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When they therefore came together, they asked of him, saying, “Lord, wilt thou at this time restore again the kingdom to Israel”? (Acts 1:6).

The apostles had this question on top of their every thought. This was the pressing matter before them as Resurrected Jesus is preparing to ascend away from them. What is the will of Jesus for His disciples? What is in the timing of Jesus? How will  Jesus restore the kingdom again? Who will Jesus trust His kingdom with in the last days?

You and I have questions we need answered from the word of God. For three (3) nights I will begin to unpack for You and the precious Partners of Prayer Everywhere the powerful revelation of “The Final Restoration”.  We are no bystanders in this hour of global upheaval. We are strategically placed into this generation and for this time that we might be world changers and difference makers. Our presence in the world is like light and salt. Our presence in the world is The Body of Christ alive in the earth. Our presence in this world is God’s kingdom coming and His will being done. We are a part of  “THE FINAL RESTORATION” ! We are here for Christ and His Kingdom!

Wednesday, December 1st @ 6:33pm – 8:00pm (PST)

The Restoration of Kingdom Power

Jesus and Kingdom Doctrine

The Gospel of The Kingdom 

The New Creation and The Kingdom

Thursday, December 2nd @ 6:33pm – 8:00pm

The Restoration of Kingdom Protocols

The Tabernacle of David

The Power of Praise

The End-Time Harvest

Friday, December 3rd @ 6:33pm  – 8:00pm

The Restoration of Kingdom Participation

The  Body of  The Anointed One

The  Use of  Spiritual Authority

The  Age of  The Apostolic
*You will receive “keys of knowledge”. These teachings will be intensive and on subject matter that is not highly exposed. You will hear things you have never heard before. This will be an eye-opening time for the serious seeker. You are welcome! We encourage all attendees to seek the LORD in prayer privately. Pray Psalm 119:18 nightly. We set the atmosphere with praise and worship @ 6:15pm nightly.

A Family Holiday Prayer

Praying with your family is not always the easiest or most comfortable moment. Family can be familiar and distant. Family can know you in ways that it challenges your spiritual veracity. Family can be tough on your spirituality. Family can expose every hint of hypocrisy. So when it’s time to lead your family in prayer you may need some help. Here is another spiritual resource that may help you get through the holidays. This prayer may ease some of the pressure off of your prayer. This may not be your prayer word for word, but let it be a pattern. Let it bless you and your family!

Heavenly Father, in the Name of Your Blessed Son Jesus the Christ, we thank You for this time that we have come together. We seek the blessing of Your Spirit. Grant us hearts of gratitude and thanksgiving. Thank You for Your goodness and Your grace to every person here. Thank you for the family You have made our friends and for the friends who have become our family. Thank You for being our Sole Provider. You have provided for all our needs abundantly and sufficiently. We give You praise! 

We pray over every member of this family—those seated among us—and those who were not able to gather here today. We thank You, Father God that Your will is good, acceptable and perfect. We thank You that You are our Saviour and Healer. You are our strong tower and shield.  You have healed us of sickness and disease. We receive healing right now in Jesus’ Name. We agree and bind every weapon of the enemy against any and every member of this family right now in the Name of Jesus. We agree and release favor and increase.

We apply, by faith, the blood of Jesus over every person connected to our generations. We break every generational curse and establish our covenant blessings. We declare protection from disaster and death. We declare angels assigned to intervene on their behalf.

For those who do not know You, we pray right now that Your love, mercy and grace would overwhelm them—that they might know Your love for them. We thank You that You bring, You draw and You will add souls that we know into Your kingdom. Thank You for choosing us to share Your love with others.

We thank You for blessing us! Thank you for our faith, our family and this food. Bless all in Jesus’ Name we pray, Amen.


40 Preachers To Remember

The earliest years of preaching ministry I was exposed to preaching greatness. If exposure is expansion, I was expanded early. Here is a list of 40 Black “pulpiteers” who became to me the original standards of a craft I was willingly to give all my effort to engage. As a teenager I honorably imitated, immaturely plagiarized and incessantly studied their manners and methods. I am profoundly blessed to have been put in their proximity early in ministry.

Pastor John H. Green (Richmond, CA)

Dr. Robert T. George (Oakland, CA) 

Dr. Alvin C. Bernstine (Richmond, CA)

Dr. Fleetwood E. Irving (Vallejo, CA)

Dr. Melvin V. Wade (Los Angeles, CA)

Pastor Harry R. Fort (Oakland, CA)

Dr. C. E. Richardson (Richmond, CA)

Dr. E. V. Hill (Los Angeles, CA)

Dr. A. H. Newman (Richmond, CA)

Dr. Manuel Scott, Sr. (Dallas, TX)

Dr. J. Alfred Smith, Sr. (Oakland, CA)

Dr. Frederick Haynes, III (Dallas, Tx.)

