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In this season, now more than ever, it’s important to align with the right “generals” in the body of Christ. When the 12 spies returned from scoping out the promised land, they all saw the same thing but only two had the perspective that God would fulfill his promise. The Israelites aligned with the wrong…

ReleaseWorship

Jan shares a substantial prophetic word about worship and how the role worship plays in our lives will be amplified in this upcoming season. Worship leaders will be given unique sounds for unique moments uniquely for the group of which they are in the midst and these new sounds, when released, will have supernatural ramifications. Worshippers will…

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A follow up to last week’s teaching, members of Forge share how the revelation released just a week ago came to pass in their own lives regarding provision. Furthermore, we examine how the supernatural ways of giving-receiving are manifest in the Old Testament encounter between Rebekah and the Abraham’s servant, who was in search of…

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When Peter and Jesus need to pay the temple tax, Jesus has Peter throw a line into the water to catch a fish. What happens next reveals the ways of God pertaining to episodes of need and lack in our own lives. More specifically, it reveals how extraordinary provision can come in the context of how…

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Jan shares more about the giving-receiving cycle out of Acts 10 – the episode of Peter and the Roman centurion, Cornelius. Giving is an entry point into the giving receiving ways of the Kingdom, in the case of Cornelius his own giving enabled an encounter with Peter – one that would have a profound impact…

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The story of Widow at Zarephath is an Old Testament example of the giving-receiving cycle in the Kingdom. God wanted to provide for a widow who was down to her last meal, so He gives her an opportunity to give it away to the prophet Elijah who arrives at her doorstep. What happens next demonstrates…

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Jan again shares from Philippians 4 and the insights about giving-receiving in the Kingdom. She also highlights a potential connection between the giving that we engage in and the life of Christ that flows through our own walks.

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The opportunity Paul presents to the Phillippian church goes far beyond financial assistance. In giving, the Phillippians are entering into the Giving-Receiving process of all the aspects of the Kingdom, beyond just the materialistic. The notion of giving-receiving is about walking into the cycle of unending provision of the very life of Christ himself that’s based…

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