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Speaking From My Heart

Dear Ones,

Please forgive my long delay in letting you know what is going on in my life.  It’s been an incredibly up and down period with lots of “outside factors”, but it has finally come to a head.

            First of all, I would like to reiterate that our faith should always rest in the “faithfulness of God,” not necessarily in the specifics of His promises.  He promises in His Word to heal us, but that healing does not necessarily come in OUR timing or in OUR way.  He is faithful and He will heal us in HIS timing and in HIS way. That said, the doctors have decided to discontinue the new “chemo” drug I have been taking called, keytruda.  This new treatment was supposed to shrink the tumor cells, but after 5 months on it, we have seen no evidence of this.  So, at this point, there seems to be no other medical routes to be taken, other than totally relying upon and trusting in the Lord and His infinite ways.  (During these past months, I have also tried many of the “natural suggestions” you have mentioned.)   I have more peace now in my heart than I did a month ago.  None of this is new to the Lord. He knew all of this from the very beginning.  None of it has taken Him by surprise.  So, as I said, I trust in His faithfulness to complete what He told me a year ago: “You shall not die, but live…to declare the works of the Lord.” (Psalm 136:17)

            As for the pain in my leg, it happens to be a degenerated hip, not my back as I had thought.  In fact, the doctor said he had never seen a hip so damaged as mine.  He suggested a “hip replacement” operation, but until the cancer gets worked out, I will just continue to limp along. (It’s funny because my little dog “Munchkin” hurt his back left leg about a week ago, and he too, limps along after me.  Others say we are “quite a pair” to watch.)

            As for my son Mark, his operation is scheduled for the 18th of this month.  However, after being prayed for by a very saintly and godly man, Mark feels like he has been healed.  Pray for him to know exactly what God would have him do, so he can continue to have great faith and be a witness to others.

            Chuck is coming home in a couple of weeks to be with us both.  It’s going to be quite a special and emotional time.  Again, I would so appreciate your love, your support and your prayers.  I don’t know what we would have done without your prayers these past few months.  My prayer for Mark and for me, is that the God of Hope would fill us with all joy and peace and that we may abound in HIS hope, through the power of the Holy Spirit. (Romans 15:18)

            I love you all and I promise to do a better job of keeping you posted in the future.


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Our Precious Daughter Penny

Penny has been the bravest and shining example the Lord could have chosen and will be a witness to the Glory of God and the faithfulness of His promises forever.

We give thanks to all who supported her with their prayers, may God pour out His everlasting Love over you forever.






The Horsemen Series

Behold a Red Horse

by Dr. Chuck Missler


  • Man tells us that the world is getting better;
    God says they will become increasingly worse.
  • Man says that peace among nations is close at hand;
    God says there will be wars and rumors of wars, kingdom against kingdoms…
  • Man expects to win the battle against disease, famine, and hardship;
    God says there is to be fearful judgments of disease, famine, and hardship.

As we survey the fabled “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse,” the second one we are exploring is the one who represents “War.” (We previously reviewed last time one of the most dangerous “mistaken identities” of all: the White Horse(man).)

As we explore the classic literature regarding the “art” of warfare, we, of course, encounter Sun Tzu, Clausewitz, Richardson, Herman Kahn, et al. The history of man has included the essential skills to defend himself, his country, community, and family. It is impressive to realize how the continued regard of the classical literature continues to influence the most modern strategies.

However, as the technology has increased, so has the scale of violence. It was the economies of scale that created the nation-state with the advent of gunpowder, etc. This has escalated to the point where the 20th century was the bloodiest century in history. Jesus warned us:

And except those days should be shortened, there should no flesh be saved: but for the elect’s sake those days shall be shortened.

— Matt 24:22 KJV


Did you realize that this is a “technology” statement? (This would make no sense if we were studying this during the Civil War in 1860. We can’t visualize mankind destroying itself with muskets and bayonets.) Did the requisite technology exist prior to our present nuclear age? Today, the nuclear cloud hangs over every geopolitical decision on the Planet Earth.

The Quest for the Super-Soldier

There are four key technologies that are accelerating beyond belief: genetics, robotics, nanotechnologies and artificial intelligence. Each is impacting the others. Each is the object of increased research and development budgets among all of the major nations on the earth. These are driven in the quest for the “super-soldier” in the belief that these capabilities will prove decisive in future conflicts.[1] The apparent achievements rumored from current (but secret) laboratories stagger the imagination, and stretch far beyond the ken of current entertainments.


The resources already available today are astonishing in their impact on current warfare. Today there are hundreds of unmanned drones conducting warfare in Afghanistan, yet being controlled remotely from Virginia or Florida. These unmanned “Predators” can gather surveillance, identify targets, and deliver deadly missiles thousands of miles away from the pilots controlling them in the comfort of the armchairs.

