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Rabbi Shaul made references to the "gospel he preached". Can anyone tell me which book he wrote that has the content of that gospel Rabbi Shaul (Paul) preached?

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Revelation 13 is the topic.
Here the unholy and vile trinity is revealed to us.
Only now is scripture beginning to be revealed that was sealed.
For instance, many sources can now identify Recep Tayyip Erdoğan as the soon to be "anti-Christ." Most seem to think the leading candidate for False Prophet is Pope Francis. My chosen entity for the Image of the beast will be a cyborg made in the image of Erdogan having the spirit of Satan entered into the human part of the cyborg and attached in some manner to a computer capable of connecting to a mainframe, or even a collection of mainframe computers. Erdogan will only have a 42-month reign. The image of the beast will take over at 1290 days. This beast image is the abomination that makes desolate. I will be releasing a Chart of Daniels' 70th week soon containing preliminary scripture and the exact timeline. I have the events already on the 70th-week timeline as given me by Yeshua. Yeshua also in a dream identified to me Erdogan as the soon to be caliphate leader and I do jump to the conclusion, in that, He will become the anti-Christ.


MATTHEW 7:13 & 14 - 13“Enter in through the narrow gate! Because the gate is wide – and the way is broad – that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter in through it.

14“Because the gate is narrow and the way is hard pressed which leads to life, and there are few who find it.


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This is an open invitation to come home to your Messiah, Yeshua. He Loves You. You are the apple of His Eye. You always have been.

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Discipline will take you past your comfort zone!!!

2 Timothy 1:7 For the Spirit of God does not give us a spirit of fear, but gives us power, love, and self-discipline (or other translations a sound mind).

Because of Timothy's natural inclination to fear, Paul was prompted to encourage his fellow worker to maintain a holy boldness and assurance in his position of spiritual leadership. Paul had commissioned Timothy to oversee many of the churches in the Roman province of Asia, and this task required "power, love, and self-discipline." Self-discipline is needed to stretch us beyond our comfort zones and areas of personal inertia. For some, the needed discipline will be more in the realm of the emotions; for others the focus of self-control will be in the the realm of the mind or of the will.
Writing to the Galatians, Paul said that "the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control"(Galatians 5:22-23). While people without Christ can exercise self-control, this quality in its fullest expression of character transformation is a part of the spiritual fruit that only the Holy Spirit can produce.
Self-discipline is seldom easy. Paul's words to Timothy reveal that this young man probably struggled with it in his ministry. And most leaders if they are being real and honest struggle with it in their ministries also. But read Paul's insteuctions to Timothy again in this passage, and let it sink in ans empower you in the areas in which you most need help. God's Spirit is the power source behind self discipline. Timothy evidently found that out and so can you!!

Today God gave me this message for someone who God has called to do great things but is just as timid as Timothy was and is letting fear over take the power that God has placed within you!! Yes doing things out of our comfort zones is a stretch and at times hard, even sometimes a struggle and ugly bit God is with us, He will never leave us, nor forsake us (Deuteronomy 31:8)!!! Hear my encouragement and dare to something great for God, because nothing great ever happens if we just sit there, put feet to your faith!!! Step out of your comfort zone and speak to those people who disagree with your faith, who insult you, who mock every aspect of who you are!! Get to know them and you will find out they hurt just like you do, They struggle just like we do, they have the same hang ups we do!! You see for far to long we have let little arguments divide us from knowing one another and Jesus came to show us the real way to love each other not make people feel less than, or degrade them, or preach fire down their throats when they dont even know who God is!! The bible preaches to the church and how the church is to live!! Its preaching to us to go out and love those who don't know him, not tell them everything we think we know, Let us be the church that loves even when they don't agree, let is love when they insult, or mock, Let us show them the Jesus that the lost flocked too!!!

God bless you all today, Your brother I'm Christ Jesus, Evangelist John Caleb

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Facing conflicts!!!
Matthew 5:23-24 Therefore, if you are offering your gift atbtge altar and there remember that your brother or sister has something against you, leave your gift there in front of the altar. First go and be reconciled to them; then come and offer your gift!!

Matthew 18:15:17 If your brother or sister sins, go and point out their fault, just between the two of you. If they listen to you, you have won them over. But if they will not listen, take one or two others along, so that every matter may be established by the testimony of two or three witnesses. If they still refuse to listen, tell it to the church, treat them as you would a pagan or a tax collector!!!

