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About williamrporter

William is married with two children. He helps lead a house of prayer in the Midlands of the UK. William loves God and counts photography, music and walking as hobbies. Living life to the full amongst good friends and family are some of the precious gifts of his life.

YouVersion bible devotionals on living in the End Times

I am very grateful to my publishers Authentic Media for offering me the opportunity to write a short devotional series for the YouVersion bible app. The YouVersion bible app is being used by many Christians as a help and inspiration, … Continue reading

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What is God doing in the midst of international conflict and turmoil?

We are all watching the scenes of the conflict in Ukraine with a mix of disbelief and dread. It is hard to tear our eyes away from the images of fleeing refugees and shelled cities. Lots of christians are posting … Continue reading

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Is it time to read the book of Revelation?

If you are thinking about reading the bible in some focused way this year, I would like to encourage you to read the book of Revelation in 2022. Why? Because God has given us this last book in the bible … Continue reading

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New opportunities from my book project this year.

I wrote my book on the End Times, entitled ‘The Forerunner Cry’ back in 2019. For the following ten months I had some great opportunities to share at conferences and events and in media interviews. The last ‘in person’ event … Continue reading

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Being pulled into a dry dock place

A second lockdown; we are all feeling it, the pain, restriction, worry, strain, uncertainty. I have not posted here these last six months. Not that I haven’t had anything to say into this situation, but there has been so much … Continue reading

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Easter resurrection encouragement – Jesus our first fruits

This weekend I am struck by one passage in the bible I have been reading around the Easter truth of the resurrection of Jesus. It is from 1 Corinthians 15: ‘But Christ has indeed been raised from the dead, the … Continue reading

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What a mess this tide is making! – Easter reflection on this crisis season

I have holidayed on the island of Jersey in summer, for more years than I can remember. First as a boy growing up, and now with my family and all our extended families. We have gone back to the same … Continue reading

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Bible encouragement in shaking times

In my last blog I focused on how we are held securely by God even when walking the scary high ropes courses of life. I have been thinking more about how our faith can grow in times of shaking that … Continue reading

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Harnessed on the high ropes course of life

One of the crazy activities offered to teenagers these days is to go on a high ropes activity course in one of myriad outward bounds centres. Parents pay to view the entertainment and watch their darling ones get harnessed up … Continue reading

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Joel chapter 2 – a ‘mountain peak’ prophecy

There are some prophetic passages in the bible which have the power to stir faith and prayer, and the long lasting impact to touch every generation of God’s people. God speaks words of promise and challenge that resonate deeply and … Continue reading

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