It really blessed my heart to see and hear all those young people (generation Z) singing praises to Our Heavenly Father.  Anyone who claims to know what is in the hearts of all those in attendance needs to repent.  Naturally, there are those in the crowd who are insincere or have ulterior motives, but all of those thousands of people young and old sing from their hearts did not come for show.  Not to see a show and not to show off.  I believe with all my heart that most of them have come in answer to the moving of the HOLY SPIRIT.  They may not understand what is happening in and around them, but they are hungry for GOD.  The world has nothing to offer them and they are beginning to recognize it.

There is no peace, no comfort no hope, NO FREEDOM with out ALMIGHTY GOD!  All of those things can only be obtained through the blood of Yahushua HaMashiach.

While my heart was moved watching the videos of the people at the Asbury Revival, I have to admit, that even I was taken in.  It stirs our emotions.  Anyone who loves the Lord hungers to see the unsaved come to salvation, especially as we move ever closer to the end.  Most of us have loved ones and friends who don’t have a relationship with God and are at high risk of missing out on eternity.  BUT, we cannot let our emotions rule our hearts and minds.

We love our fellow humans, we know that they are hungry for something they don’t understand.  They will not find it in crowds. They may be moved by the music, they may feel a sense of belonging and even be moved to confess their sins… But, without the WORD of GOD it will all be for naught.  Praise and Worship is powerful.  Especially when a group of believers come together to Praise and Worship the True and Living God.  But, when a group of unbelievers who don’t know the TRUTH of the Gospel, it is just emotion.  IT will not bring about TRUE REPENTENCE.

Repentance for our SINS against the FATHER and the WORD.  Conviction of the fact that without CHRIST and the HOLY SPIRIT we can do NOTHING that is of eternal value.  The unsaved must come to understand what it means to be saved and from what they need salvation.

Repentance is not just feeling bad about the things you see as wrong.  It is not about making things right with you fellow man (though that will come later) it is about getting right with GOD!  Returning to fellowship with HIM.

YES, God loves you, and HE will accept you if you come to Him as you are…but HE will not leave you as you are.  He will reveal your sin to you and HE will clean you up as you learn to walk in the SPIRIT and by THE WORD.

I watched many videos and I did not see the WORD of GOD preached one time.  Lots of music and singing… not a word was given about our need for a SAVIOR or of the SACRIFICE that was offered for our REDEMPTION.


The Chapel Service That Launched Asbury University Revival

On Feb. 8th students at Asbury University gathered together in Hughes Auditorium for a chapel service. One week later, that service hasn’t stopped.

The Power of Eight - Ulpan-OrTranscendence

The next number, eight, represents G-d’s transcendence above and beyond this world. It is interesting to note theresemblance between number 8 and the symbol of infinity: The level of “eight“, that which is beyond natural law. In Hebrew, the root of the word shmonah (eight)  – שמונה  has the same letters as hashemen (the oil) – השמןneshama (soul) נשמה.   (from Kabbalistic teachings)

transcendent | Etymology, origin and meaning of … – Etymonline
transcend (v.) mid-14c., “escape inclusion in; lie beyond the scope of,” from Old French transcendre “transcend, surpass,” and directly from Latin transcendere “climb over or beyond, surmount, overstep,” from trans “across, beyond” (see trans-) + scandere “to climb” (see scan (v.)).

The infinity symbol can represent regeneration and eternal life after death on a spiritual level. In Hinduism, the number 8 represents the initiate, a person who has gone through the seven heavens of Hindu theology and the seven stages of spiritual enlightenment.
1) A patronymic surname meaning “son of Hugh.” The given name Hugh is a Germanic name meaning “heart/mind,” often after Saint Hugh. 2) Possibly a modern form of the ancient Irish name “O’HAY.” Hughes is the 83rd most popular surname in the United States. Hughes is even more popular in England, coming in as the 18th most common surname .
Hugh of Lincoln was the son of William, Lord of Avalon. He was born at Avalon Castle in Burgundy and was raised and educated at a convent at Villard-Benoit after his mother died when he was eight. He was professed at fifteen, ordained a deacon at nineteen, and was made prior of a

Avalon: A Real Island Obscured by Legend, or Just a Legendary Island |
The Origins of Avalon According to the original legend, Avalon was an island full of wild apple trees, grapevines, and grain plants – which grew there instead of wild plants. Because of this, the people who lived there did not have to farm and lived out an idyllic existence.

Monastery at Saint-Maxim.

Early history

Le goûter sur la terrasse à Sainte-Maxime by Henri Lebasque

Sainte-Maxime was founded around 1000 AD by monks from the Lérins Islands outside Cannes. They built a monastery and named the village after Saint Maxime. Fishing was the economic mainstay for the inhabitants but during the early 19th century increasing amounts of lumbercorkolive oil and wine were shipped to Marseille and Italy.[3]

for more more related information check out the following post:

ORANGE – It’s about much more than Citrus

The village grew and in the 20th century began to attract artists, poets and writers  (the dreamers) who enjoyed the climate, beautiful surroundings and azure blue water. In front of the old town is the characteristic tower, La Tour Carrée, built by the monks in the early 16th century to protect the village from invaders. With an addition of a battery of cannons and with the Tour du Portalet in Saint-Tropez the whole bay was protected. As late as in the beginning of the 19th century, Napoleon ordered a restoration of the battery while also adding cannons on the Lérins Islands. The tower is now a museum.

There is a shoreline promenade with parks, pine treesboulodrome Prince Bertil, the tourist office and the city beaches, as well as a casino with its own piece of white sand.
Hughes Name Meaning & Hughes Family History at Ancestry.com®
Hughes Name Meaning English and Welsh: variant of Hugh with genitival or excrescent -s. Irish and Scottish: adopted as an equivalent of Gaelic surnames based on the personal name Aodh ‘fire’ for example Ó hAodha Mac Aodha; see McCoy and compare McHugh . Source: Dictionary of American Family Names 2nd edition, 2022
Hughes Definition & Meaning | Dictionary.com
Origin of Hughes From Old North French Hugues, Old French Hue, variant of Old French Hugo, a shortened form of Germanic given names beginning with hug- “mind, heart, spirit, soul” (Old English hyge ).
Hughes surname meaning, origin, etymology and distribution in Great
The Hughes surname in historical dictionaries An Etymological Dictionary of Family and Christian Names (1857) The son of Hugh. Aventinus derives Hugh from Hougen, that is, slasher or cutter. Alfred, in the year 900, used Hugh to denote comfort. Hugh in the Gaelic, is Aoidh, which signifies affability, a guest, a stranger.
Hughes (surname) – Wikipedia
Hughes is an Anglicized spelling of the Welsh and Irish patronymic surname. The surname may also derive from the etymologically unrelated Picard variant Hugh (Old French Hue) of the Germanic name Hugo . In Wales and other areas of Brythonic Britain, the surname derives from the personal name “Hu” or “Huw”, meaning “fire” or “inspiration”.


Hu (mythology) – Wikipedia
Hu(ḥw), in ancient Egypt, was the deification of the first word, the word of creation, that Atumwas said to have exclaimed upon ejaculating or, alternatively, his circumcision, in his masturbatoryact of creating the Ennead. Hu is mentioned already in the Old Kingdom Pyramid texts(PT 251, PT 697) as companion of the deceased pharaoh.
Hu Gadarn – Wikipedia
Hu Gadarn ( Hu the Mighty) is a supposed Welsh legendary figure who appears in several of a series of Welsh Triads produced by the Welsh antiquarian and literary forger Iolo Morganwg. These triads, which Iolo put forth as medieval works, present Hu as a culture hero of the ancient Britons who introduced ploughing.
The Sacred HU by Janet Maika’i Rudolph
In old Europe, Hu is “the all-ruling Divinity of Western Celtic mythology.” The god Hu was married to the great goddess Cerridwen best known for her cauldron of life. Druid acolytes would invoke both deities in their spiritual mystery  initiation.


