From Barrenness to Blessedness

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Dr. Brown interviews two of his ministry team members who joined him in India, Randy and Andrea Sersen, as they share their journey through barrenness, four miscarriages, and a healthy son. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.

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Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Our God is utterly faithful! A God who brings beauty and blessing and bounty out of bareness!


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  1. Listening to this was so uplifting. i could hear in your voice the spiritual quest you had just experienced. The best of what God has for you, is yet to come.

  2. God did signs for the jews now signs are not fore the gentiles. Dreams were back in bible days not now. We need not to add to the scriptures

  3. Sean, you need to rethink your position, since it is not biblical. 1) The Word of God tells us plainly that dreams and visions are for the entire period of the last days (see Acts 2 and Peter’s quotation of Joel). 2) Receiving a dream from God is not adding to the Bible. 3) God performed signs for the Gentiles throughout Acts and through the ministry of Paul to the Gentiles, and 1 Corinthians 1 indicates the gifts will continue until Jesus returns.

    I believe what the Scriptures say. I hope you will too!

  4. Sean,

    I will have to agree with Dr. Brown on this point.

    The scriptures have finished being written, but the substance of what is written is still unfolding as we approach the end of this present age. So in point of fact, we are still living in, “Bible days,” because all that the scriptures speak of have yet to come to pass. We still await God’s promise in scripture that Jesus will come back. We still look for a city where righteousness dwells, and the law of the Lord is going out from His throne in Zion. Until all of Biblical prophecy becomes Biblical history, then we can say with certainty that we’re still living in, “Bible days,” as you put it.

    No, we’re not adding to the scriptures. It is the other way around — through the scriptures God has added to us.

    Oh the depth of the wealth of both the knowledge and wisdom of God, who has made us partakers of the Divine nature and has given us great and precious promises through which we may escape the corruption that is in the world through lust.

    Besides, Andrea did not author the dreams she had, and certainly does not have the power to bring them to pass. Furthermore, the fruit of the dreams’ fulfillments have been life and blessing, resulting in testimonies of God’s greatness and faithfulness. Doubtlessly the fruit of these things come from God the Father, the only life-giver.

    In a life of gratitude for His great goodness, we will not only have lifein the Spirit, but will walk in His Spirit as well.

  5. I have a question, please.

    Being a mesianic, I was told by a jew that the prophecy told by Peter in Acts chapter 2, do not fit with prophecy from Joel chapter 2 !!!

    He said the prophecy which is refering to, from Joel chapter 2, refers to the future times, after the jews will be saved by Elohim from the gratest army who ever existed and who will come against them, from the far north.

    Thanks in advance for the answer.

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