Dr. M.T. Thompson (Berkeley, CA)

Evangelist M. L. Scott, Jr. (Los Angeles, CA)

Dr. C.A.W. Clark, Sr. (Dallas, Texas)

Dr. E. K. Bailey (Dallas, Texas)

Dr. Lloyd C. Blue (Oakland, CA)

Dr. C. E. McClain (Shreveport, LA)

Dr. A. Louis Patterson, (Houston,TX)

Pastor Otha Johnson (San Pablo, CA)

Pastor Daniel O. Tolliver (Berkeley, CA)

Pastor A. R. Robinson (San Francisco, CA)

Pastor A.L. Cobbs (Oakland, CA)

Dr. J. R. Richardson (San Francisco, CA)

Dr. Ralph. D. West (Houston, TX)

Pastor Henry L. Hudson (Oakland, CA)

Dr. Charles G. Adams (Detroit , MI)

Pastor Samuel Williams, Sr. (Oakland, CA)

Pastor Arthur L. Moore (Oakland, CA)

Dr. S. M. Lockridge, (San Diego, CA)

Dr. S. J. Scott (Oakland, CA)

Dr. Floyd G. Purdy (Palo Alto, CA)

Dr. C. J. Anderson (Oakland, CA)

Dr. Marvin T. Robinson (Los Angeles, CA)

Dr. M. J. Williams (Oakland, CA)

Pastor Lester L. Cannon, Jr (Oakland, CA)

Dr. E. Paul Perkins (Marin City, CA)

Pastor T. J. Prince (Oakland, CA)

Dr. R.A. Williams (Los Angeles, CA)

Dr. F. G. Sampson (Detroit, MI)

*I did not distinguish living from “late” because they are all apart of my kergymatic eschatos.

On The Fence or In The Faith?

There was a large group of people. On one side of the group stood a man, Jesus. On the other side of the group stood Satan. Separating them, running through the group, was a fence.

The scene set, both Jesus and Satan began calling to the people in the group and, one by one – each having made up his or her own mind – each went to either Jesus or Satan. This kept going.

Soon enough, Jesus had gathered around him a group of people from the larger crowd, as did Satan. But one man joined neither group. He climbed the fence that was there and sat on it. Then Jesus and his people left and disappeared.

So too did Satan and his people. And the man on the fence sat alone.

As this man sat, Satan came back, looking for something which he appeared to have lost. The man said, “Have you lost something?” Satan looked straight at him and replied, “No, there you are. Come with me.”

“But”, said the man, “I sat on the fence. I chose neither you nor him.”

“Oh, I know,” said Satan. “But I own the fence.”


It’s a Trick, Not A Treat!

The History and Mysteries of Halloween

Halloween is actually a short variation for All Hallows Evening.  All Hallows Evening began in Europe. It was originally a day for pagan festivals that marked the beginning of harvest. At the festival the Celts would celebrate pagan spiritual personalities like witches, ghouls, warlocks, trolls, goblins and demon spirits.

 The Celts also believed that this was also a day when the worlds of the living and the dead came together. The power of the underworld is said to have been released into the world on this night. They believed that demon spirits would come out the night of the harvest celebration to cause trouble and even damage their crops. They would leave sweet treats out in the fields for the spirits hoping this would keep the spirits from destroying their crops.

 They would light candles and carve out fiendish looking lanterns in large vegetables and place them around their houses in order to scare off “bad” spirits from their homes. They would dress up in costumes often using the hides of animals that were killed in sacrifices to Celtic idols. They believed that the costumes would fool or trick the evil spirits. 

The Celts were eventually conquered by the Romans. Pope Gregory III later named November 1 All Saints Day. All Hallows Eve being October 31 became the evening preceding All Saints Day, thereby connecting the two holidays. 

All Saints Day according to Roman Catholic tradition is the day to celebrate the dead that have been “sainted” over the centuries by the Roman Catholic Church. Pope Gregory III and the Roman Catholic Church actually merged the two celebrations, making sure that All Saints Day was the more important of the two.

Have You Heard About Halloween?

  1. Halloween was known as “Mischief Night”, the supreme night of demonic jubilation.
  1. The most popular Halloween images are witches, black cats, and Jack O’ Lanterns.
  1. A Jack O’ Lantern is the ancient symbol a damned soul.
  1. 36.1 million children ages 5-13 go door-to-door trick or treating.
  1. 73.4 % of Americans will hand out candy to trick or treaters..
  1. 34% of Americans will buy or wear a costume.
  1. 17% will visit a haunted house.
  1. Americans spend $60 per household on Halloween, which is over 5 billion dollars.
  1. Christmas is the only holiday that brings in more money than Halloween.

