Rabu, 19 Oktober 2016


By Dr. Charles R. Solomon

It is common to hear, today, that the only hope for the survival of our country, as we have known it, is revival in the Church. Then, some of the same believers will be heard saying, "The day of great awakenings is past." If both statements were true, there would be no hope!
While it is true that we need revival, we can only have it on God's terms - not attempting to 'pray down' revival while preaching Old Covenant-style messages! When we preach New Covenant messages consistently, we will experience the New Covenant, the crucified life or revival.
On an individual basis, we have witnessed such revival for almost five decades around the world. So it is no mystery, nor is our God capricious. It has always been, and always will be, that revival must happen on an individual basis, which can then spread from one believer to another. Such is the goal of intentional discipleship. It is the ministry of the Spirit's filling, which is readily available to prepared hearts.

Being at the end of fleshly resources is the common requirement, and experiencing the cross (Gal. 2:20; Rom. 6:6), is the common answer. We must be emptied of self before being filled with the Spirit. However, it is difficult for a church to admit defeat and being powerless, since it has been the 'go to' source for these many years. Then, expecting revival to be a mass outpouring in one fell swoop, as in some past awakenings, ignores the need for heart preparation for each believer. In such awakenings, they were filled with the Spirit, and the cross had to become a reality; but they were not aware of the role of the cross. Therefore, they could not deny themselves and take up the cross daily, since they did not know they had taken it up once! As a result, revival did not continue. In the case of the Welsh Revival of 1900, Jessie Penn-Lewis added this vital dimension in her fine writing, after revival was no longer in progress. Now we need revival based on the experienced cross, as we have witnessed it since 1970. (This is simplified and packaged as the Wheel & Line (in Chapter 4) - a tested tool for troubled times!) 
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Minggu, 16 Oktober 2016

Where Is the Disciple's Cross?

Where Is the Disciple's Cross?
(En Español)

In our modern era we have a different version of Christianity than that which Christ founded in the first century. Our version secures a hope in the afterlife but does little to change us in the present life. We are still as easily offended and as unloving as those who do not know Christ -- and we are certainly just as divisive.
Yes, we marvel at what Christ accomplished at Calvary, but we shrink from what He desires to fulfill in us. We desire His blessings but not His backbone. Because we have diluted the full purpose of Christianity, which is functional conformity to Christ (Eph. 4:24), the power to transform us is likewise diluted. As a result, our leaders fall, marriages fail, and the gospel is reduced to a course on ethics, which we can take or leave since God forgives us anyway.
As awesome as being forgiven is, the Son of God did not lay down His life only to secure our forgiveness; the eternal goal of His sacrifice was to secure our full transformation. Forgiveness is but the first stage of transformation.
Thus, when Paul writes of knowing the "power of [Christ's] resurrection," he unites resurrection power with "being conformed to [Christ's] death" (Phil. 3:10). Conformity to Christ's death is the purpose of the disciple's cross; it is the gateway into the resurrection power of Jesus Christ.
The Anthem of the Cross
Why do we not hear more messages about the disciple's cross? We hear much on inner healing; we know basically how to lead people to Christ. We have even adopted and adapted into our Christian theology terminology from modern psychology -- we know when something needs "closure" or the problems associated with "dysfunctional families."

