Monthly Archives: October 2015

We can’t shoot each other while letting the enemy get away

How happy is the one whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered! How happy is the man the Lord does not charge with sin, and in whose spirit is no deceit! – Psalm 32:1-2 I’ve been meditating on this … Continue reading

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Color My Bible!

Sometimes reading Scripture is super insightful and exciting. I love those times when I lose track of time reading Scripture, because the Lord is showing me His heart through His Word. I’ve got to be real, though. Sometimes it’s not … Continue reading

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Jerusalem: For freedom we’ve been …stuck in an elevator?!

I’m finding a common theme in these stories of being able to pray for people. It was never a moment people would deem as “super spiritual”. It didn’t happen within four walls or in a healing meeting. In fact, the … Continue reading

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Jerusalem: Buying Ice Cream, Praying for Healing

The Story: Perhaps I’ve been given the divine gift of timely dessert cravings. Why? A few nights ago I experienced, for the second time, a divine encounter in the midst of a late night ice cream run to the convenient … Continue reading

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Jerusalem: The Lady in a Pink Scarf

Praying for people isn’t a lost art. In fact, it’s not lost, nor is it an art; it’s simply a normal part of life for any Jesus follower. Thus, I’ve been asking the Lord lately to guide me to specific … Continue reading

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