Led By God’s Spirit

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Greetings,

I am now back at my home in America. I had a very fruitful journey out across the big pond, but now it is time to focus on the home front and get some things done. I have been editing videos, preparing teachings, and gearing up for the season ahead of me. I also hope to reap some rewards in the venison and elk department, but they don’t sell those in the store. It is time to seek the forest for some just rewards (ha, ha).

We are in a season of knowing God as our Father and ourselves as His children. The testimony of a son of God (male or female) is to be led by the Spirit of God in all things. The term son is a term of inheritance, not a term for gender identity.

Romans 8:14 For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, these are sons of God. 15 For you did not receive the spirit of bondage again to fear, but you received the Spirit of adoption by whom we cry out, “Abba, Father.” 16 The Spirit Himself bears witness with our spirit that we are children of God, 17 and if children, then heirs—heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ, if indeed we suffer with Him, that we may also be glorified together.

What does it mean to be led by the Spirit of God? We often think that God telling us what to do is the criteria for being led by His Spirit, but I believe it is more about knowing who we are. If we are merely told what to do, we only know what it means to be a servant of God. God doesn’t want servants; He wants sons and daughters that willingly choose to serve for the glory of His name. When we know who God is and we know who we are we live our lives differently than those in the world. The ways of the world can be seen in the lawlessness of human culture or in the legalistic bondage of those bound to some form of religion. Holy Spirit is a sevenfold Spirit. Holy Spirit is the Spirit of the Lord, the Spirit of Wisdom, the Spirit of Understanding, the Spirit of Counsel, the Spirit of Might, the Spirit of Knowing, and the Spirit of the Fear of the Lord (Isa. 11:2). Holy Spirit is not interested in merely informing us as to what to do in life. He desires to empower our hearts and minds from within to live in passionate, creative, and expressive ways. These are attributes of our Father God. To be led by the Spirit of God is to be led by a different desire. This is the power of a Lord. The desire of our hearts empowers the thinking, reasoning, imagination, emotions, and desires of our souls. A life-giving desire from within us empowers us to be life-giving in our thinking and in our doing in life. We receive a different wisdom that empowers the actions of our lives to be actions that are motivated by love. They are not actions that are reactions to the world around us. They are actions inspired by faith towards God that create a different result in the world or our influence. Our faith is motivated by a revelation of God’s love. The responses of our lives are not responses to the submersions of a bitter world. They are responses to a Holy Father that gives us a different testimony than those in the world. Our hearts are fed by a ‘what is it’ not by an understanding dependent upon knowing what it is by earthly standards. The mystery of a fresh internal word of God to our hearts gives us a fresh and increasing change in the testimony of our names. Our character, nature, way, power, and authority are becoming visible to the world around us. Our understanding comes from heavenly realities within our hearts and not by the understandings of our world. Our ability to give life to our world is because we are discovering our true identity, testimony, and purpose as sons or daughters of God. This is the counsel by which we live. We are givers of life to our world. We make a great us when we forsake who we are not. We are joined to life. Therefore, we give life to those we are divinely joined to in life. Our power is that of the resurrection might of Christ. We are clothed in the works of Christ, and we wake others up to the manifest presence of God because we are increasingly awake to who He is. The knowledge of our lives is not a knowledge of information, but a growing knowledge of intimacy with God as our Father and we as part of a growing family of God. Old things are stripped away as we experience the now present community of God in our lives. It is multigenerational in its purpose and bears the fruit of community for the generations to come. We are led by an awe of who God is in all things. We are empowered to reign in all things because we know the blessings of a partnership with God as our Father, Jesus His Son, and Holy Spirit as our Helper in all things. It is for the zeal of God’s house that we live! We are sons and daughters of God and we are led by His Spirit in all things.

Blessings,

Ted J. Hanson




Donations can be made at the link on the home site of:

www.ted4leaders.com

www.ted4you.com or

www.houseofbreadministry.org.

Checks can be made payable to House of Bread Ministry and sent to:

House of Bread Ministry, 3210 Meridian St., Bellingham, WA 98225

To avoid us paying a transaction fee from your donation, you can also set up a payment or an automatic payment from your bank to House of Bread Ministry. Just set it up as a ‘bill pay’ through your online bank account and your bank will mail a check to House of Bread Ministry. We will record your payment as a donation to House of Bread Ministry (E.I.N. 91-2009037) and we will send you a contribution receipt at the close of the year.

Our Ministry Information Is:
House of Bread Ministry
3210 Meridian St.
Bellingham, WA 98225-1728

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Joined To The Spirit

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Greetings,

After a great week in Bulgaria, I have now been in Ede, Netherlands for the weekend. It was great to connect with more of my Dutch family that I have not been able to see for some time. God’s presence is in the nations and the hope for tomorrow is alive and well. My past week has been filled with the presence of God in supernatural ways as God has poured out His love upon His family.

Romans 8:1 There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus, who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit. NKJ

Romans 8:1 Therefore there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. NAS

The New King James Bible uses the Textus Receptus Greek text as its source of translation, but older Greek texts do not include the phrase “who do not walk according to the flesh, but according to the Spirit”. It is true that to be in Christ is to no longer walk according to the flesh, but not walking in the flesh does not empower us to walk according to the Spirit. It is walking according to the Spirit that empowers us to no longer walk according to the flesh. It is not a matter of being free from the flesh, it is a matter of being joined to the Spirit. So, because there is no more condemnation we can be in Christ and receive our Father’s gift of the power of life in Christ. It is not a law of death, but a law of life. To be joined to God, who is life and love, empowers us to find the true freedom and liberty of life.

Romans 8:2 For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made me free from the law of sin and death.

Being freed from the law of sin and death doesn’t give us life. It is being joined to life that destroys the law of sin and death. The law of sin and death is the consequence of being disconnected from God. God is life and to be disconnected from Him is to be disconnected from life. To be joined to Him is to be filled with the abundance of life and that life is eternal life. Eternal life is a knowing of God the Father and a knowing Jesus the Son in our lives today.

