Johnweldon.org - John Weldon is a Spirit filled, empowered evangelical, teacher, singer, and author. An in demand Bible teacher and preacher who is devoted to the Scriptures and the fullness of the Holy Spirit. He has ministered as a five fold minister (apostle, prophet, evangelist, pastor teacher Eph 4) in the USA, Great Britain, Mexico, and Canada. He is devoted to exalting God, establishing believers in truth, equipping the saints for ministry, and extending the gospel of the Kingdom to the world. While having a Southern Baptist heritage, John believes that all the Biblical gifts of the Spirit are not only valid for today, but absolutely vital to fulfill the Great Commission of the Lord Jesus Christ. Some may call him a Baptist, others may call him a Charismatic. Perhaps he is something of a Bapticostal. He is not about furthering the cause of any denomination or group. He is about proclaiming and demonstrating the gospel in Spirit and in Truth.
With songs like Bring the Rain, Heal Me, Mountain of God and 7 others, you will sense the anointing of God as He ministers to your own heart His life, joy, and peace.
New CD Release Marks A New Beginning And Journey To Healing
If you have lived for very long, then you have come to realize that at times, as wonderful as life can be, trials, tribulations and challenges will arise. Some can be minor and others can be earth shattering, but one thing is for sure, eventually they will come.
So what do we do when they come? In this article, which is part of a coming book by the author, he takes you step by step through the beginning of the trial, to the beginning of life afterwards. God has not left you nor forsaken you. He is ready to help you start again!
Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a desire fulfilled is a tree of life. [Pro 13:12 ESV]
“Grab your Bible because he will take you on a journey”
To be honest sometimes we can get in the habit of expecting music to be the prelude to the preaching. But when gift and talent are mixed with the anointing genuine life and power are imparted.
– C.P. California
“This is not just your average guest singer or musician.”
All too often we hear preachers and teachers these days that use only a couple Scriptures and then talk for about an hour. It was refreshing to hear powerful anointed preaching backed up with lots of WORD. – B.P. Texas
And without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him. [Hbr 11:6 NASB]
Is God unfair? Is He silent? Is He hidden?
God's sometimes surprising tools for maturing and training His church are clearly explained in this eye-opening discussion on the role of suffering in a Christian's life. You will be amazed at the depth of spiritual growth possible for those who continue to trust God during life's difficulties.
Miracle of Growth Through Times of Suffering
Does trusting God come easily to you---until adversity strikes? Amid troubles and tribulation, do you sometimes doubt whether he really cares? Exploring three essential truths about God---his complete sovereignty, his infinite wisdom, and his perfect love
Tragedy, grief, loss, and death are part of life.
He tackles the questions caused by a God who doesn't always do what we think he's supposed to do. Insightful and deeply personal, Yancey points to the odd disparity between our concept of God and the realities of life.
Some people see faith in general as being blind and ignorant. Others see it as a means to name and claim all the carnal and material desires they can come up with. You will also find those who see faith more as fate than anything, a what ever will be will be existence.
But what does God have to say about faith? Are any or all the above close to the truth? Take a deep breath and ponder on the depths of what you are about to read. It could change your life...
"And Abraham believed God, and it was accounted unto him as righteousness" [Rom 4:3; Gal 3:6; Jms 2:23)
We all know the Scriptural definition of faith and most have it memorized to help motivate them to hang on until they receive what they have asked of God.