Fortresses Of The Mind

We are engaged in “spiritual warfare,” fighting against forces of evil, from the “world, the flesh and the devil.” The battlefield of that warfare is often in our own mind and feelings. II Corinthians 10:4-5 “The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to… Read more »


Astonishing Jerusalem Alignment

Last month a number of events concerning the city of Jerusalem converged together in an uncanny way. 1. 33 AD – Yeshua ascended into heavenly Jerusalem: Every year at this time, 40 days after the Resurrection, we celebrate His ascension to sit at the right hand of the Father, on the throne of all authority—in… Read more »


Purity Before Power

In the stories of the birth of Yochanan (John the Baptist) and Yeshua (Jesus), two people receive a supernatural visitation by the archangel Gabriel. One is Miriam (Mary), the mother of Yeshua; the other is Zechariah (Zacharias), the father of John. Both are told of a miraculous birth about to happen. Both ask a similar… Read more »


Mighty Wind All Night

he Lord told Joshua, “… as I was with Moses, so I will be with you. I will not leave you nor forsake you” (Joshua 1:5). In a similar way, Yeshua said He would be with us without ceasing, from now until the end (Matthew 28:20). Therefore, to some degree, through the Holy Spirit, the… Read more »


Victory and Persecution in Revelation

One of the most precious promises in the Bible is in Acts 2:17, “In the Last Days, says the Lord, I will pour out My Spirit on all flesh.” We understand this to be a promise of a world-wide revival in the end times. (Yeshua also said that the “harvest is the end of the… Read more »


Delivery Man

The word Shaliach, , has several meanings in modern Hebrew: apostle, public servant, anyone with a sense of divine mission or purpose, and even … a delivery man. The two of us were sitting in Asher’s home recently talking about some of the controversy concerning the renewal of apostolic and prophetic ministry in Israel today when Ron… Read more »


Attitudes Towards Tribulation

When we speak about “tribulation”, many think immediately about end times scenarios. However, we also need to look at our general attitude toward adversity. Let’s ask the question, “How is the normal believer to react to times of trouble?” The New Covenant Greek word thlipsis is translated as “tribulation, affliction, trouble, anguish, persecution, burden and pressure.” It… Read more »


We Prophecy in Part

It is our desire to have a biblical balance on the issues concerning apostolic and prophetic giftstoday. One of the keys to find such a balance is the phrase, “For we know in part and we prophesy in part” (1 Corinthians 13:9). Love is the greatest commandment. As we continue to love, our love grows more… Read more »


Equal and Opposite Reaction

We often experience resistance and spiritual opposition as we seek to serve the Lord. This week as we were praying together on an international zoom call with our friends from the Global Gathering and David Demian, I had this discernment about Spiritual Law: A major change in the history of science came when men began to… Read more »


Father Wounds

The Ten Commandments mention parental relationships two times; once positively and once negatively. No parents are perfectly good or perfectly bad. Whether the influence is 99% in one direction or 1% in the other, in every generational relationship, there are good things to receive and bad things to reject. “… visiting the sins of the… Read more »