Sunday April 5th, we will gather LIVE online at 10:00 am. With technology enabling a regathering of the body of Christ, and causing every member to come alive in Christ, it behooves us to gather as one. Service will be live at 10:00 am, followed by Prayer for the Nations at 11:30 am. We will also post the Sunday Service by Sunday at 4:00 pm for anyone who is unable to be with us LIVE.


This afternoon, Cammy and I will be posting a short video about applying the blood of Christ to our homes through communion, anointing the doors of our homes, and the release of blessing throughout living spaces. Our three-minute video will be available on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook; and, with Passover begining next Wednesday April 8th at sundown, now is the perfect time.

Ezekiel 45:18-25 gives instructions for cleansing the sanctuary, as well as making atonement for anyone who has sinned unintentionally or in ignorance. This is comforting to me. Sin is missing the mark; it is falling short of the glory of God; and it is rarely what I set out to do. Sometimes I miss the mark unintentionally (didn’t mean too), and sometimes I miss the mark due to ignorance (I didn’t even know I did it).  Regardless, Jesus’ blood atones for everything.

1 John 1:7-10 is our New Testament example of our lives in Christ, walking in the light, having fellowship with one another, and of how His blood cleanses us from all sin. The Ezekiel Temple in Ezekiel 45 has not yet been built (it may be the Millennial Temple, or it may be where the antichrist briefly sits prior to the Millenial Temple). In either case, we know Jesus’ blood is essential to walking with a conscience void of offense. Since we are all currently housebound, this is a perfect time to sanctify our homes together.


Prayers are abounding, and hope is rising. You are in our hearts, and we are praying for you daily. Jesus Christ is training each of us for reigning. He has said that we are going to the “other side,” and the storms of life cannot stop His word from being fulfilled (Mark 4:35-41). But first, we must learn His peace in the midst of the storm. Only then, in His peace, we will be able to hush the storm (Romans 16:20).

 Forward to Sunday,

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