Friday, April 30, 2010


Living Waters University, Andrew
toadbellyfire I like the fact that Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron are winning lost souls for Christ. 8 3 months ago
llama49052 Ray sure doesn't mess around. But i think most people actually see what he's doing as being without love. Even many of the people in my church believed just that when i taught the WOTM basic training course. I disagree. I think Ray and Kirks passion, willingness, obediance, and concern speak volumes of love. They get nothing in return for what they do. (Except how God blesses them) So its not like there's secret motivation to do this for any earthly gain. Christians don't hate people folks. 6 3 months ago
Living Waters University, Ryan & Jerome
hewayofthemaster — October 15, 2009 — Ray Comfort shares the truth of Christianity with two brothers, Ryan and Jerome in Huntington Beach, CA
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A Lesson From The Moment of Truth

Witness to Seal Beach Kid


-by J. Lee Grady.

We charismatics celebrate the Holy Spirit, yet our theology of the
Spirit is often off balance.

Two popular charismatic speakers stood on a stage two years ago
and decided they should demonstrate the power of the Holy Spirit.
One guy pretended to throw an imaginary "fireball" at his friend,
who promptly fell over as if he had been zapped by the divine power.
Then, feeling equally playful, the guy on the floor stood to his feet
and threw the "fireball" back at his friend-who fell after the "blob"
of God hit him.

Everybody laughed and had a hilarious time at this outrageous
party. There was just one problem. The Holy Spirit is not a blob,
a fireball or any other form of divine energy that can be thrown,
manipulated, maneuvered or controlled.

This scenario happened in a charismatic church-a place
where the ministry of the Holy Spirit is presumably honored
and understood. It's incredibly sad that many of us who wear
the charismatic label have forgotten what the Scriptures teach
about the third person of the Trinity. At the risk of sounding way
too elementary, I'd like to offer this basic layman's guide to
pneumatology-the study of the Holy Spirit and how He works:

1. He is the Spirit of the Lord. He is not a force (as in Star Wars),
a magical power or an "it." The Holy Spirit is God, and we should
revere Him as God. The concept of the Trinity doesn't make sense
to the human mind. Yet Scripture reveals God as a triune being.
As theologian Norman Geisler writes: "God is one what (nature)
with three whos (persons). This is a mystery but not a

2. He is our Regenerator. Jesus told Nicodemus that we are
born again by the Holy Spirit (John 3:5). True conversion is the
most supernatural thing we will ever experience! When a person
puts his faith in Christ for salvation, it is the Spirit who opens the
heart and quickens divine life. He then indwells us. While this is
an invisible process, it is no less miraculous. When we are
converted our hearts cry out, "Abba! Father" because the Holy
Spirit is "the Spirit of adoption" (Romans 8:15); He gives us
confidence that we are now children of God.

3. He is our Empowerer. When we are baptized in the Holy
Spirit we are "clothed with power from on high" (Luke 24:49,
NASB). The Spirit who already indwells us fills us to the point
of overflowing. Jesus said the Holy Spirit's power would flow
out of us like "rivers of living water" from our innermost being
(John 7:38). This overflow releases supernatural boldness
(Acts 4:31) as well as the anointing for various gifts of the
Spirit including prophecy, speaking in tongues and healing.

4. He is the Spirit of Truth. The Spirit has access to all the
wisdom and knowledge of God. When we abide in Him, He
leads us continually into truth-causing us to grow and
mature spiritually. He wants to fill us with the treasures of
heavenly revelation. We can fully trust Him because He never
does anything to violate the Word of God. As our teacher
(1 John 2:27), He knows the difference between truth and error,
and those who depend on Him will walk in discernment and
avoid deception, pride and carnality.

5. He is our Counselor. This word is also translated "Advocate,"
"Comforter" or "Helper." The Greek word, parakletos, means "one
called alongside to help." It implies that the Spirit comes to our
legal defense when we are accused or troubled; it also means
He is a close friend who offers encouragement, consolation and
direction when we face any difficulty. He is truly a friend who
"sticks closer than a brother" (Prov. 18:24).

6. He is our Intercessor. This is probably one of the greatest
miracles of grace. The Spirit who lives inside of us "intercedes
for us with groanings too deep for words" (Rom. 8:26). Even
when we don't know how to pray, the Spirit prays the perfect
will of God. No matter what kind of dark difficulty we face, the
Spirit travails for us until we emerge on the other side.

