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Saturday, December 15, 2018

James W. Goll: "The Prophetic Power of Proclamation" The Elijah List

James W. Goll: "The Prophetic Power of Proclamation"

The Elijah List Dec 14, 2018

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Do you know just how important your prayer decrees are? If not, you are going to get an eye opener on the impact of your prayers as you read through this recent article by our friend, James Goll.
James is a Father to the Body of Christ in many ways...including teaching us how to pray!
James opens with this statement:
As watchmen and prophetic intercessors, our assignment is to scan the horizon for potential dangers, loudly and clearly, proclaiming the authority of God. This was brought home forcefully to me one day when I was alone, waiting quietly upon the Lord. The voice of the Holy Spirit came to me saying, "It is time to make a worldwide impact by calling forth the watchmen to the prophetic power of proclamation."
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As watchmen and prophetic intercessors, our assignment is to scan the horizon for potential dangers, loudly and clearly, proclaiming the authority of God. This was brought home forcefully to me one day when I was alone, waiting quietly upon the Lord. The voice of the Holy Spirit came to me saying, "It is time to make a worldwide impact by calling forth the watchmen to the prophetic power of proclamation."
"The prophetic power of proclamation": for me this was like the final piece of a puzzle, and from that point forward I began ministering out of a higher vision.
Watchmen on the Walls
The picture was clear to me, because I had seen it in the book of Isaiah: "On your walls, O Jerusalem, I have appointed watchmen; all day and all night they will never keep silent. You who remind the Lord, take no rest for yourselves; and give Him no rest until He establishes and makes Jerusalem a praise in the earth."(Isaiah 62:6-7)
To state the obvious – if we are on top of the walls being watchmen, we are not down on the ground observing and participating in whatever is happening on a horizontal plane. We are to remain up high at our posts because that is the only way to get an overview. As watchman intercessors, the height of our revelation will determine our perspective.
If as watchmen on the walls we are to never be silent day or night, what are we to say while we are up there? We are to remind God of His Word – the promises and proclamations of Scripture as well as the promises currently in the Father's heart today. It is as though we have been issued megaphones in order to echo God's Word to the world around us.
There is more than one way to dismantle the darkness around us. We don't always need to fire arrows or use weapons. More often, we can proclaim God's blessings, which supplant the curses afflicting the people and territory we have been charged to watch over. Blessings and praises proclaimed wholeheartedly often break the power of a curse better than rebuking it directly. "Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse" (Romans 12:14). The power of a blessing is greater than the power of a curse. (Photo via James Goll)
As watchmen on the walls, our job is to pray God's promises, praise Him with our whole hearts, and release proclamations of prophetic blessings. As we do so, we will grow increasingly secure in our identities as sons and daughters of the Father. This increased security keeps us from ambitious and self-serving efforts to do prayer "exploits" while producing results that surprise us with joy.
Healing in Bangkok
Let me give you a clear example of how this works. Once I was ministering in Bangkok, Thailand, where due to the predominance of Buddhism, literal curses abound. In a series of teachings, through a translator, I rather methodically presented the causes and cures for curses. I pointed out that Jesus addressed demons directly in the course of His ministry, and the material I taught was well received.
But when the subsequent ministry time finally came, I did not follow a typical approach of individualized personal ministry. Through a series of dreams beforehand, the Holy Spirit had shown me a different way. I started releasing the opposite spirit, the spirit of blessing, over the assembled crowd. In this situation, no one laid hands on anyone else. I led the people in corporate declarations of blessings and the faith level began to rise. Everyone was eagerly participating together! The afternoon session ended with an expectation that more would come during the evening session.
Can't You Talk Louder, God?
That evening during worship, a lady started dancing her way across the front. I did not know what was so special about that, but people were really reacting in surprise and excitement. I turned to my interpreter and asked, "What is happening?" He said, "Oh, don't you know?" He then explained to me that this woman had been in the meeting earlier that day. She had come in a wheelchair because her entire right side was paralyzed. Apparently she had been going from doctor to doctor, but no one had been able to help her. She was ready to have one more MRI the following week, but she was facing a life of major paralysis.
Freedom! That afternoon, with no one laying hands on her, she had confessed and renounced some generational sins as I had instructed, and when I started releasing the power of the blessing, she got struck by a "lightning bolt" of Holy Spirit power and was healed in an instant. That night she was offering thanks to God – doing what she was not able to do before. She was healed!
We may not always see such dramatic results, but if the proclamation of God's Word of blessing is strong enough to heal paralysis, it is definitely strong enough to heal whatever else might be out of order.
Proclaim for All to Hear
We do not use the words proclaim or proclamation often in our ordinary speech. We prefer synonymous words such as announce, publish, invite or declare. Let's revive proclamation as one of our best ways to give expression to prophetic intercession. Let's cry out, pronounce, herald, and even decree. We speak on behalf of the King, do we not? As His own sons and daughters, we can proclaim God's truth with joyful confidence in any situation.
Consider a few Scriptures of proclamation:
"I will proclaim the name of the Lord. Oh, praise the greatness of our God! He is the Rock, His works are perfect, and all His ways are just. A faithful God who does no wrong, upright and just is He." (Deuteronomy 32:3-4 NIV)
"You will also decree a thing, and it will be established for you; and light will shine on your ways." (Job 22:28 NASB) (Photo via James Goll)
"The Spirit of the Sovereign Lord is on me, because the Lord has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners, to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor and the day of vengeance of our God, to comfort all who mourn, and provide for those who grieve in Zion – to bestow on them a crown of beauty instead of ashes, the oil of joy instead of mourning, and a garment of praise instead of a spirit of despair. They will be called oaks of righteousness, a planting of the Lord for the display of His splendor." (Isaiah 61:1-3 NIV)
"What I tell you in the darkness, speak in the light; and what you hear whispered in your ear, proclaim upon the housetops." (Matthew 10:27 NASB)
Proclaim and Decree
Instead of only praying problems, begin to proclaim solutions. Each time you and I proclaim the power of God over our lives and the lives of the people around us, the Holy Spirit's words to me come to fruition: "It is time to make a worldwide impact by calling forth the watchmen to the prophetic power of proclamation."
Let's make full use of the power of proclamation. Let's decree things and see them established. Let's fill our mouths with vigorous words of praise – and we will see whole cities transformed for the glory of God! (To Subscribe to the Elijah List subscribe here.)
A Watchman on the Walls,
Dr. James W. Goll
Founder of Encounters Network • God Encounters Training e–School • Prayer Storm

