Carl John Fechner
Carl is a follower of Jesus Christ. Author of the Growing Deep and Strong Series. Founder of Internet Secrets Made Easy. His life passion is to be a catalyst and facilitator in developing people who will become leaders and disciplers of others.



HOLY SPIRIT IS OUR HELPERIn the ®Growing Deep and Strong Series, we teach disciples of Jesus Christ about Holy Spirit and how Holy Spirit is our Helper.

This article is the introduction of who Holy Spirit is, He is our Helper and the most misunderstood Person of the Godhead.

In this five-part series,
I want to remove the myths and mystics about Holy Spirit and discuss,

  • Holy Spirit is our Helper,
  • Holy Spirit’s activity in Old Testament times,
  • How He inspired the human writers of the Bible,
  • How Holy Spirit was involved in the life of Jesus,
  • How He transformed the disciples and empowered them, ✓ Holy Spirit as a Person, and what that means,
  • And how He works in our lives today.


HOLY SPIRIT IS OUR HELPERIn John 16:5-7 & 13 we read how Jesus told His disciples that when He went away, He would send Holy Spirit to be with them and in them forever.

This is what He said to His disciples.

Verse 5 But now I am going away to the one who sent me, and none of you has asked me where I am going. 6 Instead, you are very sad. 7 But it is actually best for you that I go away, because if I don’t, the Counselor won’t come. If I do go away, he will come because I will send him to you.

In verse 13 he continues by saying,

13 When the Spirit of truth comes, he will guide you into all truth. He will not be presenting his own ideas; he will be telling you what he has heard. He will tell you about the future. TPT

Jesus had to leave the disciples physically so that Holy Spirit could come and be everywhere at once. Being present with them on earth, Jesus was limited to one place at one time. That is why it was to their advantage that He go away.

But when Holy Spirit came, He could be in all disciples everywhere at once, and He would guide them into all truth.

HOLY SPIRIT IS OUR HELPERIn the NKJV, the term “Counselor” is “Helper” and the Greek definition in the Strong’s Concordance explains,

helper, parakletos (par-ak-lay-toss); Strong’s #3875: From para “beside,” and kaleo “to call,” hence, called to one’s side. The word signifies an intercessor, comforter, helper, advocate, counselor. In nonbiblical literature, parakletos had the technical meaning of an attorney who appears in court in another’s behalf. The Holy Spirit leads believers to a greater apprehension of gospel truths. In addition to general help and guidance, He gives the strength to endure the hostility of the world system.

In John 14:16, Jesus Said,

Verse 16 “And I will pray the Father, and a He will *give you another Helper, *that He may abide with you forever—

In the NKJV, the term “another” definition in the Strong’s Concordance explains

another, allos (al-loss); Strong’s #243: One besides, another of the same kind. The word shows similarities but diversities of operation and ministries.

Jesus’ use of allos for sending another Comforter equals “one besides Me and in addition to Me but one just like Me. He will do in My absence what I would do if I were physically present with you.” The Spirit’s coming assures continuity with what Jesus did and taught

HOLY SPIRIT IS OUR HELPERJohn 14:16,17 in The Passion Translation explains what Jesus said.

“And I will ask the Father and he will give you another Savior, the Holy Spirit of Truth, who will be to you a friend just like me—and he will never leave you. The world won’t receive him because they can’t see him or know him. But you will know him intimately, because he will make his home in you and will live inside you.” NTL

Wow, read that again! Jesus said, “He will make His home in you and will live inside you.”

As a Born Again believer of Jesus Christ, Jesus said He would ask the Father to gift us the Holy Spirit who be our (best) friend, He won’t abandon us, we will know him intimately, He will make his home in us and live inside us!
What a great promise and gift.

In part two of this five-part series,
I will reveal some of Holy Spirit’s activity in the Old Testament

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Power of Unforgiveness

Power of Unforgiveness

Power of Unforgiveness

Power of Unforgiveness

Forgiveness, it is pretty important topic to walk through. To live a full life and not what we hear from people saying, I will never forgive or some other people will say, I will forgive, but all of us have experienced things in life that have been absolutely atrocious. Things that should never have happened to us, and when you really understand the two kings of the two kingdoms, which is another topic that I will talk about, is that, bad stuffs is happening to us, and it comes out from the kingdom darkness, that it does not come out from the kingdom of life, because God is a God of love!

