Month: June 2021

Speak God’s Word into your circumstance

God’s spoken word, from us, is so much more powerful than what we really understand. His Word (the Bible) is powerful, living  and sharper than a two edged sword. The Word can divide our soul from our spirit and can discern our thoughts and intents of our hearts. Only the Word can do that.   

When we pray God’s Word and speak it into and over our lives, it will accomplish what God has purposed it to accomplish. Find a scripture, God’s Word, to speak into your circumstance. Meditate on it day and night. Make it part of yourself. Pray it and speak it out loud. Believe it!

Nothing is too big or too little for our God to handle. NOTHING! He cares about every situation we face. Big and small. And, there is a Word of God that can use fight every situation we face.



I will choose to praise Him in the hallway

Sometimes it is so hard to wait on what the Lord has for us to do or where to go. Have you ever felt like He was leading you somewhere but the doors you thought were going to open, didn’t? 

I have. In fact, I am feeling that way right now. I am sure the Lord has directed me to begin this ministry. I have taken steps of faith not knowing what might happen or where it will lead me. And, not only me but my family….scary!! But, I will continue to move forward believing God is leading me. It becomes my choice to either stand in fear and try to MAKE something happen that I want to happen. Or stand still knowing God will open the doors that need to be opened and close the doors that need to be closed.  And, then by faith walk through those doors.

I choose joy and peace today knowing God will take care of me no matter what. And, I choose to praise Him in the hallway while I wait.

What does it mean to be “in Christ”?

Who are we now?

When you accepted Christ into your life you changed. Maybe not to others but a change did happen in you. Your identity changed. Christ came to live in you. Galatians 2:20 – “I have been crucified with Christ; it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself for me.” (NKJV)

“It is not longer I who live…” What does that mean to us? It means that we died into the life of the first Adam and were reborn into the life of the new Adam, Jesus Christ. What does that life look? It means that every day we remember who is in us. We declare who we are out load. “Christ lives in ME!” The same powerful Spirit that God used to raise Jesus from the dead lives in us. Wow! That Spirit is so powerful that it caused the earth to shake, the curtain to tear, rocks to split, and raise saints from the dead! Matthew 27: 51-53 – “Then, behold, the veil of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom; and the earth quaked, and the rocks were split, and the graves were open; and many bodies of the saints who had fallen asleep were raised, and coming out of the graves after His resurrection, they went into the holy city and appeared to many.” (NKJV)

If that power can do all that, don’t you think it has the power to heal you? So, why do we walk in sickness. Many reasons but one is that we have not grasped the idea of the relationship we now have with Christ.

I’ll go into more of this later. But today, I just want you to meditate on what I said and what Galatians 2:20 means to you. Feel free to comment below.