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
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
Merry Christmas to all of you. God never marked the day of Jesus birth on His Biblical calendar. It was likely during the Feast of Tabernacles in September or October, but December 25th was chosen in A.D. 440. The Bible does not record a date, but we do have the details. And two places in … Continue reading They Shall Call His Name Immanuel
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
The wind is roaring outside. Temps are heading for the basement with 20's by suppertime. The wind of Holy Spirit is also roaring and whispering this morning. I woke up singing, O, come let us adore Him. A great way to start the day. Then He sent me into His Word for words about the … Continue reading God’s Wind is Blowing