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
A strong childhood desire of mine was to be a teacher. Another was to be a preacher. The Head of the Church, our Lord Jesus Christ, must have planted those in my heart, for He united them in the living out my life in His service.In every session that we videoed to become 3BI classes, I sensed the thrill of a fulfillment of my God-given childhood dreams. There has been a wonderful anointing to teach and share the witness and revelation He has given. And there is proof it is reaching on-line students. Here are some testimonies:Read More
Israel’s BordersGazaWe drove north from Beer Sheva to the Elah Valley, site of David’s victory over Goliath. The place of the confrontation has been purposely kept in its natural state. Most of us gathered 5 smooth stones from the brook to take home. Chip easily got into the telling the account of probably his favorite O.T. hero. We looked up at the hills where the opposing armies encamped. Then, some of the group saw lights flash in the sky. It was the Iron Dome defense system taking out rockets being launched from Gaza just a few miles to the West.Read More
Please forgive me for not being in touch since coming to Israel.My first reason for not blogging, is that I was so involved in leading our initial 3BI Tour to Israel. This study-heavy tour, the first of its kind, will make a superb online course.Days we travelled and videoed with an amazing group of 88 students.Nights I prepared for the next day.Read More
3BI Billye Brim Bible Institute was officially launched February 4, 2020.
My heart is thrilled to think our classroom has grown to include people I could never get to for an in-depth teaching session. One where we go into the Word of God and look deeply into its treasures—especially with a prophetic eye-view into the scriptures which tell the end from the beginning.
We are teaching 3BI courses in a hotel in Branson, January 13-17.
The way I prepare the courses is to teach them in a live classroom setting. Then they are edited to become on-line courses. Right now we need more students to attend the Branson classes in January. Usually we teach out at Prayer Mountain, but since it is cold in January, and mountain roads can be slippery, we are looking forward to staying at the hotel and having classes there. Our students are so blessed, not only with the study, but with the camaraderie. At the end of this blog, you can see how to apply. Suggestion! You might give the gift of this 3BI class to someone as a Christmas Gift. Or even to yourself! Plus, it will be an inspiration to me to have you present as I teach!
First, I apologize for telling you I would be blogging from the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington D.C. last week and then not doing it. It was because I found I could not type or send email on my laptop. That’s fixed now. And here are some highlights of what I think was the best NPB I’ve ever attended.Read More