7. He is our Unifier. Like the master conductor of an orchestra,
the Holy Spirit pulls together each individual Christian-with all
of our diverse gifts-and causes us to flow in synchronization as
one body. The Spirit distributes His gifts to individuals (1 Cor. 12:11)
and He brings about the "fellowship of the Spirit" (2 Cor. 13:14)-
a supernatural, loving harmony among believers that overcomes
jealousy, envy, strife and bitterness.

8. He is our Refiner. The Spirit took the form of a dove at Christ's
baptism, but He is often portrayed in Scripture as a fire. He is
the "refiner's fire" (Mal. 3:2-3) who purifies us of selfishness, pride
and wrong motives. The Holy Spirit is indeed the fire of blazing
holiness, and He can be both grieved (Eph. 4:30) and quenched
(1 Thess. 5:19) when we disobey His promptings.

As we prepare to celebrate the day of Pentecost in less than a
month (it's on May 23), let's meditate on all aspects of the Spirit's
work in our lives-and invite Him to fill us in a fresh way.

-This article is being discussed at-

-J. Lee Grady served as editor of Charisma for 11 years. His newest
book is 'The Holy Spirit Is Not for Sale'.


TE ROGI DUPA VOIA LUI ?Niciodată să nu spui rugăciuni, ci să te rogi.


"Faceţi în toată vremea, prin Duhul, tot felul de rugăciuni şl cereri..." Efeseni, 6:18

Să examinăm şase tipuri diferite de rugăciune:

1) Rugăciunea în acord; ia aminte: "Vă mai spun iarăşi, că, dacă doi dintre voi se învoiesc pe pământ să ceară un lucru oarecare, le va fi dat de Tatăl Meu care este în ceruri." (Matei, 18:19) Când lupţi cu ceva prea mare pentru a putea fi înfruntat de unul singur, caută-ţi un partener de rugăciune şi stabiliţi împreună ţelul. Acest lucru nu este potrivit oamenilor care-şi trăiesc viaţa într-un conflict continuu, deoarece ei acceptă orice din pricina disperării. Dumnezeu onorează rugăciunile celor care plătesc preţul trăirii în armonie.

2) Rugăciunea de cerere; vino cu încredere înaintea lui Dumnezeu în vederea împlinirii nevoilor. Isus a spus: "De aceea vă spun că, orice lucru veţi cere, când vă rugaţi, să credeţi că l-aţi şi pri¬mit, şi-l veţi avea." (Marcu, 11:24) Ne-ar fi mult mai bine dacă am înceta cu încercările'de a-L impresiona pe Dumnezeu. Nu lungimea, sonoritatea şi elocvenţa rugăciunii sunt elementele principale, ci sinceritatea inimii, încrederea înaintea Lui şi cunoştinţa faptului că cererea noastră este în conformitate cu voia Lui, ne aduc rezultate.
3) Rugăciunea de mulţumire; o rugăciune în care cererile copleşesc lauda şi mulţumirea, vorbeşte despre caracterul nostru. Egoiştii cer, însă rareori apreciază. Dumnezeu nu ne va da tot ce a pregătit pentru noi până nu devenim mulţumitori pentru ceea ce avem. Cererile obţin mult, însă mulţumirea, mult mai mult: "... aduceţi cererile voastre la cunoştinţa lui Dumnezeu, prin rugăciuni şi cereri, cu mulţumiri." (Filipeni, 4:6) O viaţă împlinită se obţine prin mulţumire. Ne putem ruga "fără încetare", fiind mulţumitori toată ziua, lăudându-l pentru îndurarea, iubirea, harul, îndelunga Sa răbdare şi bunătate
"A doua zi dimineaţa, pe când era încă întuneric de tot, Isus S-a sculat, a ieşit, şl S-a dus într-un loc pustiu. Şl Se ruga acolo."

4) Rugăciunea de mijlocire; ia aminte: "Caut printre ei un om care să înalţe un zid, şi să stea în mijlocul spărturii înaintea Mea pentru ţară, ca să n-o nimicesc; dar nu găsesc nici unul!" (Ezechiel, 22:30) A mijloci înseamnă: a sta "în mijlocul spărturii" pentru cineva. Dacă există o breşă în relaţia acelei persoane cu Dumnezeu, din pricina unui anume păcat, ai privilegiul de a sta în acea spărtură şi de a te ruga pentru persoana respectivă. Breşa reprezintă distanţa dintre ceea ce este şi ceea ce poate fi.
5) Rugăciunea de "înmânare"; ia aminte: "Şi aruncaţi asupra Lui toate îngrijorările voastre, căci El însuşi îngrijeşte de voi." (l Petru, 5:7) Atâta vreme cât vei încerca să controlezi circumstanţele, nivelul stresului va atinge cote alarmante. Când înveţi, însă, să înmânezi hăţurile lui Dumnezeu, te vei mira că ai petrecut şi o singură zi îngrijorându-te.

