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Selecting the Next Saul: Five Signs of the Supernatural Shift By Shane Philpott The upcoming presidential election has caused many to experience worry and fear as never before. We have seen nothing like this in our lifetime. Politics has never been for the faint of heart, yet the hars
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How Kathryn Kuhlman Overcame a Murderous Spirit By Karen Hardin Forty years ago, Kathryn Kuhlman went on to glory. The healing anointing and miracle mantle that marked her life are still inspiring believers around the world today through books, recordings and video—but it could have b
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An Assault On God’s House

Sheep and shepherds are under attack. Pastors everywhere are telling me that the adversary has ramped it up and is relentlessly assaulting both them and their people. I just spent 3 days with pastors from all over the country and their story is the same: the frequency of the attacks a
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Discovering God’s Will

I am a huge advocate of discovering and implementing God’s will in every area of my life. Here is the process that I’ve stuck to through the years, and it hasn’t failed me yet! I trust it will be a blessing to you: 1. Pray about it. 2. Think about it. 3. Talk to wise people, but do no
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The Value Of Pastors

In the early morning hours of December 3, 2009 I had the most amazing dream from the Lord. In this dream, Lisa and I were at a vast construction site where a large number of crews were demolishing buildings. There were many, many buildings at this site, and they were buildings of all
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State Of The Church

Having spent the last three days with over two dozen ministers, many of them senior pastors, at Kenneth W. Hagin and Lynette Hagin living faith crusade, I felt it important to share these observations which came out of the numerous meals, meetings, services, and times of fellowship th
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Keeping Ministry Relationships Pure

In the early years of my ministry, I would always go out of my way to ensure that I didn’t miss any conferences whatsoever. If there was a conference, I was there. We would take time off of work, put it on the credit card, or radically rearrange our schedules if necessary. Of course,
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The Rise Of The Secular Church

The secular church has always been among us. Whether it was Paul’s dealings with the Gnostics of his day, the warnings given to John regarding the Nicolaitans, or the prevalence of today’s pleasure-seeking churches, the secular church has never had a shortage of people keeping it aliv
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Days Of Difficulty

Recently, in spending some time with the Lord, He began speaking to my heart in regard to a number of things that He is preparing to address His church about this year. Now, I’m talking not just the church here in America, but also the church globally. We all know that these are days
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