Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Psalm 93

The Lord reigneth,he is clothed with majesty;
the Lord is clothed with strength, wherewith he hath girded himself:
the world also is established, that it cannot be moved
Thy throne is established of old:
thou art from everlasting.
The floods have lifted up, O Lord,
the floods have lifted up their voice;
the floods have lift up their waves
The Lord is mightier than the noise of many waters,
yea, than the mighty waves of the sea.
Thy testimonies are very sure:
holines becometh thine house,O Lord, forever.

Saturday, February 25, 2012


I have always been particular about who I let in my life. I have recently come to the conclusion that someone in my life is not for me. I love this person but after doing an inventory of our relationship I have to be honest with myself. After considering everything I am noticing all of the distractions; all of the hinderances. When do you let go of Judas? If God allowed the relationship to ultimately bring to pass his will at what point do you let go? Jesus who is an example of what love should be walked with Judas knowing all along that he would betray him. How do you walk with a person knowing they aren't for you? Watching relationships that could have grown die because of seeds of discord they sow. Does Judas know his assignment or is he used unwittingly? I want to be able to love freely without fear but I am at a crossroad; do I hand it over to Jesus or do I say enough and let go?

Luke 22:48
But Jesus said unto him, Judas, betrayest thou the Son of man with a kiss?

Wednesday, February 22, 2012


I finished reading "Pigs in the Parlor" by Frank and Ida Mae Hammond. I was in a bible bookstore about a week ago and I was waiting for the person working in the store to do something and I picked up the book and bought it. I can't begin to describe the value of this book to the Body of Christ. The book is about deliverance. It likens living with demons to having pigs in your home...unacceptable! This is one of the best Christian books I have read if not the best (Bible not included; the Bible is by far the most important and best book for anyone, especially a Christian). I would recommend this book to anyone; this is the type of authority we as Christians should be walking in.

Thursday, February 16, 2012

Cry Unto the Lord.

I haven't felt like writing in a while. I had planned to post something this week because God gave me the date 2/20/2012. I don't know if the date is significant to me personally or if it's for everyone. I will be sure to intercede; intercede with me. I had to post today to tell you of God's goodness. On my way to work it was raining hard and I was on a road that was flooded so I figured "hey I had better turn around". When I backed up, I backed up into a ditch. I was inches (and not many inches at all) away from backing up on a power line and the car I was driving was stuck in a ditch. I tried to drive out of the ditch and couldn't and got out of the car to discover the ditch was knee deep and filled with water. I began to call on Jesus! I said "no Lord, help me please". I began to cry and I called 911; along that time a guy pulled up and told me he was going to go get his four wheeler but before he could make it back a guy in a silver truck came and said "so your stuck in a ditch"? I said yeah and he said "you're not crying are you"? He then said "I'm gonna do what I can to try to help you". He opened the back of his truck and pulled out a rope and told me what to do. I drove out of the ditch and to work. I made it to work and unless I tell someone no one but the people that were there would know what happened. I am so encouraged in God and in people. There is hope. We only have to ask! Cry out to the Lord; tell him what it is you need. His ears are open to his children. He will answer.

Psalm 4:1 KJV
Hear me when I call , O God of my righteousness: thou hast enlarged me when I was in distress; have mercy upon me, and hear my prayer.

Lukewarm by Grace

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Mother and Child