You may be very familiar with Chemtrails, or maybe you have only heard of them.  Or, perhaps you have been hearing about the controversy over the issue.  Wherever you stand currently on Chemtrails, I hope this information will clarify that these things are very real and very deliberately being used to destroy the very air we breathe.  
There is so much more to learn about Chemtrails.  There is a lot of information about the subject available online, at least for now.  

You can find a great deal about it along with resources for further information in my articles.


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2001 and 2020 are MIRROR YEARS because both the moon and sun’s 19-year Metonic cycles converge in these year, both years containing 4th of July lunar eclipses and December 14 solar eclipses! FIRE AND ICE!!! The day after the 2001 eclipse, a CHINESE martial artist Jet Li, released a film called KISS OF THE DRAGON. The film was about a CHINESE NEEDLE to the NECK, that kills the victim! Is this all sounding familiar? This is about VCs and this is the year of the kiss of the dragon. Trump says by Christmas.

And his breath, as an overflowing stream, shall reach to the midst of the neck, to sift the nations with the sieve of vanity: and [there shall be] a bridle in the jaws of the people, causing [them] to err.

Is This Torture?

Jul 1, 2020
In this video I start off slow but pick up steam as I submit the evidence and examples. By comparing our situation to the study of torture & coercion on Prisoners of War, I believe it becomes clear that what we are being put through with the virus response is a near perfect parallel to the Amnesty International definition of torture & Bidermans ‘Chart of Coercion.’ To support my work / say thank you for work I’ve already done you can send a contribution via paypal here: https://paypal.me/PollyStGeorge. Checks via mail must be made out to Polly Media. My PO Box address is here: https://www.amazingpolly.net/contact…. You can find my video backup channel here: (please consider subscribing over there so you can find me if I’m ever deleted from YT.) https://www.bitchute.com/channel/ZofF… Amnesty International Report on Torture : https://www.amnesty.org/download/Docu…
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By comparing our situation to the study of torture & coercion on Prisoners of War, I believe it becomes clear that what we are being put through with the virus response is a near perfect parallel to the Amnesty International definition of torture & Bidermans ‘Chart of Coercion.’
Amnesty International Report on Torture : https://www.amnesty.org/download/Documents/204000/act400011975eng.pdf

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Here is the thing…they are trying to UNITE us THEIR WAY, UNDER THEIR TERMS, WITHOUT GOD.  Their motto “WE ARE ALL IN THIS TOGETHER”. .. is a lie!!  The elite are not in this with us.  The Terror groups like Antifa, ISLAMIST JIHAD, BLACK LIVES MATTER, WHITE, SUPREMISTS, Satanists, Witches, Illumists, Kabbalists… they are not in this with US.  WE CANNOT, WILL NOT, MUST NOT JOIN OURSELVES with the UNGODLY!   Those of us who KNOW GOD, must stand for what is RIGHT AND TRUE.

The soul who is spiritually dead doesn’t even recognize the TRUTH.  THEY ARE NOT ABLE!  That is why there is DARKNESS, DEPRAVITY, and PERVERSION in the world.  Those are the people who are behind this “Pandemic” and the “RESET” it will bring and the NEW WORLD ORDER they are establishing.  

Interview with 

Episode 491

Audio Transcript

Pastor John, is it compatible to say every man has a thirst in his soul for God he is trying to fill with sin and to also say every man is spiritually dead? Is it right to talk about a spiritual longing being filled by sin in a spiritually dead soul?

I have three kinds of responses to this.

1. What Does It Mean to Be Spiritually Dead?

Definitions are always crucial. The question is: Is it right to talk about a spiritual — underline the word spiritual — longing in a spiritually dead soul; that is, in the unregenerate? And if a person means by spiritual or spiritually dead persons, if a person means: Can a spiritually dead person have a religious longing? then the answer is yes. In fact, that is what religions are driven by: desires and longings that the spiritually dead people have, very deep desires and willings and choices and passions.

“Is it right to talk about a spiritual longing in a spiritually dead soul?”

But if we stick to the most relevant New Testament definition — Is it right to talk about a spiritual longing in a spiritually dead soul? — the most relevant definition in this regard is to take the term spiritual longing in the same way as spiritually dead, and that means spiritual is enlivened and prompted and shaped and guided by the Holy Spirit. That is what spiritual means.

