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Will We Trust Him?

Psalm 127 is my theme scripture this summer.  The Lord spoke these words to me Saturday morning, before the shootings took place in the USA.  God said: Your trust in me is solidified in Psalm 127.  Your faith rises each … Continue reading

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2020–The Year of Battle in the Heavenlies

This morning in my garden of prayer, the Lord told me to write what I hear.  I heard: The elections are upon us next year.  The battles we saw four years ago will pale in comparison to what is coming.  … Continue reading

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Jesus Died for the Sins on the Internet

Correction–Jesus died especially for the sins on the internet.  In the 90’s, when the internet first became available in homes, I heard warnings from a few people, leaders that I respected, to stay away from the internet. They saw its … Continue reading

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My Song in the Night

Dearest friends, I wish to share a dream in which I sang with all my heart in church–from a pew in the back where no one but God was listening. I woke up from the dream singing the most beautiful … Continue reading

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We Hope for What We CANNOT See

We were saved in this hope, but hope that is seen is not hope; for why does one still hope for what he sees? But if we hope for what we do not see, we eagerly wait for it with perseverance … Continue reading

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Light–in a Dark Valley

Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path (Psalm 119:105). LIGHT! If it’s true that God’s Word is lamp to our feet and a light to our path, then I think I just swallowed … Continue reading

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The Sufferings of This Present Time . . .

In 2017, I have been reciting this verse from Romans 8: “For I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared to the glory that will be revealed in us.” Two years ago when … Continue reading

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Vets Guard the Cross

Who would have thought that our veterans would have to guard the cross and “keep the cross safe” in their own nation, the United States of America?  The GOOD news is that after the ACLU took the cross to court, … Continue reading

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Forgiving This Thanksgiving

When my mother showed me her paraphrase of the Lord’s prayer, one line caught my eye.  I memorized it because, frankly, I needed it, too: “Lord, help me to forgive those who tread on my faith, my feelings, and my … Continue reading

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Jesus’ Cross is Lifted Again in Iraq!

Friends, let’s REJOICE with the Christians in Iraq right now! The cross has been a flashpoint of war since ISIS invaded Iraq.  We will NEVER forget that the victory belongs to Jesus,  His cross, His blood, His name, and His power. Jesus’ … Continue reading

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