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Cross World
Enter Yeshua’s bosom. His burden is light. Feel the warmth and love that recalibrates you into His very image. Behold, the centrality of the Cross that’s colorful, pulsating and alive. There is power here for peace like a river. There is power here to break barriers of Never-Neverland. There is power here to turn the Body of Christ golden. We decree that we lift up Jesus Christ crucified, buried and risen; and proclaim the centrality of the cross of Jesus Christ of Nazareth in the Church in heaven and on earth. Drink the wine of His eternal covenant and pour it over all of creation.

~ Robin Main
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Immortality is the new wine being poured out in our day. Behold, a huge cluster of grapes. The Lord is peeling off the skin to reveal His glory within. It’s time to focus on the flesh of the grapes, which is the heart of the matter. It is the essence of the new wine full of sweetness and divine glory where everything is being held together by the power of the Word (Hebrews 1:3).

The huge cluster of grapes that Joshua and Caleb carried out of the Promised Land speaks of the eternal reality of the immortality found in the Messiah Yeshua (Jesus Christ). It’s the best saved-for-last: “For this corruption must put on incorruption and this mortal must out on immortality. So when this corruption shall have put on incorruption, and this mortal shall put on immortality, then shall be brought to pass the saying that is written, Death…

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The “Second Coming”?

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There are 5 verses/passages that have puzzled me for many years and I haven’t said anything about them due to fear of being wrong or being “stoned to death.” But, after digging much deeper into them, I see something that is very dangerous and embarrassing to the status quo.

As you read these 5 verse/passages, consider carefully how you would have heard and understood these words of Jesus if you had been with Him back then and there, sitting at His feet, and listening, intently?


In Matthew 10:23, while Jesus was talking with his disciples before sending them out to preach, he included this promise: But when they persecute you in this city, flee ye into another: for verily I say unto you, Ye shall not have gone over the cities of Israel, till the Son of man be come.” (KJV)

In the Amplified Bible, it…

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Cost Counting

Thought For the Day

In the Church, we always hear about faith. But do we really understand what “faith” entails? I mean, everybody has faith. Think about it. When you punch the time-clock each day for work, it takes faith that, come payday, your employer will have the money to pay you for the work you have done. If you own your own business, it takes faith that your clients will pay you for your services, and sometimes they disappoint us, don’t they? Shoot, it takes at least a measure of confidence to sit down in a chair without first testing whether it’s strong enough to hold you.

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