Father Ripperger – 2018/Fall

Videos

  1. Demonic Oppression ~ Fr Ripperger
    • Profile
      • Regarding demonic possession what is oppression? Father speaks on both of these types.
    •  Videos
      • Video #1
        Channel :- Sensus Fidelium
        Published On :- 2018-May-14th
        Link
  2. Fr. Chad Ripperger at St. Mary of Pine Bluff, WI speaks on the “Levels of Spiritual Warfare”
    • Videos
      • Video #1
        Channel :- St. Mary of Pine Bluff
        Published On :- 2018-Nov-5th
        Link

 

Lance Lambert of Blessed Memory

Videos

  1. The Cost of Intercession by Lance Lambert
    • Profile
      • Lance Lambert, of blessed memory, speaks at one of The Jerusalem Channel’s conferences on the cost of being an intercessor for Israel and the nations.
    • Videos

 

In-depth

The Cost of Intercession by Lance Lambert

  1. Intercessor
    • The word intercession has been greatly devalued
    • Many people come to me claiming that they are an intercessor
    • Many people are in prayer
  2. Real Intercessor
    • An intercessory is the deepest prayer
    • Journey to the throne of God
  3. World
    • This world is essentially a Spiritual World
    • You can not see Satan, but he exists
  4. Soul Versus Spiritual
    • It is not a spiritual thing
    • It is a soul thing
  5. Real Intercessory
    • Begins when God Reveals his mind
      • Abraham
        • I will destroy this nation, Sodom
      • Moses
        • I will destroy these people
  6. What is the mystery
    • Why
      • Why do we have to pray into it when God has said he will do it
      • We are a load of  Problems
      • Why do we have to be mindful
    • It is a good Question, and I
      • If you do not pray, I will not answer
      • If you do not intercede, I will not fulfill my purpose
    • Reasons
      • God seeks fellowship
      • Come into a place where we can read the mind of God
      • Educated and Trained for Eternal Purpose

Hearing Voices

Background

Again this is an area I will rather not cover, but may the Lord hide each of us.

Hearing Voices

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Bible Verses

  1. Peter
    • “Simon, Simon, Satan has asked to sift all of you as wheat.
      But I have prayed for you, Simon, that your faith may not fail. And when you have turned back, strengthen your brothers.” ( Luke 22:31-34 )
  2. A Song of Trust in God’s Provision
    • Go, my people, enter your rooms and shut your doors behind you. Hide yourselves a little while until the wrath has passed. ( Isaiah 26:20 )
    •  The earth will reveal her bloodshed and no longer conceal her slain.… ( Isaiah 26:20 )
  3. Job
    • If only You would hide me in Sheol and conceal me until Your anger passes. If only You would appoint a time for me and then remember me. ( Job 14:13 )
  4. Call to Repentance
    • Seek the LORD, all you humble of the earth, who carry out His justice. Seek righteousness; seek humility. Perhaps you will be sheltered on the Day of the LORD’s anger. ( Zephaniah 2:3 )
  5. Slumber & Sleep
    • Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither slumber nor sleep. ( Psalm 121:4 )
  6. One Spirit
    •  For we were all baptized by one Spirit so as to form one body—whether Jews or Gentiles, slave or free—and we were all given the one Spirit to drink.

 

Priestly Help

  1. The rest of the oil in his palm, the priest is to put on the head of the one to be cleansed, to make atonement for him before the LORD. ( Leviticus 14:18 )
  2. And the priest shall make atonement before the LORD on behalf of the person who erred by sinning unintentionally; and when atonement has been made for him, he will be forgiven. ( Numbers 15:28 )
  3. Because He Himself suffered when He was tempted, He is able to help those who are being tempted.… ( Hebrew 2:28 )

 

Justification

The Pharisee and Tax Collector

To some who trusted in their own righteousness and viewed others with contempt, He also told this parable: “Two men went up to the temple to pray. One was a Pharisee and the other a tax collector. The Pharisee stood by himself and prayed, ‘God, I thank You that I am not like the other men—swindlers, evildoers, adulterers—or even like this tax collector. I fast twice a week and pay tithes of all that I receive.’

But the tax collector stood at a distance, unwilling even to lift up his eyes to heaven. Instead, he beat his breast and said, ‘God, have mercy on me, a sinner!’ I tell you, this man, rather than the Pharisee, went home justified. For everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, but the one who humbles himself will be exalted.”

