I want to focus on the fifth of these Seven Spirits of God: The Spirit of Grace and Supplications. The Hebrew word, chen, (pronounced, khane) which is derived from chanan, is both "grace," and "supplications." It represents: grace, graciousness, to have mercy upon, to make entreaty or supplication on behalf of.
As I was spending time in meditation before the Lord, the Holy Spirit began downloading revelation concerning the Spirit of Knowledge and the Fear of the Lord, so that’s where we’re going with today’s discussion.
For the third time, we take a look at the Seven Spirits of God, and the foundation for understanding them as inherent in the character and nature of God as revealed in the Word. Let me take a few minutes to break out each of the scriptures that express the Seven Spirits of God. This may be a little repetitious, but you all know the principle of 6 in the human frame.
Few subjects appear in the Word as frequently as that of Wisdom, and Understanding is not far behind. Scriptures that talk about Wisdom appear 222 times and Scriptures that deal with Understanding appear 156 times.
Have you ever noticed how many times we see the number Seven in the Word? Seven is a number in Scripture which metaphorically represents completeness — a finishing of something.
Greetings to you, Oh Great, Wise, and Illustrious Ones! When's the last time you had a Good Morning greeting like that! Coffee’s poured. Mmmmmm….. Love that aroma! Double Roast French Roast from Winco Foods, thanks to Rich! Come and join me!
Much change is in the wind -- not just for the body of Christ -- but for us as a family. I've periodically shared our plan and intention of returning to Alaska.
This past week I had an experience in which I was transported to Heaven. I was taken to an area in which angelic beings were preparing white robes for the Bride of Christ.
Good Morning, Good Morning, Good Morning! And the best day of your life to you!
Felicitations and Blessings! Before I get into today's Coffee Break, I have an issue that needs attention. One of our primary forums for publishing these posts -- Multiply.com -- has decided to cease operating in its present form.