This evening I was downstairs in my office, I began singing praises to the Lord. As I was standing there, I looked down and noticed that my feet were slightly pointing a little to the outside. It’s nothing that you would notice at a glance, but I decided to adjust them and point them straight forward . When I did this, my calves hurt. I found it odd, that just by a slight adjustment to the way my feet were pointing, it caused my calves to hurt. As I was thinking about this, I heard the Lord say, “Just as you did not notice that your feet were not perfectly aligned, and you made the adjustment, I am realigning My church. For My church does not recognize that there is adjustments that need to take place in order for them to go in the direction that I Am moving. Even as you began to feel a slight pain as you adjusted your feet, my church will feel as though it is in pain. However, as the realignment happens in the body, the healing will begin to take place causing a new reformation to come forth in this Land.”
“For the time being no discipline brings joy, but seems sad and painful; yet to those who have been trained by it, afterwards it yields the peaceful fruit of righteousness [right standing with God and a lifestyle and attitude that seeks conformity to God’s will and purpose].”
HEBREWS 12:11 AMP
If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it at least 100 times…”If I could figure out how to put this beauty filter from Snapchat on my face when I go out, I would do it in a heartbeat!” I can just imagine walking in the mall or somewhere with this huge phone in front of my face and only letting people see me through the lens of whatever filter I chose for the day. I have to say, I do enjoy playing with those silly filters and creating stories on Snapchat. I think it’s fun!
One day I was looking to see what new filters came out, and I heard a still small voice speak to me, “All anyone needs is My filter, the blood of Jesus.” To say that it resonated within my spirit would be an understatement. All of a sudden, Continue reading
Yesterday I went mountain biking and I made a big mistake! Now that the park is closing earlier, we were not able to park where we sometimes do at the trail head. We only had an hour to ride, so we decided to park at the bottom and take the connector trail up to the main trails that we wanted to ride.
Lately, I have been thinking about a time when I saw this flower that had been uprooted out of the ground, but yet it was still blooming. As I looked at the flower, I began wondering how it still looked alive, but yet had no way to grow and continue in life. I remember that I asked a friend in church what it could possibly mean if we looked at it in a spiritual way. I will never forget what she told me. She said, “Not everything has to have a spiritual meaning. It’s just a flower.” Continue reading