But when will we discuss the power of Christ's cross? When will we rediscover the power of the crucified life?
It is not as though the symbol of the cross is absent from our culture; on the contrary. The cross sits majestically on top of our great cathedrals and it adorns our most humble worship centers. It embellishes Bible covers and religious books alike. Not only is it incorporated into the sacred emblem of our many ministries, it is also the insignia for numerous charitable foundations, hospitals, and relief agencies. Row upon row, it stands guard in our cemeteries. It has even become a popular jewelry item, worn by Christians and non-Christians alike.
Yet when was the last time you heard a sermon on the disciple's cross? Or asked the clerk at the Christian bookstore for the section on carrying the cross? Or when did you last participate in a worship service that included just one song about triumphantly bearing the cross? Apart from a hymn or two, the emphasis on the cross is missing.
Yes, we hear of faith, hope and love; we seek spiritual gifts, blessings and prosperity, but why is there so little emphasis on the disciple's cross? My goal today is not to expose what is lacking with Christian music or bookstores. From my heart I commend our psalmists for their majestic melodies; their worship songs truly communicate deep and intimate adoration of God. But where is the anthem of the cross? Where are the musical scores that centralize and exalt the very crest of Heaven, the triumphant sign of the Son of Man? When will we hear songs that, like banners, unfurl before the army of God, inspiring us to embrace the life and redemptive path of our crucified King?
In truth, we lack lyrics about the disciple's cross because we avoid teaching the disciple's cross. Our minstrels are only writing songs inspired by current theology. The fault lies in the pulpit and with those of us who are Christian leaders. Under the guise of compassion for the weak, we have presented a gospel that's weak. We present comfort, but not challenge and sympathy without standards.
My friends, let us not deny the weak their comfort nor the infirm their healing, but let us also press toward the full stature of Christ. Jesus said uncompromisingly to His disciples, "If anyone wishes to come after Me, he must deny himself, and take up his cross and follow Me" (Matt. 16:24). It is time to get serious with God, to pick up the cross and discover again the power that accompanies a crucified life. The cross is the power of God.
Lord Jesus, for too long I have lived in spiritual immaturity. I have sought to be coddled instead of crucified. With all my heart I desire to become like You, Jesus. Forgive me for being so easily distracted and so addicted to comfort. Hear my heart, O Lord, and restore me to true conformity to You in all things. Amen.
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A YEAR of MIRACLES (Video) - Andrew Strom

A YEAR of MIRACLES (Video) - Andrew Strom

Filmed in Australia, this video is about the amazing things God
has done this year that we have never seen before. It is called,
"Freed by the Power of God". Take a listen at the link below-


Special blessings to all.

Jumat, 07 Oktober 2016


by Bryan Hupperts

"He led you through the great and terrible wilderness (desert), with
its fiery serpents and scorpions and thirsty ground where there was no
water; He brought water for you out of the rock." - Deut. 8: 15

"And you shall remember all the way which the Lord your God has led
you in the wilderness (desert) these forty years, that he might humble
you, testing you, to know what was in your heart, whether you would
keep his commandments or not." - Deut. 8: 2

The dry times, those painful seasons of barrenness, are times to be
humbled before the Lord. Jesus said that the Father was glorified when
we bare "much fruit that remains." Notice when the children of Israel
finally got fruit...after they had walked through the desert.
Fruitfulness is the ultimate objective of God for you when he has you
walking through a desert.

What is precious in the desert? Sand? No, there is shifting sand
everywhere. Sky? No, in fact, there is little protection from the
merciless beating of the sun. What is precious in the desert is water.

A single drop of water can make the difference between living and
dying. Water is the precious commodity of life. Life processes only
occur in the presence of water. Most plants cannot survive in deserts.
For those that can, survival depends on their tap root digging deep
through the sand to find water. Water is the survival issue in arid
lands. Having water is the decisive factor between what lives and what

Look at the history of God's dealings with his saints. He led his
people out of Egypt by the hand of Moses...through the desert headed
to the promised Land. John the Baptist lived in the desert until the
word of the Lord came to him. Jesus was "led by the Spirit" into the
desert to be tested by the devil. Paul spent years in the desert
before his commissioning as an Apostle. God has used the drought of
many deserts to forge some of His finest saints.

Deserts are such obscure places. They precede blessing but are
themselves looked upon as curses. They function to bring you to the
place of having to only concern yourself with the basics of existence.
It is when water, symbolic of the Living Word of God, becomes they
only issue of your life, what you live and die by, are you finally
ready to enter into the Masters service. One drop from heaven is all
you need. When all else in this world appears as sand in your eyes,
empty barren waste, you are ready for
Kingdom service.

Deserts have the curious effect of hardening your resolve while
humbling your heart before God.

Plants grow in direct relation to the amount of water available. When
you can blossom with just a little water, you can blossom anywhere!
After the desert, you will be "like a tree planted by the water"

The only plants that survive the desert have root systems that can
find water. The roots' absorption force must be greater that that of
the soil. In other words, you have to thirst more for the Waters of
Life than the world. It is when you hunger and thirst for
righteousness that you are satisfied.

