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The Money Test…

The Money Test…

Money Moffat

James 4:4 You adulterers![a] Don’t you realize that friendship with the world makes you an enemy of God? I say it again: If you want to be a friend of the world, you make yourself an enemy of God.

I have heard people say (I’ve done it), that if God would give me an extra $50 I would surely give Him an offering into His kingdom, to some ministry project.

Then, supernaturally, God does that. Gives exactly that $50, and the test has begun.

$50 can take the family our to eat! Why, it can get you into a movie theater for the night to see the latest movie!


If you have really made Jesus your personal Lord, keep Your word to Him, and give the offering you promised.

The question is: Who is your Lord? Jesus? or that $50 burning a hole in your pocket?

Like the US currency reads: ‘In God we trust’

Are you actually trusting God, or your money?

Money makes a wonderful servant, but a lousy Lord…People who serve it, do horrible things…

He will bless and multiply it in ways you cannot see right now.

If you fail it, and go through another round of financial hardship, please remember this word…He wants to bless you financially, but you must do it His way, by honoring the tithe, and keeping your word to Him.

Lincoln on The Money Power

This works on the national level all too well – https://chrisaomministries.wordpress.com/2015/06/18/what-spirit-do-you-serve-with-your-money/

Let’s pray:
‘Father, give me the courage to trust you with my money. Help me to keep my word to you, and give financially what I said I would. You have given us richly all things to enjoy, and I trust You are well able to supply good food, good entertainment, and wonderful things for my family, as I obey you in my tithes and offerings. I ask this, knowing I am heard, for I ask in Your name Lord Jesus.’

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A Prayer Victory For the United States


Luke 4:13 NIV
When the devil had finished all this tempting, he left him until an opportune time

The past couple of days, I have had a great burden to pray for the US, convinced that Islam was up to some treachery, to attempt to take over. Felt that accepting these Syrian refugees was part of an evil, demonically inspired plan of destruction for this nation. Prayed, and commanded satan to leave.

This morning, Holy Spirit illuminated this verse to me. My thinking is that we, the church, have just won a victory, but our enemy is not dead, simply looking for a more opportune time…

Obviously, he is a mind-blinding spirit, who loves to kill, steal, destroy, in his vain attempt to take over…He is a liar, and the father of all lies.

The people who serve him, become more and more like him.

We must be vigilant, sober, alert in these last days, for though they be dangerous times, they are also times of great exploits for those of us who sell out to Jesus – We will see signs, wonders, and miracles, greater than we have ever seen before – He is still building His church, and the gates of hell are not prevailing against us!



Thank you Jesus!

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Psalm 23 - The Voice

Psalm 23

The Voice (VOICE)

Psalm 23

A song of David.

Psalm 23 is the best known and most beloved psalm in the collection. Surprisingly, it casts humanity as sheep—stupid, helpless sheep. But the long-lasting appeal of Psalm 23 is a direct result of that casting because the imagery is both soothing and accessible.

When he was a boy, King David was a shepherd watching his father’s flocks in the hills around Bethlehem. In those days, too, it was common to refer to kings in the Near East as shepherds; but not all shepherd-kings cared for their sheep. Though David tried to shepherd his people well, he knew the truth: the Eternal is the true Shepherd.

In John 10:11 Jesus makes a bold claim. He declares that He is the good shepherd. Immediately His disciples detected the resonance of Psalm 23 in His words. Those of us who follow Jesus…

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Psalm 23 – The Voice

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The Silent Scream!

The Silent Scream

silent scream
Mark 11:12 ¶ And on the morrow, when they were come from Bethany, he was hungry:
13 And seeing a fig tree afar off having leaves, he came, if haply he might find any thing thereon: and when he came to it, he found nothing but leaves; for the time of figs was not yet.
14 And Jesus answered and said unto it, No man eat fruit of thee hereafter for ever. And his disciples heard it

20 And in the morning, as they passed by, they saw the fig tree dried up from the roots.
21 And Peter calling to remembrance saith unto him, Master, behold, the fig tree which thou cursedst is withered away.

Tonight I want to talk about things that have no audible voice, but in our lives, they scream.

In this passage of Scripture we see Jesus speaking to a fig tree, and you know the rest of the story, it withered up and died.

Yet, I don’t know about you, but I never heard a tree speak before, have you? Yet, Jesus answered it!

We are not into pantheism here, looking for creative things to have spirits, and worshipping the creation, rather than the Creator, but what is being said here?

That tree had a voice!

What was it saying?

To Jesus, it must have been saying: ‘I have leaves, so I should have fruit’

Yet it had not fruit.

Jesus looking for fruit

So Jesus answered it, and said:’You will have no fruit ever again’

He spoke in authority, and that tree was dead, from the moment he spoke the Word to it. It’s very life force went out of it!

Then, He gives us the law of faith in Mark 11:23,24. I will touch on it some, but Kenneth E. Hagin, the founder and my instructor from Rhema Bible Training Center, taught on this verse for 65 years straight, and still did not exhaust the revelation in it, so anything I say here, is only going to be a brief introduction to the topic.

Let’s talk about the silent scream for a minute.

What is screaming in your life right now?

Is it the agony of unpaid bills heaped in piles upon your table?

Is it the physical pain of a sickness or disease, that has no voice, yet screams in agony?

Is it the pain of a marriage gone awry? You are trying to serve Jesus, but your spouse is blind to their sin, and the pain they are causing you, so you suffer in silence?

How about the pain of betrayal, treachery, where someone close to you totally destroyed you…?

Is it the fire of unjust authority either in prison, on a job, in a home, from the government, or in a church? Rules and regulations that cause you excruciating heartache, threatening to strangle the very life of God from you, day by day, week by week, and year by year!

How about an unsaved loved one, that continues to go astray, continually making poor choices in life, breaking your heart?

None of these situations have a physical voice, but you and I both know, they SCREAM!

I remember a couple years back renting a storage unit to store tools for our business, and finding that an interesting community of musicians had chosen this same complex, to practice with their bands. I learned about a new type of music I had never heard of before, a heavy metal kind of thrash band, with intense drums, loud electric guitars, and lead singers that specialized in uttering piercing deep throated screams…. As I heard them venting their screams, I thought about this message tonight. Young people so broken and hurt, that no mere words could find the deep place of their pain, so they would thrash, and from the depths of their heart, scream.

Pretty eerie experience, yet it left a mark on me. Sure there were probably demons involved in some of their antics, but I heard by the Holy Spirit something more than demonic babble, I heard human, deep, broken and shattered pain. A cry for help….I’m sure hell will be full of this kind of noise, but these were from people not in hell, and God used them to touch me heart in intercession, knowing Holy Spirit was warring for their souls…

As I have broken before the Lord over the years, and in many cases, wept until I could weep no more, there has always come incredible joy, after each deep sacrificial broken prayer.
Ps 126:5 They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.
6 He that goeth forth and weepeth, bearing precious seed, shall doubtless come again with rejoicing, bringing his sheaves with him.

Ps 30:5 For his anger endureth but a moment; in his favour is life: weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning.

Out of the depths of despair, I have found the heart of mercy of our God, and I come out wielding a prophetic sword, in authority against demons, people and things that would kill and destroy people.

So must you.

What is speaking into your life?

Finances? Sickness? Heartbreak? Unjust authority structures?

You answer is in your lips! YOU must speak to those things and command them to leave your life.

This alone will bring the change you need in your circumstances.

Let’s pray:

“Father, you see the hardness of people, and the brutality I face. Give me the words of wisdom, authority, and courage to speak to these things that are screaming at me. In your name I pray Lord Jesus, Amen.”