For What It’s Worth: A House Divided

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Shalom. Here is the latest installment from the "For What It's Worth" department. In this posting, Bill shares his observations on the crazy political cycle we are currently witnessing. More importantly, how this political scene is connected to what is going on in the Body of Messiah.
 

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For What It's Worth: A House Divided
Shalom. Here is the latest installment from the "For What It's Worth" department. In this posting, Bill shares his observations on the crazy political cycle we are currently witnessing. More importantly, how this political scene is connected to what is going on in the Body of Messiah. Approximately 25 minutes.
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For What It's Worth: A House Divided- Audio
Shalom. Here is the latest installment from the "For What It's Worth" department. In this posting, Bill shares his observations on the crazy political cycle we are currently witnessing. More importantly, how this political scene is connected to what is going on in the Body of Messiah.
Price: $3.00

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  1. Kelle Calder says:

    Thank you Bill for your ministry. Recovering from injuries, great stress, adrenal failure which caused PTSD, your messages have taught a greater depth of what I was being revealed by Yeshua. Bless you.
    First to my brothers and sisters conversations it has to start with us, our family, church. We need to be loving on the body of Christ, lifting them up who are struggling in love not judgment. It has opened my eyes so much how little we the body of Christ does not do this. We have warriors apart of our body who are not welcome in our churches once they come back injured with PTSD. They are dying waiting on government care or commit suicide. They are not being welcomed back in our churches because people don’t know how to deal with mind injuries. But our bibles says to renew our minds. These folks are so broken they cannot care for themselves let alone take the massive amounts of pharmaceuticals they are given properly, eat nutritional meals. This is something the body should be doing for the hero in our churches and community who laid down their life at the call of our nation. Quit pointing fingers at the government as if it isn’t us and our neighbor living and doing right in our own life, job etc because if we were… our nation would not be in this condition.

    • Bill says:

      Kelle; first of all I’m delighted that the messages are helpful to you. On the other hand, I’m discouraged to hear this disappointing news. I do hope that your recovery will continue and that other vets suffering from PTSD will find the help and support they need from their brothers in Messiah. Blessings to you and many thanks for your service. Shalom.

    • Jean Herviska says:

      Boy did she hit the nail on the head about the “church” or the body’s responsibility in taking care of each other first, and also the world, rather than people looking to ‘Baal’ the government as their god and provider.

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