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Aug
05
2013

The Password to God’s Heart

Written by: zachneese  |  Found in: family, worship  |  25 Comments »

Zach Neese We were sitting around the dinner table a few weeks ago, and my two-year-old leaned over with a real serious look on his face and asked, “You name is Zach?” “Yes, son,” I said, “but you call me Daddy.” He sat there for a second with his nose all scrunched up—thinking really hard. […]

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Jul
20
2013

Words Are Cheap

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Zach Neese   So if you faithfully obey the commands I am giving you today—to love the Lord your God and to serve him with all your heart and with all your soul—then I will send rain on your land in its season, both autumn and spring rains, so that you may gather in your […]

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Jul
01
2013

To Kiss a King

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Zach Neese   You gave Me no kiss, but this woman has not ceased to kiss My feet since the time I came in. You did not anoint My head with oil, but this woman has anointed My feet with fragrant oil. Therefore I say to you, her sins, which are many, are forgiven, for […]

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Jun
13
2013

The Perfect Worshipper?

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Zach Neese   There is a story in the Bible that moves me every time I read it. It moves me so much, I wrote a worship song about it called “Alabaster Jar,” and I believe it also gives us one of the most complete images of worship in the Bible.   Luke gives us […]

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May
22
2013

Show Me the Ring!

Written by: zachneese  |  Found in: General, worship  |  6 Comments »

Show Me the Ring! – An excerpt from How to Worship a King Zach Neese If worship is “ascribing worth to God,” then the price of our worship shows God and the world how much we value Him. Women typically understand this better than men. Take an engagement ring for example. How does a woman […]

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Mar
20
2013

The “Lesser I Am” – originally printed in Destiny in Bloom

Written by: zachneese  |  Found in: family, General, worship  |  10 Comments »

The Lesser “I Am” Learning to See My Wife (and Womanhood) Through God’s Eyes     Proverbs 30:18-19 (NKJV) There are three things which are too wonderful for me,
Yes, four which I do not understand: 19 The way of an eagle in the air,
 The way of a serpent on a rock,
 The way of a […]

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Nov
05
2012

The Last Prophetic Presidency Part 2: A Poverty of the Heart

Written by: zachneese  |  Found in: General  |  15 Comments »
Poor-in-bogota

I opened my last blog by saying our nation is walking a tightrope across Niagara Falls (with is actually an allusion to something Abraham Lincoln said during the Civil War). But the peril of tightrope walking is that you can fall to the right or the left. There are two ways to take the plunge. […]

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Nov
02
2012

The Last Prophetic Presidency?

Written by: zachneese  |  Found in: General  |  43 Comments »

The Last Prophetic Presidency? This week our country is not just at the ballot box, we are standing on a tightrope over Niagara Falls while the angels hold their breath and pray for us. I’ve been paying attention to two Biblical cultural thermometers: America’s attitude towards abortion and our attitude towards sexual sin, especially prostitution […]

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Oct
09
2012

Love Has Done It – Live Worship Video!

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Forever Yours Cover

Love Has Done It – Zach Neese and Gateway Worship   Check out the Live Worship Video of my song, Love Has done It, from the new Gateway Worship Release, Forever Yours.

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Sep
24
2012

Kiss You Bones Off!

Written by: zachneese  |  Found in: family, worship  |  27 Comments »
Baby Sam getting Daddy kisses

I love how God is always speaking to me and directing me through my kids. It’s like having living books of the Bible running around my living room: the books of Simeon, Judah, Charis, Maggie, Nora and Samuel. And if I pay attention, God is constantly using my children to remind me of His ways […]

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