It’s cooler today. I open the bedroom blinds. A leaden wall spreads thick across the west, looming with the promise of rain. When I go to the kitchen and turn to the east, the rising sun illumines gossamer pink whisps skirting north across blue skies. Lumbering behind them and slowly overtaking them is a bulbous … Continue reading The Artistry and Power of God
On April 10th, after sharing with Abba the various threats and promises being declared before us as a nation and as the world, I asked Him, "Where is the truth? What do we need to know?"Here was His answer:You need to know that I’ve got it ALL in MY hands and the enemy is in … Continue reading Get Ready to be Amazed. Get Ready to be Humbled.
I am jumping on to share my excitement. My latest book went on Amazon today. God told me it was time to put my Psalm 91 studies in book form. It is available for purchase in paperback and Kindle on Amazon. And here is a short blurb about it: The words David chose, and the … Continue reading Know God – Defeat the Enemy
I am taking the liberty to repost this blog from a few years ago. Even if you read it then, it is always good to take another look at Yeshua. We easily forget who He is and why He came. Yeshua wasn’t born on December 25th, but it is the day that the world traditionally … Continue reading Who is This Child in a Manger? (repost)
After Jesus laid out the basics of how the Kingdom works and how to expect Holy Spirit to lead us, He offers keys to kingdom blessings that require our initiation. Let’s see what He has to say. Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be … Continue reading ASK – SEEK – KNOCK
Jesus often pulled aside by Himself to pray. (Matthew 14:23, Matthew 26:36, Mark 1:35) The disciples observed Him and saw the power He exhibited when He healed the sick and set the demonized free. They saw the connection between prayer and power. So, in Luke 11:1 we hear their plea. Now it came to pass, as He was … Continue reading Teach Us How to Pray
Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy. Matthew 5:7 Are we merciful? To show mercy or to be merciful is to treat with compassion those who have done wrong. To be lenient toward them, forgiving, not seeking revenge, or repaying injury for injury. It means to not give the offender what they deserve. … Continue reading Oh, What Great Blessings are Seen in the Lives of Those Who are Merciful
We've looked at Commandments, Statutes, Testimonies, and Precepts. Today we are going to take a look at Judgments. The word judgement #4941 is used 296 times in the Bible. And here again, the letters used to spell the work, tells us what the word means. How God uses the letters to define the word constantly … Continue reading The Judgments of God
What have I done wrong? I can't hear You. I wrote a blog earlier this week about How to Prepare Your Heart to Hear God’s Voice. After I posted it I I felt a few more things that needed to be added. It was as if God said, “Remember, I Am GOD and My ways … Continue reading What if I Don’t Hear God?
In our world of deception in the media, in politics, in medicine, and every other area of life, God's Word stands as a beacon of light in the midst of darkness. In my last post, I shared with you the story of Israel's idolatry. There was one man by the name of Phinehas who stood … Continue reading Zeal for God Can Reap Eternal Rewards