As these techniques continue to multiply, it is altering the very nature of warfare itself. Even small, rogue (but well financed) groups can wreak havoc on major targets of opportunity. Small, but elegantly designed, robots can navigate across continents and deliver lethal results with virtual invisibility. The economies of scale of violence are being reversed into deniability.

Today, small electronic devices not only permit personal communications globally, they are controlling our most routine tasks, in our families as well as our corporations.

EMP: the Great Equalizer

As our global society grows increasingly dependent on electronic communication, another spectre raises its terrifying threat: the electromagnetic pulse (“EMP”).

We have always known that Israel can be viewed as a “one bomb target”: a single thermonuclear warhead could end it totally.

What comes as a shocking surprise is that even the United States can be now viewed as a “one bomb target”: one nuclear warhead, detonated at sufficient altitude, could return the entire country back to the 19th century. The resulting EMP effects could disable telecommunications, power, and the other supporting logistics of the major metropolitan centers permanently! The EMP Commissions have estimated that within 12 months of a nationwide blackout, up to 90% of the U.S. population could possibly perish from starvation, disease and societal breakdown.

If you haven’t read the reports of the vulnerability of the U.S. to an EMP attack, you should review the readily available reports. The alarms are clear and unequivocal. The resulting responses have been negligible. Some would describe this as the reckless endangerment of the entire population.

And nuclear techniques are not the only threat. There is suggestive evidence that there are alternative means to exploit the EMP possibilities.

In our currently featured review of the “Second Horseman” of the fabled “Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse,” we explore these topics and focus on the principal battles that are predicted in the Bible itself. It is surprising to recognize the technologies that are detailed in this review. Even some of the classic engagements take on an entirely new perspective when viewed carefully in the light of current technologies.

The Safest Place?

The many hazards and threats to ourselves and our families are truly formidable. Many continue to ask, where is the safest place to be?

Are you “saved”? That’s the first and most critical question to answer. The second is also critical: have you discovered your calling? The safest place to be is in the center of His will for your life. Then little else matters.

There is a remarkable quote attributed to Mark Twain:

The two most important days in a person’s life are the day he is born, and the day he discovers why.

What has God called you to do? Without Him you can’t. Without you, He won’t.

The “ball” is in your court. It’s your call.


Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack, 2008; Commission to Assess the Threat to the United States from Electromagnetic Pulse (EMP) Attack, 2014.  



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Human Nature

by Ron Matsen

Change Blindness

Throughout the history of man, philosophers and theologians alike have struggled to understand the complicated nature of mankind. The Psalmist tells us simply that we are “fearfully and wonderfully made”. The deeper we search into the physical makeup of life itself, the more we can be truly overwhelmed by the complexity and diversity of life.

The Mystery of the Mind

With all of the awe and wonder surrounding the physical marvels that allow our existence, the one aspect of man that intrigues me the most is the mind of man. The mind is more than our brain. Although our actions are primarily controlled by our brain, there is more to the brain than just orchestrating functions in our body. It is the centre of our intellect; it produces the view of the world we see through our mind’s eye. It has been said that the brain is like a committee of experts sitting in a windowless room. The brain generally operates on 3 levels:

  1. The subconscious mind
  2. The unconscious mind
  3. The conscious mind


The subconscious mind offers automatic control over various functions. This is the “hard-wired” part of our brain. It works with the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) which controls the automatic functions like heart rate, digestion, respiration rate, salivation, and perspiration, maintaining homeostasis in the body, etc.

The unconscious mind is responsible for issuing the pre-planned actions of the body. It manages over 90% of our everyday functions. The huge majority of human everyday life is automatic. We do not need to switch on our consciousness to pick up the coffee cup from the table, while we keep on reading the morning paper, while we keep on listening to a song on the radio. Here we experience the illusion of multitasking.

The unconscious mind processes 200,000 times more information than our conscious mind. It has its memory only partially imprinted by our conscious mind through cognitive processing and practice. It is programmed through a kind of “Neural Imprinting:”

  • By Our Genetic Makeup,
  • By Our Sensory Input,
  • By Our Cognitive Processing,
  • By Subliminal Impressions, and
  • By Spiritual Influences.

The conscious mind is responsible for our cognitive thinking. It has to make decisions on where we will focus and contemplate while the unconscious mind takes care of everything else. Our conscious mind is fed by our sensory devices (which can be fooled), our memory (which can be flawed), and/or our imagination (which can be inventive). These perceptions form the building blocks of the world we navigate through this giant construct we call reality.

