Month: December 2023

KIB 420 – Through the Shaking to the Promise

In Judges 12:1-7, we read a story that could be reflected in today’s headlines regarding the Church.  The Ammonites threatened God’s people.  There was a leader of the Gileadites named Jephthah.  Almighty God had raised Jephthah as a judge to deal with this threat.  Jephthah had reached out to the tribe of Ephraim for assistance, but Ephraim refused to assist him.  Once God gave Jephthah the victory, Ephraim rose in jealousy and threatened to burn his house down with him and his family in it.  Jealousness among ministries and leaders is still common today.  We need to move beyond the works of the flesh and become Kingdom-oriented in all we do to move on to God’s promises!

The Strategic Nature of the Conflict Between Heaven and Hell

God views the temporal dimension (linear time) differently than we do.  We see in the moment.  We may see the years or decades regarding the Kingdom of God if we are insightful.  However, God sees beyond the millennia.  The Almighty’s interaction with His people (both in ancient Israel and the historical Body of Messiah) is strategic, measured, and multidimensional. 

KIB 419 – Being in One Accord and the Approaching Storm

America is on a collision course with both the judgment of God and the incompetence of our leaders.  Being of one accord can provide the power and protection of God during the storm.  But what does it mean to be in one accord biblically, and how do we achieve it?  These are questions that the Remnant need to ask in the Last Days.

KIB 418 – Feast of Dedication and Approaching Judgment

The Feast of Dedication is about driving out Hellenism from our lives and restoring the Temple for use by Almighty God.  When appropriately observed, the prophetic rhythm of the Feasts brings us back into synchronicity with Heaven. It prepares us for the unfolding of end-time prophecy – to include the quickly approaching judgment of God.