From the Pulpit & Into the Garden: "Grow Where You are Planted – Scatter Seeds of Inspiration!"

Clear Sight

“Go and wash in the pool of Siloam (which means “Sent”). So he went away, washed, and came back seeing.”

My goal is for others to see clearly; as was in the case of the man who was blind from birth and had his sight restored, “I must work the works of him who sent me, while it is day. The night is coming, when no one can work.”

You have an incredible task in front of you. I am here to help you maneuver this life.

What is causing your spiritual blindness? Study (John 9) and focus on what you see.

Jesus said, “Those who don’t see will see and those who see, will become blind.” Your eyes need to be opened a bit wider.

I want you to have more clarity and purpose in your work. “Honor who you are; do not let your truth be limited or dimmed in the eyes of another.”

“Get a new pair of glasses. See with the Light of Christ as it fills your entire being.”

 

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The Backside of the Storm!

“On Sunday night, you cried out and prayed without ceasing. I know you were scared, but you listened to my voice and did what I asked. You got to witness my power, the God power. Never doubt what I can do for you!”

“Emotional storms have a front door that blows open, turning life upside down and a back door with drama exiting at a snail’s pace causing more desolation.”*

This summer has been a combination of different storms ranging from death of family and friends, to a hurricane that blew by last week. “Without warning, the backside of the storm hit causing more damage.”*

As I sat in my home last week, I experienced both the front and back side of Hurricane Irma; powerful and terrifying.

I felt the emotional impact of the back side of a storm, around and within.

During meditation, I had a vision. I saw a funnel cloud, spinning round and round; representing how life can spin out of control in a split second.

I was reminded: No matter what happens, “Don’t step into the mess!”

If necessary, step back and out by taking refuge under the wings of the almighty, “When the wind blows your house will not fall.”*

At times, it is necessary to call upon the source of God and the power of heaven.

If you are surviving the back side of a storm, take a very deep breath; assess and keep praying.

Here is prayer I use after a storm passes:

“In the name of Yeshua Jesus, I command this spirit of trauma to be thou removed and cast into the sea; where my eyes cannot see, but my heart and spirit get set free!”

 

*Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life, pg. 49

“God you are our defender and protector.”

These past days have been filled with fear and many other emotions, as we waited for the arrival of Hurricane Irma and all that came with it.

In the midst of prayer, faith stood with me.

Years back, a friend was kind enough to share with me his take on faith: “Patty, God will move mountains but you better bring the bulldozer. We have to dig in our heels and not waiver.”*

At one point, the uncertainty and stress was over the top.

When I began to feel the power of the wind and rain banging on the back side of my home, out of my tool box came Psalm 91; a psalm I recite every morning during prayer time. It is filled with promises of what God will do for us, when we run to him.

For the next seven hours, I sat in a chair and prayed without ceasing the 91st Psalm and other prayers; sending Light to family and friends.

As the wind began to dissipate a bit and the rain began to lighten, a sense of relief and gratitude came over me. God heard every word.

Not only did I not lose power (a miracle), but my house remained in one piece with a few issues and some debris.

“You are our God in whom we trust.”

 

*Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life, pg. 54-55

I AM With You Always!

“A soul united to God and transformed by him draws from within God a divine breath.” (St. John of the Cross)

This week, we have all been in a state of prayer; getting ready for a storm.

There are many storms that come in life; emotional, physical, financial, etc.

Like many of you, there are times in my life that I am afraid. Fear is part of our makeup and nature. It’s ok to have healthy fears. It is the unhealthy fears, the obsessions that can overtake us.

If I use my prayer tools, darkness cannot invade my sacred space.

God does not send us negativity. At Calvary, Jesus said at Calvary, “It is finished.”

We can learn so much by bringing prayer into our life, whether it is embracing the lines from scripture or from another inspirational text.

I remember the first time I came across Psalm 91. This line resonated with me: “You are my defender and the most high my protector. You are my God, in you I trust.” God will stand for and with us when we ask for help.

“We need not fear any dangers at night”. If the sound of thunder drives me out of bed, prayer drops me back in.

Gods promise is: “When they call to me, I will answer them; when they are in trouble, I will be with them. I will rescue them and save them”.

 “Lo, I am with you always. I am always with you.”

Come Closer

Welcome to Rev. Patty’s Inspiration Station Podcast!

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“Let not your heart be troubled.”(Jn 14:1)

Dear God, I come to you for strength; strength of body, mind and soul. I feel the infilling of Your Spirit and assurance of your presence. Thank You, God, for giving me strength!
Dear God, I come to you for the wisdom to know what to do; choosing the course that means growth and understanding. Thank You, God, for giving me wisdom!
Dear God I come to You for the courage to face every experience; standing strong and firm in the midst of situations that require much of me. Thank You, God, for giving me courage!

“Dear God, I Thank You for standing with me, when I need you most!”

 

*Text from Daily Inspiration

The Long Arm of God

“Eternal God is our refuge.”

Many are in way over their head financially, emotionally and physically. It’s a load too much for one to bear.

The water is deep and one cannot touch the bottom with her/his feet.

Do not give up. This is the time to reach out and grab the “Long Arm of God” representing strength and protection.

We sometimes want to fight the battles of life using our own power which eventually fades out.

“Spiritual development means the ability to stand still or stand aside” and let God do the heavy lifting; fighting the good fight, “With whom my hand shall be established; my arm will also strengthen her/him” from everlasting to everlasting.

“Give me your pain of being a spiritual pilgrim during these changing times. Give me your burdens. I will carry them for you just as I carried my Cross.”*

“God’s arm is long; it’s holy and heals.”

 

*Awakening the Inner Ticker of Life, pg. 52

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