Let’s talk about, “What will happen when something really bad will happen to us, some of the stuffs that happened to us, always afflicted us from the kingdom of darkness, and that is really quite evil. It is important to understand how we are dealing with that. I want to talk about a bible verse or what Jesus said about unforgiveness.

Peter came to him and asked the Lord, “how often should I forgive someone who sins against me seven times”, and Jesus replied “no not seven times but seventy times seven”. Therefore the kingdom of heaven can be compared to a king, who decided to bring his accounts up to date with his servants who borrowed money from him. What this parable that Jesus was speaking was a long-winded story, and I want to read the whole story for you to grasp the implications about what will happen when you don’t forgive someone, it continues.

In the process, one of his debtors that had been brought to him, who owned him millions of dollars that he couldn’t pay, his master ordered that he’d be sold along with his wife, his children and everything he owned to pay the debt, but the man fell down before his master and begged him, please be patient with me and I will pay at all now, like it’s million of dollars he’s got no chance of paying it back.

Then his master was filled with pity for him, and he released him, and he forgave his debt, and that’s important to understand, even though the debt was impossible to pay, he forgave him and released him of the debt. But when the man left the king, he went to a fellow servant who owned him a few thousand dollars, which was easily payable, and he grabbed him by the throat and demanded instant payment, but his fellow servant fell down and begged for a little bit more time, be patient with me and I will pay it, he pleaded, but his creditor who was the guy that was, you know forgiven for millions wouldn’t wait he had the man arrested and put in prison until a debt could be paid in full.

He didn’t even wait for him like he’d been forgiven millions and millions of dollars that was impossible this poor guy could pay it back, and he wouldn’t even allow it to do. When some of the other servants saw this, they were very upset they went to the king and told him everything that had happened, and then the king called the man he had forgiven and said, “you evil servant, I forgave you that tremendous debt because you pleaded with me, shouldn’t you have mercy on your fellow servant just as I have mercy on you”. Then the angry king sent the man to prison to be tortured until he had paid his entire debt, and that’s what my heavenly father will do to you if you refuse to forgive your brothers and sisters from your heart now, this is in Matthew and its Matthew 21 to 36. Its Matthew 18 verses 21 to 35.

I just want to, that was new living translation I just want to read this out of the new King James version, and when I read this the first time man, its just the holy spirit just convicted me of the seriousness of unforgiveness, and I knew that even though some really bad stuff had happened in my life I had to forgive the other person.

So he’s now before the king and it says this and he was master was angry. And dill and this is the king and delivered him to the tortures and truly should pay all that was due to him, and then as the paints lie, so my heavenly father will also do to you if each of you from his heart does not forgive his trespasses.

In other words its important to understand that God is a God of love, but he’s also a righteous God, and a righteous judge, so what’s happening, you need to understand the spiritual realm that when you choose not to forgive now. I’m not saying that the perpetrator that, what did something bad to you gets off scot-free, that’s his issue with God, this is your relationship with God and how to stay pure in your heart.

Because what happens if you hold old unforgiveness in the spiritual realm, the enemy will take it into the courts of heaven and say to God look I’ve got a legal right to come against this person because they’re holding unforgiveness, and God is a God of righteousness, and a God a righteous judge, and he has no choice but to hand you over to the tormentors. Now that’s a fairly serious thing, and some people they just might not be able to get the head around it, but you need to understand God, and the courts of heaven and how it operates, and how judgement come and etc.

Regardless of what’s happening in your life, regardless of what happened, no matter how bad the thing is, that’s happened to you, and as I said I’m not excusing the perpetrator the important thing for your well-being, is to choose to forgive the other person. Now sometimes that is so hard to do, that you actually have to say, I choose to forgive even though in your head you’re saying it, but in your heart you know it’s like, it’s you’re going I’ll never forgive him or whatever, but trust me, I’ve seen this in many encounter weekends deliverance, where we’ve walked through and dealt with the spirit of unforgiveness of how people go through this.