The key text is 1 Corinthians 2:13–14. And the opposite of spiritual is not secular or non-religious; the opposite is natural or “minus God”a human being minus God, a human being minus the Spirit. So, the text says, “We impart [these teachings] in words not taught by human wisdom but taught by the Spirit, interpreting spiritual truths,” — there is the phrase — “spiritual truths to those who are spiritual.” And then he clarifies in verse 14: “The natural person,” — that is, the opposite of spiritual: what a person is by nature apart from God — “The natural person does not accept the things of the Spirit of God, for they are folly to him, and he is not able to understand them because they are spiritually discerned.”

Now, the question is: Is it right to talk about a Holy Spirit-enlivened, prompted, shaped, guided, longing in a soul that has no Holy Spirit-given life? And the answer is no. Those souls don’t have any such longings. So, that is my first observation, which is basically to clarify the definition of spiritual. But there is more that needs to be said to help fill out the picture of what we mean by spiritually dead.

2. What the Spiritually Dead Can Do

This is my second observation. It does sound strange to lots of people to think of a dead soul with the incredible amount of activity that the dead soul has in the New Testament. If you just take the main text on deadness in Ephesians 2 — the deadness apart from Christ — this soul that is dead is amazingly energetic. Let’s just read it and listen. This is Ephesians 2:1–3: “And you were dead in trespasses and sins in which you once walked,” — so, you have a walker who is dead — “following the course of this world, following the prince of the power of the air,” — so, this soul is very responsive to the world and the devil — “among whom we all once lived” or conducted ourselves.

“Religions are driven by the desires and longings that spiritually dead people have.”

So, this soul is conducting itself. It is making choices. It is acting in ways that are appropriate to its nature “in the passions of our flesh.” And then it says, “carrying out [or doing] the desires of the body and the mind.” So, there are plenty of desires. There is plenty of doing. There is plenty of living. There is plenty of walking. This is an incredibly active soul.

And that is not unique to Ephesians 2. As Jesus said in John 3:6, “That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit.” In other words, our first birth makes us merely flesh, and our second birth makes us alive to the Holy Spirit — and our spirit comes alive. But when we are just flesh, when we are just natural, to use Paul’s language, there are lots of works of the flesh. He says, “The works of the flesh are evident: sexual immorality, impurity, sensuality, idolatry, sorcery, enmity, strife, jealousy, fits of anger, rivalries, dissensions, divisions, envy, drunkenness, orgies, and things like these” (Galatians 5:19–21). In other words, a dead soul is a very active soul, which is strange. We must not confuse deadness of soul or spirit or heart with inactivity or having no powers at all. The dead, natural soul is filled with energy to desire and to do, which now leads to the third and last clarification that I wanted to make.

3. Can the Spiritually Dead Have Spiritual Longings?

What the questioner, I think, asks is: Can a spiritually dead person have a thirst for God that he is trying to fill with sin and, in that sense, is it right to talk about a spiritual longingthat is, a real longing for the true God? I think he means, in a spiritually dead soul that is unregenerate. In other words, I think he is asking: Is there such a thing as a true seeker? A lot of churches are built around seeker-sensitive views of church. And here is Paul’s answer. But stay tuned. There is more. His answer is Romans 3:9–11, “Jews and Greeks are under sin, as it is written: None is righteous, no, not one; no one understands; no one seeks for God.” Now, that is a pretty strong statement. No one, apart from Christ, apart from the Holy Spirit, no dead soul seeks for God.

The dead soul does not want God for who he is.

Now, what does he mean? Because we don’t want to say more here than we should. And I think Romans 8:7–8 and 1 Corinthians 2:14 are what he means. He says, “For mind that is set on the flesh is hostile to God, for it does not submit to God’s law; indeed, it cannot. Those who are in the flesh cannot please God” (Romans 8:7–8) Or 1 Corinthians 2:14, “The natural person does not accept” or welcome — does not receive “the things of the Spirit of God,” that is, “who by their unrighteousness,” he says Romans 1:18, “suppress the truth.”

So, I think what Paul means by, No natural person, no unregenerate, un-born again person seeks for God, is: Yes, they have longings of heart and desiring hearts and yearning hearts and, yes, this longing, desiring, yearning heart was made by God and for God. And yes, this longing for something more than what is in this world is true. As C.S. Lewis said, it is a sign that we are “made for another world.” This hunger is evidence that we are the sort of people that were made for food. And this aching and longing for something we know not what seems to point to the fact that we were made for something else. And yes, this longing and desiring and yearning will only be satisfied by God. I think Paul would say all that. I think he would agree with all of that.