Dr. James W. Goll is the President of Encounters Network, the International Director of Prayer Storm, and the Founder of God Encounters Training – an eSchool of the Heart. With great joy James has shared Jesus in more than 50 nations, teaching and imparting the power of intercession, prophetic ministry, and life in the Spirit. James is the prolific author of numerous books, including The SeerThe Lost Art of Intercession, The Coming Israel Awakening, Deliverance from DarknessA Radical Faith, and many others. He has also produced multiple study guides and hundreds of audio and video messages (click here for more).
James and Michal Ann were married for 32 years before her graduation to Heaven in the fall of 2008. James has four adult children who are married and all love Jesus: Justin, GraceAnn, Tyler, and Rachel, and multiple grandchildren. James continues to make his home in Franklin, Tennessee.

Saturday, September 8, 2018

John Kilpatrick: Time Is Running Out, Church Must Awake From Witchcraft's Spell and Pray - Steve Strang

Strang Report, with Steve Strang
Friday, September 7, 2018
John Kilpatrick: Time Is Running Out, Church Must Awake From Witchcraft's Spell and Pray

Pastor John Kilpatrick (YouTube/Evangel Temple)
On Aug. 19, Pastor John Kilpatrick prophesied that the spirit of Jezebel is set to rise against President Donald Trump. Without any help from Kilpatrick or his media team, a video of that message went viral, with over a million people seeing it.

The incredible thing is that this message wasn't during a special event; it was merely a Sunday-morning service. Yet something Kilpatrick said resonated with people, even internationally.

He exhorted the church to pray for our president and combat the witchcraft that is set to take over the U.S. In the video of his prophecy, he says the Lord told him that "so far, Trump has been dealing with Ahab. But Jezebel's fixing to step out from the shadows."

Just days after Kilpatrick's timely word, Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations. And that same day, Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was declared guilty on five counts of submitting false tax returns, one count of failing to report foreign bank accounts and two counts of bank fraud.

"[God] said, 'Pray for him now, because there's about to be a shift, and the deep state is about to manifest, and it's going to be a showdown like you can't believe,'" Kilpatrick says in the video.

The message ended with a powerful time of prayer, and many prayed in tongues over ... read more 
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Thursday, December 7, 2017

Joel C. Rosenberg: With President’s historic yet controversial decision on Jerusalem, Evangelical leaders call Christians around the world to pray for the peace of Jerusalem as never before.


