Revealing the truth about Jude 1 by Denise N. Fyffe

A false teacher is often not a simple man who walks off the street and immediately gains access to your ears, heart and pulpit. For this man would have to prove himself, right? The false teacher is oftentimes someone who has a platform, has some level of authority and are role models.

For the bible says, in Jude 1:8 “… these people—who claim authority from their dreams—live immoral lives, defy authority, and scoff at supernatural beings.

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The Danger of False Teachers

Even in the time of Jude, false teachers attempted and often succeeded in supplanting themselves in God’s church.

ContendingForTheFaith-Jude1_1 image courtesy of southlandbible-org False Teachers contending For The Faith -Jude1_1 image courtesy of southlandbible-org

The directions given by the Holy Spirit through the servant Jude, was to all Christian saints. Both in the past, present day and definitely in the future. (Jude 1:1)

Jude was highly aware of how devastating this strategic attack of the enemy is. He asked for mercy, peace and love to abound in the churches that fall prey to this type of attack. This is especially needed not only because of the devastation to the spiritual conditions of the followers, but love is required in dealing with the individual or persons.

If a church is not equipped with the weapons of spiritual warfare, then Love, Christ Jesus, is more than enough to do, more than…

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Revealing the truth about Isaiah 50 by Denise N. Fyffe

In these few verses you will find the answer for how we come to be in the state that we are in. God never turns His back on His children. It is we who turn away from Him. He asks “Was your mother sent away because I divorced her?” Did He remove our provisions, the place and the ones who looked after us, who nourished us? No.

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1 This is what the Lord says: “Was your mother sent away because I divorced her? Did I sell you as slaves to my creditors? No, you were sold because of your sins. And your mother, too, was taken because of your sins. Why was no one there when I came? Why didn’t anyone answer when I called? Is it because I have no power to rescue? No, that is not the reason! For I can speak to the sea and make it dry up! I can turn rivers into deserts covered with dying fish. I dress the skies in darkness,covering them with clothes of mourning.”Isaiah 50:1-3

This is what the Lord revealed to me:

Isaiah 50 image courtesy of biblepicIn these few verses you will find the answer for how we come to be in the state that we are in. God never turns His back on His children. It…

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Deuteronomy 15, Jamaica’s Road Map for release from Poverty by Denise N. Fyffe

Deuteronomy 15 was a command given by God to the Israelites; it is also a list of key principles which can help to stave off poverty.

Jamaica, as well as many other third world nations are intimately familiar with poverty. Partly because we have long walked away from the practices that have served our forefathers. Mind you, black people on this side of the hemisphere have had their inheritance and cultural practices stolen from them. How could we then remember what we didn’t get to experience, because of slavery?

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Release for Debtors

1 At the end of every seventh year you must cancel the debts of everyone who owes you money.

2 This is how it must be done. Everyone must cancel the loans they have made to their fellow Israelites. They must not demand payment from their neighbors or relatives, for the lord’s time of release has arrived.

3 This release from debt, however, applies only to your fellow Israelites—not to the foreigners living among you.

4 There should be no poor among you, for the lord your God will greatly bless you in the land he is giving you as a special possession.

5 You will receive this blessing if you are careful to obey all the commands of the lord your God that I am giving you today.

6 The lord your God will bless you as he has promised. You will lend money to many…

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Revealing the truth about Psalms 11 by Denise N. Fyffe

A few weeks ago, I had a dream. I only remember the latter parts. In this dream, my family and I were running through our backyard, which had many trees. From the shadows and higher ground, my adversaries/demons, the spiritual things were shooting arrows and we were running for our lives. I had to hide behind trees, but there were times when I was exposed. Though I did not feel the impact of the arrows, I knew some made contact.

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1 I trust in the lord for protection. So why do you say to me,
“Fly like a bird to the mountains for safety!
2 The wicked are stringing their bows and fitting their arrows on the bowstrings.
They shoot from the shadows at those whose hearts are right.
3 The foundations of law and order have collapsed. What can the righteous do?”
4 But the lord is in his holy Temple; the lord still rules from heaven.
He watches everyone closely, examining every person on earth.
5 The lord examines both the righteous and the wicked. He hates those who love violence.
6 He will rain down blazing coals and burning sulfur on the wicked, punishing them with scorching winds.
7 For the righteous lord loves justice. The virtuous will see his face.”
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This is what the Lord revealed to me:

Dream

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Revealing the truth about Healing to the Jamaican churches – Part 3 by Denise N. Fyffe

All humans born and who existed after the fall of Adam and Eve into sin, have been subjected to the curse of sin. That is, death, sickness and oppression of our mortal flesh. This was not the original intent of Yahweh when He made us. His intent was for us to live in paradise with all our needs provided for. His intent was for us to live happily and enjoy the relationships we developed with our chosen mates and children. His intent was for us to live a life without sin.

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John-10-10Identifying the Facts

The bible says, in

John 10:10 ‘The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly..’