Unless the Spirit gives us eyes to see that the true God is beautiful and desirable, we won’t seek him.

But then he would say: No, our longings and desires and yearnings are not for God in this sense; that is, we do not want the true God. We don’t want the true God. We don’t like the true God. We don’t admire the true God. We don’t respect the true God. We don’t trust the true God. We don’t delight in the true God. Our longings are for what we think this God might be or should be or could be. And that turns into rejection. As soon as the real God begins to make himself truly known, Romans 1:18 says, we suppress it. We hold it downunless we are born again. Unless the Spirit gives us eyes to see that the true God is beautiful and desirable, we won’t seek him. We will seek and seek and seek and seek for what we know not, but we won’t seek the true God. And to the degree that the true God starts to be visible to us, we suppress that knowledge until the Holy Spirit is at work.  (Isn’t that exactly what we hear coming from unbelievers?  they say things like “well, MY GOD would not do…”  or “I don’t want to serve a god who would…” or “I believe in a God that…”)  

So the final question again: Is it right to talk about a truly spiritual longing for the true God in a spiritually dead soul? No. Not if we mean that a spiritually dead soul can perceive the true God and want him for who he is. It can’t. It can’t see him. It can’t want him. It is hostile to him. And it can’t please God by embracing God or seeking God as the true God. The dead soul does not want God for who he is. The dead soul suppresses who God is and creates alternative gods.



Lets start off with the introduction of the Holy Spirit. Its found right in the first chapter of Genesis in the second verse: “The earth was without form and void; and darkness was on the face of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the waters. Then God said, ‘Let there be light;’ and there was light.” At the very beginning of Genesis, you have God’s Word, Jesus; you have God the Father; and you have the Holy Spirit: the Trinity all represented in creation.

The interesting part of this is the Hebrew word for spirit. We almost get a little spooky talking about the Holy Ghost, but the Hebrew word behind spirit is ruach, and it means “air in motion.” It is the same word for “breath.” It also means “life.” By resemblance to breath and air in motion, it means “spirit.” That’s where we get the translation, and the Hebrew word contains all those different meanings. If we just leave it with our English word “spirit,” were not getting the full attributes of what the Bible is trying to describe. It’s trying to describe that there’s a breath involved.

Going back to that first chapter in Genesis, if the Spirit of God was hovering over the face of the deep, and then God said, “Let there be light,” when you speak, its through your breath that the words take form. Just imagine that: God speaking, His breath comes out, and there you have the Word of God, “Let there be light.” That is where the Gospel of John says, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” They are all separate, but at the same time, they are all one, just as when you breathe and you speak, your words can be one with you.

Gordon RobertsonLet’s take this into the New Testament because we have almost the same thing where Jesus is talking about the Holy Spirit. He says, “That which is born of the flesh is flesh, and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit. Do not marvel that I said to you, ‘You must be born again.’ The wind blows where it wishes, and you hear the sound of it, but cannot tell where it comes from and where it goes. So is everyone who is born of the Spirit” (John 3:608, NKJV).

Jesus is talking about the Holy Spirit, and He’s saying it is like wind. When you get into the Greek behind that, the Greek word is pneuma, which again means “a current of air,” “breath,” or a “breeze, “ and again by analogy, “a spirit.” So both the Hebrew and the Greek word are talking about breath. Its talking about wind.

Back in Creation, back in Genesis, you’ve got how we were made. “And the Lord God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living being” (Genesis 2:6-7, NKJV). Some translations call that “a living soul.” It’s from the breath of God that we actually get our life. And so now you get the linkage of how we were created. How we were created in the image of God is because of our breath, and it is because of the breath of God coming into us.

The same thing happens when we are born of the Spirit. When we are re-born, it is from the breath of God. In the Gospel of John, where He is giving to His disciples the Holy Spirit, just as God breathed on Adam and gave him the breath of life, Jesus breathed on His disciples in John chapter 20: “‘Peace to you! As the Father sent me, I also send you.’ And when He had said this, He breathed on them and said, ‘Receive the Holy Spirit'” (John 20:21-22, NKJV).

