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The Season of Revealing - Cal Pierce
We are entering into the end-time season where God will begin to reveal to us things that we have never seen or heard. (I Cor. 1:6-9) The purpose of this revealing is that we might know the things that God freely gives us from His Kingdom.
As we have entered into the year of the Open Door, it is important that we understand the significance of this. The word open door in Revelations 4:1 refers to revealing the things God has for us that we are to receive. We are to move from little power to great power in order to establish God's Kingdom on earth as it is in Heaven. We cannot establish things we do not know. They must be revealed first. The open door does this. What God has freely given to us is revealed by the Holy Spirit, who is in us. (I Cor. 2:10)
We are being prepared to move into a demonstration of the Spirit and power. I Cor 2:4-5 Paul is telling us this:
This is telling us that our ministry will come with great signs and wonders when we rest our faith on the Holy Spirit who brings the power of God.
We will begin to hear and see with great vision. Our faith will not be subject to the wisdom of men but will be driven by the power of God. The kind of faith that moves vision into reality. We will begin to move into the "all things are possible" realm of God. This will activate the greater works into His body according to John 14:12. The Spirit of revelation will begin to reveal the hidden wisdom which has not entered the hearts of man. It will be revealed to all that God has prepared to receive it in this end-time.
The Deaf Can Hear
An amazing healing at High Roads Healing Rooms in Gillette, Wyoming, USA.
Healing Rooms Around the World - Philadelphia, Mississippi, USA
Tue, 2/27/2018The Mississippi Combine Healing Rooms in Philadelphia, MS has a vision and God is definitely moving "...across church and denominational lines as well as across racial lines...(to) meet the needs of the community.”
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Easter is fast approaching. For followers of Christ it is a most amazing time to remember all that He has bought for us on the Cross and the supernatural life that is now ours because of His great sacrifice!
Share the life changing truth and love of Jesus with your children this Easter with these special resources.
Healing Rooms Bookstore Team
Hinds' Feet On High Places (Children's book)
by Hannah Hurnard
This beautiful book tells the story of Much-Afraid and her journey to the High Places with the Shepherd. Filled with exciting adventure and a triumphant conclusion, this story will teach your child the importance of following the Shepherd.
God's Easter Miracle
by Lee Ann Mancini
In God's Easter Miracles, the sea kids learn that Easter isn't about the Easter bunny or candy. It's about Jesus Christ giving up His life for all of us, and how we are to sacrifice ourselves for others.
A true lesson of becoming more like Jesus is learned in this beautiful Easter story of love and grace.
Superbook - He is Risen
In “He Is Risen” Superbook intervenes and in a very special episode, takes Chris, Joy, Gizmo AND Phoebe back in time, for an encounter with Jesus' mother Mary during the time of her son's crucifixion.
It's Time to Access the Kingdom - Cal Pierce
We have been given access to the Kingdom of God. We see this in Ephesians, chapter 3, verse 12:
This is the year of the Open Door on the Jewish calendar. In other words, God has literally opened the door of Heaven for us to access His Kingdom like never before. In this scripture, boldness means to be frank or blunt in our access. It also means to access the whole thing or all that God has. The word confident means to have reliance or to experience what you are to access.
We are invited to come boldly to the Throne of God in confidence. (Heb 4:16) We can be confident because when we ask of Him anything according to His will, He does hear us; and if we know that, we have what we ask for. (1 Jn 5:14-15)
Faith is believing we have what we ask for. God has a supply house of provision that is available to us. The door to the supply house is standing open, all we have to do is enter in and take what we need according to His will. The problem is when we walk by sight, we don't see ourselves in possession of the provision. We then want to ask God for it and then we cancel our faith that givers us access.
God doesn't have to give us what He has already provided. God is our provider, when He promises something, we can take ownership of it because it now belong to us. This is our inheritance. When we possess it by faith, our faith becomes the vehicle to bring the provision from the storehouse of the supernatural realm into the natural realm for our use. This is the process for the Kingdom to come on earth as it is in Heaven.
