Shakespeare writes in Henry the Fourth something that with alteration has become a common phrase. What the King says in the play is “uneasy lies the head that wears the crown”. In a kind of play on this, “Crowns” is a set of teachings on royal (queenly) character.
Well, Kingdom Queens, we’ve come to the end of this road on queenly character. Soon our focus shifts to another aspect of royal living. This final character we consider how to live is judgment. Deborah (Judges 4) introduced us to this queenly characteristic, and… Continue Reading “Living the Character of Judgment”
Click here to listen: Living the Character of Mercy Here’s a recap. #1 – Mercy is for all. Luke 6:36 – Be ye therefore merciful, as your Father is merciful Exodus 33:19 – He will shew mercy on whom He will shew mercy. 1 Timothy… Continue Reading “Oh, Mercy Mercy (to) Me”
Kingdom Queens, By now I’m sure it’s been several years since she ministered this word, but “It’s Time” by Lisa Bevere is still a relevant word. She tells women that we are the answer, not the problem. God created us as the answer…and it’s… Continue Reading “Long Live the Merciful Queen!”
Regarding God’s mercy, there are several things Scripture clearly states: It is reaped when righteousness is sown (Hosea 10:12) It is a function of His sovereignty; He will show mercy to whomever He will (Romans 9:15) It endures forever It is a function of… Continue Reading “Mercy-full Him, Merciful Me”
Kingdom Queen, I sat with my father this evening and watched a documentary on the life of Pastor Donnie McClurkin. My eyes welled up at the telling of several key moments in his life. During footage of him preaching and sharing part of his… Continue Reading “Rule well, royal one”
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