The Holy Spirit, the breath of God. When you get into that kind of analogy, you now understand better what the attributes are. It’s no longer something spooky, but it’s something very close to you. It’s as close to you as your very breath. The Bible says, “In Him we live and move and have our being.” I love the current praise song that says “You are the air I breathe, Your holy Presence in me.” We can literally breathe in the Presence of God and be filled with the Holy Spirit with our breath.

Jesus didn’t just breathe on the disciples 2,000 years ago. Every time we are baptized in the Holy Spirit, it is God’s breath on us. Just imagine that. It is not a one-time thing. I think Christians today have gotten into the baptism of the Holy Spirit as some kind of one time event. We have got that in Acts chapter 2, but we fail to look forward to Acts chapter 4 where they get baptized in the Holy Spirit again. It says very clearly in Acts chapter 4 they were all filled with the Holy Spirit as they were in a prayer meeting: “After they prayed, the place where they were meeting was shaken. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and spoke the Word of God boldly.” So it is not just in Acts chapter 2; it is also in Acts chapter 4. This means we can be filled with the Spirit continually.

I was at a tremendous meeting in February with John and Carol Arnot from the Toronto Fellowship. They asked me to speak. I started speaking at 8:00. I was tired going into it, but I just got energized, filled with the Holy Spirit during that. At that time, it went from 8:00 until midnight. If you can imagine that: four hours. At the end of it I was absolutely energized. I was so filled with the Holy Spirit it seemed like anything was possible. The next day, I was driving into the studio, and I was praying on my way in. I was kind of grumbling and complaining and saying, “Lord God, why can’t that sort of go with me all the time?” And God spoke to me very clearly, “Why do you get out of the river?” I thought about that. I said, “Well, why do I?”

We don’t have to. We don’t have to walk around as if there are some moments when were filled with the Spirit and other moments when were not. We can be continually filled with His Presence. It all has to do with how we think about it. If we actually think that in Him we live and move and have our being, that our very breath as we breathe in, we can be filled with God Almighty. Just imagine how that will transform your life! The baptism in the Holy Spirit is not a one-time event. It can be a continuous thing for all who believe.

I want you to take that thought with you through the day, through the month, through the year. I think Christians now more than ever need to be filled with the Holy Spirit, need to be filled with His authority, really need to have the power of God working in their lives. We live in perilous times. It is not a time for us to take off the Armor of God and go relax. We need to be fully armed, fully prepared with the Holy Spirit.

Let me conclude with this. It’s the conclusion that is found in the 150th Psalm. It’s the very last word in Psalms. It’s the very last Psalm. There are a 150 of them, and here’s the very end of it. It says, “Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise the Lord!

Let your breath praise the Lord today!

This last article does a really great job of explaining Spiritual Breath.  

Breath = Life

We know what happens when we can’t take the next breath. We die.

This is why one of the first things that first responders and medical professionals always check when they arrive on the scene to help someone who is hurt is to make sure a person’s airway is clear. To make sure they can breathe. It’s why they put an oxygen mask over their face.

This is why when you board an airplane and they go through their pre-flight take off speech, they are going to tell you every time you board that plane before you take off that in case of emergency, an oxygen mask will fall from the overhead compartment. And when it does, secure it to yourself first before helping anyone else.

If you can’t breathe, you can’t help anyone else breathe!  Breath = Life.

This is true of our physical lives and this is also true of our spiritual lives.

The Spiritual Breath Problem

The problem so many of us face is that we’re trying to live spiritual lives and we’re holding our breath.

We’ll show up at church on Sunday and take a deep breath, we’ll breathe deeply the breath of God as we hear the Word of God read, as we sing songs of worship, as we participate in communion and we are encouraged by fellow believers and disciples of Jesus. Then we walk out those doors to our car to go to lunch and we’re holding our breath! We’ve got to hold our breath until next Sunday. And if we can’t be here next week because we have a conflict, then we have to make this breath last two weeks! The world record is 24 minutes, but somehow we think we can make this breath last much longer!

Or we’re not breathing at all.

We may or may not show up, but being physically present is not the same thing as being mentally present, or emotionally present, or spiritually present. We can’t remember the last time we opened the Word of God to read the words of God for ourselves. By the way, your scripture, the Bible, is said to be “God-breathed. So if you’re wondering how to breathe spiritually, one undeniable way is to open the Word of God and read. Breathe deeply the breath of God on the page!

