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.
Not long ago, we dedicated an entire month to praying for men – God’s men, and men everywhere. We took a lot of names and called each one. The Lord spoke carefully and specifically over each name. We were practicing the queenly character of… Continue Reading “We Weren’t Born That Way…so Let’s Pray.”
Kingdom Queens, I don’t know about you, but I experienced a weekend of challenge and empowerment from God by His presence and His Word. I mean the weekend–Saturday and Sunday. It was wonderful. At some point early in my receiving, I thought about, and… Continue Reading “Shall we pray…again?”
Click here to listen: Living the Character of Willingness At some point, we come back to ourselves and remember our love for God and His constant, unwavering love toward us. We shake ourselves, take courage and do what is necessary to come back to our… Continue Reading “Living the Character of Willingness”
We’re back on the line this evening at 8PM Central to consider the importance of our willingness. My hope is that this lesson (which includes a reverse example) inspires us to review our commitments to God, and in that review to see where we… Continue Reading “But God, I Don’t Wanna…”
Click here to view the promo: Sweet Dreams You know, sometimes other people can see in you an ability that is literally beyond you. My mother and one of my most faithful intercessors were uber-excited (that’s like “very excited”) when I told them last… Continue Reading “Sweet Dreams – An Object Lesson in Willingness”
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