Living With Stress vs. Distress

I believe that there is a difference between “stress” and “distress.” Stress is not only necessary, but it is good for you. Unfortunately, it gets a bad rap. People who are distressed often say that they are “stressed,” making the word have a different applied meaning and connotation. When people say, “I have a stressful job!” they really mean that they have a “distressful” job. Stress, on the ...
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The Intercessory Power Of Communion

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For more than three decades, I’ve been teaching on the revelation of Communion, the Last Supper, the Lord’s Table, or as it is called in the book of Malachi: The Table of the Lord. In a study of the scriptures concerning Communion, one will immediately find that the communion we celebrate as Christians is about the Passover of the Israelites. The supper that the Lord Jesus sat down to eat with His...
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What Kings Need To Know About Worms

“Then immediately an angel of the Lord struck him, because he did not give glory to God. And he was eaten by worms and died.” This Herod Agrippa I, spoken of in this scripture, was a terrible ruler and terrorist to the entire land. In his line of reigning despots was a grandfather (Herod the Great) who killed the children trying to get rid of the promised king – Jesus. Agrippa’s father was the...
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A Deep Love Calls – A Deep Love Hears

Luke 2:29 “Now Lord, You are releasing Your bond-servant to depart (this life) in peace, according to Your word…” – Simeon, the lover of God Oh, how Simeon loved God. Oh, how God loved Simeon. The name/word Simeon comes for a strong Hebrew word, שָׁמַע shama; “to hear”. But this is not just a simple hearing, it is a deep hearing. For, when deep calls unto deep, only a deep hearing can percei...
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From Heavens Courts: When You Pray, Say…

The Lord’s Prayer empowered ... "It happened that while Jesus was praying in a certain place, after He had finished, one of His disciples said to Him, 'Lord, teach us to pray just as John also taught his disciples.’” (Luke 11:1 NASB) There are several Greek words in the New Testament that are translated into English as the word, prayer. Generally, these words have different meanings and appl...
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A Believer’s Ability To Heal The Land

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In the modern Church there is a foundational principle that has been generally missed by theologians, preachers, Church leaders and people of prayer that I believe could be among the most freeing revelations of creation and our inheritance as children of God. I'm speaking of the land which we have inherited from our heavenly Father. Psalms 115:16 "The heavens are the heavens of the Lord, but t...
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Spice Of Life (Biblical Spices)

by Wayne C Anderson Shir HaShirim means, Song of Songs in Hebrew. It is the title to that greatly misunderstood book in the bible that the Greek/Roman culture called the “Song of Solomon.” Song of Songs is an allegory and God’s words in this book can never be understood if read/translated “literally.” Let me give you a few powerful instances: A Jewish theologian by the name of, Harav David...
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Something That Moves Mountains

by Wayne C Anderson We’ve all heard it said; “honesty is the best policy.” That’s cute but the most important time for honesty is when we are facing God. Honesty at the very deepest parts of your being is what is absolutely necessary to have meaningful dialogue with the Master. Hiding the things we fear from Him is fraudulent. Keeping pain a secret from Him is dishonest. Confession only to t...
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The Courage To Change – Serving Our Way To Freedom

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The Courage To Change - Serving Our Way To Freedom by Wayne C Anderson At the inception of democracy, there was a lofty idea of government that is oriented to and from the people of society. That is, government without elitism. In the “new Americas” the people could no longer live with the tyranny of an elite king and power lusting lords who had no social reasoning except for what was good ...
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