Walk warily, examining all things; a reason for meditating on The Word day and night.

“For we are not fighting against flesh-and-blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places.”
Ephesians 6:12

At the beginning of ‘time’, untruth brought into this realm by the father of lies attempting to re-write or re-state what was Said is essence planted seed for life on Earth…

My brethren, let not many be masters, knowing that we shall receive the greater condemnation. James 3:1

Desiring to be teachers of the law, though they understand neither what they say, nor whereof they confidently affirm. 1 Timothy 1:7

Lord, give us a true understanding of Your Word, we possess Your Spirit in us, the Law was our teacher. It was supposed to teach us until we had faith and were acceptable to Your Essence LORD. But once we have learned faith, there is no more need to have the Law as a teacher. Teach me LORD as I walk with You each moment I pray in Jesus’ name, Amen.

All of you are God’s children because of your faith in Christ Jesus.

God’s PERFECT will be done in your life, Amen.

The perfect will of God is God’s divine plan for your life: the kind of man to marry, what career or ministry to pursue, and so on. It needs you to be very patient and trust God because He wants to give His best, which has His full blessings, not the second best. … With God all things are possible if only we believe.


“‘O My Father, if it is possible, let this cup pass from Me; nevertheless, not as I will, but as You will.’” (Matthew 26:39, NKJV)

By The grace of God, Amen.

Beloved I pray with you: every great mountain before you shall become level ground. May God’s grace be abundant unto you for accomplishment of every set goal before you in Jesus’ name, Amen.

Once and ALL ways, Amen.

For The Lord will not forsake His people for His GREAT name’s sake: because it hath pleased The Lord to make you His people. 1 Samuel 12:22

Beloved I pray for you, for El Shadai’s AWESOME name’s sake, The Lord will not forsake you. https://www.openbible.info/topics/god_holds_me_in_the_palm_of_his_hand May it always please Him to call you His own in Jesus’ name, Amen.


What do you ‘think’?

Remember this:

“Do not judge, and you will not be judged. Do not condemn, and you will not be condemned. Forgive, and you will be forgiven. Luke 6:37

The Bible warns judgmental people that they will be judged by the same measure with which they judge others (Matthew 7:2). Deuteronomy 1:17 suggests that judgment belongs only to God, not to humans. Rather than being judgmental, the Bible instructs people to have compassion and empathy for others (Ephesians 4:32).

Dead to sin.

Christ not only died for our sins – to pay the price for our sin, but He died to sin – so that the power of sin might be broken in the lives of all who believe in Christ. Just as Adam was the federal head of all his physical seed (i.e. all humanity), so Christ is the federal head of all His spiritual seed (i.e. all Church-age believers). Just as all who are physical descendants of Adam are imputed with Adam’s fallen sin nature – so all who are Christ’s spiritual children are imputed with Christ’s perfect righteousness: for as in Adam all die.. even so in Christ shall all be made alive. As in Adam all are condemned, so in Christ there is no condemnation. As in Adam we are all sinners, so in Christ we are all saints. As in Adam we are under the curse of the law and the wages of sin, so in Christ we are not under the curse of the law but under grace. The wages of sin have been paid in full and we have received the free gift of eternal life, through Jesus Christ our Lord.

Christ identified with our sinfulness so that.. as the federal Head of God’s new creation, believers are identified with His righteousness: (for you have been made the righteousness of God in Christ Jesus: Rom.3:22). But we are also identified with His death: (you died with Christ: Rom.6:8). We are identified with His burial: (you were buried with Christ: Col.2:12). We are identified with His resurrection: (you have been raised with Christ: Col 3:1).. and because we are positioned IN Christ, we are seated together with Him in heavenly places: Eph.2:6.

God’s word is not telling us some airy-fairy, unable to comprehend fantastic fantasy. This is truth, but many Christians do not take to heart the truth of Scripture and live a defeated life, through unbelief. But God wants us to believe His word.. to trust His word.. to reckon His word as fact and then to act upon His word.

And we pray:

Heavenly Father, thank You that You identified with my sinfulness so that I might be identified with Your righteousness. Thank You that You not only died for my sin but You died unto sin – so that I might be empowered to live my life in spirit and truth.. as I abide in Christ and He in me. I pray that I would not only hear this truth but act upon it and reckon my old sinful self to be dead to sin and my new life in Christ to be alive in Your Essence through Jesus Christ my Lord. AMEN.


Shelter, Amen.