Maybe you can’t remember the last time you did that, you sat with Jesus, sat with His word, and just inhaled. Or you can’t remember the last time you prayed, really prayed to God, inhaling His promises, breathing out your fear and anxiety, trusting Him with it all.

Click here to listen to our Riverside Podcast on Breath Prayer

Or you can’t remember the last time you really worshipped. When you were just in complete awe and wonder of who God is and all He has done for you and you just inhaled His grace and exhaled His praise.

What happens when you stop breathing? You die.

This principle is true physically. It’s also true spiritually.

A Valley of Dry Bones

Ezekiel had never known what it means to belong to a community of people who are seeking God and seeking the Spirit of God together. All he had known was exile.

Ezekiel was a prophet of God who lived some 600 years before Jesus. At this point in the history of Israel, the people of God are far from God. That was true in more ways than one.

Because of their sin, they had been defeated by their enemies and are now living in exile in Babylonian captivity. They’re 700 miles away from Jerusalem. Jerusalem has been destroyed. The Temple has been destroyed. They are physically and spiritually far from God. This is a direct consequence for their disobedience!

But God wants to give Ezekiel hope. He wants to give him a vision of what will be one day. So listen to the vision that God gives his prophet, Ezekiel.

Ezekiel 37.1-14
1 The Lord took hold of me, and I was carried away by the Spirit of the Lord to a valley filled with bones. 2 He led me all around among the bones that covered the valley floor. They were scattered everywhere across the ground and were completely dried out. 3 Then he asked me, “Son of man, can these bones become living people again?”

Don’t miss the imagery here, God is giving Ezekiel a vision of death. Not just death, but old and dried out bones that have been dead for a long time.

There is no life in these bones and there has been no life in these bones for a long time.

Can Dry Bones Live Again?

Ezekiel looks around at these bones, turns to God and says that only thing he knows to say…

“O Sovereign Lord,” I replied, “you alone know the answer to that.”

What happens when you get a vision from God and what you see is death all around you? Talk about a hopeless moment. Talk about coming to the end of yourself.

It’s at this moment when it seems like all hope is lost that God gives Ezekiel this vision.

4 Then he said to me, “Speak a prophetic message to these bones and say, ‘Dry bones, listen to the word of the Lord! 5 This is what the Sovereign Lord says: Look! I am going to put breath into you and make you live again! 6 I will put flesh and muscles on you and cover you with skin. I will put breath into you, and you will come to life. Then you will know that I am the Lord.’”

In other words, here’s the purpose of this resurrection, here’s the point of this new life, here’s the intention behind this decision to breathe life into death… SO THAT YOU WILL KNOW THAT YOU KNOW THAT YOU KNOW THAT I AM THE LORD!

7 So I spoke this message, just as he told me. Suddenly as I spoke, there was a rattling noise all across the valley. The bones of each body came together and attached themselves as complete skeletons. 8 Then as I watched, muscles and flesh formed over the bones. Then skin formed to cover their bodies, but they still had no breath in them.
9 Then he said to me, “Speak a prophetic message to the winds, son of man. Speak a prophetic message and say, ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: Come, O breath, from the four winds! Breathe into these dead bodies so they may live again.’”

So these bones have muscle and tissue and skin but they don’t yet have the breath of life. By the way, the word for breath, wind, spirit, Spirit, the word ru’ach is used 9 times here in Ezekiel 37:1-14! And now God tells Ezekiel to speak to the Spirit to come and inhabit these dead bodies!


Right here in v9, God tells Ezekiel specifically to speak these words, Come, O breath, from the four winds! Breathe into these dead bodies so they may live again.”

That word for “breathe” in the greek is the word emphysaō which means to blow at or on, breathe on.

This is significant because it’s only found two other times in the Greek Bible.

In the Greek Old Testament called the Septuagint, this would have been the Bible many if not most of the people of Jesus’ day would have used living in a Greek-speaking world, this same word is found in Genesis 2.7 when God breathes life into Adam! Then it’s found here again when God tells Ezekiel to speak to the winds, to the ru’ach and tell them to emphysaō, breathe life again, into these dry bones.

And then it’s found one more time. And I’ll tell you where that is in just a moment. But let’s finish this story first!

10 So I spoke the message as he commanded me, and breath came into their bodies. They all came to life and stood up on their feet—a great army.
11 Then he said to me, “Son of man, these bones represent the people of Israel. They are saying, ‘We have become old, dry bones—all hope is gone. Our nation is finished.

