Pentecost is On — Meetings back to Zoom for the time being

We had a pretty good Pentecost Potluck party. The Awakening is On. It starts by repentance/healing — letting God clean us out so Holy Spirit can flow through us. It means be being filled. It means moving in the gifts – even in creative miracles. It means speaking the Word in boldness.
I really thank the 3 people who really went out of their way to come. Those who did not, really missed it.
Given lots of ins and outs that I won’t go into, I’ve decided to go back to Zoom for the time being.
See you Sunday, I hope!

If you are looking for mid-week meetings, this week you can tune into www.Revival.com — as well as the usual recommendation of T & Th https://perrystone.org/live-oci/
and Friday evening https://www.chavdaministries.org/Groups/1000047680/Chavda_Ministries_International/Media/Media.aspx

This guy is in LA and you can get his service in the afternoon, and also Friday prayer https://www.youtube.com/user/ShekinahWorshipTV

Most pastors NEVER recommend you watch someone else – for more reasons that one. I’ll just say: if you have any questions, let me know. Just be sure you are fed. There is LOTS available, so beside YOUR OWN prayer, singing, and Bible reading — there is no reason not to be fully fed and grow as fast as you can, especially if you have to be in.

But it it time to be out. Listen to God and serve people.

Another Summary of Where we are


Lance Wallnau explains the swirl of current events, including the “pandemic” and “the deep state” and gives direction to the church. Pentecost is power for witness and the church is to be a temple for all the nations.
Be sure to subscribe HERE — because social media is often shut down for anyone who doesn’t got with the false narrative.

Walk To Emmaus

Sorry, forgot to record the service, but here is a short recap.
Psalm 78 notice: the theme of rehearsing the miracles in times past.
Luke 24 Jesus revealed on the walk to Emmaus: notice the same theme
Jesus comes to the two who are talking about what he had done and said, so much that they thought everyone was thinking about it
Notice how they characterize Jesus: the devoted one, the prophet, mighty in DEED and word
Notice they were sad, they speak of the hope, now forlorn
Notice they were bewildered at the women’s story
Jesus rehearses all the Scripture, how the Messiah was to suffer and rise again
Jesus did the usual blessing before the meal, hosting presumably because he was the teacher
in this, He revealed Himself
Then, the two were so excited, they went all the way back, in order to tell the eleven
Jesus came again, when they were rehearsing what He had said and did
He tells them they are to be witnesses, but wait for the power to come on Pentecost
In the same way, we have the key to rehearse what God has said and done, and inquire as we walk and talk, and now, look for Jesus
And expect power to be a witness, coming on Pentecost
Since we have seen such apocalyptic happenings this Spring, such a great rescue this Passover, not surprising we expect a Pentecost to mirror the first one.
expecting to meet face to face soon, expecting to focus on evangelism soon

Chariot Wheels Falling Off

We had difficulties with Zooming today.
So, I recorded the meeting, pretty much like it would have been had we met via Zoom.
This won’t stay up … gone now.

BTW, very happy that my theme has been verified prophetically. Other, bigger “men of God” have been referring to the chariot wheels coming off. Praise God .. So good to not only protect us but to speak to us… and consistently so. And so very important in this hour. Thank you, Lord!

We will have words and pix with the music from now on when using Zoom. Sorry for that lack before. BTW, discovered that our problems Sunday were because of a glitch that Zoom had. Oh my! on Sunday? Guess we had better pray for tech and for tech protection.

Hoping to be back live on Pentecost Sunday. That is May 31. Hope it will be a potluck party. Stay tuned for an announcement.
Then after that, hoping for personal evangelism.

Course links:
https://www.patriotacademy.com/ Free course on the Constitution
https://online.hillsdale.edu/#home Constitution 101

What is going to happen?

What is going to happen when you die? How do you know? Do you know for sure?
Why not accept the grace, the gift of Jesus?

Ephesians_2:8  For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:

If it is a gift, why refuse it? If it is nothing< why resist? All you have to do is pray in your heart that you receive the gift of God's grace. Well, no, you have to believe, receive, and say it too. Romans 10:9 That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. If you want to know more, read the Bible.

LEADERSHIP – The Way We Do Things Here

Good leaders feed the sheep, watch over their souls, and mature the saints for more ministry and for growth into being like Jesus.

Most pastors in regular churches strive to develop a stable sheep base, so they have money for their infrastructure. Sure, many hope to actually teach some Bible along the way. But this pattern makes ministry really about placating people’s flesh, so they don’t stop giving. This model wastes a lot of time, hoping to do ministry somewhere sometime hopefully.

By contrast, we hope to develop more shepherds. If one is developing leadership in others, then one must deliver loving correction some times. One must always watch to see if lessons are learned, if tests are passed. One must rigorously lead by doing the best, hearing the best, teaching the best one can. Without this, people are not maturing and not being made ready for leadership. If the people don’t want this, they are not ready to prepare for leadership. They are not really even walking the Christian walk.

Tests for leadership don’t always come in the same order, but here are some very basic ones.
1. Work. You get to lead, or even have a say, only if you are working for the group.
2. Fulfilling the commitments you made. If you can’t do this, you are not reliable. You are not a leader. This goes along with telling the truth.
3. Being coordinative rather than rebellious. There is a place for leadership, so there is a place for respect and working with others, especially in the agreement upon direction.
4. Being civil, respectful, honoring.
5. Learning. How much should a teacher lavish attention on a student who refuses to learn?
This includes just plain being lazy lazy lazy. You were not meant for decoration.
This includes the full cup syndrome, that is, thinking you a lot, but showing you don’t.
This is related to avoiding the demons of division and strife — who often manifest as religious spirits and often get all caught up in nonsensical details.

Everything is a lesson. Everything is a test. Just because no one says anything to you, doesn’t mean they don’t know what you did; it doesn’t mean you got away with it.
We have already seen an amazing amount of spiritual warfare for such a little group. Just because you are the one scandalized, doesn’t mean you are the most right, the most holy. Often it means you are the most demonized. Don’t be scandalized; instead, be delivered, be healed, and be taught.

We know that given our mission and design, we will attract those who want to be leaders, but haven’t been in the past. This can be a place that will heal the wounds, fill in the holes, and cast out the demons. I hope this will help. Only you can make the decisions.

Panegyric an Angel Woodstock

Awesome word of joy about a good Daddy God’s work for us Hebrews 12:18-24 , and 13:20.
The cross you take up is obedience. Whatever God tells you do to, that is what you obey. That is following Jesus.
Complete with music aimed for the folks who remember the 70s.
Will post if I can recover and transform the format of the recording.
But… you missed it.

And Will and Bonnie Chavda (in their service in Fort Mill SC) both quoted this verse: Zech 9:12. The Spirit works like that.