Varn and Earma Brown, authors and ministers of the Gospel live in northern Texas. Former armorbearers and ministry assistants to their Senior Pastors Mike and Kathy Hayes at Covenant Church, the Brown's passion and anointing in serving their local church and community is contagious to people in a wonderful way.
Content Posted by Varn Brown
I’ve noticed a few things over the years of ministry in the area of father wounds. First of all, I've noticed that a root of the wound stays there because of un-forgiveness. In our human bodies, God put a natural propensity to heal itself. Hence, we have scabs and the drying and healing of wounds. The same happens in our inner man. But when that natural healing is blocked, hindered, re-opened, the wound festers, right? So it is with the father wound.
My cup of sin was full; it had run it’s course in my life. The Lord decided that it was time for my life to be harvested for the Kingdom of God. So the hedges were removed; the enemy was used to drive me into the arms of Jesus and I went. Sin had caught up with me; so I had no choice but to surrender. I came out with my hands raised up to the Lord and said, "Lord I surrender and I’m still saying it to this day."
The Beatitudes is a beautiful road map that our Lord and Savior created for us as a guide that we can live by. Each one of them can be applied to our daily life. I recommend that we start using this as a list to make sure we are applying them to our life. Now picture yourself on the Sea of Galilee in the tall grass of the rolling hills of Galilee, sitting at the feet of Jesus. Can you see it?
Are you a sluggard when it comes to doing the Lord’s will? The reason I’m asking this question is, it may not seem to be a serious matter, if you are an ordinary person. You may shrug your shoulders when you hear or feel the wooing of the Holy Spirit...
Years ago, I was reminiscing on my past when I first accepted Jesus Christ in my life. I vividly remember the different stages of life. I went through changes, sanctifications and more. The Lord took me through it all; some were difficult and some flowed naturally.
A few days ago, I was in this place sitting down about to eat and a couple of young adults were eating. I hate to say it but they were eating like children with no manners. They were glutting their food. One of them had a large platter of shrimp and she would slosh her hand into the plate to pick up the shrimp like a shovel. She would wipe the excess on the table cloth and gorge her mouth with it. Then they both would do the same thing again! I watched them for a moment; then I got up.
Is there pain and suffering in your life? Some people believe that God wants us to suffer. And that alone makes us closer to him. Our God is not the author of pain and suffering but He does allow it to bring glory to His name.
In asking these questions, it makes me think about the anointed man Samson in the Bible. If you remember, the mantle upon his life, in most cases it was used to help him get from between a rock and a hard place. In reading his story it made me think, I know that the God of Abraham didn't just bless him with all that strength to get him out of trouble, time and time again. Was he an anointing squanderer?
Have you experienced the power of No in your life, recently? There is only one meaning that comes with the word No. The definition: to deny, refuse, or disagree. In this article I want to speak to you about it and the power of it in our everyday lives. From the No that sometimes God says to us to the No that we have to say to ourselves. We say it in faith and sometimes we say it in unbelief. It is a God given word and we must know our authority in Christ to use it correctly.
He was most persecuted for his short comings all his life, then later became a minister. He was given a word that changed his life and everyone that receives...it goes like this, "All you gotta have is a Want-To!"
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