Romans 8:3 For what the law could not do in that it was weak through the flesh, God did by sending His own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, on account of sin: He condemned sin in the flesh, 4 that the righteous requirement of the law might be fulfilled in us who do not walk according to the flesh but according to the Spirit.

Jesus condemned sin in the flesh by being the life of the Spirit of God in the flesh. He was fully connected to God His Father by an intimate connection of the Holy Spirit. By this He made a way for each of us to be the same. We can be joined to God our Father and Jesus the Son through an intimate connection with Holy Spirit in our hearts. This empowers us to have victory over the flesh because we are now indulging in the life of the Spirit. Abstaining from the flesh will not give us the life of God’s Spirit but indulging in the Spirit of God in our lives will give us victory over the power of selfish flesh.

Romans 8:5 For those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to the Spirit, the things of the Spirit. 6 For to be carnally minded is death, but to be spiritually minded is life and peace.

It is when we set our minds on the things of the Spirit of God that we passionately and creatively walk according to the spirit. It will manifest the increasing testimony of life and peace in our lives.

This is not a time to be distracted by those who walk according to the flesh. It is time to demonstrate what it looks like when someone lives their lives in connection with God by His Spirit. This is the testimony of a son or daughter of God. This is the testimony of those cry out to God as their Father from their spirits. We should practice being sons and daughters of God in a world of people who do not yet know this truth of life and peace. When we are connected to God in our hearts, we grow in knowing his peace. When we are connected to God in our hearts, we grow in knowing the life of God in all things. Let’s practice living as sons and daughters of God in our world! This is the day to know there is not condemnation, but only a connection to God that always brings life and peace.

Romans 8:12 Therefore, brethren, we are debtors—not to the flesh, to live according to the flesh. 13 For if you live according to the flesh you will die; but if by the Spirit you put to death the deeds of the body, you will live. 14 For as many as are led by the Spirit of God, these are sons of God. 15 For you did not receive the spirit of bondage again to fear, but you received the Spirit of adoption by whom we cry out, “Abba, Father.” 16 The Spirit Himself bears witness with our spirit that we are children of God, 17 and if children, then heirs—heirs of God and joint heirs with Christ, if indeed we suffer with Him, that we may also be glorified together.

When we live according to the Spirit of God, we put to death the carnal deeds of the flesh. It is about life, not about death. It is not about putting to death the deeds of the flesh; it is about being joined to life. Keep it simple! You were born to be loved by God, let Him love you! It is not about being freed from bondage; it is about being joined to freedom. It is not about being free from fear, it is about being joined to love. We are adopted children of God. What a wonderful truth of life that is! We are children of God. We were born to be loved by God. We are inheritors of the life of God because we are children of God. Even in times of suffering, the fruit of our lives will be life because we are always joined to life.

Blessings,

Ted J. Hanson




Donations can be made at the link on the home site of:

www.ted4leaders.com

www.ted4you.com or

www.houseofbreadministry.org.

Checks can be made payable to House of Bread Ministry and sent to:

House of Bread Ministry, 3210 Meridian St., Bellingham, WA 98225

To avoid us paying a transaction fee from your donation, you can also set up a payment or an automatic payment from your bank to House of Bread Ministry. Just set it up as a ‘bill pay’ through your online bank account and your bank will mail a check to House of Bread Ministry. We will record your payment as a donation to House of Bread Ministry (E.I.N. 91-2009037) and we will send you a contribution receipt at the close of the year.

Our Ministry Information Is:
House of Bread Ministry
3210 Meridian St.
Bellingham, WA 98225-1728

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Keys To This Present Season

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Greetings,

I have been in Bulgaria for many days now and God is doing good things. The church of Blagoevgrad, Sofia, and Plovdiv are growing in Christ and the presence of Christ is in them, upon them, and with them. We have been experiencing phenomenal  times in God’s presence. His presence is activating His kingdom purpose, the purpose of the Father’s love. It is good to finally reconnect in person with some of the divine connections of my life. I am blessed to see what God is up to.

While I have been here, I have shared some things that I have discovered in the past two years. These things are truths in my life and growing realities as I am embracing them. I will call these keys to this present season in the earth. The first key to this present season is to be a place where God rests. He rests because He is fully satisfied. He wants us to live in and from His presence in all things. We can live our lives from rest, not striving to rest, because God loves us, and He is satisfied with who we are.

The second key to this present season is to embrace the unshakeable God in order to become an unshakeable person. It is time to be renewed in the courage of the Lord, to be renewed in His holiness, and to be renewed in our faith in Him. This is possible because of who He is. When He walks into the space of our lives, we hear His new song of life. That sound is that He is great, He is good, and His mercy endures forever! God is courageous because He is great! We can have faith in His courage!

We can also have hope because God is good! We can know that all things will work for good because God is good. We need not be shaken in unholy times because God is holy. To be holy is to be the substance of His goodness to our world because our Father is good! He is holy and we can trust His holiness as hope for our world.

We can also know love. To be renewed in our faith in God is not the same as being renewed in our faith. It will renew our faith, but it is a trust in His love. We can trust His faithfulness, because He is love! We don’t need to be shaken in shaking times because God is unshakable. He is great, He is good, and His mercy endures forever!

The third key to this present season is that our identity, testimony, and purpose is in Christ. Circumstances cannot change who we are, they can only force who we are to rise in new and creative ways. We can let go of our expectations and remain expectant in our hearts. We are pregnant with the purpose of God in our lives because of who we are in Christ.

A fourth key to this present season is to seek first the Kingdom of God in all things. That kingdom is not an external kingdom. It is the internal kingdom of God in our hearts that causes our kingdom to increasingly become a kingdom of our Lord and Christ. It is knowing righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit. It is knowing Jesus as the way, the truth, and the life today, tomorrow, and forever.

Proverbs 3:9 Honor the LORD with your possessions, and with the firstfruits of all your increase; 10 so your barns will be filled with plenty, and your vats will overflow with new wine.

God rests in my life. He is unshakeable, and I need not shake. My identity, testimony, and purpose are in Him. His kingdom is in my heart. These things I am growing to know.

