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WHAT TO THINK of TRUMP??

An American Christian sent the following email to me yesterday:

WHAT TO THINK of TRUMP??
by ‘Troubled’

I woke up recently to see Trump has won. Some/many Christians are happy and think he will be used as a Cyrus and that God will do good things through Trump. Personally, I feel like they are
deceived and misplacing their hopes on him. Yes, he may be able to get better Supreme court justices and other things, but overall, I am troubled by his fruit. Can you tell me what you are feeling in your spirit regarding Trump and what we can expect during his term? Continue Reading…

Posted November 10th, 2016.

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AMERICA AFTER OBAMA – a Prophecy – COMMENTS?

NOTE: A very interesting prophecy was released this past week by two old friends of mine – Robert Holmes and Mario Liu. I would be very interested in your comments, my friends- Continue Reading…

Posted March 4th, 2015.

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OUR DAUGHTER JASMINE is MARRIED!! – Andrew Strom

SPECIAL GREETINGS FROM OUR FAMILY TO YOURS, MY FRIENDS.
Below are some photos from the wedding of our eldest daughter Jasmine to an excellent Christian man named Gene Brett several weeks ago. It was a truly beautiful and blessed ceremony-


Gene and Jasmine Brett. (Photo credit – Amalia Osborne Photography)


Our four girls – from left to right – Kirsten, Jasmine, Hope and Holly. (Photo credit – Amalia Osborne Photography)


The beaming father and the bride. (Photo credit – Jasher Simmons)

Posted December 24th, 2014.

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PASTORING – MOST STRESSFUL JOB?? – The Statistics

ANDREW’s NOTE: If you talk to most pastors, you will find that they went into ministry with good motives – not merely for money or a “career”, but because of a heartfelt desire to serve the Lord. Why then has it become one of the most stressful tasks on the planet for so many? Your comments would be appreciated, my friends. Below are the sad facts- Continue Reading…

Posted October 9th, 2014.

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THE NEW “EVANGELISM” – by A.W. Tozer

The new cross encourages a new and entirely different evangelistic approach. The evangelist does not demand abnegation of the old life before a new life can be received. He preaches not contrasts but similarities. He seeks to key into public interest by showing that Christianity makes no unpleasant demands; rather, it offers the same thing the world does, only on a higher level. Whatever the sin-mad world happens to be clamoring after at the moment is cleverly shown to be the very thing the gospel offers, only the religious product is better… Continue Reading…

Posted August 13th, 2014.

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“WOE TO THOSE WHO CALL EVIL GOOD” – Comments?

NOTE: Sadly, I believe the below word applies to the entire western world – not just America… – Andrew.


“WOE to THOSE WHO CALL EVIL GOOD”
by Darren Smith

I am sickened at the state of this country and truly sad that it’s at a point of no return… Continue Reading…

Posted July 23rd, 2014.

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SHOULD WE USE the MEDIA??

by Marilena Fackerell

Our God is a God who says that in the last days we need to go to the highways and byways and compel them all to come in. What a better way to do it but through media. You see, we did not believe that TV and media can be effective either. Till God spoke to us and revolutionized our lives… Continue Reading…

Posted July 9th, 2014.

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7 CHARISMATIC “CHARACTERS”…

“7 CHARISMATIC CHARACTERS Who SHOULDN’T BE on YOUR MINISTRY TEAM”
-by J. Lee Grady

Have you encountered any spiritual flakes in your church? Continue Reading…

Posted June 25th, 2014.

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2003 IRAQ PROPHECY – Bryan Hupperts – COMMENTS?

A month before the US invasion of Iraq, Bryan Hupperts from the USA released the following prophetic word, for which he was mocked and heavily criticized – especially by Christians. We published it at that time under the following heading-

“COULD IRAQ BECOME a TRAP?”
Continue Reading…

Posted June 18th, 2014.

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THE COST OF SPARING THE GOOD THINGS

by Rodney W. Francis

In 1 Samuel 15 we have the revealing story of the cost of not fully obeying the voice of the Lord. The first king of Israel, Saul, was
instructed by God to “Go and attack Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and do not spare them” (v.3). Saul heard what God had spoken to him, yet we discover that he was only partially obedient to the command. As we read through the chapter we discover that Saul’s decision to “spare the good things” was to prove very costly for him and his people. Continue Reading…

Posted June 15th, 2014.

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