Gary Fishman and Russ Painter share their prophetic viewpoints on the times, seasons and current events we are all facing. Too much of what passes for prophetic revelation these days is either repackaged Old Testament theology or “clappy-happy” ear tickling nonsense. Sometimes controversial, but always Kingdom focused, our goal is to give you actionable revelation that flows out of the Father’s heart for us as His children.
For many Christians, getting offended at things other people say and do is a full time occupation. It’s also a shortcut to poor health, and even worse, it’s the complete opposite of what sons & daughters of God are supposed to look like.
Why does the New Testament only speak of “sons” and not “sons & daughters?” Is this just another example of sexism in the scriptures, or are there actually compelling reasons for describing God’s children in this way? Let’s talk about it…
“I’m only human.” “Hey, nobody’s perfect.” “I promise I’ll try to do better from now on.”
We all say things like this, right? But when we do, it exposes the truth that we are actually living under a false identity.
For generations Christian women were told that their services in the Church were few and well-defined: things like minding the kids or working in the kitchen preparing food. But what does the Bible actually say about the role of women?