Month: July 2017

Preach for souls!

Preachers…
preach for SOULS this weekend…rescue the perishing… care for the dying.. throw the net out no matter what you are speaking about.
I have seen God save souls at the end of my preaching a message on tithing! How does that happen?
This is how.
I always give an altar call for salvation, always give an invitation, always throw out the net.
ALWAYS.
There is not a response for salvation at every single service, but I make certain that the offer is presented.
Clearly.
"Come ye sinners, lost & hopeless, Jesus Blood can make you free!"
Remember, we are commissioned to be fishers of men, not aquarium attendants.
Pastor Myles Holmes, REVIVE
Myles Holmes Ministries

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My Love, 34 years ❤️

34 years ago today, this beautiful woman walked down the aisle at Queensway Cathedral in Toronto Canada, held my hand, looked into my eyes and said “I do.” 💝 My heart is still all a-flutter!Valerie Holmes, you continue to amaze me, with your love, laughter, joyful and generous heart, your passion for the Word of God and His Presence, your dedication to the ministry, and your love for people.

You have supported me in ministry, and continue to stand behind every dream and vision.

And on top of all of that, you continue to make our home and our marriage a place of romance, excitement and fun.

Thank you for all you’ve given me in these 34 years, including five phenomenal children, and thank you for still taking my breath away, Baby.

I love ❤️ you, My Angel!💕

Myles Holmes Ministries

True prophets, please!

Worth reading and sharing widely!
WE NEED PROPHETS!   
by A.W. Tozer  

 A prophet is one who knows his times and what God is trying to say to the people of his times.  

 Today we need prophetic preachers; not preachers of prophecy merely, but preachers with a gift of prophecy. The word of wisdom is missing. We need the gift of discernment again in our pulpits.   

It is not ability to predict that we need, but the anointed eye, the power of spiritual penetration and interpretation, the ability to appraise the religious scene as viewed from God’s position, and to tell us what is actually going on.  

Where is the man who can see through the ticker tape and confetti to discover which way the parade is headed, why it started in the first place and, particularly, who is riding up front in the seat of honor?  

 What is needed desperately today is prophetic insight. Scholars can interpret the past; it takes prophets to interpret the present. Learning will enable a man to pass judgment on our yesterdays, but it requires a gift of clear seeing to pass sentence on our own day. 

One hundred years from now historians will know what was taking place religiously in this year of our Lord; but that will be too late for us. We should know right now.  

 If Christianity is to receive a rejuvenation it must be by other means there must appear a new type of preacher. 

The proper, ruler-of-the- synagogue type will never do. Neither will the priestly type of man who carries out his duties, takes his pay and asks no questions, nor the smooth-talking pastoral type who knows how to make the Christian religion acceptable to everyone. All these have been tried and found wanting.  
Another kind of religious leader must arise among us.

He must be of the old prophet type, a man who has seen visions of God and has heard a voice from the Throne. When he comes (and I pray God there will be not one but many) he will stand in flat contradiction to everything our smirking, smooth civilization holds dear. He will contradict, denounce and protest in the Name of God and will earn the hatred and opposition of a large segment of Christendom. Such a man is likely to be lean, rugged, blunt-spoken and a little bit angry with the world. He will love Christ and the souls of men to the point of willingness to die for the glory of the one and the salvation of the other. But he will fear nothing that breathes with mortal breath.  
We need to have the gifts of the Spirit restored again to the church, and it is my belief that the one gift we need most now is the gift of prophecy.     

A.W. Tozer – from ‘Of God and Men’.

Please share this widely, it is a message that needs to be heard and applied.

Myles Holmes Ministries REVIVE

Pray for you?

ONE QUESTION
Are you on my prayer list?

If you are a member or a regular attender of the church I pastor, REVIVE, I’m praying for you & your family at least once a week. ❤️

If not, you should know that I fast 4 days a week (I only eat 3 days per week) which gives me plenty of time to pray & believe for the needs of God’s people.🙏

If you have not done so lately, email your private & personal prayer requests to prayer@reviveUSA.net

Also, let us know how God answers, so that we can rejoice with you!

Myles Holmes Ministries REVIVE