Category: Apostolic Talkin
The tragedies that are taking place all over the world sickens my heart. To be truthful, I am still not over that demon-possessed man executing that 5-year-old baby in the head. As horrible as it was, on today’s PowerCast we want to take a few moments to meditate on the Bible’s view of sin. The massive pandemic that few truly understand. My question for you today is “What’s Love Got To Do With It?”
At times, you will feel the fire of God burning brightly in your soul. At other times you may struggle to carry on. Nevertheless, if you will never quit, never stop, never leave, you will rebound every time. Your soul will be revived and your faith will return to you. Never allow discouragement or defeat to take you out. Earnestly contend for the faith that was once delivered to the saints. You will overcome, and you will win the prize.
How many people do you know of that have done some dumb things when under the influence of alcohol, peer pressure, or seduction? With college kids, many times these unwise decisions happen on their very own birthday, just like it did with Herod.
Back in 1968 a country & western singer by the name of Tammy Wynette co-wrote and sung this sung entitled “Stand By Your Man.” Now personally, the Outspoken Apostolic is not a fan of country & western music even when he was a worldly man. Nevertheless, this song became Ms. Wynette’s signature song. Today, I want to read you a portion of this song.
John Wesley — “Give me one hundred men who fear nothing but sin, and desire nothing but God, and I will shake the world.”
Powerhouse Radio Network Romans 3:23 for all have sinned and fall short of the glory…
Recorded from FB Live 08/09/20
Where the prophets are today? Where is the still, small voice of God? Is there anyone in Chicago or on this planet that is willing to speak against the powerful people of our time? Is there anyone who will speak against the violence that has overtaken not only America but the world? It seems to me that it has become not only unpopular but dangerous to speak out against violence. You can’t even where a red ball cap without being in danger of someone wanting to fight you or worse.