They repent of it and they say I choose to, and then later on, the emotions and everything else catch up with that for to do it, but the important part is to understand if you choose not to forgive, God has no choice but to hand you over to the tormentors. And even for a non-believer, this principle is a spiritual principle whether you believe in God, whether you believe in Jesus or not, this is a spiritual law that applies, and I’m sure that depends on your age, or whatever but I’m sure that you’ve seen people on TV will go.

I’ll never forgive or you’ve seen someone or you might be in your circle thoughts, I’ll never forgive you know, and they just keep you know, they’re just so bent out of shape, and what it does, it eats into their soul because they don’t realize that in the spiritual realm, the enemy, the kingdom of darkness, the devil demons are attacking their soul.

Yet you’ll see other people Cory Benton, if you know her story, is and just look it up Cory Benton was a Jew that was in prison. But she chose to forgive the people, and you just saw the absolute peace in the heart. I’ve seen it plenty of times where people they’re not necessarily followers of Jesus, but they’ve chosen to forgive and you can just see a peace in their heart because they’re operating in spiritual principles. Now we talk through this in the growing deep strong series, and get away website, we deal with the spirit of unforgiveness because there is a spirit of unforgiveness, we deal with that in the encounter weekend and help people get set free of that.

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He Will Keep You in Perfect Peace

He Will Keep You in Perfect Peace

Perfect PeaceThis is how you keep perfect peace in these times, now I don’t know where you’re at the moment but I know that at the moment I’m really taking  a faith step that is quite significant and its really like a big faith step, and this verse is just an appropriate. Isn’t God good in what he does and he knows our needs and you know if you spend time in prayer with him you will hear and he will speak to you through his spirit the holy spirit, and this is what Isaiah 26:3 says, and I’m reading out of the new king James spiritual life bible it is just a fantastic bible with all its notes so here it is and its actually three and four. “You will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you because he trusts in you trust in the Lord forever for in yah the Lord is everlasting strength”. You will keep him that’s you me, you will keep us in perfect peace when our mind stayed on you, because we trust in you trust in the Lord forever for in yah the lord is everlasting strength.


In the footnotes in this in 26:3 perfect peace is expressed in Hebrew by shalom, shalom a Hebrew method of putting great emphasis on a word. You will keep him in everything in the word shalom implies health, happiness, well-being, peace the word translated mind is not the usual Hebrew word, but rather a word meaning creative imagination, Azai’s thought Is that he whose creative imagination the seat of plans and ideas is firmly founded on the eternal lord will enjoy shalom in all its implications. So, in the translation here our mind creative imagination is stayed on God and his promises regardless of what is happening in the environment around us.Perfect Peace

So, if we stay focuses on him in our creative imagination and not allow the enemy to come in, that means he will keep us in prefect peace and perfect means can be good or bad sense, so the mind can run to the negative without being fixed on God. But what God is saying here and by his spirit and his word your God will keep you in perfect peace when your mind is stayed on him because he trusts in you and that means you trust in him. So, shalom is a complete welfare, safe, whole health, tranquil, prosperity, rest, harmony a complete absence of agitation or discourse.

The interesting thing for me in my face step is that in heaven everyone’s got a book in heaven of what God’s dream and plans for him and over my lifetime and my walk with God I’ve had heaps of people prophesy the destiny in the plan that God has for us, it’s his dream and he’s got one for you to written in the book of heaven for you as well. He got an amazing amount of prophecies over my life, and its interesting in your journey God brings people across your path to help you one of the people prophetic people that really helped me was a guy called Graham Cooke and that’s Graham H with a H and an E on the end and cook with an E on the end as well Graham Cooke an amazing man of God and got a great prophetic ministry, but what he did is I went to I sensed well karen and  I sense that the holy spirit told us to go to one of his conferences and when we went there, there was one there was much we go out of it but this one thing we got out of it which I want to share with you is this, when you receive a prophecy over your life it’s basically what God’s dream and plan is for you.