The Bible tells us that our mind needs to be cleansed and renewed. The apostle Paul warned the church in Rome that, “the carnal mind is enmity against God; for it is not subject to the law of God, nor indeed can be. So then, those who are in the flesh cannot please God.” Again Paul instructed, “do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God.” To clearly identify and avoid deception we need to sharpen our perception. We literally need to teach our mind how to focus on the things that really matter. Jesus illustrated this by saying, “The lamp of the body is the eye. Therefore, when your eye is good, your whole body also is full of light. But when your eye is bad, your body also is full of darkness.”

The Gatekeeper

The mind is the gatekeeper of the heart which is the repository of our deepest held devotion. In fact, the Bible tells us that we should be very careful concerning those things that capture our heart. King Solomon warned, “Keep your heart with all diligence, for out of it spring the issues of life.” As the gatekeeper, the mind needs to consciously filter the harmful influences of the world.

Experts in the field of human perception tell us that the only place we appear to cognitively operate is where we consciously place our attention. The cognitive mind is the watchtower of our unconscious memory storage. Everything else (our automatic brain reactions) guide us through the daily tasks of living. We naturally suppress information we determine is unnecessary. The more familiar we are with our environment, the more our conscious mind can focus on new information. Our cognitive mind can only address 4–5 pieces of information at any one moment. Notice how credit cards and telephone numbers are generally displayed in groups of four numbers or less. This is because we can only retain new forms of information as small bursts of input.

A Question of Perception

We live in an exciting age for mankind. All of man’s knowledge is just a few clicks away on the internet. Film producers are creating more and more visual experiences to virtually take us anywhere. It would seem that we could almost drown in the sea of multimedia opportunities that surround us every day. The media moguls know this and want to draw your attention to what they have to sell. The question is, how perceptive are we?

Information or Illusion?

Attention diversion is the key to illusion. Discerning the difference between helpful information and harmful illusions is key. It’s all about managing our perceptions. Attention is like mental money; be careful how you spend it.

Illusion is caused by what is referred to as “Change Blindness.” In other words, we only notice change when it occurs within the field of our narrow focus. We do not detect change where you don’t think a change should appear. The pickpocket relies on the victim being distracted.

We are all basically “single-processors” (one function at a time) which means that we will not notice change in the peripheral areas outside of our prime focus. We suffer from a kind of multiprocessing-blindness, or as others call it “in-attentional blindness.” This blindness leaves us vulnerable to illusion, misinformation, and outright deception.

Today, what are the major influences in the world that are constantly trying to gain influence over our heart? What is the greatest source of input into people’s mind today? The answer is entertainment. Entertainment has become the opiate of the masses. From the Coliseum in Rome to the cinemas around the world today, people seem to crave diversion from rather than connection to real life. I constantly see people with their faces looking down at their mobile world rather than looking up to engage the real world they hardly acknowledge. What is the answer to this troubling trend? Is there a survival guide for the soul under siege? Please don’t get me wrong here. I am not advocating that we run and hide in a cave somewhere. The Bible gives us all of the answers we need to safely transit the minefield of the modern media onslaught.



Kingdom, Power & Glory

by Nancy Missler

God’s Supernatural Power


God’s supernatural power resides in every Christian, but it requires a submitted and sanctified life in order to partake of it. The outworking of that power—the fruit that is produced—is the hallmark of a true disciple.

To “love” God means “being totally given over to Him,” “relinquishing our wills and our lives to Him,” and “putting Him first in everything we do.” When we love God like this (being open and cleansed vessels), not only will His Love be able to come forth from our hearts, but also His supernatural power.

The source of all power is God. It’s His saving power, His pardoning power (Matthew 9:6), His infinite power (Matthew 28:18), His power over nature (Luke 8:24), and His life-giving power (John 17:2; John 10:10). “For there is no other power but of God” (Romans 13:1).



Amazingly, a small portion of this immense power is given to every believer by the Holy Spirit at his new birth—it is part of the Life of God that He instills in our hearts. Therefore, this supernatural power resides in every Christian, but it requires a submitted and sanctified life in order to partake of it. Just like God’s Love, it can be quenched and blocked by emotional and “fleshly” choices. However, the outworking of that power—the fruit that is produced—is the hallmark of a true disciple.

The Ministry of God’s Supernatural Power

How exactly does God’s supernatural power work in a believer?

Before we become believers, God’s Spirit of power works with us (para), leading and drawing us to Himself (Acts 19:2). We can all remember how God wooed, courted, and pursued us. We might even call Him the “Hound of Heaven.”

In response to our personal invitation, God’s Spirit of power comes in us (en) and indwells us. This is the time He unites our spirit with His and gives us a brand-new spirit and heart. This is called “the new birth” or being “born again” or “justification.” This is the time when Christ implants His eternal Life––His Love, His wisdom, and His power––in our spirits and hearts, and we become the temple of the Holy Spirit.


