A little background; Tommy Hicks an American evangelist, in 1952 he was given the permission to hold a salvation and healing campaigns in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Permission was given after healing President Peron of Argentina of an incurable, disfiguring skin disease.
1961 Tommy Hicks’ Vision of
THE BODY OF CHRIST AND THE END-TIME MINISTRIES
The following is a stunning vision given to American preacher Tommy Hicks (who was a major figure in the powerful 1954 Argentina Revival).
VISION OF THE BODY OF CHRIST AND THE END-TIME MINISTRIES
My message begins July 25, about 2:30 in the morning at Winnipeg, Canada. I had hardly fallen asleep when the vision and the revelation that God gave me came before me. The vision came three times, exactly in detail, the morning of July 25, 1961. I was so stirred and so moved by the revelation that this has changed my complete outlook upon the body of Christ, and upon the end-time ministries. Continue reading
Just a little bit over fifteen years ago, a story started that I have slowly and carefully watched. For the most part, I have shared this story with only a few people. I have carefully observed, waiting to see if what I am looking at continues to unfold the way I think it might.
Now, once I start talking about this, someone, somewhere will at least start saying in the back of their mind, “where’s your evidence?”
So I will include a few links here and there, but not everything. Simply because I don’t want to overload you, the readers of this article. And I also assume if you want to know more, then you know how to do some research yourself. Continue reading
A Voice in the Wind.
Several years ago, a group of us were hanging out in a living room. The general plan was to have a soaking time in the Lord. With no real agenda.
One of the guys laid on the floor, face first for around an hour. After awhile he started praying loudly in tongues. What caught me off guard was not that he was doing it. But that it sounded completely unlike any other time I had heard him speak in tongues. It was unique in sound and style.
As soon as he started up I was aware that I was in two places at the same time. I was still in the living room, completely aware of everything around me. And at the same time I was in the American southwest of New Mexico. Continue reading
Surviving Ebola? My Thoughts.
(My personal disclaimer)
I am not a doctor, nor is the person I have been learning this from. However, everything I am talking about can be found with a little research. So please consider doing a little of your own research.
While attending the MorningStar Harvest Fest gathering 2014. One of the many comments that came across was about how untrustworthy the information is nowadays in the media. That the information about Ebola is one of the best examples of bad information. This comment was the start of a thinking process that included the many news reports that came out that day. As well as all the places and people who might be affected.
One of the gentlemen I know and trust here has been talking to me a lot about the body and what kind of things it needs to stay healthy. A lot of what he has said to me makes total sense because of a prophetic word that another friend got years ago from the Lord.
“ I created the body to heal it’s self.” Continue reading
Castles and Cathedrals
In my life, one of my favorite vacation spots is Moab Utah. Although I have never spent large amounts of time in Moab. I have all ways thought of that place with fondness. The Red stone cliffs, Canyons, Indian petroglyphs, and Arches National Park still hold my imagination as I ponder it’s past.
When I was young I clocked in many long hours holding a fishing pole watching the Colorado river wind its way around the jagged boulders in those canyon lands. There is something profoundly ancient about this place, longing to be discovered. Those extremely tall stone walls, stand silently, like the ruins of a long forgotten city in that sun baked land. Continue reading
A Snapshot of the Spiritual History of the Northwest Corner of the United States
By Robert Foster
A few years ago the Lord started me down the road of learning the Spiritual history of the Pacific Northwest. It was once known as the Oregon Territory, and now covers three states as well as parts of two more. The Lord lured me into researching this subject, partly through three dreams that he sent me and the people that he kept connecting me to. Each person had a story that was like part of a puzzle or a snapshot photograph.
As I started to walk some of this out, the Lord would release another part of the puzzle when I was ready. More than once I have walked into a local library, and almost walked right up to the next book I needed to read. Although that may sound strange, it became normal for me.
This writing is a snapshot, a collection of stories of what happened. It’s not an exhaustive work, if it were, then chapter one could fill a book all to its own.
The Children of the Son Continue reading
James 1, Double Mindedness
By Robert Foster
An extremely important thing that I have tried over the years to communicate to people is the need to listen to the Holy Spirit but to make your decisions on what he says. I have watched a long line of people say the right thing, put effort forward only to change their direction based on outside factors. Many of these people have what I call a “seasonal” understanding of the prophetic.
Preparedness: Becoming a Storehouse
Part 3 of a 3 part series by Robert Foster
I was raised on a farm, the youngest of seven children with a father who lived through the great depression in Arkansas. There were certain values he learned during those days that he Continue reading
Preparing for What is Ahead
Part 2 in a 3-part series on Preparedness
By Robert Foster
Is Comfort Evil?
Comfort is no more “evil” than a hammer or a bullet. It is what we allow it to become over time that matters. Comfort is what we all need at some level. Comfort and true rest come from loving relationships as well as the presence of the Lord. However, if comfort starts slipping into a desire for and love of possessions, then we start departing from the well of true life and start drinking from sources that leave us lacking. Continue reading
By Robert Foster
Should a Christian store up food and supplies in preparation for the days ahead, or should we simply trust the Lord and not do anything for the welfare of our household?
Over the years, I’ve heard a variety of people offer their advice on this subject.
Many seem to have the idea that to store away any supplies shows a profound lack of faith and possibly some hidden sin causing you not to place your trust in the Lord.
While others take an opposite, extreme approach and build secret bunkers for the “end of the world,” while treating other people like the crazy uncle who never understands anything. Continue reading