Rabbi Curt Landry shares some key biblical insights for a time such as this with Dr. Steve Greene on a recent episode of the Greenelines podcast. Landry recounts the story in Joshua 5:13 where Joshua asks the captain of the Lord’s army, “Are you for us or for our enemies?” (Josh. 5:13b).
In my recent interview with Pastor Sam Rodriguez, he deployed a biblical metaphor to describe our plight. He said, “Every single person on this planet is either in Egypt, the desert or the promised land. The majority of people do not die in Egypt. They die in the desert, in failure mode. The vast majority of people never make it out of the desert; they die in survival mode.”
In a recent episode of the Greenelines podcast on the Charisma Podcast Network with author Susannah B. Lewis, we discussed many topics from her book, How May I Offend You Today? Lewis offers “rants and revelations from a not-so-proper Southern lady,” and opines with great clarity about “nipping gossip in the bud.”
We must be careful in applying the term “legend” to the life of any man or woman. This label has been applied to those living and deceased from each of the seven mountains. Please insert your list of legends here. But remember, a man can be labeled “legendary” for a life not so well lived. …
Films such as I Can Only Imagine, Unplanned and Stronger Than Carr have drawn audiences in search of quality films. Executive producer and filmmaker Joe Knopp, as well as producer Joy Thayer, joined me in a recent Greenelines podcast to discuss their newest film feature to be released on Oct. 1, 2020.
Sure, there were false prophets who bellowed their personal agendas, but most were easily discerned and dispatched. There was one true litmus test to the prophetic, and the test still applies today. In a recent Greenelines podcast, Jennifer Eivaz spoke about the prophetic and her book Prophetic Secrets.
“Instead of analyzing the presence of God, I just focused on what Holy Spirit was doing in me. His love was speaking to me,” Barberio explained. She spoke about the heart in a recent Greenelines podcast on the Charisma Podcast Network. I learned that what the Bible calls “the heart” may not be the blood-pumping organ located in our upper chest.