Category Archives: Altar
Gen.37:10 “This time he told the dream to his father as well as to his brothers, but his father scolded him. “What kind of dream is that?” he asked. “Will your mother and I and your brothers actually come and bow to the ground before you?”
Over the past few days, we have learned that Mary was an executionist and she had power with God. Mary used her power with God to change and influence things for others. We have seen from the example of Mary that when you have power with God, you can change things. Read the rest of this entry
Acts 2:1&3 (TPT) “On the day Pentecost was being fulfilled, all the disciples were gathered in one place. Then all at once a pillar of fire appeared before their eyes. It separated into tongues of fire that engulfed each one of them.”
1 Kings 18:38 “Immediately the fire of the Lord flashed down from heaven and burned up the young bull, the wood, the stones, and the dust…” As the fire of God falls in this season, God’s fire is not going to consume our sacrifice Read the rest of this entry
1 Chr.12:32 (NKJV) “of the sons of Issachar who had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do…”(emphasis added).
Ps.4:5 Offer sacrifices in the right spirit, and trust the Lord.” 1 kings 18:33 “He piled wood on the altar, cut the bull into pieces, and laid the pieces on the wood.” (emphasis added). The sacrifice you place on God’s altar belongs to Read the rest of this entry
1 Kings 18:33-35 “…Then he said, “Fill four large jars with water, and pour the water over the offering and the wood.” .…“Do the same thing again!” “…Now do it a third time!” So they did as he said, and the water ran around the altar and even filled the trench.” (emphasis added).
God never determines what He will do by the scarcity of resources. God determines what He will do and He does it in spite of the scarcity. When Elijah kept requesting for more and more water, I can imagine what Ahab Read the rest of this entry
1 kings 18:30 “Then Elijah called to the people, “Come over here!” They all crowded around him as he repaired the altar of the Lord that had been torn down” (emphasis added).
Yesterday, we began to examine the stone – one of the components Elijah used to build an altar to God. In altar building, the stone represents the heart. It is important to note that when God asks for stones to build an altar, Read the rest of this entry
Ps. 35:1 “Contend, Lord, with those who contend with me; fight against those who fight against me” [NIV]
Years ago, someone told me he thought I was too fierce because in his opinion, if you leave the devil alone he will leave you alone. Then life happened, and he called me and said, Read the rest of this entry
“Give thanks to the Lord, for he good! His faithful love endures for ever” Ps.136:1
It is only the living that can complain but guess what it is also only the living that can give thanks to God. Which would it be for you? Regardless of what you are going through, the fact that you are alive shows that God is not done with you yet and this is reason enough to give thanks. Many times we do not give the thanksgiving that is commensurate to our breakthrough, or even commensurate to our request for the breakthrough. We pray and wait on God for something Read the rest of this entry
“So here’s what I want you to do, God helping you: Take your everyday, ordinary life—your sleeping, eating, going-to-work, and walking-around life—and place it before God as an offering. Embracing what God does for you is the best thing you can do for him” Rom.12:1 [MSG].
How does worship become a lifestyle? Intersect your daily routines with your passion for God. And that is best described with the portion of Scripture quoted above. Intersect your daily routines with your passion for God. Mix your life with God. Let your life be mixed with worship. Imagine a blender, put your life into it, add worship, add praise, add Bible Reading, push the button and just blend it all Read the rest of this entry
“So kill your earthly impulses: loose sex, impure actions, unbridled sensuality, wicked thoughts, and greed (which is essentially idolatry)” Col.3:5 [VOICE]
Paul urges us to put to death the sinful, earthly things lurking within. So how do you put to death [kill]? Two practical scriptural ways of killing;
#1. You hand it over to the Holy Ghost. You put your life on the altar and you surrender that Read the rest of this entry