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Our Redeemer Restores

Kathy Gabler — Holy Scripture says that Jehovah will restore what the locusts have eaten. (Joel 2:25) He will make up for those times that no matter how many bugs you locustkilled, they kept coming.  He will restore those years it took to fight and endure the swarming  circumstances.   He will make up for the time it took for circumstances to consistently strip away your strength and hope.  He will make up for all those mornings when the sunrise woke up the dread in your soul again and circumstances continued to devour your day and your future.  He will make up for the months and years that opposition smothered you and circumstances robbed you through changelessness. He is, indeed, your Redeemer!


Our Redeemer

A redeemer is one who delivers, avenges or ransoms as needed, one who buys back locustwhat was lost.  Think about all that can be lost to us, like lost opportunities, lost resources, lost potential, lost strength, lost harvest and lost energy (to list a few).   Our Redeemer can even buy back time, He said so in Joel 2:25,  And I will restore to you the years [I will make up to you for the years] the swarming locust has eaten, the locust larvae, and the stripping locust, and the cutting locust. . .”  This scripture does not only say He can restore the years, it says He will.  — Kathy Gabler


Redemptive Living

Emmanuel means “God is with us”. He is the God-Man who was born of a virgin that God might dwell among men. Jesus, Emmanuel, lived redemptively among men. He didn’t come to bring merely a message or a creed but He lived out redemptive acts through His life on earth. His disciples, those whom He has redeemed by His redemptive act of His shed blood on the cross must, in turn, live redemptively among men. There are too many and too much to redeem to simply live to go to heaven.  (Matt.1:23, NKJV)  “Behold, the virgin shall be with child, and bear a Son, and they shall call His name Immanuel,” which is translated, “God with us.”  We are praying you discover daily that you are living redemptively to the glory of Emmanuel.  (Marty’s Daily Discovery as heard on TEXAS PRAISE RADIO at the bottom of the hour 24hrs/day.)

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Be Consoled

As the people of God assemble today, may they be consoled and assured of the compassion and promises of God being greater than obstacles that have attempted to deter them.  “…with everlasting love I have consoled you, says your redeemer, the Lord.” (Isa.54:8b, CEB)

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Jesus Redemptively Confronted Darkness

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The “THY” of “Thy Kingdom come” is Redeemer. Redemptive acts serve to bring people out of that which would be destructive. In the Gospels Jesus acted redemptively (Lk.10:9; 11:20) and His disciples/apostles acted in like manner (1Cor.2:4; 4:20; 1Thess.1:5). Jesus brought back from destruction the morally corrupt, the physically depleted and the hopelessly demonized. In the Gospels He redemptively confronted and contradicted darkness both tangibly and intangibly which His disciples/apostles also did in the Book of Acts.

(This is the third excerpt from Marty’s article “THY Kingdom Come“ which was published in SEEC Magazine [Marty and Kathy’s ministry magazine]. Marty will be prophetically ministering at KINGDOM CONGRESS 2018 March 7-9.)


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THY Has Redemptive Character

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The “THY” of “Thy Kingdom come” Has Redemptive Character. If we can call Jehovah God Almighty anything, we can call Him Redeemer. For I know that my Redeemer and Vindicator lives, and at last He [the Last One] will stand upon the earth. (Job 19:25, Amp; also Ps.19:14; 78:35; Isa.41:14; 63:16). His character is continually displayed in redemptive acts of many-layered wisdom (Eph.3:10) and they are displayed through His sons (Eph.3:10).

(This is the second excerpt from Marty’s article “THY Kingdom Come“. Marty will be ministering prophetically
at KINGDOM CONGRESS 2018 March 7-9.)


MELISSA GABLER and the Grace Worship Team
singing “Manifesto” in a worship service
at Grace International Church * www.graceic.org
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Believing In My Redeemer

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We’ve got to believe more in our Redeemer
than we believe in the past.—(Kathy)

 
“Plead my cause and redeem me; revive me and
give me life according to Your word.” (Ps.119:154, Amp)


Marty and Kathy’s 8th Annual Conference
Kingdom Equipping Congress 2015
March 4-6, 2015
Worship, Prophetic Ministry, Impartation Service
Update on Israel and the Middle East
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What We Give Over

A farmer we know had a new Doberman puppy. One morning the puppy was in the barn with the horse. The farmer’s wife heard the horse stomping around and then heard a desperate yelp from the puppy! She ran into the barn and found the tiny puppy limp and lifeless. She could see no wound, but the small pet lay in the puddle of released bowels she knew to be a sign of sudden death. She rushed the unresponsive puppy to Dobe N Horsethe vet. The vet took one look at the dog and said, “The dog is dead. There is nothing I can do.”

When the farmer returned, his wife broke the news that his new puppy was on the back porch dead. The farmer knelt beside the stiff little body and studied the once shiny eyes now glazed in a dead stare. He called her name, “Princess.” He watched the motionless pup intently. Moments later, she moved her tail slightly. He called her name again, “Princess,” and began to stroke her. The tiny tail broke into a full swing, lifting her rear off the ground into a full wag! When he called her name, she suddenly agreed with her identity and purpose and future instead of what might have been. We will never know if the horse actually kicked her or just came close. Either way, the dog who thought she was dead overcame the trauma of the giant in the barn and lived to fulfill her purpose, becoming the best watch dog the farmer ever had.

Sometimes all our enemy has to do is show up. We give up because of OPPOSITION. Sometimes all he has to do is be taller. We give up because of INTIMIDATION. Sometimes all he has to do is cast a shadow over us. We give up because of DOUBTS. Sometimes all he has to do is be louder than hope. We give up because of IMPOSSIBILITIES. Sometimes all he has to do is out last us. We give up because of LACK of PERSEVERANCE. Sometimes all our enemy has to do is scare us with what might have been. If in shock we AGREE, he is successful. It is not what the enemy takes, it is what we give over! Some things were given over in past generations, but we can even take those things back through agreeing with our Redeemer!

(This is the first excerpt from the article “Threshold Wars” by Kathy Gabler.)

 

Your Redeemer

locustA redeemer is one who delivers, avenges or ransoms as needed, one who buys back what was lost.  Think about all that can be lost to us, like lost opportunities, lost resources, lost potential, lost strength, lost harvest and lost energy (to list a few).   Our Redeemer can even buy back time, He said so in Joel 2:25,  “And I will restore to you the years (I will make up to you for the years) the swarming locust has eaten, the locust larvae, and the stripping locust, and the cutting locust. . .”  This scripture does not only say He can restore the years, it says He will.   He will make up for those times that no matter how many bugs you killed, they kept coming.   He will restore those years it took to fight and endure the swarming  circumstances.     He will make up for the time it took for circumstances to consistently strip away your strength and hope.  He will make up for all those mornings when the sunrise woke up the dread in your soul again and circumstances continued to devour your day and your future.    He will make up for the months and years that opposition smothered you and circumstances robbed you through changelessness. He is, indeed, your Redeemer!

(This is the first excerpt from “Wait For It”, an article by Kathy Gabler in the August/September 2013 issue of SEEC Magazine.)

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