AN ICY MIX blanketed Broken Arrow during Winter Bible Seminar. However, freezing temperatures could not dampen the fire of revival that burned on the Rhema campus. At times the Rhema Church auditorium felt charged with electricity as the Word came forth. All the messages were designed to help the Rhema family successfully navigate the last days. Healings were wrought, hearts were strengthened, and believers left empowered by the Spirit to do what God called them to do.
Make plans to join us next year for Winter Bible Seminar and Rhema Homecoming, February 19–24. Here are some highlights from the week.
Winning With Faith and Love
“If we want victory in our lives, our faith must work by love. Mixing faith with God’s love makes a spiritual force that cannot be conquered. The Lord told me once that people in the faith camp are not missing it in their operation of faith. They miss it in not knowing how or refusing to walk in love. Not walking in love causes people to walk in defeat and failure. Troubles and trials knock on everybody’s door. Sometimes it’s physical symptoms or financial problems. But sometimes, it’s people who come against us. When that happens, we must walk in love. We have to understand the devastating effect of unforgiveness and hatred in our hearts and what it will cost. Walking out of love hinders our faith. If your faith doesn’t seem to be working, check up on your love walk.” // Kenneth W. Hagin
“The Apostle Paul tells us to pray at all times (Eph. 6:18). He knew the significance of praying always. One of my mandates is to emphasize the importance of always praying. We can be so busy and condemn ourselves because we haven’t spent an hour in uninterrupted prayer. I don’t make light of the fact that we should spend uninterrupted time in prayer, but we can pray always. We can be in the Spirit at all times. God depends on His children to bring His will on the earth. It’s through prayer that His will is done. But how much are we praying? I hear people say they don’t like what’s going on in the world. But what are we doing about it? If we want things to change, we must continue to pray. Not just a little prayer but fervent prayers.” // Lynette Hagin
“For 2022, the Lord gave me Ephesians 3:20: ‘Now to Him who is able to do exceedingly abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that works in us’ (NKJV). The Lord told me that people like to claim this verse, but they’re not asking or thinking anything. I have a big imagination. So I’ve been asking God for things that never in my wildest dreams did I ever think I would ask for. God is saying that He wants to give us exceedingly above our wildest dreams. Ephesians 3:20 doesn’t just apply to finances. It applies to every area of our lives. And it applies to the 5.8 billion people who need to be saved. God wants a superabundant harvest. So go out and touch the lost and dying world like never before.” // Craig W. Hagin
The Power in Corporate Prayer
“There is a lot of power in corporate prayer. Not only does the Holy Spirit show up, but we are filled with boldness to speak the Word. We need boldness in these last days. The Lord dropped in my heart that we need to go deeper in prayer and pray Holy Spirit strategies. It’s going to take Holy Spirit strategies to navigate the End Times. To pray Holy Spirit strategies, we have to pray in the Spirit and get in tune with Him because He prays out God’s perfect will. It’s going to take those who are willing to go a whole lot deeper. If we can hook up in unity and go deeper, imagine the results it will produce! It’s bigger than you or me. And it will take everyone coming together in unity and harmony.” // Denise Hagin Burns
“Winter Bible has been a great time of rest but also preparation. There’s a lot of impartation going on. I’m getting strengthened and built up. I can’t wait for next year.” // Kaden, Norfolk, NE
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