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Journey to see God: What God detests

Time of the season to read what God says about what He detests. Isaiah 8:19-20 New Living Translation (NLT) 19 Someone may say to you, “Let’s ask the mediums and those … Continue reading →...
by Narrow Gate to heaven? on Oct 17, 2015

journey to see God: Abraham’s God

Abraham was a man noted of his faith in the unseen God. God was pleased with faith. God rewarded his faith. Why did he have such faith as to obey … Continue reading →...

start praying, begin crying

Filed under: end days church countdown, end times church witnessing, the power of prayer, watch and pray, Watchman Intercessor Journal Tagged: Bible plumb line, Christianity, End Day, fast and pray, … Continue reading →...

Safety is definitely not the absence of danger but the presence of God

“If we do not live in awareness of the end, then our present living is nullified and meaningless –we all live as others live…for self and to please self.” (Jeremiah … Continue reading →...

The Jesus Generation

Some years back, we read of people born in different periods being classified as generation X or generation Y etc. The social classifiers (mostly commercially linked) tried to put people … Continue reading →...
by how to hear God collection on Jun 9, 2015

Hear God’s Voice (resources)

“Hearing the voice of the Lord is probably the single most important element in having a victorious Christian life after being born-again. The Lord knows all things and will show … Continue reading →...

a morning call: Come out into the fields

This morning this watchman recaps what has happened during the last three days. On June 4 he was led to read Matthew 24, all about end day: Earthquakes, famines, wars, … Continue reading →...

Journey to see God: Noah saw Jesus

The watchman has found that reading the Bible as led by the Holy Spirit brings a fresh route every time. Here is what happened today. He was led to read … Continue reading →...
by You are Delivered! Be Free! on Jun 4, 2015

watchman’s 3 am discourse : So let’s stop condemning each other

The conflicts within churches and between churches usually concern matters that the Lord Jesus has foreseen and adequately prepared Christians to overcome. One thing that causes many conflicts is ‘not knowing’ God enough. The watchman has...

from now on: everyone is defined

Colossians 3:9-14The Message (MSG) 9-11 Don’t lie to one another. You’re done with that old life. It’s like a filthy set of ill-fitting clothes you’ve stripped off and put in the fire. Now you’re dressed in a new wardrobe. Every item of yo...

3 am: HOLD FAST

Today’s word: “HOLD FAST TO THE WORDS OF GOD.” 1 Corinthians 15:2 by which also you are saved, if you hold fast that word which I preached to you—unless you believed in vain. In Context | Full Chapter | Other Translation...

3 am revelation: YOU ARE NOT DEFINED BY WHAT YOU BUILD

Recently the spiritual watchman was invited to visit some impressive ‘monumental’ churches. The main attraction is always the hardware: the building, the stadium with multilayer seating arrangements, the podium, the stage, the sound syste...

wake-up call: teaching and receiving

It was a time when the apostles and disciples of Jesus waited at the upper room for the Holy Spirit out-pour on them. On the Pentecostal Day it happened. What does this mean to a Christian today? Was it a part of the church history? Or is it a presen...

how to live Romans 12:2

In the beginning people were created not to become drunkard. The first Bible warning against alcoholic drink is from Genesis chapter 9. After the flood that wiped out every living things (except those in the ark) on earth, Noah enjoyed bounty harvest...

Ezekiel 43 Let them study its plan: the Temple

The pattern of the Temple. Ezekiel 43:1-12New Living Translation (NLT) After this, the man brought me back around to the east gateway. 2 Suddenly, the glory of the God of Israel appeared from the east. The sound of his coming was like the roar of ru...

Jesus foretells the future to whom? Matthew 24

Often we read the Bible without noticing whom Jesus is talking to. The audience may be the crowd, or the enemy, or the believers: those who want to follow Jesus, or those who already follow Him, or those whom He has called to follow Him and they have...

Mark 11-12 Q & A time with Jesus

When we read Mark 11-12 we find twelve situations in which Jesus is being questioned and/or questioning in return. What do people usually ask given a chance to see Jesus face to face? Different motivation drives different question. Amazing how some m...

walking with Jesus: Mark 10 making a difference

In reading Mark 10 we see the difference Jesus wants His disciples to make. We are to march with a different drum beat. When I read the history and biographies of many missionaries, at the beginning of the 20th century, I understand what Jesus means...

walking with Jesus: Mark 5 the power of Jesus’ authority

When we read Mark 5 we see Jesus using His authority. An encounter with Jesus’ authority makes a person whole: demons bow down and beg to be allowed to flee. Insanity no longer bounds a man’s mind. Fear vanishes. Even death must submit to...
by Biblical Living 123 days on Mar 24, 2015

walking with Jesus: who is listening? Mark 4

Jesus puts His audience in a spot: are they really listening to His teaching? Jesus teaches by lots of simple stories relevant to the daily living of ordinary people at that time. What is the requirement to be His audience? Back then, Jesus already d...


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