I’m looking for those who are willing to just start, to move, to go. For I will be with them and teach them what to say, in and with the power of my most Holy Spirit. Don’t be concerned with the out come, I am not about numbers like man, I am about results. Results that take place in the heart, your heart. I’m looking for a willing vessel, for my Kingdom. One who would shine the light of my glory upon the land. One who would go, just go in My name. Not worrying about the effects or what would happen, I determine the out come of all things. Nothing can thwart my plans, and all things are subject unto me. Just Go! And let me work through you, in you, to do great and marvelous things. Things beyond your imagination. And as I do, you will witness healing, healing for you, your family, the nations. Let me work out those things that are holding you back from my goodness. Those monumental idols that you and others have built, pain, fear, stress, anxiety. Allow me to break down the barriers of life’s afflictions, the heavy burdens that so weigh you down. My yolk is easy and my burden is light, so cast your cares upon me and I will give you rest. A rest that restores, renews, revives. Repairing your soul for the journey that I have set before you, to walk out your destiny call.
God destroyed the city of Sodom where Lot and his family lived. The angel said to him, “Don’t look back.” “But Lots wife looked back from behind him and she became a pillar of salt.”(v.26) This is the word I received from the Lord: Do not go back to the old ways of living, thinking its better. Do not think like the Israelites, who desired to go back to Egypt, saying “It was better to be slaves, then to deal with the minor afflictions they faced in the wilderness, especially pertaining to food and their hunger for old things, instead of dining on God’s spiritual manna from heaven which heals (Exodus 16:1-3). Lots wife looked back, which caused her destruction, her demise, her death! Continue reading →
This was her last and only hope. It may be the answer she had been longing for all these years. Suffering for over 20 years with such a chronic illness that isolated her from others, she must fight through the crowd and take a chance. So desperate for healing, she ignored the conventions of the day, just for a chance to touch His garment.
In those days a women dare not touch or be in the presence of anyone during her “time of the month” Continue reading →
"But you shall be called Hephzibah,
My delight is in her." Isaiah 62:4