 

Dedicated

Dedicated to Dr. Teresa Conlon.

Upon watching some of her videos I heard the words paraphrased below:

May the Lord cover our heads in the day of battle. ( Psalm 140:7 )

 

Closing

Deep abiding prayers to those hearing voices.  Those out in the wilderness of life struggling to make sense.

It is inevitable that stumbling blocks will come, but woe to the one through whom they come! ( Luke 17:1 )

Pastor Tim Omotoso – Rape Trial

Studies

Wikipedia

Link

  1. Prevalence
    • According to the report by the United Nations Office on Crimes and Drugs for the period 1998–2000, South Africa was ranked first for rapes per capital
    • A survey from the comprehensive study “Rape in South Africa” from 2000 indicated that 2.1% of women aged 16 years or older across population groups reported that they had been sexually abused at least once between the beginning of 1993 and March 1998
    • Similarly, The South African demographic and health survey of 1998 gave results of rape prevalence at 4.0% of all women aged between 15 and 49 years in the sampled households (a survey also performed by the Medical Research Council and Department of Health).
  2. Violence Against Women
    • The South African government reports that one of these reasons is the culture of patriarchy in South Africa. Its report states that patriarchy is firmly rooted in Black culture and fighting it is seen as attempting to destroy South African tradition or South African ideals.
    •  The danger from rape and sexual assault is compounded because of the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in South African townships. A woman being raped over the age of 25 has a one in four chance that her attacker is HIV positive and more women than men are affected from HIV/AIDS.
    • The perpetrators of rape in South Africa tend to be men known to the victim. It is reported that a husband or boyfriend kills a woman every six hours in South Africa.
    • Many men and women say that rape cannot occur in relationships; however, one in four women reported having been abused by an intimate partner.
  3. Violence against infants
    • Virgin
      • A significant contributing factor for the escalation in child abuse is the widespread myth in HIV ravaged South Africa that having sex with a virgin will cure a man of AIDS.
      • This virgin cleansing myth exists in Zambia, Zimbabwe and Nigeria.The child abusers are often relatives of their victims and are at times their fathers or providers.
  4. Corrective Rape
    • Lesbians in certain parts of South Africa also face a dangerous environment. Raping lesbians (a practice referred to as corrective rape) is believed to convert them to heterosexuality.
    • One notable case of this was the gang-rape and murder of Eudy Simelane, a member of the South African football team and LGBT-rights activist.  Lesbians have died from these attacks in the last 10 years and more than 10 lesbians per week are raped or gang-raped in Cape Town alone.
  5. Report
    • It is estimated that over 40% of South African women will be raped in their lifetime and that only 1 in 4 rapes are reported

