“But God…” – Part 7

GOOD MORNING, everyone! 🙂

There’s more to being “drunk” than consuming alcohol in excess. On today’s podcast, I’m praying about what happens when a person loses control of themselves in areas of the soul – your will, emotions, and mind. That’s a very serious matter… indeed, a problem only the Godhead and Their Goodness can solve.

Join me as the second week of our two-week series, titled, “BUT GOD…” begins.

Listen to Season “527 – Drunkards”

12th of October

GOOD MORNING, dear listener! Welcome to Pocket of Praise in the Spirit for a brand new week.

God’s declarations over us and singing over us is an ongoing thing, and His pronouncements of good and not evil are everlasting and cannot be penetrated or defeated by the realms of darkness. HALLELUJAH!!!

Let His Spirit rest on you and bathe you in the beauty of holiness; pray along with His Spirit in me, and God bless you.

12th of October

“But God…” – Part 1

We’re starting a brand new, two-week series today, folks – one that is sure to be of benefit to all of you in candid and loving truth according to God’s word. It’s one of those introspective, nitty-gritty, podcast series that is SO needed in the life of every believer. It’s called, “BUT GOD…”

The scripture texts it comes from are 1 Corinthians 6:9-11 and Ephesians 2:1-5. Tell a friend to tune in with you for these next two weeks to be edified, convicted, strengthened, informed, and renewed in the spirit of your mind regarding the Mighty Rescuer God is, and also regarding the need for all of us to let His Truth and Light and Life pour continually into our lives. God bless you as you listen!

Listen to “Season 521 – Fornicators”

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.