All humans born and who existed after the fall of Adam and Eve into sin, have been subjected to the curse of sin. That is, death, sickness and oppression of our mortal flesh. This was not the original intent of Yahweh when He made us. His intent was for us to live in paradise with all our needs provided for. His intent was for us to live happily and enjoy the relationships we developed with our chosen mates and children. His intent was for us to live a life without sin.

Fact #1 – The Thief, comes to kill and destroy

Lucifer interfered…

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Revealing the truth about Healing to the Jamaican churches – Part 2 by Denise N. Fyffe

People, ministers, pastors, saints, the wise and the foolish, cast their aspirations and opinions about this matter. They prescribe intellectual explanations as to why healing is not manifesting in Jamaican churches. One such, is that ‘The need is not great‘. Are you saying that the illnesses, suffering and oppression that happen to Jamaican people are no more important than those of the people in the churches of the United States or Nigeria, where there are active healing ministries? Are their needs more important than those here in Jamaica?

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Identifying the Myths, Lies and Doubt

The bible says, in

John 3:16-17 ‘16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. 17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world; but that the world through him might be saved.’

This is a clear demonstration of the extent of God’s love for humanity. Not just collectively, but He loves you and me as individuals, equally. He cares about our every needs and wants; whether we are hungry, clothed, sheltered, happy, sad, sick or healthy. He cares about whether we have a job and about every other desire in our heart. If God loves us so much that He gave His ‘only begotten Son’, why then would He withhold His healing from those He loves? Obviously, there are stipulations for…

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Musings 2015.2 – The Willie Lynch Syndrome

It is not beneath us to respect one another; young to old, man to woman, friend to foe.

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The Willie Lynch Syndrome

It is not beneath us to respect one another; young to old, man to woman, friend to foe.

Today, I was in the Old Hope Road KFC waiting at the counter for my number to be called.

The server said, 428 and a short, dark man, walking with a agitated stride which caused him to take up more space than normal, answered and came up. He accidentally brushed a younger guy and this ensued into an argument.

Young man: “A di second time yuh a brush me. Me nuh waan nuh man brush pan me man.”

Older man: “Whappen to yuh star? Wah yuh problem?”

Young man: “Yuh see me love man. Don’t brush pan me again star.”

Older man: “Yow a who yuh a talk bout love man. Hey bwoy?”

Of course, di argument escalated to both chucking badness and who have dem gun an…

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Musings 2015.1 – Internal Struggles

By: Denise N. Fyffe

There are moments in life when you hit a wall and you just can’t get over it.

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There are moments in life when you hit a wall and you just can’t get over it. These moments can cause a cataclysm of emotions to erupt in the mind and when no answer can be found, frustration erodes the swallow layers of the self. It is then one must dig to the depths to see who we are.

Unfortunately, many such moments are found in life and truth be told, there are many layers to unearth.

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Think on these things: Living As If You Were Dead

What are the things that arouse the strongest emotions in you? Perhaps it is a rude motorist who cuts you off in traffic. Perhaps it is the anger you feel when you are wrongfully accused. Perhaps it is frustration that results from not having enough money to meet perceived needs. When do emotions turn into sin? Anger itself is not sin. Jesus had righteous anger when they sold doves in the temple.

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“In the same way, count yourselves dead to sin but alive to God in Christ Jesus.” Romans 6:11

What are the things that arouse the strongest emotions in you? Perhaps it is a rude motorist who cuts you off in traffic. Perhaps it is the anger you feel when you are wrongfully accused. Perhaps it is frustration that results from not having enough money to meet perceived needs. When do emotions turn into sin? Anger itself is not sin. Jesus had righteous anger when they sold doves in the temple.

Whenever our peace is upset over events and circumstances in life, we have moved past emotions into sin. Sin says that circumstances of life now dictate anxiety, worry, fear, or anger. Consider the attributes of a dead man. He does not get angry when slandered. He does not worry about the future. He does not fear what can be done…

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Erica Campbell, What do you seek Fame, Fortune or God’s Favour by Denise N. Fyffe

The Mary Mary reality show is both entertaining and revealing. It gives you full access to the Gospel duos lives without restriction. This is the fourth season of the show and all good behaviour has been thrown out the window and the real character of the casts are shining bright for all to see.

I have already addressed the blatant character flaws of Erica’s sister, Tina Campbell in another article; but now I would like to discuss those which are jeopardising the health, family life and spiritual standing of Erica Campbell.

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33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you..-Matthew 6:33 (KJV)

The Mary Mary reality show is both entertaining and revealing. It gives you full access to the Gospel duos lives without restriction. This is the fourth season of the show and all good behaviour has been thrown out the window and the real character of the casts are shining bright for all to see.

I have already addressed the blatant character flaws of Erica’s sister, Tina Campbell in another article; but now I would like to discuss those which are jeopardising the health, family life and spiritual standing of Erica Campbell.

The ‘I need a little more Jesus’ singer has a lovely personality. She is warm, engaging, forgiving, and compassionate. Erica Campbell sacrifices her own needs most of the time, for those of others. She is yielding…

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