No Strings Attached

No Strings Attached

This morning I was meditating on one of my all-time favorite verses: The Lord has appeared of old to me, s​ aying: ​“Yes, I have loved you with an everlasting love; Therefore with lovingkindness I have drawn you.” Jeremiah 31:3 NKJV The words “drawn you” at the end of the verse popped off the page…

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Got Prayer Burnout?

Got Prayer Burnout?

A couple of years ago a friend asked me to agree with him in prayer about something. At that time the Lord laid four scriptures on my heart to stand on. And although my friend has seen some improvement, things are not where they should be. Last week, his need came up in my spirit…

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Hey You, GO!

Recently I started sharing healing videos on a platform other than Facebook. I realized that my Facebook friends mostly consist of Christians, many ministers, and people of faith. Many of us seem to belong to the same tribe and speak the same spiritual language. But I’ve been amazed once I broke out of just this circle, to find how many people have never even heard of great fathers of the faith like Kenneth Hagin, Lester Sumrall, Charles Capps, Norvel Hayes or even Reinhard Bonnke. That means the message these people carried was not just lost to them, it’s never even been found.

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The Greatest Prophecy Ever Given

It seems like two things are happening right now: First, there are A LOT of prophecies being spoken–like, really a lot. Second, people are expectantly waiting to see the fulfillment. And that is the nature of prophecy–we want to see it come to pass. I would like to share with you one of the greatest…

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Some Things You Just Need To Ignore

She campaigned long and hard for a presidential candidate many years ago. I don’t remember her name or even the candidate, but I remember reading that she wore herself to the point of exhaustion. As vote counting continued into the wee hours of the morning, she could no longer fight sleep. Upon awakening, she was…

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Kindness Is A Choice, Not A Feeling

Today I was in a long line at a dollar store. Four customers in front of me was a 91 year old man. I heard him tell the cashier that he had just lost his wife and it was his first Christmas without her. He was buying a mop and a bucket–obviously taking on household…

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The Second Guessing Syndrome

I walked up to the sign-in table of the Children’s Ministry at the mega church I attended–three young children in tow. You had to get your kids signed in early on Sunday morning or the classes might be full. Happy that I was ahead of schedule, I smiled at the woman overseeing registrations and cheerily…

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Your Tattoos Don’t Impress Me

One of the perks of living in Florida is being a  Universal Studios’ passholder.  But even in a fun place there are certain irritations that can crop up–line ditchers, rudeness, impatience–to name a few.   Recently I spent a few days meditating on 1st Corinthians 13, and especially the way it reads in the Amplified…

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To Whom Have You Been Sent?

I’m not going to say it was an audible voice, but when it wakes you up in the middle of the night, it sure seems like it. I heard these words, “For all who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God.” A familiar Scripture found in Romans 8:14. It got me…

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Stop Saying Yes, When You Want To Say No

A movie was playing at the local theater and my daughter, April, asked three girls from work if they’d like to go. Two said yes, but Celine said no–without giving any reason. April told me it initially had the sting of rejection, but later she respected Celine for being so candid. Celine had been studying…

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