Greetings, Salutations, Solutions, Felicitations, etc., etc., etc., ad infinitum! That ought to fire up your juices today! Oh, and it is very, very dark-roasted Colombian in both the French Press and the Expresso Machine today. Come on by and have a cup with me.
Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning! How you be this fine day? Coffee's on. Mine's poured. I'm just kinda sittin' here, enjoyin' the wonderful aroma from those dark roasted Colombian beans. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm............................
Great getting' up mornin' to ye, Folks! Blessin's on Ye! There, how's that for a good morning greeting. Awwww, well... Anyway...grab that fresh cup of coffee from your French Press coffee maker, or that cup of super hot Expresso.
And a Gooooooodddd Morrrrrrrnnnnniiinnnnggg to you! Yup. It is! And I'm already into my second cup of French Roasted Columbian Supremo -- made in the French Press, of course. Got yours, yet? Well whaddaya waitin' for? Christmas? (oooopppsss...that's just around the corner.) Hehehehehehe........
Greetings & Salutations! Got that first cup of good, dark-roasted Columbian Supremo poured, yet? We will continue today with the discussion we began in our last Coffee Break, but before we do, let's do a little housekeeping, first.
Howdy! How are you doing this absolutely spectacular day? We're continuing in somewhat the same prophetic vein of the previous two Coffee Breaks, and I want to take up a theme of prayer and fasting within the realm of intercession as it relates to government and our responsibility as believers in Jesus Christ.
Good Morning! Today's Coffee Break is somewhat of a follow-up to our last post titled: 2012. Some clarifications are in order, and I'd like to encourage all those of you who believed or hoped (as I must confess I did) that John McCain would be elected.
Greetings and Salutations! Most folks who've known me over a period of many years know that my primary ministry tends to be prophetic in nature with a strong emphasis on teaching. Many of the Coffee Breaks have a prophetic element in them, but I can't recall ever actually sending out one of these posts as a Word of Prophecy. This Coffee Break, therefore, will be quite different from any you may have read.
Some folks have taken offense to my discussions concerning this (and past) elections, and one reader even suggested that I was "politicizing the Lord" with my commentary. It's a shame when folks only see the commentary from a "conservative" or "liberal" point of view instead of recognizing the spiritual consequences of our choices.
Dutch Sheets is a brother in the Lord whom I first met some 26 or 27 years ago. He was already a man of great wisdom and integrity in God when I first met him, and in the years that have passed, he has grown into a prophet, pastor and teacher of some considerable renown.