It is time to access our Kingdom storehouse and possess our inheritance. The door is now standing wide open.
Feed on the Spice of My Word - Cathy Hopkins
Recently I awoke in the middle of the night to these words:
At first reflection it was easy to think I knew what Holy Spirit was saying through this statement. I found it a fresh way of saying a truth I felt I knew and I enjoyed His verbiage a lot. However, to ensure I had a full picture of what the Lord was speaking to me, I looked up the two words spice and drudgery.
Spice - zest, flavor, and ‘delight of something that satisfies’
Drudgery - dull, irksome, fatiguing work/labor, menial
Our Heavenly Father offers us life and that more abundantly! (John 10:10) The only thing the world has to offer us is the constant drain of fatiguing work that, in the end, is dull and irksome.
Father God offers us zest and flavor in this life as we soak in His Word. His Word is a source that gives us ‘delight with satisfaction’! The world offers a menial life (lowly and sometimes degrading). The contrast is truly striking.
He gives us a choice..... and offers us the correct answer. “I have set before you life and death.....therefore choose life.” (Duet 30:19) Life with zest and delight! Life with spice!
At first, I did not go beyond a cursory thought for this word, apparently deciding I knew what this meant. I word searched spice and drudgery and thought I had done my due diligence to this powerful phrase.
However, Holy Spirit had a different idea. The morning after I studied and wrote the above I was getting ready for work, reading the Word, going about starting the new day. When quite unexpectantly, I heard Holy Spirit bring up the word feed. And immediately after that I heard ‘fodder’ which, as a dairy farm girl, gave me an instant picture of a 'cow chewing her cud.' When I typed this phrase into an internet search bar I immediately saw this:
Wow! Chewing on the spice of the Word ‘eight hours’ a day will certainly cause some serious changes in one’s life. You might say, how can anyone do this? Well, what does chewing on the Word really mean? Once we have spent some time in the Word of God asking Holy Spirit to breathe the Ruach breath of God on it, to illuminate what He has for us, we can spend much of our day pondering, meditating and even quietly speaking out this Word. In other words, chewing on it.
The Word of God states in many places and ways that we are to eat the Word. (Ez 2:8, Jer 15:16, Mat 4:4) In addition to eating it, the fact that, in the example of the cow, the ‘cud’ is sent back to the cow’s mouth was quite intriguing to me in light of what I felt/sensed Holy Spirit was highlighting. What are we to do after we ponder and meditate the Word? Put it in our mouth! SPEAK IT OUT! Declare it forth! Use our sword of the Spirit which is the Word of God. (Eph 6:17)
The Book of Hebrews chapter 5 tells us that those who continue to feed on milk are mere infants (not able to talk yet!) AMPC version So if infants needing milk are those who are unable to talk, then it seems to me that the speaking part (the chewed food being brought back to the mouth) is a very important part of our growth in the Lord.
We are to stop needing milk and instead feed on solid food. Solid food definitely takes more work/time to digest. It is time for us to grow up my brothers and sisters - into the manifested Sons and Daughters of the Most High God, by feeding on His Word. As we continue with the picture of a cow chewing its cud and bringing it up to its mouth to then once more have it go into its stomach, we can see how we should be chewing and swallowing, bringing it up to our mouths to speak it out then, chew and swallow again, absorbing every part of His Word into our very being.
Through the continuous process of feeding on the Word we can ‘squeeze out all the moisture’ (water of the Word) and let the spice of the Word bring ‘delight with satisfaction’ to our lives.
There is such great promise when we ‘feed’ on Him and His Word.
Song of Songs 6:2-3 (the Passion Translation)
My lover has gone down
into his garden of delight,
the place where his spices grow,
to feast with those pure in heart.
I know we shall find him there.
He is within me — I am his garden of delight.
I have him fully and now he fully has me!
Let’s feast on Him through His Word. Let’s let Him have us fully.
Cathy Hopkins (email@example.com) is the IAHR Executive Director and the Director of Spokane Healing Rooms at our Headquarters in Spokane, WA.