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EPHPHATHA! Part 3

Once the eyes of our “inner man” are opened plainly by God’s power, nothing can stop our progress in Him (but us).

As our series for the week continues, join me in heartfelt intercession for Christ’s church that we all will humbly allow His keen discernment to overtake us.

Also, prepare yourselves for a special, happy announcement at the conclusion of the podcast! 🙂

Listen to Season “518 – Our Eyes”
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Brains and Pride Will Take You Down

Welcome to another session of Pocket of Bible Study!

Tonight’s continuing exegesis comes from John 7:25-53, a passage that gives credence to tonight’s topic in truckloads.

My mother used to tell me, “Humble is the way.” Once, she called my name and made sure she made piercing eye contact with me before she said it. Those words are true, child of God.

Are you one who relies entirely on your “smarts” to get you through life? Do you sometimes tend to rely more heavily on your own intellect than on the power of God Almighty to navigate your course? I truly hope not, because… well, tonight’s topic says it all!

Listen to Session “TU013 – Brains and Pride Will Take You Down”
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EPHPHATHA! Part 2

GOOD MORNING! (…afternoon, evening, night) 🙂

Holy Spirit asks, “Is it possible for the ears to hunger and thirst?” What an amazing question.

On today’s podcast in our new series, I’ll be getting His answer and praying for all of us to have ears to hear what the Spirit is saying in these last of the last days and end of the end times. You’re welcomed to join me. Amen.

Listen to Season “517 – Our Ears”
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EPHPHATHA! Part 1

Good Monday to all of you! 🙂

Today we begin a brand new podcast series from a miraculous scriptural account of healing by Messiah Jesus.

What on earth does that title mean, you ask? Well, turn in your bibles to Mark 7:31-35 to find out, as I intercede for us all regarding the mind.

Listen to Season “516 – The Mind”

To the Body of Mashiach and our Jewish friends everywhere, have a solemn and blessed YOM KIPPUR.