Years before he became commander in chief of the Continental army and president of the United States, the projection of George Washington's seeming invincibility came from an unlikely source.
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His contemporaries, running mates and young prophetic voice alike are mourning his loss and celebrating his life.
He told the Lord, "I will teach everybody I can how to do everything I do."
After health struggles, including cancer, the prophetic minister has gone home to be with the Lord.
Cindy Jacobs and Becca Greenwood recently prophesied together over the Deep South. This is worth reading.
"Two blood moons, in 2014 and 2015, point to dramatic events in the Middle East and, as a result, change in the whole world."
It's been nearly 50 years, but are the waves in this woman's vision happening each and every day?
"Young people have been flooding the altar crying out for more and being set free."
As prophecy unfolds before our eyes, watch this video to understand how Christians can prepare for the days ahead.
If you need some doors to open for you, watch this video and let it encourage your heart.
One Bible scholar sheds light on God's battle plan to defeat the Islamic extremists. But can you find this group in the Scriptures?
What is the Lord saying about 2015? How do we position our hearts with Him in the New Year and avoid the enemy's snares?
Cindy Jacobs releases a powerful personal prophecy for the stressed and weary.
"This does not mean that our coming year will be without challenges, and maybe even greater ones than we've had before."
Prophecy provides revelation of the purposes of God. It is the revealed will of God for your life. Here's why we need prophecy in our lives.
What were the biggest issues in the church and what does that mean going forward? What can we expect in 2015?
We all dream—but few of us know what they mean. Jane Hamon shares how we can interpret our "visions of the night."
In the dream, Dollar says, they were in the Bahamas with other ministers for the leadership conference. Find out what else he saw.
Most white evangelicals believe the answer is "yes." But are they blaming God or man?