Jesus in the American prison

Posted Nov 18th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic

(The following is purely a fiction. The names of people, incidents, characters, etc. are imaginary. However, the ministry and life of Rev.Dorsey and of John Hyde, the Praying Hyde of India are real. It is a parable to bring the truth to the people of God).
Jesus in the American prison – Part I
By Job Anbalagan
Jesus on a donkey
If Jesus were with us today in flesh, the modern Pharisees and Scribes would not allow him entry into their...

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Posted Nov 15th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


“Woe unto you, Scribes and Pharisees!”
Jesus as Prophet did not spare the Scribes and the Pharisees of His time. He exposed their deeds and unmasked them before the very people who were the victims of these religious leaders. He did not give any message palatable to their taste. Jesus could not tolerate “Phariseeism”, while forgiving sinners. In the 23rd chapter of Mathew, He rebuked them on their face, saying seven times, “Woe unto you!” He even...

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Towers to Tents/It

Posted Nov 12th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


Towers to Tents!
- R.Stanley
Reading: Genesis 13:1-8
"Godliness with contentment is great gain!" (1 Tim 6:6)
A very important lesson we learn from the obedient life of Abraham is his contentment with less. "By faith he sojourned in the Land of Promise as in a foreign country, dwelling in tents" (Heb 11:9). A comfortable city-dweller is now in the deserts. He left towers for tents. He faced too many odd situations. But we don't see any trace of murmuring in his story. The...

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Prayer Walk/The Gospel of the Kingdom

Posted Nov 9th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


Prayer Walk
- R.Stanley
Reading: Matthew 10:23-33
"When you pray, go into your room, close the door and pray
to your Father who is unseen; then He will reward you openly" (Mt 6:5,6).
With the renewal of interest in the subject of intercession and spiritual warfare has come the practice of organized walks across the streets of cities and towns called Prayer Walks. Is this right?
First and foremost, it must be pointed out that, according to Jesus, prayer must be essentially offered in secret (Mt...

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The Power of Integrity/Solace of Silence!

Posted Nov 6th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


The Power of Integrity
by Richard Wright http://www.eaglesaint.net
We are now living in a world of compromise, in a society that has abandoned moral standards and Christian principles in favor of expediency or practicality. The underlying philosophy is based on accomplishing goals by whatever means are necessary. This self-centered perspective should have as its motto: “If it works for you, do it”. This is a notion that inevitably leads to compromise of conscience and convictions. Because compromise is so prevalent in our...

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The Promises of God on Sale?/Each one Reach one!

Posted Oct 31st 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


The Promises of God on Sale?
by Jeanette Reed www.vision2advance.com
Email: Jeanette@vision2advance.com
Recently my inbox has been inundated with sale flyers for anointing oil and associated products. Most of these promotions have catchy phrases indicating that the use of a particular flavor of oil will release the power of God in my life.
According to some of these promotions, if I want financial breakthrough I need to buy oil with cinnamon scent. If I want healing I need to buy oil with hyssop. If...

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IDOLATRY & HUMAN LEADERSHIP

Posted Oct 28th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


Do Not Be Ignorant Of Your True Spiritual Condition
- Zac Poonen
We read in Revelation 3:15-22 that the elder in Laodicea
was rebuked strongly by the Lord for a number of reasons.
He felt he was rich and increased with goods and had need of
nothing. Riches are not related only to money. One can be
rich in knowledge, gifts and talents too - and thus feel
self-sufficient.
Those who are intelligent, eloquent and gifted need to walk
with fear, because they are in constant danger of...

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What Is A New Testament Church? (Part-4)

Posted Oct 25th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


What Is A New Testament Church?
Part 4.

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What is a new testament church? (Part-III)

Posted Oct 22nd 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


What Is A New Testament Church?
Part 3. Contextual Ministry
The New Testament Church recognized both the appointment of church offices and the endowment of gifts. Men appoint men to an office. A gift however, is the manifestation of the Holy Spirit in a person. It is the Holy Spirit's use of a believer for a divine purpose.
"Gift" Versus "Office"
Consider the two following scriptures:
1 Timothy 3:1 KJV
This is a true saying, If a man desire...

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Restoring The Fallen: The Problem with Pedestals

Posted Oct 19th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


Restoring The Fallen: The Problem with Pedestals
by Danny Steyne
In August 2006 on a Mountain in New England the Lord spoke to me to do something that seemed absolutely ludicrous. By far, it was the strongest word to that point I had ever been given in regard to the place where the church was now functioning. I shared the word with a couple of the other speakers who indicated that it was pretty radical, but they both sensed it was the...

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Sweet Smell/Lesson from Fig Tree

Posted Oct 16th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


Sweet Smell
- R.Stanley
Bible Reading: 1 Samuel 1:10-20
"God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son..." (Jn 3:16)
A mother once sent her eldest daughter for mission work. News reached her that she was martyred in the mission field. She sent her second daughter who was also killed. She sent her third daughter also to the mission. She was killed too. Her friends gathered to offer their condolences. The mother said to them, "I weep not in bereavement but...

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What Is a Disciple?

Posted Oct 13th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


An Important Invitation to you
God has opened a new door for us with MySpace.com which we can use for effectively ministering to thousands of people. First of all, I would exhort you to become a member of my group in this website. Then I can teach you through our group forum on the subject of Prophecy. I can effectively minister to you on this subject. You can post your messages in this forum after 7 days of...

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The Life That Can Pray

Posted Oct 10th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


The Life That Can Pray
By Andrew Murray
Our power in prayer depends upon our life. Where our life is right we shall know how to pray so as to please God, and prayer will secure the answer. Hear the Lord Jesus in the parable of the vine: "If ye abide in Me, and My words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you" (John 15:7). And again...

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Adoration

Posted Oct 7th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


Adoration – An Element Of True Prayer
By D. L. Moody
Prayer holds a high place among the exercises of a spiritual life. Robert Murray McCheyne said, "A great part of my time is spent in getting my heart in tune for prayer. Prayer is the link that connects earth with heaven."
It may be said that there are nine elements which are essential to true prayer. The first is adoration; we cannot...

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(1) Discourage discouragement (2) Intelligence & Influence

Posted Oct 4th 2007, 12:00 by Prophetic Pulpit on Prophetic


Discourage Discouragement!
Reading: 2 Corinthians 12:7-10
"Cast all your anxiety on God because He cares for you" (1 Pet 5:7)
Satan has found that discouragement is the most effective of all tools he employs against God's people. No saint in the Old or the New Testament could escape this. Otherwise how do you explain Prophet Elijah, a champion on Mount Carmel, becoming the coward of the worst sort the very next day under a juniper tree? It's the experience of men and...

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