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Is there a Phoebe in the house?

08 Feb

Preach on Phoebe

The word Phoebe means bright.  It comes from the Greek root word, phos, from which we get phosphorus, the ingredient in matches.  Perhaps through the ages, even though men have tried to dim her light and that of other women, God never has.  Paul never did.  Now, it is time for the Phoebes of the world to shine.  Let us allow them to come forth even as the Timothy ‘s and the Paul’ s.

Preach, sister Phoebe with all your being.  Prophesy, sister Phoebe with all your might.  Teach, sister Phoebe with all diligence.  Evangelize, bless, and minister to the church and to the world.  Let your light shine so all can see the grace of the Lord.  We speak to the shackles of religion that have reduced the gifting ‘s of women in the name of Scripture.  To the powers of darkness that have placed cultural bondage’s over God’s creation.  To the tyranny of prideful man.  Chains, be broken.  Prison doors, open.  In the name of the Lord.  According to His Word.  Let the wonderful, God-given, unstained, untainted, blood-bought truth set you free!

BLESSINGS!

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