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King of Kings

I have been reading about kings…and it has been a good read.  I have been transported to the North and to the South…in a fantasy world, that an awesome author created….but, alas, all of the story, does not match with what I have known of my true King. This King who has come here, to experience life with us…amazing.

That He created the world, and yet came to us as a mere human being, lived as we would live…What love  must that have been?  The creator of the universe comes to feel His creation.  He comes to understand His people.

Oh, my God…that you would know me.  One of so many.  I cherish you.  You, my God, are my one true King…You will always be mine, you will always be near.  I love you with all of my heart, with everything that I am…and I will shout it to the world!!


Sunday’s Service: “My thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are My ways your ways.”

Praise to the King of the Universe!

May I never take for granted the amazing privilege it is to be able to communicate with You!

Praise to the God of Creation!

May I keep in mind Who I commune with and understand that Your Way is the only Way.

Praise to the Holy Spirit!

May I be still and Listen.  You are the great Director, who enables me to receive the voice of God .

Praise to Jesus Christ!

May I never stop thanking you for dying on the Cross, so that I can have Life, so that I can be strengthened by You to continue on the path that You have set for me.

Your thoughts and your ways are much higher than mine. Thank You, that I can rest in the fact that, even though I may not be able to comprehend the majesty of You, it is well.

Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost.


Audacious faith confessions…(Post A Day: What is your strategy for life?)

What is my strategy for life?…Recently I read the book Sun Stand Still by Pastor Steven Furtick. In the Chapter, Hear, Speak, Do, Pastor Furtick challenged me to preach to myself…”You see, there are going to be many points alont the way when you’re not going to have anyone around to motivate you or encourage you. And in those moments; you’d better be able to open God’s Word, look in the mirror and remind yourself of the truth.” (p. 113).  He listed what he called “Audacious Faith Confessions.”  Continue reading