New post on Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

With President’s historic yet controversial decision on Jerusalem, Evangelical leaders call Christians around the world to pray for the peace of Jerusalem as never before. [Here’s the statement we just released from the Alliance For The Peace of Jerusalem.]

by joelcrosenberg
Time and again, Jerusalem lies at the Epicenter of the momentous events that are shaking our world and shaping our future. This week is no exception.
As a dual U.S.-Israeli citizen -- and a Jewish Evangelical -- and most recently as a new resident of Jerusalem where my wife and kids and I now live, these issues are not just theological or theoretical for me. They're personal.
Lynn and I love Jerusalem -- we love both Israelis and Palestinians. We love them dearly and equally, as we believe God does. We don't want to see any more divisions or violence or terror or injustice of any kind. There has been too much suffering, too much bloodshed. We long to see peace between the two sides. We pray and work for the day when both peoples can truly live side by side, and amongst each other, in safety and security and freedom and prosperity -- free and willing and eager even to seek the Prince of Peace and make Him known to the rest of the world. 
On Monday at the National Press Club, I helped launch a new organization called the "Alliance For The Peace of Jerusalem." The timing, I believe, was from the Lord. Now more than ever, the Church needs to be faithful to the Psalmist's command to "pray for the peace of Jerusalem" (Psalm 122:6) . Now more than ever, the Church needs to "seek peace and pursue it" (Psalm 34:14). Now more than ever, we need to be faithful ambassadors of God's love and compassion to both Jews and Arabs trapped in a cycle of seemingly never-ending tension -- and ambassadors of grace towards Christian brothers and sisters who have different (and deeply held) views of how best to achieve peace.
Here is the full statement the Alliance's executive leadership released today -- I hope you'll take a moment to read it in full, share your comments with me on my "Epicenter Facebook Page," and share this with your family and friends at this critical hour. God bless you.
Evangelicals Conflicted Over President Trump’s Decision on Jerusalem and How Best to Make Peace. New survey shows nuances in Evangelical thinking toward Israel; Leaders say praying for the peace of Jerusalem more urgent than ever. 
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7, 2017 – Even Evangelical Christians who love and support Israel have diverse views on how best to proceed with peace, including a range of reactions to President Donald Trump’s announcement recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and the relocation of the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv.
According to a new survey, “Evangelical Attitudes Toward Israel and the Peace Process,” the overwhelming majority of Evangelicals do support Israel. Eighty percent of evangelicals agree that God’s promise to Abraham and his descendants was for all time; 76 percent say Christians should support the Jewish people’s right to live in the sovereign state of Israel; and 69 percent say Israel has a historic right to the land. Additionally, 66 percent say Israel’s existence, security and prosperity are things they support.
Yet the data also show evangelicals are conflicted on the best way to move forward with establishing peace. Forty-one percent of survey respondents argue the Jewish people have a biblical right to the land but also have a responsibility to share, although another 31 percent are not sure. In regard to the one-state versus two-state solution, there is a high level of uncertainty, as 23 percent stated the Palestinians should be allowed to create their own sovereign state while 31 percent disagree and 46 percent of respondents are unsure. This level of uncertainty is even higher among the millennial generation, of which 4 in 10 (41 percent) have no strong views about Israel.
The LifeWay Research study, released this week, is co-sponsored by Chosen People Ministries and New York Times bestselling author Joel C. Rosenberg.
“While the survey didn’t ask questions specifically related to the capital or embassy location, the responses clearly show that while there may be support, there are also many questions about the details of how and when this could or should work,” said Dr. Darrell Bock, New Testament professor at Dallas Theological Seminary.
In response to changing views of Israel among younger Evangelicals, a group of faith leaders, scholars, authors and pastors formed the Alliance for the Peace of Jerusalem, an organization dedicated to better public understanding of the complexities of the Middle East including its historical and biblical roots as well as calling Christians to pray for the peace of Jerusalem.
“The president’s decision and the domestic and international controversy it has aroused underscores the importance of calling the church to pray faithfully and consistently for the peace of Jerusalem—now more than ever,” said Rosenberg, a dual U.S.-Israeli citizen. “It is clear from the survey that Evangelicals want peace. The question of how to get there has confounded presidents, kings and prime ministers, so it’s not surprising that the church isn’t clear how best to apply biblical principles concerning Jerusalem to a conflict that’s thousands of years old. There are very different views in the Christian world on how best to make peace, which is why we must show grace to one another in these very important and timely discussions. This is exactly why the Alliance exists.”
The Alliance will strive to educate the church about Israel’s role in the biblical narrative—past, present and future—while also affirming God’s concern for Palestinians and all peoples of the Middle East.
“I applaud the support of the Evangelical community for Israel, and we are ready to make the case to the next generation of Evangelicals about God’s continued purposes for the nation of Israel—which includes Jerusalem,” said Dr. Mitch Glaser, president of Chosen People Ministries. “Yet, the survey also indicates that Christians, especially the younger generation, deeply care about the Palestinians and how they will achieve freedom and opportunity. Our Alliance will encourage everyone -- Evangelicals especially, to fervently pray for God’s peace to rest upon all people in the region.”
The “Evangelical Attitudes Toward Israel and the Peace Process” study was conducted Sept. 20-28, 2017. The survey asked 2,002 Americans with evangelical beliefs about a wide range of issues involving Israel and the Palestinians. Results were unveiled Dec. 4 during a press conference at the National Press Club in Washington.

