Wednesday, October 22, 2014



If you've been feeling like quitting,

 feeling oppressed,

 feeling worn out, 

feeling like isolating yourself, 

get out of your feelings and into the Word. 

The spiritual climate this time of year is intense 

due to all the demonic activity over pagan holidays.

 Begin praising Jesus and thanking God

 and fellowshipping with the Holy Spirit. 

Guard your mind. That's where the battle starts.

 Rise up in the name of Jesus and command witchcraft to bow. 

You are seated with Christ in heavenly places. 

Greater is He that is in you than he that is in the world 

No weapon formed against you can prosper.

 Now shake it off and rise up!! ‪#‎spiritualwarfare‬



Pray for Houston’s Mayor, Annise Parker. 

Intercede for her and for the city of Houston.

 Pray for church leaders across the country tonight; 

that the Holy Spirit would give them words to say 

in response to a line being crossed. 

Pray that the Church would have an apt reply (Prov. 15:23, Matthew 10:19).

 We do not wrestle against flesh and blood! (Ephesians 6)

Tuesday, October 21, 2014


This about Sadu Singh, an Holy Man from India. He is a Holy Man who became alive with Jesus.  The first part of the book is about events in his life seen from him and those who knew him.  The second part is taken from interviews and parts of his books and articles.   He didn't conform to the usual western evangalists clothing (and style) to spread the gospel; knowing that his people would receive better from someone of their own culture.

Some of the very first impressions that I got as I began to read this book was that this man became spiritually hungry at a very young age.  Both his mother and father loved and nutured him well. His mother taught him much when it came to spiritual discipllines; rituals.   When it came to his spiritual hunger as he began to observe well respected holy men, strive to work to find God, he found their actions were wasted and they remained unenighltened.  He wasn't satisfied and continued in his quest. At fifteen he rebelled; his mother was dead, he began hating going to the missionary school and he was confused and he could find no peace.  Their was a prophecy over him that he wasn't like the  others and that he would either become a great man of God or he would disgrace his people by going insane.   He has an intense experience after crying out for truth.. He beings to follow Yesu, the one whom the Chrisitians followed...and then his journey truly does begin.

 I really liked this book, the style that it was written in and the perspective that is given.  Humble, simple, thought provoking.  Coming from a different country, a different culture, a different thought process was interesting to walk through.  Sometimes as Americans I guess we think our way is the only way, even when it comes to Evangalism sad to say.  It was good to see that he wasn't intimidated into that.   What also struck me was the words (paraphrased) that he was a itinerate   barefoot preacher whose heart burned with love, for Jesus and he just HAD to share it.  

I reveived this Plough Publishing House book FREE through Handlebar in exchange for an honest review.