Will God expose your sins and weaknesses prophetically?
“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?
Or maybe not.
Once again we’re being inundated with all manner of end-time “prophecies,” all proclaiming imminent disaster by virtue of heavenly signs like an eclipse, a zodiac convergence, blood moons, interstellar flatulence (sorry, made that one up!), etc. Sadly the list grows ever longer.
Join us for this episode of Strategic Insights as we gleefully deconstruct and debunk these eschatological aberrations, for your edification and enjoyment.
The Pharisees of Jesus’ day held many of God’s people in a prison of impossible-to-follow rules, religious ritual, dead works and controlling elitism. Not surprisingly, the same religious spirit which dominated their philosophies is still alive and kicking in much of modern-day Christianity.
In his newly updated book, Distorted Images of God’s Heart: Phariseeism in the Modern Day Church, Gary Fishman exposes the workings of Phariseeism so that we can begin to walk in the glory, power and holiness that the Lord intended. Click here to purchase your copy now: http://amzn.to/2uctH3S
Isaiah prophesied, “Arise, shine; for your light has come, And the glory of the Lord has risen upon you.” (60:1)
Yet too many believers still live under the deception that things must go from bad to worse in the world so that Jesus can finally return to rescue us.
Thankfully Father God is turning up the light to reveal the truth that what Isaiah prophesied is not only possible, it’s inevitable because of who we are in Christ, and who He is in us!