Crossing Over into the New Year: Staking Our Future & Responding to War!
Since aligning with Chuck Pierce, Robert Heidler and Glory of Zion International, I once again look forward to celebrating the Lord’s commanded feasts, His “appointed times” to meet with His people. In October we celebrated the Feast of Tabernacles (Deut. 16:13; Lev. 23:39; Zech 14:16-19; John 7), which is a time to look back with gratitude on God’s deliverance, provision and His presence with Israel in the wilderness; but we also look forward to the time to come when Jesus will return to permanently tabernacle with us. Before this feast comes the Feast of Trumpets (Rosh Hashanah) which marks a new year on God’s calendar and Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement), Since the beginning as described in Genesis 1:14. the Lord God has used the “lights in the expanse of heaven” … “for signs and for seasons and for days and years” and we have crossed over into a new year on God’s calendar. Continue reading September/October RHM BiMonthly Update→
After six months of work and many signs of favor, the day for the Outreach in Union County had finally arrived. The Outreach was designed to just be a launching point for follow-up work in the community that would be done by several churches and ministries.
“As a nation, we must come together to call upon Jesus to guide us through the unprecedented struggles we face today, and thank Him for the blessings of freedom we have so richly enjoyed. The epic crisis facing our nation and threatening our future demands an epic response of repentance, prayer and fasting, asking God for mercy on us and on our land.” The Response USA
In lieu of hosting a Worship & Prayer Gathering for September, we chose to join forces with the saints across our state at The Response North Carolina for six hours of fasting, praying , repenting and worshiping before Our Lord. And this gathering was far beyond all expectations.
Back in April, I joined some of the Saturday night Worship & Prayer times that Uptown Worship Nights had at the cross-streets of Trade and Tryon. While I was out there, I looked over at the four pillars and at Polk Park and I remembered our team coming out to pray about our city’s founding at these cross-roads. These streets were once the major Indian trading paths in our region. In those moments, I became burdened to find out more about how our state had dealt with the Indian nations that once thrived here.