Morning Rundown: Fresh Oil, Holy Fire, New Wind: A Prophetic Word for 2024

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Fresh Oil, Holy Fire, New Wind: A Prophetic Word for 2024

Joining Charisma News for an exclusive interview, Pastor Samuel Rodriguez, president of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, brings forth a powerful prophetic word for 2024. He shares the importance of fresh oil, holy fire and new wind in the coming year that the Lord has put on his heart.

Fresh Oil

The first element of this prophetic word is fresh oil, which represents a new anointing. Rodriguez reminds us that we have already received the Holy Spirit (1 John 2:27), but God is about to do something new in us, with us, for us and through us to fulfill the Great Commission and advance the kingdom of heaven. This fresh oil is a call to renew our commitment to serve God and bring down the giants in our lives, just as David did.

“I’m not saying God’s going to give you a new Holy Spirit. What I am saying is that the Holy Spirit is about to do something new, in us with us, for us, through us for the glory of Jesus,” Rodriguez explains.

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Why the 2023 Word of the Year Is More Meaningful Than You Might Think

2023 has been a year full of ups and downs, but one of the more unexpected events from this year is that the word “rizz” was chosen as the word of the year by the Oxford University Press.

While rizz is used largely by Gen Z as a slang for having “style, charm, or, attractiveness, and the ability to attract a romantic or sexual partner,” as the BBC reported, it is the root of this word that has true meaning.

Rizz ultimately comes from the word “charisma.”

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Faith Obscured: What This 28-Year-Old, Jewish MIT Grad Thought Being a Christian Meant

This story might seem hard to believe for some, but I heard it firsthand from a good Christian friend, whom we’ll call Sam. And upon reflection, it’s not far-fetched at all.

Sam’s daughter is dating a 28-year-old Jewish man, a graduate of Tufts and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Shortly before Christmas, Sam, who has been a pastor and served in various ministry capacities over the years, had an opportunity to talk with this young man about the gospel.

To Sam’s shock, he learned that, not only did this well-educated Jewish man have no understanding of the gospel message, but he also had a deeply flawed view of what it meant to be a Christian.

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