These are key lessons in my life of these past two years. God rests in my life because He loves me, and He is fully satisfied with who I am as His son. God is a rock and in the rock of Christ I can become unshakeable even in shaking times. He is great, He is good, and His mercy endures forever! I stand in His courage, in His holiness, and in His faith. For this reason, I will not be shaken. I am a son of God and no circumstance can change who I am. The circumstances of my life only prove to be the ground in which I arise. The kingdom of God is within me. I will seek the kingdom of God in my heart and my kingdom will increasingly become an expression of the kingdom of God that is within me.

Blessings,

Ted J. Hanson




Donations can be made at the link on the home site of:

www.ted4leaders.com

www.ted4you.com or

www.houseofbreadministry.org.

Checks can be made payable to House of Bread Ministry and sent to:

House of Bread Ministry, 3210 Meridian St., Bellingham, WA 98225

To avoid us paying a transaction fee from your donation, you can also set up a payment or an automatic payment from your bank to House of Bread Ministry. Just set it up as a ‘bill pay’ through your online bank account and your bank will mail a check to House of Bread Ministry. We will record your payment as a donation to House of Bread Ministry (E.I.N. 91-2009037) and we will send you a contribution receipt at the close of the year.

Our Ministry Information Is:
House of Bread Ministry
3210 Meridian St.
Bellingham, WA 98225-1728

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Imitators of Christ

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Greetings,

Today I am in Bulgaria. I am looking forward to the next many days here. I just spent the weekend in Utrecht, Netherlands. It was great to reconnect with people that I love and to see what God is doing in their midst. It is a new day and it is a day to be known as the body of Christ. It is not a day for the performance of leaders or the performance of ministry. It is a day for the authenticity of being people of God in this world.

What does it mean to be the people of God? To be the people of God we must see God as our Father and we must see ourselves as His sons and daughters. We must also see people as God sees them. He sees them as sons and daughters and He has called them home to be a part of His family. This is where each, and every one of us, find our true identity, testimony, and purpose in life. Only sons and daughters of God can truly be people of God. Being servants of God won’t cause us to become like Him. Only as God’s children can we become like Him in our character, nature, way, power, and authority. We are not to merely imitate God as people who attempt to follow His written word. Our lives must become letters of His Spirit.  We imitate Him, but not is a false and pretending way. The grace of the Spirit of Knowing is stripping away surface performance and pretend actions. The source of our imitation comes from within. It is not merely copying what we see. It is becoming who we are meant to be.

The apostle Paul gave instructions to imitate him as a spiritual father. He didn’t say to imitate him as a teacher of Scripture or a mentor of Christian lifestyle. The Greek word for imitate is: g3402. μιμητής mimētēs; from 3401; an imitator: — follower.

1 Corinthians 4:15 For though you might have ten thousand instructors in Christ, yet you do not have many fathers; for in Christ Jesus I have begotten you through the gospel. 16 Therefore I urge you, imitate me. 17 For this reason I have sent Timothy to you, who is my beloved and faithful son in the Lord, who will remind you of my ways in Christ, as I teach everywhere in every church. 

1 Corinthians 11:1 Imitate me, just as I also imitate Christ.

This word doesn’t mean to copy by merely watching another. It means to become the same substance through a personal relationship with God in your heart. The writer of Hebrews reveals this truth in his exhortation for true Hebrews to be people of faith as others were before them. This same truth is valid for us today. Faith comes through a personal relational with God and hearing Him in our hearts. It is through an intimate relationship with God in our hearts that we can hear Him and it is only then that we become internally empowered to be people of faith.

Hebrews 6:11 And we desire that each one of you show the same diligence to the full assurance of hope until the end, 12 that you do not become sluggish, but imitate those who through faith and patience inherit the promises. 

Things that are not authentic in our lives get removed when we become imitators of Christ from within our hearts. Being the people of God is to be imitators of the One who lives within us. It is by this that we will be known as sons and daughters of God. Even as a little child says of his or her parents: I want to be like you when I grow up! Our aspiration in things is to be like our heavenly Father in all things. This is what makes us the true community of Christ. It is through a communion with the Spirit of Christ that we can know communion with one another as the body of Christ. This is the true source of community. It is a come-to-unity by becoming people of God who comprise a community of Christ.

The community of God is dependent upon being the temple of God’s Holy Spirit. The temple is not dependent upon the community. The community is dependent upon the temple. Being a temple of the Holy Spirit activates, facilitates, and releases the community of Christ in our midst. Build a temple and you will build the city. If we merely build a city that we call the community of Christ we may never build the temple of His presence. If we try to create some expression of Christ community without the manifest presence of Christ, we will only form a human copy of what we perceive to be Christ-like. Only by a manifestation of Christ in us, the Holy Spirit who comes in the name of Jesus, can we become the true community of Christ. This is the place of life forevermore, eternal life, is the place where heaven touches the earth. This is the place where the anointing oil on the top of the head of Jesus the eternal High Priest who stands forever as the head of the body of Christ in heaven runs down upon the body of Christ and spills over unto the earth.  Christ is the manifest presence of Holy Spirit in and upon the body of Christ. It is not merely the human spirit that is in all people, it is the manifest presence of the Holy Spirit that God desires to be in and upon all people. The door is open in heaven, but human hearts upon the earth must open to Him to become the place of His habitation upon the earth. This is the testimony of being the temple of God. It is by this that we can be known as the people of God.

Blessings,

Ted J. Hanson




Donations can be made at the link on the home site of:

www.houseofbreadministry.org.

Checks can be made payable to House of Bread Ministry and sent to:

House of Bread Ministry, 3210 Meridian St., Bellingham, WA 98225

To avoid us paying a transaction fee from your donation, you can also set up a payment or an automatic payment from your bank to House of Bread Ministry. Just set it up as a ‘bill pay’ through your online bank account and your bank will mail a check to House of Bread Ministry. We will record your payment as a donation to House of Bread Ministry (E.I.N. 91-2009037) and we will send you a contribution receipt at the close of the year.

