I don’t usually present teaching videos from YouTube but I thought these two from Dutch Sheets’ “Give Him 15” series of daily devotionals were well worth sharing. Be blessed!
Some weeks ago, while listening to a prophetic word concerning this past November’s highly contested presidential election, two words were dropped into my spirit. The first of these was line, followed a few minutes later by the word net. When I heard “line,” I was immediately reminded of what I had written last summer in … Continue reading
When the Corona-virus first broke out, I kept hearing in my spirit the phrase, “Smoke and Mirrors.” Not being given anything else to go on, though, all I could do was wait for further instructions. Then, when George Floyd was killed and all of the riots broke out, I heard “Smoke and Mirrors” once more—again, without … Continue reading
In celebration of our nation’s 245th Birthday, here is the text of the Declaration, made in Congress, on July 4, 1776, which set our quest for Independence in motion… The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political … Continue reading
One of the very first posts I did for this blog was one for Mother’s Day 2013, in remembrance of some Godly mothers, including my own. Although a lot of things have changed in the world since then, the sentiments expressed there have not, so I would like to re-share that post on this Mother’s … Continue reading
The Monday night before one Easter several years ago, I casually asked my pastor husband what he would be preaching on the following Sunday. Although he usually has it all planned out by then, he said that he didn’t have anything special in mind at that point, and asked me if I had any ideas. … Continue reading
As we celebrate the coming of Jesus during this Christmas season, let’s remember that, while a Child was born, the Son was given to take away our sins and to make us one with the God the Father. So, let’s take a few minutes to reflect upon some of the things that Christ’s Coming means for … Continue reading
Thus far—in our study of the life of Abraham, we have watched as God called this man out of a life of affluence and comfort to a life of wandering, worship, witness, warfare, and waiting—with each calling being accompanied by a new or expanded revelation of God’s plans for Abraham, and followed by a period … Continue reading