The Presence of God

We always talk about the presence of God and feeling God presence, and knowing, being in God presence coming God presence it is quite simply taken for granted, what it means to be in the presence of God. And sometimes it is right we take time to explore the aspect of being in His presence that we miss or take for granted. In the presence of our glorious God when He known in power is beyond our comprehension, we ponder passages and the images of the throne room in revelation sometimes we can use our imagination to go where our logical minds can not to worship God with our imaginations.

We have come into His presence with awe and thanksgiving and sometimes to be in the presence of Him it is not comfortable experience. When He led the Israelite out of captivity in Egypt God presence went them all the way for forty years as a pillar of cloud by day and burning fire by night. In this way He Passover all we see now in God goodness to us.

Bishop Jordan believes that God promised that when we gather together in God name then God will be there right in the midst of us. God promised that whatever we agree on in prayer in God’s name it will be done for us by the Father. God promised that broken bread and wine out-poured will for us be his very body and blood that God will meet us there at the cross in power to forgive and cleanse and heal and to make whole again. Click now to get your Free Prophecy reading now.

“You have come to Mt. Zion, to the heavenly Jerusalem, the city of the living God. You have come to thousands upon thousands of angels in joyful assembly, to the church of the firstborn, whose names are written in heaven. You have come into the presence of God.
(Hebrews 12:22-23)

Who is Your Enemy?

1There are times when we encounter enemies. They are people we don’t look for, but come into our lives to prevent us from being successful. How do you deal with them? Do you confront them or just avoid them? The “Spiritual Art of War” will teach you how to deal with your enemies and guide you in being successful in life.

You do not want an enraged enemy. Sun Tzu says, “Now in order to kill the enemy, our men must be roused to anger”. Therefore, the “angrier” you are and the calmer your enemy is, the better. Anger fuels energy and directs purpose. It supplies you with the motivation to achieve victory and prolongs your endurance.

Care should be taken, however, to let the anger be carefully directed and focused, for as Sun Tzu says, “The general, unable to control his irritation, will launch his men to the assault like swarming ants, with the result that one-third of his men are slain”. An enraged warrior can also be an error-prone warrior, so if your opponent is one who doesn’t deal well with anger, enraging him might actually be the wiser strategy. After all, as Sun Tzu said, “If your opponent is of choleric temper, seek to irritate him. Pretend to be weak, that he may grow arrogant”.

When you know how your adversary handles anger, you will be able to determine whether he is someone you should anger in order to throw him off balance and get him so flustered he doesn’t see anything but his own frustration. If your adversary is enraged, he could make terrible mistakes, mistakes that will prove fatal to his organization, his business, his base of operations. And you’ll be the one to reap the rewards.

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Money brings Prosperity

Money brings Prosperity

“This book of the law shall not depart out of thy mouth; but thou shalt meditate therein day and night, that thou mayest observe to do according to all that is written therein: for then thou shalt make thy way prosperous, and then thou shalt have good success.”

Joshua 1:8

We must admit, there is an obsession with money nowadays in our world. Money should not be looked at as a bad thing. It just depends on the people using the money on how they spend and use it. Money is really a necessity to our daily life because we cannot but food, shelter, clothes and everything that we need to live in this world.

Well, based on history, money is a potion of God’s energy that it should be used wisely and for the good of each and every one. Money connects all human beings between materials and also links relationships in people. It is not said that money is also for pleasure, comfort and desire. People can have money and be spiritually rich all at once. Money is not evil and we can definitely use money in so many good things that can be possible.

It depends on how you spend your money, if you use it just for your own good, for your own selfish reasons, it might be the wrong way. It is always good to reflect on yourself if you are too attached or hooked on money, on how you spend it and on how you see yourself if you don’t have money anymore. There are also lots of people that have negative experiences regarding money.

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Love Your Enemies

1Jesus always told us to love our enemies. This was probably one of the first things taught to us in church or even in Sunday School. But as we dig deeper into the stories of the Bible, we learn that God is a God of war. In life, you will encounter people who want to bring you down. Of course since God is on your side, He wants you to achieve victory in whatever it is that you are in. Sometimes there are people who will just be a nuisance to you but affect you greatly. How are you supposed to deal with these kinds of people?

What’s the connection between the Cold War and Jesus’ admonition to “love your enemies”? Everything! Be the bigger man (or woman), put forward a smile and refuse to show any anger, and you’ll have a great chance of winning him over. Now, even if you can’t win him over, even if there’s no chance for cooperation and reconciliation, the great thing about this principle is that it allows you to take advantage of two opponents that are entirely different from one another: the unwary enemy, and the enraged enemy!

You do not want an enraged enemy. Sun Tzu says, “Now in order to kill the enemy, our men must be roused to anger”. Therefore, the “angrier” you are and the calmer your enemy is, the better. Anger fuels energy and directs purpose. It supplies you with the motivation to achieve victory and prolongs your endurance.