Videos

  1. Rape Trial
    • Videos
      • The judge had to jump in when the lawyer asked this… (Omotoso trial)
        Channel :- Rising On A Point Of Order
        Date Published :- 2018-Oct-19th
        Link
  2. Solomon Izang Ashoms
    • DISCUSSION: Omotoso case with Solomon Izang Ashoms
      • Profile
        • Lets take the discussion further now we are joined by someone who has been in the forefront of this case, the founder of Seven Days Of Hope, Solomon Izang Ashoms
      • Videos
        • DISCUSSION: Omotoso case with Solomon Izang Ashoms
          Channel :- SABC Digital News
          Published On :- 2018-Oct-22nd
          Link
    • Newsroom: Religion and Money
      • Profile
        • We are now joined by Solomon Izang Ashoms, Nigerian Journalist to discuss the relationship between charismatic churches and money
      • Videos
        • DISCUSSION: Newsroom: Religion and Money
          Channel :- SABC Digital News
          Published On :- 2015-July-14th
          Link
  3. SABC Digital News
    • Videos
      • Makhosini Nkosi
        • Makhosini Nkosi reflects on Cheryl’s testimony in the Omotoso trial
          • Profile
            • Judge presiding over the trial of Nigerian pastor, Timothy Omotoso yesterday barred graphic questions asked by defence advocate, Peter Daubermann to the witness Cheryl Zondi saying they are unfair to her. During cross-examination, Zondi told the court that she never resisted when Omotoso allegedly sexually assaulted her because he told her she would experience the wrath of God if she refused. Now to talk to us about rape survivors and the criminal justice system we are now joined in studio by Makhosini Nkosi, Communications Specialist, and former Scorpions spokesperson.
          • Videos
            • Video #1
              Channel :- SABC Digital News
              Published On :- 2018-Oct-16th
              Link
      • Ulrich Roux
        • Makaula dismisses Omotoso’s defence team application: Ulrich Roux
          • Videos
            • Video #1
              Channel :- SABC Digital News
              Published On :- 2018-Oct-22nd
              Link
      • Vinesh Naidu
        • Omotoso trail takes a different turn
          • Profile :- Proceedings of the Pastor Timothy Omotoso trial took a different turn yesterday. Presiding Judge Mandela Makaula dismissed an application by the defence team that he recuse himself from the case. Omotoso’s lawyer Advocate Peter Daubermann accused Makaula of being aligned with witness Cheryl Zondi. To discuss this further, from our Port Elizabeth studios we’re joined by Vinesh Naidu, High Court Legal Practitioner at Legal Aid South Africa.
        • Videos
      • Nigerian Community
        • Nigerian community react to Omotoso trial
          • Profile
            • The Nigerian community in Nelson Mandela Bay have spoken out and voiced their views, about televangelist Nigerian Pastor Timothy Omotoso’s trial, that is currently ongoing in the Port Elizabeth High Court. The foreign nationals living in the friendly city, have condemned Omotoso’s alleged offenses. But, they have called on the South African Judiciary to conduct a fair and unbiased trial. Foreigners have also urged South Africans, not to generalise that all Nigerians as criminals. Our reporter Jayed-Leigh Paulse has more.
          • Videos
      • Nigerian Pastors
        • Newsroom: Nigerian Pastors Association in SA speak out
          • Profile
            • The Commission for the Promotion and Protection of the Rights of Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Rights of Communities is soon set to create a regulatory organisation for churches not belonging to any current regulatory body. This is light of several cases of charismatic pastors using controversial teaching methods. In the latest case, Nigerian pastor Tim Omotoso is accused of sexual assault. However, Nigerian pastors in South Africa are being monitored, and to talk to us more about this, we were joined in studio by the Vice President of the Nigerian Pastors Association in South Africa, Pastor O.C Festus, as well as the National President, Bishop Ranti Famodun
          • Videos
  4. eNCA
    • More witnesses come forward #Omotosoatrial
      • Profile
        • As the trial of rape-accused pastor Timothy Omotoso unfolds, others are coming forward with disturbing claims relating to the self-proclaimed “man of God.” Omotoso’s Jesus Dominion International church is still operating in Durban, where young girls were allegedly kept in upmarket houses against their will. eNCA’s Dasen Thathiah spoke to one of the church’s former members who says she rejected the pastor’s advances.
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          Channel :- eNCA
          Published On :- 2018-Oct-18th
          Link

In-depth

Solomon Izang Ashoms

DISCUSSION: Omotoso case with Solomon Izang Ashoms

  1. How is it possible for a Priest to convince someone that what he is doing is OK
  2. Girls went there by themselves
      • Hypnosis
        • Witch Doctor
        • Sleep Women

     

    • Human Wisdom
      • Brainwash
        • Get scripture to brainwash you
    • Supernatural Power
      • Devil gives them the spiritual power
      • Touch people and they fall
      • Control
      • A lot of spiritual implications to it
    • Motivation
      • Grow the Church
        • Get more power
        • Get more money
    • Enablers
      • Are they working under the Spell
      • Coming from poverty
        • Nice Clothes
      • Musically Inclined

Jesus – “Consider carefully how you listen”

Background

The Jesus we meet in the bible is a man who admonishes us to listen carefully.

