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To Take a City

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Three out of four people on earth live in a city. The human story begins in a garden and ends in a city.

According to a recent census, there are 19,519 cities and 16,300 towns in the United States. The Apostolic movement does not have a church in all these locations.

Every city has a personality, trademark, or reputation.

Moses took Akhetaten in the process of devastating all of Egypt.
Joshua took Jericho.
David took Jebus.
Jesus Christ had all of Jerusalem asking, "Who is this?"
Paul stirred up all of Ephesus and caused a riot.
Azusa Street convicted Los Angeles and spread around the world.

Have we taken our city, spiritually?

Posted by Rich Stein

God's Concern for a City

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What an inspiring time at the 15th annual greater Jacksonville prayer breakfast. Senior pastors from some of the largest churches in the city spoke briefly about their burden for intercessory prayer, repentance, and revival! I was amazed at the spirit of Christian unity across denominational lines. I was glad to represent an Apostolic point of view.


Posted by Rich Stein

His Coming is Close at Hand

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Apostolic church-we are at the very end of the church age, in the midst of an 11th hour outpouring of the Holy Ghost on all flesh, with the last few names (relatively speaking) being added to the Lamb's Book of Life, during the waning days of the times of the Gentiles. We are at a tipping point, on the cusp & precipice of being on the edge of a cliff with this generation which is staring down at a dark abyss of no return, to reach them.

Even those without His Spirit can sense it.

Multitudes, multitudes in the valley of decision right now.

We have such great hope of His soon return!

Posted by Rich Stein