• Grace In the Midst of Foolishness!

    1 Samuel 25 recounts the story of Nabal, Abigail, and David.   This story happened after Samuel died, and before David was crowned King.   I couldn’t help but practically weep over the grace that Abigail walked in as I read this story today, and how it propelled her to protect the destiny of the King David of Israel, and the entire nation of Israel’s destiny.   Hold on to your seats for this one!

    Nabal was a rich businessman with three thousand sheep and a thousand goats.  Super rich.  He is also immediately described as being harsh and evil.   While he was shearing his sheep in Carmel, David was in the wilderness and heard about Nabal shearing his sheep.   He told his men to go up to Nabal and give him a peaceful greeting and tell him that his men have been near by him and haven’t messed with him, stolen anything, or insulted him in anyway.  David told them to tell him basically that they were in good spirits and kind of wanted to party and feast with him, and did he want to do it.  I mean, after all, he was a very wealthy man. At this point, David probably thought that Nabal knew who David was!?  (David was the best friend of King’s Saul’s son Jonathan, and worked for King Saul.)  Maybe that’s why David thought he would give it a shot.

    It was actually an honor that he was requesting to feast with Nabal.   However, when David’s men came to Nabal with the request, