The Return

There has been a lot of interest lately regarding the health benefits of intermittent fasting. It seems that when the body is given a break from digesting or consuming our meals, it can take time for healing. Like our own busy lives, our body needs time to repair...

Why Heal Our Land?

Ownership! A simple but profound paradox. God does not heal what we don’t own. God does not forgive what we won’t confess. God does not hear accusing prayers. He only hears Jesus, and His blood speaks better than the blood of Abel. Ownership is the authority in the...

LOVE and Forgiveness

A woman went to the house Jesus was in, uninvited but desperate to be forgiven. It was a Pharisee named Simon who had invited Jesus to his place for a meal. She knew she wouldn’t be welcomed, not because they did not know her, but because they knew of her, for she was...

The Prayer of David

David, hiding from God for over a year, had his sin laid bare to him and all of Israel. David’s story is in 2 Samuel 11 and 12, but it’s his prayer in Psalm 51 that changed the ending. Below is a simple heart outline of his prayer. Have mercy upon me, O God. David...

The Prayer of Humility

It has now been ten days since the Lord spoke so clearly to me 2 Chronicles 7:14. “If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and...

Healing our Land

Prayer is more a matter of the heart than words. Our words can be correct, but if they do not represent our hearts, then we go unheard. It is not that God does not know that we are praying or long to respond; but rather our approach toward God in self-righteousness,...

Lift Your Head

Limitations and restrictions seem to be everywhere. Wear this, can’t do that, have to be here, not there, outside not inside. It’s enough to make anyone angry, or afraid, or both. For me, I am finding limitations as invitations to enter into the new with Jesus....

The Promise of God

It was so good being together with so many members of our body this Sunday during the Parking lot Service. Our intercessors began early with a Jericho march around our building seven times. Later, worship with the word was transformational as we stepped into...
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