VIDEO How To Hear The Voice of God Almighty, Jesus Christ,Listen To The Holy Spirit

Dec 10, 2015

We heard a beautiful message from Derek Prince and we decided to make it into a movie.

Love God More by realizing his Beauty, Mercy and his gift of Salvation which is only in Jesus Christ our Lord & Savior.

A Special and Warm Loving Thank You that words can never explain to our ever Merciful Loving Father in Heaven who in Eternity looked upon me will all my filthiness, my fallenness, my pride, my sin and said I want that man in my family, I will do anything to get him in my family, I will pay for him to be in my family with my son’s life, That’s real Love people. That’s mega off the charts Love.

My brain has not reached the point where it can form a thought that can adequately describe the greatness of my God and my lungs have not yet developed the ability to release a breathe with enough agility to breathe out the greatness of His Love.

Jesus, being perfect in all aspects, bridged the gap between God and man, by becoming the only God-Man — completely divine, yet completely human at the same time.

God’s gift to mankind was Jesus Christ – His only son, Jesus came to earth to die for us on the Cross, He took our hell on the cross that we deserved.

You can either accept the gift of Jesus and turn from your evil ways and sin to have everlasting life with God in Heaven or you will stand guilty in front of the gift that you rejected when you die.

Jesus says: I am the Truth and the Life, nobody comes to the Father except threw me.

Jesus is the King of kings and Lord of lords yet also the servant of us all and every knee will bow to him and call him Lord whether you like it or not.

Jesus Christ is the Way, The Truth and the Life, No one Comes to the Father Except Threw Him.

There had to be a way to bridge the gap, to SAVE mankind from eternal separation from God. Jesus Christ is that bridge.

There is no way for us today to find eternal life except through Jesus Christ. He is our Only link to Eternity.

Jesus Christ our Messiah is the only Bridge to Everlasting Life!

Because God has so abundantly provided for us who deserve nothing from Him, we should determine to give of ourselves abundantly in service to Him, to whom we owe everything.

The Bible teaches us that our responsibility as believers is to work uncompromisingly as the Lord has gifted us and leads us in this life.

We must fully understand that until the Lord returns there are souls to reach and Ministries of every sort to be performed.

We are responsible for our money, time, energy, talents, gifts, bodies, minds, and spirits, and we should invest in nothing that does not in some way contribute to the work of the Lord.

James tells us, “As the body without the spirit is dead, so faith without deeds is dead” (James 2:26).

Our work for the Lord, if it is truly for Him and done in His power, cannot fail to accomplish what He wants accomplished.
Every good work believers do has eternal benefits that the Lord Himself guarantees. Jesus tells us, “Behold, I am coming soon! My reward is with me, and I will give to everyone according to what he has done” (Revelation 22:12).

Our motivation is that we have God’s own promise that our work “is not in vain” in the Lord “since you know that you will receive an inheritance from the Lord as a reward.

It is the Lord Christ you are serving” (Colossians 3:24).

God Wants 100% of Your Heart, not 50% – The Darkness is growing, we must arise and SHINE brighter to pierce it and prepare the way of the LORD!

Would you be willing to put your whole-hearted faith on Jesus to make it to Heaven… instead of trusting yourself and your own way? If you say yes, and will trust what the Bible promises to every sinner who would believe on Jesus Christ, would you humbly go to God in prayer and ask Him to save you in the name of Jesus?

There is Power in the name of Jesus and at the end of life you will meet God.

Jesus will either be your Savior or your Judge.

Repentance is a sweet surrender. Give God all your problems in Prayer and he will fix them.

The Bible says turn from your wicked ways and Trust in our Lord Jesus Christ by Inviting him into your life and pick up your Cross everyday and Walk, Listen and Obey our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Jesus will give you the Strength that you need everyday to follow him. Trust Him!!!

Just Give him 100% of Your Heart And He will not Fail You!

He Promises You in his Holy Bible That he will never leave you nor forsake you.

Jesus wants to have a Personal Relationship with you as you walk with him daily.

Christ is The Savior of the Whole World and God is waiting for you with open arms and ready to forgive you of all your sins.

Call on him before its to late. Amen.

Amen and all the Glory be to God our Loving Father in Heaven.

