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  • LADY DI LOS ANGELES #2112136 » Posted in: My online family

    DEAR MR. PERRY, I HAVE HAD A DYING LOVE FOR YOUR CRAFT OF "BRINGING LIFE TO LIGHT WITH HUMOR"! AS I ALWAY'S SAY TO YOU WHEN I WRITE & ABOUT YOU WHEN I TALK ... YOU ARE A GIFT TO ESPECIALLY OUR AFRICAN AMERICAN SOCIETY & ALL OTHER'S JUST AS WELL! BUT ONCE AGAIN YOU JUST "KNOCKED THE BALL OUT OF THE PARK"! I HAVE BEEN IN WHAT SOME CONSIDER A "GOOD" RELATIONSHIP NOW FOR ALMOST 6 YEARS. BUT YOUR LETTER KIND OF CONFIRMED SOMETHING MY HEART HAS BEEN TELLING ME FOR THE LAST FEW YEARS! WHICH IS "YOU/I" CAN'T ALWAY'S EXPECT PEOPLE TO FEEL, SAY & SUPPLY THE THINGS THAT YOU WANT THEM TO "FEEL, SAY & SUPPLY" TO YOU! PEOPLE CAN ONLY BE "WHO / WHOM" THEY ARE! AND IF THAT IS NOT GOOD ENOUGH FOR YOU, MAYBE YOU ARE THE ONE THAT NEEDS TO CHANGE! BY CHANGING YOUR "EXPECTATION(S) OR PEOPLE YOU ARE SURROUNDING YOURSELF WITH. BUT MR. PERRY I MUST SAY THIS BIT OF REALITY IS SO HARD TO REACH, BECAUSE OF HOW YOU FEEL ABOUT CERTAIN PEOPLE. BUT THE FLIP SIDE OF THIS IS, CHANCES ARE "YOU" ARE FALLING SHORT OF THOSE OTHER PEOPLES EXPECTATIONS TOO! GOD BLESS YOU MR. PERRY & PLEASE, PLEASE KEEP DOING WHAT YOU ARE DOOING ... MAKING US LAUGH AND SMILE! LOVE YOU BIG GUY, LADY DI

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  • Based On The Prophetic Rhema Words #2112135 » Posted in: My online family

    I was led to share, this glorious morning. I am also charged, commissioned led to disclose to you Mighty Man Of Valor. I am open and available to talk business. This is not personalfor me, it's Kingdom Business.

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  • Karen Christopherson Demorest GA #2112134 » Posted in: My online family

    Eagles don't swim well and fish can't fly. ;). UBU. Yeah baby. UBU

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  • Prophetic Rhema Word 4 #2112133 » Posted in: My online family

    Angels Commissioned to Bring a Release of the Apostolic I saw large angels being commissioned in the earth to bring about a release of the apostolic – huge angels, depositing revelation. These revelations of the Word being deposited in men and women will make an impact on the nations of the earth, and will, as Paul's teachings made an impact on the secular schools of His day, change the way the world views Christianity. (Photo by Jennifer Page "My Firm Foundation" via elijahshopper.com) These revelations will be marked by great power and demonstration, and there will be a great grace upon these men and women, as they will go forth into the most dangerous cultural regions of the world, including the Muslim world. Grace will be upon them to preach the Gospel with power, and there will be times when tremendous demonstration of signs and wonders will take place before the eyes of the global population. God is with these men and women, and the miracles God performs through them will set records. I also see schools of discipleship being birthed, training centers for young men and women who burn for souls and for true supernatural power. These fire carriers will be unyielding in their pursuit of the enemy and will carry a powerful revelation of Christ living within them. Among these will be many powerful women, and even children. Be prepared, because the younger generation is about to get even younger; children as young as eight will be seeing dramatic miracles and demonstrations of power. And it shall come to pass afterward that I will pour out My Spirit on all flesh; your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions. Joel 2:28 Even since the time of the Apostles, women have ministered and moved in great power. There are no excuses when God places a call on your life. Woman or man, God is searching for those who will answer the call and stand in great faith! As Kathryn Kuhlman once said, "It will cost you everything...but it's worth the

