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Thursday, February 23, 2017

Are You Bored With The Internet?

Bored With The Web?

Just to waste time:

Click over and over again...useless

Oh Ya Sure!http://macbookselfiestick.com/

Beware, some items are just plain gross in this next link!
 Expletives.  Crude stuff. etc..

You will never get to the bottom of the list.

And then you discover the header.


Or You Can Do This...LOL 

The above link was one of the Internet's first "viral video's."

 Alan Partridge gets down with Daft Punk's Get Lucky.

Amazing that it is still up after all these years!

Someone put the original video up on YouTube here,

Praying for the sick

Brant Baker would say, "I have learned to yield to the Holy Spirit. Brant Baker has nothing to offer, it is all Jesus.

 I am nothing at all.

 If God can use a nobody like me He can use anybody."

Oral Roberts said:

 "I have been asked many times what the anointing is.

 I searched the scriptures for every instance when individuals or groups felt God's anointing.

 I saw that by experiencing the presence of God, they were able to do mighty exploits for the Lord.

 I saw, too, that when the anointing of God's Spirit did not rise up in them, they were as ordinary in themselves and in their works as any of us are today.

 There was no halo around them.

 They were not superman or super women.

 They were believers but still flesh and blood.

I focused on Luke 4:18, Jesus said to the people in the synagogue in Nazareth,where He had grown up:

The Spirit of the Lord is upon me,
because He hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor,
He hath sent me to heal the broken hearted,
and recovering of sight to the blind,
to set at liberty them that are bruised.

The revelation came to me that the anointing is a time when God separates you from yourself and fills you with His glory so that when you speak it's like God speaking, and when you act it's like God acting.

You are yourself, but you are not yourself. 

I mean, you have not taken leave of your senses. Still, you are keenly aware that another self-the Spirit of God Himself-has taken over and is, at that time, in full charge of you, and you are acting under His divine unction or guidance and power from above.

The glory of the Lord that comes upon you at the time of anointing removes all fear, fills you with a holy boldness, and gives you revelational knowledge of how and what to do.

 It is an incomparable experience.

God who is in you is now flowing up by His Spirit from your belly area (your inner most being) and giving you a covering that Satan cannot penetrate (see John 7:38-39).

The difficulty that I have when the anointing comes upon me...in the heat of this experience I have an insatiable desire to literally drive the sickness or disease or demon or fear or poverty or any other destructive power out of the person.

I confess it is a driving force possessing me far beyond any powers of my own.

 My normal compassion appears to be multiplied a thousand times.

My urgency to rid the person of the tormenting power of Satan almost consumes me.

The tangible presence of God- is not mine.

 It belongs to God.

The prophet Elijah said, "Let God be God" 1 Kings 18:24.

That is exactly what I had to learn to do"

God loves us. God will move through each of us.

And these signs shall follow all who believe, they shall lay their hands upon the sick, who will recover.
Mark 16:17

We read the scriptural accounts of healing miracles and we wish Jesus were here to cure the sick in our day and age.

With more and more hospitals being built, doctors unable to keep up with the needs of an increasing population, and many illnesses still considered incurable, we could certainly use this charism of healing.

The Good News is, we do have the healing love of Jesus Christ with us today.

The gifts of healing manifested by the Lord have been delegated to each person who accepts Jesus as his Savior, believing him to be the Son of God.

Before He was crucified, Jesus said to his disciples, "Whoever believes in me will perform the same works as I do myself, he will perform even greater works, because I am going to the Father" John 14:12.

Jesus was telling the disciples that ministering to the blind, the halt and the lame was not going to stop when He was no longer visible.

The commission to carry on the healing work was given to "whoever believes in Him. The works would be even greater because they would no longer be performed by one man, but by everyone who professes Jesus as Lord.

Jesus made us extensions of Himself in order that multitudes of people could be touched and cured by His love.


He has no hands to lay on the sick but our hands.

 If, as Christians, we really believe the Lord dwells within us, then it should not come as a surprise that we can pray for the sick and they will be healed.

We merely provide the vehicle through which the love of God can shine forth.

Christians are accustomed to thinking that the gift of healing is reserved for certain individuals who receive a supernatural calling from God to go forth and heal.

 All of us can pray over the sick. Whoever means whoever. "Whoever believes in me will perform the same works as I do myself, he will perform even greater works, because I am going to the Father."

You have been called, you believe in Jesus Christ. 

So you see, you fit the equation. Conditions are right for you to start praying over the sick with an expectancy to see God heal them.

Try it.

Go out and pray over sick people and see what takes place.

David Sloane


The heavens declare the glory of God. 

All of creation is a display of His glory. Nature itself testifies.

All around us we see the supernatural miracle of creation.

The very existence of beauty, in any form, is a reflection of God.

All things were created for Him and by Him.

Visible creation, though supernatural in origin, has become normal and natural to us.

We are accustomed to the visible, tangible world of sight and sound.

These are the works of God, but they are only works of old. God desires, in these last days, to be known as something more than natural.

When Jesus showed us the father, He did it by changing the natural course of things:

Rebuking the wind and the sea - Raising the dead -. Lepers were cleansed - The deaf were made to hear - Blind eyes could see.

His life was a demonstration of the Spirit and power of God.

Healing and deliverance were among the more prevalent miracles used by Jesus and the early church.

 They validated the invisible presence of God in a visible way.

I believe this is the year for signs, wonders, and miracle.

 All my life, I have prayed and believed God for healing. I have seen and heard a lot of miracles, but nothing compared to what’s ahead.

 Every failure that we have ever experienced in praying for the sick will be redeemed.

God will make it up to us.

Those who have stepped out on the water in faith and sank will rise.

 God has never, ever, rebuked me for failing. He has always encouraged me for trying.

This is the year.

 I am writing this on New Years Eve in Kauai.

 No matter what condition the sick are in, God can, and I believe He will, heal them.

Pastor Tilson Shumate

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Solomon's Temple Complex

This is a picture I took of the location where Solomon's Temple was built. It is now a junk yard in the City of David.

This hill was walled all round, and in compass four furlongs, [the distance of] each angle containing in length a furlong: Josephus Antiquities Book 15, Chapter 11.

...but the fourth front of the temple, which was southward, had indeed itself gates in its middle, as also it had the royal cloisters, with three walks, which reached in length from the east valley unto that on the west, for it was impossible it should reach any farther: Josephus Antiquities Book 15, Chapter 11.

One of my local neighbors:

Michael S. Sanders Irvine, California


Humphead Parrotfish are rather extraordinary creatures: with their ultra-strong jaws, they eat coral reefs (and rock) and defecate sand — which in turn becomes the tropical beaches we know and love.