The Prophetic Ministry of Music in the Church

Music has always been a major aspect of serving and worshiping Jehovah. It's so important to God that it was present when he created Earth (Job 38:4-7) and it will be present when he goes through the process of ending Earth (Revelation 15) in the last of the last days. In our service to the... Continue Reading →

Driving out distractions for comprehensive communion with God

In Genesis 15, we see how several years after Abram entered into a relationship with the Lord, Jehovah reassured Abram that all of the promises he mentioned in years past would indeed come to fruition. Despite the fact Abram was now a seasoned believer, he asked God for some evidence of the prophetic promises in... Continue Reading →

Rapprochement with the Lord brings refreshing restoration

I just love the fact that the Lord Jehovah is the God who seeks rapprochement /ra-'prōsh-mon/ with us mere mortals even though we don't deserve it. What's rapprochement? An establishment of reconciliation and harmonious relations between two or more parties who are at odds. The blessed party who experiences that with the Lord through Jesus... Continue Reading →

Believers who praise God’s word are believers who prosper

Praising and glorifying God's word are such an important part of our relationship with the Lord and churchgoers who resist it in any way will find themselves in a downward spiritual trend, lacking spiritual growth or maturity. It's sad to see how prevalent it is for churches and individual believers to allow themselves to be... Continue Reading →

Thar’s good in them thar hymns: music’s importance to the church

When it comes to what type of music should be played in church, the opinions are probably as vast as the individuals who attend church. Some believers think only old hymns are good enough for church, others think the praise and worship music of today should be the dominant or only format in church, and still others think... Continue Reading →

How persecution can lead to prophetic praise

The opening of 1 Samuel introduces us to a mighty woman of God named Hannah. Little did she know what an impact her seemingly insignificant life would play in blessing the whole nation of Israel. Early on in the book, we find that she was facing two huge problems--her sterility and persecution from her husband Elkanah's... Continue Reading →

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