You Can Be Healed
With his stripes we are healed (Isaiah 53:5). Jesus tells of His mission: The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor: he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised (Luke 4:18).

Does God Want Me Healed?

In the first chapter of the Gospel of Mark is the story of a leper coming to Jesus saying, If thou wilt, thou canst make me clean (Mark 1:40). The leper didn’t have the revelation from God concerning his case that you and I have today. He couldn’t turn the pages of the New Testament and read the message of deliverance for all mankind, but he knew the Lord had power to heal him of the dreaded disease called leprosy if He willed to do so. Not knowing the will of God concerning his case was the only thing standing between him and receiving his healing. It thrills the heart to read that Jesus didn’t hesitate, but He stretched forth His hand and said, I will; be thou clean (verse 41). The leprosy vanished, for NO disease can stay when the healing virtue of the Son of God flows.
Everyone Needs the Holy Ghost Baptism
Everyone needs the Bible Holy Ghost baptism. How can people tell if they have received this baptism? Is joy the evidence? I was filled with much joy when I was baptized in the Holy Ghost, but I had also felt much joy when I received salvation through the blood. Since the Lord could not have given me more joy than the joy salvation brought, joy couldn’t have been the evidence that I had been baptized in the Holy Ghost. I needed other evidence, and that evidence was the Holy Ghost speaking in tongues through me. Many people think Bible Pentecostal people teach that speaking in tongues is the only evidence of the baptism of the Holy Ghost. Not so. Speaking in tongues is the first or initial evidence that the baptism has taken place. Today as in the day of the apostles, no one receives the Holy Ghost Baptism until the Holy Ghost speaks through the person. The Lord, who desires to baptize us in His great power from On High, provides an immediate means by which we can know that we have been baptized in the Holy Ghost. The Bible clearly endorses the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. 1: Desire spiritual gifts (I Corinthians 14:1). 2: For he that speaketh in an unknown tongue speaketh not unto men, but unto God (I Corinthians 14:2). 3: In the spirit he speaketh mysteries (I Corinthians 14:2). These mysteries are sacred secrets. 4: He that speaketh in an unknown tongue edifieth himself (I Corinthians 14:4). 5: I would that ye all spake with tongues (I Corinthians 14:5). 6: For greater is he that prophesieth than he that speaketh with tongues, except he interpret, that the church may receive edifying (I Corinthians 14:5). 7: For if I pray in an unknown tongue, my spirit prayeth (I Corinthians 14:14). 8: I will pray with the spirit (I Corinthians 14:15)—in a tongue. 9: I will sing with the spirit (I Corinthians 14:15)—in a tongue. 10: Thou verily givest thanks well (I Corinthians 14:17)—when praying in tongues. 11: I thank my God, I speak with tongues more than ye all (I Corinthians 14:18). 12: In the law it is written, With men of other tongues and other lips will I speak unto this people (I Corinthians 14:21). 13: Wherefore tongues are for a sign, not to them that believe, but to them that believe not (I Corinthians 14:22). 14: If any man speak in an unknown tongue, let it be by two, or at the most by three, and that by course; and let one interpret (I Corinthians 14:27). This is the order to be kept in a congregation. If Paul did not believe in speaking in tongues, why would he say that one should interpret? 15: Forbid not to speak with tongues (I Corinthians 14:39). Forbidding to speak in tongues is exactly what some churches have done. The Bible declares that the Early Church continued stedfastly in the apostles’ doctrine (Acts 2:42). Speaking in tongues was one of those doctrines. The baptism of the Holy Ghost with the initial evidence of tongues is not fanaticism, but a teaching of the Word of God. Yet, some people claim there is no Bible for it. They blame tongues for the ungodly ways of a few. But the Bible says to mark the perfect man, and behold the upright (Psalm 37:37). There are those who believe that the experience in the Upper Room was not really the Holy Ghost speaking, but that the words came from the subconscious mind. How ridiculous! They state that the tongues at Pentecost—which astonished so many—can be explained by means of psychology in this enlightened age. What does the Bible say about such claims? But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned (I Corinthians 2:14).
Peace Be Still,” Breaks the Bondage
