Word at Work

February 13, 2012

Word at Work February 13 2012

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 13 Scripture: I Samuel 16:6-13 The first thing necessary to reverse the passivity of the pastorate is a fresh anointing of the Holy Spirit. […]
February 12, 2012

Word at Work February 12 2012

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 12 Scripture: Acts 13:19-23, I Samuel 17:24-36 Acts 13:19-23 states, “And when He had destroyed seven nations in the land of Canaan, He distributed […]
February 11, 2012

Word at Work February 11 2012

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 11 Scripture: John 10:13-18 Jesus made it clear that a true shepherd has to be willing to lay his life down for the sheep. […]
February 10, 2012

Word at Work February 10 2012

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10 Scripture: John 10:7-13 Jesus drew a clear distinction between the Good Shepherd and the hireling. The difference between the two was a willingness […]
February 9, 2012

Word at Work February 9 2012

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9 Scripture: John 10:1-6 In John 10:1-6, Jesus outlines the key characteristics of a good shepherd. He says, “’Most assuredly, I say to you, […]
February 8, 2012

Word at Work February 8 2012

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8 Scripture: John 9:35-41 When blindness is healed, revelation comes and worship is released. Jesus said in verse 39, “For judgment I have come […]
February 7, 2012

Creative Miracles

Creative Miracles is a series based on the Lord waking me up at 4:44 AM and directing me to look up the five references in Scripture […]
February 7, 2012

Word at Work February 7 2012

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7 Scripture: John 9:17-34 Jesus healed a blind beggar but did it on the wrong day, which created division and a spiritual inversion. If […]
February 6, 2012

Word at Work February 6 2012

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 6 Scripture: John 9:8-16 Jesus chose to do more than to just heal a blind man. He healed him on the Sabbath when it […]
February 5, 2012

Word at Work February 5 2012

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 5 Scripture: John 9:1-7 In John 9:1-7, we see Jesus pastoring. He is shepherding the blind man in an unpopular, not very politically correct […]