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Stop Fighting with the Devil (2004)

The apostle James called some in the Jerusalem church “adulterers.” Their adultery was not sexual, but spiritual. They were cheating on God. First, they were not sharing with the poor in the church, nor giving them equal seating. This reveals a worship of money, and also a compromise with the world. Any form of compromise...

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Married to the Devil (2003)

God describes a Christian's covenant with Jesus Christ as a “marriage.” As with any marriage, this covenant requires faithfulness. To be faithful to God is to love him wholeheartedly and to obey him. However, all sinners are married to the devil. This is evident by their unrighteous actions. In order to marry Jesus, a person...

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God’s Revival

God's revival in Argentina climaxed with the healing of Argentina's dictator and evangelistic healing meetings crowded with over 180,000 people. Radio, television, and newspapers spread revival throughout the country. Though the battle with darkness is not yet over, revival continues in Argentina to this day. God wills to similarly break the powers of darkness over...

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The Blood of the New Covenant (2005)

After conversion, Christians are to mature. The writer of Hebrews speaks of this as eating “meat,” or “solid food,” instead of milk. A key feature of this maturity is entering the rest of God. Another is consecration and power for service. This includes answered prayers, souls saved, and Satan's kingdom destroyed. Yet another feature is...

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Is Your Church a Prayer Meeting?

Jesus said, “I will build my church, and the gates of hell will not prevail against it.” How would Jesus do this? We find the answer plainly in the book of Acts. Jesus built his church as a prayer meeting. Though they lacked power, they were a church before the Day of Pentecost. After Pentecost,...