State Fair Gospel

Finding God's people by telling them the gospel (good news) of what Jesus did so we could enjoy the same relationship with the Father that He does.

We want to connect with others who have a desire to represent the Father as Ambassadors of the Gospel and live like sons of the House of God. We are also looking for those who want to come up higher in the call of God for their life.

Mission: Help people discover the reason the Creator created them. To help them answer the question: WHY AM I HERE?? To help them discover how to be among the Happiest People on Earth!!

[03/11/20]   THE POWER OF IMAGINATION (Part 13)

The thankful heart does not create but helps us find God’s omnipresence once we are awaken and regenerated from our mortal slumber.

Imagination is not the same thing as faith. Imagination develops unreal images that are created in the mind and then attempts to bring their existence into reality. Faith does not create; it simply releases what is already there in the invisible realms to manifest. There is a reckoning that must take place in the heart of the believer that recognizes the things they have suffered in life are nothing to compare to the great glory that will be revealed and given to them. The concrete natural and vaporous spiritual worlds are both real. They wait for us to realize that we are the sons of God, called to manifest His powerful presence, transformed as His children doing the greater works.

The invisible spiritual realm of faith is always here, presently bidding us to trust its vaporous appearing; placing it on a superior platform to the natural world we live in, to continually observe and experience life through our senses.

Repentance removes the scales from our eyes so the invisible realm can begin to come into a focused reality. The natural is the enemy of the divine supernatural, the invisible wars with the visible, the real battles with the imagined and the temporal fades in the presence of the eternal. The believer lives a life that places their faith in the unseen. He that comes to God must believe that He is. God is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him.

The power of the Scripture releases truths that continually manifest when they are mixed with faith beholding God’s light. Reality is God! Believing in God, who is three persons in One, also enables us to believe in Jesus and the Holy Spirit. To follow God in His kingdom we must develop the sensitivity of our spirit to follow His gentle promptings. God’s kingdom is now; it is presently within us, not reserved for some far off future time. We are come unto the city of a living powerful God, surrounded by an innumerable company of angels and the spirits of just men in the great cloud of witnesses.

The soul sees with spirit eyes and the soul hears with spirit ears. The soul touches with the feelings of compassion and heals with the power of God’s might. The more we attune our spiritual senses on being obedient to God’s Word the more precise they become. The Word of God will purify our heart to taste and see the goodness of God in the land of the living.

God’s true light energy and power is released within us to shine a constant beacon that guides others to His eternal presence. God is here. The presence of God dwells in the heart of His creation. David wrote “Where shall I go from Your presence?” Paul assured us that “God is not far from every one of us, for in God we thrive and progress and have our existence.” Each one of us must come to the realization that God is always present yet we continue to cry out like Jacob, “Surely the Lord is in this place; and I knew it not!”

The presence and manifestation of God are different. God is continually present even when we are not aware of His presence. God is made manifest showing us the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit when we become totally aware of and surrender to His presence. The manifest presence of God allows the believer to exhibit the radiant power of God in great exploits. Their countenance will shine with the light of God’s glory as Moses’ did when they encounter God face to face.

We are successful in our pursuit to know God simply because His glorious manifested presence overshadows us. God is nearer than our breath and every concealed thought. To know God one must first hunger for His presence and then seek His face. Ask God to heal the blind eyes so they see and the deaf ears so they hear the still small whispers of His voice. When we see God’s hand move and we hear His voice speaking to us we are able to break out of the timidity that demands conformity to the world. Stand up, trust and obey, seek His face and shout God’s grace from the roof tops. We are created in God’s image. We have the ability to know Him if we will respond to the leading of the Holy Spirit in faith, love and practice. “But I will surely hide My face, stay out of their lives, look the other way and refuse to help them in that day because of all the evil which they have done, for they have chosen to rebel, they have turned upside down and worship other gods.” (Deuteronomy 31:18 Author’s paraphrase)

The Hebrew word cathar (saw-thar’) means to hide or draw away, shelter, and conceal, to protect or keep secret, to retreat from being intimate. We are surrounded by an evil, rebellious generation that praises evil calling it good.

Children love to play ‘hide-and-seek’ as long as they are sought and found. How quickly this childhood game could turn bad insuring the child would experience feelings of rejection and abandonment if the hidden one was not hunted. Imagine being concealed in your hiding place for hours with no motion of relief. Contemplate the pain of discovering you were not desired enough to be sought out but were easily forgotten while the supposed suitors entertained themselves with some other lesser focus.

God has hidden His beautiful face and Shekinah glory in darkness, but very few seek to find Him. When we place our trust in anything other than God, we abandon God in His secret hiding place as a rejected lover. When we miss God’s abiding presence we frantically begin our search for Him again. David said it best, “God, when you show me favor I am strong and fortified like a mountain. But, when You hide Your face from me I am suddenly struck with terror.” (Psalms 30:8 Author’s Paraphrase)

When we neglect seeking God, we reject God and the secrets He longs to share with us. God remains hidden from us to weep and grieve as Joseph had to retreat from the presence of his brothers to release the grief he felt from their betrayal. God hides from us when we break His heart until we repent and seek His face again.

