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Ephesians 4: 11,12 . "And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers; For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ".

God's design for the church has been misrepresented, misunderstood, twisted and manipulated, leaving many people victims and prisoners of controlling spiritual situations. As surely as the absence of authority produces chaos, absence of real leadership produces destruction and where salvation should abound--the worst abuse takes place. Wake up! This is not God's design for His church.

The focus for the power center is dual in nature: To present a simple, biblical view of the Gospel of Jesus Christ, thus leading people out of the comfort zones of life through inspirational messages of God’s abundant blessings.

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Posted by No Compromise Ministries of Deliverance on July 24, 2014 at 2:55 PM Comments comments (0)

Scripture says, “From that time Jesus began to preach, and to say, Repent: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand” (Matthew 4:17).

Jesus called people to repentence before He even called them to believe. Mark wrote, “Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the gospel of the kingdom of God, saying, The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye, and believe the gospel” (Mark 1:14-15). Christ preached, “Repentence first—then believe.”

Elsewhere Jesus said of His mission, “I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance” (Matthew 9:13). And He told the Galileans, “I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish” (Luke 13:3). Jesus’ gospel was all about repentance!

John the Baptist also preached repentance, to prepare Israel for the coming of Christ. John’s message to the Jews was simple and straightforward: “In those days came John the Baptist, preaching in the wilderness of Judea, and saying, Repent ye: for the kingdom of heaven is at hand” (Matthew 3:1-2).

People came from everywhere to hear John preach. And he told them in no uncertain terms: “The Messiah is soon to appear in your midst, so you’d better get ready to meet Him! You may feel excited that He’s coming, but I’m telling you, your hearts are not prepared because you’re still holding on to your sins.

“Outside you appear clean and holy. But inside, you’re full of dead men’s bones! You’re a generation of vipers, snakes, with absolutely no fear of God [see Matthew 3:7-12]. Yet you have no concept that you’re even sinners. I warn you—you must deal with your sin before you can believe on the Savior and follow Him. So, repent, turn from your sin and live in a way that reflects genuine change!”


Posted by No Compromise Ministries of Deliverance on July 22, 2014 at 12:30 AM Comments comments (0)

In Psalm 51:13, 15, David writes, “Then I will teach your ways to [sinners], and they will return to you. . . . Unseal my lips, O Lord, that my mouth may praise you” (NLT).


When God sparks a fire in us it is not meant for our benefit alone. It is meant to set us ablaze with a zeal for the lost in our culture and if we allow this flame to burn within us, it will compel us to take the good news about Christ beyond our church walls. We’ll realize, “That the fire burning inside us will not be quenched. Woe to us if we keep it inside!”


We simply cannot contain ourselves when we have been personally cleansed by the blood of Christ and filled with a persistent hunger to have His life dwelling within us. This makes us want to shout His praises to the world. Some of the best Sunday worshipers I know are those who cry out, “Thank You, Lord, for that person sitting next to me in the pew is now experiencing You.”


If we do not have this kind of fire, it will not matter how powerful our Sunday services are. Heavenly flames could rest on our heads and we could all fall on our faces in awe, but those things alone do not show the power of Pentecost. As long as revival is contained in church, it probably isn’t revival. If there is a true fire burning, it will move us to create a fire in others. Our prayer has to be, “God, if You are going to touch me, then cause me to speak to sinners and anoint me to teach them about Your grace. Send me into the byways with the compelling love of You for them.”


If the fire of God’s Holy Spirit is operating in our lives, we can know our life is no longer a spark but a torch. amen, thanks reading and be blessed.

When There Appears To Be No Way Out-God Will Make A Way

Posted by No Compromise Ministries of Deliverance on July 10, 2014 at 12:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Isaiah 43:16-Thus saith the LORD, which maketh a way in the sea, and a path in the mighty waters.

In our text on today, God give's us a promise of provision. Yes, when it appears that we have exhausted all our resources for whatever reason, when our back appears to be against the wall, when there seems to be no way out of our situation, when we feel like we can not take another step, when we feel like we have done all we can, when it appears that all the doors and possibilities around us are no more, God is declaring that He is still able to make a way for us.

The red sea was Israel’s impossibility. It looked like a barrier to their promise of freedom, but it was God’s opportunity to perform a miracle for all to see, including their enemies. He showed Israel’s enemies that He, God Almighty was not only with them, but He had already had a path prepared for them. In other words, God already had a way made for Israel’s journey to the promise land prior to their departure from Egypt In other words, God made a way in the sea!

God made a way for Israel in the sea, God made a way for Israel in the wilderness and He will do the same for us on today. He will make a way in the time of testing and trials, He will make a way in the morning, noonday and in the midnight hour and all we have to do is call on the name of Jesus, and He will hear and answer our prayer.

The reason God continues to make a way out of no way for us is because of His love for us. He sees our needs through His lense of His Word.

