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Apostolic Conversion

Friday, December 16th, 2011

Апостольское Посвящение — больше чем просто спасение

Это третье из четырех выступлений в Церкви Калифорнии, Арт почувствовал после двух встреч, что нечто радикальное должно произойти в восприятии его сообщений, чтобы подготовить аудиторию к центральной и конечной теме его проповеди: “Вечное Предназначение Церкви”.

GER-13 Apostolischen Glauben und Weihe

Tuesday, November 1st, 2011

English Title: Apostolic Faith and Consecration

Defining Apostolic Sending (2 of 2)

Friday, September 9th, 2011

From the encounter of Moses at the Burning Bush, Art seeks to examine the roots of authentic character before one can become a sent disciple. A 1993 message.

Defining Apostolic Sending (1 of 2)

Friday, September 9th, 2011

From the encounter of Moses at the Burning Bush, Art seeks to examine the roots of authentic character before one can become a sent disciple. A 1993 message.

The Gospel to the Jew First

Friday, January 7th, 2011

Speaking from Romans 1:16, Art maintains there is a divine wisdom and priority to take the gospel to the Jew first before it is taken to the Gentile.

True Apostolicity (4 of 4)

Friday, December 24th, 2010

A younger Art Katz speaking a series of four messages on the meaning and spirit of the hard-to-define word “apostolic”, but a reality that God seeks to obtain in His people. Some background buzz.

True Apostolicity (3 of 4)

Friday, December 24th, 2010

A younger Art Katz speaking a series of four messages on the meaning and spirit of the hard-to-define word “apostolic”, but a reality that God seeks to obtain in His people. Some background buzz.

True Apostolicity (2 of 4)

Friday, December 24th, 2010

A younger Art Katz speaking a series of four messages on the meaning and spirit of the hard-to-define word “apostolic”, but a reality that God seeks to obtain in His people. Some background buzz.

True Apostolicity (1 of 4)

Friday, December 24th, 2010

A younger Art Katz speaking a series of four messages on the meaning and spirit of the hard-to-define word “apostolic”, but a reality that God seeks to obtain in His people. Some background buzz.

The Gifts of the Spirit

Monday, December 20th, 2010

In 2 Chronicles 20:1-30, the prophet Jehaziel is moved by the Spirit to prophesy (v.14-17). In this incisive event in the history of Judah, we catch a glimpse of the utter, life-saving consequences of the gifts of the Spirit.

Apostolic and Prophetic Foundations

Saturday, December 18th, 2010

As we enter a decade of enormous challenge, uncertainty and shaking, I am assured that the church stands in great need of prophetic and apostolic foundations with men of that calling giving directive voices. How many of us have recognized that we have come to the end of our charismatic, pentecostal and evangelical tethers? Do we have a sense that there is a further dimension which eclipses all that we have known and had hoped in, but we do not know how to identify, or even find it?

True and False Prophets

Friday, December 17th, 2010

I trust that you share with me the increasing sense of importance that this subject bears. Up until now, I have borne with some patience and even amusement the number of those who currently label themselves “prophetic” and the popularity that this calling now enjoys, which has been contrary to my own experience. It seemed another one of those “fads” that sooner or later would fade away.

Cautionary Thoughts on the Revival Phenomena

Friday, December 17th, 2010

I venture out with some trepidation to raise some questions about a “revival” phenomenon that is already perplexing many. Unlike such previous moves of God as the Welsh Revival, noted from its inception for its unmistakably holy character, the present revival generates mixed reports from unequivocal enthusiasm to those that are dubious, critical and utterly rejecting. Some suggest there is more than one stream with a fleshly counterfeit paralleling the God-given and authentic. Via video tape of the principal and evidently original stream, I have been able to observe things that I find entirely repugnant. Ministers of the word were ostensibly so drunk in the spirit that they were unable to be coherent, railing finally into a collapse from their stupor. I found this entirely unbecoming to the dignity of their professed call, and felt the preached word to he denigrated by joking references to the feeble results obtained by it in comparison to the results procured now by the experiences of the “power” to which they were testifying. In watching some helplessly convulsing in laughter, I sensed that they had been gripped by something beyond their control and was actually causing them a physical pain? Can those manifestations be described as “holy”? On the contrary, they appeared to be irreverent if not indeed demonic and hellish.

What ought we to be about in God in the Last Days?

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

There must be a cleaving to the prophetic word appropriate to the Last Days’ purposes of God. At its heart is Israel’s final redemption as obtained through a Church, alerted and prepared through such a word, for its own self-transfiguring and essential part in that restoration.

Sent from God

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

From Isaiah 6, Art shows that the prophetic word of judgment upon Israel still holds, and can only be alleviated by another prophetic word out of the mouths of those who have passed through Isaiah’s own seeing.

A Call to Apostolicity

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Point by point, Art examines the distinctives of apostolic reality, so painfully absent from the Church’s consideration, but needs once again to be restored, namely, an apprehension of spiritual reality as God sees it and knows it.

Who shall go for Us?

Friday, December 10th, 2010

Similar to K-361, Art outlines the conditions whereby God is released to utter His call that He may send a people into the earth for His Name.

Woe is me!

Friday, December 10th, 2010

Art shows that the cry of Isaiah needs also, in measure, to be our cry that we may be saved from our insipid and predictable Christianity.

The Apostolic Heart

Thursday, December 9th, 2010

Speaking out of an episode in the life of Paul, Art gives a glimpse into the apostolic mindset, pattern and glory at the heart of which is the cross of suffering.

Paul – Man of the Spirit

Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

From an episode in the life of the apostle Paul, Art shows what being led by the Spirit means in an obedient servant of God. A 1977 message.

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