Pastor Kai Horn
Pastor Kai Horn

Pastor / Columnist

I was sitting looking out my window on Monday; the public utilities company from the city was pruning trees. A big truck came by and cut back every branch, limb and leaf that had grown beyond certain parameters and was hanging over the road. I stopped them to ask was this customary? The gentlemen stated that during the summer, the trees are pruned back so that during stormy seasons there will be a decrease in the damage...  
“And every one who speaks a word against the Son of Man will be forgiven but those who blaspheme against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven.” Luke 12:10 - Our traditional thinking is that revival occurs, when we have a program and invite and evangelist to come and to preach a word; and, we shout and run and praise our God and it is over after three nights. God is saying to me that we are not having a week of revival but we are in a season of revival. . .
“I know the plans that I have for you, says the Lord, plans for welfare and not evil to give you a future and a hope.” This is a passage that we know all too well. We use it to encourage ourselves when we are going through trials; and, when it seems that powers and principalities are coming against our future. We remind ourselves, through these words from Jeremiah, God has a plan for each and every one our lives; and, it is a plan of prosperity...
There is a divine connection between our spiritual lives; and, the forty days of self-denial and self-discipline associated with the Lenten season. The anointing on the forty days is, in my strong opinion, the reason that it is such a challenge to designate this time in devotion to our Lord. The biblical number forty is not foreign to us. Many people have written about the forty day journey into the wilderness in scripture. If we only use the story of Moses....
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