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  • Prophetic Rhema Word 3 #2112131 » Posted in: My online family

    Maria Woodworth-Etter and the Sheaves of Wheat Maria was a powerful healing minister. Thousands upon thousands were healed under her ministry, and she was marked by a powerful conviction of the Holy Spirit which would affect those in her vicinity even 20 miles away. She was known as a revivalist who could "break towns open." At the start of her ministry, she was hindered by her own insecurities and feelings of inadequacy, but soon gave in to the longing in her heart for souls and the strong call of God on her life. She faced much opposition in the time that she lived in, but many of those who came to harass her were those most likely to fall under the power of God. She was determined in prayer, and ministered with great authority and power. (Photo of Maria Woodworth-Etter) God gave Maria a vision of a wide field of wheat; in the vision, as she began to preach, the grains began to fall like sheaves. Jesus told her, "Just as the grain fell, so the people would fall." She continued to minister, until she preached a meeting at a church in western Ohio. As she preached, people began to fall into trances, which would be a manifestation her ministry would be known for in the years to come. She could not answer all the invitations to minister, and she created a national stir with the spectacular demonstrations of power that followed her ministry. None has done more to shed light on the role of women in ministry, and she greatly influenced many who followed after her in ministry: Kathryn Kuhlman, Aimee Semple McPherson, John G. Lake, Smith Wigglesworth, and many others. "My dear sister in Christ, as you hear these words may the Spirit of Christ come upon you, and make you willing to do the work the Lord has assigned to you. It is high time for women to let their lights shine; to bring out their talents that have been hidden away rusting; and use them for the glory of God, and do with their might what their hands find to do, trusting God for strength, Who has said, 'I will never leave you.' "Let us not plead weakness; God will use the weak things of the world to confound the wise. We are sons and daughters of the Most High God. Should we not honor our high calling and do all we can to save those who sit in the valley and shadow of death? Did He not send Moses, Aaron – Miriam, to be your leaders? Barak dared not meet the enemy unless Deborah led the van. The Lord raised up men, women, and children of His own choosing – Hannah, Hulda, Ana, Phoebe, Narcissus, Tryphena, Persis, Julia, the Marys and the sisters who co-labored with Paul. Is it less becoming for women to labor in Christ's Kingdom and vineyard now than it was then?" —Maria Woodworth Etter (Photo by Donna Smallenberg "The Song of Deborah" via elijahshopper.com)

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  • Gem Atlanta #2112129 » Posted in: My online family

    Hi Mr. Perry, I just had to chime in on this excerpt from your interaction with your friend. I have learned to accept people where they are. Some people just don’t have the capacity to be anything else but who they are. Some choose not to change or see there is room for improvement. There are some who will never be what you expect, so except them for who they are and don’t take offense when they don’t meet your expectations. I don’t get mad anymore and don’t get disappointed when the behavior is repeated. Ultimately, you have the choice of accepting the individual(s) and loving them in spite of what you believe them to be. There are people (family included) in my life I have come to just accept and love (from a distance if necessary). I am sure I am flawed and others may feel that way about me and I am okay with that also. I am not perfect nor do I expect others to be. The energy used to express the negative takes away from you. When you change your perspective you have more peace in your life.

