Jesus “Rejoiced” In The Spirit

At that very hour, Jesus rejoiced greatly in the Holy Spirit … Luke 10:21

The word “rejoiced” in the above passage is truly an amazing word in the Greek.It opens up a window into the person of Jesus Christ which could leave you never looking at Him quite the same again.The Greek word for rejoiced is “agalliao”.The literal definition of the word is to “jump for joy, to exalt, to be exceedingly glad with exceeding joy, to rejoice greatly”.The word agalliao comes from another primary root word which means “to jump, to leap, to spring up”. Uh-Oh. Now what in the world are we going to do with our very pious and religious image of a dignified Jesus? Read more…


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The Fire In “Praise On Fire”

by Jacquie Kirkwood

It has been 30 years since the Lord first began speaking to me about the glorious “fire” of His presence. The scripture says in Hebrews 12:29 that our God is a consuming fire and in 1st Chronicles 16:27, that glory and honor are in the presence of the Lord. So, when we find ourselves enveloped in the tangible, manifest presence of the living God, we have stepped into His glory, which is a consuming fire. Read more…


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