This month we set aside a day to honor our mothers. A survey conducted among children showed that they would choose the love and approval of their mothers over money, fame, or possessions. George Washington said, “My mother was the most beautiful woman I ever saw. All I am, I owe to my mother. I attribute all my success in life to the moral, intellectual, and physical education I received from her.”
Rhema family from throughout the world converged on Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, in February for Winter Bible Seminar & Rhema Worldwide Homecoming 2012. Here is a sampling of what they heard.
//Kenneth W. Hagin
Memorial Day is a day of remembrance for those who have died in our nation's service. For many people, Memorial Day is just another day off. But for those who have lost loved ones in military action, it's a whole lot more. As our patriotic duty, every American should honor those who have spilled their blood to make America free and strong. Because men and women have died, we have the right today to preach the Word of God freely, to live at peace in our homes, and to pursue peace, prosperity, and happiness. Thank God for those who served and sacrificed to make us free!
//Kenneth E. Hagin
The believer today has covenant rights just as much as the Old Testament saints did. In fact, the Bible says we have a better covenant established upon better promises (Heb. 8:6). Because of that, we ought to be able to do all they did and more.
// SPECIAL REPORT: INTERNATIONAL RHEMA
At Campmeeting 1989 Kenneth E. Hagin was ministering when he saw in the spiritual realm a brown-skinned man wearing a white turban appear in front of the pulpit. The man in the vision told Brother Hagin that he was from Northern India and said the enemy was trying to hinder a move of God in his area. He was asking for help.
Narhari and Lata Thorat, both 1991 graduates of Rhema Bible Training Center USA, believe they are part of God’s answer to that request even though they almost didn’t attend Rhema.