2021 has started and quite honestly, as I sat with the LORD, I contemplated what the year would look like and I was rather overwhelmed as to what I should share. I couldn’t say I heard: “Thus sayeth the Lord” but rather I had a whole lot of thoughts that […]
Tag: prophetic perspective
As a well-travelled person, I am fascinated by how society gathers together after devastations such as floods, wars, tsunamis, earthquakes, and the like to refine their identity, purpose and safety again. “Those that sow in tears will reap in joy” — Psalm 126:5 Change is a universal experience. In South […]
“You’re familiar with the commandment that the older generation was taught, ‘Do not murder or you will be judged. But I’m telling you. If you hold anger in your heart toward a fellow believer, you are subject to judgment. And whoever demeans and insults a fellow believer is answerable to […]
This month Marian Fitz-Gibbon reflects on video, on what some prophetic voices have to say about the year ahead — and on how to enter open doors.
As we draw to the end of this year 2016 but more importantly as we have already entered into the Hebrew year 5777 we must be cognisant of what lies ahead in the Spirit. Paul writes and encourages us to be wise and prepared for that we may face. Jesus’s […]
I’ve often wondered what it would be like to be overwhelmed by the presence of the Lord whilst at work, so much so that you forget how and why you came to be where you are. I’ve been slain in the Spirit countless times over the years in church meetings […]
[notice]Two notable prayer gatherings took place in the United States on Saturday — The United Cry in Washington DC and Azusa Now, in Los Angeles. This opinion piece by Cornelius Quek, founding director of The 7K, focuses on the LA event. For more on the DC event, read here.[/notice] Originally […]