For those who are considering abortion.
If you are pregnant with unplanned, or unwanted baby, listen to this song and think. Abortion is murder, no matter how you are trying to explain it away. When you do it, you get the spirit of murder who is allowed to torment you and control you in many ways. A precious baby is a human being created by God with a soul, he or she is a gift from God. Do not ever think about killing it, the baby is a miracle, amazing creation coming from heaven with such amazing love and trust in you. If you are a man trying to talk your woman into an abortion – which is a terribly cruel murder, you are also responsible before God for murder, you are taking part in the murder of your own child and you will be judged for it. Also, you will get an evil spirit of murder. I warn you, do not do it, there are ways to help people like this, and God will never abandon a pregnant woman, He will help her to bring this child up. If you need to talk or you need help contact me, please, we will pray together. And now, listen to this amazing song by a Christian brother, hopefully, it will touch your heart.
Psalm 23 to Amazing Grace, The Isle of Harris, old-style holy singing by the Scots
The Scottish Psalter version.
1 The Lord’s my shephard, I’ll not want.
2 He makes me down to lie In pastures green: he leadeth me the quiet waters by.
3 My soul he doth restore again; and me to walk doth make Within the paths of righteousness, ev’n for his own name’s sake.
4 Yea, though I walk in death’s dark vale, yet will I fear none ill: For thou art with me; and thy rod and staff me comfort still.
5 My table thou hast furnished in presence of my foes; My head thou dost with oil anoint, and my cup overflows. 6 Goodness and mercy all my life shall surely follow me: And in God’s house for evermore my dwelling-place shall be.
Deliverance from tattoo demons and satanic blood covenants. Jesus Christ is Lord of lords and King of kings. The blood of Jesus cleanses us from all sins.
Tattoos are demonic, no matter how much you are convinced that a little flower on your leg is OK, all kinds of tattoos are demonic. If you are in some troubles, pains or any other kind of torment listen to this teaching, you will find out why it is wrong to have tattoos on your body. Repent and ask God to forgive you for your sins.
The Original Revival Hymn. The Isle of Lewis in Scotland.
This is an account of an amazing event that happened in the isle of Lewis in Scotland in 1949. Hopefully, you will get convicted and will start your prayer for God’s mercy and revival in your land, for pouring of the Holy Spirit over your town, city and nation. Even if the judgement of God has already started we still have a chance to pray to the Lord for mercy and stopping the terrible plague which is killing people globally. If we ask that the Lord gives us more time, pray for salvation and the power of conviction coming over the unsaved people so that they will repent and come to their senses, there is a chance that God will grant us our request. Why not start praying, fasting and pleading with the Lord instead of waiting for the doom and terrible drama and doing nothing? Isn’t it a duty of every Christian to pray? God answered several times to prayers of His people in the past, including stopping the plague.
If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.
2 Chronicles 7:14
Arise, cry out in the night,
as the watches of the night begin;
pour out your heart like water
in the presence of the Lord.
Lift up your hands to him
for the lives of your children,
who faint from hunger
at every street corner.
In 1949, Campbell felt called to rejoin the Faith Mission, which provided him with a house in Edinburgh. However, his ministry took him back to Skye, where he had worked 25 years before, travelling to and from Edinburgh by motorcycle. This work was successful, leading to people being converted to Christ. He was thoroughly engaged in that work when he received the call to go to the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. He initially resisted this call, but doors closed in Skye, opening the opportunity for him to go.
The call came from the Reverend James Murray MacKay, at the prompting of two Gaelic-speaking sisters in their eighties, who had been praying for revival. It was only at the third invitation that Campbell accepted. Over the following years he traveled from village to village preaching with many people being converted.
On one occasion Campbell was the main preacher at the Faith Mission Convention at Hamilton Road Presbyterian Church in Bangor, Northern Ireland, when he suddenly felt that he must leave at once, despite being engaged to speak at the closing meeting there the next day. He went (according to the call) to the island of Berneray off Harris, where he met an elder of the local church (then without a minister), who was so convinced that Campbell was coming that he had already announced the meetings at which Campbell was to preach. After several days of meetings, suddenly the island was gripped with a new awareness of God.
After unreliable reports of events on Lewis, he published a booklet, The Lewis Awakening, as an official account of this revival.
Campbell was outspoken about two aspects of the work of the Holy Spirit. The first was that, in his view, a true revival was a move of God that affected, not only church members, but the surrounding community in a way that was visible to all parties concerned (work stopping, bars closing, crime ceasing, etc.). The second was the definite and profound experience of the baptism of the Holy Ghost subsequent to conversion.
His practice in evangelistic meetings was not to make the usual altar call, but to invite people to come to another room to pray and seek God. In his ministry in Lewis, he sought to transcend denominational boundaries, but this was at times difficult.
Duncan Campbell was, before everything else, a man of prayer and almost invariably started the day with a period of prayer and study of the Bible. (Wikipedia)