Don't curse the desert times. God is testing you, seeing what is in
your heart. Actually, he is letting you see what He has seen all
along. Allow your roots to grow deep into God so that "out of your
belly shall gush forth rivers of living water." A river in the desert
suddenly springing forth? Sure, that's His way.

God often uses the desert to prepare the messenger. When the messenger
is ready, then the message comes. We have our part to prepare
ourselves for the ministries God calls us to. We also have to be
prepared by God for those same tasks. When we can serve Him in a place
of barrenness, we can serve Him in a place of fruitfulness. It is when
we are humbled and broken of our own power that God can then show
Himself strong on our behalf.

There are some beautiful things growing in the desert. Be patient and
let Him finish what he has started in you. It takes a deep, well
developed root system, to be able to not only nourish a plant, but
produce and feed the growing fruit on its' branches. If there are no
roots, there will be no fruit. And His goal is to bring you to a place
of fruitfulness.

-Bryan Hupperts (c)1997.

Sabtu, 01 Oktober 2016

"Come and See"

"Come and See"
(En Español)

John and Andrew began their spiritual commitment to God's will as disciples of John the Baptist. In fact, they had actually been standing near the prophet when Jesus walked by. As the Baptizer saw Jesus, he cried out, "Behold, the Lamb of God!" and from that moment the two disciples began to follow Jesus (John 1:35-37).
This was an insightful account. It is John's handwritten testimony of how he came to the Son of God. Yet John has deeper truths to reveal beyond this historic portrayal. He is also going to reveal what we should each ultimately seek when we come to Christ.
Let's pick up the narrative. The two disciples, having heard and believed John's messianic proclamation about Jesus, are now walking, perhaps hurriedly, to catch up to Jesus. They are within conversation range.
Then Jesus turned, and saw them following, and saith unto them, What seek ye? They said unto him, Rabbi, (which is to say, being interpreted, Master,) where dwellest Thou? He saith unto them, Come and see. ---John 1:38-39 KJV
There are many reasons one comes to Christ. We may seek Him for health issues or to possess the keys to prosperity. Perhaps we need deliverance or are burdened with the cares of a loved one. Yet, as the Lord asked John and Andrew, so He asks each of us: What are you seeking in life? What goals compel us?
When we approach the final season of our lives, will the things we have achieved be transferable into eternal accounts? Or will we have spent our time and energies on that which is void of true life?
Jesus asks, "What are you seeking?" It is a very important question. The Lord desires that we take inventory of our passions and objectives and then chart our course toward heavenly values. You see, many say they love Jesus. What they mean is that, in time, they hope to get around to loving Jesus. Right now, however, they barely know Him and almost never spend time seeking Him.
The proof that we love Him is that we keep His commandments (John 14:15). What must He think when so many who say they love Him are, in fact, not loving Him but actually having an affair with this world? May God have mercy.
Yet this is not your situation. In spite of your flaws and weaknesses, you sincerely desire to possess more of God. You have emerged from your trials determined to walk closer to the Lord. Indeed, Christ sees this holy desire and, to Him, it is the most precious part of you.
The Lord's heart is also moved toward those who follow Him, though they may walk limping. To those wounded by injustice or the effects of sin, the Lord's promise remains faithful: "A bruised reed He will not break and a dimly burning wick He will not extinguish" (Isa. 42:3). Surely He will bring to victory the justice due you.
Like John and Andrew, we, too, "behold the Lamb of God." Just as He asked them, so He turns and asks us, "What are you seeking?"
The Dwelling Place of Christ
In response to Jesus' probing question, the disciples' answer may seem strange. For they did not ask Him for greater power or one of His many spiritual gifts. Instead they asked Jesus something more personal and intimate: "Where dwellest Thou?"