Asbury History, Family Crest & Coats of Arms – HouseOfNames
The surname Asbury was first found in Derbyshire, at Ashbourne, a market town in the Derbyshire Dales now famous for its historic annual Shrovetide football match. The first record was found in the Domesday Book where it was listed as Esseburne, having derived from the Old English aesc + burna, meaning “stream where the ash-trees grow.” [2]

Asbury Name Meaning & Asbury Family History at Ancestry.com®
Asbury Name Meaning English:: variant of Astbury a habitational name from Astbury in Cheshire named from Old English ēast ‘east’ + byrig dative of burh ‘manor fortified place’.

Meaning of the name Asbury
Asbury is pronounced as AS-bur-ee. We searched the entire web for you to find the meaning of the name Asbury not only the meaning but also other characteristics such as gender, origin, pronunciation and much more… More info. The name Asbury comes from the Old English words aesc, which means ‘ash tree’, and bury, which means ‘fort’.

Asbury – Meaning of Asbury, What does Asbury mean? – Baby Names Pedia
Asbury is of Old English origin and it is used mainly in English. The meaning of Asbury is ‘fortress’. See also the related categories, english and fortress (castle). Asbury is uncommon as a baby boy name. At the modest height of its usage in 1901, 0.005% of baby boys were named Asbury. It was #955 in rank then. STRONGHOLD


ash | Etymology, origin and meaning of ash by etymonline
ash (n.1) “powdery remains of fire,” Middle English asshe, from Old English æsce “ash,” from Proto-Germanic *askon (source also of Old Norse and Swedish aska, Old High German asca, German asche, Middle Dutch asche, Gothic azgo “ashes”), from PIE root *as- “to burn, glow.”

Ash Tree Symbolism – Health And Rebirth – Spiritual Unite
Returning to the idea of foundations, the Ash tree symbolises the need for a plant-based diet and exercise, good sleeping habits and stress-free home life. These very basic things are the foundations upon which we build our own happiness, much in the way the Ash tree’s roots provide a foundation for the tree to grow so large. Rebirth

Symbolism of trees: spiritual meanings across history
The ash tree is especially important in Norse mythology. This belief system has its own version of the world tree metaphor — represented by the ash tree. Historically, in European cultures it was also believed that burning the wood of ash trees could ward off evil spirits. These trees also symbolize higher awareness and sacrifice. Aspen

Ash Tree Symbolism and Meaning Explained [With Magical Uses]
Ash Tree Symbolism in Different Cultures It has large roots that sink deep into the ground. For the Celts, this symbolized the people’s ability to dig inside themselves to find nourishment and inner stability. It is also a great symbol of stability and security.

Ash Tree Magic and Folklore – Learn Religions
Ash is one of three trees which were sacred to the Druids (Ash, Oak and Thorn), and connects the inner self to the outer worlds. This is a symbol of connections and creativity, and of transitions between the worlds.

Ash mythology and folklore | Trees for Life
The ash tree has strong links with the Vikings but also has its place in British folklore and in Gaelic it is called uinnseann (pronounced ooshin). Yggdrasil, the World Tree in Viking mythology, grew on an island surrounded by the ocean, in the depths of which the World Serpent lay.

What Does an Ash Tree Symbolize? Be Aware of the Legends!
The ash tree symbolizes the World Treea tree that joined the three worlds: the underworld, the middle earth, and the spiritual realm. The ash tree is also linked with the blending of the past, present, and future. The ash tree stands for strength, which it gets from its strong roots.

World Tree Metaphor

Yggdrasil is the tree of life in Norse mythology

In Cosmology by Skjalden

Yggdrasil is an eternal green ash tree in Norse mythology. It stands in the middle of the world, with branches that stretch out over all of the nine realms. Each realm hangs on its own branch, but if the tree should shake or fall, so will all the realms.

Yggdrasil is also called Mimir’s tree (Old Norse: Mímameiðr) and Lærad (Old Norse: Læraðr). The idea of a world tree is also present among other Germanic tribes. In Saxony, Germany, the pagans worshipped a tree called Irminsul. This tree was eventually destroyed by Charlemagne during the Saxon Wars in the 8th century. (Read more: The Viking Age began because of heathen resistance)


The name Yggdrasil is a kenning, a mythological metaphor that is described in the Edda poem Hávamál. Yggdrasil is a combination of two words. Yggr, which is one of Odin’s names and means “the terrifier, the one who strikes all”. Drasill basically means “horse”, but in a majestic and ceremonial way. Therefore, the name Yggdrasil means Odin’s horse.

The name should be understood in the context of Odin’s connection with the world tree. Odin who is always in pursuit of more knowledge, once sacrificed himself on the tree to gain more knowledge


I know that I hung on a windy tree
nine long nights,
wounded with a spear, dedicated to Odin,
myself to myself,
on that tree of which no man knows
from where its roots run.
– Hávamál stanza 138
No one gave me bread nor a horn
I looked down,
I took up the runes, screaming I took,
I fell then from there.
– Hávamál stanza 139
When Odin was hanging on the tree, he was, therefore, riding the tree as a horse. This mythological metaphor can be seen as Norse humor It was in the final moments before Odin fell from Yggdrasil, that he learned the secrets of the runes. We see time and time again, that knowledge is not gained without some form of personal sacrifice in Norse mythology.

Wilmore – Meaning of Wilmore, What does Wilmore mean? – Baby Names Pedia
The origin of Wilmore is Germanic. Wilmore is a variant transcription of the name Wilmer (English and Scandinavian). See also the related category germanic (german). Wilmore is uncommon as a baby boy name. It is not listed within the top 1000.
Wilmore – Name Meaning, What does Wilmore mean? – Think Baby Names
Wilmore as a boys’ name is of Old German origin, and the name Wilmore means “strong desire”. Wilmore is an alternate form of Wilmer (Old German). STARTS WITH Wil- ASSOCIATED WITH strong Variations VARIANTS Wylmer, Willmer, Willmar ALTERNATIVE FORM VIA WILMER Wilmar CREATIVE FORMS (male) (female) MIDDLE NAME PAIRINGS Wilmore Knox (W.K.), ..
Surname Database: Wilmore Last Name Origin
The name means ‘the wild or waste moor’, derived from the Old English pre 7th Century elements ‘wild’, wild, waste, uncultivated, with ‘mor’, moor, marsh. Locational surnames were mainly acquired by those former inhabitants of a place who moved to another area, and were best identified by the name of their birthplace.

Wilmore is a home rule-class city in Jessamine County, Kentucky, United States. The population was 5,999  (   ) at the 2020 census. It is part of the Lexington–Fayette Metropolitan Statistical Area. According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 2.6 square miles, all of it land.Wikipedia
Country:United States
Home rule in the United States
In the United States, home rule is an authority of a constituent part of a U.S. state to exercise powers of governance delegated to it by its state government. In some states, known as home rule states, the state’s constitution grants municipalities and/or counties the ability to pass laws to govern themselves as they see fit.  Wikipedia

What is home rule? – WHYY
Simply put, home rule allows a municipality much more freedom to self-govern, which in turn can be empowering for citizens. It also limits interference from state legislation, beneficial on the state-level because it frees up the General Assembly to focus on statewide issues.

will    (wĭl) n.

