Prosperity Gospel

Many of us today are being brainwash that concern things such as divine heal and casting out demons and many of us today believing unbiblical teachings that concerning financial prosperity. What Bishop Jordan want to do here is to show us a closer look at what God’s word has to say about prosperity as it is should be our final authority on things of this nature. The goodness of God wants you to have abundance so that we can not only know how much our Heavenly Father cares for you but you can show His goodness to those around us.

Take a closer look at the scripture that concerning God’s will for you to be blessed, see what it really said about God’s desire to bless us. It’s the love of money is the root of evil not the money itself. Money is not evil in itself, or God would not have blessed His people over and over again with it. The streets in heaven are lined with gold and so if gold was evil, then Heavens Street are lined with an evil substance?

Bishop Jordan believes that we cannot have a tie with our money. God prove that rich man is the Bible had a tie to his money that was stronger than his tie with God. The Lord said that it would be much easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for somebody who holds dear their money to enter the kingdom of God.

“ Woe unto them that call evil, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that out bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter.” (Isaiah 5:20)

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Up for the Challenge?

1God has been winning battles left and right. When you read the Bible and go through the different accounts, you will realize that He always wins the battles of people who believe in Him. Have you been winning your battles? If not, maybe it’s time that you start turning to God to help you.

We all go through troubled times in our lives, there are people who rise above the struggles and there are some who need a little boost. If you’re that person, don’t worry, Bishop Jordan has the “Spiritual Art of War” just for you. Here you will learn about strategies and stories of how people and corporations won. You will also be guided by verses from the Bible to encourage you that God is by your side through it all.

The warfare in which we believers are engaged may not be easy, but it is rewarding. Do you want success in life? Well, stand up and take it. The call to master the art of war is the call to every believer. But as Jesus said, “‘For many are called, but few are chosen’” (Matthew 22:14). Not everyone heeds the call to experience the blessings of God, because not everyone is up to the challenge. And that’s a shame, because with faith in God’s blessings and protection, there’s no excuse not to be. God wants to enlist every believer in His army, to increase the domain of His kingdom, and to bless us. But He isn’t going to force us to enlist: we have to choose to accept the offer of His gifts.

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Warriors for God

1We are all warriors of the Lord, there will be times when we will have to face battles in our lives. We might win them, we also might lose them. But what’s great about having God by our side is the spiritual victory that we experience.

But what about the struggles that we go through in real life? The people who try to put us down? Always remember that God is a God of war, and that as long as He is by your side, you are able to win life’s battles.

This is why Bishop Jordan wrote the book, “The Spiritual Art of War”. This is your guide to winning your personal and spiritual battles. You will learn the strategies applied by author of “Art of War”, Sun Tzu himself.

All He wants in return is a token of your commitment to Him. Honor that commitment as a faithful warrior in the kingdom, and you’ll find that there is no limit. As Christ Himself said, “‘Give, and it will be given to you: good measure, pressed down, shaken together, and running over will be put into your bosom’” (Luke 6:38). The more we are willing to give to God, the more we will be able to receive from His endless bounty.

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Commands of Christ

Keeping the commands of Christ begins with recognizing what they are. As we read through them ask Him to help us observe these words, and apply it and faithfully follow them through out our lifetime.

Repent
“From that time Jesus began to preach, and say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand.” (Matthew 4:17)
Follow Me
“and he saith unto them, Follow me, and I will make you fisher of men.” (Matthew 4:19)
Rejoice
“Blessed are ye, when men shall revile you, and persecute you, and shall say all manner of evil against you falsely, for my sake. Rejoice and be exceeding glad: for great is your  reward in heaven: for so persecuted they the prophets which were before you.” (Matthew 5:11-12)
Let Your Light Shine
“Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.”(Matthew 5:16)
Be Perfect
“If ye love them which love you, what reward have ye? do not even the publicans the same? And if ye salute your brethren only, what do ye more than others? do not even the publicans so? Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is in heaven is perfect” (Matthew 5:46–48).
Seek God’s Kingdom
“Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you” (Matthew 6:33).
Beware of False Prophets
“Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes of thorns, or figs of thistles?” (Matthew 7:1516)
Love the Lord
“Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind. This is the first and great commandment”(Matthew 22:37–38).

Walk in Faith

Walk in FaithOne of the greatest challenges to this new walk is that most of all don not live there. When we begin to walk in faith we may face opposition from people in our life. Most of all believe we just have to take what comes that is the way it is. We do not know about faith so we are not going to encourage our faith walk. We do not know He has plan for everything in life. WE do not know God directly addresses the issues of life in God’s written Words. The good news is He is not going to tell to live by faith then fail to tell us how to do it. You simply have to continue to keep God’s Word in front of your eyes and on your ears. What we hear and see gets down into our heart. Whether good or bad things, what we focus on becomes what we believe. Focus on what the Word says and we will have victory in every situation.

