Month: February 2015

Watch Out for Well Meaning Witchcraft

Good day, Royal Ones. This is an interesting thought…as both grace extremists and demon chasers have their views of witchcraft. I offer this thought in terms of prayer, and the people in our circles with good intentions who pray witchcraft prayers. According to my… Continue Reading “Watch Out for Well Meaning Witchcraft”

Prayer: Perceive, and then Give Answer

Praying means “being so still that we perceive God’s word to us” (p. 52). But then, it also means answering this word, “whether in words or in deeds”. Praying means coming close to God and wanting to remain close, because He has come close… Continue Reading “Prayer: Perceive, and then Give Answer”

Remove the Filter from Your Prayer

Another beautiful nugget from Bonhoeffer… As I learn his voice, Bonhoeffer’s writings speak from a time where¬†a clear divide existed between right and wrong. Hence, he tends to speak about proper ways to approach God and the spiritual disciplines. This, of course, implies that… Continue Reading “Remove the Filter from Your Prayer”

Beware: Instability is Dangerous

Across the Body of Christ there seems strong¬†agreement about this year producing for the saints. Manifestation, seeing what we prayed for years ago, and more…all a part of this year. Recently during meditation time, I thought about this as well as the many things… Continue Reading “Beware: Instability is Dangerous”

Give Him the “OH”

We learn in the stages and phases of our lives which forms of prayer God calls for from us. We never leave the prayer of supplication, where we allow the Father to search our hearts and try our thoughts and deliver from wicked ways.… Continue Reading “Give Him the “OH””

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