Listen Carefully

  1. The Lesson of the Lamp
    …For there is nothing hidden that will not be revealed, and nothing concealed that will not be known and illuminated.  Pay attention, therefore, to how you listen. Whoever has will be given more, but whoever does not have, even what he thinks he has will be taken away from him.” ( Luke 8:17-18 )
  2. The Lesson of the Lamp
    …He went on to say, “Pay attention to what you hear. With the measure you use, it will be measured to you, and even more will be added to you. For whoever has will be given more, but whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken away from him.” Jesus also said, “The kingdom of God is like a man who scatters seed on the ground.… ( Mark 4:24-26 )
  3. The Purpose of Jesus’ Parables
    …He replied, “The knowledge of the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven has been given to you, but not to them. Whoever has will be given more, and he will have an abundance. Whoever does not have, even what he has will be taken away from him. This is why I speak to them in parables: ‘Though seeing, they do not see; though hearing, they do not hear or understand.’…
    ( Matthew 13:11-13 )
  4. John  12
    • Then Jesus said unto them, Yet a little while is the light with you. Walk while ye have the light, lest darkness come upon you: for he that walketh in darkness knoweth not whither he goeth.  ( John 12:35 )
    • While ye have light, believe in the light, that ye may be the children of light. These things spake Jesus, and departed, and did hide himself from them.  ( John 12:36 )
    • That the saying of Esaias the prophet might be fulfilled, which he spake, Lord, who hath believed our report? and to whom hath the arm of the Lord been revealed?  ( John 12:38 )
    • Therefore they could not believe, because that Esaias said again,  ( John 12:39 )
    • He hath blinded their eyes, and hardened their heart; that they should not see with their eyes, nor understand with their heart, and be converted, and I should heal them.  ( John 12:40 )
  5. “‘Be ever hearing, but never understanding;
    be ever seeing, but never perceiving’.
    Otherwise they might see with their eyes,
    hear with their ears,
    understand with their hearts,
    and turn and be healed.”
    ( Isaiah 6:9-10 )

Guilt in God’s eyes

  1. The Murmuring of Miriam and Aaron
    • Then Miriam and Aaron spoke against Moses because of the Cushite woman whom he had married (for he had married a Cushite woman);( Numbers 12:1 )
    • He said, “Hear now My words: If there is a prophet among you, I, the LORD, shall make Myself known to him in a vision. I shall speak with him in a dream.
      Numbers 12:6 )
    • I speak with him face to face, clearly and not in riddles; he sees the form of the LORD. Why then were you unafraid to speak against My servant Moses?
      Numbers 12:8 )
  2. Job’s Final Appeal
    …If I have rejoiced at my enemy’s ruin, or exulted when evil befell him— I have not allowed my mouth to sin by asking for his life with a curse— if the men of my house have not said, ‘Who is there who has not had his fill?’—…
    Job 31:29-31 )
  3. Abraham, Sarah, and Abimelech
    • But God came to Abimelech in a dream by night, and said to him, Behold, thou art but a dead man, for the woman which thou hast taken; for she is a man’s wife. ( Gen. 20:3)
    • But Abimelech had not come near her: and he said, Lord, wilt thou slay also a righteous nation? ( Gen. 20:4 )
    • Said he not unto me, She is my sister? and she, even she herself said, He is my brother: in the integrity of my heart and innocency of my hands have I done this. ( Gen. 20:5 )
    • And God said unto him in a dream, Yea, I know that thou didst this in the integrity of thy heart; for I also withheld thee from sinning against me: therefore suffered I thee not to touch her. ( Gen. 20:6 )
    • And Abraham said, Because I thought, Surely the fear of God is not in this place; and they will slay me for my wife’s sake.  ( Gen. 20:11 )
    • And it came to pass, when God caused me to wander from my father’s house, that I said unto her, This is thy kindness which thou shalt shew unto me; at every place whither we shall come, say of me, He is my brother.  ( Gen. 20:13 )
    • And unto Sarah he said, Behold, I have given thy brother a thousand pieces of silver: behold, he is to thee a covering of the eyes ( Gen. 20:16 )

Spiritual Covering

Senses

There are quite a few senses involved in Spiritual covering.

Inclusive are seeing with our eyes, hearing with our ears, understanding with our hearts,  and turning; in essence repenting.

And, God ultimately stepping in to heal us.

Videos

  1. John Paul Jackson
    • John Paul Jackson – As You Hear, More Hearing Will Be Giving To You
      Link

Pray for the Church in October: October 2018

Prelude

In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Genesis 1:1

 

Words

Emily Stimpson Chapman

Our Sunday Visitor

Understanding the “dark night of the soul”

Link

Understanding the ‘dark night of the soul’ The feeling of spiritual emptiness, or being abandoned by God, is natural in the process of growing closer to Christ Emily Stimpson Chapman OSV Newsweekly

When the world looked at the face of Blessed Teresa of Kolkata, it saw pure, simple joy. Then, in 2007, 10 years after Blessed Teresa’s death, a collection of her private letters was published. Suddenly, the joy that the tiny sister from Albania once radiated seemed anything but simple.

