Jeremiah Johnson Quotes

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Now is the time to take a stand and speak truth. Love confronts and love speaks the truth. Do not be afraid.
Jeremiah Johnson (Trump, 2019, and Beyond)
The true foundation of everything truly “prophetic” is the Character and Nature of God.
Jeremiah Johnson (I See A New Prophetic Generation)
True prophetic people, as well as real disciples in any positions of leadership, choose to seek intimacy with our Lord, not in order to produce supernatural displays and experiences, but in order to be transformed into the image of the One who gave all to unite us with Himself.
Jeremiah Johnson (I See A New Prophetic Generation)
One person can make a difference. A huge difference. Consider what a solitary individual may accomplish: In 1645 one vote gave Oliver Cromwell control of England. In 1649 one vote cost Charles I of England his life, causing him to be executed. In 1776 one vote gave America the English language instead of the German language. In 1839 one vote elected Mark Morgan governor of Massachusetts. In 1845 one vote brought Texas into the Union. In 1868 one vote saved President Johnson from impeachment. In 1875 one vote changed France from a monarchy to a republic. In 1876 one vote gave Rutherford B. Hayes the United States presidency. In 1923 one vote gave Adolf Hitler control of the Nazi party. In 1941 one vote saved the Selective Service Agency just
David Jeremiah (Hopeful Parenting: Encouragement for Raising Kids Who Love God)
Those men aren’t fucking men. They’re pansy-ass rich boys who think they own the fucking world. They wouldn’t know a real Dom from their asshole on their best day.
Sai Marie Johnson (Simply Rouge (The Scarlet Erotique Series, #2))
The bastards who dommed you before needed rope, and duct tape. All I need is a firm grip in your hair, my lips this close to your throat, and the sting of my palm across your ass. That’s the difference, Precious.
Sai Marie Johnson (Simply Rouge (The Scarlet Erotique Series, #2))
Jeremiah was the first to perceive the possibility that powerlessness and goodness were somehow linked, and that alien rule could be preferable to self-rule. He comes close to the notion that the state itself was inherently evil.
Paul Johnson (History of the Jews)
Chapter 1 Prayer Points Pray for President Trump to walk humbly. Pray Proverbs 16:7, Psalm 25:9, Micah 6:8, Colossians 3:12-13, and James 4:10 over him. Pray for godly counsel to be released to President Trump and received by him. Pray Proverbs 19:20-21 over him. A Shocking Visit to the White House In a prophetic dream in early February of 2019, I arrived at the White House in a white limousine.
Jeremiah Johnson (Trump and the Future of America)
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Jeremiah Johnson (Trump and the Future of America)
Trump to thank Root for making highly questionable—bordering on blasphemous—comments, asserting that the American president is like “the king of Israel” and the “second coming of God,” should concern earnest Jews and Christians alike. Could this be a prophetic sign to the intercessors and watchmen, directing us to once again make the pride and arrogance of President Donald Trump a focus of our prayers? And is God orchestrating events
Jeremiah Johnson (Trump and the Future of America)
The Shallow Faith of the Founding Fathers The founding fathers were politicians and philosophers, churchmen and doubters. They were well acquainted with history, theology,
Jeremiah Johnson (Trump and the Future of America)
Revelation 19:10 states, “the spirit of prophecy is the testimony of Jesus.
Jeremiah Johnson (I See A New Prophetic Generation)
They live in a little place without electricity. He hauls water and cuts wood for the stove. They raise pigs, milk cows, and make their own butter and bacon. They have a big garden in the summer. Sherri makes horse saddles. Preferring to live like Jeremiah Johnson instead of Tim Allen, they shun the new Wal-Mart down in Silver City and weave their own clothes. They live off game, beef, and canned vegetables. Their grocery bill for an entire year, Laney says after warming up to me, is just over a thousand dollars.
Timothy Egan (Lasso the Wind: Away to the New West)
On the working-class, multiethnic Upper West Side alone, Moses bulldozed two stable communities of color. One, along West 98th and 99th Streets, he destroyed as a gift to the builders of a market-rate development called Manhattantown (now Park West Village). At a reunion in 2011, a former resident told the Times, “It was a great neighborhood to live in. I remember playing jacks, eating Icees, playing stickball and dodge ball, jumping double Dutch and when it got really hot out they would open up the fire hydrants.” Said another, “It wasn’t a slum; why tear it down?” The other neighborhood was San Juan Hill, destroyed to make way for Lincoln Center. An African-American and Latino working-class community, San Juan Hill was full of theaters, dance halls, and jazz clubs. In the early 1900s, it was the center of black cultural life in Manhattan, where James P. Johnson wrote the song “The Charleston,” inspired by southern black dockworkers on the Hudson River. Still, it was branded as “blight.” While they fought the city in court, 7,000 families and 800 small businesses were removed and scattered.
Jeremiah Moss (Vanishing New York: How a Great City Lost Its Soul)
A Pentagon investigation found that the team of mostly Green Berets was scheduled to meet with local leaders, but had to change their mission after a drone spotted an Islamic State potentate. Their captain, the target of blame from a Pentagon report that the soldiers’ relatives denounced as a whitewash, expressly warned his superior officer that the unit was neither equipped nor informed enough to execute the raid. More than a hundred militants opened fire on Operational Detachment-Alpha Team 3212. Air support and evacuation did not arrive for four hours, by which time Sergeant First Class Jeremiah W. Johnson, Staff Sergeant Bryan C. Black, and Staff Sergeant Dustin M. Wright were dead. Sergeant La David Johnson was missing, and his body would not be recovered for two days. Less than two weeks later Trump called Johnson’s grieving widow. Myeshia Johnson was with her mother and a family friend, Miami congresswoman Frederica Wilson, who paraphrased Trump as saying that Johnson—whose name Trump evidently didn’t remember—must have known what he had signed up for.
Spencer Ackerman (Reign of Terror: How the 9/11 Era Destabilized America and Produced Trump)
The global body of Christ is not being trained, equipped, and reaching the fullness of the knowledge of the Son of God because they are only being exposed to the ministry of one man on a consistent basis.
Jeremiah Johnson (I See A New Apostolic Generation)