Sabtu, 29 September 2012

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The Need for Us To Truly "Redeem" The Time We Have Left

The Need for Us To Truly
"Redeem" The Time We Have Left

by Glenn H. Jackson

Words of Prophecy

*       In this hour, it is most important for every one of My children to be found "redeeming their time" in the diligent pursuit of a "burning" [active] revelation of My Will for their life and ministry. It is certain that I have been preparing a remnant Church for that which does not presently exist in the physical realm [the new wineskin]. Because of these things, the reception of revelation knowledge becomes the key concerning one's understanding of My true plans and purposes for them in these days [both individually and corporately]. Now is the time when I shall "unveil" those whose hearts are wholly given to My highest purposes and, truly I say to you, they shall shine brightly right to the end of the age [Ephesians 5:15-17] - "glorious beacons" to a lost and dying world.   

          ...."Look carefully then how you walk! Live purposefully and worthily and accurately, not as the unwise and witless, but as wise [sensible, intelligent people], Making the very most of the time [buying up each opportunity], because the days are evil. Therefore do not be vague and thoughtless and foolish, but understanding and firmly grasping what the will of the Lord is".... Ephesians 5:15-17 The Amplified Translation

        ...."Walk in wisdom toward them that are without, redeeming the time. Let your speech be always with grace, seasoned with salt, that ye may know how ye ought to answer every man".... Colossians 4:5-6 KJV                          

        ...."THE LORD is my Light and my Salvation  - whom shall I fear or dread? The Lord is the Refuge and Stronghold of my life - of whom shall I be afraid? When the wicked, even my enemies and my foes, came upon me to eat up my flesh, they stumbled and fell. Though a host encamp against me, my heart shall not fear; though war arise against me, [even then] in this will I be confident. One thing have I asked of the Lord, that will I seek, inquire for, and [insistently] require: that I may dwell in the house of the Lord [in His presence] all the days of my life, to behold and gaze upon the beauty [the sweet attractiveness and the delightful loveliness] of the Lord and to meditate, consider, and inquire in His temple [Ps. 16:11; 18:6; 65:4; Luke 2:37]".... Psalms 27:1-4 The Amplified Translation

        In these days I have great peace but, at the same time, I perceive that there is much more at stake [on a daily basis] than we could possibly even comprehend. We must not "allow" ANY fear to influence our heart [or our thinking] any longer [2 Timothy 1:7; 1 John 4:18; ] and, in positioning ourselves to walk in a holy reverence for the Father's highest and most holy purpose it is certain that shall gain a deep and abiding revelation of the need for us to truly "redeem" [make the most of] the time we have left. Regardless of what any of us have gone through in past years as we were learning [we are still learning] how to make the "full transition" from a total dependence upon ourselves to a total trust and dependence upon the Father and His Word, we can have the "deep assurance" that whatever we have gone through has been perfectly orchestrated by our loving Father. All those who have made a "quality decision" [a decision from which there is NO turning back] to walk by faith [love] have a deep and abiding assurance [in their heart] that everything IS "right on schedule" concerning the fullness of their precious destiny in Christ. There is coming soon a day, EVEN NOW, in which we will look back [in the light that the Holy Spirit provides] at the times of our "wilderness experiences" [and the many "storms" and trials that were found there] and begin to rejoice "fully" in the perfect preparation and work that the Father has done in us. Let us be found rejoicing NOW in these days - KNOWING that ALL things are "unfolding" in ways so perfect [and far reaching] that our minds couldn't even handle it if we had any more than a "glimpse" into the whole plan of the Father for us in this final hour [both individually and corporately]!

Israel PM Benjamin (Bibi) Netanyahu's 

Address to the United Nations on Iran and Radical Islam

Kamis, 27 September 2012

Water girl

You've Got Style

Guardian UK

Top Shop Show Video 

Behind the Scenes London Fashion Week

Join Jess Cartner-Morley at the preparations for Topshop's catwalk show at London fashion week. She talks to Topshop's creative director Kate Phelan, formerly Vogue's fashion director, about the next trends expected to hit the high street. Topshop's show has an immediate impact, with some clothes available for purchase straight away.

How To End well

The master was full of praise. 
‘Well done, my good and faithful servant. 
You have been faithful in handling this small amount, 
so now I will give you many more responsibilities. 
Let’s celebrate together!’

How to End Well
Dr. Charles Stanley
Many people think about the last years of life as an opportunity to just relax. But this does not align with God's purpose for us; He wants us to serve Him all the days of our lives.