1. The mental faculty by which one deliberately chooses or decides upon a course of action:  championed freedom of will against a doctrine of predetermination.


a. Diligent purposefulness; determination: an athlete with the will to win.
b. Self-control; self-discipline: lacked the will to overcome the addiction.
3. desire, purpose, or determination, especially of one in authority:
It is the sovereign’s will that the prisoner be spared.
4. Deliberate intention or wish: Let it be known that I took this course of action against my will.
5. Free discretion; inclination or pleasure: wandered about, guided only by will.
6. Bearing or attitude toward others; disposition: full of good will.

more | Etymology, origin and meaning of more by etymonline
As a noun, “a greater quantity, amount, or number,” in Old English. More and more “larger and larger amounts” is from 12c. More or less in a greater or lesser degree” is from early 13c.; appended to a statement to indicate nearness but not precision, from 1580s.

moor – moo͝r – noun
  1. An uncultivated area covered with low-growing vegetation and often high but poorly drained.
  2. One of a dark race dwelling in Barbary in northern Africa. They derive their name from the ancient Mauri or Mauritanians (see Mauritanian), but the present Moors are a mixed race, chiefly of Arab and Mauritanian origin. The name is applied especially to the dwellers in the cities. The Arabic conquerors of Spain were called Moors.
  3. A dark-colored person generally; a negro; a black.


The name “Kentucky” is of native American origin and has been attributed to several different languages with several different possible meanings, including the Iroquois word “ken-tah-ten,” which means land of tomorrow. Other possible meanings for the name Kentucky: meadow lands, cane and turkey lands, or dark and bloody ground.
Jun 1, 2021  In honor of Kentucky’s 229th birthday,  In 1792, Kentucky became the first U.S. state west of the Appalachian Mountains. Daniel Boone was one of Kentucky’s most prominent explorers. Several immigrants followed him by trailblazing through the Cumberland Gap, known as the Wilderness Road.
Wilmore, Kentucky     SO KENTUCKY is 230 years old… about to go into their 231 st year
Cumberland noun Land of the peaks or Peak Dtstrict Etymology: Cumbra = Hill, Peak or Summit
jasmine (n.) 1570s, from French jasmin (earlier jessemin ), from Arabic yas (a)min, from Persian yasmin (compare Greek iasme, iasmelaion, name of a Persian perfume which was perhaps oil of jasmine). The plant first was grown in England 16c. The forms in other Germanic languages also are from French. ‘cite’ updated on October 09, 2020 Advertisement

Wilmore, Kentucky
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The East Main Street Historic District is listed on the National Register of Historic Places[1]

Motto: “…Small town charm”
Location of Wilmore in Jessamine County, Kentucky.
Total Land:
sq mi (10.60 km2)
0.03 sq mi (0.09 km2)
883 ft (269 m)


A post office called “Wilmore” was established in 1877. It was named for John R. Wilmore, a local landowner and former slave owner.[4][5]

In 1882, the Southern Railway  (which is now Norfolk Southern Railway) established a line through the county and located a flag stop at Wilmore which was briefly called “Scott’s Station”. It was named for John D. Scott, the owner of the site. The station’s name was soon changed to Wilmore.[4]

SCOTT – Surname Meaning and Origin | Genealogy – ThoughtCo
Scott is an ethnic or geographical name signifying a native from Scotland or a person who spoke Gaelic, derived from the Old English scotti, originally a generic name given by the Romans to Gaelic raiders from Ireland. 

By the 1890s, Wilmore was a prosperous settlement with a population of about 600. Wilmore was an important shipping point for cattle, hogs, grain and other produce, and the settlement had a blacksmith, carriage repair shops, two drug stores, three doctors, three large stores, a hardware store, two butcher shops, a livery stable, a school, several churches, a glass mill, and a grist mill. Asbury University (formerly Asbury College) was founded in 1890.[5]

Wilmore was incorporated in 1918.[4]

From 1970 to 2012, Wilmore was the original location of the Ichthus Music Festival, a gathering of Christian musical artists and speakers; upon its revival in 2021 it returned to Wilmore. The city is home to the Highbridge Film Festival, a showcase for locally produced films.

Ichthus Festival

The main stage at Ichthus 2007

The Ichthus Festival is a Christian music festival in Wilmore, Kentucky. Held 44 times from 1970 to 2015, the event was originally a Christian-music answer to Woodstock but developed into both the longest-running Christian music festival and a Christian ministry serving tens of thousands of attendees annually. With financial difficulties in the 2010s, the festival left Wilmore after 2012 and put on one last event in 2015 at the Kentucky Horse Park in nearby Lexington, Kentucky. In 2021, the festival was revived in Wilmore.

Professor Bob Lyon was inspired by 1969’s Woodstock to create a similar experience for fans of Christian music. In spring 1970, Lyon and some of his students at Asbury Theological Seminary hosted thousands at the first Ichthus Festival at Wilmore Campgrounds in Wilmore, Kentucky.

Lyon  – The city was named in the 1st (43 b.c) century Lugdunum by its founder, the roman Munatius Plancus . Lugdunum is a latinization of the Gaulish *Lugudunon, meaning “Fortress (or hill since it was built on a hill) of Lugus( celtic god who romans identified as their Mercury)” or, alternately “Fortress of the champion’’.  The foundation was built on Fourvière hill and officially called Colonia Copia Felix Munatiaa name invoking prosperity and the blessing of the gods. The city became increasingly referred to as Lugdunum (and occasionally   Lugudunum[15]).[16] The earliest translation of this Gaulish place-name as “Desired Mountain” is offered by the 9th-century Endlicher Glossary.[17] In contrast, some modern scholars have proposed a Gaulish hill-fort named Lug[o]dunon, after the Celtic god Lugus (‘Light‘, cognate with Old Irish Lugh, Modern Irish ), and dúnon (hill-fort). It was established as the capital of the Roman french colony. To this day, the archbishop of Lyon is still referred to as “Primat des Gaules“. [20]  The Romans recognised that Lugdunum’s strategic location at the convergence of two navigable rivers (These places where two rivers meet or where one or more rivers meet the ocean/sea are VERY IMPORTANT SPIRITUALLY)  made it a natural communications hubThe city became the starting point of main Roman roads in the area, and it quickly became the capital of the province, Gallia LugdunensisThe words tend to change and simplify so over 1000 years lugdunum became Lyon , The name by which the city is known today. Monte lyon = Riding a lion in french.   SO LYON TRANSLATES TO LION

The Wilmore Campgrounds hosted Ichthus Festivals through 1998. Starting in 1999, the festival was held at Ichthus Farm, a 111-acre (45 ha) parcel bought specifically for the festival.[1] Fuse MinistriesSeptember 2021 event was scheduled at “Servant Heart Farm in Wilmore, KY [, …] the location of the festival from 1999 to 2012.”[10] The farm was sold and renamed in 2013.[11] From 2021 through 2022, the festival has been held at Joe and Cheryl Lycan‘s Servant Heart Farm at 9517 Harrodsburg Road in Wilmore.

lycan – Wiktionary
May 8, 2022Noun [ edit] lycan ( plural lycans ) ( literary) A werewolf . quotations . Categories: English clippings. English 2-syllable words. English terms with IPA pronunciation. English terms with audio links. Rhymes:English/aɪkən.

Lycan vs. Werewolf – Difference Wiki
A lycan is a deadly mythological creature of tradition and power. The term lycan is a short form of ” lycanthrope” which comes from an ancient Greek’s word Lykos- meaning wolf and Anthropos- meaning human. These two words can be put together to form wolf-human or wolf-man. It willingly accepts the blood of the wolf into their veins.

In 1991
, the festival saw 11,500 attendees; eight years later that number was 18,000.[2] As of 2009, the five-day, three-stage Ichthus Festival was still attracting 17–20,000 attendees and upwards of 100 musicians and speakers;[1] by 2012, it was the longest-continually-running Christian music festival.[5] When relaunched in 2021 by Fuse Ministries, the festival had 600–700 attendees.

fuse | Etymology, origin and meaning  by etymonline
fuse (n.) “combustible cord or tube for lighting an explosive device,” also fuze, 1640s, from Italian fuso, literally “spindle” (the ignition device so called for its shape, because the originals were long, thin tubes filled with gunpowder), from Latin fusus “a spindle,” which is of uncertain origin.

fuse – Wiktionary
7 days agoFrom Italian fuso and French fusée, from Latin fūsus (“spindle”) . Noun [ edit] fuse ( plural fuses ) A cord that, when lit, conveys the fire to some explosive device . ( manufacturing, mining, military) The mechanism that ignites the charge in an explosive device; a detonator.

