It’s official! We are now homeless and at our own choosing. We have literally slaughtered the ox and burned the plow! There is no going back now. The road ahead is set and we are ready to blaze our own trail of fire.
America is in serious distress. We are a broken people. We are a divided nation. But we are not beyond the Grace of God. If only we will turn back to Him.
This revival that took place two-hundred fifteen years ago offers us great hope today. Look back at what God did and let it bring you to the revelation that He can and will do it again!
Everything changes when viewed through the lens of eternity.
America is a land that has seen many great moves of God in her short two-hundred and forty year history. I write about a few of these, along with others from around the world in my latest book, Trail of Fire.
I met Aaron and Rose Timberlake, the pastors of Destination Church for the first time in the spring of 2015. They had just taken on a church that was on the verge of permanently closing its doors. They did so knowing it would be a challenge, yet certain God was directing their steps. From the[…]
Ahead of them was a sea that was impossible to cross. Behind them the road was blocked by their enemy. No way forward and no way back. The situation couldn’t have been more ominous. It seemed this was the end. “Why did you bring us out here to die?” (Ex 14:11) the Israelites complained and[…]
January 7, 2000 Silver Moreno accepted the invitation of his spirit-filled mother to attend a service at Brownsville Assembly of God where revival was well into its fifth year. It was a long trip from Dallas to Pensacola, but Silver was desperate. A lifestyle of partying, drugs and alcohol had taken its toll. His first marriage was over and he was estranged from his young son and daughter. Silver needed a turn around.
“When did you stop reaching for things that are out of reach?” That’s exactly what I heard the spirit of the Lord ask me one afternoon as I was watching my child. She was always up on her tip toes, always walking around with her arms outstretched. Always reaching for things that were slightly out of[…]