Friday, March 14, 2014

my source of Joy

Habakkuk 3:17-18
17 Even if the fig tree does not bloom
and the vines have no grapes,
even if the olive tree fails to produce
and the fields yield no food,
even if the sheep pen is empty
and the stalls have no cattle—
18 even then,
I will be happy with the Lord.
I will truly find joy in God, who saves me.

I am the source of joy everything else is conditional it varies depending on weather and attitudes 
i want to be the fountain from where you draw the refreshing waters of joy 
lean on my 

Tuesday, March 11, 2014

His hand on our lives

But from everlasting to everlasting, the Lord ’s mercy is on those who fear him. His righteousness belongs to their children and grandchildren, (Psalms 103:17 GW) 

I will bless your generations like cloud of shade that cover the land 

my shade of Glory will be on your home and generations
many time you have remembered the verse that i burned in your heart 
I never seen the righteous forsaken nor his seed begging for bread  
my promise still stand for your seed 
I will multiply as long as they remain in me i will show my grace and mercy 
My eye will be on you like an eagle can spot the pray from thousands of feet in the sky
know that I not far but I am at hand that means I am at arms length
don't drift alway hold my hand and I will guide you and direct you

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

Roadblocks to Him (Jesus)

What is stoping  us from getting closer to you ?

1. Lack of spiritual hunger. Let's face it: The main reason many Christians get stuck in a rut is they are happy to be there. But God is looking for people who refuse to be content with where they were last year. He is calling you higher. You must ask the Holy Spirit to set your heart ablaze with a desire for more of His presence and power.
David is our example of spiritual hunger. He wrote: "As the deer pants for the water brooks, so my soul pants after You, O God" (Ps. 42:1). He actually felt lousy when he wrote those words, so we can't use our discouragement as an excuse. David fanned the flames of spiritual fervor even when he felt like quitting.
2. Plain old laziness. Many of us become motivated at the beginning of the year to pray, study the Bible, go back to school or lose weight. But nobody wins a race by sprinting the first 50 feet and then sitting down. Winners must stay in the game. You must be determined to finish what you start instead of leaving a trail of aborted attempts.
Paul exhorted the Romans to be "fervent in spirit," but first he warned them not to be "lazy" (see Romans 12:11-12). The Greek word used here, "okneros," is the same word Jesus used in the parable of the "lazy servant" who didn't invest the money he was given by his master. If you are sitting on your dreams or procrastinating when you should be growing your faith, the "lazy" label applies. Don't just start and then give up. Be consistent and keep going.
3. Unpacked baggage. The Israelites who left Egypt could have marched into the Promised Land in a matter of weeks, but they ended up in a holding pattern for 40 years. Why? They were dragging their sin with them. The more weight you drag behind you, the less likely it is that you will reach your destination.
I knew a Christian guy who had a thriving ministry to college students. But because he refused to get help for his pornography habit, his addiction prevented him from functioning normally. It finally weighed him down so much that it destroyed both his marriage and ministry. You may think you can "manage" your sin, but it is more powerful than you are. You can't move forward while carrying a load of shame and addictions. Repent, confess your weakness to someone else and get free.
4. Fear of change. Many people feel a tug in their hearts that says: Start that Bible study. Go on that mission trip. Write that book. Launch that business. But they never get past step one because they feel frozen in their tracks. Nothing will keep you in spiritual limbo like fear. It paralyzes.
Some people keep their dreams inside them for decades—and then they take them to the grave. If you want to grow, you must take risks. Don't let your fear of public speaking, airplanes, crowds, strangers or people's criticism stop you from trusting in the God who is bigger than all those things.
5. Shallow relationships. Who are you hanging around with? Abraham had to part ways with Lot because they had very different goals. Lot had a selfish motive, and Abraham was fully surrendered to God's plan. If you spend all your time with selfish people who are content to live spiritually fruitless lives, you will end up just like them.
If you want to move forward spiritually in 2017, don't expect the crowd to go with you. Some people don't want God's presence. Don't let them drag you down. Be willing to find new friends who will support your spiritual commitment.
6. A religious spirit. Religious people build memorials to honor what God did in 1967, sing songs from that era and write books about "the way we've always done it." Yet when the Holy Spirit calls them to "sing ... a new song" (Psalm 96:1), or if He starts doing "a new thing" (Isaiah 43:19a), they get offended. They insist God must move the exact same way He did 50 years ago.

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

You are the key to wisdom

God what do you want to say to me today ?

The deepest hole

He said, “I cried out to the Lord in my great trouble, and he answered me. I called to you from the land of the dead, and Lord, you heard me! You threw me into the ocean depths, and I sank down to the heart of the sea. The mighty waters engulfed me; I was buried beneath your wild and stormy waves. (Jonah 2:2, 3 NLT)

Friday, February 14, 2014

the treatment of other

How would you have me show greater respect for my family and spouse and my children: 
Hugs then love them with a love that they will know that I am with you and working in you 
because i am love and i have shown you my love & have brought you this far and have taken care of you 
* when you felt alone that your mom had left you when you were crying I was there even if you didn't know it but i had you by the hand 
* I want to heal your heart and your deep hurts i want to heal your kids that have gone through so much 

Jump in the river
sometimes you have felt left  out but what i was doing is preparing you for a special mantel 

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Longing to hear your voice

God what are trying to tell me :
This is a new day for you my child you will start to see my hand and my glory I desire for you to put your ear to my chest and pay attention to my voice  there will be many distrctions but if you fight the giant you will see the beuty of my rest and the victory that is within me

Going deeper

I am making the switch to deeper things 
My goal is to use the blog to journal
Using 4 keys
I am really looking forwart to seen what God is going to do

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