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- Movie Review: Son of God (2014)
- Delivering Rebekah Part III
- Shutting Down the Victim Mentality
- Understanding Generational Differences in Scribal Ministry
- The Spirit of Rebekah: Master Manipulator (Part I)
- The Spirit of Rebekah: Master Manipulator (Part II)
- Why am I still going through this storm?
- Dreams Master's College: Jan. 25
- The Atlanta Encounter
- Why do Christians chase prophecies?
Movie Review: Son of God (2014)
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Copyright 2014 Theresa Harvard Johnson
(This movie review is directed toward the congregation of the Lord.)
John 21:15 NKJV, “So when they had eaten breakfast, Jesus said to Simon Peter, “Simon, son of Jonah, do you love Me more than these?”
If you are a believer in Christ, Yeshua the Messiah, then one thing is sure: “Your priority is God.” Priority. Priority. Priority. It is from this place of “priority” that we learn to see the world through His eyes, meaning God’s place of understanding instead of our own. It is a place in which the totality of His vision can be summed up in the deepest of heart cries:
- His love rages for our repentance (2 Peter 3:9);
- His love rages for souls to receive His gift of salvation through the forgiveness of the shed blood of Christ (John 3:16); and
- His love rages for obedience that leads to total reconciliation (2 Corinthians 5).
The totality of His vision is the fullness of restoration his way, not by way of men. These three elements are at the very heartbeat of God’s ONLY plan to bring men into the unity of faith. True believers are immersed believers.
Atlanta Live! TV57
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The Atlanta Encounter
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BOOK REVIEW: 50 Truths Concerning The Apostolic Ministry
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Book Review Written by Theresa Harvard Johnson
Book Author, John Eckhardt
When God called me into the apostolic office, I stood alone. For three to four years, I hung loosely to this call upon my life and endured storms of doubt, ridicule, rejection, and even opposition within my own ministry and with those whom I believed should have known me best by the Spirit. I later learned that this type of rejection was a common response to elevation, and is to be expected. Truly, when we grow not every one can go or even grow with us. This also represented a time in which I fully walked into understanding what it means to fully and completely rely on God.
In this season, the Lord began leading me to read books on the apostolic. One of the first books I encountered was 50 Truths Concerning Apostolic Ministry by Apostle John Eckhardt. This pocket sized, 57 page book left me in tears and overwhelmingly encouraged as I “found myself” between those few short pages.
BOOK REVIEW: The Making
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Book Review Written By Theresa Harvard Johnson
Book Author, Karen M. Pina
“Adversity is not simply a tool. It is God's most effective tool for the advancement of our spiritual lives. The circumstances and events that we see as setbacks are oftentimes the very things that launch us into periods of intense spiritual growth. Once we begin to understand this, and accept it as a spiritual fact of life, adversity becomes easier to bear.” – Charles Stanley, In Touch Ministries
This quote by world renowned pastor Charles Stanley is a perfect lead-in to my review of the leadership guide, The Making by Karen M. Pina. While there are thousands upon thousands of books, workbooks and guides on leadership among the people of God today, there are very few that address leadership and the making of leader in great detail and solely from a heavenly perspective.
In an article written by Steve Logan, a columnist for CBS MoneyWatch, leadership book publishing is big business. The trouble is, he states, that leadership has developed what he coined “Leadership Tourette’s Syndrome” full of self-help, religiosity and management techniques. I must say that I agree with him, especially after reading books by widely popular Christian leadership coaches and advisers who teach corporate America instead of Kingdom.
BOOK REVIEW - Prayer: The Timeless Secret of High-Impact Leaders
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Book Reviewed by Theresa Harvard Johnson
Book Written by Dave Earley
Never has a book impacted my life the way PRAYER: The Timeless Secret of High-Impact Leaders by Dave Earley has in the area of prayer. I’ve read many books on this subject over the years that were all filled with biblical truths and powerful revelation, but this one was strikingly different. As I journeyed through the pages, I felt as if I was sitting at the feet of a spiritual mentor who walks in a similar wisdom of the high-impact leaders whom he highlights – all giants in my estimation for their uncompromising and passionate stand concerning those things that are on the very heart of God. I actually thought to myself: Simplistic, Holy Spirit led teaching does get better than this.
What’s even more amazing to me as I type this is that Earley is presently one of my graduate school seminary professors. The classroom instruction and interactions have been as powerful as the book as the man who speaks between the pages is a godly reflection of the man conducting the spirit-filled course. Many of you know this isn’t always the case.
Shutting Down the Victim Mentality
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Copyright 2014 Theresa Harvard Johnson
Sometimes, it’s not always easy to identify when we are in a pit -- a deep, dark hole that is obstructing our perspective due to an unnamed, unconfronted or unidentified stronghold in our lives. But I tell you, a clear sign of being in a pit is living in self-denial - unable to see one's own condition, and spending an enormous amount of town living in the valleys of heaviness instead of PRACTICING self-motivation and self-propulsion in the Spirit. Daily we must remind ourselves that we are MORE SPIRIT than natural. We are created in the very image of God and therefore, we have the power to press upward and out of those dark places with the strength God provides.
People of God, either we believe he is an all powerful God or we believe that He isn't. This is the question that I place before you today as we identify "the victim mentality" that has taken hold of the hearts of God's people and "SHUT THIS STRONGHOLD DOWN." It is EVICTION TIME! YES. It can be shut down. David gave us a valuable example how it can be done.
1 Samuel 30:6 CJB says, “David was in serious trouble: the people were talking about stoning him to death, because all the people were in such deep grief, each man over his sons and daughters. But David strengthened himself in Adonai his God.”