Motivations

Our motivations go out daily Monday through Friday.  They are fresh words of manna written by Kim Potter and sent out to you via email.  You can sign up for them by using the subscription box to the right.

Watching the Signs

Posted on Thursday, September 19th, 2019. Categories: Motivations.

Last week I rode with Breanne to a nearby city.  We were driving along just fine until Breanne came to a place where one lane ended that she wasn’t prepared for. As traffic was quickly merging, Breanne exclaimed, “why didn’t they give me a warning?!” “They did.” I responded.  “Did you not see the sign […]

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Write It & Do It Now

Posted on Wednesday, September 18th, 2019. Categories: Motivations.

The other night I was in bed, trying to go to sleep.  I was tossing and turning.  Something was churning in my spirit and I couldn’t shake it. I kept feeling like I needed to get out of bed and get my Bible.  That was all I knew. After a few moments, I got up, […]

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Never Too Late

Posted on Tuesday, September 17th, 2019. Categories: Motivations.

I was awakened early in the morning to a text message.  It was a friend telling me about another friend who had a stroke during the night.  As I read the text, I learned the severity of the episode.  I began to pray for this friend. My mind began to process the facts of the […]

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Write it & Make it Plain

Posted on Monday, September 16th, 2019. Categories: Motivations.

While spending time with God, I began to think about the New Year, 5780 just around the corner.  We are leaving the Ayin decade (seeing) and moving into the decade of speaking or of the mouth and of new beginnings, even a new era. Several things were running through my mind. The excitement of a […]

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Even So…Nevertheless Faith

Posted on Friday, September 13th, 2019. Categories: Motivations.

Most of us go through times when our faith is challenged.  Times, when we feel like it is too late for God to come through in our situation.  It is never too late. Today I am reminded of a faith we see woven throughout the pages of the word of God.  It is a faith […]

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Shaking Free

Posted on Thursday, September 12th, 2019. Categories: Motivations.

Yesterday I shared a writing by someone, today I am sharing a prophetic word from Chuck Pierce ministry.   Before you read this word, I want to share my thoughts.  I do not believe one can live from prophetic word to prophetic word – I firmly believe we MUST have a solid foundation in the word […]

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Encouragement for Today

Posted on Wednesday, September 11th, 2019. Categories: Motivations.

Yesterday, Kelita sent me a writing by Wanda Alger.  I found it quite encouraging and I thought you would too.  I am going to share it with you today… I was greatly encouraged yesterday through our monthly Prophetic Round Table meeting after church. As we each shared what the Lord was speaking to us, the […]

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For God has Said…

Posted on Tuesday, September 10th, 2019. Categories: Motivations.

For a week or so I battled something I seldom battle – actually, I can’t recall a time I battled it.  I am talking about fear. I know many people who deal with fear and anxiety.  For some it is a constant battle.  Not so for me.  Many years ago, when I learned the power […]

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Extraordinary Harvest

Posted on Monday, September 9th, 2019. Categories: Motivations.

Today I received an email from one of our partners.  It was a word from Marsha Burns from September 5th.  Let me share it with you: SMALL STRAWS IN A SOFT WIND by MARSHA BURNS September 5, 2019 Seeds of generosity that you sow at My behest will reap an extraordinary harvest of favor, grace, […]

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The Restorer

Posted on Friday, September 6th, 2019. Categories: Motivations.

There is a building at the bottom of a hill near Breanne’s road.  This building has been there for as long as I can remember.  It has always been an eye sore.  It was one of, if not the most, junky looking buildings in our town. Numerous businesses have been in this building and it […]

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