In need of shelter from life’s storms? Has it been pouring rain, hailing and storming in your life? Well, there is shelter available to you on today. Jesus calls you to run to Him for He is well able and capable of hiding you from life’s storms. He alone can guide you safely through them.

Do you hear God calling you to come seek shelter in Him? Indeed He is! I have no doubt about it!

Hunrting, wounded, feeling abandoned, suffering, afraid, uncertain? You have a Shelter! Safety is in Christ alone! Run to Him!

Lord, we thank You for being our “SECRET PLACE” in the midst of an uncertain and ever changing world.

Thank You Lord!

Bible Verses on Being Known By God

  • Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, before you were born I set you apart; I appointed you as a prophet to the nations.” Jeremiah 1:5
  • For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. Psalm 139:13
  • Your eyes saw my unformed body; all the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be. Psalm 139:16
  • You have searched me, LORD, and you know me. Psalm 139:1
  • You know when I sit and when I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar. Psalm 139:2
  • You discern my going out and my lying down; you are familiar with all my ways. Psalm 139:3
  • Before a word is on my tongue you, LORD, know it completely. Psalm 139:4
  • I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well. Psalm 139:14


Fasting and prayer…

God’s way works!

There is a reason for EVERYTHING! “And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who Love  Him, who have been called according to His purpose” Romans 8:28


Fasting is a spiritual discipline that is taught in the Bible. Jesus expected His followers to fast, and He said that God rewards fasting. Fasting, according to the Bible, means to voluntarily reduce or eliminate your intake of food for a specific time and purpose.

Fasting is a way to humble yourself in the sight of God (Psalm 35:13; Ezra 8:21). King David said, “I humbled my soul with fasting” (Psalm 69:10). You may find yourself relying on God more fully for strength when you fast.

Although the Bible doesn’t give a direct command on this issue, examples of fasting appear in both the Old and the New Testaments. One of the most telling passages in which fasting is mentioned is Matthew 6:16, where Jesus is teaching His disciples basic principles of godly living. When speaking on fasting, He begins with, “When you fast,” not “If you fast.”

Jesus’ words imply that fasting will be a regular practice in His followers’ lives.

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, in his book The Cost of Discipleship, said, “Jesus takes it for granted that His disciples will observe the pious custom of fasting. Strict exercise of self-control is an essential feature of the Christian life. Such customs have only one purpose — to make the disciples more ready and cheerful to accomplish those things which God would have done.”

Fasting prepares you for the works God has ordained for you to do.

Wesley Duewel, a twentieth-century writer, said, “You and I have no more right to omit fasting because we feel no special emotional prompting than we have a right to omit prayer, Bible reading, or assembling with God’s children for lack of some special emotional prompting. Fasting is just as biblical and normal a part of a spiritual walk of obedience with God as are these others.”

People fast for a number of reasons. Following are seven circumstances in the Bible in which believers sought God through this discipline.

1. To prepare for ministry. Jesus spent forty days and nights in the wilderness fasting and praying before He began God’s work on this earth. He needed time alone to prepare for what His Father had called Him to do (Matthew 4:1-17Mark 1:12-13Luke 4:1-14).

2. To seek God’s wisdom. Paul and Barnabas prayed and fasted for the elders of the churches before committing them to the Lord for His service (Acts 14:23).

3. To show grief. Nehemiah mourned, fasted, and prayed when he learned Jerusalem’s walls had been broken down, leaving the Israelites vulnerable and disgraced (Nehemiah 1:1-4).

4. To seek deliverance or protection. Ezra declared a corporate fast and prayed for a safe journey for the Israelites as they made the nine-hundred- mile trek to Jerusalem from Babylon (Ezra 8:21-23).

5. To repent. After Jonah pronounced judgment against the city of Nineveh, the king covered himself with sackcloth and sat in the dust. He then ordered the people to fast and pray. Jonah 3:10 says, “When God saw what they did and how they turned from their evil ways, He relented and did not bring on them the destruction He had threatened.”

6. To gain victory. After losing forty thousand men in battle in two days, the Israelites cried out to God for help. Judges 20:26 says all the people went up to Bethel and “sat weeping before the Lord.” They also “fasted that day until evening.” The next day the Lord gave them victory over the Benjamites.

7. To worship God. Luke 2 tells the story of an eighty-four-year-old prophetess named Anna. Verse 37 says, “She never left the temple but worshiped night and day, fasting and praying.” Anna was devoted to God, and fasting was one expression of her love for Him.


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