What do I have need of that God cannot provide? What battle could I face that God could not win? What enemy could come against me that God could not defeat? Is there a mountain too high for Him to climb? Is there an ocean too deep for Him to swim? Is there a valley too wide for Him to cross? Is there anything too great or mighty for my God, for your God? Continue reading “Overcome”
“Destiny is the Loudest Silence You’ll Ever Hear” -Dr Myles Munroe
My loudest silence is the need, the continuous and constant desire, to advance the kingdom in some way. I don’t want the impact I have in this life to be a small one, I desire for my impact to be massive, like a valley that can fit an ocean or a mountain that stands high into the skies.
The loudest silence in my life is the need, the continuous and constant ache, to love people like Jesus loves them. Jesus didn’t love in a light way, he loved deeply. He loved enough to call sin, sin. He loved enough to refuse to allow darkness of any kind into His life. He loved enough to draw people away from lifestyles that drew them away from Him. Jesus loved enough to take the stripes, bare the cross, wear the crown and the tattered and torn robe, hang on that cross and tell the Father to forgive them, forgive us, then proclaim it is finished.
My God is awesome, He parts the red sea, just for me. My God is amazing, He healed me when I was sick, strengthened me when I was weak. My God helped me overcome the giant, defeat the lion and take down the bear. My God never lets me down.
No matter how the world pushes me, my God gives me the strength to push back. My God has never failed me nor His people, and He never will.
My God pours into me when the world drains me. My God tells me I can when the world says I can’t. My God has put a path before me that I don’t always see but I know is straight and will lead me to where I am destined to go. My God sees the whole picture when I only see a piece. Continue reading “Always There”
You tried to make me feel useless, but God made me feel valuable
You tried to tell me I was nothing, but God told me I was everything
You tried to push me down, and may have gotten me down for a while, but God helped me get up, time after time
Have you ever felt like a pawn on a chess board, an insignificant participant in some sort of game? You want to be a major player, to have a monumental role, title, part, to be an important character in this grand game, yet you feel as miniscule and unable to make an impact as just a regular little pawn on a giant board.
While praying for the Remnant the other day I saw a chess board. There were kings, queens, knights, rooks, bishops, the players we all see when we think of a winning game, but there were also many, many pawns. The Lord said to me,
“I am strategically placing my pawns in positions of power”
I knew in that moment that there was going to be a time when all the pawns moved together to take control of the board that seems lost, to turn the tide on the enemy and, together, make a dominating play. Continue reading “Powerful Play”
To Christians, to those who stand when others bow, refuse to listen to the shouts of man over the still small voice of God. To those who reject the lies poured out by those in power and instead cling to the truth of the written Word.
To the Remnant, the few and far between who speak out when others are silent, who call sin sin and stand on the truth of the scriptures. To those who are willing to take the beating they know will come if they position themselves beside Jesus. To those who step out, knowing full well that stepping forward means you are placing a scarlet letter on your chest, willingly making yourself a target to the masses.
To those who are tired of the lies, of the acceptance of evil, of the wrong that we see flooding into our societies like a tidal wave crashing in and sweeping away everything good and pure. To the people who are reading these words right now and thinking, “this is me, she’s writing to me”, I have one thing to say to you, one thing to beg of you…STAND.
Lord, your people need you, now more than ever before. They are hungry for your Word, their stomachs growl with the desire to digest your truth. Your people are thirsty for your Spirit, their bodies long for the refreshing rain of your presence.
God, if you don’t fall on them, on me, then we will drop by the wayside, become small in a world where we have no choice but to become big if we are to survive. Continue reading “Fall”