Perfect Peace

So, all of these things in here our God’s dream and planned for Carl John Fechner me right so this is but this is how he said Graham Cooke said “how you can translate that prophecy” and it says when God gets prophecy over Graham Cooke says “this is who I’ve become God is open his heart to me this is his promise to me I don’t have to ask, he’s given me permission but claim it, decree it, declare it and thank him I have permission from him” so I’ve already personalized that so I just want to read that to you again. This is who I’ve become God has open his heart to me this is his promise to me I don’t have to ask or beg him because he’s given me permission so my duty is to proclaim it, decree it, declare it and thank him because I have permission for him. So, all of these prophecies I’d condensed down to little short paragraphs and I personalized them so that they have already happened because that’s in God’s eyes the dreams that are destined in the plans that he has for us they’re already done in his world already done it’s just us in our fallen humanity that we go to a negative place and you know don’t see it or the devil whispers in their ear or that’ll never happen for you and all the other nonsense.

But how you overcome that is just what he’s saying in the desire 26:3 here, and so you will keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on you because he trusts in you, so what that so that’s just amazing  you know with that promise there you will keep him God will keep me in perfect peace as my mind stays on him because I trust in him I trust in him that this will come to pass and I have been saying this for months and most of it has been intellectual ascent that hasn’t been able to go  from here to here but I can assure you in the last I don’t know period of time six months it might even be less I know that is what God is saying to me and some of that is because I’m spending a lot if time in prayer with him I’m not saying I’m a hero with that that’s just God wants us to do I want to get the mind of God through this and the holy spirit is speaking to me through these and proclaiming it, so in this in my own my heart this has come to where probably 99% of this I’ve now accepted in my heart this is the reality of it doesn’t  change that doesn’t change the fact that there’s face steps that I’m actually walking through now to be able to complete that but how good is God that when I go to look at this word this morning and that the verse though he told me to look up as for another story but my bible falls home to this page so my faith is being tested in a particular area in my life he says this first to me he is such a good guy so I encounter trust that that’s encouraging to.

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We are all called to equip and disciple others

We are all called to equip and disciple others

We are all called to equip and disciple others

calledIn the book of Matthew chapter 28:verses 18-20 it says,

He didn’t tell his disciple just to evangelise, create converts and then leave the new believers to sort themselves out and grow all by themselves. He delegated His authority to them to go and make disciples. Your role in making disciples is more than just bringing people to new spiritual birth. It means you have others following you and mentoring the new disciples on a continuing basis.

The original word that Jesus used here means to have someone following you as a disciple, or someone who is like an apprentice, hearing and following the discipler’s teaching and training. Notice also that Jesus was commanding something practical—the new disciples had to take heed to and obey everything that He had commanded them. And Jesus assured them of His continuing presence with them as they did that.

The disciples of Jesus took Him at His word.

disciplesOn that great Day of Pentecost, 3000 people turned to the Lord Jesus Christ. So all the disciples of Jesus taught these new believers what it meant to be a disciple of Jesus, too. And then they saw to it that it was worked out in their daily lives, as the rest of Acts 2 shows.

The book of Acts chapter 2: verse42 says,

There were so many people who had believed on Jesus Christ on the Day of Pentecost that all of the 120 disciples who had gathered in the upper room had to become spiritual parents. The new believers needed to be cared for, whether Jesus’ disciples were ready or not! There is little doubt that they did not feel ready to be spiritual parents. So they had to learn on the job. And learn they did, as the rest of the book of Acts records.

You may not feel ready, either. But, just as God was with them and people were being added to the Lord daily, you can be assured that He is with you as you care for new disciples. You will find that God will give you an increase in parental capacity. The more you care for them and nurture them, the more He is adding strength and wisdom to you. Trust Him to give you everything you need to be good spiritual parents. He won’t let you down!

Equipping the Saints

Equipping the SaintsIn the book of Ephesians chapter 4, Paul makes it clear that the believers are the ones who do the ministry, not the apostles, the prophets, or the others in leadership. They are the equippers, or trainers. That is what we are doing for you, particularly in Module 4, called “Discipling Others” of the Growing Deep and Strong® series, equipping you so that you can mentor others.