Our Ministry Information Is:
House of Bread Ministry
3210 Meridian St.
Bellingham, WA 98225-1728

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Grace Removes The False

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Greetings,

Yesterday I was blessed to be at Everyone’s Church in Mt. Vernon, Washington. There was a great spirit in the house. Once again thank you to all the hungry hearts in Skagit County. God is on the move and His grace is working in our lives!

As I wrote last week, there was a fulfillment of the removal of the Old Covenant Torah/Temple society when the first fruit New Covenant Spirit/Body Church was birthed. That which sought to be anti-Christ could not overcome that which was Christ. The presence of Christ in the first fruit New Covenant Church caused that which sought to destroy the body of Christ to be destroyed by the very weapons that they sought to use against her. There is a principle of this that is true for us today. I believe we are in a time of the grace of the Spirit of Knowing and we can expect whatever opposes us in becoming the people of God in the community of Christ will be destroyed by the very weapons used in an attempt to destroy the will and testimony of Christ. That which is anti-Christ, cannot destroy Christ!

Revelation 9:17 And thus I saw the horses in the vision: those who sat on them had breastplates of fiery red, hyacinth blue, and sulfur yellow; and the heads of the horses were like the heads of lions; and out of their mouths came fire, smoke, and brimstone. 18 By these three plagues a third of mankind was killed—by the fire and the smoke and the brimstone which came out of their mouths. 19 For their power is in their mouth and in their tails; for their tails are like serpents, having heads; and with them they do harm. 20 But the rest of mankind, who were not killed by these plagues, did not repent of the works of their hands, that they should not worship demons, and idols of gold, silver, brass, stone, and wood, which can neither see nor hear nor walk.

Horses are a testimony of the strength of the flesh. I believe this is a signification of our own personal opinions, our own agendas, and our ways that we seek above being the community of God. The fleshly agendas of our hearts and minds give an open door to demonic forces and influences. The self-seeking, self-righteous passions, and ways of our flesh (fiery red), open doors for spiritual forces from the realm of the second heaven (hyacinth blue), and it leads to demonic influences in our lives (sulfur yellow). Our fleshly desires become the headship of our lives (heads of horses) and we become unwilling to yield to the will of God in loving Him and others. Like the heads of lions, we seek to intimidate and devour others with our own judgments. Instead of being like the lion towards the true enemy, as are being the praise of God in Christ, we exchange the humble face of a man for the attribute of a lion towards one another. When this happens it is a manifestation of what is not a witness of God, and it causes destruction in our lives by the words of our own mouths. We fail to live in the life of community joined to the headship of Jesus and we lose our communion by the Spirit with our heavenly Father and with one another. We end up loving things, more than we love God and His family. We must let the New Covenant life of God and the grace of the Spirit of knowing remove the false things in our lives.

Revelation 6:12 I looked when He opened the sixth seal, and behold, there was a great earthquake; and the sun became black as sackcloth of hair, and the moon became like blood. 13 And the stars of heaven fell to the earth, as a fig tree drops its late figs when it is shaken by a mighty wind. 14 Then the sky receded as a scroll when it is rolled up, and every mountain and island was moved out of its place. 15 And the kings of the earth, the great men, the rich men, the commanders, the mighty men, every slave and every free man, hid themselves in the caves and in the rocks of the mountains, 16 and said to the mountains and rocks, “Fall on us and hide us from the face of Him who sits on the throne and from the wrath of the Lamb! 17 For the great day of His wrath has come, and who is able to stand?”

Earthquakes are significant of offenses. The sun turning black is significant of judgments according to natural sight. The moon becoming like blood is significant of defilement seen as reluctant responses that are manifested as bitter reactions to reject one another. The stars falling from heaven to the earth like figs fall when they are shaken by a mighty wind is significant of a willingness to speak evil of those who are sent into our lives. We become insubordinate and disconnected from the life of who another is as a life-giving authority that empowers us to be life-giving authorities to others. Our personal ministry is no longer sweet toward another but has become natural minded and critical as what is meant to be sweet gets swallowed up by our natural thinking. The sky receding as a rolled-up scroll is significant of apathy in our hearts. We no longer live for a heavenly us or us together. We don’t live for God’s covenant purpose of life. We become more concerned about our own lives than God’s will for our lives together and we are therefore distracted by things that prick and poke our flesh. The mountains and islands moving from their place are significant of a disconnection from community. Like islands, our own way of seeing things and, like mountains, the strongholds of our own minds prevent us from finding true community. We become disconnected and separated from one another. Isolation, separation, and division becomes the testimony of our environment. Every class of mankind calling for the mountains and rocks to fall upon them is significant of ending in divorce, death, and a grave to being the community of God or an expression of union with another. Offenses, judgments, defilements, insubordinations, apathy, atrophy for knowing too much to be naturally true or perceived to be true, and a willingness to forsake generational purpose must be removed by the New Covent grace of the Spirit of Knowing in our lives.

Blessings,

Ted J. Hanson




Donations can be made at the link on the home site of:

www.houseofbreadministry.org.

Checks can be made payable to House of Bread Ministry and sent to:

House of Bread Ministry, 3210 Meridian St., Bellingham, WA 98225

To avoid us paying a transaction fee from your donation, you can also set up a payment or an automatic payment from your bank to House of Bread Ministry. Just set it up as a ‘bill pay’ through your online bank account and your bank will mail a check to House of Bread Ministry. We will record your payment as a donation to House of Bread Ministry (E.I.N. 91-2009037) and we will send you a contribution receipt at the close of the year.

Our Ministry Information Is:
House of Bread Ministry
3210 Meridian St.
Bellingham, WA 98225-1728

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This Present Grace

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Greetings;

I have spent this last week in Portugal. I was blessed to record another video/audio course in Portuguese and had some experiences in God and reminders from Him as to the present season we are in. I believe we are twenty-one years in the process of birthing a grace in the earth of the Spirit of Knowing, the sixth aspect of the grace of the perfecting Holy Spirit in our lives. A measure of grace is arising in the earth as Holy Spirit in our lives shouts for the witness of the Spirit of Knowing in our lives and in the corporate expression of the body of Christ. We are dwelling places of God both individually and as the corporate body of Christ. In this present season we are experiencing God working in our lives to become the people of God. I have written on this numerous times in by weekly blogs over these past several years. What can we expect today and in the next months and years to come?