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Life is Nothing but a Blessing

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The Bible says so many great things about life. We are blessed with so many things that life offers. Even the trials that God is giving us, they are evidences that God loves us and wants us to learn and be strong. Life is full of lots of surprises, all we need to do is accept all of these with all our hearts and have the faith from within flow and every thing will fall into its right place. Some times, we do not see that the things coming our way are blessings. We think of them as burden, problems, trials, difficulty, hindrance, trouble and dilemma.

Bishop Jordan can deliver Prophetic Words that can turn your burdens to blessings. If you think negatively, this will be turned around with the Bishop’s help. He is also one of the blessings that God has given this world because he does not stop spreading the Good News. Through the glory of God and the wisdom that was given to us, we should be able to figure out that everything that comes to us is a blessing.

As we continue to wake up everyday, no matter how hard life maybe, every day will always be a blessing. The fact that we are still breathing, it means that we are given another day to live and make the most out of life. Our loved ones, family, relatives, friends and all of the people that we know are blessings to us. Life will always be a gift that can never be bought anywhere. Spiritually, we were blessed by strength and the power to grow our faith in God and that is definitely one of our blessings.

Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places in Christ… Ephesians 1:3

Conceal with a Smile

1In life, there are principles that you have to live with in order for you to achieve whatever it is that you want. There are strategies that you learn on your journey and lessons you learn from your mistakes. When you read Bishop Jordan’s “Spiritual Art of War” you will learn the many strategies and principles that will help you on your way to achieving success no matter what you endeavor it.

One principle is to conceal your purpose behind a smile. The strategy: Attend to your plans while in your adversary’s confidence. Why: in the confidence of your adversary, you may reach your objective unopposed. Sun Tzu writes, “All warfare is based on deception”. He elaborates, “Hence, when able to attack, seem as if unable to attack; when using forces actively, seem inactive”.

Put on a smile at all times, and you’ll confuse your adversary. In a business context, act confident, bold, and happy even if you seem to have no reason to do so—it will either make your adversaries believe you have everything under control, or it will cause them to worry about your next move. A smile is the best possible face you can put forth to the world; it conceals everything. As Jesus says in Matthew 5:44, “‘But I say to you, love your enemies, bless those who curse you, do good to those who hate you, and pray for those who spitefully use you.” This is the essence of this principle.

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Price Wars

Attaining victory in your business can be done when you know the right things to do and the right strategies to take. If you can put pressure on your opposition’s leadership, if you can find a weakness in their personalities, their sense of pride and honor, anything that will put them off their game, you will severely cripple their ability to compete with you.

A great example of this from the real world of business is the competition that existed between retail giant Kmart and up-and- comer (at the time) Wal-Mart in the first half of the 1990s. According to Mark R. McNeilly’s Sun Tzu and the Art of Business: Six Strategic Principles for Managers, beginning in 1990, Kmart spent $3 billion dollars on 153 new discount stores and on upgrading 800 existing ones, all in an effort to take on Wal-Mart. But Kmart’s CEO decided to take it a step further: he launched an all-out price war, “lowering prices on thousands of products to be more competitive” and trying to recoup the deficit with apparel sales.

K-Mart did precisely the opposite of what they should have done when they waged a direct assault on a well-defended position. Kmart’s CEO took on Wal-Mart at their strongest point: their cost structure. Wal-Mart simply dropped prices to best Kmart, causing Kmart’s market share to fall from 35% to 23%. The company experienced “falling or negative profits, and flat stock performance”. The Kmart CEO was forced to resign.

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David and Goliath

davidIn life’s battles, God has his prophetic art of war. In your life particularly, He has plans for your victory and success in whatever wars you face. You just have to read through the Bible and study on numerous accounts that God has won for His people.

A good example from the Bible has to be the story of David and Goliath. Let’s look at that Scripture to see an example of the prophetic art of war in action: In 1 Samuel 17, Saul and the men of Israel go to war against the Philistines yet again. Verse 4 reads, “And a champion went out from the camp of the Philistines, named Goliath, from Gath, whose height was six cubits and a span.” We know from this passage that Goliath is an influencer in the Philistine armies; his height and his fighting skills have made him a leader among his people. In verses 8-9, Goliath challenges the men of Israel to send their own champion to fight him: if Goliath kills the Israelite champion, Israel will serve the Philistines, and vice-versa.

I’m sure you’re familiar with the rest of the story: only David, youngest among his brothers, has the courage to fight Goliath. After he fells him with a stone from his sling, he cuts off Goliath’s head with his own sword—and all the Philistines flee (1 Samuel 17:51).

There are five dangerous faults that may affect a general:

1. Recklessness, which leads to destruction

2. Cowardice, which leads to capture

3. A hasty temper, which can be provoked by insults

4. A delicacy of honor, which is sensitive to shame

5. Too much compassion for his men, which exposes him to worry and trouble.

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