No Weapon Prospers

Thank you for your outpouring of love, concern and kindness! Lady Stephanie and I are in awe of the positive and encouraging messages and contacts we have received most recently. We want to appreciate all our extended family at New Hope and Prayer Everywhere and the international partners for your prayers and support! We will never forget this season and your response in it.

Lady Stephanie and I want you to know that we are looking forward to being with you at The Gathering 2015. There is nothing that will remove our faith or our focus from our fellowship with the Spirit and with our partners. The times are too critical. Prayer Everywhere is essential!

Could it be that the enemy wants us focused on flesh and foolishness? Social media can be for good or evil. Those who have sought us harm we have forgiven. We don’t take any anonymous attacks personal. It is all spiritual.

It is our message that is under attack. The enemy hates anyone who is convinced that The Word is right and is committed to a life of prayer. So our response to this season is, “Blessed are ye when men shall say all manner of evil, against you falsely..” (Matthew 5:11).

The Bible does not promise that weapons won’t be formed (Isaiah 54:17). The promise is that the weapons formed will not prosper. What is the weapon formed? The weapon formed are words that attack and assault your character. “Every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn”.  The chief weapon of the devil is accusation. “The accuser of our brethren is cast down, which accused them before our God day and night” (Revelation 12:10).

It is not in my personality nor adopted as my policy to answer critics or liars. Therefore, I will remain consistent and silent.

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Ecclesiastes 10

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Ecclesiastes 10

A Transliteration and Paraphrase

Bishop Sean Teal, Th.D.

Verse 1 Dead flies left in the holy oil will make the anointing stink; just like a few moments in the flesh can ruin a good reputation.

Verse 2A wise man’s heart in the right place. He uses his wisdom for the good of others. A fool’s heart is in the wrong place. He does people wrong and tries to hide it.

Verse 3A fool goes about thinking that he has fooled everyone. He is the one who is fooled.

Verse 4 If you are harshly confronted by a superior do not quit nor resign; calmly do what you are asked and stay employed.

Verse 5There are mistakes we continue to make when deciding who will lead us.

Verse 6 We make leaders out of people who are not truly committed…

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Ecclesiastes 10

ECCL. 10 Work Smart

Ecclesiastes 10

A Transliteration and Paraphrase

Bishop Sean Teal, Th.D.

Verse 1 Dead flies left in the holy oil will make the anointing stink; just like a few moments in the flesh can ruin a good reputation.

Verse 2A wise man’s heart in the right place. He uses his wisdom for the good of others. A fool’s heart is in the wrong place. He does people wrong and tries to hide it.

Verse 3A fool goes about thinking that he has fooled everyone. He is the one who is fooled.

Verse 4 If you are harshly confronted by a superior do not quit nor resign; calmly do what you are asked and stay employed.

Verse 5There are mistakes we continue to make when deciding who will lead us.

Verse 6 We make leaders out of people who are not truly committed and people with real potential are ignored.

Verse 7People out of place with their purpose and their position is not a pretty picture.

Verse 8If you start trouble you will have trouble. If you set someone up to fail it will cause your failure.

Verse 9When you carrying stones a stone can fall on you and hurt you. If you are cutting something down it might fall on you.

Verse 10 If you are not too sharp you have to work hard. Learn more and then you can work smarter, not harder.

Verse 11 A snake is a snake. A snake can’t help but be a snake. A snake will bite you without any reason. A gossiper is just like a snake.

Verse 12What a wise person says will open up opportunity. What a foolish person says will only hurt their chances.

Verse 13A foolish person begins the conversation bragging about themselves and ends the conversation belittling other people.

Verse 14 A foolish person talks like they know it all. We can only know what God wants us to know.

Verse 15Knowing where you want to go without the directions to get there will make you exhausted and frustrated.

Verse 16You are in real trouble when you are being lead by immature people who think more about themselves than the people they lead.

Verse 17You are blessed if you have leaders who are well-prepared and well-disciplined.

Verse 18Laziness is dangerous. It will allow everything that was built for you and around you to fall in on you.

Verse 19Enjoy yourself and have a good time, but when it’s time to make money you need to get serious.

Verse 20Don’t backbite a leader or say mean things about an employer. Whatever you say in secret someone will repeat it.

Partners Only!

September 11, 2015

Dear Prayer Everywhere Partner:

We are excited about your registration to The Gathering!  The Gathering is a partner’s conference. Your partnership has never been more important or encouraging. The Gathering is scheduled for Thursday, October 22 through Sunday, October 25th. The first session will convene Thursday at 6:33pm. The closing session will be concluded by Sunday at 11:00am.

Our theme is “Under Kingdom Construction”. Our goal is to provide “blueprints” and “building blocks” for effective prayer and ministry. Please invite your Atlanta area family and friends to attend. The evening worship is at 7:00pm and the public is invited. Admission is free. Offerings will be received.

Day Sessions: Available to those who register. Bishop Sean Teal will lead training in the day sessions. Dr. Dana Neal and Pastor Byron Murray will also lecture and minister to the partners in the morning sessions. Every session will begin with “setting the atmosphere” by the Intercessors of Prayer Everywhere.

Registration: The registration packets for the conference will be prepared and presented to partners and registrants at The Gathering beginning Thursday at 3:00pm. Those who wish to register on site will register @ $150.00. If a person wishes to only purchase the conference material and binder it will be $75.00. Live streaming of the day sessions will be at a cost to be determined.

Hotel Information: Atlanta Hilton Airport

1031 Virginia Ave, Atlanta, GA 30354  (404) 767-9000.

We have a block of rooms reserved at at a conference rate of $99 for single occupancy and $109 for double occupancy. You must register and mention that you are attending The Prayer Everywhere conference in order to receive the rates. The cut off for these rates is September 22, 2015. We have a link to the hotel at: http://www.prayereverywhere.org. There is a hotel shuttle from the airport to the hotel. Be prepared to provide a gratuity to the driver.

Partners Luncheon: Friday @ 1:00pm – 2:30pm. The luncheon will be served at the hotel and catered by hotel culinary and hospitality. Tickets for the luncheon will be in your registration packet. Any additional tickets to be purchased will be at the cost of $25.00 per person.

Please notify the Registrar at the time of receiving your registration packet if you have an interest in additional luncheon tickets. Seating is limited.

Conference Attire: The attire for the conference will be business casual. The weather will average 72 degrees with some clouds. The Gathering t-shirts will be distributed at the registration table. T-shirts may be purchased separate from registration for $20.00. Please forward your requested size. All partners are asked to wear all white Sunday morning at the closing session. There will be a foot washing service and the Lord’s Supper will be served.

Social Media and Pictures: Partners are encouraged to record and post pictures and video clips of The Gathering. All conference attendees are subject to being photographed, recorded and or streamed on video during public worship. The Steve Parker Radio Show will be soliciting interviews from partners. You are encouraged to participate.

Please feel free to contact us at nationalprayercall@gmail.com or reach our conference registrar, Servant Sarita Lewis at (423) 698-3471. We are working hard to make this conference a partner-friendly event that you will enjoy and remember. We look forward to seeing you in October at The Gathering.

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