And there arose a great storm of wind, and the waves beat into the ship, so that it was now full. And he was in the hinder part of the ship, asleep on a pillow: and they awake him, and say unto him, Master, carest thou not that we perish? And he arose, and rebuked the wind, and said unto the sea, Peace, be still. And the wind ceased, and there was a great calm. And he said unto them, Why are ye so fearful? how is it that ye have no faith? And they feared exceedingly, and said one to another, What manner of man is this, that even the wind and the sea obey him (Mark 4:37-41)? What manner of man is this? At that time there had been no Crucifixion, no Resurrection, no concrete victory over sin. Seeing Jesus in action only at times, the disciples were unaware of being bound by a lack of faith. When Jesus calmed the storm with such a great display of His mighty power, they were shocked. It seemed unreal. In their wildest dreams they had never imagined what they were about to see. In fact, Jesus was so calm in the face of disaster that they asked, Master, carest thou not that we perish? This should teach you something. Just because the Lord is quiet, just because He does not always make Himself known, it does not mean He is not on board your ship or that He does not care. He is there, and He does care. He is ready to help you do that which you cannot do for yourself—but He waits for your call. The storms of life can be just as ferocious for you in this final hour as they were for the disciples. Like the disciples, you need help. Make sure Jesus is on board your ship; make sure you really believe in Him and what He has said. Every word He speaks contains all might, all strength, all courage, all power to defeat whatever adversity that may come against you daily. Jesus, the One foretold by the prophets, the One holy men of old longed to see, came into bondage that we might be delivered from bondage, that the captives might be set free. Many do not realize they are bound. They, like the disciples on the stormy sea, fail to consider that lack of faith is a bondage. Recognize your bondage and know that through the promises of God you have liberation. No power can defeat you when you claim His promises. Jesus has only to say, “Peace, be still,” and deliverance comes. Again and again, the Lord has brought those words to me: Peace, peace be still. All deliverance is in those words. Peace, be still. Great conflicts in the mind can rage as the devil battles against what God has promised, what He has said He would do; but Jesus said, Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you (Matthew 7:7). When you seek, ask and knock for faith in His words, “Peace, be still,” He is always there to help you. Peace is the undisturbed state of mind that we need for the Word of God to take over and bring mighty results. Peace is an absence of mental conflict. To be calm is to have harmony within, quietness, tranquility, freedom from petty disagreements and quarrels. When you allow Jesus to speak those words of peace and calm to you, you are in harmony with Him and the peace of God, in one mind and one accord with Jesus.
  • On the Day of Pentecost, all in the Upper Room were in one mind and one accord. They had come into that place that the Master could at any time speak the words, “Peace, be still.” No longer did they fear the storms of life, the prisons, the whipping post, the Roman lash. Jesus had conquered death. What was left to fear? Jesus triumphed with peace, be still. Now it’s ringing in their hearts: Peace, be still! That victorious voice of the Lord sounded in their minds, in their spirits; and they found great strength, great courage. No power could stop them now; no power could defeat them. It was victory in Jesus. We sing “Victory in Jesus,” but all too often we don’t act it out because we don’t really accept it in our hearts.
If You Know Jesus, You Will Hear His Cry
Peace, be still! That cry goes forth in many forms. It’s not always in the same exact words, but the calm is there. In so many, many ways, Jesus commands, “Peace, be still.” He asked, “Wilt thou be made whole?” He said, “Lazarus, come forth!” Yes, Jesus brought a calm, a tranquility. Peace, peace, be still. If a man die, shall he live again? Peace Be Still brought the answer: I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live (John 11:25). The answers were right in front of the disciples, but what would they do with them? They had to learn Him, to really know Him. In this final hour, the ones who really know Jesus will hear His cry, “Peace, be still!” The storm will rage, the lightning flash, the thunder roar all around your little craft; it will be tossed in every direction. If fear is your companion, you won’t have the calm, the serenity, the tranquility that comes with His peace. You who didn’t learn who was really on board your ship built your own hedge around you. Job had a hedge, but it was of God’s making. All too many people, however, build their own hedge; they feel they must have this hedge exactly the way they want. Self is in charge all the way. But if you want the One who said, “Peace, be still,” to be your daily companion, to walk with you, to never leave nor forsake you, to always be with you, then you will have to change. Let Him tear down your hedge and replace it with His hedge of saving blood that spilled down for you on the cross at Calvary. Know the power in the blood of Jesus. When you sing, “There’s power, power, wonder-working power in the blood of the Lamb,” accept and believe those words to be true. Just speak His name and miracles are done—if you speak in faith believing. Peace, be still!

