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Pastors Jim and Marie Watt

Two Are Better Than One

(From: MATTHEW #15 - 9:35-10:5a)




Kai pe-riEgen ho IeSOUS tas POleis PAsas kai tas KOmas[2968],

And :Jesus went about all the cities and the villages,

diDAskon en tais su-na-goGAIS auTON, kai keRUSson [2784]to eu-agGEli-on [2098]tes ba-siLEIas [932],

teaching in their :synagogues, and preaching the gospel of the kingdom,

kai the-raPEUon [2323]PAsan NOson [3554]kai PAsan ma-laKIan [3119].

and healing every sickness and every infirmity.



I-DON de tous OCHlous, e-splagchNISthe[4697]peRI auTON,

But seeing the crowds, he was moved with pity for them,

HOti Esan e-skulMEnoi [1590]kai e-rimMEnoi [4496], hoSEI PROba-ta [4263]me Echon-ta poiMEna [4168].

because they were distressed and scattered, as if sheep having no shepherd.

b. 9:37 Then says he to his :disciples, The harvest indeed isplenteous, but the laborers arefew.

TOte LEgei tois ma-theTAIS auTOU, Ho men the-risMOS [2326]poLUS, hoi de erGAtai [2040]oLIgoi.

c. 9:38 Pray therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he send forth laborers into his :harvest.

deEthe-te [1189]oun tou KuRIou tou the-risMOU [2326], HOpos emBAleerGAtas eis ton the-risMON auTOU.


Kai pro-ska-leSAme-nos [4341] tous DOde-ka ma-theTAS auTOU,

And he called to him his twelve :disciples,

Edo-ken auTOIS e-xouSIan [1849]pneuMAton a-kaTHARton [169],

andgave them authority over unclean spirits,

HOste ekBALlein [1544]auTA, kai the-roPEUein [2323]PAsan NOson [3554]kai PAsan ma-laKIan [3119].

so as to cast them out, and to heal every sickness and every infirmity.


Ton de DOde-ka a-poSTOlon [652]ta oNOmaTA estin TAUta:

Now the names of the twelve apostles are these:

PROtos, SImon, ho leGOme-nos PEtros, kai AnDREas ho a-delPHOS auTOU;

Thefirst, Simon, :called Peter, and Andrew his :brother;

kai IAko-bos ho tou Ze-beDAIou, kai IoAnes ho a-delPHOS auTOU;

and James the son of :Zebedee, and John his :brother;

PHIlip-pos, kai Bar-tho-loMAIos; ThoMAS, kai MathTHAIos ho teLOnes [5057];

3Philip, and Bartholomew; Thomas, and Matthew the publican;

IAko-bos ho tou AlPHAIou, kai ThadDAIos;

James the sonof :Alphaeus, and Thaddaeus;

SImon ho Ka-naNAIos, kai IOUdas ho I-ska-riOtes, ho kai pa-raDOUS [3860] auTON.

4Simon the Cananaean, and Judas :Iscariot, who also delivered him up.


TOUtous tous DOde-ka aPEstei-len [649]ho IeSOUS, pa-ragGEIlas [3853]auTOIS, LEgon,

These :twelve :Jesus sent forth, and charged them, saying,

NOTE: 9:36-10:1 - In Hebrew thought, human emotions are linked with body parts. Deep feelings of pity and compassion are linked with the intestines (e-splagchNISthe). This is easy to see. When we see an animal being hit and wounded by a car on a road, many people feel an inner pain of hurt or pity. This is what Jesus as Son of man felt for the shepherdless people of His day.

Notice next that He immediately offered a practical solution. To His disciples He said, Pray the Lord of the harvest, that he send forth laborers into his harvest. Straightway He commissioned His 12 disciples with authorityto do the same miraculous ministry of healing and casting out demons that He did. As wepray to the Father in Jesus' Name - Hewill raise up leaders like the apostle Paul in these last days!

Judas too received authority in this way, but it did notguarantee his salvation. Instead, he fits into the passage in Matthew 7:15-23 of false prophets, who felt because they prophesied in Jesus' name, cast out demons and in His Name did many mighty works, that He would surely receive them! But He called them workers of lawlessness, of whom Judas was one, and some of the professing evangelists of our day.

