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Blogs about Armor-Bearer Training, Ministry of Helps and Servant Leadership by Varn Brown and Earma Brown

5 Virtues Of A Good Understanding

I am considered a late bloomer with most things in my life. So, true to form when I turned forty, I began to seek God about understanding my purpose. I'm pretty sure most of my late blooming has to do with the detours I took earlier in life. Yet, Father God has been faithful to me. So, I began to ask myself and then Father God, "Why am I here?" What is my purpose? In the process, I learned one of the biggest fears of people in general is to die having lived a meaningless life...

Using Your Conscience Heart and Conviction To Hear God

Quite a few years ago, God began teaching Earma and I about His leading and prompting by His Holy Spirit. Along with that teaching, He required us to follow. So, it was a big deal for us when He led us by His Spirit to step down from years of ministering in the jail and prison system. He had a different direction that he wanted us to go in our spiritual life. We followed that leading...

Serving With The Spirit Of Completion

Are you faithful in the Kingdom of God? You do know that this is a reasonable service, that we should supply in the church today. The reason I say this, I have seen and met people that have a different mindset, when it comes to serving in the house of the Lord. I’m not bragging, it’s just a fact, I’ve always been a doer in the house of the Lord...

Gaining The God Perspective

What’s your God perspective? You do know that it is very good to have one. If you have a bad one, in the realms of your faith you may get what you’re thinking or speaking. That goes for good or bad...

The Five Powers Of Ask

Get your plans, your strategies from God. He'll take you by the hand and help you. There are times you won't have to fight for the battle is the Lord's. There are other times you must fight the good fight of faith, using weapons that not carnal but mighty to the pulling down of strongholds.

Walking Congruent With Your Anointing

A man of God and his sons were the priest of the land. His name was Eli, the priest; his sons were Hophni and Phinehas. The word of God said, they were scoundrels before the Lord. They did evil before the Lord. Even though they were sons of a priest, they did wicked things before the Lord. In that day, it was customary, that the people brought meat as an offering, and put it into a pot to be cooked.

As it cooked, the priest would put a three pronged fork into the pot and pull out a portion for themselves.  But the sons of Eli were wicked and would say, give me the meat before you put it into the pot, (so they could do with it as they wanted) and if they didn’t give them the meat, they would say, I will take it. This was very evil before the Lord, for they were treating the Lord with contempt.

We Fight As One

In a war we should all stand together and fight as one. We fight as an undivided unit to defeat the enemy. The enemy knows that he must defeat the strong man to possess his house. In the kingdom of God, we are the-strong-man in our house. You do know that a house divided against itself will not stand. That is the main reasons why the enemy wants to cause division in the house of God...

Warring With The Word Of God

There are confirming forces at work for us (the Lord Jesus who prays for us and the angels who minister to and for us) and there are opposing forces (the devil and his co-horts) at work against us.  There's the kingdom of light and the kingdom of darkness...

The Gifting And Talents of God

Do you know that God has given us all a measure of faith, and talents?

Remember, Jesus said to his disciples, ‘all you need is a mustard seed measure of faith.’ Then you can say to the mountain, ‘be thou removed and cast into the sea, and it shall obey you.’

The Lord has given us a measure of talents, as well. Now the question is, how much of it are you using for the kingdom of God. In faith he has given us all a measure. It’s left up to us how much of it we activate in our life, to bring forth fruit for his glory...

The Praying Warrior And The Battle At Ziklag

They arrived at camp and found everyone gone. Not a soul was left in the camp. It was obvious they were taken by force. The camp was a wreck and burned to the ground. The men began to weep, including David. All of his wives and his men’s wives and family were taken by the enemy, the Amalekites...

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