Let's look at the apostle Paul's journey and explore what it means to finish well. He spent time pouring into others until the very end of his life. Consider the letters he wrote to Timothy from a prison cell prior to being executed. In every season of life, God calls us to serve others.

And notice how, when writing about his life, the apostle chose words descriptive of a battle. He understood the human struggle against sin as well as the challenges of pain and persecution in the trials we all face--even in doing kingdom work like preaching Christ to a fiercely resistant society.

This godly servant's life was also marked by surrender. His mindset is obvious in these words: "present your bodies a living and holy sacrifice, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service of worship" (Rom. 12:1). He was not afraid of Nero, nor was he struggling to stay alive. Paul trusted God to determine everything about his life, including where he would go, what he would do, and when he would die. Death did not scare him, because he knew he would dwell with Jesus forever.

God doesn't require our lives to be perfect in order to finish strong. We can live life fully and be ready to meet our Maker by surrendering, walking victoriously with Christ, and serving others. If Jesus called you home today, would you--like Paul--be confident that you lived well until the end?

For more biblical teaching and resources from Dr. Charles Stanley, please visit

When It's All Been Said And Done

Robin Mark

Well Done Good and Faithful Servant
Deitrick Haddon

Rabu, 26 September 2012

Day of Atonement

Prophecy In The News: Day of Atonement


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You've Got Mail

Technology Ruins Romance: The Letters

More Than Letters
Benjamin Francis Leftwich

All the water, all the water in the world
Stop my heart, stop. Lay for once
And do you know, the secret road...
Where I can go, to see and feel you grow

If it's not too much, i would love to see you there
With bone colored skin and flowers in your hair
If it's not too much, i would love to see you there
With bone colored skin and flowers in your hair.

Where does the time go?
Where does the time all go forever?

It hides in your eyes, in a picture
In another place's sky

I have it in my hands,
They're the words to a song I never sang.
It's more than letters, it heals that bridge.

If it's not too much, i would love to see you there.
With bone colored skin and flowers in your hair.
If it's not too much, i would love to see you there
With bone colored skin and flowers in your hair.
If it's not too much, i would love to see you there.
With bone colored skin and flowers in your hair.

You can be my woman, you can take the water.

Ace hole

Selasa, 25 September 2012

A Tough Message About Hell



Volumes of Style

Books piled high and stashed on shelves create an eye-catching design accent

Refresh your home decor for less with these budget decorating ideas from designers and our editors.

Gather inspiration from some of our favorite pictures of libraries. Whether the style of your home is traditional, modern, or somewhere in between, we've got decor for everyone. 

Minggu, 23 September 2012

You Are Doorknob + Yeshua, Yom Kippur and Talmud + The Rapture vs The Second Coming

Words of Life Weekly Devotional
You Are Doorknob
by Peter Haas 

The pharisaical approach is the epitome of legalism. It occurs when we obey God's Moral Law to earn God's love and attain God's righteousness. Key symptoms may include:
  • Striving
  • A lack of the fruit of the Holy Spirit (Galatians 5:22-23)
  • A consistent lack of motivation for things like prayer or Bible reading
  • Quite often, the commands of God feel like a curse
  • Obedience feels hard
  • God routinely feels distant or perhaps disinterested
On the other hand, we have the grace-driven approach. This occurs when we understand God's free gift of grace. Shockingly, our righteousness has nothing to do with our behavior. God scandalously applies righteousness to our sin-drenched souls out of pure generosity. Key symptoms may include:

  • Feeling like you just won the lottery
  • A desire to shout and scream like a crazy person
  • A strong desire to meet with this God over and over in prayer
In a grace-driven approach, we don't obey because we have to but because we want to. The Moral Law, which condemned us outside of Christ, has now become our worship list. Obedience is now just one of the fun ways we say thanks to Him while He drenches us with favor; it naturally flows from our lives. Christianity is not a process in which we earn love; it's a process in which we reflect love. Or as it's often said, "We are not saved by good works. We are saved for good works!"

For the Christian, the Bible isn't a list of requirements but a list of results after experiencing God's love. Righteousness is not the reward of living rightly. It's the unmerited gift that, once understood, irresistibly results in right living. And suddenly the motivating energy that drives our quest for morality changes from striving to being thankful for what God has already done in and through us. This has a profound effect on how joy-filled and grateful your faith becomes and has a dramatic effect on how you motivate those around you to serve the Lord.