Chart 25: Indwelling of the Spirit


Chart 25: Indwelling of the Spirit

This is also the time that the Spirit is supposed to come upon us (epi) for the sake of empowering. This is called the “baptism of the Spirit” or the initial infilling of the Spirit (Acts 1:8). Jesus told His disciples: “And behold, I send the promise of My Father upon you. But tarry in the city of Jerusalem until ye be endued with power from on high” (Luke 24:49. See also Matthew 3:11; Acts 1:5). The baptism of the Spirit is God breaking through the soulish and physical realm. It’s the beginning of our “outer man” (our soul) being subjected to our “spirit man” (our spirit). It’s God’s power to become a genuine witness of Christ, not just in our words, but also in our lives.


Chart 26: Empowering of the Spirit


Chart 26: Empowering of the Spirit

Without this initial empowering, however, we will be just like believers who have a “form of godliness,” but who “deny the power within” (2 Timothy 3:5). In other words, they know the Scriptures in their heads, but they don’t allow the power of God to come forth and transform their lives.

(The indwelling and the empowering of the Holy Spirit should happen at the very same time. But for many of us, because we didn’t know enough to ask for the empowering, they occurred on two separate occasions, many years apart.)

After we have been indwelt and empowered by God’s resurrection power, we must daily be refilled (pleroo) with His Spirit of power from the inside out. “Wherefore be ye not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is, and be not drunk with wine, wherein is excess; but be filled with the Spirit” (Ephesians 5:17–18).

The verb be filled here means “to be continually filled and empowered, not allowing the Spirit to be quenched.”

This step differs from the first two steps in that it’s now our responsibility (our choice) to stay cleansed and sanctified, so we can be refilled and empowered. This does not happen automatically. It is God’s will, but it is our choice whether or not we do it.


Chart 27: Refilled with the Spirit


Chart 27: Refilled with the Spirit

This last step is the beginning of the process called sanctification.

Having therefore, these promises, dearly beloved, let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, perfecting holiness in the fear of God.

2 Corinthians 7:1 KJV

Our job is to make the right faith choices. God is the One who empowers us.

Consequently it’s imperative that we not stop at the first step of salvation—our justification—but that we go on to the next phase, which is our sanctification. “If we live in the Spirit [if we are born-again], [we must learn to] also walk in the Spirit” (Galatians 5:25. See also Ephesians 5:18). It’s the Spirit of Christ’s resurrection power that not only renews our minds and transforms our lives, but also enables us to walk by His Spirit.

The Spirit brings us to Christ and gives us His Life, then He empowers us to reflect Him in all we do. Our job, then, is to stay cleansed, filled, and empowered.

But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us. We are troubled on every side, yet not distressed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; Persecuted, but not forsaken, cast down, but not destroyed; Always bearing about in the body the dying of the Lord Jesus, [so] that the Life also of Jesus might be made manifest in our body.

2 Corinthians 4:7–10 KJV

The Excellency of the power must be of God and not ourselves. God promises us that in the end, He will raise us up by this same power as He did Christ (Romans 8:11).

God hath both raised up the Lord, and will also raise up us by His own power.

1 Corinthians 6:14 KJV



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African Missionary’s Notice

I’m part of the fellowship of the unashamed. I have Holy Spirit power.

The die has been cast.

                    I have stepped over the line.

                           The decision has been made.

         I’m a disciple of His.

I  won’t look back,

               let up,

                     slow down,

                           back away,

                                     or be still.


My past is redeemed,

                my present makes sense,

                            my future is secure.

 I’m finished with low living,

            sight walking,

                     small planning,

                               smooth knees,

                                      colourless dreams,

                                                     tamed visions,

                                                            mundane talking,

                                                                     cheap living,


 dwarfed goals.


I no longer need pre-eminence,

             prosperity, position, promotions,

                     plaudits, or popularity.

           I don’t have to be right, first, tops, recognized,

                  praised, regarded, or rewarded.

              I now live by faith, lean on His presence,

                             walk by patience,

                                      lift by prayer,

 and labour by power.

My face is set, my gait is fast,

               my goal is heaven,

                        my road is narrow, my way rough,

my companions few,

                            my guide reliable, my mission clear.

I cannot be bought,

compromised, detoured,

              lured away, turned back, deluded or delayed.


I will not flinch in the face of sacrifice, hesitate in the presence of the adversary,

                 negotiate at the table of the enemy,

                                  ponder at the pool of popularity,

                                           or meander in the maze of mediocrity.


I won’t give up,

                 shut up,

                            or let up,

                                    until I have stayed up,

                                              stored up, prayed up,

                                                         paid up,

                                                   and preached up for the cause of Christ.

I am a disciple of Jesus.

            I must go till He comes, give till I drop,

                         preach till all know, and work till He stops me.

                               And when He comes for His own,

He will have no problems recognizing me—my banner will be clear!

— by an Anonymous African Pastor —nailed to his wall prior to his execution





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