Reading this Blog reminded me of a Tommy Tenney Quote: “God has this funny idea that church is all about Him.”

The Flaming Herald

Church needs to be a place where people seek God in faith, prayer, and expectation. There ought to be an awe and a reverence of coming together corporately into God’s presence. The Scripture tells us that even sinners should be convicted by the presence of God in our midst.

“But if all prophesy, and an unbeliever or an uninformed person comes in, he is convinced by all, he is convicted by all. And thus the secrets of his heart are revealed; and so, falling down on his face, he will worship God and report that God is truly among you” (1 Cor. 14:24-25).

The apostle Paul lays out instructions for maximizing the power and presence of God in our gatherings. If things are arranged according to the Father’s order and will He will be present and in manifestation, and people will be drawn to Jesus. Conversely, nowadays church leaders study…

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Where Is The Remnant

Prophetic Word August 5, 2015
Prophet Rev. Michael Fram

I hear the Spirit of the Lord saying, who will stand in the gap? Where are the ones that know My purpose and call it forth? Who are the ones that will hold Me to My word? Where is the remnant within the earth…that will grab a hold of My promise and grab a hold of Me…one in each hand and pull the two together…that My promise might manifest within the earth?

Who are the ones? Who are the ones…that take Me at My word? Who are the ones that have believed My report? Who are the ones that know what the Logos says, and who are the ones that know what the Rhema says? Who are the ones that take the Rhema and hold it up against the Logos and find that which is true…and hold on to it…and recite it…and bring it before My throne…not letting heaven rest until My word and purpose is established within the earth?

Who are the ones that will stand in the gap? Who are the ones that will not settle for less than My purpose and My plan? Where is the remnant? Where is the remnant? The call is going out all across the earth, and even as My word says, he that has ears to hear, let him hear what the Spirit is saying to the church. For O the Spirit is crying out, O the Spirit is calling out, calling for the remnant, calling for those that will hold on to the purpose and the plan of God and not let go until it manifests within the earth.

Who are those that have ears to hear? And who are those who are more than just hearers only? For didn’t I say that there would be some that would be hearers of the word but would not be doers? That they would let the word go in one ear and right out the other without acting upon it. Even as it were would look at themselves in a mirror and forget what they looked like. Because they heard the promise, they heard what the Spirit had said, but have let it go by the wayside even as those that had a heart condition that could not receive the word as the sower went to sew it.

And so it is…even with the Rhema word of God…even as it was in the parable of the sower…for as the sower sowed the word, the different heart conditions could receive it, fall by the wayside, or have it choked out. And so it is with the Prophetic Word of God that’s being released within the earth…some don’t even hear it, some their heart is so hard that hearing they hear not, and it doesn’t even enter their spirit, it never even makes it through their ear gate down into their heart, because their heart is hard like stony ground. And then there are others that receive it just for a little bit and when it doesn’t instantly manifest say that oh I know that word was too good to be true…surely it wasn’t God…and the things of life will choke out the seed of that Prophetic Word and it will not produce in their life because they’ve allowed things to choke it.

Even as it was with the sower sowing the Logos, so it is with the Rhema word of God…as the prophetic is released…do you hear? Didn’t He say, take heed how you hear? Where is the remnant? Where is the remnant that hears the word, receives the word, allows it to take root in their heart, holds on to the word, stands in the gap with the word and believes Me for the manifestation of that word? Where is My remnant?


I believe just as we can apply the principles of hermeneutics, like the comparative mention principle and the complete mention principle, to the Logos (the Bible); we can also apply those same principles to the Rhema (Prophetic Words) to get a full import of what they are saying. Bert does a marvelous job of doing that in this Blog.

The Flaming Herald

The following are key excerpts from prophecies and visions of recent times that I have shared over the past year. They serve to warn us and prepare us for the days we are living in. Do not merely admire the preciseness of some of their statements but make application of their words and prepare yourself for what is here now and what is yet to come. These excerpts when woven together add up to a longer read than I normally like to publish, but I’m quite sure you will find them well worth your time.


1.There will be many Christians who believe that they can do whatever they want and God will look the other way. People are tremendously afraid of this position because they have heard so much on this line: “Oh, you know you are the elect of God. You are sure…

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Good Word!


Unity releases the reality of oneness and materializes wholeness so that the overwhelming testimony of the world around us will be:  “Behold how they love one another!”  But, how do we handle doctrinal issues?

Our doctrines are those things we believe that are yet not being proven in our lives.  We cling to them with bull-dogged tenacity until we are fully walking in them.  Our insecurities drive us to be defensive about what we believe until what we believe becomes a part of our lives.  Then, doctrines do not matter so much.  And we are free to embrace others who are defending what they are not yet experiencing.

Once we are living what we have believed, once the Holy Spirit has made our doctrine our reality in life, it is no longer a mere doctrine.  It is our testimony.  Our brethren who went before us overcame the accuser, not by…

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