VIDEO: Keeping the Prophetic Word in Mind

Have you ever received personal prophecy that just didn't make any sense at all to your natural mind? Maybe it didn't even bear witness to your spirit. Perhaps the prophetic promise was so exceedingly, abundantly above all you could ask or think that you dismissed it without even praying it through. It may be time to dig it out and pray it through.

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‘Jesus F-ing Christ’ Showcased in Faith-Mocking Baby-Killing PSA

Editor's Note: The video described in this article is offensive on many levels.

The mockers are manifesting some of their blasphemous best this week in a new pro-abortion public service announcement that shows the antichrist spirit is growing bolder.

Rising comedian Sarah Silverman is playing into the hands of the uber-liberal masses, donning a T-shirt that proudly displays the word feminist as she sits in a living room and curses God in one of the most offensive comic acts I’ve ever had the displeasure of seeing.

“Last night I was visited by Jesus Christ, like, the Jesus Christ,” she says before the camera cuts to her standing in the kitchen as a bright light and a character dressed up like Jesus appears. She says he told her how he was “really bummed” by all the people who use his name for intolerance and oppression.

In her perverse parody, Silverman then claims Jesus called her to spread his message to the people. What is that message? “Even if they think you're kidding,” this false Jesus said, “they’ll hear you and they’ll make their own choice.”

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VIDEO: Reminding God of His Prophetic Word

Remember how excited you were when you got that prophetic word 5, 10, or even 15 years ago? You set your heart to prepare yourself to walk it out. You confessed it out of your mouth. You declared it shall come to pass. You prayed it through. You did everything you were supposed to do, but it still hasn't come to pass. In fact, it may even look like the exact opposite is about to happen. It may look like to enemy has already robbed your prophecy. It may look like the prophetic word will never come to pass.

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VIDEO: Dealing With Church Hurt God’s Way

Have you been hurt in church? What are you supposed to do? How do you handle it? Leave the church? Confront the issue? Bury it? Lash out at the person who hurt you? When people are hurt by a church or church member, how can this conflict be resolved? What does this Bible say about this and how do you practically walk that out?

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Why You Should Remind God of Your Prophetic Words

Remember how excited you were when you got that prophetic word five, 10 or even 15 years ago? You set your heart to prepare yourself to walk it out. You confessed it out of your mouth. You declared it shall come to pass. You prayed it through.

You did everything you were supposed to do, but that prophetic word still hasn’t come to pass. In fact, it may even look like the exact opposite is happening in your life. It may look like to enemy has already robbed your prophecy. It may seem like the prophetic word will never come to pass.

Now is your moment of decision. Will you give up on that tried-and-tested prophetic word that you know that you know that you know is from God? Or will you go back to the author of that prophecy—Jesus—and remind Him of the prophetic word?

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Gays and Atheists Were Created in the Image of God Too

I write bold columns about agendas that oppose God's will each and every week through my Watchman on the Wall column. My passion is to see God’s truth reign in the land, witness the captives—whatever they are in bondage to—set free, and see masses healed by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Although people who oppose my biblical worldview often launch especially distasteful attacks against me, I keep right on writing. Not because I am trying to anger those who oppose me but because of my calling to boldly speak the truth in love, to wake up the church and to see people break free from anything and everything that would hinder them from an intimate relationship with Jesus.

So when Samuel Rodriguez, a man of God I respect tremendously, called me yesterday afternoon to share his heart about Imago Dei, I was all ears. And when he asked me to join the movement as a prophetic voice to this generation who is committed to proclaiming God’s truth to all people, I immediately signed on.

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Do Dogs Go to Heaven or Just Seeker-Friendly Churches?

Over the years, I’ve had a number of people ask me if dogs go to heaven. That’s the subject of hot debate, but it turns out some dogs do go to church.

I’m not sure if it’s a publicity stunt or seeker-friendly church strategies gone to the dogs, but a Methodist church in Maryland is inviting canine congregants to dress up in their Sunday morning best and listen to the gospel.

According to an Associated Press article, Rev. Al Deal plans to bark out a sermon to churchgoers and their four-legged friends. Deal figures, “For those who love their pets ... they are part of the family.” Maybe so, but what redeeming value is there in inviting loyal Spot to Sunday morning service? Here’s Deal’s reasoning, as the AP reports it:

“Not only do many pet owners love their animals like children, he said, ‘There are some folks who don’t like leaving their pets, especially dogs, at home alone. I thought it would be nice if they could be provided with a warm, welcoming and comforting place to worship with their canine companions. And Mt. Zion United Methodist Church is just the place. I refer to Mt. Zion as the little church with the big heart.’”

And maybe a few big dogs?

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Jennifer on the Radio: Is America Too Spiritually Sick to Recover?

On last week's Dose of the Ghost on Chosen Generation Radio, I sat down with Pastor Greg Young and Ken Thornberg of Freedom Encounter Ministries to discuss a pointed question: Is America too spiritually sick to recover? That's a question that's on the minds of many people as some prophets are prophesying judgment and others are prophesying revival.

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Dealing With Church Hurt God’s Way

We except to be mistreated in the world, but we’re often blindsided—and get out feelings hurt—when brothers and sisters in Christ don’t invite us to the party, talk behind our backs, or aren’t there for us in a time of need.

I wrote a short article with some prophetic insight on overcoming hurt feeling’s God’s way some years ago and it’s consistently one of the most visited articles on my site. And on Sunday I was a guest on Love and Life Radio, where I discussed the topic of “church hurt” with Coach Steph. Although some would argue that we need to die to self, overcoming hurt feelings—dealing with offense—remains a relevant topic in the church today.

Have you been hurt in church? What are you supposed to do? How do you handle it? Leave the church? Confront the issue? Bury it? Lash out at the person who hurt you? When people are hurt by a church or church member, how can this conflict be resolved? What does this Bible say about this and how do you practically walk that out?

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