God’s existence will cause His most excellent harmonies to fill our life and imagination.

The greatest power in the universe is love,

Dr. Barbie L. Breathitt
President, Breath of the Spirit Ministries

[03/10/20]   Tony Evans
In your detours, remember that God is divine, but you are not. Emotions will go up and down, doubt is a natural response to life’s trials and God is a big God, he can take our words. But also remember as you face these feelings in the darkness of the deepest pit that God uses tests and trials – even detours – for our ultimate good. Ask Him in those times to help your unbelief and to give you trust. Ask Him to open your eyes to see spiritually beyond the physical. Ask Him to show you what He is trying to improve. Like a hot iron on a wrinkled shirt, the heat produces something good.

[03/09/20]   www.livingwaters.com
God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked. He is not willing that any perish, but that all come to repentance (see 2 Pet. 3:9). This is why it is biblical to tell sinners that God does not want them to go to hell. It is not His will. He does not send anyone to hell, in the same way a righteous judge does not delight to send anyone to prison. The criminal’s crimes send him to prison; the judge merely executes justice. In the case of our salvation, God prefers mercy over judgment, but if we refuse His mercy shown in Jesus’ sacrifice for us, we will get exactly what we deserve.

[03/09/20]   The Problem with Guilt-Free Church

Rick Whitter

I saw a billboard the other day advertising a church in the community. In huge letters, it said: “Guilt-Free, Grace-Full!” Having grown up in a spiritual atmosphere where guilt was used like a hammer against those trying to make spiritual progress, I find myself paying attention when I see a sign like that. I realize that many churches use guilt to control people and to get the kind of response they need in order to stay in operation. No one wants to be put on a guilt trip, and most people will no longer tolerate that kind of treatment from church leaders.

But there is a problem with a guilt-free church: We are all guilty.

Our culture loves to deflect blame. We love to point at someone else:our parents, the government, our spouse – anyone but me! There is a significant move within the evangelical community to remove the sense of guilt from the lives of people. We don’t want anyone to feel badly about themselves. This is basically because so many people reject personal responsibility. But we ARE responsible. We have all sinned (Romans 3:23).

Here are some things to consider:

1. A feeling of “guilt” is required in order to be forgiven.

By guilt, I do not mean that we should beat ourselves up or feel as though we are hopeless. One of the definitions for guilt is “a feeling of responsibility or remorse for some offense, crime, wrong, etc.” (Dictionary.com). We must come to terms with our sin. This “guilt” can be defined as godly sorrow. An old fashioned church word for this is “conviction.” II Corinthians 7:10 says, “For godly sorrow produces repentance leading to salvation, not to be regretted; but the sorrow of the world produces death.” (NKJV) Worldly sorrow is the destructive kind of guilt – godly sorrow produces repentance, which leads to salvation. We must first be aware that we are sinners; then we can be saved.

2. If there is no guilt, there can be no grace.


Back in the 1980s one of the more popular Bible verses I heard was “There is therefore now no condemnation…” (Romans 8:1). This verse was used to cover people who desired to do whatever they wanted, but did not want any of the associated guilt. The problem was that many people forgot the rest of the verse… “for those who are in Christ.” Once Christ forgives sin, there is no guilt, but until he does, we are guilty! As much as some church leaders would like to be “all grace, all the time,” be aware that God’s grace only covers those who confess their sins to Him. According to Scripture, not everyone is going to heaven, only those whose sins are forgiven. Pastors cannot let people off the hook for their sins. Churches who do this may enjoy growth for a season, but the end results will be empty lives.

3. People deserve all of the truth.

Just because a dessert says it is “guilt free,” that does not mean there are no calories. We can tell people that they will only feel good about themselves when they come to our church. But when the Word of God is preached and the Spirit of God is involved, conviction will take place. This is painful; people avoid it. But we should never remove the opportunity to for people to repent.

4. Don’t force guilt or grace.

These are properties of God; allow Him to do His work in the lives of people. Churches and pastors should preach the truth in love. They should not condemn or judge. Neither should they exonerate or liberate. This is the work of God. The church is only a conduit through which God works.

Think it over. The next time you feel guilty about something, don’t dismiss it as a guilt trip. Don’t find a preacher who will tell you how awesome you are. Pray and ask God to reveal any wicked way within you, and if He shows you something, repent and accept His free gift of grace!

Psalms 139:23-24

“Search me, God, and know my heart;
test me and know my anxious thoughts.
See if there is any offensive way in me,
and lead me in the way everlasting.”

