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Born in South Africa, Warren Hunter spent much time with his grandfather, Bernard Hunter who established several new churches. Great men of God such as Terry Law, Dr TL Osborne and David DuPlessis became a huge influence upon his walk with God during his childhood years.
Currently, Warren is a member of ICFM, Cornerstone World Outreach with Pastor Larry Gordon and is the President of Sword Ministries International and Apostolic Sword Network.

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Glory: The Ultimate Overcoming Weapon

Ezekiel 8 reveals the power of the glory of God. The Spirit lifted Ezekiel between heaven and earth and brought him into a vision. The prophet saw the seat of the image of jealousy as well as the “glory of the God of Israel.” God then showed Ezekiel the great abominations in the temple that the priests were hiding while they were still continuing in their religious forms of worship. How can it be that the glory of God can be where abominations take place? The function of the glory of God is to expose that which is an abomination to Him and remove it from His dwelling place. Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty. Liberty from the flesh is the denying of ourselves and the wo

Origin Of Sickness

When it comes to sickness it is vital that we, as followers of Christ, have it settled within ourselves the definition of sickness, who it comes from, and its origin. In Romans 5:12 the relationship between sin and death is revealed, “just as through one man sin entered into the world, and death through sin, and so death spread to all men, because all sinned” (NKJV). We must see sickness the way God sees it; sickness is the result of sin. As we saw in the previous paragraph death became a part of this life only when Adam sinned. Death, or “returning to dust” (Genesis 3:19), is the verdict of the curse that Adam’s sin had brought forth. That is where it was first introduced. Sickness and deat


We live in a world that has coined the phrase “don’t get your hopes up.” Many people pressure others to heed to their life experiences and deem it as sound wisdom. As believers in Christ, it is important that we avoid playing “whose been through the most hell?” Every day is an opportunity to lose hope; however, to our advantage, we serve a God of hope who desires to fill us with joy and peace in believing that we may abound in hope (Romans 15:13 NKJV). Hopelessness is not the will of God, and succumbing to hopelessness leaves us to be taken advantage of by the adversary, who prowls around like a roaring lion seeking someone to devour (1 Peter 5:8). Without hope, we are subject to depression,

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