“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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“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
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“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
“Will I not meet all your needs?”
Wherefore, on any given day; why worry? Is your abundance in this life dependent upon man or God?
“How will I do this or do that?” “Take no thought of your life.” Trust God with the details.
Worrying spoils all the efforts and forward motion of the Spirit; stopping one in her/his tracks and is a robber of one’s peace.
Pursuant of our strength, it is via the power of the Shekinah Spirit that moves and breathes; in and through us.
Move forward in boldness and be blessed in the purpose of your life.
“I have everything in your life in the palm of my hand.”
It’s not about the change. It’s what happens when we step into the change.”
“Here I Am! I Am Ready!” So many make promises and yet, stumble along the way. Who is it that you serve, God or man? “Am I the one you lean into?”
It is much easier to pretend to be someone or something you are not, than it is to admit that the direction of one’s path has come about by your own power instead of God’s Shekinah power and nothing is working. What’s next? Find that part of you that yearns to be with me. Step out and be!
Here you stand now. If you are really ready; welcome the change. The cross+road is before you. Are you stepping in or stepping out?
“All you need to do is cross the road and I will be waiting for you. Here is where we begin our journey, together; the one without all the forks in the road.”
“I will lead you out of darkness and into the Light. Stand strong and tall.”
Is there Light at the end of the tunnel? How do we get there? How does one harness the spiritual power to keep on moving when the going gets tough?
When your faith is tested, let steadfastness have its full effect. So, let it grow and as your endurance is developed, you will be complete, needing nothing. (Ja.1)
We come to the realization that God is in charge and can co-create a partnership that allows his strength to come forth and cover us, “Stand firm. Let nothing shake you. Be full of energy for the work of the Lord.” (1 Cor.)
Prepare to follow a newly charted course; pray and affirm divine order. Call on Shalom Nissi, the God who offers strength.
“Finally, build up your strength in union with the Lord and by means of his mighty power.” (Eph. 6)
Give thanks, dear friends, God is at work. Be steadfast in faith. Let the power of the Shekinah Spirit flow through you.
“Keep what is written in the holy book on your lips and in your heart, at all times. Recite it day and night, so that you will be sure to do all that it says. Only then will you be successful on your journey; only then will you act with wisdom. I am telling you: Be strong and courageous. Don’t be afraid. Don’t be dismayed or discouraged for your God is with you wherever you go.” (Josh.1)