Fuse Definition & Meaning – Merriam-Webster
fuse 1 of 4 verb fused; fusing 1 : to change into a liquid or plastic state by heat 2 : to become fluid with heat 3 : to unite by or as if by melting together fuse 2 of 4 noun : an electrical safety device having a metal wire or strip that melts and interrupts the circuit when the current becomes too strong


The vulva-shaped ichthys or “Jesus fish” was once a prominent pagan symbol representing almost every pre-Christian fertility goddess: from Atargatis, Aphrodite, and Artemis, to many others ...  Christians twisted ichthys (ἸΧΘΥΣ) into Ἰησοῦς Χριστός, Θεοῦ Υἱός, Σωτήρ or Jesus Christ, Son of God, Savior.

The word ‘ichthys’ is actually a Greek word for fish 🇬🇷 and was therefore adopted to go along with the symbol.

  • I – Iota or Iesous in Greek for Jesus
  • X – Chi or Christos in Greek for Christ
  • N – Theta or Theou in Greek for God
  • Y – Upsilon or Yidos/Huios in Greek for Son
  • Y – Sigma or Soter in Greek for Savior

The Fish Symbol as a Code for Persecuted Christians

In the 1st century, during the Roman persecution of Christians, the fish symbol was used by Christians in secret to indicate meeting places and worship. They could be seen on trees, doors or even graves. This symbol was also used by some pagan religions, so it did not arouse suspicion about what it really was.

Even more, the ichthys symbol could be used to determine whether someone else was a fellow Christian or an enemy. 

Christians would draw out half of the fish into the sand and wait for the individual that they were with to respond. If nothing happened it meant the other person was not a Christian, but the symbol in the sand looked like nothing. If the other person completed the image of the fish in the sand then it was clear that they were also a Christian and that the two could communicate safely.

Over time, however, the symbol has grown to mean even more within Christianity today. it is still used to symbolize a follower of Christianity, appearing on car decals, bumper stickers 🚗, shirts and a number of mass market goods. Christians use the symbol in a number of different ways, and it has become a symbol of more than just a secret meeting.

Ichthys – The Origin of the Symbol

The original origin of the fish symbol was actually in Greek culture, back in the first century AD. In fact, at that time the symbol was used to represent fertility and was considered a pagan talisman. In fact, during those times the symbol was used to mean ‘vessel of fish’ and the culture considered ‘fish’ and ‘womb’ to be nearly the same word

As a result, the image of the fish was actually a representation of the female sexual organ and was used as a representation of all female goddesses and likewise of women in the general world as well.

The Christian fish symbol, known more commonly then as Vesica Piscis, was used to represent the strength and power of the feminine kind ♀️.

It was used as an exclusive representation of women, fertility, and sexuality. In fact, it’s a well-known fact among many Christian scholars that this symbol was synonymous with the power of female fertility and the female body.

While those who practice Christianity may not always understand the ichthys meaning. It has been found repeatedly in ancient text and what we know of the ancient world. In fact, the familiarity that there was with the symbol and its prevalence during that time frame were the main reasons that the symbol has been adapted as it was.

Discover all our Ichthys Jewelry ! A superb collection of unique pieces, rings, bracelets and necklaces all representing the iconic Ichthus, a major symbol of Christianity.

Several locations in Wilmore are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Asbury University Administration Building (renamed the Hager Administration Building),[7] the East Main Street Historic District,[1] the Kenyon Avenue Historic District,[8] the Lexington and Main Historic District,[9] the Morrison-Kenyon Library,[10] and the North Lexington Avenue Historic District.[11]


Asbury University (formerly Asbury College) and Asbury Theological Seminary are located in Wilmore.

Jul 19, 2022 The word jasmine comes from the Persian word Yasmine, which means a gift from God or a divine gift or a gift from the gods. This exquisite flower represents love, beauty, purity, appreciation, humor, good fortune, spiritual ascension, motherhood, and modesty. Understanding the spiritual meaning of jasmine depends on the context, so we’ll dive deeper into these …

The Symbolism of Jasmine Flowers (Love & Beauty)


love heartJasmine is widely known as the flower of eternal love and beauty.  Because of its white blossoms, jasmine is also a symbol of purity. In some parts of the world, it is thought to bring good luck.

Jasmine is the flower of love. Traditionally, it is widely used as a flower for weddings and anniversaries in different parts of the world. As such, it’s widely prevalent in Indonesia and the Philippines, and many other areas around the world.

The fragrance of the flower is sweet and pleasant, and the appearance also communicates love. When we think about the jasmine flower, we mainly tend to think about things connected to love and beauty


jasmine symbolismPerhaps we could go even as far as to say that jasmine flowers have divine qualities and that they represent everything godly in this world. Because of its underlying symbolism and appearance, this flower has long been deemed as a flower of God.

In Persian culture where the jasmine flower stems from, the word “Yasmin” means a “gift from God”. It was named like that because Persians believed it was sent from God himself as a gift of purity and beauty to humanity.  The city of Damascus in Syria is called the City of Jasmine

In many ways, jasmine connects many of the symbolisms of god – purity, beauty, innocence, warmth, and good luck.

Wilmore is such a professional community with the influence of the two Asbury institutions of higher learning. Our population covers the full age spectrum, ranging from children to senior adults, and we have excellent day care centers, an outstanding elementary school and a beautiful community center for senior citizens, all within the city.

Asbury University

1 Macklem Dr, Wilmore, KY 40390, United States

MacKlem History, Family Crest & Coats of Arms Origins Available: Scotland Ireland The ancestors of the MacKlem family come from the ancient Scottish kingdom of Dalriada. The family name comes from a devotion to St. John. The surname is an Anglicized form of the Gaelic Mac Gille Eathain, a patronymic name meaning “son of the servant of Saint John.”

Motto: Virtue mine honour
Motto Translation: Virtue is my honour.

Note the fish (fishing), Note the (  Cross (Likely Roman Catholic), Note the ship (transport of goods) Note the mountain with the fortress on top of it.  Note the Knight’s armor and the FORTRESS or Castle above it.   All these factors keep popping up, not only in this post but in most of the posts I have worked on lately.  


Asbury University is a private Christian university in Wilmore, Kentucky. Although it is a non-denominational school, the college is aligned with the Wesleyan-Holiness movement. The school offers 50-plus majors across 17 departments.Wikipedia
Former names:Kentucky Holiness College (1890–1891), Asbury College (1891–2010)
Motto:Eruditio et Religio (Latin)
Motto (English):Learning and Religion

On Feb. 8th students at Asbury University gathered together in Hughes Auditorium for a chapel service. One week later, that service hasn’t stopped. So what happened that led up to the revival?

Asbury University Reverend Zach Meerkreebs was preaching to the students about love. Now thousands from around the country have flocked to the sleepy town of Wilmore, Kentucky to partake in the miraculous move of God.

I know the heart of God is not one to keep guilt and shame on us,” Meerkreebs says in the sermon.

Teaching about the sacrificial love of Jesus, he inquired of the students to determine how they love one another and what is the true source of that love.

Meerkreebs spoke from Philippians 2:3-4 which says, “Let nothing be done out of strife or conceit, but in humility let each esteem the other better than himself. Let each of you look not only to your own interests but also to the interests of others.”

He told the students, “Pressures off. You can’t love the way this verse speaks. Do you know that? You are loved by Jesus. Stop striving. Stop wearing this heavy burden of ‘I’ve gotta love because I’m a Christian.’ No, you’ve got to love because you’ve tasted and seen the goodness of God. 

At the end of the sermon, he prayed that the students would be overwhelmed by the love of God. That they would experience the kind of love that God has for them because that’s the love the world needs.

Anyone who has been to the revival shares there is a “sweetness” in the air. A tangible love of God is being felt by many around the country. God is clearly showing this generation His relentless love and pursuit of them to change and transform their hearts for one another.