[03/08/20]   He replied, “You are permitted to understand the secret of the Kingdom of God. But I use parables for everything I say to outsiders, so that the Scriptures might be fulfilled:
‘When they see what I do,
they will learn nothing.
When they hear what I say,
they will not understand.
Otherwise, they will turn to me
and be forgiven.’” Then Jesus said to them, “If you can’t understand the meani… http://bible.us/Mark4.11.NLT

[03/07/20]   “Oh, to realize that souls, precious, never dying souls, are perishing all around us, going out into the blackness of darkness and despair, eternally lost, and yet to feel no anguish, shed no tears, know no travail! How little we know of the compassion of Jesus!” Oswald J. Smith (from, The Evidence Bible)..

[03/06/20]   www.livingwaters.com
God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked. He is not willing that any perish, but that all come to repentance (see 2 Pet. 3:9). This is why it is biblical to tell sinners that God does not want them to go to hell. It is not His will. He does not send anyone to hell, in the same way a righteous judge does not delight to send anyone to prison. The criminal’s crimes send him to prison; the judge merely executes justice. In the case of our salvation, God prefers mercy over judgment, but if we refuse His mercy shown in Jesus’ sacrifice for us, we will get exactly what we deserve.

[03/06/20]   “Oh, to realize that souls, precious, never dying souls, are perishing all around us, going out into the blackness of darkness and despair, eternally lost, and yet to feel no anguish, shed no tears, know no travail! How little we know of the compassion of Jesus!” Oswald J. Smith (from, The Evidence Bible)..

[03/05/20]   Who is God? In Psalms, He's our Shepherd. In Proverbs and Ecclesiastes, He's our Wisdom. In the Song of Solomon, He's our Lover and our Bridegroom. In Isaiah, He is the Prince of Peace. In Jeremiah, He's our Righteousness. And boy, then when you get over to the New Testament, it really gets good. In Matthew, He's the Messiah. In Mark, He's the Wonder Worker. In Luke, He's the Son of Man. In John, He's the Son of God. In Acts, He's the Holy Spirit. In Romans, He is our Justifier. In 1st and 2nd Corinthians, He is the Gifts of the Spirit. In Galatians, He is our Redeemer from the curse of the Law. In Ephesians, He is the Christ of unsearchable riches. In Philippians, He is the God who supplies all of our needs. In Colossians, He is the fullness of the godhead bodily. In 1st and 2nd Thessalonians, He is our soon coming King. In 1st and 2nd Timothy, He is our Mediator between God and man. In Titus, He is our faithful Pastor. In Philemon, He is the Friend that sticks closer than a brother. Got a few left, can you take it? Come on, who is God? Who is this God that we serve? In Hebrews, He is the Blood of the Everlasting Covenant. In James, He is our Great Physician, for the prayer of faith shall save the sick. In 1st and 2nd Peter, He's our Chief Shepherd, who shall appear with a crown of unfailing glory. In 1st, 2nd, and 3rd John, He is love. In Jude, He is the Lord coming with 10,000 of His saints. And in Revelation, He is the Lord of lords And the King of kings.

[03/05/20]   www.livingwaters.com
God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked. He is not willing that any perish, but that all come to repentance (see 2 Pet. 3:9). This is why it is biblical to tell sinners that God does not want them to go to hell. It is not His will. He does not send anyone to hell, in the same way a righteous judge does not delight to send anyone to prison. The criminal’s crimes send him to prison; the judge merely executes justice. In the case of our salvation, God prefers mercy over judgment, but if we refuse His mercy shown in Jesus’ sacrifice for us, we will get exactly what we deserve.

[03/04/20]   If God’s people do not view their overall purpose as winning souls, they become just sermon tasters, choir critics or leadership judges. The church is not a restaurant for fine food from the pulpit; it is a canteen for workers. With a job to do, saints have no time to criticize. A pulling horse never kicks. Right? REINHARD BONNKE...

[03/03/20]   The gospel alone gives life. It is like breathing – there’s no alternative. Freewill gives us the right to make choices, but it doesn’t give us the power to create them. Our options are limited: life or death. Just as breathing oxygen is the only option for natural life, believing the gospel is the only option for eternal life. We die if we don’t breathe. We die forever if we don’t repent. This is the urgency of the moment. Not “tomorrow” but “TODAY is the day of salvation.” God bless you. REINHARD BONNKE..

[03/02/20]   Do you know in a Race all the the Runners compete, but only one receives the prize? So Run that You may Obtain it. Every Athlete exercises Self-Control in all things. They do it to receive a perishable Wreath, but we an Imperishable. So I do not run aimlessly; I do n't box as onebeating the air.But I discipline my body and keep it under control, lest after preaching to others I myself should be disqualified.

[03/01/20]   "It is no marvel that the devil does not love field preaching! Neither do I; I love a commodious room, a soft cushion, a handsome pulpit. But where is my zeal if I do not trample all these underfoot in order to save one more soul?"
~ John Wesley...

[02/28/20]   In a focused time of prayer and fasting, we sense or experience the pleasure , power, and presence of God to a greater degree because we have taken the time and effort to draw near to Him.... We can begin to think that God is more pleased with us because of self-denial and discipline, when in fact there's no amount of self-denial that could lift us up enough to satisfy the standards of a Holy God..

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