6) Rugăciunea de dedicare; pe drumul spre Damasc, Pavel s-a rugat: "Doamne, ce vrei să fac?" (Fapte, 9:6) Acest lucru se aseamănă cu semnarea numelui tău pe un cec în alb. E ca şi cum ai spune: "lată-mă, fă ce doreşti cu mine. Sper să-mi placă alegerea Ta, însă chiar de nu-mi va plăcea, voi face ce-mi ceri, oricum; facă-se voia Ta, nu a mea." Astfel decizi, în mod voluntar să-l urmezi pe Dumnezeu, în loc să te zbaţi încercând să-L determini să te urmeze El. Drept rezultat, Dumnezeu va face în noi lucrarea ce trebuie făcută, astfel încât noi să putem face lucrarea pe care doreşte să o facă prin noi.
Deci, iata doar cateva moduri prin care trebuie sa venim inaintea Domnului in rugaciunile noastre in fiecare zi.

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Wednesday, April 28, 2010

MY KIND OF RAP Tamara Lowe at Christ Fellowship

Tamara Lowe at Christ Fellowship



Without GOD,our week would be
FIGHTday &

Renmeber :Seven days WITHOUT GOD makes one WEAK!!


Soften Your Heart-Keith Green

O. L.One of the only times that victory comes through surrender.... Bow the knee to King Jesus.

Keith Green - Soften Your Heart (live)
Keith Green performing "Soften Your Heart" live at Jesus West Coast '82
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Keith Green - Soften Your Heart - 1982
I .A.September 29, 2007 — Keith Green was of the most dedicated Born Again Christians of our time .. he died tragically in plane crash shortly after this concert, but his message will always live on
C.I wish I was there. I lived right down the street and was not a Christian.
A-Keith was a forerunner for this generation!
MM -What a fervor the guy had for praise. This concert was 32 days before he died. What a prophetic way to close this song.."You never die. You never die. You'll live forever. You'll never die."
Your music lives on Keith.
D.You have no idea how many people like me this music you posted has tremendously blessed.
My prayer for you is that God will ignore all your mistakes and continue to bless you for all your kind gestures and good you have ever done! Amen.
And may God continue to prosper the FAMILY AND MINISTRY Keith Green left behind.
I miss this one in a million unique apostle of God...with an extinguishable zeal for the Lord.IdolAmerica, I want to thank you for posting all these wonderful songs...especially this very song.I never get tired playing this reaches to the dept of my soul and fills me with God's manifold presence
J4J There will never be another Keith Green. I guess his work was done here...when I think of his song, "I Can't Wait to Get to Heaven" I get goose bumps. He was awesome.
K-He Died before i was born... but i really can connect with his passion for Christ. Like the bones of the prophet... the power is still there

MWSGod can soften your heart if you look right into His Word, the Bible. You will have joy like Keith if you seek God first. 4 1 year ago

S.It makes me cry so hard! I can't wait to be in heaven worshipping God along with other people like Keith!
S.There is one word that comes to mind for me as I listen to Keith Green..."Annointed". Would that we would all have such a heart for the Lord.

Keith Green - Open Your Eyes (live)
m— May 26, 2008 — Keith Green performing "Open Your Eyes" live at Jesus West Coast '82

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B. So many lost souls!! We have been living in this broken world for too long.
O Lord help our unbelief!!!

