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Joe and Carmen Batriz are consecrated and anointed servants of the Lord who have faithfully served in the healing and deliverance ministry together for the past 12 years. Carmen is also an intercessor who has been given prayer assignments from the Lord that has taken her and Joe across this nation on several occasions in 2020 & 2021. They are members of the ekklesia committed to fulfilling their God-ordained purposes in God's strategy for revival and restoration.
When Joe and Carmen are not traveling, they are hosting healing clinics, conducting training workshops, and are busy mentoring the next generation of ministry leaders.
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“...Open your eyes, look around. Look north, south, east, and west. Everything you see, the whole land spread out before you, I will give to you and your children forever. I’ll make your descendants like dust—counting your descendants will be as impossible as counting the dust of the Earth. So—on your feet, get moving! Walk through the country, its length, and breadth; I’m giving it all to you.”
Last year, in November 2020, God sent Carmen, Joe, and their dear friend Natalie Hamic, on a three-part prayer assignment. Part two began in Elizabeth, NJ, on the east coast and connected a total of nine (9) "Elizabeths" in the United States. These nine towns of "Elizabeth," when connected, form two Hebrew letters - Aleph and Lamed, in ancient Hebrew pictograph expression. These two letters spell the word "El" which means "God."
As we traveled from Elizabeth to Elizabeth from the east coast to the west, we experienced many encounters with God and wrestled with trying to fully comprehend the massive honor and privilege we had been given as the ones selected to brand His name on this nation.
Let there be no doubt that the United States of America is, by the declaration of the Almighty, "One Nation Under God."
Therefore, go forth in all confidence and be bold in your God-given assignment to advance the kingdom of heaven and "Let H.O.P.E. Arise."
2 Corinthians 10
3 For though we live in the world, we do not wage war as the world does. 4 The weapons we fight with are not the weapons of the world. On the contrary, they have divine power to demolish strongholds. 5 We demolish arguments and every pretension that sets itself up against the knowledge of God, and we take captive every thought to make it obedient to Christ. 6 And we will be ready to punish every act of disobedience, once your obedience is complete.
On 2/21/21, I heard the Lord say, "The devil's in the details." I had no idea what this meant, so I did some research.
Did you know that the original expression was, "God is in the details" and that its origin dates back to the 1800s? It wasn't until the 1960s that it changed to "The devil is in the details." The expressions have opposing connotations. In the original expression the idea was that a thing would be done in truth and with thoroughness. The latter, expression refers to a catch hidden in the unforeseen nature of unexamined details of a thing.
Jesus’ first teaching about the church in the Gospels is that “the gates of Hades (Hell) will not prevail against it” (Mt. 16:18)… The “gates of Hades” represents everything that resists God’s loving will for the earth. Whenever people believe lies, the church is to storm the gates of Hades by proclaiming truth. Whenever people are treated as worthless, the church is to break through the gates of Hades, proclaiming that God created all people to have infinite value. Whenever people are oppressed by poverty, the church is to proclaim and work for justice. Whenever people are physically afflicted, the church is to proclaim and practice healing. Whenever people are oppressed by demonic powers, the church is to proclaim and practice deliverance. Whenever people are separated by racism, the church is to work to manifest the one new humanity Jesus died to create (Eph. 2:14). All these evils constitute the “gates of Hades” the church must overthrow. By word and especially by deed, we are to express the truth that God is unsurpassable love, which he wants all to participate in. Greg Boyd, "Is God to Blame?"