Are You Ready for a Treasure Hunt?

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In the fall of 2005, God drew me to Psalm 91 and filled me with treasure to last a lifetime. Just as in any hunt for treasure, there is usually a map. Psalm 91 was the map He placed in my hands and began to write on my heart.

For the next six months, He pulled back layer after layer uncovering keys to unlock peace, faith and hope in my life.

In 2012, He called me to revisit Psalm 91 for more excavation and with the help of the Hebrew Alephbet, precious gems of truth came to the surface. Priceless things I never saw in the initial dig, made me hungry for more.

In this past month, a stirring in my spirit to pick up my pen and write again will not be silenced. As I prayed about this, God told me to get my tools ready.

For me this meant, pulling out all of my journals and putting them in chronological order with date labels on their spines. Then I went through boxes, file cabinets, and binders to harvest more writings and thoughts. He led me to believe I will need them for the project ahead.
Thus, with some effort, all was in the ready. I continued to pray and ask for direction.
On Sunday, our pastor taught out of Luke 5. When he read Luke 5:4…Simon, “Launch out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch,” I heard Abba say, “It’s time to write, Beloved.” I smiled. Our pastor continued, “verse 5, ‘But Simon answered and said to Him, “Master, we have toiled all night and caught nothing; nevertheless at Your word I will let down the net.’”

Peter’s words resonated deep within. I too argued with Abba, “You know how many studied this psalm? Part of me just balks to go down this path again. And…I still have no idea what You want me to write. Nevertheless,” my heart turned to face Him. “Abba, if this is what you want, I am willing.”

Then He said, “Psalm 91.”

“Psalm 91?” He was quiet. The conversation ended and I was left to wonder.
Over the next hour, my human logic took over. “Well at least I have lots of material to draw from. This will be a short project and then I can get on to more meaty matters. I will pull the resources together tonight. Great.”

After separating out all my Psalm 91 notes and putting them into folders, I went to bed. I was excited to begin on one hand and yet, at the same time, dreading the process.
The next morning, while I continued to stew, I said to the Lord, “Time is a precious commodity. I want to use mine in Your service. What do You want me to do, Abba?”

“Go deeper. There are still treasures to find, places to go and people to see. In the spaces between the words, you will find them.  You have keys that will unlock more doors of discovery. Not all is lost and it is far from dull or tedious. Rest in My love and flow in My grace. There are peaks and valleys, but treasures along the way. It is not an overnight project, but it is your project, your initial assignment.  My people, My children need to have these resources, this understanding for the season ahead.”

So today I relax with the best book ever written, “Love Letters from Abba,” my Bible. My hands caress its well-worn pages and settle down to begin again.

Are you ready to join me? Rich treasures in store to change your heart and remake your life.
Come, follow me as I follow Him and we will explore together.

He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High…  We will begin with “Where Are You Dwelling?



8 thoughts on “Are You Ready for a Treasure Hunt?

  1. I am so thrilled to have found your blog, I know the Lord led me to it. I have recently discovered a love for Hebrew word studies, and the Hebrew Alephbet. I love your blog on Psalm 91 and am trying to go slowly!! I ordered your books as well. It is such an encouragement, and the treasures uncovered are so delightful… I have been sharing them with my husband. I am so excited and looking forward to uncovering more treasures revealing the heart of God through His Word. Thank you so much!

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