Once we begin to focus on the Word, faith develops within our spirit. Faith in the Word becomes the first response in our heart when challenges come. Faith is activated when we speak from our mouth the Word that is active in our heart, our words begin to agree with His Word.

“But without faith it is impossible to please him; for he that cometh to god must believe that he is, and he is rewarder of them that diligent seek him.” (Hebrew 11:6)

Bishop Jordan believes that the Word we continue to place in our heart through our eyes and our ears, the Word that we speak in agreement with Him, will increase our faith. WE may have been the worst worrier. We may have been someone who believes things would not change unless we change them our self. Or we may have been someone whose tendency has always been to just throw in the towel and give up.

To live by faith we have to give God His place in our life. God is not going to barge into our life and take over. God does not operate like the devil does. The devil is a liar and a thief. God comes into our life uninvited to kill and steal all he can from us.
He will do everything he can to keep us from the life of faith.

To Live with True Purity

From God’s perspective, purity involves much more than what we do in one area of our life, it has to with what we choose in very part of our life. Achieving true purity is possible, but not through our own efforts. We need to rely on Christ every day to empower us to live in purity. Then our quest for purity would not be frustrated by our failures, it will be a sign of Christ successful work within us.

Purity means choosing to love God more than we love anything or anyone else and expressing that love by wholehearted devoting our life to Him. It is important to pursue purity because the more pure we become, the more we will grow into the person He intends we become.

Learn whatever we can from arguments that may help us to grow spiritually. When dealing with our enemies, ask the Holy Spirit to guide us so that we can respond in the power of God’s love rather than react to what they have done to us. Choose to forgive them, pray for them and maintain healthy boundaries to protect our self from those who have not shown any remorse or change behavior toward us. Relate to strangers with kindness and grace, keeping in mind that every person is someone whom He love and made in God’s image.

Bishop Jordan believes that rather than relying on our own efforts to be good in order to achieve a pure life, base on our purity on our faith in God and love for Him. The more we trust Him to work in our life, the more pure we can become. Aim to develop a faith that obeys Him as a way of expressing love for Hod, does not run away from Him during tough circumstances, confess and repent of sin, surrender to His will, hopes only in Him rather than in anything the world offers, and spending significant time daily prayers, listening for what He has to say. Learn more about Bishop Jordan art of war, talk to Master prophet and get free written prophecy.

“Flee the evil desires of youth and pursue righteousness, faith, love and peace, along with those who call on the Lord out of a pure heart. Don’t have anything to do with foolish and stupids arguments, because you know they produce quarrels.” (Timothy 2:22-23)

Be True to Our Self

To be true to our self it take courage. It requires us to be introspective, sincere, open minded and fair. It does not mean that we are inconsiderate or disrespectful of others. It is means that we will not let others define us or make decision for us that we should make for our self. Be true to the very best that is in us and live our life consistent with our highest values and aspiration. Those who are most successful in life have dared to creatively express themselves and in turn, broaden the experience and perspective of everyone else.

“But the Lord said to Samuel, “Do not look on his appearance or on the height of his stature, because I have rejected him. For the Lord sees not as man sees: man looks on the outward appearance, but the Lord looks on the heart.” (1 Samuel 16:7)

This is not a judgment moment we should be concerned about and avoid, yet some of us act as if we ignore the soul’s needs and wants and disappointments it will eventually go away and leave us to fulfill the ego’s selfish desires. The problem with that approach is the soul is the life force we are using to exist, if it goes away, we start to lose the light we are using to exist in the physical realm.

That usually causes all kinds of problems too lengthen to discuss here. The dilemma here is the soul has an agenda and will go to great lengths to ensure the purpose of incarnation is being fulfilled. Those extremes can be quite complicated for the personality to experience especially if it has done a great job at ignoring soul needs and duties.

That usually causes all kinds of problems too lengthen to discuss here. The dilemma here is the soul has an agenda and will go to great lengths to ensure the purpose of incarnation is being fulfilled. Those extremes can be quite complicated for the personality to experience especially if it has done a great job at ignoring soul needs and duties.

It’s Time to Start Winning

1Are you carrying a heavy weight on your shoulders? Do you feel as though you’re losing every battle you face in life? This spiritual struggle that you are experiencing is a struggle that you can win at. God knows your potential and so he knows that you can become victorious in whatever obstacle you are facing!