I'd like us to consider the poignancy of their answer. They wanted to know where Jesus lived. There are times when a question transcends the simple boundaries of intellectual curiosity and actually reveals one's quest in life. Such is now the case: they are seeking to live with Jesus. They are searching for the dwelling place of God.
Our Father wants us to ask for spiritual gifts and special blessings of health and financial prosperity. To desire these things is not wrong; it is just not enough. Inside the heart of a God-seeker is a quest for more. We are in search of the "dwelling places" of God. In truth, our hearts have been divinely programmed. There are within us "the highways to Zion" (Ps. 84:5).
Our destination is nothing less than oneness with Christ. All fruitfulness comes from living in spiritual union with Jesus. In contrast, whatever we offer as service to God that is not the result of our union with Christ, that labor is in vain; it is a weak comfort. For apart from Him, we can do nothing.
John tells us in his first epistle that those who say they abide in Him ought to walk "in the same manner as He walked" (1 John 2:6). Abiding in Jesus leads to walking like Jesus.
Beloved, there is yet much more to learn and discover concerning our Lord! We must beware of spiritual complacency. Recall the prayer of Moses: at the end of his life -- after being used by God to confront and defeat the gods of Egypt, after dwelling in the Lord's glory and beholding miracle after miracle for forty years -- Moses prayed, "You have begun to show Your servant Your greatness and Your strong hand" (Deut. 3:24).
"You have begun?" No matter how much we attain, no matter what revelations of God's glory are ours, we have only begun to see His glory.
The disciples answered astutely, "Rabbi, where dwellest Thou?" May this become our prayer as well: Where do You live, O Son of God? Where is Your dwelling place? To all who feel similarly, Christ says to us what He promised them: "Come and see."
Dear Master, I turn to You now. You are my life's greatest goal. I desire to live with You, to abide in the wonder of a life united with You.
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Kamis, 29 September 2016



NOTE:  In 1997/98, well-known Christian musician Steve Camp
wrote the following hard-hitting commentary on today's Christian
music industry:

                Out of love and zeal for Biblical truth and the desire
                to bring it to light, I come to you, brethren,
                burdened and broken over the current state of
                Christian music. I come not out of a heart of
                condemnation, but out of convictions immersed in tears
                one in desperate need daily of our Lord's grace to be
                conformed to His image. I come being aware of the
                depravity from which I have been saved and that my
                heart, apart from the grace of the Lord Jesus Christ
                is desperately wicked and eternally sick. Early in my
                own musical journey I wrote songs that neither
                represented good music or precise theology. My motives
                were vitiated; my actions were not godly; and my lips
                were unclean. The thirst for prominence and position
                made my heart prideful, judgmental and callused. But
                the Lord, out of His infinite grace and otherworldly
                love, broke me with His chastening hand to bring true
                repentance in my own life-and it's that life of
                repentance which is my greatest desire and my greatest
                failing. It is out of the crucible of those
                experiences that I am driven to speak with conviction
                to these issues.

                This document is a call to Reformation-a clarion call
                to recover Biblical Christianity in the arts. Music is
                a powerful tool from the Lord Jesus to His church
                intended for worship, praise, encouragement,
                edification evangelism, teaching, admonishing, and
                exhorting God's people to holiness-with always our
                chief aim to glorify God and worship Him forever." But
                beloved, the serpentine foe of compromise has invaded
                the camp through years of specious living, skewed
                doctrine and most recently secular ownership of
                Christian music ministries. While I assert this, I
                recognize that there are godly men and women who love
                the Lord, that work for these companies and record for
                these companies, but that's not the issue here. The
                crux of the matter is that the overall nature of our
                industry has dramatically shifted. The Apostle Paul
                warns "it takes only a little leaven to leaven the
                whole lump." (1 Corinthians 5:6) When sin is tolerated
                ultimately permeates and corrupts the entire church.
                What is pure today will inevitably be polluted
                tomorrow if we do not "purge out the old leaven. . . "
                (Ibid. 5:7) In the past several years, there has been
                a not-so-subtle drifting away from Christocentric
                music to an anthropocentric music. Sadly, this has
                resulted in various visible manifestations of
                spiritual sedition-where currently, the CCMI finds
                itself on a slippery slope sliding away at accelerated
                speeds from the Savior, the Scriptures and the church.

