Monday, December 28, 2015

Your Words

Happy Monday,
          I was reading this morning and these words caught my attention: that all I have to do is cry out to Him and He will answer. 

          So comforting to know that Abba Father is so close whether we are in need or when we are grateful. I love the phrase – Let’s go down to the river and pray and rise up in amazing grace. It is part of a song that keeps going on in my mind and spirit.

           Your words bring life.  Your words say that when I call to you, I will have an answer. Help me see the wisdom of your timing. I praise you in the midst of my situation for there you will dwell on the praises of my heart. Above all others let me hear your voice as it speaks to my heart. Let me speak your words to a hurting generation. The grass will wither and the Flowers will fall but the word of our God will last forever.

            As I sing praises of all who you are to me, your presence surrounds me as I draw near. I am captivated with your love. Your presence brings life to my soul. Your presence brings love to my heart. Your presence brings joy and hope to my spirit.

             I can hear the sounds of life, the sounds of love, the sounds of joy, coming from your heart as I draw closer. You are all I need; I find my strength, my hope in all you are. I align my spirit soul and body with all of who you are Father Son and Holy Spirit. You made a way for me to come boldly before the throne.

             Help me accept deep in my spirit that I am a covenant child of the Most High God, a royal daughter of the King. I surrender my heart to you; I surrender to your word, for your words bring life. The grass will wither and the Flowers will fall but the word of our God will last forever.

Psalm 28:6-9, Psalm 57:1-3, Psalm 98, Psalm 118:1-5, Psalm 148, Isaiah 40:8, Ephesians 5:26

As the old year ends and the new one begins praise your way above your circumstances and renew your mind by the water of the word. 

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Tuesday, December 22, 2015


Good Morning, Christmas is almost here ready or not!
I was thinking about a Christmas time past when I was busier than today and I want to share with you a vignette I had written for a Christmas program several years ago.

One of the most exciting times I have had in my life is being a part of the creative writing class I was attending at Oak Hills. The Worship Ministry asked the class to help write vignettes for the Christmas program. I volunteered before I knew what I was doing, there were three of us and then we were told we had to perform what we had written, Oh Noooo!
This is what I wrote that Christmas.
Come with me and listen to what the Lord may have said as he watches over
Mary and Joseph as they journey to Bethlehem;

Be still and listen to me…
As I whisper your name so your heart can hear…
On rocky paths and desert places
I will be with you…
Your names are written on my hand, ever before me.

I made the sunset colors fade…
As the moon takes its place…
I filled the desert night
With fragrance for your delight…

Come… now is the time,
Events have been set in motion
I have chosen a destiny that you cannot imagine
Treasure these moments in your heart…

When joy turns into sorrow, know this:
The enemy is defeated…
My song will rise and live forever
I will transform you with hope and grace…

My beloved,
How precious you are to me
Stay ever close…
Bethlehem is near, do you see…
Be still and listen to me…

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Monday, November 9, 2015


I was reading a blog post by Lance Wallnau regarding being an ambassador and this is what I got from it:

Do you know the meaning of Ambassador and what an ambassador does?
Ambassador meaning=

1. An official envoy; especially:  a diplomatic agent of the highest rank accredited to a foreign government or sovereign as the resident representative of his or her own government or sovereign or appointed for a special and often temporary diplomatic assignment.
2. An authorized representative or messenger

Where was Jesus’ embassy? His embassy was the place that he occupied. Wherever he was that was his embassy. We also have an assigned territory with a “measure of rule”. We have the authority to shift the environment over whatever comes into our embassy compound.

As a believer we are an ambassador of Christ. Every ambassador has an embassy. (You are the embassy where the Holy Spirit resides) An embassy is where the territory of the foreign government has taken up residence. There are soldiers guarding those embassies. We have invisible soldiers called angels that guard our embassy and travel with us.

when people come into contact with you they are entering a kingdom zone. They are stepping over into the area where you influence. The spiritual traffic that is working in them has to bow to your kingdom influence and peace zone.

Everywhere Jesus went he was walking like the ambassador of the kingdom. The embassy is the territory that surrounds the ambassador. As an ambassador of the kingdom, where you are assigned, becomes an embassy for the kingdom of heaven. In other words it is officially off limits to the devil because the embassy (you), the temple of the Holy Spirit) is heavens property.

For full info go to Lance Wallnau's blog

 2 Corinthians 5:20, Deuteronomy 11:24

Now go out this week and reclaim the territory for the kingdom!

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Monday, November 2, 2015

Psalm 62:1

I wait quietly before God, for my victory comes from him.

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This week be ready to see answered prayer!

Monday, October 26, 2015

Monday Blessing

Good Morning,
What makes us special is the signature of God on our lives; you are blessed with the seal of his pleasure. He promised and He purchased you to be His own. He did this so we would praise and glorify Him. Be blessed with the seal of His pleasure and glory in His promised Holy Spirit, guaranteeing your place in your Father’s heart.
 Now go out this week knowing you are loved by the King of Kings.
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Monday, October 19, 2015

They Will Know

Happy Monday!
I came across this story “Is he just a bum or a struggling businessman”? By Dan Miller This principle is not only valid in the marketplace but in all areas of our daily life. The story is below followed by my thoughts.
            A rushed businessman plunked a dollar into the cup of a man selling pencils on the sidewalk.  Half a block down the street, he turned around and made his way back to the beggar.  “I’m sorry,” he said as he picked out his favorite color in a pencil.  “In my haste I failed to make my purchase.  After all, you are a businessman just like me.  Your merchandise is fairly priced and of good quality.  I trust you won’t be upset with my failure to pick out my purchase.”  With that he smiled and quickly went on his way.
            At lunch a few months later, a neatly dressed, handsome man approached the businessman’s table and introduced himself.  “I’m sure you don’t remember me, and I don’t even know your name, but your face I will never forget.  You are the man who inspired me to make something of myself.  I was a street bum selling pencils until you gave me back my self-respect.  Now I believe I am a businessman.”
            In our rush, it’s easy to demean those who are coming up the ladder of success.  How have you treated the waitress, the gardener, the delivery man, the plumber, and the beggar selling newspapers this week?  Did you, with your words and actions, nurture a higher level of success for that person or confirm that they are destined to stay at the bottom?
            A kind word spoken or kind action taken is like apples of gold in settings of silver.  When we bring encouraging words of peace, friendship, hope we bring the future into the present, we bring on earth what is in heaven. The Father’s desire for us is to help people see their potential as a son/daughter of the King. When we begin and end in love we let the world know who our God is and that He is the reason we are able to love.
            Whatever gifts you have been given, whatever skill set you’ve developed over the years let all you do be done in love to the glory of the Father. Remember your speech holds the power of life and death, choose life. Kind words are like a kiss of life that soothes wounded souls. Gracious words are like a honeycomb, sweet to the soul and healing to the bones. 
Proverbs 25:11, 1 Corinthians 16:14, John 13:35, Proverbs 16:24
“The greatest good you can do for another is not just share your riches, but to reveal to him his own.”  Benjamin Disraeli
As you begin your week remember to reveal God’s riches to those you meet. 

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