In the book of Ephesians chapter 4 verses, 11-16 Paul says

Organic Church Growth

churchPaul makes it clear here that the church grows through ordinary believers who bring people to new birth and then disciple them in the power of the Holy Spirit. That is how they can empower them to become functioning members of the body of Christ, but they need to be committed to mentoring, training and discipling them.

Paul clearly states that every member of the body of Christ needs to do their share to build it up, and then it will naturally grow up to maturity. Equipping God’s people means to set things in their lives in order, to mend what has been broken, to see that they are qualified and fitted for the call that God has on their lives.

Traditional church thinking has been that it is the role of the minister and a select few, when in fact, it is the task of every believer as he or she takes on the privilege and responsibility of discipling others. With this in mind, we wrote Growing Deep and Strong® as an intentional Christian discipleship and small group leadership program to help you quickly transform the life of a new Christian.

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This article is an extract from Growing Deep and Strong®, Coach’s Advanced course manual , called “Discipling Others,” and was written by Carl John Fechner.

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Christian Leadership

Christian Leadership

Christian Leadership

Christian LeadershipWhat is Christian Leadership? It is the act of influencing and serving others, so they can accomplish the plans, dreams and destiny God has written in their book in heaven.

Psalm 139:16 — but with your own eyes you saw my body being formed. Even before I was born, you had written in your book everything I would do.(CEV).

Christian leadership is not rooted in worldly notions of success, such as the love of money or power and lording it over others. Jesus Himself spoke against this when expressing the importance of serving others. (Matt. 20:25-28).

“Great men lead people,” Bill Bright of Campus Crusade for Christ said. “But greater men train leaders.” As leaders we are called not only to raise up followers, but also to equip leaders. How we define Christian leadership is the crucial starting point. –Ed Stetzer.

What is the difference between a Leader and Christian Leadership?

A leader is someone who places their personal agenda and organizational agenda before others, they tell people what to do, they see people as a means to gain glory, wealth and fame for the organization and themselves.

Leadership is a continuous process centred on a behavioral style of, “how can I help you to learn, grow and fulfill all that God has planned for your life?”

Christian leadership, the kind that honours God is not about the accumulation of power, It’s about empowering others to fulfill their destiny.

This style of leadership is aptly called Servant Leadership.

What is Servant Leadership?

Servant LeadershipAs a servant leader, you’re a “servant first” – you focus on the needs of others before you consider your own.

You acknowledge other people’s perspectives, you wisely and gently give them the support they need to discover their God-given destiny and redefine character issues, you involve them in decisions where appropriate, you allow the Holy Spirit to direct them into Godly conclusions, you are willing to listen and learn from others, and you build a sense of community within the group of people you are leading.

This leads to higher engagement, more trust, and stronger relationships and inspires people to strive for all that God has to offer them in a transformed lifestyle. It can also lead to replicating servant leaders who mimic what you are modelling.

When people know you care about them, they will trust you because they know you have their best interest at heart. When people feel valued, they value what they do and your investment in them is returned when they become invested in the quality of work they do.

Mat 20:25 — But Jesus called them together and said, “You know that the rulers in this world lord it over their people, and officials flaunt their authority over those under them.Mat 20:26 — But among you it will be different. Whoever wants to be a leader among you must be your servant,

Mat 20:27 — and whoever wants to be first among you must become your slave.

Mat 20:28 — For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve others and to give His life as a ransom for many.

What are the characteristics of a good leader?

The Bible is the best source of practical knowledge that we can apply in our everyday lives. The wisdom it gives can help us discern things and make any decision right.

God is the perfect example of a great leader, and we can learn great lessons of Christian leadership from His words and teaching.

Leaders have the power to shape nations, change organizations and shape current and future generations.

Without Godly leadership, humanity falls into moral decay, corruption and ruled by Satanic forces.

18 Biblical qualities of a great leader.

Biblical qualitiesThe following are the qualities you should aspire for to become a great servant leader.