‘The world has been watching’: How a small service at Asbury took the globe by storm

Haadiza Ogwude

Cincinnati Enquirer
Worshippers at Hughes Auditorium at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky, participate in what grew into the 2023 Asbury revival.

A viral nonstop religious gathering at a Christian university in Kentucky has come to a close. But the spirit of the service continues.

During a scheduled chapel service at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky, Feb. 8, a religious revival broke out. On Feb. 18, Asbury president Kevin Brown announced that the last evening public service would be held Sunday, Feb. 19.

Public worship continued in the afternoons until Wednesday, Feb. 22. And the last scheduled service was held Thursday, Feb. 23, in conjunction with the National Collegiate Day of Prayer.

“I find it fitting that what started with college students on our campus ended with college students joined in prayer and worship across the country,” Brown said in a statement on the university’s website.

More: Nonstop revival breaks out at Kentucky college. Now, it’s viral on TikTok 

Asbury University revival was an outpouring of faith

The Salvation Army units in Richmond, Kentucky; Frankfort, Kentucky, and Louisville set up a mobile kitchen to serve the more the half-mile line of worshippers waiting to enter the auditorium.Although the public service is over, Brown told The Enquirer that an outpouring of faith has only just begun.

We’re not stopping anything. … We believe that something is beginning to happen all throughout the United States and all throughout the world,” Brown said.

Brown participated in the religious service every day throughout the two-week period. While he’s still trying to wrap his head around the events that unfolded on the college campus, he said one thing has become very clear to him.

We are seeing just a hunger from students and a hunger from guests and visitors whose hearts are stirred and who are desiring something greater,” Brown said.

During the multiweek service, Brown said he witnessed goodwill, radical humility, compassion and a renewal of faith amongst visitors and students. One example was when an international student gave a testimony on stage and explained he could not work in the United States due to his immigration status.

Audience members were touched by the confession and flocked to the stage to offer the student money. According to Brown, the unnamed student never asked for financial assistance but was deeply moved by the generosity of his peers.

When people look at something like this, there can often be a skepticism. There have been attempts in the past to manufacture a revival-type service. And I know that can lead to a kind of spiritual manipulation.That skepticism is real for a lot of people, and it’s understandable, but … those who have come, I think, really have experienced something that is beautiful, is authentic,” Brown said.

We can’t end what we didn’t start’

Alexandra Petas, a senior studying journalism and Christian ministry at Asbury, was one of the first students to participate in the chapel-service-turned-revival. Petas went to Hughes Auditorium for the “Love in Action” series by the Rev. Zach Meerkreebs to obtain the mandatory faith, learning and experience credits students must complete each semester.

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Alexandra – Wikipedia
Alexandra ( Greek: Ἀλεξάνδρα) [a] is the feminine form of the given name Alexander ( Greek: Ἀλέξανδρος, Aléxandros ). [1] Etymologically, the name is a compound of the Greek verb ἀλέξειν ( alexein; meaning ‘to defend’) and ἀνήρ ( anēr; GEN ἀνδρός, andros; meaning ‘man’). Thus it may be roughly translated as “defender of man” or “protector of man”.

Meaning, origin and history of the name Alexandra
Dec 7, 2022In Greek mythology this was a Mycenaean epithet of the goddess Hera, and an alternate name of Cassandra. It was borne by several early Christian saints, and also by the wife of Nicholas II, the last czar of Russia. She was from Germany and had the birth name Alix, but was renamed Александра (Aleksandra) upon joining the Russian Church.

Petas said it was just an ordinary service inspired by the words of Romans, chapter 12, but it quickly blossomed into an event that would attract over 50,000 visitors from across the globe.

Petas attended services every day, documenting the experiences of her classmates. Some days, Petas would stay in the chapel until as late as 3:00 a.m. listening to countless stories of healing and transformation.

“I’ve never witnessed anything like this before in my entire life,” she said. “We can’t end what we didn’t start. The Holy Spirit started this and the Holy Spirit’s going to continue to move throughout this campus and throughout other college campuses and throughout other churches.”

Generation Z took the revival to social media

A Feb. 8 religious revival at Asbury University in Wilmore, Kentucky, has generated over 115 million views on TikTok as of Monday, Feb. 27.The recent revival is among many nonstop religious services in Asbury’s history. One of the most famous campus revivals occurred Feb. 3, 1970. That gathering, which also began as a morning chapel service, led to 144 hours of unbroken revival, according to the university websiteSeven other revivals have also occurred on the college campus since its founding Sept. 2, 1890.

Brown said he sees many similarities between the 2023 revival and its predecessors. Historically, students at Asbury used revivals to recommit to and evangelize their faith, especially amid social change and unrest like war, economic uncertainty, political polarization and racial injustice. While that is still the case, Brown says social media’s contribution to spreading the worship service made the last few weeks particularly unique.

According to The New York Times, Generation Z is the least-religious generation in American history, with one-third of the group identifying as religiously unaffiliated. Despite the odds, videos of Gen Z students participating in the continuous prayer and worship service sparked international attention on social media.

Because they are the LEAST RELIGIOUS GENERATION, they do not know the WORD of GOD.  They are easily fooled by the enemy because they are not grounded in the WORD.  They have been inundated with Eastern Teachings.  

At the time of this story’s publication Feb. 27, posts with the #AsburyRevival hashtag have generated 116.1 million views on TikTok.

According to Mark Whitworth, vice president for intercollegiate athletics and university communications at Asbury, approximately 50,000 to 75,000 people attended the service over the two week span, many of which traveled from across the country and internationally because they watched videos of the service online.

“The world has been watching,” Whitworth stated.

a case of measles was identified and linked to the revival.

On Friday, Feb. 24, state health officials said the Jessamine County resident, who is unvaccinated, attended the revival on Saturday, Feb. 18. Anyone who attended the service that day could have been exposed, and unvaccinated attendees were “encouraged to quarantine for 21 days and to seek immunization with the measles vaccine,” said Dr. Steven Stack, commissioner of the Kentucky Department for Public Health.

Asbury officials said Friday the university was working with Jessamine County Health Department officials to ensure all precautions were taken to mitigate any further spread.

Asbury revival inspired other colleges

Although the service at Asbury is over, at least for now, the spirit of the revival spread to other colleges and universities. Lee University in Tennessee, Anderson University in Indiana, Ohio Christian University near Columbus, Cedarville University near Yellow Springs and Northern Kentucky University in Highland Heights, Kentucky, are among the schools to have joined the movement.

These next two videos are really important.  First you will hear what what said at and about the “Revival” from the mouths of those involved and at the time that it was still running.  In the following video you will see clear documented evidence that this was a planned and orchestrated “revival’.  It was not a spontaneous movement of the Holy Spirit and the leader behind it lied about it, as well as other evidence that points to this event as not being what it has been hyped.  



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Recently, there has been a supposed revival at Asbury Chapel. Many are calling this a move of God but upon investigation it is anything but a move of God. On this broadcast we look at the evidence of this “thing” that is happening at Asbury Chapel and test whether or not it comes from God. As we will discover, the evidence points in the direction of a counterfeit revival.



‘A ripple effect from Asbury’: Secular universities now seeing revival gatherings on their campuses

Students at Western Kentucky University of Bowling Green have been holding gatherings, including one last week that was attended by a few hundred people on the main lawn of the campus to worship and pray together and share their testimonies.

Tommy Johnson, a campus minister for WKU’s Baptist Campus Ministry, told The Christian Post that the gatherings were directly tied to the revival at Asbury.

“We have seen a ripple effect from Asbury on the WKU campus. Several students from WKU attended services at Asbury,” said Johnson. “After returning from Asbury, several of them gathered for prayer and worship at the chapel on WKU’s campus and invited other students to join that night.”

“One of the student leaders who attended an Asbury service, a freshman, then invited several leaders of campus and church ministries to meet to explore a potential joint campus ministries worship and prayer gathering.”