One thing is certain: as a leader, you'll face relational conflicts. No leadership model exists that will allow you to avoid them. The question isn't will I face conflicts?, but How can I best manage conflicts when they arise?
When Jesus addressed problems, he tackled them head-on. While delivering the Sermon on the Mount (and later in Matthew 18) he dealt with the issue of conflicts brought about either by others offending us or by our offending them. While the Lord was addressing the problem of sin, there are broader principles at work in His teaching. And no matter which side has caused the problem, the solution is the same, First, go to the person with whom you are experiencing a conflict and address the issue face to face. Avoid involving a third or fourth person, especially if their knowledge of the situation will worsen the problem for the offending individual. Such discussions tend to intensify the conflict and further undermine the relationship.
Second, go to the person quickly. Jesus counseled that if someone is worshipping God and remembers that they offended a friend, it is appropriate to stop right there and go immediately to the offended individual. With those words Jesus made it clear that relational harmony is so important that it must be achieved before effective worship can take place. After all how can a man or woman connect with God when they have unresolved relational issues with a brother or sister?
Effective leaders don't ignore conflict. They manage it by creating an environment in which people are enabled to work through relational friction on a one on one basis. Only after such efforts have failed are others allowed to enter the conflict, and then only for the purpose of bringing about reconciliation. Conflicts can't ve avoided. But they can be managed. And a wise leader will be devoted to learning how to do that!!

Today the Lord truly pressed this issue on my heart when a dear friend and brother in the Lord who is a pastor called me for prayer over conflict I come to you with joy tonight because this friend glows with humility and grace as he shepherds his flock with pure leadership!! If you have found yourself in conflicts with others go to them in a humble way knowing that one view isn't always the view that is seen and all things can ve worked out but will take effort from us and laying aside pride of who is right and who is wrong to just showing love and truth in both views to complete reconciliation!!!

God bless you all tonight, your brother in Christ Jesus, Evangelist John Caleb


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The little angel joined high school today. What a miracle. We thank God for his favour and remembering the children of single mom's and the widows. Thank you Lord Jesus
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Hi friends, praise the Lord Jesus. It's another blessed year that the Lord has given us. Meet waruguru, our 2018 angel who want to join high school, but her mum and siblings have no help. If we join hands together, we can help this little angel today to join others In class. Though late but not too late. Remember we did this in 2016 and we were able to give text and exercise books, school bags and shoe's to the children of single mom's who are unable to reach the goals . Inbox me for further details. God bless you as you partake in the blessings.
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Plugging into the Power Source!!!

One source of power is the Holy Spirit and the Word of God. We build ourselves up in faith when we confess the Word of God. We experience greater confidence when we understand the Word and walk in Revelation. Prayer plugs us into the power source. Prayer connects us to God and allows His power to flow to us in any situation. Salvation is the basis for warfare. The new birth is a necessity. A believer also needs the infilling of the Holy Spirit. Are you born again? Do you know beyond a doubt that you are saved?
Believers must live Holy lives that are submitted to the Holy Spirit. We are commanded to walk in the Spirit. This will assure is of continual victory ans breakthroughs For Others. We can avenge disobedience when our obedience is fulfilled. Jesus cast out devil's through the power of the Holy Spirit (Matthew 12:28). The Holy Spirit was the source of power and wisdom.
We are told to be strong in the Lord and in the power of His might (Eph. 6:10). We walk and war in His strength. This requires humility and total dependence upon God. We are not confident in our own Strength. We cannot allow pride to open the door for destruction.
The Lord is a man of war (Ex. 15:3). He will fight our battles. We depend on His power and dieection. We depend upon His Word and Spirit. I cannot overemphasize the need for Humility. God gives grace to the humble. The Lord is the strength of my life. This gives me the ability to overcome all fear. I will put my trust in Him. This was the key to David's victories. David was a king who knew how to depend upon the Lord. David won many battles and overcame all of his enemies.
The Lord taught David how to war (Ps. 144:1). He will also teach you how to war. You must depend on Him. Prayers and strategies are learned from years of warring and trusting God. God taught us how to war using His Word. The Holy Spirit opened our eyes to great truths, and we are still learning.
God was David's power source. He confessed that the Lord was his strength. David was a man of prayer and worship. He enjoyed the Lord's presence. The Lord's presence was David's source of joy and strength. His songs were powerful prophetic weapons against the enemy. There is no substitute for a life of praise and worship. Every believer needs to belong to a church that is strong in praise and worship.
There are many great warriors being trained by the Holy Spirit and this may shock you they may not look like your normal church attendance right now but are humble before the Lord and in awe of His presence with ears to hear Him and not influenced by men!!!
Today its time to pick up the Word our sword of the Spirit and learn how to use it correctly in a world that is covered in gross darkness and show the World the light that casts out all darkness the light of truth that was given to us in all authority and power by Jesus Christ!!!

Today someone needs this message who is facing a wall of battles and the enemy is breaking the New Year in extremely hard for them but God wanted to use a stranger to tell you God is tge same today, yesterday, and forever and said He would war for you, who said He will turn every mountain into a plain for you to walk through, who said I will go before you, I am with you, and I will never forsake you!! He is the Great I Am!! And He fights our battles we just have to trust and obey and keep our joy in knowing He has us with His righteous right Hand!!!

God bless you all today, your brother in Christ Jesus, Evangelist John Caleb

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