Tag: Prayer

On Creating Prayer

If you have a detailed business plan, write it out as a prayer, committing the strategies to the glory of God and yourself to implementing them. Charles R. Swindoll I love this! And, I think it applies to all plans — business or not.… Continue Reading “On Creating Prayer”

praying (& speaking) God’s will

Praying God’s will is not a rhema issue, but a logos issue. No one knows all of the logos. We only know what we have known. Thus, it takes time to study the logos to understand God’s will. For us 21st century disciples and… Continue Reading “praying (& speaking) God’s will”

If They Drink Any Deadly Thing… (prophetic warning/reminder)

Mark 16:15-18 (emphasis added) 15 And he said to them, “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation. 16 Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned. 17 And these signs will accompany those… Continue Reading “If They Drink Any Deadly Thing… (prophetic warning/reminder)”

Arrested by a Sunset

Royal Ones,  A few days ago I left work to go to campus and study. Afterwards, I loaded my car to go and as I turned around this was my view.  Wow, right?! I could not move. I leaned against my car and slowly,… Continue Reading “Arrested by a Sunset”

Everything Heals When We Talk to Him

Good day, Royal Ones.  I’m back in school and as soon as I get a handle on my schedule (which shouldn’t be too long), I’ll resume the Judah-Levi-Tribal Identity lessons.  Right now though, this is just an encouragement to keep praying and receive healing.… Continue Reading “Everything Heals When We Talk to Him”

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