The Rock Is Higher

The House of Prayer Everywhere

October 6th, 2021 / Evening Devotion

Bishop Sean Teal, Visionary © Reserved 2021

God will deliver and defend through the power of prayer. Our deliverance began with a prayer. Every deliverance begins with a prayer. Jesus hangs on The Cross and with blistered and quivering lips blotted by His own blood prays, “Father forgive them; for they know not what they do” (Luke 23:34).

The Psalmist, a man of genuine prayer, feels overwhelmed.  You can be a person of prayer and still feel overtaken by a season. Overwhelmed is the feeling of fainting. It is the picture of being weakened by warfare. It is a word picture that comes from the life of a sailor and the ship on a sea. Anytime strong and angry waves crashed upon the ship and then began to go over the helm of the ship, the ship, the captain and crew would now be considered “over helmed”. “Over helmed” is what you sense when it seems that your circumstances are breaking through into your safe place. Overwhelmed is how you feel when you feel under the pressure of something you can’t control. It is that gnawing feeling that something has the potential to wipe you out. It is having a clear and present danger that is relentless and unyielding. It is to feel that your best is not good enough for the moment or the threat. 

How will we he defended? The Psalmist knows of only one refuge. He has but one true option for his situation. He needs to be led out. He needs an exodus. He needs to be taken to a place of ultimate safety and security. He needs to be preserved. He needs a covering. He needs well-being.

He prays to be led “to the rock that is higher than I”. The “I” is the ego. It is our self identity. It is how we see ourselves. It is purely self-perception. This is what the Psalmist wants to overcome. He wants to have a trust in God that is higher than the trust he would ever have in himself, his gifts, good works, talents or abilities.

The “Rock that is higher” is a place that can only be obtained by the purpose and power of God. The ‘Higher Rock” is such an elevated palace that it takes God to put you there. “Lead me to the rock too high for me to climb by myself, and place me there” is one of the translations I studied.

This is how we fight our battles. We pray. We ascend. We strive for a higher consciousness, awareness and boldness in prayer and The Word.

Your Weapons Will Win!

The House of Prayer Everywhere

October 5th, 2021 / Evening Devotion

Bishop Sean Teal, Visionary © Reserved 2021

(For the weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of strong holds;) Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ (vss. 4-5). 

While growing up in California (USA) I used to watch a weekly television series called, “Batman”. Batman was a “superhero”. He and his sidekick, “Robin” were the “dynamic duo”. Batman and Robin were crusaders conquering criminals and crime in the imaginary metropolis of “Gotham”. Each week they had a different “criminal mastermind” or “evil genius” to face and fight. What made them “super” was their knowledge,  precision and the wise use of their weapons, tools and technologies. They were mere humans. They had the edge on all their enemies because they had constant access to their “utility belts.” In these belts everything they needed to break them through and give them a victory over the enemy was with them, on them. 

We use God’s mighty weapons, not worldly weapons, to knock down the strongholds of human reasoning and to destroy false arguments (NLT). We are reminded that we have all the weapons we need to win against the next attack of the enemy. We can knock down thoughts that destroy our faith. We can destroy ideas and opinions that are not from the Word of God. Whatever will assail us we have what it takes to overcome it. Whatever harasses and hinders us will lose the battle because our weapons are ever effective. We can’t lose with the weapons we use! Our spiritual arsenal is “mighty through God”. God’s power is always available for the believer’s victory. ###

The House of Prayer Everywhere

October 4th, 2021 / Evening Devotion

Bishop Sean Teal, Visionary © Reserved 2021

No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their righteousness is of me, saith the LORD. Isaiah 54 is a prophecy about fertility. The enemy of God’s people wants to burden them with barrenness. He wants to cut them off from their source and supply. He wants them to live in lack, desperate and afraid. One of the ancient tactics of warfare was to besiege a city. They would surround the city and wait it out. 

During the wait they would design artillery and other mechanics of warfare in order to penetrate the city’s fortifications. The people in the city could literally watch the enemy form weapons against them. This is the prophetic picture Isaiah inscribes. 

Weapons are being formed, but they would never find success against God’s people, God’s protected. The LORD has established a covenant of victory with His people. His people can sing even in a season of drought because of their covenant (vs.1). His people can plan for expansion and growth because of their covenant (vs. 2). His people would never be ashamed of their God because of their covenant (vs, 4). His people would be returned and restored because of their covenant (vss. 5-12). His people would have children and descendants that would know and serve their God because of their covenant (vs. 13). His people would experience hardship but they would always prevail because of their covenant (vss. 14-16). We always win! 

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The Day of Atonement

Yom Kippur, Hebrew Yom Ha-Kippurim is the most solemn of Jewish religious holidays when orthodox Jews focus on the expiation of sins and a desire to have reconciliation and relationship with God. Yom Kippur concludes the “10 Days of Repentance” (Awe) that begin with Rosh Hashana (New Year’s Day). It is observed on the 10th day of the lunar month of Tishri (September and October)