                Contemporary Christian Music originally began
                unashamedly declaring Jesus Christ as Lord. Within a
                few years His name was replaced by several generic
                titles filtering out the name of God ultimately to the
                non-specific cognomen, "Love." This led to a multitude
                of pseudonyms: "The Man Upstairs"; "My Higher Power";
                "Our Family Values Expert" ad nauseam...ad infinitum.
                This Biblical illiteracy I've coined as theological
                ebonics-Biblical language diminished to cultural
                unintelligible chatter affirmed as profound,
                acceptable spiritual truth. Os Guinness is "spot on"
                when saying, "[we have seen a change] from an emphasis
                on 'serving God', to an emphasis on 'serving the self'
                in serving God." The object of faith is no longer
                Christ, but our self-esteem; the goal of faith is no
                longer holiness, but our happiness; and the source of
                faith is no longer the Scriptures, but our experience.
                Christian music currently reflects this. We are
                producing a generation of people that "feel" their
                God, but do not know their God.

                We have been given a solemn and sacred duty to
                communicate through music the fathomless riches of
                God's eternal Word. The Word of God is the most holy
                thing we will ever hold in our hands in this lifetime.
                As Dr. John MacArthur says, "This book contains: the
                mind of God, the state of man, the way of salvation,
                the doom of sinners, and the happiness of believers.
                Read it to be wise, believe it to be saved and
                practice it to be holy...."

                Lamentably, the music of heaven has been sold to the
                world-to the ones who had the deepest pockets and made
                the sweetest promises. In a very real sense, "Simon
                the Sorcerer" has succeeded in purchasing the work of
                God from the "apostles" of our industry. (Acts 8:
                14-25) What has been the result of this partnering
                with the world? Gospel music today has become music
                for the moment, but not for eternity. Transitory,
                temporal, trivial messages that devalue Deity and
                raise "felt need" affairs above eternal "real need"
                concerns produce disposable, consumer driven,
                cotton-candy music. This is playing marbles with

                We are unequally yoked with an unbelieving world, sin
                goes undisciplined, is even tolerated for some artists
                because of their visibility and sales power and the
                truth and authority of Scripture is ail but abrogated.
                Biblical illiteracy is pandemic. Accountability to the
                local church has all but been abandoned. Moral
                pluralism and erroneous forms of ecumenism are the
                dyslexic doctrines of today. A politically correct,
                reductionist gospel that appeals only to the flesh and
                a syncretistic methodology in communication through
                the arts have sought to replace the true "Gospel
                According To Jesus" evidenced in the fruit of an
                obedient life fully surrendered to the Holy Spirit and
                His truth.

                Could it be that the love of money is at the root of
                it all? Or could it be that ignorance has revealed the
                unschooled in matters of faith and doctrine?
                Unquestionably both. For many, money has been and
                continues to be the prerequisite for "ministry" and
                Biblical truth is no longer vital but vicarious!

                Departure from the Word of God is now clearly
                evidenced in our music, lyrics, business practices and
                Alliances. Beloved, if we do not repent of our sins,
                God's judgment will surely be upon us.

                When Martin Luther stood at Wittenberg's Door he
                called for reformation from the
     recalcitrant Roman Church.  Now it is our turn, almost five
     centuries later, to sound the alarm in our generation. This time,
     to call the Christian Music Industry to reformation back to the
     supremacy, sufficiency and Lordship of Jesus Christ. Genuine
     revival-a fresh return to obedience in Christ is surely needed
     today, but that would be almost impossible given the current
     environment of our industry.

     Why? True revival is marked by repentance; true repentance brings
     restitution; true restitution demands that Christian music be
     owned and operated only by believers whose aim is the glory of
     God consistent with Biblical truth. This means that the current
     CCMI labels must return all the money they have received to their
     respective secular counterparts that purchased them and divorce
     alliances with them. The CCMI has gone too far down the wide road
     of worldliness and there is not the tenacity of character and the
     Biblical courage of heart and mind to do the right thing no
     matter what the cost.

