calvary about it, normally with an invitation for you or I to enter into his death and resurrection life. I think it cheapens the privilege of hearing the voice of the Lord to think of it as a non-stop series of heavenly tweets.[...]
The issue of signs and wonders in the Church is like Goldilocks looking for porridge in the Three Bears cottage: it’s hard to find something that is neither too hot nor too cold. The body of Christ seems to gather at the extremes of denial and indifference or obsession and mania on this subject. Neither accurately represents Jesus’ kingdom.[...]
A Warning Shot?
In my September 2010 article, “Warning Shot,” I quoted best-selling author Anne Rice’s reasons for leaving the church and why she would no longer identify herself with the brand “Christian.” Her actions caused her to be quickly dismissed by some as irrelevant, anti-church, and anti-god.[...]
Redeeming Disillusionment Stephen R. Crosby www.drstevecrosby.wordpress.com[...]
Based on recent conversations with many of you regarding the “state of affairs” of things apostolic-prophetic in recent years, I thought the following “Prophetic Manifesto” might be of interest to you. I did it about 2 years ago and if you and I are newly friends, perhaps you have not seen it.[...]
I pray all of you are doing well and that you’re experiencing the loving embrace of our heavenly Father like never before. I’ve been somewhat busy the past few months, but I’ve also had some “down time” in order to do more writing. I’m working on another book, and I still have several chapters to finish. I’d appreciate your continued prayers for this new writing project. I really need Father to connect me with a publishing company that will take a real interest in the printing of my book.[...]