Tuesday

There are six evils God truly hates and a seventh that is an abomination to him: 

Putting others down while considering yourself superior, spreading lies and rumors, spilling the blood of the innocent, plotting evil in your heart toward another, gloating over doing what’s plainly wrong, spouting lies in false testimony, and stirring up strife between friends. These are entirely despicable to God! (Prov 6:16)

God, I invite your searching gaze into my heart. Examine me through and through; find out everything that may be hidden within me. Put me to the test and sift through all my anxious cares. See if there is any path of pain I’m walking on, and lead me back to your glorious, everlasting ways— the path that brings me back to you. (Psa 139:23) ❤️

Tuesday

There are six evils God truly hates and a seventh that is an abomination to him: 

Putting others down while considering yourself superior, spreading lies and rumors, spilling the blood of the innocent, plotting evil in your heart toward another, gloating over doing what’s plainly wrong, spouting lies in false testimony, and stirring up strife between friends. These are entirely despicable to God! (Prov 6:16)

God, I invite your searching gaze into my heart. Examine me through and through; find out everything that may be hidden within me. Put me to the test and sift through all my anxious cares. See if there is any path of pain I’m walking on, and lead me back to your glorious, everlasting ways— the path that brings me back to you. (Psa 139:23) ❤️

Monday

God designed us to feel remorse over sin in order to produce repentance that leads to victory. (2 Cor 7:10)

Many years ago, an archer would take aim at a target and if they missed it would be classed as sin – whether it was by an inch or a mile! 

Sin therefore means to simply ‘miss the mark.’

Whenever we ‘sin’ we miss the mark that our loving Father has set for us, and we can’t whine, sulk or even pout at his choice of mark either – because his Holy Spirit is IN us to help us get there. 

Child of the Living GOD, take aim again in His Strength. ❤️

Friday

Before I confessed my sins, I kept it all inside; my dishonesty devastated my inner life, causing my life to be filled with frustration, irrepressible anguish, and misery. 

The pain never let up, for your hand of conviction was heavy on my heart. My strength was sapped, my inner life dried up like a spiritual drought within my soul. Pause in his presence

Then I finally admitted to you all my sins, refusing to hide them any longer. I said, “My life-giving God, I will openly acknowledge my evil actions.” And you forgave me! All at once the guilt of my sin washed away and all my pain disappeared! Pause in his presence 

This is what I’ve learned through it all: All believers should confess their sins to God; do it every time God has uncovered you in the time of exposing. For if you do this, when sudden storms of life overwhelm, you’ll be kept safe. (Psa 32:3)

Thank you for your Grace and Mercy Lord … ❤️

Wednesday

As Jesus left the house, two blind men began following him, shouting out over and over, “Son of David, show us mercy and heal us!” And they followed him right into the house where Jesus was staying. 

So Jesus asked them, “Do you believe that I have the power to restore sight to your eyes?” They replied, “Yes Lord, we believe!” Then Jesus put his hands over their eyes and said, “You will have what your faith expects!” And instantly their eyes opened—they could see! (Mat 9:27)

Hardened hearts and cynicism leads to acceptance of circumstances and that’s exactly where the devil wants us. Supernatural Grace is far above karma!

Lord I believe, soften my heart please and help my unbelief. ❤️

Saturday

After this I looked, and behold, right in front of me I saw a vast multitude of people—an enormous multitude so huge that no one could count—made up of victorious ones from every nation, tribe, people group, and language. 

They were all in glistening white robes, standing before the throne and before the Lamb with palm branches in their hands. And they shouted out with a passionate voice: “Salvation belongs to our God seated on the throne and to the Lamb!” 

All the angels were standing in a circle around the throne with the elders and the four living creatures, and they all fell on their faces before the throne and worshiped God, singing: “Amen! Praise and glory, wisdom and thanksgiving, honor, power, and might belong to our God forever and ever! Amen!” (Rev 7:9)

Who are the victorious ones? “They are ones who have washed their robes and made them white in the blood of the Lamb and have emerged from the midst of great pressure and ordeal.” (Rev 7:14) 

Jesus will fulfil his promise to lead us all safely home! ❤️

Tuesday

(GOD speaking) “My zeal is a fire that will purge and purify the earth.” (Zeph 3:8

I remember coming home one evening to find my eldest daughter sobbing and finding out that she had been bullied at school by some boy during an RE class. 

I seem to remember my wife saying something like “… we should all be praying for him…” but all I could think at the time was how I was going to be at school tomorrow to sort him out – even if he was only 9!

Our Father GOD is no different towards his kids. He zealous love for us is a fire that brought about the sacrifice of Jesus for us. His zeal for us ALL is a fire that will purge and purify the whole earth. ❤️