Jesus gives his disciples authority to drive out unclean spirits. Some unclean spirits are named in this sermon. We need Mary Immaculate, the woman of Revelation 12. We need Michael the Archangel of Revelation 12. We need help in this battle. Clerics (and bishops) are rejecting their role of driving out these unclean spirits. In fact, clerics (and bishops) are participating in sexual deviance. Christians are participating in diabolic acts of uncharity and inviting unclean spirits into their homes. Jesus, send out your disciples again to drive out the unclean spirits of our time. Mary Immaculate, do your work! Michael Archangel, do your work!
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Jesus became poor (human) that you might become rich (saved). Then, Saint Paul switches gears on what that means for you $$$.
Listener Beware: There is a lot of yelling.
This short teaching explains the role of the Holy Spirit in prayer. Your prayer life isn’t going so hot? Invite and embrace the Holy Spirit who has been given to you!
Romans 5:5 – The love of God has been poured into our hearts by the Holy Spirit…
Romans 8:26 – for we do not know how to pray as we ought…
Living Flame of Love, Stanza III: Oh lamps of fire…