Be not deceived - all that glitters is notgold; and all professing Christians will not make heaven's pearly gates. Weoften lower the bars of the Kingdom of heaven to encourage goats in. But God's Kingdom rules refusethe goats, and only receive true sheep. Jesus advised us to make our calling and election sure. We should notjust hope so - we should press in until we know so! He who endures to the endshall be saved - Jesus' words! J.A.W.


WARFARE BY HONOR” - A Protocol Handbook

by Qaumaniq and Suuquiina

The power of protocol has not been lost so much as it has been ignored. Protocol is not simply etiquette or manners - it is doing what is right between people. It is about honor, dignity, place, space, history, achievement, wisdom and caring. By choosing the path of honor, we are actually engaging in warfare by honorand are restoring the power that true protocol has.

An Episcopal priest used protocol to honor a local Jewish congregation.

It resulted in a new relationship between that congregation and church.

They remain in a vibrantly increasing relationship today.

A Messianic Rabbi used protocol to honor two provincial mayors in Malawi, Africa.

They both said this had never been done before.

The mayors opened doors for the rabbi and his congregation all over their provinces.

A Canadian Grand-Chief led 96 First Nations people to the Knesset in Israel

and used protocol to honor President Avrim Berg.

He gave them his blessing and protection,

and imparted authority to them to “do in Israel what you came here to do.”

This is the power of protocol. Within these pages you will learn the many aspects of protocol. You will learn about honor and how to practice showing it to others. So prepare to be both challenged and encouraged through one of the most important books you will read this year - Warfare by Honor.

Suuqiina and Qaumaniqtravel across North America and internationally conducting Protocol and Healing the Land seminars. As equal partners in this ministry, it is their calling as believers to stand for justice and release believers from the effects of oppression. They model through their partnership in ministry, oneness and equality between the genders. Suuqiina and Qaumaniq serve as directors of “Indigenous Messengers International”, a restoration ministry. They also serve as the North American Representatives for Emmaus Way, a Messianic ministry in Tel Aviv, Israel, and are founding members of The Indigenous Christian Association. They reside in Alaska and California and have 4 children, 18 grandchildren and one great grandchild.

In July 1stof 1995 at Whistler, British Columbia, Canada

37 countries came for “The Gathering of the Nations”.

Here I saw my first example of Protocol.

Freda Cooper, granddaughter of a Coast Salish Chiefton

led some 20 tribes of the First Nations People in a vertical restoration relationship with God.

But first she welcomed some 2000 of us to their land in a Protocol Ceremony.

Then representatives from Great Britain, the United States and Canada

knelt and apologized and asked forgiveness from these 20 nations

for the way our countries had treated the aboriginal peoples.

David Mainse of 100 Huntley Street said

it was the outstanding day of his life in which he witnessed Protocol enacted.

Then in August of 2009 I was keynote speaker in Vancouver, Washington

for 90 representatives of the 4 major cities of Cascadia , the Pacific NW -

Vancouver/Portland, Seattle/Tacoma, Vancouver, BC/Victoria, and Spokane.

In a Protocol ceremony, a representative of the First Nations People

welcomed us to the land, and gave me as the keynote speaker

an Indian necklace, plus a book by Richard Twiss.

Thirdly I was invited to a meeting in Tacoma with speaker Suuqiina.

As an elder, he gave me Protocol honor for the work I am doing,

which both surprised me, yet honored me in an unexpected way. - Jim Watt

You can obtain “Warfare by Honor” through

Indigenous Messengers Intl., P.O. Box 1088, Victorville, CA 92393

Tel: 615-424-7948 - Email: ndigenus@cs.com

They also have a DVD entitled “Ten Native Values”.

In their book these are listed under Alaska Native-Ways of Honor

Show Respect to Others

See Connections - All Things Are Related

Honor Your Elders- They Show You the Way of Life

Accept What Life Brings- You Cannot Control Many Things

Have Patience - Some Things Cannot Be Rushed

Pray For Guidance - Many Things Are Not Known

Live Carefully- What You Do Will Come Back To You

Take Care Of Others - You Cannot Live Without Them

Share What You Have - Giving Makes You Richer

Know Who You Are- You Are a Reflection of Your Family

“One Church Many Tribes” by Richard Twiss is complementary to the above book, and is the second book I recommend for this decade. Phone 360-546-1867

Wiconi Int'l, 13000 NE 66thAve., Vancouver WA 98686, Email: <office@wiconi.com>