Archbishop Audrey Drummonds, Ph.D. • Salvation
On October 31st, many people around the world are reacting to this day in various ways. For some it will be about candy and costumes. For others it's about prayer vigilance to keep dark spirits away. Many will use this day as an excuse to have a party. Then for others it is just another day on the calendar. For whatever reason people observe this day, it simply comes down to a matter of "what does this day mean to me?" If we turn back the clock to five hundred years ago we will find a moment in time that changed the world by one young man who was doing an ordinary thing in what he would have consider a normal, everyday life in Germany...
Dr. Audrey Drummonds • Holiness
Jesus appeared to over five-hundred people at once after He rose from the dead, but before the ascension forty days later. Yet, when it was time for the church to be formed on the day of Pentecost there was only a handful of people together in the upper room. Is Jesus appearing today, but we are not looking for the Resurrection because we're still hanging around the cross? Jesus unveiled many names of God within His identity as the I AM, yet many believers today have yet to experience a relationship with Jesus when He said to Martha and Mary, "I AM the RESURRECTION."
Bishop Audrey Drummonds • Deliverance
When you came into the personal awareness that Jesus Christ was your Savior from a life that was separated from knowing God into a life opportunity to not only know about God, but also that He was your Heavenly Father – you experienced what it means to be born again, a new baby in Christ Jesus. Now it is time to grow up in Him!
The fact that you are here means you have invested in yourself to be transformed today. Your putting forth the effort and desire to plant a new season in your life.
What does the word Overcomer mean? It means YOU are NOW OVER what has been over you…
Bishop Audrey Drummonds • Holy Spirit
There is a generation called Christ found in a remnant of people throughout the history of humanity. This generation is not bound by gender, culture, customs, race, religion, education, relationship preference, or set times in history. This generation carries the DNA of the Father released to world by the resurrection of Jesus as the fruitfruits company. They are known by the essence of the Holy Spirit that releases within them the Father's love, joy, peace, patience, goodness, kindness, gentleness, faithfulness, and self-control. Is this you?
"I saw the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride beautifully dressed for her husband." (Revelation 21:2). Mankind was expected to visit the Holy Temple three times a year: Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles.
The Most Holiest Day of the Year, Yom Kippur – the Day of Awe that was, and still is challenged to BE the end of Time, and Eternity transforms mankind. This day is upon us. The church says it is when Jesus will return again. The Jews wonder if they will be accepted in relationship with God for another year. A day on the Biblical calendar that forgiveness is released upon a corporate people.
The prophet Hosea made a statement for all generations that must still be asked today. "What will you do on the day of your appointed festivals, on the feast days of the Lord?" (Hosea 9:5).
Most of today's Christians do not even know that our Heavenly Father is still asking this question to His children.
As we enter into the NEW YEAR, Rosh Hashanah or Yom Teruah, we are approaching the most Holy Day of the Year, Yom Kippur. This is the day that only the High Priest could enter into once a year before God for the sake of repentance, forgiveness, and total cleansing of all sins for the children of Israel for the following year. If we accept that Jesus Christ is our High Priest today, and has already paid the price for atonement of our sins, there must be a reality check that ALL the Feast Days of the Lord have been fulfilled by Jesus Christ once and for ALL, both spring and fall. So why have we not seen the Lord's return yet?
Bishop Audrey Drummonds • Wisdom
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth. Now the earth was formless and empty, darkness was over the surface of the deep, and the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. And God said," (Genesis 1:1)...Moses experienced being born again when he was sent to the wilderness. Not only did he find out the truth of his natural lineage, but that the true God was Spiritual desiring a relationship with him. Moses heard the voice of the living God call him from the death into resurrection LIFE as a forerunner to share and teach to the children of God whom He was from the beginning of time. God gave Moses the wisdom to bridge the gap with the relationships they had heard about from the stories past down through Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and his sons. For four hundred years or forty generations the children of God had been locked in slavery by the god of the world they were in.
Bishop Audrey Drummonds • Salvation
"Very truly I tell you, a time is coming and has now come when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God and those who hear will live" John 5:25
Jesus made a very strange statement in this verse – dead people will be able to hear AND can hear NOW! This kind of statement has no literal logic or reason to our natural mind. Many of us have been to funerals to see our loved ones lying in a casket. We've stood looking at their face with hope that maybe it wasn't true that they weren't really gone, and the nightmare of death would be just a dream.
Dr. Audrey Drummonds • Calling
Today, many people who believe in Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior have experienced what they would consider a "born-again" moment in their life. They have been saved by faith and confession that Jesus Christ is the only Begotten Son of God. With this basic level of Christian faith, we recognize that someday when our natural body is worn out we have the assurance of being in a place called Heaven where our Heavenly Father – God - resides. When we pause to consider that most of us are not ready to leave our natural bodies and go to an unknown place called heaven, we must consider the question of what does our Heavenly Father expect from us while we are still on the earth in our natural bodies?
Bishop Audrey Drummonds • Wisdom
God said to Moses, "I AM WHO I AM." And He said, "Thus you shall say to the children of Israel, "I AM has sent me to you." Moreover, God said to Moses, "Thus you shall say to the children of Israel: "The Lord God of your fathers, the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob, has sent me to you. This is MY name forever and this is MY memorial to all generations." (Exodus 3:14-15)
The name of God is a noun that moves to a verb - I BE: I will be what I will be, I will become what I will become, and/or I will be whom I will become.
This magnificent name I AM - YHVH- had within the name the ability to free the children of God from slavery, bondage, poverty, and oppression. The name of God not only set the captives free, but also brought the children together, forming one nation after 400 years.