Monday, April 26, 2010


OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Isaiah 6:9-10a

John 12:37-40

Isaiah 6:9-10b

Matthew 13:13-15

Isaiah 7:14a

Luke 1:34-35

Isaiah 7:14b

Matthew 1:21-23

Isaiah 7:14c

John 12:45
1 Timothy 3:16

Isaiah 7:15

Luke 2:40

Isaiah 8:14

Matthew 21:43-44

Isaiah 9:1-2a

Matthew 4:12-17

Isaiah 9:1-2b

Luke 2:28-32

Isaiah 9:6a

Luke 2:11

Isaiah 9:6b

Luke 1:35

Isaiah 9:6c

John 10:30
John 12:45
John 14:7

Isaiah 9:6d

Colossians 1:17

Isaiah 11:1a

Luke 3:23-32

Isaiah 11:1b

Matthew 2:21-23

Isaiah 11:2a

Matthew 3:16-17

Isaiah 11:2b

Matthew 13:54

Isaiah 11:2c

Matthew 11:27
John 15:10

Isaiah 11:3a

Luke 2:46-47
Luke 4:31-32
John 14:31

Isaiah 11:3b

John 2:24-25
John 7:24

Isaiah 11:4

Mark 12:41-44
Luke 13:30

Isaiah 11:10a

Luke 3:23-32

Isaiah 11:10b

Acts 13:47-48

Isaiah 22:22

Revelation 3:7

Isaiah 25:8

Revelation 1:18
2 Timothy 1:10

Isaiah 26:19

Matthew 27:52-53

Isaiah 28:16

1 Peter 2:4-6

Isaiah 35:5a

Mark 10:51-52
John 9:1-7

Isaiah 35:5b

Mark 7:32-35

Isaiah 35:6a

Matthew 12:10-13
John 5:5-9

Isaiah 35:6b

Matthew 9:32-33
Matthew 15:30

Isaiah 40:3a

Matthew 3:1-4

Isaiah 40:3b

Matthew 3:11
Luke 1:17
John 1:29
John 3:28

Isaiah 40:3c

John 10:30
Philippians 2:5-7

Isaiah 40:11

John 10:11
Mark 9:36-37

Isaiah 42:1a

John 4:34
John 5:30

Isaiah 42:1b

Matthew 3:16-17

Isaiah 42:1c

Matthew 3:16-17

Isaiah 42:2

Matthew 12:15-21

Isaiah 42:3

Matthew 11:4-5
Matthew 12:15-20

Isaiah 42:6a

John 5:19-20
John 14:10-11

Isaiah 42:6b

John 8:29
Luke 22:42-43

Isaiah 42:6c

Matthew 26:28

Isaiah 42:6d

John 8:12

Isaiah 42:7

Matthew 9:27-30
Matthew 21:14

Isaiah 44:6

Rev. 1:17-18

Isaiah 48:16

John 17:24

Isaiah 49:1a

1 Timothy 2:4-6

Isaiah 49:1b

Matthew 1:20-21

Isaiah 49:1c

Luke 1:30-31

Isaiah 49:2a

Rev. 2:12-16
John 12:48

Isaiah 49:2b

Matthew 2:13-15

Isaiah 49:2c

John 5:22-29

Isaiah 49:3a

John 17:4

Isaiah 49:3b

Matthew 15:30-31

Isaiah 49:4

Luke 19:41-42

Isaiah 49:5a

John 6:38
John 8:29

Isaiah 49:5b

Matthew 15:24
Matthew 10:5-7

Isaiah 49:6a

John 1:49-50

Isaiah 49:6b

Acts 13:47-48

Isaiah 49:7

John 10:20
Matthew 27:22

Isaiah 49:16

John 20:25-28

Isaiah 50:4

John 12:49
Matthew 7:28-29

Isaiah 50:5

John 12:27

Isaiah 50:6a

Matthew 27:26

Isaiah 50:6b

Matthew 26:67

Isaiah 50:7

Luke 9:51-53

Isaiah 50:8

1 Timothy 3:16
Hebrews 8:32-34

Isaiah 50:8-10

John 11:7-10

Isaiah 52:7

Matthew 5:1-7:29
John 14:31

Isaiah 52:13a

John 9:4
John 14:31

Isaiah 52:13b

Philippians 2:9-11

Isaiah 52:14

Mat. 26:67-68
Mat. 27:26-30

Isaiah 52:15

Revelation 1:5

Isaiah 53:1

John 12:37-38

Isaiah 53:2a

Matthew 2:21-23

Isaiah 53:2b

Philippians 2:7-8

Isaiah 53:3a

Luke 4:28-29

Isaiah 53:3b

Mat. 27:21-23

Isaiah 53:3c

Luke 19:41-42
Mat. 26:37-38
Matthew 27:46

Isaiah 53:3d

Mark 14:50-52
Mat. 26:73-74

Isaiah 53:4a

Luke 6:17-19
Matthew 8:16-17

Isaiah 53:4b

1 Peter 2:24
1 Peter 3:18

Isaiah 53:4c

Mat. 27:41-43

Isaiah 53:5a

Luke 23:33
Hebrews 9:28

Isaiah 53:5b

Colossians 1:20
Eph. 2:13-18

Isaiah 53:5c

Matthew 27:26
1 Peter 2:24

Isaiah 53:6

Galatians 1:4

Isaiah 53:7a

Mat. 27:27-31

Isaiah 53:7b

Mat. 27:12-14

Isaiah 53:7c

John 1:29
John 19:14-18

Isaiah 53:8a

Mat. 26:47-27:31