So which of these two approaches do you live out more? If you're like me, you probably vacillate between the two of them quite often. So the real questions become: How do we stop this craziness? How do we tip ourselves into the grace-driven approach once and for all?

Truth be told, it's incredibly easy to pick up burdens that God never called us to carry (Matthew 11:28). Even more, there's still a part of us that wants to earn God's righteousness. And why? Grace just doesn't seem fair! And, honestly, it's not fair. But you're lying to yourself if you think you can start earning His love. So allow me to give you a better analogy of who you are in Christ. I hope this will thoroughly persuade you to abandon all of your legalistic pursuits once and for all.

I've always liked celebrity auctions because they reveal how silly we all are. Some famous person blows their nose, and the rest of us immediately start bidding on the tissue. Then we can brag about our majestically framed snot-rag (and how it reveals our tight bond with the blower) when our friends come over. Our secret hope is that it will make them want to be our friends even more. (At least that's how it worked for me in fifth grade when I got my favorite professional wrestler's autograph.)

A while ago the news reported that someone spent a fanatical amount of money purchasing a creaky old doorknob from the estate sale of Marilyn Monroe. It was mind-blowing what this stupid old doorknob sold for. Of course it wasn't even a high-quality doorknob, not that I'm a doorknob expert. But I certainly know it had no intrinsic value except for the fact that it belonged to Marilyn Monroe.

It's the same way for those of us who belong to Christ. On our own, we're just another doorknob. What makes us special is that Jesus touched us. Just as the doorknob in the auction had gained merit by being associated with Marilyn Monroe, our merit comes from being associated with Christ. Now you might still be tempted to say, "But God: Look at me! I'm a freaking great doorknob! I read my Bible more than others. I even return rogue shopping carts in the grocery store parking lot." May I lovingly remind you that you're still an old doorknob.

Excerpted from Pharisectomy: How to Joyfully Remove Your Inner Pharisee and other Religiously Transmitted Diseases by Peter Haas. Copyright 2012 by Peter Haas. Published by Influence Resources. Used with permission. Watch Peter Haas this Tuesday on LIFE Today.

Yeshua, Yom Kippur and Talmud

Lamb and Lion Ministries
The Rapture Versus The Second Coming


Sabtu, 22 September 2012


Artist At Work + Prophetic Parallels Moses and Jesus

"Artist At Work" --on Your Life
Pastor Adrian Rogers

“Being confident of this very thing, that He which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.” - Philippians 1:6

In Scotland some men were sitting around drinking tea and swapping fishing stories. One man, with a flamboyant gesture of his hand, knocked another man’s hand, splattering his tea on the white plastered wall, creating an ugly brown stain. He was horrified, but the man said, “Never mind.” And he took out his crayons and started to sketch around that stain. Suddenly there emerged a royal stag with his antlers spread.

The artist was Sir Edwin Lancier—England’s foremost painter of animals. He was able to take that old stain and make something beautiful out of it.

Jesus Christ is that kind of an artist. He can take a life that has been stained, and by His transforming power He can make something beautiful out of it.  



In the News:

THIS SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 23 2012, Tishrei 7,  
SIMULTANEOUS Worldwide Jewish Prayer for Peace, 
through the coming of Mashiach, announced in our tradition. 

Based on Israel Time 17:00, New York 11:00, Los Angeles 8:00, Paris 17:00, Sydney 1:00 Sept 24.

ALL JEWS AS ONE: This unique event in Jewish history has been impulsed by motivated Jewish people with help and blessings of rabbis around the world of all affiliations (Ashkenazim, Sephardim, Chassidim) with a strong desire that all Jews will be united at the same instant, observant or not, whatever beliefs, affiliation, age, nationality to end all suffering and to welcome the revelation of Hashem's (G-d) Name. With blessings of great tsaddik Rabbi Kaniewsky from Israel too.

Jewish Prayer in English 

"Master of the Universe, We, the children of Israel, ask you for Mashiach to redeem us , now and with mercy, from exile and all suffering, to reveal your Name in the world and to bring peace."

2 Chronicles 7:14-16

My people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray 
and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.  Now my eyes will be open and my ears attentive to the prayers offered in this place. 

For God so loved the world 

that he gave his one and only Son, 

that whoever believes in him 

shall not perish but have eternal life. 

For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, 

but to save the world through him.

Whoever believes in him is not condemned, 

but whoever does not believe stands condemned already 

because they have not believed in the name of God’s one and only Son. 

John 3:16-18