A Chuckle in the Darkness

A Chuckle in the Darkness

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16

In a Washington Post article titled “Tech Titans’ Latest Project: Defy Death,” Ariana Cha wrote about the efforts of Peter Thiele and other tech moguls to extend human life indefinitely. They’re prepared to spend billions on the project.

They are a little late. Death has already been defeated! Jesus said, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die” (John 11:25–26). Jesus assures us that those who put their trust in Him will never, ever, under any circumstances whatever, die.

Jesus, help me to live a life that is pleasing to You.

To be clear, our bodies will die—and there is nothing anyone can do to change that. But the thinking, reasoning, remembering, loving, adventuring part of us that we call “me, myself, and I” will never, ever die.

And here’s the best part: It’s a gift! All you have to do is receive the salvation Jesus offers. C. S. Lewis, musing on this notion, describes it as something like “a chuckle in the darkness”—the sense that something that simple is the answer.

Some say, “It’s too simple.” Well, I say, if God loved you even before you were born and wants you to live with Him forever, why would He make it hard?

Dear Jesus, I believe You died for my sins and rose from the dead. I want to accept You as my Lord and Savior and follow You. Please forgive my sins and help me, from this moment on, to live a life that is pleasing to You.

Christ has replaced the dark door of death with the shining gate of life.

INSIGHT:Often when confronted with death, we are tempted to either deny how painful it is or to live without hope, only seeing the grief. In this passage, Jesus holds together both the horror of death and the sure promise of life. Because death is a tragic distortion of God’s good creation, Jesus as the Resurrection and Life is all that is opposed to it. If we read the whole story of Lazarus’s resurrection, we see a fuller picture of how Jesus responds to death and grief. He is “deeply moved” and “troubled” (John 11:33) and He weeps (v. 35). Seeing death in all its horror, He defiantly overcomes it and raises Lazarus to life. Jesus’s shout, “Lazarus, come out!” (v. 43) points to the hope of our own bodily resurrection.

Walk Wisely

Ephesians 5:15-17

When Paul exhorts us to walk wisely, he gives three instructions to help us make godly choices. First, he says to “be careful how you walk” (Eph. 5:15). Because we live in a morally corrupt society, we must be vigilant about the way we think and act. Unless we deliberately choose to guard ourselves, we will simply do what comes naturally and go along with cultural influences.

Next, in verse 16, the apostle instructs us to make the most of our time. The Lord has entrusted each of us with 24 hours per day and various opportunities to participate in His plans for us. But so often we are tempted to squander our time and energy on our own pursuits without a thought of what our heavenly Father may have in mind for us.

In verse 17, Paul lays out the final exhortation: to “understand what the will of the Lord is” (Eph. 5:17) In its broadest sense, God’s will for us is that we would each become the person that He created us to be and do the work He has planned for us to accomplish (Eph. 2:10). Knowing this, we should look at every decision with consideration of whether our choice will further or hinder our heavenly Father’s purposes for our life. To live thoughtlessly outside of His will is foolish.

The Lord wants us to walk wisely so that we can enjoy all of the marvelous benefits that He’s promised in His Word and longs to give us. Wasted opportunities and time misspent can never be reclaimed. Let’s commit to make each and every day count for Jesus Christ instead of merely living for ourselves.

Take Heed Therefore

“Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the flock, over the which the Holy Ghost hath made you overseers, to feed the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own blood.” (Acts 20:28)

On his way back to Jerusalem, Paul decided not to stop at Ephesus, fearing a lengthy delay. But this church was much on his heart, and he recognized that he might not see them again. In order to give them one last bit of instruction and encouragement, he called the elders to meet with him, where they had a most touching time together (vv. 30-38). What was Paul’s main concern? “For I know this, that after my departing shall grievous wolves enter in among you, not sparing the flock. Also of your own selves shall men arise, speaking perverse things, to draw away disciples after them. Therefore watch, and remember” (vv. 29-31).

Later, Paul sent Timothy to Ephesus, “that thou mightest charge some that they teach no other doctrine” (1 Timothy 1:3). The Greek word used here means “a different kind of doctrine” and is used only twice. Certainly, the false doctrine that concerned Paul the most was a works-oriented salvation. “I marvel that ye are so soon removed from him that called you into the grace of Christ unto another gospel” (Galatians 1:6).

