Fireside Chat With Bob Jones
by Paul Keith Davis
Throughout the last several years there have been numerous prophetic messages and articles written concerning the calling of this generation in the order of Joseph. There are multiple layers of application to this prophetic model. Some involve the promise of provision during times of famine as well as a call to a position of leadership enjoyed by Joseph after his elevation from the dungeon.
It is not our intent in this brief outline to address the various applications involving the symbolism of Joseph. (For a review of what we have written on the Joseph calling.
However, this week Bob Jones was given a vision directly related to our present condition and its relationship to the Joseph calling. The experience seemed to indicate a present focus on this arena of our calling. Continue reading
Sometimes you just have to outlast your enemies! Somtimes your enemies are like the waves of the sea “crashing against you” with discouragements and lies. We must KNOW it’s not God’s will for us to ever be defeated. Know that! And you will be able to stand (and run) more firmly in him. Settle it in your heart once and for all “God does not want me defeated!!” Continue reading
Christians should be exercising their spiritual senses on a daily basis just as men in the army do when they are being trained for battle. The church is in a war against spiritual darkness. If we don’t prepare ourselves now, there is a good possibility that we will lose the battle when it’s time for us to stand up and fight. How can we fight if we are not prepared to do so? How can we wage war in battle if we do not know how to use our weapons of war?
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THE FALL OF JEZEBEL
by Pam Clark (email@example.com)
I was at a conference a few weeks ago where a lady gave a prophetic word and part of that word was the exhortation that Jezebel has been quiet – but that she was not dead but just “asleep” and that she would rise again.
It does seem that we have had a reprieve of sorts from “the Jezebel focus.” But when you realize that this spirit hates the prophetic and intercession, you can figure that the enemy wants to raise her up again if he can.
Jesus said that the spirit of “Elijah is to come” in the last days and we know that spirit was representative in His time through John the Baptist, who had a ministry of declaring righteousness and repentance and the soon coming of the Lord.
Elijah was a powerful man of prayer, even though he was of “like passions as us” or in other words, just as human as we are! But his prayers moved the hands of God in powerful and manifest ways. Continue reading