So now we know what these dry bones in this vision stand for, they are a picture of the people of Israel! Wow! The nation of Israel is so far from God that God compares them to a valley of dry bones! A valley of dry bones where all hope is lost!

Are We Like that Valley of Dry Bones?

I think sometimes we read these words and we read about how far Israel got away from God and we’re quick to judge them pretty hard. But I wonder, I just wonder how many of our churches are really valleys of dry bones? How many of our churches are old, dying, trying to live as the people of God apart from the Spirit of God? How many of our churches are filled with people whose lives, like Israel, are not filled with the presence of the Spirit but instead are filled with sin?

You know what happens to the people of God when you separate them from the Spirit of God, from the breath of God? You see it right here, they die! They become a valley of dry bones!

And here again we’re reminded, we are not bad people who need God or who need the Spirit of God to make us better people. We are DEAD people, dead because of the sin in our lives that separates us eternally from God our Father… this is spiritual death, this is biblical death, this is eternal death, it’s separation from God because of our sin.

We are DEAD people who need the Spirit of God to bring RESURRECTION into our lives, breathe life into our dry, dead bones, and give us LIFE!

So God tells Ezekiel,

12 Therefore, prophesy to them and say, ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: O my people, I will open your graves of exile and cause you to rise again. Then I will bring you back to the land of Israel. 13 When this happens, O my people, you will know that I am the Lord. 14 I will put my Spirit in you, and you will live again and return home to your own land. Then you will know that I, the Lord, have spoken, and I have done what I said. Yes, the Lord has spoken!’”

The Promise

This is the promise, this is the future, this is what Ezekiel and the people of God were waiting on but wasn’t fully realized until Jesus, the Son of God, came from Heaven to Earth.

And before He went to the cross He promised that He would give us HIs Spirit. That He would send His Spirit to us to be our Helper. That His Spirit would be poured out on His people.

Then Jesus went to the cross and died to pay the price for our sin. He was buried in a borrowed tomb for three days. And on the third day, you know what happened? The Spirit of God raised Jesus Christ up out of that grave!

And do you know what Jesus did on the first day after his resurrection? After the Spirit of God breathed life back into His lungs?

Let’s take a quick look at John 20.19-22.

19 That Sunday evening the disciples were meeting behind locked doors because they were afraid of the Jewish leaders. Suddenly, Jesus was standing there among them! “Peace be with you,” he said. 20 As he spoke, he showed them the wounds in his hands and his side. They were filled with joy when they saw the Lord! 21 Again he said, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent me, so I am sending you.” 22 Then he breathed on them…

There’s the only other place our word emphysaō is used in the Greek Bible! And it’s my conviction that John used it on purpose. He could have said it another way. But he knew that this word connected his readers back to Genesis 2.7 when God breathed life into Adam’s lifeless body and to the time when God told Ezekiel to prophesy to the ru’ach, the wind, the Spirit, to breathe new life into that valley of dry bones. And he knew when he carried that word forward in telling this story of Jesus on the Sunday of His resurrection that they would be astonished… that in the same way that God breathed life into Adam, in the same way that Ezekiel called for the wind to breathe life into the valley of dry bones, JESUS BREATHES on His disciples!


and said, “Receive the Holy Spirit.”

Are you breathing?

Are you breathing? I’m not talking about physically breathing. Are you breathing spiritually? Are you breathing deeply the breath of God? Because if you’re not breathing you’re not living.

Some of you are wondering why you never experience the presence of God in your life. Why you don’t feel close to God. Why you show up at church but nothing seems to change for you. That could be for a lot of reasons, but don’t miss this…

Your spiritual life depends on your ability to breathe deep the breath of God and to receive His Spirit.

Your spiritual life depends on your ability to breathe deep the breath of God and to receive His Spirit.CLICK TO TWEET


Would you be willing to open yourself up to the Holy Spirit of God, to the breath of God?

Would you be willing to pray, Spirit of God, breathe your life into my dry bones. Lord Jesus Christ, breathe on me and allow me to receive your Holy Spirit in my life.

This is what happens when the breath of God fills OUR lungs, we breathe in His Spirit, when we breathe in His grace, when we breathe in His love, when we breathe in His words of life, we breathe out songs of praise. We breathe out an anthem for His great name. We breathe out HOPE! And LIFE! And the good news of resurrection!

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