Johnson said they “planned a service for Feb. 23 on the National Collegiate Day of Prayer,” adding, “We have long been praying for and continue to pray for revival on our campus, and we discussed how revival is measured not merely by how many students gather or how long they stay at an event but by the result of life change.”

A worship gathering held at Ohio State University in February 2023. | Screengrab: Facebook/OHIO STATE REVIVAL GATHERINGS

The large gathering at the main lawn was organized chiefly by BCM, other college ministries like Cru and Christian Student Fellowship, as well as Hillvue Heights Church, New Life Church and Living Hope Baptist Church.

Johnson added that WKU leadership “has been helpful in directing us to go through the process of reserving space on campus for events and to make campus security aware of the gathering.”

Thomas W. Weakley, a part-time professor at WKU and staff member of Cru, had traveled to Asbury to participate in its revival event on Feb. 12 and was there for several hours.

“It was very worshipful, musical, orderly, respectful, hopeful, prayerful and God honoring and glorifying,” Weakley said.

Weakley said three WKU students traveled to Asbury for the revival on Feb. 16, and while they returned in the very early morning, they were inspired to worship at the public campus’ interfaith chapel.

“After returning at 4 a.m., they went directly to the WKU chapel. It was closed, so they stayed outside asking God to continue to work,” said Weakley, noting that it was around 25 degrees Fahrenheit.

“The chapel opened at 8 a.m. They went in to pray. Around 10 a.m., a few more showed up, maybe 10. By 12 p.m., there were 30; by one p.m., 45 were there. We estimate around 90 students came sometime during the day.”

Weakley told CP he met the student leaders of that gathering and there, they planned out the Feb. 23 gathering. More than 300 attended and around 50 stayed well after 10 p.m. as the temperature dropped to around 45 degrees Fahrenheit.

Weakley was optimistic about the longterm impact of the gatherings, telling CP that a “planning team is meeting this week to see if we are being led to sponsor another campuswide time.”

The Ohio State University, another public university, also held a worship gathering last Thursday evening on the second floor of the Student Union building which lasted into the early hours the next morning.

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Pastor Aaron Fry of Sozo Church in Columbus, Ohio, told CP that he attended the Asbury revival on Feb. 17 and the OSU prayer and worship gathering last Thursday along with his wife: “There were people in the room that have been praying for revival on campus for at least 15 years. My wife and I went to support and pray alongside these students. I believe that those who are blazing the trail at OSU are more qualified in these moments to speak into this.”

Priscilla Wan, director of the Faith Hope Love House of Prayer who is involved in campus ministry at OSU, also attended the event, telling CP that it was “powerful.”

“A small group of young men from OSU led two hours of worship/prayer with cajon, electric guitar, piano and two singers. Virtually the entire time was vertical … meaning no speaker, and hardly anyone addressing the crowd,” she recounted.

“Some students were on their knees praying for an awakening on their campus and praying for the lost. I would estimate about 200 people showed up. The organizers needed to open a second room and asked all non-OSU students to go to the second room.”

Wan did not consider the event tied to Asbury, explaining to CP that “students organizing the gathering had already begun planning it before Asbury happened.”

“They had a pure heart to simply want to minister to Jesus. Although the Asbury revival was amazing and created more excitement for The OSU Collegiate Day of Prayer, the organizers were not stirred to gather because of the Asbury revival,” Wan said.

“They were open to a similar awakening happening at OSU, but their primary motivation was simply to gather and offer Jesus worship and prayer from OSU students.”

Wan told CP that she believed and hoped “that the students will continue to gather to worship and pray,” noting that “the students are hungry for a move of God on their campus.”

“Above all, I think that the students are simply wanting to minister to the Lord with prayer and worship regardless of whether ‘revival’ breaks out,” she added.

“I think we will see more collaborative prayer and worship gatherings on campus, but I think we will also see it organically happening among students in their dorms and social gatherings.”

CP also reached out to OSU leadership, with a spokesperson sending a brief statement noting that they “support the right of our students, faculty and staff to peacefully express their views and to speak out about issues that are important to them.”

2 days ago Pastor Aaron Fry of Sozo Church in Columbus, Ohio, told CP that he attended the Asbury revival on Feb. 17 and the OSU prayer and worship gathering last Thursday along with his wife: “There were people in the room that have been praying for revival on campus for at least 15 years. My wife and I went to support and pray alongside these students.
Feb 22, 2023 Revival Happening With Texas A&M University Students; “Worship, Repentance, Prayers, Healing, Baptism” written by Christa February 22, 2023 The Asbury Revival has ignited revival gatherings at many schools and colleges across America. Many students have hungered and pressed into God on their campuses as they catch the fire of revival.
4 days agoBaylor University, Texas “Baylor University students are praying for mass spiritual renewal after receiving inspiration from the student-led revival at Asbury University,” as Campus Reform recently reported. Harris Creek Baptist Church has been holding prayers and services at Baylor University. The worship services are primarily student led.

Brownsville Revival similar to one in Toronto

The Pensacola News Journal/November 19, 1997
By Alice Crann

Pensacola — People frequently compare the Pensacola Brownsville Revival to the “Toronto Blessing.”

Both draw thousands of people from around the world.

Both have been in existence for some time Brownsville’s revival started in June 1995 and Toronto’s in January 1994.

Both promise an emotional and physical encounter with God.

Both regard dramatically uncontrollable behavior as evidence of salvation and the presence of the Holy Spirit.

A number of people who question the methods and theological fundamentals of the Brownsville Revival see indications that it was planned and modeled after what is going on in Toronto.

The Toronto revival occurs at the Airport Vineyard Church, an independent charismatic church near Toronto’s Pearson International Airport. John Arnott is the pastor and revivalist.

The Toronto Blessing traces its origin to the signs and wonders philosophy of John Wimber, founder of the Vineyard faith, and to evangelist Rodney Howard-Browne, the exponent of the “holy laughter” concept.

Vineyard philosophy holds to a sound Christology but is steeped in psychology, inner healing, visualization, deliverance and occult-like experimental practices,” said Albert James Dager. He heads an independent, nonprofit and nondenominational Christian watchdog organization based in Redmond, Wash. that analyzes Christian messages in the media.

The Toronto Blessing is known for behavior so bizarre it appalls even people whose worship normally encompasses the manifestations of talking in tongues and falling down under the power of God being slain in the spirit.

In Toronto, behaviors that are called manifestations include: uncontrolled laughter, roaring like lions, crawling on all fours and barking like dogs, and flapping arms like eagles.

“In Toronto, any manifestation is allowed to occur at any time,” Dager said.

“Whether during worship time, sermons, prayer or whatever might be taking place, if someone begins to exhibit laughter, barking, roaring, or other manifestations, it is allowed.

At Brownsville Assembly of God there is at least a semblance of order in that the manifestations occur at the time of ‘impartation’ the laying on of hands by either Steve Hill, John Kilpatrick or other members of the prayer teams.”

The prominence that the Toronto church gives the manifestations prompted its dismissal in 1995 from its denomination the Association of Vineyard Churches. The Toronto church has changed its name to the Toronto Airport Christian Fellowship.

Toronto Blessing advocates say the manifestations are caused by the presence of the Holy Spirit.

Critics say that mass-producing physical responses, at the instruction of a preacher, puts man more in control than God.

Hank Hanegraaff, president of the Christian Research Institute in Southern California, describes the Toronto Blessing as an “extremely dangerous road to the occult.”

When news of the strange goings-on in Toronto began to spread, people from across North America and abroad flocked to that church.

Many took the news of their exciting experience back to their churches, including Holy Trinity Brompton, an Anglican church in London that is now drawing thousands and promoting manifestations on a scale equal to the Toronto and Brownsville revivals.

But the Brownsville Revival leaders Kilpatrick and Hill have consistently denied that their revival is a by-product of the Toronto Blessing.

Critics of both, however, say that Brownsville’s roots are found deep in the Toronto Blessing.