Paul also concerned himself with lifestyle. “If any man teach otherwise [same word], and consent not to wholesome words, even the words of our Lord Jesus Christ, and to the doctrine which is according to godliness . . . from such withdraw thyself” (1 Timothy 6:3, 5). The list of characteristics of the false teachers given (vv. 4-5) contrasts markedly with those resulting from proper doctrine and life, “charity out of a pure heart, and of a good conscience, and of faith unfeigned” (1:5). May our lives be characterized by these qualities. JDM

“O give thanks unto the Lord.”

Psalm 105

The Psalmist commemorates the providential care of the Lord towards the chosen family in the delightful verses of—

Psalm 105:1

Thankfulness should sweeten our spirit, worship should be our delight, and to make known the goodness of the Lord our constant employment.

Psalm 105:2

Both singing and talking ought to be consecrated to the Lord’s honour, though, alas! they are too often desecrated to the most unworthy purposes.

Psalm 105:3

We are very prone to glory in something; wise are they who glory only in the Lord.

Psalm 105:4

Even when we have found him and know his love, let us press onward and seek him more and more.

Psalm 105:5, 6

Those who receive special favours should consider themselves under peculiar obligations to glorify God by publishing abroad his goodness and power.

Psalm 105:8

Glory be to God, he has never ceased to be faithful to the covenant of grace. It is ordered in all things and sure, and not one word of it has ever fallen to the ground. His promises stand fast for ever, firm as the throne of the I AM.

Psalm 105:15

With ease the surrounding potentates might have crushed the chosen race while one single tent could hold them; but the Preserver of men mysteriously guarded them, as evermore he keeps the little flock of his people. The persons of the saints are sacred, and sanctified unto God, they cannot be touched with impunity.

Psalm 105:16

Before the famine came, arrangements had been made for the housing of Jacob and his family. Before our trials befall us the way out of than has been prepared. There was a Joseph before there was a famine.

Psalm 105:17-19

God’s word caused the trial, and the same word ended it. There is as much a divine fiat concerning our daily trials as there was in the creation of the world. One word from God can bring us down, but, blessed be his name, another can raise us up.

Psalm 105:23

Even favoured Israel must go into Egypt where trouble awaited his household; but it was needful for the preservation of the race, and therefore a matter for praise. Let us bless God also when we go down into Egypt, for the hand of the Lord is in it.


To God, the great, the ever bless’d,

Let songs of honour be address’d;

His mercy firm for ever stands;

Give him the thanks his love demands.


Remember what thy mercy did

For Jacob’s race thy chosen seed;

And with the same salvation bless

The meanest suppliant of thy grace.


Your Redemption Is a Done Deal!

Galatians 3:13

Don’t you wish you could be free from sin and its consequences once and for all? Well, according to Galatians 3:13, you already are! You just haven’t comprehended it yet! Let me give you an illustration of this before we dive into Galatians 3:13.

A friend of mine had a goat that he dearly loved. Very late one night, he received a telephone call from the local police, who informed him that his goat had wandered away from home, had been hit by a car, and now lay dead in a ditch by the side of the road.

My friend was grieved and brokenhearted, but he knew he needed to retrieve the dead goat. When he approached the ditch where the goat lay, he saw that the goat was very much alive! Its legs were bound with rope, which let my friend know that someone had kidnapped the goat and then dumped it in the ditch on the side of the road.

Jubilantly, he leaped into the bottom of the ditch, pulled out his pocketknife, cut the ropes, slapped the goat on its backside, and said, “Get up!” But the goat just lay there with its legs still clinging to each other as if they were still bound with rope. He hit her a second time, then a third time. Then he yelled at her one last time, “Get up!”

My friend mused to himself, Bless this dumb ol’ goat! It’s free and doesn’t even know it! He reached down and pulled apart the goat’s legs; then he lifted it and set it on its feet. Only then did the goat realize it wasn’t bound anymore.

When I heard this story, it made me think about us as believers. We don’t need to get free—we are free! Jesus’ work on the Cross totally purchased our redemption and freedom.