When the apostle John received a revelation of Jesus Christ and the opening of the New Covenant in the first fruit church of the first century, it set a foundation for the successive generations of harvest in the body of Christ. Whatever was true in the birthing of the church is true in the unfolding generations of the church. I believe that the seven thunders of Revelation chapter 10 were the future testimony of all that was revealed in the foundation of the church as it was seen in heaven and birthed in the earth.

In the revelation of Jesus Christ given to John, Jesus was seen standing in the midst of the church, even as He stands in our livers and in the corporate body of Christ today. He stands as the motivating voice of faith behind us that invites us to turn and see Him. In this every revelation from God is an invitation to have an encounter with God so we will be transformed by Him and become something of that revelation. We are dwelling places of His presence and He abides in us and with us in all things. Holy Spirit is granting us the overcoming testimonies of His grace working in and through our lives. The sixth overcoming grace of the Holy Spirit in our lives is to become the people of God. It is to become people of brotherly love with an inside out love for God as our Father and for His community on earth made of His family as the people of God. It is a continual process and a place of receiving the name of our heavenly Father in our hearts and minds. This work is done by the Spirit of Knowing. It is not a knowledge of information, but a knowledge of intimacy with God in Christ. The opposite of this type of knowledge is the knowledge of information that promotes judgments of others and only proves to cause people to be divided from one another. This counterfeit knowledge is a distraction to the knowledge found in Christ if we allow it to be. As the people of God, we must keep our focus on knowing God in all things. Jesus is the way, the truth, and the life in every day and every circumstance of our lives.

In the revelation of Jesus Christ given to John, the opening of the seals of the New Covenant in heaven released a prophetic sound of life for each grace made known. These are prophetic trumpets were life-giving for the first fruit church and for us as individuals and for us as a corporate dwelling place of Christ today. The sixth seal released a sixth trumpet, and this was true at the time of John’s revelation but has a further fulfillment in our day. I believe this is the present grace of the Holy Spirit working in our lives. What happens when this seal is open and this trumpet blows?

Revelation 9:13 Then the sixth angel sounded: And I heard a voice from the four horns of the golden altar which is before God, 14 saying to the sixth angel who had the trumpet, “Release the four angels who are bound at the great river Euphrates.” 15 So the four angels, who had been prepared for the hour and day and month and year, were released to kill a third of mankind. 16 Now the number of the army of the horsemen was two hundred million; I heard the number of them.

In the birthing of the Church, the opening of the New Covenant removed all that was the Old Covenant. The destruction of the Old Covenant Torah/Temple society was brought about by a first fruit New Covenant Spirit/Body reality in heaven and upon the earth. What was in heaven was coming into the earth and what was being birthed in the earth was ascending before the throne of God, even as it was in the testimony of the first martyred saint, Stephen. The Old Covenant had been finished in Christ, but there where those that held on to the Old Covenant in its form and practice and they sought to destroy what was now manifesting in the body of Christ. There was an anti-Christ spirit that opposed the first fruit church in both the world and in the form of dead religion. The first fruit New Covenant Church proved to be the body of Christ and anti-Christ could not destroy Christ. Anything that is anti-Christ cannot overcome that which is Christ!

When the trumpet of the Spirit of Knowing blew in heaven, upon the earth there was a removal of the good and abounding boundary between what was formerly godly and the influences of the world. The Euphrates was the protecting border for the Torah/Temple society of the Old Covenant. When the Scripture says that “one third” of mankind was killed in the earth, it was “one third” in that which was supposed to reveal the life of God in the earth. The earth is not the world, but that which professes to be in covenant with God. What is “one third”? “One third” is the opposite of “two thirds”. The significance is not in the number, but in the symbolism of the number. “Three” is a number that signifies “God”. “Two” is a number that signifies “witness”. In this case, “one” is a number signifying “self”. “Two thirds” would be that which is a witness of God in what should be the life of God in the earth. “One third” is that which not a witness of God, but a testimony of man or self. At the blowing of the sixth trumpet in the first century, that which was not a witness of God was removed from that which was the true witness of God in God’s heavenly community upon the earth (that which professes to be in covenant with God). I believe the trumpet of the Spirit of Knowing is blowing in our lives in this present season also. We can expect anything that is not a witness of God to be removed and we can expect what is a witness of God in our lives to be the path of life that leads us forward in the overcoming testimony of God’s grace of the Spirit of Knowing. This is what will empower us to be the people of God and to manifest His community to our world.

Blessings,

Ted J. Hanson




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A Time For God To Arise

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Greetings,

Today I am back in Portugal! It has been almost two years since I have been able to come here, and I have already been richly blessed over the weekend. I am looking forward to several days ahead. I will be recording another video/audio course in Portuguese today and tomorrow. I am blessed to be a part of God’s plan to release the Portuguese heart and tongue to give glory to God in New Covenant realities and the manifest power of His grace!

God is doing new things, but we must also value the old things. Old wine is the result of wine that was new yesterday. There is a purpose for both. Without a good supply of old wine there is no reference for the flavor of new wine. The truth is: the new wine of what God is doing today should make even better old wine for tomorrow. God has saved the best wine for now and it is important that we embrace what God is doing now without forsaking what He did yesterday.

Ephesians 2:19 Now, therefore, you are no longer strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God, 20 having been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone, 21 in whom the whole building, being fitted together, grows into a holy temple in the Lord, 22 in whom you also are being built together for a dwelling place of God in the Spirit.

