Monthly Archives: September 2015

Pain has a Voice

Pain has a voice like no other. More insistent more demanding more threatening Shouting for attention Screaming for relief But not believing for it. Attempting to drown out Faith Arguing with God’s promise. Sometimes it’s a  warning Take stock. Stop. Rest a while Make adjustments. Realign. Don’t over-ride it. This pain is allowed to teach us what we already know but haven’t taken into account. The way to tell the difference? One voice has hope for recovery. The other no hope just intimidation condemnation & endless hopelessness Heed the one ignore the other.

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You Must be Born Again!

You must be born again. John 3:3 The persuasive talker can win an argument not by the value of truth but the strength of his argument. The persuaded sense they have been somehow deceived but have lost the argument. It is that inner voice, that inner knowing that instinctively knows truth from lies, right from wrong. Sometimes it disagrees with the authority of the land, the authority of education, the authority of religion, any or all man made institutions. The one question to ask is is it line with God”s Word. If so you will know this is the spirit to spirit communication of God to the born again believer. … Continue reading

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Fighting Talk

Never say Never! Sometimes your greatest enemy is you!  Believing you will never be good enough.  Never conquer that inherent weakness of character.  Never overcome that one temptation.  Never get off the treadmill of the lower life.  Never have enough time, enough money, enough energy…  It is rare we have none of the resources we need.   No matter how inadequate they seem, the best strategy for their use comes from heaven.                                                         Don’t squander the little you have. Let Godly wisdom help … Continue reading

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Betwixt Heaven and Earth

Have you plateaued?  Do you feel trapped on a narrow ledge? Unable to go on  Unwilling to go back Stranded! Fear steps  back Faith steps forward  Calculate the odds Which way are you facing? Which way do you want to go?  If you are headed in the right direction  It would take more effort to turn around than continue.

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