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  • Elaine Dixon Fullerton, Ca #2112128 » Posted in: My online family

    Good Morning Tyler, I want to say thank you, you have no idea of what I just went through, but the story tells it all. I have a friend just like that. She complains about her circumstances with her family members, and I just set back and listen. After listening to all the stories, I've come to the realize that all the things this person has complained about, is things she has done in her younger days. 1. stop looking for results we know aren't going to happen. 2. Realize that, they are who they are and until they seek Christ about truly changing, it won't happen. 3.Stop complaining about them and pray for them, your life will be better for it. 4. Be honest with them as ask them, What can you truly do with the information the have given you? 5. Stop and remember how long it took you to change, or really look at the "Man in the Mirror." 6. Stop being so quick to jump in and help, maybe they just want an ear to listen. 7. Remember maybe God is whispering to you with the answers, but you are to busy complaining to hear them. 8. If God has truly Blessed you, then stop and ask him how you can really be a Blessing to those who are constantly complaining. 9. Remember be careful what you pray for, God hears and never forgets, and maybe your prayer was to be a helper to those in need. 10. Last but not least Remember not your needs, but what is needed. Just my thoughts.

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  • Karen Dixon Fort Worth, Texas #2112127 » Posted in: My online family

    Good morning Tyler, The ending of "If Loving You Is Wrong" was text book. I like the way you left it open so you could allow it to go in several different scenarios. The husband showed forgiveness to the wife because what he taught his kids, but if the baby is black it all goes out the window. If the baby is black they could give it away to the black man the father and his wife since she cant have kids. You are truly gifted by God with your awesome story telling. You continue to be bless, much love. Karen D.

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  • Prophetic Rhema Word 2 #2112126 » Posted in: My online family

    Apostolic and Prophetic Women of Power I am reminded of the first century Protomartyr, Thekla, meaning "glory of God." [Note: This story is taken from the New Testament apocrypha that is not generally given the acceptance of canonized Scripture. John G. Lake mentions this story of Thekla below as well.] She is said to be the first woman martyr for the Gospel. Daughter of a wealthy family in Iconium, Thekla was engaged at the age of 18. When she heard the Apostle Paul's teachings from her bedroom window, she took a vow of chastity, refused to marry, and ran away from her home. Her family became so angry that they had Paul locked in prison. (Photo of Saint Thecla via Wikimedia Commons) Eventually Paul was banished from the city, and Thekla was sentenced to be burned because she refused to be separated from Christ. As the flames were lit, light surrounded her and rain came and extinguished the flames. She began to travel with the Apostles, preaching the Gospel in Antioch, where she was condemned to death again for being a Christian. In an arena full of wild animals, the beasts would not touch her, but laid at her feet. The crowd began to shout, "Great is the God of the Christians!" Apostle Paul then blessed her, sending her to preach the Word of God, and she went about healing the sick through prayer. John G. Lake, in his sermon, "The Truth About Divine Healing," was discussing the school of Tyrannus, where the teachings of philosophy and psychology were discarded for Paul's teachings about the Spirit. Lake said, "From this school came Thekla, a Grecian noblewoman, a God-anointed healer, whose ministry of healing is said by students to have set a record. And still there are those who would deny the right of Christian ministry to women." Thekla converted many pagans to Christ, and the Church famously named her as "Equal-to-

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  • JJ Wylie, Texas #2112125 » Posted in: My online family

    Hi Tyler, I'm a fan of your work and some of the business accomplishments you have completed I have some similar visions. I want to be a great filmmaker and establish a business legacy here in Texas because I see a great deal of talent here beside my own. I write my own stories but I also work because like everyone else I have to live and pay bills too. I just get so frustrated with working these jobs that have nothing to do with what I want to do. It's a really long story but I just wanted to know if you have any kind of advice or encouragement that you feel I may need to hear. You don't know how much you could be helping me.

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  • Ola Gipson Sacramento, California #2112124 » Posted in: My online family

    If you ever have a moment, please contact me. I have a movie idea. I used to be a letter carrier.

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  • Lonzetta Alvoid Blytheville, AR 72315 #2112123 » Posted in: My online family

    Good morning Mr. Perry just read your inspiring letter this morning about the complainer and grass and the oak tree. I was blown away because I have someone in my life just like that and I would surely like to share this with that person. I have to pray because sometimes it is like walking on egg shells with that person so I am really going to try and get your message across to that individual as soon as possible. I appreciate all of your hard work that you do to keep people like me entertained. I admire your work and look forward to what you have to bring to us for the future.

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