The basic idea behind impartation is that the anointing of the Holy Spirit is transferable,” Hanegraaff said. “Therefore, through touch, people believe it can be imparted from one person to another a sort of ‘Have Holy Spirit, Will Travel.”’

Hanegraaff is author of “Christianity in Crisis,” which won the Gold Medallion for excellence in Evangelical Christian Literature, and “Counterfeit Revival: Looking for God in All the Wrong Places.”

Hill, who does most of the impartations at the Brownsville Revival, received the Toronto Blessing impartation through a touch at Holy Trinity Brompton.

Holy Trinity Brompton was the center in the United Kingdom for the spreading of the Toronto Blessing the pastor there having also received that impartation while attending the Toronto Airport Vineyard Church.

And followers of one of the Toronto Blessing’s most colorful figures, Rodney Howard-Browne, visited Brownsville before revival began there. Howard-Browne is a South African evangelist who calls himself the “Holy Ghost bartender.”

The Brownsville leaders are now taking the impartations on the road around the nation. Last year, Kilpatrick solicited donations from churches around the country to pay for a $310,000 motor coach in which he travels.

Exposing the Leaders and Manifestations of the Brownsville Revival

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Why the Brownsville Revival was a demonic revival, run by Satan’s servants.

This article’s title may seem extreme, but Christians MUST scrutinize the spiritual nature of the so-called Brownsville Revival, (also known as the Pensacola Outpouring or Father’s Day Outpouring). This event was heralded as a crowning achievement by many Apostles and Prophets of the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) cult. They claim this revival came from God Himself.Furthermore, NAR Apostles like Michael Brown used this event as if it had a greater authority than scripture itself to justify his NAR-centered theology, arrogantly calling that which was demonic, of God.The proof is in what they say and teach. Firstly, Apostles of the NAR attribute the origins of this revival not to God but to David Yonggi Cho, a dangerous false teacher (and a good friend of Apostle Michael Brown). Cho listened to a demon who gave him ‘pagan’ revelation (Japanese Buddhism) under the guise of Christian doctrine – this demonic entity speaking to Cho audibly. It was through this spirit’s revelations that Cho boasts of his extra-biblical revelations which he calls the teachings of the Fourth Dimension, on which he built his church (not Jesus).And it is through this demonic spirit that he prophesied the Toronto Blessing and the Pensacola Outpouring.

David Yonggi Cho and Ken Sumrall’s “prophecy” over Pensacola

For further proof of this anti-Christian revival, Ps Chris Rosebrough from Pirate Christian Radio has reviewed numerous sermons from this cult-like, man-made, heavily orchestrated event. He proves without a shadow of a doubt that its origins are demonic, an event that continually twisted God’s Word, blasphemed the name of Jesus and prophesied falsely in the name of God. In this article, we have compiled all of Ps Chris Rosebrough’s sermon reviews about the Brownsville Revival. These reviews will be of great assistance to those who are questioning the legitimacy of the Brownsville Revival and ‘Apostle’ Michael Brown’s legitimacy as a Christian voice.

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Why was the Asbury Revival pumped by Glen Beck, Ben Shapiro (not a Christian), Tucker Carlson and more? How does the CDC play into this? Is this happening at other events with large gatherings?
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20,000 people may have been exposed to measles at Asbury University revival
An estimated 20,000 people attended a large religious gathering in Kentucky on the same days as a resident who was infected with measles last month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Wednesday, with potential contacts who may have been exposed to the highly transmissible virus now spanning multiple states and countries.

The CDC is urging doctors to “be on high alert for measles symptoms” among people who attended the gathering and is actively working with Kentucky authorities to search for additional cases.

“Community transmission of measles in connection with this event is possible, particularly among unvaccinated or under-vaccinated individuals,” CDC spokesperson Scott Pauley said in a statement.

Pauley said that the agency is urging unvaccinated people who may have been exposed at the Asbury University gathering to contact a doctor and get vaccinated.

Vaccines or immunoglobulin can be administered following exposure to unvaccinated or undervaccinated people to fend off the virus.

The CDC’s plea follows a weeks-long religious “revival” gathering hosted by  Asbury University in Kentucky. Thousands had flocked to Asbury University in the Kentucky town of Wilmore, far outstripping the town’s population of some 6,000 residents.

CBS affiliate WKYT reported the spontaneous gathering began on Feb. 8, after some students decided to remain in the Christian liberal arts university’s chapel after a scheduled service had ended. It ultimately attracted 50 to 70,000 people, the station reported, as word of the event had spread on social media.

The university says in the past it has hosted multiple “great revivals,” which are typically marked by a series of consecutive religious services held over several days.

The university says it does not plan to host or sponsor any additional “outpouring” services at this time.

State officials first confirmed it had launched an investigation into the Asbury measles case last month in an unvaccinated resident of Jessamine County, which encompasses Asbury University.

The case marks the third diagnosed in Kentucky over as many months, including another linked to a recent large outbreak in Ohio. Nationwide, the CDC says a total of three measles cases have been reported in two jurisdictions this year.  

This is ridiculous!!  Measles is a childhood disease that has been with us for who knows how long.  It is normally no serious threat and works itself through rather quickly.  Why on earth are we allowing measles to be treated as a life threatening pandemic??

The U.S. federal government is tracking people who decided not to get the COVID-19 vaccine injection, according to bombshell federal government records and video exclusively obtained by NATIONAL FILE. According to the shocking video, unvaccinated people are quietly tracked when they go to the doctor’s office or to the hospital due to a quiet new program proposed and implemented by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Government meeting materials make clear that the new program is designed to “track people who are not immunized or only partially immunized.”  Source


CORRUPT DOCTORSIn the U.S. (Kentucky), Doctors are paid $50 per COVID vaccine given to a child…

And according to an old paper (2016;


Everyone should know by now that those who are behind all this DON’T CARE ABOUT US!  Vaccines are not about YOUR HEALTH… they are all about CONTROL.  If you have not seen my posts on this topic check them out HERE:


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Asbury University said the person attended their religious services before developing symptoms of measles. However, the CDC said the person was contagious at the time they were on campus for Feb. 17 and 18.

Measles symptoms — which include cough, fever and a rash — typically develop around two weeks after a person is exposed. People can be contagious for four days before their rash appears.

The virus is considered among the most highly transmissible diseases, with as many as 9 in 10 susceptible contacts of contagious cases catching the virus. For immunized people exposed to the virus, the vaccine is estimated to be about 97% effective.
Ya, BS!  I would guess that at least 90% of those who get the measles recover on their own.  The CDC is taking credit saying the vaccines are effective.  It is BS!

Students at Asbury University are required to have received the two-dose MMR vaccine, CBS affiliate WKYT reported.

Before vaccines were rolled out in the 1960s, an average of around 500 deaths and 48,000 hospitalizations were caused annually by the virus. Severe complications include brain swelling and pneumonia.
We just have to take the word on that.  Statistics LIE.  People who were hospitalized with measles may very well have had other contributing factors or insufficient care while they were ill.  We don’t know what their numbers are based on or if they are even accurate at all.  I would like to see real numbers on how many people are negatively affected by their vaccines!!

The Jessamine County Health Department said Friday it was planning to stand up a measles vaccine clinic in response to the potential outbreak.    Are those mandatory??

“Recent data released from CDC indicates that MMR vaccine coverage among Kentucky kindergarteners is among the lowest in the nation,” the Kentucky Department for Public Health said in a statement.

Well good for Kentucky for protecting their young children from vaccines!! 

The WHO and the CDC will use any large gathering as another opportunity to spread their propaganda, instill fear in people and flex their regulatory muscle to force people to participate in their medical tyranny or be ostracized.


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The True Key to the End Times

A great revival is coming, so why doesn’t anyone talk about it?

