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Step into a Deeper Dimension

Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which you do not know. (Jeremiah 33:3)

These words from God were given to us through the “weeping prophet” Jeremiah over 2,600 years ago, yet today they can still be claimed by you and me. Take a look at that powerful verse again as you begin to understand what was promised to us:

  • Revelation (“I will answer you”)
  • Vision (“I will show […]

Nine Gifts of the Holy Spirit

Just before Jesus ascended into heaven, He said, “Ye shall receive power after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you” (Acts 1:8). This promise of power comes after the Holy Spirit visits your life, empowering you to witness, strengthening your Christian walk, and equipping you for Christian service to defeat the Enemy.

As our life is empowered by the Holy Spirit, spiritual gifts or new abilities called the “gifts of the Holy […]

Yielding to the Holy Spirit

Everyone seems to want power today—political, personal, physical, financial, spiritual…

This quest for power is not new to this generation. We are taught from an early age to admire powerful people.

History is filled with accounts of leaders who led great armies to victories that still affect our world.

Today’s headlines often focus on the “power brokers” of business and politics, while televised sporting events replay the best “power plays” of the day.

Books are written and marketed […]

Hold Onto the Treasure

Hold Onto Treasure

The Lord continues to examine your heart. Many people say, “Come, Holy Spirit,” but He will not come. Why? Because the place of habitation is unclean. Why should you expect the Most High to dwell in an atmosphere of filth?
We must make a decision. The Lord is saying, “It is either Me or the world!” He demands that you choose. And once you commit to His kingdom, you will hear […]

Names and Nature of Almighty God

You and I were created to know God. This is our ultimate purpose for existence, and it is very important that we have a correct concept of God, for we tend to respond to Him based upon our perception of what we know about Him.

This has been proven historically. The measure of greatness attained by both individuals and nations has been in direct proportion to their perspective of God. Where God is welcomed and […]

A New Decade of Blessings

A New Decade of Blessings


In the financial crises you face, are you looking at the dry, parched ground of your circumstances? Or, is your heart and mind fixed upon God’s promises to you?

Are you withholding from God because of your own personal lack or need? Or, are you sowing seed, through your giving, and trusting God to fulfill His promises?

God commanded His blessing upon Isaac until he was the richest man in the […]

Breakthrough with Intercession

Breakthrough with Intercession


Often I have met people who tell me, “I’m an intercessor.” Yet when I talk with them, it becomes clear they simply see their role in ministry as “praying for others.”

True intercession has a far deeper meaning and is the result of a relationship with the Lord that is immeasurable.

Communion is marvelous, but intercession is where a spiritual breakthrough occurs.

It is only by taking each of the steps we have already […]

Receive Your Healing

Receive Your Healing


Whenever sickness or disease strikes our body, mind or spirit, we usually want to know what our treatment options are. Although good medical care may be available, medical science can rarely provide a complete cure for what ails us. That’s because the source of sickness and disease is usually supernatural, falling outside the bounds of man’s natural world.

I’d like to answer two of the most important questions you might ask relating […]

7 Keys to an Intimate Relationship with the Holy Spirit

Four days before Christmas 1973, I went with a friend of mine, Jim Poynter, on a charter bus trip from Toronto to Pittsburgh for a Kathryn Kuhlman meeting. It would be a day that would change my life forever!

I knew very little about her ministry, yet when we arrived at the First Presbyterian Church in downtown Pittsburgh, hundreds of people were already there, though the doors wouldn’t open for several hours.

As I stood in […]