Asher writes, "I believe God is offering a “double” prophetic anointing to enable us to speak of God’s destiny for Israel, the Church and the Nations in these end times."
Asher writes, "Why would the New Covenant choose immersion in water as its declaration of faith? In God’s eyes, the exodus from Egypt and the resurrection of the Messiah are one and the same event."
Asher writes, "Three times in the book of Revelation it is stated that heavenly Jerusalem descends from heaven. To the faithful at the church in Philadelphia, identified as a great example of a church, God promised..."
Asher writes, "One of the greatest victories of Moses was the crossing of the Red Sea. It was a situation that involved intense pressure and a possible disaster."
Asher writes, "There is a big difference between our purity and His power. We are to be concerned about our purity. We don’t have to worry about God’s power."
Asher writes, "Here are three significant prophecies of the outpouring of the Holy Spirit in the end times. Two have to do with revival, one with judgment."
Asher writes, "All in all the effect of such a refined speech, based on strongly evangelical values, supportive of Israel from a biblical world-view, spoken before Jewish Knesset members, represents a level of friendship and witness never been seen before, as this nation reaches its 70th year."
Asher writes, "So which is it? Revival or persecution? Victory or tribulation? The answer of course is “both.” There is revival in the midst of persecution; victory in the midst of tribulation."