Have you ever been caught in a set of circumstances where you've prayed, others have prayed, but the rock in front of you refuses to budge? Have you taken up arms in warfare prayer against the enemy and still the rock remains? This is where I've been for the past two months. Moving into a … Continue reading Who is in charge here?
In August 2010, Holy Spirit spoke to me about silence. "Holy Spirit my mind is bouncing around like a loose ping pong ball." Immediately this prayer came to mind: "Blessed at Thou O Lord our God King of the universe Creator of all things Power by which all things have life Maker and Redeemer of … Continue reading Monday Manna – Listen to the Silence
Next Monday Mike and I will sign the final escrow papers and get keys to our new home. By prophetic word, this will be the last home we purchase and where we will live out the rest of our lives. We are beyond excited to be in our own space again after two months of … Continue reading When You Don’t Understand the Plan, You Trust the Planner.
I was working my way through Psalm 91 and came to verse 12. It has to do with angels. While I'd known angels help us, I still wasn't sure about details. Holy Spirit took the opportunity to stir in me the need for conversation that day: They shall bear you up in their hands lest … Continue reading Monday Manna – About Angels
For almost 3 years my husband had dreams of moving to Missouri. At first I refused to believe that was God's will for our lives. But then God started speaking to me in the secret place and then confirming it with words from prophetic people I'd never met or those I never talked to about … Continue reading How to Fix Your Gaze in Real Life
Lord, turn my eyes back on You. This week has exposed so many of my weaknesses along with my strengths. Help me to fall upon Your grace and not try to fix anything by my own efforts…Lead me back to the secret place with You. ( Journal note from 2006) His response was so full … Continue reading Monday Manna – In Your Weakness
photo by Emerson Peters I went to church in a funk. Everything in me was screaming. “Guilty.” I had disappointed people by failing to follow through on promises. My heart was critical of another brother who I judged to be incompetent and I was judging myself a miserable Christian, at best. The worship started but consumed … Continue reading The Red Curtain