Tuesday, December 5, 2017

As Sources Predicted, Trump Will Declare Jerusalem the Capital of Israel—Pray for the City's Peace - STEVE STRANG CHARISMA NEWS

President Trump says the U.S. will officially recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital on Wednesday. (Wikimedia Commons )

As Sources Predicted, Trump Will Declare Jerusalem the Capital of Israel—Pray for the City's Peace

As Christians, we know we are to "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem: May they prosper who love you!" (Ps. 122:6, MEV).
U.S. President Donald Trump will make a historic announcement in Jerusalem on Dec. 6, Mike Evans says. Evans, an evangelical Christian and founding member of the Trump Evangelical Initiative, says President Trump will recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.
Several news sources reported today that Trump told Israeli and Arab leaders he plans to do that on Wednesday. This is gigantic news and constitutes a major, fulfilled promise to both evangelical Christians and to the Jewish community.
Nearly an hour later, CBN News reported that President Trump has informed Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas that the U.S. will move its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. CBN's report said that several news sources quoted an Abbas spokesman, saying Trump made the announcement in a phone call Tuesday. That news has been confirmed by a tweet from the Palestinian Liberation Organization.
Some say declaring Jerusalem the capital of Israel is actually more important than moving the embassy, but it certainly must be a precursor to it. We must help our evangelical friends understand this, especially those who are only focused on the embassy and not thinking about the significance of Jerusalem.
So that you are better informed, take the time to watch Jared Kushner talk about the peace process during his interview at the Saban Forum this past weekend. Paula White-Cain, who prayed at the president's inauguration, sent me this link and asked me to encourage my readers to watch it because Kushner speaks of the progress being made to bring peace to that part of the world.
Johnnie Moore of the Kairos Group told one reporter this morning who speculated about the announcement that many evangelicals believe "Moving the embassy is of political importance, but naming Jerusalem the capital is even more than that; it is of theological importance to our community." will report what happens Wednesday as well as when a formal decision to the move the embassy is made. For now, it's important believers are praying "for the peace of Jerusalem" as these decisions are announced and instituted.
Today, I received an email from Evangelist Alveda King also asking for prayer for this decision. She added: "President Trump is on a record promise-keeping roll. His support for Israel, undergirded by our 'prayers for the peace of Jerusalem' are encouraging evidence that God is blessing us." 
Share this and encourage others as we band together to pray for this important announcement Wednesday. 
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Thursday, October 5, 2017

Run, Connect, Pray ✡ "A Binyaminite Ran From The Battlefield And Reached Shilo The Same Day" - Israel365

A Binyaminite ran from the battlefield and reached Shiloh the same day; his clothes were rent and there was earth on his head.

וַיָּרָץ אִישׁ־בִּנְיָמִן מֵהַמַּעֲרָכָה וַיָּבֹא שִׁלֹה בַּיּוֹם הַהוּא וּמַדָּיו קְרֻעִים וַאֲדָמָה עַל־רֹאשׁוֹ

שמואל א ד:יב
va-yRATZ EESH been-ya-MEEN me-ha-ma'a-ra-KHA va-ya-VO shee-LO ba-YOM ha-HOO u-MA-dav K'-RU-eem ve-a-da-MAH al RO-sho

Today's Israel Inspiration

The Book of Samuel records that shortly after the Jews entered the Land of Israel, they fought a battle against the Philistines. The narrative continues with a young man from the tribe of Benjamin running from the scene of the battle to Shiloh where the High Priest Eli was awaiting a report. Tradition holds that the runner was a young King Saul who ran 42 kilometers from Eben Ezer to Shiloh. That same 26.2 miles is the official length of an Olympic marathon. As such, this run recorded in the Book of Samuel was the first marathon in history! Today, runners from around the world participate in the Bible Marathon, running in the footsteps of King Saul through the scenic Biblical Heartland of Israel and connecting with their history and faith.

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Ruins of an ancient synagogue in Shiloh, Israel. Photo by Shutterstock.
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