Precious Seed

This week God has been bringing a scripture to my heart over and over again. I have been meditating on it all week. I feel God is showing me revelation about this scripture, while at the same time, He is causing me to look back at the type of seeds I have sown in the […]

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Cities of Light

It was 2021 when God first showed me this – today, I felt led it share it with you again today. I think of this often. I want MY city to be such a city, how about you? One night I was listening to a prophetic minister when something they said jumped in my spirit.  […]

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The Dividing Line

As I was looking through some old notes today, I came across a message by Jim Reilly from the Healing Prayer Call. His teaching was about those who play church or who are not fully committed to following Jesus. He taught that we have stepped into a new place in God. He went on to […]

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Guard Your Heart

This morning as I was praying, the Lord brought a scripture to mind that I want to share with you today. Keep your heart with all diligence, for out of it spring the issues of life. Proverbs 4:23 The Amplified says it like this; Keep and guard your heart with all vigilance and above all […]

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Seasons & Lessons

I love this time of year. It is the season when every single year when God shows me things about the seeds we sow. It never gets old, at least for me. Year after year, I am amazed at the lessons He either teaches me or reminds me of. I want to share a few […]

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Key to Reproducing

This morning I was reminded of something I once heard a doctor say. He said, “Stress makes it extremely difficult to conceive.” That day I learned when we are under significant stress, the probability of conception is greatly reduced. I also found that even animals shut down their reproductive functions in times of stress and […]

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Finding Hope Again

This past week I received quite a few emails from people who had lost hope. My heart goes out to them, and I can certainly understand how they feel.  If we spend too much time looking at the world, the news, or social media, it would be difficult to remain hopeful. We are living in […]

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Seeds Already Sown

  Seed.  Time. Harvest.  Seed…Time….and then…Harvest. One day a year or so ago, Breanne and I were talking about vehicles.  I shared with her how a Jeep was my favorite vehicle.  It’s not what I am driving then, but it is my favorite vehicle and I shared with her how I would have another one […]

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God is Enough

There is a scripture that has been on my mind a lot this week.  It is found in 2 Corinthians 12.  I am sure you are familiar with it. And He said to me, “My grace is sufficient for you, for My strength is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore, most gladly I will rather boast […]

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Is Your Heart Stirred?

In the last few days, at different times my heart has been stirred. Stirred to obey God is sowing seed or to obey God in doing a faith act in some way. This has caused me to think about the widow woman with the two mites in the New Testament. Looking up, [Jesus] saw the […]

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When We Don’t Know How to Pray

I once read an article that greatly expressed the awesome power of praying in tongues. The testimony was not by a preacher or a teacher, it was by a mother. The story was shared a few years ago on Good Morning America. The story was about a mom and her young seven-year-old son. One morning […]

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Sowing & Harvest

Last week, almost nightly, I crawled into bed beyond exhausted. Why? It’s time to prepare our garden, find the right seeds and plant the seeds we purchased. I love this time of year. I love gardening, it is very meditative to me, but it is also hard work. A type of physical work I don’t […]

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Entering Rest

The morning began with a myriad of emails waiting to be answered, voicemails to return and errands to run. As I quickly prepared to run my errands, I thought, “Lord, I need a vacation.” Later that morning, I was at a doctor’s appointment. As I got ready to leave, he said, “Can ask you a […]

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The God Who Sings

The Lord your God in your midst, the Mighty One, will save; He will rejoice over you with gladness, He will quiet you with His love, He will rejoice over you with singing. Zephaniah 3:17 I have read this scripture before, several times, but it has never quite captured me like it did on one […]

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In the Midst of Harvest

I sat at my desk, reading an email I had just received from a friend who was traveling for ministry work. It was a prayer request. It appeared she was having many attacks while traveling, thus she was requesting a prayer of agreement for these things to cease. As I read down the list of […]

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Manah My Days!

At the beginning of the year, one of our partners sent me a teaching from a devotional that captured my attention. This devotion talked about the verse in Psalm 90:12. So, teach us to number our days, that we may gain a heart of wisdom. I have studied this scripture several times, it intrigued me […]

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The Power of Two

Alone we can do little; together we can do so much. I see this truth on a daily basis. Years ago, as I was enjoying a monthly magazine sent to me a ministry, God spoke to me. He said, “are you enjoying that magazine?” I replied, “Yes, Lord, this is a great magazine.” He continued […]

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Getting to the Root

Today, a friend and I were talking about someone who had been going through a really rough time. My friend remarked how they have sought breakthrough for years but not experienced it. My friend made a statement that captured my attention. “Could it be they won’t receive breakthrough because of the roots that are holding […]

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When the Wind Shifts

I was walking through my kitchen over the weekend when the Lord spoke a sentence to me. He said, “There are times when the wind shifts to your favor.” He immediately took my thoughts back to a scene in movie that I have mentioned many times. It is called Facing the Giants. In this scene […]

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A Shaking

One day last week was quite unusual, and difficult. Unlike anything I have ever experienced. For me, I had surgery scheduled on a particular day. Mine had been scheduled for a couple weeks. It turned out that same day, Kelita’s husband had to have surgery. To further complicate things – my daughter, Breanne, had to […]

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