God knows what you are going through and how you are struggling. You just have to realize that you have the power to overcome your life’s battles, because God is with you! Remember the story of Moses and Joshua? God used them as prophets to lead His people. God made sure that they are to overcome tough times because they carry His name. God led them to win many battles.

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A Forgiving Heart

As the follower of God, we can rejoice in suffering because of the the good work of the Lord intends to accomplish through it. When offenses usher us into the classroom of trials and tribulations, we have an opportunity to grow in maturity and be filled with a greater understanding of His love. Ask Him how God wants us to demonstrate His love to our offender. We should be able to invest in his life through prayer, words of affirmation acts of service or material gifts. Whether the offense was intentional or not, forgiveness enables us to have a greater concern for a person after he offends us than had before he offended us. It opens our heart to cooperating with the Lord in his life and our sincere love for him allows us to minister to him and help him mature.

“Instead, if your enemy is hungry, feed him; if he is thirsty, give him a drink. By doing this, you will pile burning coals of fire upon his head. Don’t be afraid by evil, but defeat evil with good.” (Romans 12:20-21)

An important aspect of forgiveness can be the ability to invest in the life of our offender. When we willingly give to an offender, He can supernaturally give us sincere love toward that person.

Bishop Jordan forgiveness and pardon are two separate issues. Forgiveness is a personal decision to release an offender from our condemnation. Pardon is a release from the legal penalties of an offense. We can forgive an offender and no longer hate him/her or wish him/her harm, but we cannot pardon him/her unless we have the authority to do. Christ is the greatest example of one who forgave a freely. In the midst of Christ suffering, Christ was not bitter toward those who beat Him and nailed Him to the cross. Christ knew they were carrying out the purpose of the Lord for his life. Christ chose to love instead of hate. Christ chose to trust and obey His Father rather than take vengeance on His enemies.

The Provision of God

Christ is God’s only provision for our sin. Through Him we can know and experience God’s love and plan for our life. Who is Jesus Christ? Why does He have the power to bridge this gap between a holy God and sinful people. Christ miraculous birth, the life He lived, the miracles He performed, the words He spoke, His death on the cross, His resurrection from the dead, His ascension into heaven, all demonstrate He was no mere man. Jesus is God. Receiving Christ begins by turning away from ourself, repenting of our sins, and turning to God. It involves trusting Christ to come into our life, to forgive our sin, and to make us the person He wants us to be.

Bishop Jordan believes that our life may be pictured in one of two ways. If we are living a self directed life, we can control our interests. This kind of life always results in discord and frustration.Our lives parallel that of a caterpillar crawling in the dust – an ugly, hairy worm. One day this worm weaves a cocoon about its body. From this cocoon emerges a beautiful butterfly. We do not understand fully what has taken place. We realize only that, where once a worm crawled in the dust, now a butterfly soars in the air.

“ If any man speak, as the oracles off God; if any man minister, as of the ability which God giveth: that God an all things may be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom be praise and dominion for ever and ever. Amen.” ( 1 Peter 4:11)

So it is in the lives of Christians. Where once we lived on the lowest level as sinful, self centered individuals, now as we trust and obey God, we dwell on the highest plane, experiencing full and abundant lives as children of God. This life begins by receiving Christ into our life as our Savior and Lord.

His Love Prevails

Christ makes it perfectly clear. We are to love the Lord our God with all our hearts, soul, and mind, we are to love our neighbors as we ourself. These are the greatest commandments. As son and daughters of God, we know we have many things promised to us in God’s word but sometimes it might be hard for us to believe we personally deserve God’s promises in our life. Perhaps we done something or are doing something we know is not accordance with God’sword. Perhaps we have caused someone to suffer pain. Perhaps someone has caused us suffering.

“For if our heart condemn us, God is greater than our heart, and knoweth all things.” (1John 3:20) Bishop Jordan believes that even when our very own hearts are condemning us, He is greater than our hearts and knows all things,no matter how we see ourself, no matter what we done or what has been done to us.God sees us as righteous and accepted through the accomplishments of Christ. We are holy and without blame before God. In love, He predestinated us to be His children, according to the good pleasure of His will. We are accepted in the beloved, or in the beloved one, Christ. This how He perceives us and there is nothing we can do to change that fact He’s will for our life is not for us to sit in the mistakes and pain of ur past and our present, in brokenness or in defeat. He’s will is not for us to allow in shame or guilt or self condemnation. He wants us to have a happy, prospering, joyful life now. Let’s press toward the mark for the prize of the calling of God in Christ

Do you Know Who You Are?

