“Yearning for a personal relationship with God adds to ones spiritual journey.”
“Prayer is the oil to the lamp of the Light of Life!”
Only the strong will survive the changes that are on your doorstep.
See to it daily that your spiritual foundation is nurtured and strong.
Tend to your spiritual condition and your physical issues will melt away.
The tools or gifts of the earth will sustain and direct you in order to live a life of joy and balance.
If you embrace all that which is dark and negative that is what you will have in your life.
If you embrace all that is of God then your life will take on true meaning.
You will be able to see the sunrise before the storm, with spiritual tools and God-given gifts in hand.
You can and will survive, and function in this new world, in a new way.
The old way of life, the old way creating abundance has changed.
The way one labors has changed.
Flow with the changes and embrace the tools of life.
Come and take my hand, we have a planet to rebuild, lives to restore and hope for a better tomorrow!
Many people are hurting. They are without homes, without food and without love.
This is such a challenge and such a crisis for all.
This is a difficult time for those who are called to be helpers and healers during this time of transition and change. Your job will not be easy.
Perhaps it is best to not look at ‘the work’ as a job, but maybe it is a way of life, incorporate what you love into a labor of love.
Many go about wandering and wondering what to do.
What should I do about my job, or my lack of a job?
The question that is asked, “What should I do?”
“Of myself I am nothing, but with God everything is possible.”
The idea of reaching out and receiving the assistance that you rightly deserve and need; the problem is that man goes about tackling her/his problems in solo mode. Who gets served? No One gets served.
It is necessary to seek help from a higher place above the earth plane. It is necessary to reach out to God.
In this action of reaching out, asking for help, you no longer walk alone throughout your entire life.
Each step you take, there is one who went before you. There is one who walks beside you. There is one that resides within to guide you.
What is the ‘Home Church’ movement?
The ‘Home Church’ movement began during the ministry of Jesus, and continued after his resurrection.
What did Jesus say? “On this rock I will build my church, and death itself will not have any power over it.”
In this passage of scripture, Jesus was speaking with Peter. There are two key words in this passage.
The first is ‘rock’. Rock means the foundation that Jesus laid for us through his teachings and his ministry.
The next word to note is ‘church.’ The definition of the word ‘church’ means people and not an institution, dogmatic rules or a physical building.
The early followers of Jesus had no building or place to meet. They began meeting in their homes.
It was the desire of those who followed Jesus and wanted to carry on his teachings, to gather together in one place. All the believers devoted themselves to the Christ’s teachings, and to fellowship, and to sharing in meals (including the Lord’s Supper), and to prayer. (Acts 2:42)
They prayed, broke bread together and carried the message of the ‘Good News’ to all who had ears to hear and an open heart. “My prayer is that light will flood your hearts and that you will understand the hope that was given to you when God chose you. Then you will discover the glorious blessings that will be yours together with all of God’s people.” (Ephesians 1:18)
We are like-minded souls who are part of the ever-growing home movement of Christ!
Whether you are a kindred who meets with us once a month, or you just pop in via the web, we are glad you are here!
Prayer is a time to commune with God.
In the quietness of prayer, he will make himself known to you.
“In his presence is power. There is power in his presence. Be in his presence everyday.”
Isn’t it better to be rising rather than falling? Perhaps this excerpt, “Risen Life” taken from “God Calling” for April 9th will swing open wide the door of hope for those who serve Him so diligently:
“Arise, shine; for thy light is come, and the glory of the Lord is raised upon thee.” (Isaiah 60:1)
The Call comes on this My Day for all who love me, to arise from earth-bands, from sin, and sloth and depression, distrust, fear, all that hinders the Risen Life. To arise to Beauty, to Holiness, to Joy, to Peace, to work inspired by Love and Joy, to rise from death to Life; remember that death was the last enemy I destroyed. So with death my victory was complete. You have nothing then to fear.
Sin, too, is conquered and forgiven, as you live and move and work with me.
All that depresses you, all that you fear, are powerless to harm you. They are but phantoms. The real forces I conquered in the wilderness, the Garden of Gethsemane, on the Cross, and in the Tomb.
Let nothing hinder your Risen Life. “Risen with Christ,” said my servant Paul. Seek to know more and more of that Risen Life. That is the Life of Conquest. Of that Risen Life was it truly said: “I live; yet not I, but Christ lives in me.”
Fear and despair and tears come as you stand by the empty Tomb.
“They have taken away my Lord, and I know not where they have laid him.”
Rise from your fears and go out into the sunlight to meet me, your Risen Lord, “That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death.” (Philippians 3:10)
This week, I encourage you to retrace your steps with Jesus, as you continue to minister to others.
I pray the videos “Deliver Me O Lord, Part 1” and “Deliver Me O Lord, Part 2” will encourage you to leave behind that which no longer bears fruit in your life.