As the letters revealed, for the entirety of her public ministry, the founder of the Missionaries of Charity endured unceasing feelings of desolation and abandonment by God.

“I am told God lives in me,” she wrote in 1957, “and yet the reality of darkness and coldness and emptiness is so great that nothing touches my soul.”

For some, the letters became a source of scandal. But for those familiar with the stages of spiritual growth, they served as a profound testimony to Blessed Teresa’s sanctity. In those decades of desolation, she lived what St. John of the Cross termed, the “dark night of the soul,” which was the title of a poem he wrote.

The timing and duration of Mother Teresa’s dark night was unusual — and markedly so. But the fact that she encountered a dark night wasn’t. Every Christian, on their way to God, must pass through his or her own dark night. So, what is (and isn’t) the dark night of the soul?

It is necessary

Every fallen human being has disordered desires and attachments. We love what we shouldn’t love, or we love what we should but in the wrong way. We seek our own comfort, our own pleasure, our own will. We value what we want more than we value what God wants. We do wrong, even if only in our hearts.

But we can’t do wrong and stand before God. We can’t even want to do wrong and stand before God. A prerequisite for seeing God face to face is that every attachment to sin, both in our lives and in our hearts, must be broken. If we want to become saints, we have to desire only God’s will. And we have to desire God’s will not out of fear of hell, but rather out of love for heaven, out of love for God. Some of that breaking we do, as we learn to avoid vice and pursue virtue. But some of that breaking only God can do. The dark night of the soul is, in part, how he does that. By seemingly withdrawing all spiritual consolations — all the little comforts and supports that typically come from pursuing a relationship with him — and allowing an almost crushing sense of abandonment to descend upon us, he purifies our desires and prepares us for heaven.

It is unique

The dark night of the soul looks different in different lives. Laypersons don’t necessarily experience the dark night the way religious do. Nor do active religious necessarily experience the dark night the way contemplatives do. Some people experience it primarily through external circumstances. They find themselves persecuted or afflicted. In the midst of those afflictions, all calls for help go unanswered. To the person passing through this type of dark night, it feels like God has left them to deal with their cross on their own.

Others experience the dark night through temptations: Temptations to pride, vanity, anger, sexual sin, and even unbelief assail them. Then, there are those who experience the dark night of the soul mainly through inner desolation: The gates of heaven seem barred against them, and no matter how much they pray, no consolation seemingly comes. Lastly, there are those who experience the dark night as a combination of all three: trials, temptations and abandonment.

Likewise, for some, the dark night comes but once. For others, it comes many times. Usually, it lasts for only a short while. Occasionally, it lasts much longer. But when it finally ends, it ends for good. A definitive work has been accomplished in the soul.

It is unpredictable

The dark night of the soul doesn’t come at the beginning of one’s journey to God. Traditionally, spiritual directors identify three primary stages (or ways) of growth in holiness. The first is the purgative way, where we break habits of vice, acquire habits of virtue and learn to live a Catholic life. The second is the illuminative way, where we grow in virtue, charity and the life of prayer. And the third is the unitive way, where our wills and hearts move in perfect harmony with God’s.

Near the end of the purgative stage, we experience a type of dark night — a time of trial and affliction where it feels as if God no longer loves us. This dark night, however, is not the dark night of the soul. Rather, it’s the dark night of the senses.

In the dark night of the senses, God purifies us of our attachments to the things of the world — physical comfort, physical pleasure, material success, popular acclaim — as well as of our consolations in prayer. Sorrows afflict us, and things that used to comfort us — food, sex, shopping, compliments, even the liturgy — no longer do. Through this dark night, God prepares us for the illuminative way and a deeper, more contemplative life of prayer.

The dark night of the soul occurs at the end of the illuminative way, as we prepare to enter the unitive way. During this dark night, God roots out our deepest attachments to sin and self, and the desolation that accompanies that rooting out is overwhelming and crushing. More than just a lack of consolation, this dark night plunges a soul into an abyss of darkness and nothingness, essentially revealing to us what we are without God and preparing us to not only carry our crosses, but to love our crosses and carry them joyfully in union with Christ.