Plus, they are an ideal way to measure current and future leaders in determining if they possess the biblical qualities of a great servant leader.

1. They Are Humble Servants.
But among you it will be different. Those who are the greatest among you should take the lowest rank, and the leader should be like a servant”. Luke 22:26 (NLT)

2. They detest Wrongdoing.
A king detests wrongdoing, for his rule is built on justice. Proverbs 16:12

3. They Are Honest and Value Integrity
Send out Your light and Your truth; let them guide me. Let them lead me to Your holy mountain, to the place where You live. Psalm 43:3

4. They lead in a manner that people will be glad to follow.
Make me walk along the path of Your commands, for that is where my happiness is found. Psalm 119:35

5. They desire to protect the people they are leading.
Even there Your hand will guide me, and Your strength will support me. Psalm 139:10

6. They are merciful and compassionate.
They will neither hunger nor thirst. The searing sun will not reach them anymore. For the LORD in His mercy will lead them; He will lead them beside cool waters. Isaiah 49:10

7. They do not encourage people to commit evil.
And don’t let us yield to temptation but rescue us from the evil one. [For Yours is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever. Amen.] Mat 6:13

8. They are knowledgeable and mindful.
“So ignore them. They are blind guides leading the blind, and if one blind person guides another, they will both fall into a ditch.” Matthew 15:14

9. They desire to create a peaceful and godly environment
“Pray this way for kings and all who are in authority so that we can live peaceful and quiet lives marked by godliness and dignity. 1Timothy 2:2

10. Their words are respectful toward others.
Avoid worthless, foolish talk that only leads to more godless behavior 2Timothy 2:16

11. They are diligent and hardworking.
If your gift is to encourage others, be encouraging. If it is giving, give generously. If God has given you Christian leadership ability, take the responsibility seriously. And if you have a gift for showing kindness to others, do it gladly. Romans 12:8

12. They have good advisers around them.
Without wise Christian leadership, a nation falls; there is safety in having many advisers. Proverbs 11:14

13. They are faithful leaders whose work is based on love.
Then God will establish one of David’s descendants as king. He will rule with mercy and truth. He will always do what is just and be eager to do what is right. Isaiah 16:5

14. They have the will to serve; they’re not greedy for money.
Care for the flock that God has entrusted to you. Watch over it willingly, not grudgingly—not for what you will get out of it, but because you are eager to serve God. 1Peter 5:2

15. They lead by example.
Care for the flock that God has entrusted to you. Watch over it willingly, not grudgingly—not for what you will get out of it, but because you are eager to serve God. Don’t lord it over the people assigned to your care, but lead them by your own good example. 1Peter 5:2-3

16. They demonstrate Godly skills and integrity.
He cared for them with a true heart and led them with skillful hands. Psalm 78:72

17. They are prudent, teachable and seek counsel of others.
“Or what king would go to war against another king without first sitting down with his counselors to discuss whether his army of 10,000 could defeat the 20,000 soldiers marching against him? Luke 14:31

18. They are a good role models and lead by example
This is a trustworthy saying: “If someone aspires to be an elder, he desires an honorable position.”

So an elder must be a man whose life is above reproach. He must be faithful to his wife. He must exercise self-control, live wisely, and have a good reputation. He must enjoy having guests in his home, and he must be able to teach.

He must not be a heavy drinker or be violent. He must be gentle, not quarrelsome, and not love money.

He must manage his own family well, having children who respect and obey him.

For if a man cannot manage his own household, how can he take care of God’s church? 1Timothy 3:1-5

Training tomorrows leaders

Training tomorrows leadersAs we look around the world today, we find great leaders are rare. It’s difficult or even near impossible to find a human leader who has all the qualities just mentioned.

With love as the foundation of Christian leadership, anyone could be a great leader people deserve, not to mention that leader could be you.

Growing Deep and Strong®

One of our mandates for writing Growing Deep and Strong® was to create an environment that creates Godly leaders that change a nation.

Our desire is to be a catalyst and facilitator in developing people to become leaders and disciplers of others.

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