The apostle Paul wrote these words to the first century church that was the harvest of all that was believed for through the Old Covenant prophets of Israel and was now being birthed by the first-fruit apostles of the first century church. The church that was, is, and would be was part of a continually growing testimony of Christ. What had now become fully real by the manifest presence of the Holy Spirit would grow in greater realities into the future. We are living in a time where God is doing something wondrously great to the authenticity of being people of God, but that place of authenticity is only further fruit of the amazing testimonies of God’s grace that has brought us this far in being the dwelling place of God upon the earth. We cannot build anything, but we can embrace what God is building. What God is building, He has always been building. What He has always been building is built in growing layers of His glory. It is growing in greater testimonies of His light of life.

What God is doing in the earth has to do with His presence in the earth. As King David had foreseen, there is a growing place for God to rest in the earth whereby His enemies are being subdued under His feet.

1 Chronicles 28:2 Then King David rose to his feet and said, “Hear me, my brethren and my people: I had it in my heart to build a house of rest for the ark of the covenant of the LORD, and for the footstool of our God, and had made preparations to build it.

The ark of the covenant of the Lord is only made real through being the body of Christ. It is the place where God rests in the earth and even into heaven. It is in that place every enemy of life is destroyed by the power of eternal life found there. We are receiving the cloud of God’s presence in our lives in greater and more significant ways. This is the prophetic substance of God’s living word that transforms our world to become a testimony for the glory of Jesus name. 

Ephesians 1:22 And He put all things under His feet, and gave Him to be head over all things to the church, 23 which is His body, the fullness of Him who fills all in all.

What God is doing in the earth right now has to do with His calling, His inheritance, and His purpose. We reap the benefits of being His sons and daughters to partner in this glory. It is in Him we live, move, and have our being. We are part of His calling, His inheritance, and His purpose in our world. We are each dwelling places of God in our world and together we are part of a greater testimony of being the dwelling place of God for His glory. Our hope is that things in our lives are being increasingly summed up in Christ. Our further hope is that the internal influence of God’s kingdom upon our hearts will be the empowerment of our influence to bring life to our world. This is our destiny. We are not beneath the governing powers of this world. We are positioned in Christ to subdue the places of death with life and to exercise dominion in being the truth of life in Christ. By this every pretense and lie will be destroyed. God is doing something of great hope in our world!

Psalms 68:1 Let God arise, let His enemies be scattered; let those also who hate Him flee before Him. 2 As smoke is driven away, so drive them away; as wax melts before the fire, so let the wicked perish at the presence of God. 3 But let the righteous be glad; let them rejoice before God; yes, let them rejoice exceedingly. 4 Sing to God, sing praises to His name; extol Him who rides on the clouds, by His name YAH, and rejoice before Him.

To find the wicked, we don’t need to look far. We can look to our own hearts. But when God arises what is wicked in us vanishes in its influence and testimony in our lives. Our focus is not to see the wicked, or even what is wicked, destroyed in our world. Our focus is that God will arise! Our hearts were created to be glad in Him. Our lives have been predestined to rejoice before Him. We have been given our day to be another measure in the eternal Day of the Lord as He reveals Himself through His presence in our lives. His name is YAH, and we were born to rejoice before Him!

Blessings,

 

Ted J. Hanson




Donations can be made at the link on the home site of:

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Checks can be made payable to House of Bread Ministry and sent to:

House of Bread Ministry, 3210 Meridian St., Bellingham, WA 98225

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House of Bread Ministry
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A Proper Value For Traditions

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Greetings,

Today I am in Colorado Springs, Colorado to do a week of prophetic training with the G42 students. I am looking forward to activating, facilitating, and releasing God’s voice though these awesome sons and daughters of God. I am encouraged today as I sense a momentum of what God is doing and about to do. God’s influence in in our live and in the earth is truly a reality for all who seek Him. We are being built as a place of God’s habitation for His glory in heaven and upon the earth.

How do we value yesterday, embrace today, and pursue the destiny of tomorrow? It is easy to value the things of God from our past and we should do so. I should say, it is easy to value the memories of what God has done in our own lives in the past, but it is not so easy holding a value for what God did in someone else’s life. For this reason, we must find a God experience of our own in the things resident in the earth as the works and evidence of God’s grace. We must each find a personal experience with God in what God has given us as an inheritance in the earth. We are not just individuals; we are part of a corporate dwelling place of God. What God has done corporately; He wants us to embrace individually. This is essential to a foundation of inheritance as we seek the things that God is giving us now and in the unfolding path of our future. Without a personal value for what God has done we lack the substance of furthering the purposes of God in the earth. We must also value what God is doing now and what God is going to do that involves things we have not seen, heard, or thought before in our lives. This can be a bit scary, but it is part of a journey of faith. It is the fruit of hearing God above other voices in our world. Our experiences create our traditions and traditions are common denominators to God experiences. Those traditions, however, can resist and even reject what God is doing now and what He wants to do tomorrow. Jesus told the Pharisees of His day, that their traditions made the word of God of no effect.

Matthew 15:1 Then the scribes and Pharisees who were from Jerusalem came to Jesus, saying, 2 “Why do Your disciples transgress the tradition of the elders? For they do not wash their hands when they eat bread.”

3 He answered and said to them, “Why do you also transgress the commandment of God because of your tradition? 4 For God commanded, saying, ‘Honor your father and your mother’; and, He who curses father or mother, let him be put to death.’ 5 But you say, ‘Whoever says to his father or mother, “Whatever profit you might have received from me is a gift to God”— 6 then he need not honor his father or mother.’ Thus you have made the commandment of God of no effect by your tradition.

The traditions of the Pharisees were based upon God experiences from the past, but the walking out of those things in their own lives was twisted by their own person agendas and selfish desires. The past is important, but we must have a personal understanding of the past things of God in our hearts today. We must also seek to embrace God’s personal voice of faith in our hearts that leads us into new things of God in our lives. Faith is a matter of relationship. It is seen in the works of our lives, but the foundation for those works is a revelation of a love for God. Our traditions can be based upon our own ways of doing things, or even upon how God did things in our past. Traditions can be good, and traditions can be bad. Even the ways of the world establish traditions that can be strongholds against what God is doing now and what He wants to do tomorrow.

Colossians 2:8 Beware lest anyone cheat you through philosophy and empty deceit, according to the tradition of men, according to the basic principles of the world, and not according to Christ.

