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Protection Through the Blood

Hyssop is a plant that is still grown throughout the Middle East today and is symbolic of faith and purity in the Word of God. David prayed to God:

“Purge me with hyssop, and I shall be clean: wash me, and I shall be whiter than snow.” (Psalm 51:7)

The children of Israel were commanded to take a branch of hyssop, and by faith, to apply the blood on the lintel and two side posts of […]

The Deity of the Holy Spirit

The Deity of the Holy Spirit

It is testified by Holy Scripture, and the Nicaean creed out of Holy Scripture teaches that the Holy Ghost is he who makes alive, and, together with the Father and the Son, is worshipped and glorified.

Therefore, the Holy Ghost, of necessity, must be true and everlasting God with the Father and the Son, in one only essence. For if he were not true and everlasting God, then could […]

The Key to Abundant Blessing

The Key to Abundant Blessing

When we love someone, it is easy to share what we have and who we are. The same principle holds true for our heavenly Father.

Scripture often referred to David as a man after God’s own heart. Although he was not perfect, he loved God and fellowshipped with Him. And in Psalm 51:16-17, we find that David had discovered the secret to a relationship with God:

“For thou desirest not sacrifice; […]

Stillness in the Spirit

Stillness in the Spirit

Somehow, we’ve been led to believe that praying is always about the words we speak. As you study God’s Word, however, you will discover that it is often our silence that the Lord desires. The prophet Zephaniah wrote:

“Hold thy peace at the presence of the Lord God…” (Zephaniah 1:7)

As you pray and God begins to fill you, the abundance leaves no more room for words. Yet in your silence, you […]

Releasing Fear

Releasing Fear

The power and authority the apostles received began to touch lives at every turn. Their ministry was followed by “many signs and wonders…among the people” (Acts 5:12). And what was the result?

“Believers were increasingly added to the Lord, multitudes of both men and women” (Acts 5:14).

The signs that followed the coming of the Holy Spirit led people directly to Christ. That’s an important fact to remember.

What happened in the Upper Room was […]

Brazilians Greet Pastor Benny Hinn in Packed Estádio do Canindé

Brazilians Greet Pastor Benny Hinn in Packed Estádio do Canindé

From the first refrain of “How Great Thou Art,” sung in both English and Portuguese, to the final “Amen!” it was obvious to all in attendance that something special was happening. The front of the pulpit proclaimed “JESUS,” and truly our Lord was lifted up from the beginning to end of this remarkable service.

“The Lord has been speaking to me in dreams,” Pastor Benny taught, […]

Total Dependence on the Savior

Total Dependence on the Savior

What does it mean to be totally dependent upon the Savior?

Let me go back to the Old Testament for an undeniable example. King David, considered by historians and scholars to be one of the most powerful and successful warriors of his day, was very willing to openly declare that without God he could do nothing.

This thought runs throughout the longest chapter of the Bible.

When I saw what the psalmist […]

How to Gain Authority in Your Faith

How to Gain Authority in Your Faith

It is impossible to predict where your walk with the Holy Spirit will lead.

The story of Stephen, as recorded in Acts, is a good example. He was not an apostle before becoming a deacon. Stephen was simply active in the church in Jerusalem, a man full of the Holy Spirit, and faith (see Acts 6:5).

It is apparent that the Holy Spirit was moving in a great and […]

One Touch From Jesus

One Touch From Jesus

Saul, who later was called Paul, is a prime example of the way the Holy Spirit can transform your walk. Can you imagine calling someone who is a blasphemer, a persecutor, and a murder, “Brother”?

To the natural ear, that sounds impossible. But that’s what the Holy Spirit can do. He makes the impossible possible. When God told Ananias to go and pray for Saul, he argued:

“Lord, I have […]

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