If you are having a hard time and feel like life has thrown you a bad curve ball, if you feel all alone in your situation on today, you are not alone. Be not deceived, God sees and knows exactly what you are going through. He is the Sovereign God! Nothing happens to us without first passing through the hands of God. Psalm 34:15 – The eyes of the LORD are on the righteous, and his ears are attentive to their cry.

Regardless of how high our sea may be on today, regardless of how rough the water may be, regardless of how strong the wind may blow, God will make a way out of no way!!!!


If God can’t do it, it can not be done!!! His Word declares on today that He can make a way out of no way!! I BELIEVE GOD!!!


If You view your red sea through the lense of God’s word you will see that the waters of your red sea has already been parted. Oh God please forgive for worrying and trying to handle things that you have already handled. Amen, GOD BLESS AND TELL THE LORD THANK YOU!!!!

The Corinthian Problem Pt. 8: When Carnal Men Lay Claim To the Throne

Posted by No Compromise Ministries of Deliverance on July 7, 2014 at 4:25 PM Comments comments (0)

The voice of the Lord is coming to all the Jehoshaphats of this generation asking, "What are you doing helping those who exploit the poor, the widows and the fatherless?" God is beseeching them to ask Him for an eye salve anointing that they may see again and to ask for a purity of heart to look away from self and come back to the simplicity that is in Christ. False prophets are resisting Christ Himself for power, money and fame. Biblical prosperity is not given to bigger cars and houses. Biblical prosperity is to be poured out for lost humanity with the compassion and selflessness of Jesus Christ.

The Corinthian Problem-Pt 7: My Preaching is Good for Nothing

Posted by No Compromise Ministries of Deliverance on May 8, 2013 at 10:25 PM Comments comments (0)

The only requirement for God to use us mightily is to get us to understand and admit that we are nothing. God didn’t choose us because we were strong and wise. He chose the foolish and weak things to confound the wise. God doesn’t need anything to make something. He is a God who makes something out of nothing. God needs nothing to work with. Too many in the church today are not willing to admit that we are nothing, and so we are hindering God from working in us and through us. If you know you are nothing and you understand your need for God, this preaching is for Good for Nothing (you)!

The Corinthian Problem Pt. 6: The Tabernacle of David.

Posted by No Compromise Ministries of Deliverance on March 12, 2013 at 3:00 AM Comments comments (0)

God will raise up again the tabernacle David. This consists of men and women who seek God in the manner that He deserves. These are people who willingly offer themselves entirely to the Lord and expect nothing back but His presence. God dwells with ordinary people who concern themselves with the depth of the need and give all they have for the cause of Christ. The Tabernacle of David is a people who posses the heart of God and then take His heart to a fallen humanity.

The Corinthian Problem Pt 5: Grinding In The Prison House

Posted by No Compromise Ministries of Deliverance on February 20, 2013 at 12:45 AM Comments comments (0)

Satan's plan for every true believer in Christ is to take away our spiritual vision and move us into a profitless labor where there is no outflow of the supernatural life. If our separation from God for the purpose of freeing others from oppression is willfully and unwittingly forfeited than we will become weak in the hands of the enemy. We are called to be separated unto God and empowered by the Spirit of God for the sake of every lost soul. If we would know the Lord's strength we must give Him our ALL and embrace HIS plan for our life.

The Corinthian Problem Pt. 4: From Captive-2-Captain

Posted by No Compromise Ministries of Deliverance on February 8, 2013 at 2:20 PM Comments comments (1)

When we begin to pray for those who are lost, God will sometimes answer by sending a storm into their lives. During this storm our friends and family who have in past times rejected us will come to us for help in their time of need. God will allow us to begin to guide them with Godly direction and provision. When we are gripped by God for the souls of others He will give us strength and wisdom to be broken bread for them. The only way we can make it on this journey is to understand that the suffering we go through is worth it for those who don't know Jesus yet.

The Corinthian Problem Pt. 3: Be Sure, Your Sin Will Find You Out

Posted by No Compromise Ministries of Deliverance on January 6, 2013 at 5:55 PM Comments comments (0)

The whole moral law calls us to be separate from the thinking of the world. If you settle in a certain comfort zone and begin to focus on self, to the exclusion of those who haven't come into your inheritance, this is the sin that WILL find you out. We can be sure that there will be a great personal cost to those who pursue self interest while there are others who still don't know the Lord. We are not called to live for ourselves. We are called to follow our Savior.

The Corinthian Problem Pt. 2: The Preaching of the Cross

Posted by No Compromise Ministries of Deliverance on December 31, 2012 at 4:30 PM Comments comments (0)

Redemption is not something to make us feel good. We are called to walk with Christ and share in His compassion for the lost. People cannot embrace the fullness of the Cross because they are not attracted to the selfless life it leads us into. The evidence that we embraced the Cross will be a life fully surrendered to the agenda of Jesus for humanity. We are called to take up our cross and allow our lives to be poured out for others.


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