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Financial Provision by Following the Voice of God

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Jan Henderson has recently begun the Hearing God's Voice Training Module through CLU School of the Spirit. Jan Henderson shares this story of God's leading for her son. I have a son in prison that has been going through a really rough time. He has had a long history of drug abuse and depression and prison. He has gone back numerous times because he doesn’t stay clean and sober. I know that God has his hand upon him and the devil is taking his licks.

The Big Question: What About Worshiping Angels?

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Mark Virkler continues his in-depth interview with his daughter Charity Kayembe on the topic of her new book, Everyday Angels. Question: Let’s start with an email from a reader. I received the following response to our latest article stating, “I do wonder about the practices mentioned in Colossians 2 and the worship of angels...” This is a good point! What about those Scriptures? What is it that Paul is trying to tell us?

What 365 Biblical References to Angels Reveal

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Mark Virkler interviews his daughter Charity Virkler Kayembe on the topic of her new book, Everyday Angels. Question: An entire book on angels? Wow! So how often are angels mentioned in the Bible? Is this a big or small topic? Answer: It's huge! The words “angel”, “cherubim” and “seraphim” are mentioned 365 times in the Bible, but that is not the whole story.

Angelic Unemployment Line

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A joint article by Mark Virkler and Charity Virkler Kayembe Are you looking for a way to get through to your unsaved friend or child or parent, but there seems to be a spiritual block as they just don’t see, hear or respond? Well, there probably is a spiritual wall there, and you can impact it through binding and loosing, partnering with the company of heaven. “Binding” is tying up demonic forces and “loosing” is commissioning angelic forces and releasing the Holy Spirit to convict one’s heart. God always leads us in this process.

Inner Healing Prayer Heals The Painful Scenes In Your Heart and Mind

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Inner healing is one of the most powerful prayer approaches we use. It is inviting Jesus into the scene of a painful memory, looking and then seeing Him appear on the screen inside our mind. We invite Him to move freely, tune to flow and watch the flowing pictures (vision) and receive flowing thoughts (His voice).

Can I Receive Revelation Concerning How to Pray by Experiencing Someone's Pain in My Body?

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You are ministering to a person and you sense a pain in your shoulder and you therefore conclude the person you are praying for has a pain in their shoulder and needs prayer for it. What is this? Is this biblical? Is this compatible with Scripture? If this is a gift of the Spirit, can I become more skilled in utilizing this gift? What do you think?

Strengthening Myself in the Lord Through the Power of Memory - By Jeff Duncan

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There are so many powerful ways to pray and receive grace from the Lord. Jeff Duncan unfolds for us what the Bible teaches about the power of remembering God's feats of the past in our lives, as a wonderful way to become strengthened for the moment we are living in.

God Removes the Pain of Mama's Death - by Donna Trent

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The cell phone is set to “do not disturb” as I lay down for a nap. When I awake, I spend the afternoon in the garden. I think of phoning Mother several times, but since tomorrow is Mother’s Day, I will wait until then. I plan to end Saturday night watching an episode of Lt. Columbo. During a commercial, I hear the phone vibrating. There are six calls and four messages, all from my brother, over a two-hour time period. Something is terribly wrong. I suspect it is news about my Dad’s failing health and brace myself.

CLU's "Five-Fold Leadership" Course - Revised, Upgraded & 50% Off

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If you have ever heard me teach, you know that I am passionate about having spiritual advisors in my life to help me make wise decisions. We are part of a body and none of us are designed to walk this path alone. We each have strengths and weaknesses, and we need each other to help us be all that the Lord has called us to be and do all He wants us to do. God has placed in the body of Christ apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers to work together to achieve His purposes. Each has its own unique place on the leadership team and if any one is missing, the Church suffers and fails to reach its highest potential.

Nothing Has Worked on My Personal Intimacy with Christ Like My CLU Courses

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I have been a Christian for 26 years and served in various ministry leadership opportunities for nearly the same period of time. Although I went through good discipleship training programs as a young man, and even though I have studied the Bible for all those years, nothing has intentionally worked on my personal intimacy with Christ in such guided, diligent and detailed fashion as my courses with CLU.

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