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Pastor Tweneboah Kodua

Growing in Grace Mission Program
As a Church and as a Ministry we provide Bibles, spiritual books, pamphlets, magazines, and literature to send. The ministers are thrilled to receive these materials free of charge, and the need is growing. Now we would like to include not only our church members but give all of our Ministry partners a chance to take part in this Mission program and sponsor these packages.
The Wind of the Spirit
The wind blows, we feel it, we sense it, but from where it comes, we don’t exactly know. The wind of the Holy Spirit pours from Heaven and brings one fantastic change within. In the Scripture a comparison is made between the powerful operations of the Holy Spirit’s wind and the blowing of Earth’s wind. The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit (John 3:8). The wind of the Spirit, of course, has a different feel and a different work from Earth’s wind. Just as man cannot restrain the power of the wind, neither can he restrain the power of God. We have no authority over either one. Although we cannot see the wind, we see its changing effects on the earth; we cannot see the Holy Spirit, but we see the changing effects He has in the lives of people who yield to Him. What a difference the wind of the Holy Spirit brings about! We can’t really comprehend it all, there are no words to adequately explain it; but we know it’s a life-changing wind.
A Mighty, Rushing Wind
In this Holy Ghost dispensation the Holy Ghost blows the love of God and the humility of Jesus upon us daily. The wind of the Holy Spirit is blowing today with the same power it had on the Day of Pentecost. The Bible tells us in Acts 2:2, And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were sitting. The glory of the Lord was there, great action. With forked tongues of fire this mighty wind blew upon those faithful saints who were waiting in the Upper Room for the promise of the Father. It filled the whole house—the wind of the Spirit. Tabernacles of clay were baptized with the good Holy Ghost then, and tabernacles of clay are baptized with the good Holy Ghost today. The wind of the Spirit blows the great love of God into your heart—there is no lack of God’s love. After the cold, cold winter, you rejoice in the warmth of a gentle spring breeze. The wind of the Holy Spirit feels even better, for it is much greater. It warms your spirit and helps you yield to the Lord, makes you more conscious of Him.
Signs, Wonders, Miracles and Healings
The love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us (Romans 5:5). For the Holy Ghost to shed abroad the love of God in our hearts is wonderful, indeed. The blowing of the Spirit is the signal to every true believer that Jesus is soon coming; it gives us strength and vision to take Jesus to the whole world in this final hour. We will not fail. All nations must hear this marvelous plan of salvation, a message confirmed with signs, wonders, miracles and healings; and then the end will come. As the wind of the Spirit blows upon the nations, we are seeing the results. Miracles bring people to God. We have had Many people saved in one service; the evangelism spirit, the blowing of the Holy Spirit was upon the people, revealing Calvary to them, delivering them as the love of God poured upon them.
The Power of the Resurrection
When the wind came on the Day of Pentecost it brought every bit of power that the Lord spoke of. All the love of Calvary, all the love that went into Christ’s death on the cross was in that wind, the knowledge and power of His resurrection. Paul wasn’t in the Upper Room with the rest of the apostles; at that time he was still persecuting believers. But after his conversion we read these thrilling words: That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death (Philippians 3:10). Those in the Upper Room weren’t praying that they might know the power of His resurrection; they knew it. It was in the wind. When they came down from the Upper Room, they staggered, fell under the power of the Holy Ghost until the people outside thought they were drunken. The prophecy of Joel came breezing through the wind of the Spirit and fell on Peter, and he began to quote prophecy. But this is that which was spoken by the prophet Joel; And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh (Acts 2:16,17). The apostles were put in jail, but that didn’t stop them. The more they were persecuted, the more they told the story of Jesus. Stephen, the first martyr, gloried in the wind of the Spirit as he told his accusers about Jesus. When they heard these things, they were cut to the heart, and they gnashed on him with their teeth. But he, being full of the Holy Ghost, looked up stedfastly into heaven, and saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing on the right hand of God, And said, Behold, I see the heavens opened, and the Son of man standing on the right hand of God (Acts 7:54-56). Stephen’s forgiving spirit praised the Lord as the stones pounded down on him. When the wind of the Spirit is blowing, you have no trouble loving everyone. Keep that wind of love and grace moving upon you daily, the wind filled with the grace of God, the strength of the Almighty. Be conscious when the Holy Spirit is moving for you and upon you, conscious of the wind of the Holy Spirit. You can hear Earth’s wind at different times—when it blows hard, when it dies down. You feel that wind, use it in different ways and at different times. You don’t know the total strength of it, and so is it with the wind of the Holy Spirit. Its strength is beyond understanding, but you use it. People use the wind on Earth to generate power, and the wind of the Spirit furnishes power for us, power from On High to do the work God has planned for us to do. Some people have never felt the Spirit even though they have been going to church for years. If you have never experienced the wind of the Spirit, it’s time to seek Him with your whole heart.

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