Isaiah 53:8b

John 18:13-22
Mat. 26:57-66
Matthew 27:1
Matthew 27:22
Luke 23:11

Isaiah 53:8c

Matthew 27:35

Isaiah 53:8d

1 John 2:2

Isaiah 53:9a

Matthew 27:57

Isaiah 53:9b

Mark 15:3

Isaiah 53:9c

John 18:38
Luke 23:33-34
1 Peter 2:21-22

Isaiah 53:10a

John 18:11
Romans 3:23-26

Isaiah 53:10b

Matthew 20:28
Ephesians 5:2

Isaiah 53:10c

Mark 16:16
Rev. 1:17-18

Isaiah 53:10d

John 17:1-5
Revelation 5:12

Isaiah 53:11a

John 12:27
Matthew 27:46

Isaiah 53:11b

Romans 5:18-19

Isaiah 53:11c

Romans 5:8-9

Isaiah 53:11d

Hebrews 9:28

Isaiah 53:12a

Matthew 28:18

Isaiah 53:12b

Luke 23:46

Isaiah 53:12c

Luke 23:32

Isaiah 53:12d

2 Cor. 5:21

Isaiah 53:12e

Luke 23:34

Isaiah 55:3

Acts 10:40-41
Acts 13:34

Isaiah 55:4

John 3:10-12
John 18:37

Isaiah 59:15-16a

John 6:40
1 Thes. 5:8-10

Isaiah 59:15-16b

Mat. 10:32-33
Romans 8:34

Isaiah 59:20

Luke 2:38
John 10:11

Isaiah 61:1

Matthew 3:16-17

Isaiah 61:1-2

Luke 4:18-21

Isaiah 63:5

John 3:17
Col. 2:13-15

Isaiah 65:1

Mat. 15:22-28
Romans 10:18-20

Isaiah 65:2

John 5:37-40

OT Scripture

NT Scripture Fulfillment

Jeremiah 23:5

Luke 3:23-31

Jeremiah 23:6

John 13:13

Jeremiah 31:15

Matthew 2:16

Jeremiah 31:22

Matthew 1:18-20

Jeremiah 31:31

Matthew 26:28

Jeremiah 33:14-15

Luke 3:23-31

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Lam. 3:30

John 18:22

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Ezekiel 17:22-24

Luke 3:23-31

Ezekiel 34:23-24

Matthew 1:1

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Daniel 7:13-14a

Acts 1:9-11

Daniel 7:13-14b

Eph. 1:20-22

Daniel 7:13-14c

Luke 1:31-33
Hebrews 1:8

Daniel 9:24a

Galatians 1:3-5

Daniel 9:24b

Luke 1:35

Daniel 9:25

John 12:12-13

Daniel 9:26a

Matthew 27:35

Daniel 9:26b

Hebrews 2:9

Daniel 9:26c

Mat. 27:50-51

Daniel 10:5-6

Rev. 1:13-16

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Hosea 11:1

Matthew 2:13-15

Hosea 13:14

1 Cor. 15:55-57

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Joel 2:32

Romans 10:12-13

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Amos 8:9

Mat. 27:45-46

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Micah 5:1

Matthew 27:30

Micah 5:2a

Matthew 2:1-2

Micah 5:2b

Luke 3:23-33

Micah 5:2c

Revelation 1:8

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Haggai 2:6-9

Luke 2:27-32

Haggai 2:23

Luke 3:23-27

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Zech. 2:10-11a

John 1:14

Zech. 2:10-11b

John 8:18-19

Zechariah 3:8a

Luke 3:23-27

Zechariah 3:8b

John 17:4

Zechariah 6:12-13

Hebrews 8:1
Romans 8:34

Zechariah 9:9a

Matthew 21:8-10

Zechariah 9:9b

John 12:12-13

Zechariah 9:9c

John 5:30

Zechariah 9:9d

Luke 19:10
Titus 2:11

Zechariah 9:9e

Matthew 11:29
John 13:4-14

Zechariah 9:9f

Matthew 21:6-9

Zechariah 10:4

Ephesians 2:20

Zechariah 11:10

Luke 19:41-44

Zechariah 11:12

Mathew 26:14-15

Zechariah 11:13a

Matthew 27:3-5

Zechariah 11:13b

Matthew 27:6-7

Zechariah 12:10

John 19:34

Zechariah 13:7a

John 14:9

Zechariah 13:7b

Matthew 26:31-56

OT Scripture

NT Fulfillment

Malachi 3:1a

Matthew 11:10

Malachi 3:1b

Mark 11:15-16

Malachi 3:1c

Luke 4:43

Malachi 4:5

Matthew 3:1-2
Matthew 11:13-14

Malachi 4:6

Luke 1:16-17
Mark 1:3-5