A friend had just returned from a three-day conference on the end times. This “prophetic” conference was focusing on all of the Bible verses about the end. And there are many; more than two dozen. He was so excited and wanted to share with me. I asked a simple question: “What did they say about the great revival that is coming? You know, that time when God pours out His Spirit on all flesh, and whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.” I was referring to Acts 2:17-21 or Joel 2:30-32. He told me that topic never came up. Three days on the signs of the end, and no mention of a worldwide revival, no mention of God pouring out His Spirit on all flesh! I was not surprised…..

Don’t misplace your focus

Just this week, looking on the internet for “signs of the end times” confirmed my thinking. When you hear about those signs, we talk about wars, and earthquakes, and famine, and increased sin, and on and on. In one article, titled 26 End Time Signs number 22 was; “The Gospel will be preached as a warning to all nations. Matthew 24:14.” That one is getting closer to what you and I can do, but it leaves out the promise of what God is going to do as a result! He will pour out His Spirit and initiate a worldwide revival. (I say “worldwide” because He says “all flesh.”) In another article, the author had 18 signs and number 18 was “Gospel Preached to World.” No mention of the coming move of God that initiates this worldwide move of His Spirit that results in a world changing end time event.

God does call people to specific places for spiritual revelation and/or outpouring throughout the Bible.  And the outpouring of the spirit is often referred to in relation to fire.  Even John the Baptist said, “I baptize you with WATER, but He that is coming will BAPTIZE YOU WITH FIRE.”

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What YOU Should Know About the Historic Revival at Asbury University!


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A revival breaking out at Asbury University?

[Phl 2:9-11 KJV] 9 Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name which is above every name: 10 That at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of [things] in heaven, and [things] in earth, and [things] under the earth; 11 And [that] every tongue should confess that Jesus Christ [is] Lord, to the glory of God the Father.

Charlie Kirk @charliekirk11Is there a revival breaking out at Asbury University?
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LATEST from Asbury: Something Unbelievable JUST Happened…

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Now they are trying to “steward” the 24/7 revival, I say hands off let the people worship God as long as they want, just hire security and organize it better but don’t shut it down at nights to people only under 25 because everyone NEEDS God . I pray someone else with ignite a fire in their area if its too much for Asbury to handle. Let it happen!!!!
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And behold, I do send the promise of my Father upon you: but tarry ye in the city of Jerusalemuntil ye be endued with power from on high. GW “I’m sending you what my Father promised. Wait here in the city until you receive power from heaven.” GNT And I myself will send upon you what my Father has promised.

Acts 2:1-47

When the day of Pentecost arrived, they were all together in one place. And suddenly there came from heaven a sound like a mighty rushing wind, and it filled the entire house where they were sitting. And divided tongues as of fire appeared to them and rested on each one of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other tongues as the Spirit gave them utterance. Now there were dwelling in Jerusalem Jews, devout men from every nation under heaven. …

Feb 19, 2023 TikTok videos under the hashtag #AsburyRevival have racked up nearly 70 million views as of Sunday. Cedarville University, a school founded in 1887 in southwest Ohio and affiliated with the…

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Asbury Revival – Holy Spirit Call To Abide and Commune

Asbury Revival has been initiated by the Holy Spirit to summon God’s people to abide with him and experience intimate communion with the Lord.No church or man can reproduce what is taking place because it is move of the Spirit who has initiated it. Any attempt to mimic what is transpiring here is just a futal attempt to reproduce religiously what only the Spirit is doing in Asbury. This is a total Sovereign move of the Holy Spirit initiated by the Holy Spirit to bring people into a place of abiding with and communing with God. This is not a candy store for you to come and take samples home with you and share them with your naive spiritual friends.Repent!Already we have charlatans like Todd Bentley saying things like “I’m looking forward to carrying this fire” — Todd (delusional) Bentley Nooooo Todd!!! It’s a sovereign act of the Spirit, grace, calling people to abide and commune with God. You’re spiritually naive + delusional if you think you can hijack + channel this. Self apointed Ox carts can’t carry the glory, Todd. SMH
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I Saw the Asbury Revival and This is What the Holy Spirit Showed Me

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Asbury University Revival Live 2023 – Feb 19, 2023 (Worship: Holy, Holy, Holy)

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Is Asbury Revival Real? Revival MUST Come in Sackcloth

Psalm 51:17 The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit: a broken and a contrite heart, O God, thou wilt not despise.

John 3:19-2119 And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil. 20 For every one that doeth evil hateth the light, neither cometh to the light, lest his deeds should be reproved. 21 But he that doeth truth cometh to the light, that his deeds may be made manifest, that they are wrought in God.

1 Peter 4:17For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God?

Hebrews 6:1Therefore leaving the principles of the doctrine of Christ, let us go on unto perfection; not laying again the foundation of repentance from dead works, and of faith toward God,

John 9:39-4139 And Jesus said, For judgment I am come into this world, that they which see not might see; and that they which see might be made blind. 40 And some of the Pharisees which were with him heard these words, and said unto him, Are we blind also? 41 Jesus said unto them, If ye were blind, ye should have no sin: but now ye say, We see; therefore your sin remaineth.

Jeremiah 29:8-138 For thus saith the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel; Let not your prophets and your diviners, that be in the midst of you, deceive you, neither hearken to your dreams which ye cause to be dreamed. 9 For they prophesy falsely unto you in my name: I have not sent them, saith the Lord. 10 For thus saith the Lord, That after seventy years be accomplished at Babylon I will visit you, and perform my good word toward you, in causing you to return to this place. 11 For I know the thoughts that I think toward you, saith the Lord, thoughts of peace, and not of evil, to give you an expected end. 12 Then shall ye call upon me, and ye shall go and pray unto me, and I will hearken unto you. 13 And ye shall seek me, and find me, when ye shall search for me with all your heart.

Matthew 15:13-1413 But he answered and said, Every plant, which my heavenly Father hath not planted, shall be rooted up. 14 Let them alone: they be blind leaders of the blind. And if the blind lead the blind, both shall fall into the ditch.

John 4:23-2423 But the hour cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth: for the Father seeketh such to worship him. 24 God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.

Proverbs 14-12-16There is a way which seemeth right unto a man, But the end thereof are the ways of death. Even in laughter the heart is sorrowful; And the end of that mirth is heaviness. The backslider in heart shall be filled with his own ways. And a good man will be satisfied from himself.

Zechariah 1:4-64 Be ye not as your fathers, unto whom the former prophets have cried, saying, Thus saith the Lord of hosts; Turn ye now from your evil ways, and from
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Mar 23, 2021Revival In Texas Sean Feucht and his team collaborated with Dr. Charles Karuku with International Outreach Church to realize the “Let Us Worship” revival event in Texas. Thus, they set a stage up in a dirt field in Lubbock on Saturday. Then at the event, God showed up. Thousands witnessed God’s power, and revival broke out.
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Is Asbury REALLY Having REVIVAL?

Let’s learn from the mistakes of former ‘mantles’ & ‘Revivals’

Take notes from the Day of Pentecost.

Let’s have TRUE REVIVAL!

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I see enough evidence to convince me that the devil and his minions are behind this event.  However, I also believe that GenZs are hungry for GOD.  They just don’t recognize their need for salvation.  They have been conditioned all their lives to focus on themselves, their desires, their goals, and their rights.  They have been told they can be all they want to be by their own power and strength.  They have been told that whatever they desire no one can tell them they are wrong.  They have been told that no one has authority over them, especially not their parents.  They have been told there is no GOD.  It will take some amazing works of GOD to bring them to TRUTH.  So, I am not willing to say that GOD is not moving in the spreading of this “revival”.  And even if the devil was the initiator, GOD often takes what the devil meant for evil and turns it for GOOD.  SO, let us keep praying for the Lost, praying for REVIVAL, praying for MIRACLES,  and TRUST GOD. Be wise and be careful.  Stay informed.  You do not want to associate yourself with anything that is not of GOD!  God works through individuals, so we each must do our part.  Share the GOOD NEWS of the Gospel.