Isaiah

The prophet Isaiah is the only Old Testament prophet who volunteered to be the voice of God.  Isaiah foretold of major things to come, including the long awaited Messiah, Yahweh, Yeshua. God raised up the prophets during Israel’s time of disconnection to the things of God. After reading about all the mayhem that our ancestors…

Ezekiel

What are we to think about Gog, of the land of Magog? In the prophetic book of Ezekiel, we ask the Holy Spirit to give us revelation.  While living in exile, Ezekiel’s heart was broken by the devastation of Jerusalem and the carnage he witnessed. God chose the prophet Ezekiel to preach to the Jews…

Astounding Response to Jesus

“God sent His Word and healed them” Psalm 107:20 – The Word of God abides in us, it empowers us, it speaks through us, it heals the brokenhearted, it sets the captives free, it destroys demons. Imagine the astounding response to your countenance after spending time in communication with Jesus. Our heavenly Father designed this…

MATTHEW

Imagine yourself stilled by the Presence of God with ears to hear what the Spirit of God is saying. Are you ready to hear what God has in store for those who acknowledge Him?  Our Father uses ordinary people like you and me to overflow with His love. Matthew was like an agent of the…

Zechariah

The young prophet Zechariah offered words to encourage the children of Israel as they labored to rebuild the Temple.  His words painted a bright picture of the perpetual blessing that was coming to Israel. As Haggai was aging, God sent Zechariah to reinforce His remnant that returned to Jerusalem after 70 years of captivity in…

Nahum

His name and the message of Nahum means ‘comfort’.  Nahum lived during the reign of the good king Hezekiah of Judah and Isaiah. When the cruel Assyrians invaded, he escaped into Judah. In 2 Kings 19:35 it is recorded that 185,000 people perished during that takeover. These are God’s words in response to the day…

Daniel

As Ezekiel was proclaiming God’s very specific predictions of what will happen in the days to come, king Nebuchadnezzar ransacked Jerusalem. Ezekiel’s warning was not taken to heart and many Jews were killed. King Jehoiakim of Judah ordered that a few young, educated Jewish men be taken from among the noble families of Israel. Those…

Jeremiah

Within a short 3 mile walk from the Holy City, God called a sensitive boy named Jeremiah from the village of Anathoth. This youth was given the overwhelming responsibility of speaking as God’s prophet.  Because his father was a priest, Jeremiah no doubt was familiar with Scripture. He was molded by the influence of his…