NES is the word for Miracle in Hebrew.
And we have had one for our 25th Anniversary Autumn Assembly of Prayer.
Noah Webster’s definition of miracle is “a divine intervention in the ordinary course of nature.” I don’t back up from this definition in saying that we have had one. And I didn’t even know we needed one.
On Sunday, sensing “the pray-ers” needed a rest and a refreshing…Not to mention that I needed one, after a week’s teaching on The Book of Revelation for a 3BI course, I thought of the Scripture that says, “For with stammering lips and another tongue will he speak to this people. To whom he said, This is the rest wherewith ye may cause the weary to rest; and this is the refreshing.”
I wanted to remind the 3’oclock Sunday afternoon pray-ers that one purpose of praying in tongues is to provide this spiritual rest. And as the New Testament also teaches, it is a way to edify, or to recharge our batteries, so to speak.
What a time it is to be chosen by the Lord to live upon the earth!
The Bible speaks of running a race. I believe it is a relay race and this is the last lap. What an honor we have to be chosen to be the carriers of the baton in the last lap. For that is where the fastest runners are positioned.
This morning on Pat Robertson’s 700 Club, our good friend, Chris Mitchell, CBN’s Jerusalem anchor, presented a wonderful clip of his 20 years in Jerusalem. Very informative. Then he and Pat discussed how all the players of the Ezekiel 38 and 39 war are in place.
Jesus is coming soon!!!!!
And more doors than ever have been opened to us in this ministry.Read More
The IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) have prepared a briefing and a video military tour of Israel’s borders for the CUFI (Christians United For Israel) Summit.
They did this especially for John Hagee and the Christians of CUFI to show their appreciation for us. This was no little undertaking and we are so privileged to see such a thing.
What a unique way to obey Jesus and “watch the fig tree.”
I had this wonderful Father’s Day video before Father’s Day. And I wanted to share it with you. But I held it till today because they were “debuting” it yesterday at our church in Collinsville. Nikki Niblet, primarily, and Kylie Gatewood, my granddaughter, produced it out at Pastor Lee’s old farm home place which the Gatewood’s are renting. Jimmy Gatewood and my great granddaughters, Judea (6) and EliAnna (3) are the hostesses and attendee at the tea party.Read More
Chip phoned me! He often does—and what a thrill it is to this mother’s heart that the son who was probably the most challenging in his youth is now a pastor who loves to discuss the Bible with me!!!
But that day, he was in a quandary. He’d gone out to preach at a church in another state and found they were not yet as free to meet, etc., as Oklahoma was. So—what to do about the C4C Rally in Branson. That was the question.
I advised him to do what Brother Kenneth E. Hagin taught:Read More
On our Wednesday 8 AM Prayer Call, someone from Minneapolis urgently asked us to pray about the tragedy that occurred Monday May 25th. A video recorded the senseless choking to death of George Floyd by one policeman while others stood by doing nothing to stop it.I immediately thought of a word from the Lord that I’d received about God’s plan for the area. I said to the prayer call participants, “I’ll see if I can locate it, and I’ll post it later.” But without even getting up from my prayer chair, I looked into a woven basket at my feet. It contains Bibles and things I’m studying along with a couple of small note books to write prayer notes or things I receive from the Lord. There it was!Read More
Then I spent telephone time with Lynne Hammond. Always a joy! And, by the way, my granddaughter, Hannah, asked me if she could use our 8am Wednesday Israel Prayer Call number to have a Q & A call with Lynne. Hannah collected some questions from some of her younger praying friends. Lynne very comfortably, and highly anointed answered them. It was so good, I got in on the call at the end.Read More