The story of the Bride is woven through the feasts of the Lord. God’s calendar is the one He refers to all through the Bible. (He does not use our Gregorian calendar.) God placed signs in the heavens with the moon being prominent to declare His feast days. Genesis 1:14 says, “Then God said, “Let there … Continue reading The Bride, Wedding Vows, and Pentecost
Holy Spirit has me on a learning curve about the meaning of words. They appear often in the Bible, yet, are rarely used in our society today. 'Statutes' is one of those words. If you read the Bible like most people, you often see this word and pass right over it. You may see it … Continue reading The Bible Speaks About Statutes. What Are They?
The word commandment is often spoken in a derogatory way by the world and among believers. Many believe that the time of following God's commandments is over and now we live in the age of grace alone. It's not popular to go against this flood of fake truth, but that is where we are headed … Continue reading This is My Commandment
And whatever you do, do it heartily, as to the Lord and not to men, 24 knowing that from the Lord you will receive the reward of the inheritance; for you serve the Lord Christ. Colossians 3:23-24 This past week I’ve been preparing to teach a Sunday School class with pre-assigned scripture references. Usually, I create … Continue reading ARE YOU STANDING FOR GOD?
In the times of Yeshua, a young man would choose a young woman that he wanted to marry. He and his father would go to the home of the young woman and meet with her and her father. The men would discuss the ‘bride price.’ The bride's price was an amount of money or goods … Continue reading The Bride, Passover, and Communion – There is a Connection
I am a Word woman. I love God's written Word, the Bible, and I love His spoken word to me personally or through other prophetic voices. In December, I asked Abba, "Do You have one word for me for 2021?" "Faithful," is what I heard. "Faithful? Are You sure, LORD? Of all the attributes I've … Continue reading My One Word for 2021
I often worship and pray in the car. As a person who hears prophetically, I enjoy discussing with the Lord the dilemmas of life and hearing His viewpoint. Recently, I've seen two distinct camps mushrooming in prophecy. One camp is carrying the revival banner, life, blessing, fulfillment of promises, restoration of our country and new … Continue reading Judgement or Revival??
This past Sunday, our pastor preached a message out of Exodus 17, entitled, 'God Can Be Trusted?' One of the verses he highlighted was verse 15, where Moses built an altar to celebrate the Israelite's victory over the Amalekites. Moses called the altar, 'The LORD is My Banner,' or Yehovah Nissi. Our pastor asked the … Continue reading The LORD is our Banner
In Isaiah 43:3, Jesus announces, For I am the LORD your God, The Holy One of Israel, your Savior...Holiness can be attributed to only one God. None of the other gods are holy. No other baby ever born received this title. In 1 Samuel 2:2 Hannah declares as she prays: There is no one holy … Continue reading He is the Holy One
In December 2019, I wrote these words. In this upside down world we have all been living in, I am re-posting for your reflection. May you be blessed. Lord, give me the words to sing Your song.Give me the words to tell Your story. The wind blows cold rattling the windows and pushing through the … Continue reading He Came Quiet