We don’t want to lose the past established by God, but we must never allow the past to bind us to the past. We must also value the things of God in the past so that we don’t just embrace any new thing for the sake of something new.

2 Thessalonians 3:6 But we command you, brethren, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that you withdraw from every brother who walks disorderly and not according to the tradition which he received from us.

2 Thessalonians 2:15 Therefore, brethren, stand fast and hold the traditions which you were taught, whether by word or our epistle.

We must hold fast to the traditions that are part of our foundation in Christ, but we must live to build upon those foundations with a constant growth of the truth of God in our lives. When we do this, we value what God has done, what God is doing, and what God will do in our lives tomorrow. We never stand fast on the foundations of the past to be held in the past. We seek the new things of God that are connected to the foundations of the past. When we do this, we grow in being a place of God’s habitation in the earth.

Blessings,

Ted J. Hanson




Donations can be made at the link on the home site of:

www.ted4leaders.com

www.ted4you.com or

www.houseofbreadministry.org.

Checks can be made payable to House of Bread Ministry and sent to:

House of Bread Ministry, 3210 Meridian St., Bellingham, WA 98225

To avoid us paying a transaction fee from your donation, you can also set up a payment or an automatic payment from your bank to House of Bread Ministry. Just set it up as a ‘bill pay’ through your online bank account and your bank will mail a check to House of Bread Ministry. We will record your payment as a donation to House of Bread Ministry (E.I.N. 91-2009037) and we will send you a contribution receipt at the close of the year.

Our Ministry Information Is:
House of Bread Ministry
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Bellingham, WA 98225-1728

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The Fruit of a Right Focus

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Greetings,

I hope you all had a great weekend. I have been in the woods attempting to harvest some elk. The operative word at the moment is “hunting” because I haven’t had any success yet. I am enjoying my time in the outdoors alone. I have had good days and good sleeps so far. Maybe I will find the blessing of harvest today. In any case, it is a good day to connect with God.

What does it mean to inherit the kingdom of God? I believe that there is a realm of the kingdom of God beyond this life as we know it, but I also believe that the kingdom of God is now. I believe that the kingdom of God is inside of us. Our lives are not determined by what is going on around us, but upon what is going on inside of us. Our worlds should be defined by the kingdom of God that is within us. Our internal relationship with God should shape our world; our world should not shape our relationship with God.

Jesus told us to seek first the kingdom of God and not to seek our own needs or desires. Our Father in heaven knows our needs and our desires and He wants to care for us as a good Father. Life is not about merely getting our needs met or fulfilling our desires. Life is about a personal connection to God in our hearts. Life is about being one with God in heaven so we can be heavenly expressions of God in our world. Life is about a partnership with God in all things that enables us to fulfill God’s purpose in all things. This is the kingdom of God. The apostle Paul said it was righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit.

Romans 14:17 …for the kingdom of God is not eating and drinking, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit.

Righteousness in the Holy Spirit is an internal righteousness. It is a dependency upon God. It is a right relationship with God in our hearts that inspires our minds to think as He thinks. We cannot live our lives as self-seekers and think as God thinks. God is a giver and not a taker. He doesn’t need anything. He gives life, breath, and all things. His focus is outward, and our focus must be as His; a focus of giving life to our world.

We cannot live our lives with being right as our Lord. When being right is our Lord we use what we believe to be right to destroy those that we deem to be wrong. In a justice system of right and wrong it is unjust for an innocent man to die for the guilty. In a justice system of love, it is totally right for an innocent man to die for the guilty. This is what Jesus did for us. The administrations of the world are administrations of a knowledge, or even a perceived knowledge, of good and evil. The administration of the kingdom of God is one of eternal life, an intimate knowing of God as our Father and Jesus the Son. When we embrace the administration of the world in our hearts and minds, we cannot inherit the righteousness of God that is a righteousness of true life and love. The same is true for peace. The kingdom of God is a place of peace in the Holy Spirit. The world’s definition peace is the absence of conflict. True peace is not the absence of conflict. It is a place of no gap or separation from God in every situation of our lives. We are joined to God in heaven, so a heavenly testimony is the only possibility in the outcomes of our lives. He is the word, but we are expressions of Him in and through the testimonies of our lives. If we look to our present circumstances, we will only have peace when there is no conflict. But when we partake of the inheritance of the kingdom of God, we can have peace that surpasses our understanding. The world has peace when everything appears to be right, but we can always have peace because the life of Christ within us will become the testimony we are clothed in on our path of moving forward in life. The kingdom of God is also a matter of joy in the Holy Spirit. Joy is not self-happiness. It is the zeal of true purpose. It is only in the presence of the Lord that we can find the fullness of joy. It is a matter of partnership with God in His purpose in all things. Jesus endured the cross for the joy that was set before Him. That joy was the fruit of the cross, not an escape from the cross. That fruit was that one seed would become countless seeds of sons and daughters of God in partnership with their heavenly Father in the purpose of eternal life in the earth. The world defines joy as the fulfillment of personal visions and dreams, but true joy is only found in a partnership with God in all things. We cannot live for ourselves and avoid an all-in partnership with God and find the true inheritance of joy. When we open the doors of our hearts to the manifest presence of God in every aspect of our lives, we find ourselves eating, drinking, and partnering with God in all things to reign in life. This is where we find joy in the Holy Spirit.

We can be assured that we are walking in the inheritance of the kingdom of heaven when we find the fruit of His Spirit manifesting in the attitudes, actions, and atmosphere of our lives. These are not realities we find from the outside in. They are the fruit that comes from the inside out.

Galatians 5:22 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness, self-control. Against such there is no law. 24 And those who are Christ’s have crucified the flesh with its passions and desires. 25 If we live in the Spirit, let us also walk in the Spirit.