Do we honestly know ourselves? Do we sometimes wonder why we act the way we  do? We might say we are children of God, but are we really are? Are we spreading  His Word? Are we acting like His children? Are we living the life God wants us to live?

Every one needs to know the purpose of being in this world. Every one needs to feel their value as a person. Most of us want to fell loved, valued and appreciated. We have been searching for all these things in our lives and that is why we also search our worth and our place in this lifetime. We all need to find why we are all here. The truth is, there is no one else that loves us more than God even though sometimes we are heading to the right track and do bad things. No matter how mess up we are, God will still show us His love. The value that God has given us is great. God has created each and everyone of us uniquely and nobody is exactly the way we are. When we discover who we truly are, we will know that because we will experience true happiness.

Perhaps the power of prophecy can help us know ourselves better than we already have. Bishop Jordan ever it is that you might need. There are lots of hindrances that may stop us from knowing ourselves. We might feel fear,self pity, worry, insecurity,shyness, inferiority, rejection, shame, guilt, depression, jealousy, envy,rebellion, manipulation, lying, etc..

Of there is rejection in your life, you might pull away from your faith in God as this will weaken your emotion and you might feel negative emotions and constantly be afraid that there might be another rejection to come your way

Fear God

If ever a time you truly need to fear God, it is now. If we truly realize that it is God who made us and who is keeping us alive, we would then see the importance of fearing God and giving Him thanks and praise by living our life for Him. If for some reason the devil has deceived us into thinking or living as if we made our self, we will neither have regard for God nor man.

The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom, and knowledge of the Holy One is understanding.” (Proverbs 9:10)

People who do not fear Him have the tendency to swear and take the Lord’s name in vain. It is only mercies of Him that some people are still alive, still sane, still have a family, still have a job, still have a home, still have a peace, still have good health and strength. And yet in spite of all this many refuse to fear God. Others think that only fools believe in God then of course there are those who say that there is no God. People who fear Him hate evil and the evil way. It is because there is a deep conviction within that there is accountability and responsibility for all actions.

Bishop Jordan believes that each one of us should be mindful of what you say and do and the way you treat others. Those who do not fear Him look around but those who fear Him look up. He is all knowing, all powerful, all seeing and God is everywhere. Some have acquired wealth, riches, position and possessions because of unscrupulous and evil means. They took no thought of who they had to trample or what they had to do get what they wanted or who they wanted, for the fear of God is not them. However such people need to realize that pay day is coming for
them.

Turn Things Around

1Tired and completely frustrated with always losing in life? Do people always do better than you? Has your competition put you down time and time again? Life is a battlefield, and if you feel like you haven’t been victorious lately, Bishop Jordan’s book, The Spiritual Art of War can help you in starting your journey to victory.

The Spiritual Art of War is a book of strategy, which helps you in achieving victory and success in your life and business. How has your career been? How are things with your family at home? Has your business been falling? It’s time that you learn from the Sun Tzu-inspired book and start turning things around for the better. Learn the strategies that were used during the time of war and apply in your life’s battles.

You might be struggling with a war in your relationships, work, business or home. This book will guide you through God’s Word and Sun Tzu’s war strategies. You might be forgetting that God is the Master Strategist. He is the Master of your life and He controls it! Let Him make you victorious and start living the life that you have always wanted. Click here to read The Spiritual Art of War today!

How To Be Happy

“But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed.”(Isaiah 53:5)

For most people, however, happiness is elusive. To make it even more elusive, many Christians have been told that holiness and happiness just do not go together. That is because in the church, there has been an emphasis placed on Jesus as a man of sorrows, acquainted with grief.

Today people think happiness is a result, instead of a choice. We believe that if we do not have any problems and if we had an abundance of good things, happiness would be the inevitable result.

Happiness is not a state of being; it is a state of mind. A person can be happy when everyone and everything around them is in turmoil. We can be content no matter what the financial or physical conditions might be. True happiness and contentment is dependent upon circumstances.

When God and others are more important to us than our self, then we are well on our way to happiness. But if we are all wrapped up in our self, we make a very small package. And therein lies the number one obstacle to contentment and happiness

.We can never truly satisfy self. We just have to deny it. We have to die to self and place Bishop Jordan believes that God and others ahead of self. That’s easier said than done, but once we die to ourselves, happiness is just around the corner.Your future is so bright, you have to squint to look at it. All the sufferings of this life are short and insignificant compared to eternity and all the pleasures the Lord has in store for us. Keeping this in mind will shrink our problems down to a manageable size.