Although Jesus broke the bonds of slavery and the devil has no legal hold on believers anymore, most believers still lay on their sides in the bottom of the ditch, wishing they could get free. The chains that hold them are an illusion, because Jesus already paid the price for their release!

Galatians 3:13 gives us a glorious picture of the redemption Jesus Christ purchased for us. The word “redeem” that Paul used in this verse is derived from the Greek word exagoridzo. It is a compound of the words ex and agoridzo. The word ex is a preposition that means out. The word agoridzo was the Greek word most notably used to describe the slave market— a disgusting place where human beings were bought, sold, and traded like animals.

But when the words ex and agoridzo are compounded together, it pictures a buyer or redeemer who has gone to the slave market to purchase a slave for the solitary purpose of bringing him out of that place of slavery so he can be set free. Therefore, this particular word for “redeem” conveys the thought of permanent removal from captivity.

Exagoridzo is the very word Paul used in Galatians 3:13, where he says, “Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law….” Because this word is used in connection with Jesus redeeming us from the curse of the law, Paul is telling us plainly that Jesus’ sacrificial death didn’t only pay the penalty for our sin; His death removed us from living under the curse henceforth!

Paul continues to tell us that Jesus’ work of redemption was the reason He came into the world: “But when the fulness of the time was come, God sent forth his Son, made of a woman, made under the law, to redeem them that were under the law, that we might receive the adoption of sons” (Galatians 4:4, 5).

As you get started on your day, take time to rejoice that God’s purpose in sending Jesus was not only to inspect your condition of slavery and locate you in your depravity—His ultimate plan was to buy you out of that miserable condition and then to place you in His family as His own child. You are forever removed from the curse of sin and the law. God accomplished that plan through Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection. It’s a done deal!

You’re a purchased possession, bought out of bondage by the Son of God, never to be a slave to sin again. So make a quality decision to walk in the reality of that marvelous fact!


Lord, I thank You that my redemption is a done deal! It’s not something I’m trying to get; it’s something You’ve already purchased and accomplished in my life. Help me renew every area of my mind so I can enjoy the liberty You purchased for me. Give me a desire to experience Your freedom in every sphere of my life and a determination to reject any form of bondage that tries to hang on to me!

I pray this in Jesus’ name!


I confess that I am free! Sin has no more hold on me! Bondages and habits from the past have no more legitimate right to exercise their control over me! I rejoice that God sent Jesus to buy me out of my slavery and place me in His family as His own child. I declare that I am forever removed from the curse of sin. I agree that it’s a done deal!

I declare this by faith in Jesus’ name!


  1. Have you ever felt like that goat, mentally and emotionally paralyzed by the fear of being “kidnapped” by some kind of bondage in your life?
  2. How would you act differently if you truly believed that you are no longer under the power of sin and its consequences once and for all?
  3. How has the realization of what Jesus accomplished through His death and resurrection changed your opinion of yourself as God’s child?


What God Wants From Us

How would you like to be able to communicate God’s Word to others in an eloquent fashion?


Or have the ability to plumb the depths of the most profound spiritual truths?


Or be able to pray for a person’s healing in perfect confidence that God will answer?


What about the courage to sell all your belongings and move to central Africa to reach the most impoverished of peoples?


Or have unflinching commitment to Christ — even to the point of facing a firing squad?


It all sounds so very noble doesn’t it? But what God really wants from us is:

  • To be PATIENT with our wife when she asks us to go shopping with her all Saturday afternoon.
  • To be KIND to the scrubby pony-tailed dropout with the bone through his nose.
  • To genuinely take PLEASURE in the knowledge that our competitor is knocking them dead at the cash register.
  • To BE GRACIOUS toward those among us who stand to profit us nothing.
  • To PUT ASIDE OUR INTERESTS for the benefit of others
  • To FORGIVE those who have ripped us off.
  • To LIVE MAGNANIMOUSLY, TRUSTING GOD AMIDST DIFFICULT circumstances which we cannot change.

This, my friends is the love of Christ, (as expressed in 1 Corinthians 13), applied in the crucible of life’s daily realities. If we fail here, no amount of giftedness or personal sacrifice is of any consequence.



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