We cannot do love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, or self-control. These are not disciplines of the flesh. They are the fruit of the Spirit of God living in our hearts and working in our hearts and minds in all things. When we seek first the kingdom of God, we can see the evidence in the fruit of our lives. Let us all be sons of daughters of God who live to know what it is to be partakers of the inheritance of the kingdom of God. It is a righteousness, peace, and joy in the Holy Spirit. It is internally knowing a right relationship with God in our hearts that inspires us to confess that He is our God. It is internally knowing a divine connection of peace with God in heaven that empowers us to wear the heavenly testimony of sons and daughters of God that overcome the wicked one in all things. It is an internal partnership with God in all things that empowers us to know the joy of His purpose in and through our lives at all times. It is a kingdom inside of us that causes the external expressions of our kingdoms to become expressions of life. By this we will know that the kingdoms of this world have become kingdoms of our Lord and Christ.

Blessings,

Ted J. Hanson




Donations can be made at the link on the home site of:

www.ted4leaders.com

www.ted4you.com or

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Checks can be made payable to House of Bread Ministry and sent to:

House of Bread Ministry, 3210 Meridian St., Bellingham, WA 98225

To avoid us paying a transaction fee from your donation, you can also set up a payment or an automatic payment from your bank to House of Bread Ministry. Just set it up as a ‘bill pay’ through your online bank account and your bank will mail a check to House of Bread Ministry. We will record your payment as a donation to House of Bread Ministry (E.I.N. 91-2009037) and we will send you a contribution receipt at the close of the year.

Our Ministry Information Is:
House of Bread Ministry
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The Overcoming Harvest

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Greetings,

Today I am back in Bellingham after my time caring for my grandchildren in California. I have a busy week this week with lots of online training and preparations for coming ministry missions in October. I am believing for an effective door of life as this summer transitions into the fall for a new year.

The kingdom of God is an internal force of love and life upon the human heart that is the testimony of intimacy with God in Christ. The administration of the law was an external influence upon the human soul and was limited to the instruction of words and the voice of a prophet. The administration of grace is an internal influence that brings about true change of the hearts and minds of men. It is not administration of mere accountability to God. It is an administration of intimate and powerful relationship with Him. It is an unshakeable testimony of God in the human heart.

Hebrews 12:25 See that you do not refuse Him who speaks. For if they did not escape who refused Him who spoke on earth, much more shall we not escape if we turn away from Him who speaks from heaven, 26  whose voice then shook the earth; but now He has promised, saying, “Yet once more I shake not only the earth, but also heaven.” 27 Now this, “Yet once more,” indicates the removal of those things that are being shaken, as of things that are made, that the things which cannot be shaken may remain.

The voice of God within our hearts is a more sure voice than a covenant of remembering what He has said in the past or the discipline of keeping to rules that He has established for us to follow. The writer of Hebrews was admonishing the Jewish people to remember that they were meant to be Hebrew people and it was time to listen to the intimate voice of God within their hearts that empowers children of God to be children of faith. This is the power of the kingdom of God for each and everyone of us. External things can be removed, but the internal realities of the kingdom of God in our hearts is enough to frame a world of love, hope, and faith in any environment we find ourselves. The kingdom of God is not just a promise for us in heaven to come, but also for heaven coming into our world in increasing measures as we respond to the internal voice of the One who loves us in all things. We must let the shakable things be removed so we can become the unshakeable people empowered by His love.

Hebrews 12:28 Therefore, since we are receiving a kingdom which cannot be shaken, let us have grace, by which we may serve God acceptably with reverence and godly fear. 29 For our God is a consuming fire.

The temporary things of creation are the things that can be shaken. These are the things that will be removed. We have this hope and guarantee of the corruptible things of this world being swallowed up by all that is incorruptible. The incorruptible things are those of our Heavenly Father, the Creator of all things. As people put their focus on creation, they often become distracted from the Creator. Creation is bound to the laws of entropy. There is as frustration, a futility, a great struggle in the groanings of creation and it is not possible to get a clear perspective of truth as God sees it in the lies that mankind has chosen to believe. We are living in a time of seemingly great knowledge, but the mass availability of information has overwhelmed our heads and dullened our hearts to hearing the true news of heaven. This is not only found in the world, but also in the church. I am not talking about an institution known as the church. I am talking about the church in the essence of who she really is. She is the many membered place of God’s corporate dwelling in the earth. Even in this place, there is often a distraction from the true light by a peering into the darkness. When the news in the world gets shaky, we begin to recite the end of the world to the nations. We should be exhibiting the increasing light of Christ to the darkness of the world. Instead of asking if people are receiving the mark of the beast, we should be asking the real question: Are they receiving the mark of God?

The Scriptures of the Old Testament foretold of the New Testament, but the New Testament is the fulfillment of what was old. The New Testament is foundational for eternal life and the kingdom of God; therefore, it does not tell us the absolutes of the future. It does, however, give us a first fruit of all that is the New Covenant harvest. We can know what is in the fruit of our harvest by looking at what was in the first fruit of our harvest in Christ. The first fruit of the new demanded a full harvest of what was old and produced seed and bread for a further harvest of all that is new in the future. The true destroys what is false. The light removes the darkness. The life overcomes all death. This is our hope in every season of harvest in our lives and in the earth. The harvest of every season is about seed and bread. It is about seed that brings more life in increasing measures. It is about bread that brings life to the world. Harvest is not a thing that happens at the end of our lives. Harvest is a testimony in every season of our lives. The final harvest of our lives is only seen in the celebration of trumpet that declares the overcoming triumph of Christ in us, the hope of glory!

Blessings,

Ted J. Hanson




Donations can be made at the link on the home site of:

www.ted4leaders.com

www.ted4you.com or

www.houseofbreadministry.org.

Checks can be made payable to House of Bread Ministry and sent to:

House of Bread Ministry, 3210 Meridian St., Bellingham, WA 98225

To avoid us paying a transaction fee from your donation, you can also set up a payment or an automatic payment from your bank to House of Bread Ministry. Just set it up as a ‘bill pay’ through your online bank account and your bank will mail a check to House of Bread Ministry. We will record your payment as a donation to House of Bread Ministry (E.I.N. 91-2009037) and we will send you a contribution receipt at the close of the year.

Our Ministry Information Is:
House of Bread Ministry
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