     These are serious times, brethren, that call for real answers.
     This is not a time for duplicitous people, proclaiming a diluted
     message, from disingenuous ministries.  It is a time for those
     whose lives are tempered with the steel of righteousness, girded
     with the belt of truth, standing firm in the gospel of peace,
     raising high their shield of faith, guarded with the helmet of
     salvation, to wield the sword of the Spirit with a surgeon's
     exactitude, praying always with all prayer and supplication, with
     all perseverance for all the saints in the Spirit. (Ephesians

     Will we champion again the manifesto of the Reformers: Sola Fide
     (by faith alone); Sola Gratia (by grace alone); Sola Scriptura
     (on the Word alone); Solus Christus (because of Christ alone);
     and Soli Deo Gloria (to the glory of God alone)?  Do we have the
     conviction of heart and courage of mind to do what's just?   Do
     we have the boldness to shout above the roar of the marketplace
     that the Emperor has no clothes?  Will we leave our careers, our
     contracts, our carefully cultivated plans and press releases, our
     unequally yoked record companies to serve the Lord again with all
     our heart, soul, mind and strength?  There is no gray in
     this-it's a matter of obedience.  

     Oh brethren, "we have a name to be alive, but we are dead."
     (Revelation 3:1)  There is no greater love song to proclaim than
     the once for all sacrifice of Jesus Christ our Lord at Calvary,
     but yet others feel content to sing about the chaff of this
     world.  What the New Testament church wrestled with the least is
     what our industry craves the most money.  How dare we think we
     can play politics with God, with His truth and with His church.
     We can't negotiate with sin no matter what kind of capital is at
     stake-and that really is the issue here.

     Let us "press on, that [we] may lay hold of that for which Christ
     Jesus has also laid hold of [us]. (Philippians 3:12)   Let us
     "lay aside every weight and the sin that so easily ensnares us
     and let us run with endurance the rave that is set before us."
     (Hebrew 12:1)  Let us fall on our faces before our Holy Lord,
     repent of our sin and return to our First Love.   With lives
     bathed in His grace, let us provoke one another to love and good
     works.   With undivided hearts may we leave the prodigal's pigpen
     and come back to the Father's house.  Let us commit to prayer and
     fasting seeking the Lord's will with a broken, contrite and
     obedient heart.  Let us return to our churches and to the
     faithful pastors/elders that shepherd us - submitting ourselves
     to their godly leadership.   May we be students of His Word
     filled daily with His Spirit. 

     Pray on this.  Pounding on "Wittenberg's Door", let us come
     together to make history to make Contemporary Christian
     Music...Christian again.

-Source - reformationmusic.com/


-Author Unknown.

The Maker of all human beings is recalling all units manufactured,
regardless of make or year, due to a serious defect in the primary
and central component of the heart.

This is due to a malfunction in the original prototype units' code
names Adam and Eve, resulting in the reproduction of the same
defect in all subsequent units.

This defect has been technically termed "Sub-sequential Internal
Non-Morality" or as it is more commonly known and primarily
expressed,  "S.I.N."

Some other symptoms include:
1. Loss of direction
2. Foul vocal emissions
3. Amnesia of origin
4. Lack of peace and joy
5. Selfish or violent behavior
6. Depression or confusion in the mental component
7. Fearfulness
8. Idolatry
9. Rebellion

The Manufacturer, Who is neither liable nor at fault for this defect,
is providing factory-authorized repair and service free of charge to
correct this SIN defect.

The Repair Technician, Jesus, has most generously offered to
bear the entire burden of the staggering cost of these repairs.
There is no additional fee required!

The number to call for repair in all areas is: P-R-A-Y-E-R

Once connected, please upload your burden of SIN through the
REPENTANCE procedure. Next , download ATONEMENT from
the Repair Technician, Jesus, into the heart component.

No matter how big or small the SIN defect is, Jesus will replace it with:
1. Love
2. Joy
3. Peace
4. Patience
5. Kindness
6. Goodness
7. Faithfulness
8. Gentleness
9. Self control

Please see the operating manual, the B.I.B.L.E. (Believers'
Instruction Before Leaving Earth) for further details on the use of
these fixes.

Continuing to operate the human being unit without correction,
voids any Manufacturer warranties, exposing the unit to dangers
and problems too numerous to list and, will result in the human
unit being permanently impounded.

For free emergency service, call on Jesus.

The human being units NOT responding to this recall action will
have to be scrapped in the furnace.

The SIN defect will not be permitted to enter The Maker's facility,
Heaven, so as to prevent contamination of that facility.

Thank you for your PROMPT attention!,

GOD,The Maker

P.S. Please assist where possible by notifying others of this
important RECALL Notice.