It isn’t depression

From the outside, depression and the dark night of the soul bear a striking resemblance to one another. And they’re not entirely separate things. As St. John of the Cross noted long ago, depression (or as they called it in the 17th century, melancholia) can go hand in hand with a dark night, whether by exacerbating it or resulting from it.

But while clinical depression is triggered by an objectively sad event (losing a loved one, fatal illness, etc.) or by a biochemical problem, the dark night of the soul is purely an act of God; it is God working in our souls to draw us closer to him.

Likewise, while depression weighs down both body and soul, eventually rendering those who suffer from it unable to go about the normal business of their life, throughout the dark night, the spirit stays strong, and those suffering through it can perform great works of charity and service. They remain active and don’t experience the same temptations to total self-loathing or suicide that those struggling with depression suffer, nor do they lose their faith in the midst of the dark night. Belief remains.

It isn’t evil

The dark night of the soul is not an evil to be endured; it’s a good for which we should be grateful. Of course, it doesn’t always seem that way. The thought of plunging into a spiritual abyss and losing all the sweetness in our relationship with God strikes few as appealing. But neither does surgery. Having cancer removed from our bodies isn’t a fun process. Nevertheless, we submit to the surgeon’s knife readily and quickly, knowing that the sooner we have the surgery, the sooner we can live a healthy, full life.

What’s true on the natural level is true on the supernatural level. If we want to become the people God made us to be and live the lives he made us to live, we must let him excise sin and unhealthy attachments from our souls. There’s no getting around it. Before we can enter heaven, it has to happen. It can happen in this life or it can happen in the next — in purgatory. But here is better. For the sooner we let God root out unhealthy attachments, the sooner we can get on with the business of being saints.

And there’s no better business than that.

 

Videos

  1. The Pope
    • #PrayForTheChurch – Special prayer campaign for the Church – The Pope Video – October 2018
      • Profile :- October 2018. The Pope Video: The Devil is a seducer. This is why, without our knowing it, we let him enter into our lives. This also applies to the life of the Church. This is why the Pope is asking us this month of October to pray the Rosary of the Virgin Mary and the prayer to St. Michael the Archangel to fight against the power of evil and to protect the Church. Will we all join in with this request? “The Devil presents himself with great power. He brings you gifts. But you don’t know what’s inside. I renew the invitation to everyone to pray the Rosary every day in October, ending with the antiphon “We fly to thy patronage” and the Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel, to repel the attacks of the Devil who wants to divide the Church.”
      • Videos
    • Pope Francis asks for prayers to protect church from “attacks by the devil”
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          • Channel :- CBS Evening News
            Link
  2. Kanaan Ministries SA
    • Understanding Second Heaven
      • Profile
        • The following is an extract from the latest course ACTS (Advanced Counsellors Training School). For the complete course – there are 23 DVDs and 3 manuals, which can be purchased from our office, please contact our office: http://www.kanaanministries.org/contact/ or order from our eShop: http://kanaanministries-eshop.org/ Second Heaven: As with all kingdoms, there are levels of authority, governors of territories or regions, and so on. These beings operate within a region of the lower heavens. According to Scripture, there are three Heavens. God warns us in His Word that in the last days many will be deceived, that there will be many FALSE signs and wonders that will mislead many. In this session, Amanda discusses the false holy spirit that operates from the second heaven.
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          Channel :- KanaanMinistriesSA
          Published ON :- 2016-June-2nd
          Link
  3. John Paul Jackson
    • Dreams & Mysteries – The Mystery of Spiritual Warfare
      • Profile
        • Join author and speaker John Paul Jackson as he reveals some of the spiritual mysteries of the Bible… including how God speaks today through dreams!
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          Channel :- Dreams & Mysteries
          Published ON :- 2014-May-2nd
          Link
    • 5 Reasons Not to Engage in Second Heaven Warfare
      • Profile
        • In this companion video to the episode “The Mystery of Spiritual Warfare”, John Paul Jackson discusses some more reasons why focusing on second heaven principalities and powers is not a good idea in prayer.
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          Channel :- Dreams & Mysteries
          Published ON :- 2014-May-21st
          Link
  4. Derek Prince
    • The Three Heavens # Derek Prince
      • Profile
        • The Three Heavens # Derek Prince (engleza) # Casting Down Strongholds # Lesson 02
      • Videos
        • Video #1
          Channel :- Carti, predici, poezii
          Published ON :- 2016-Dec-12th
          Link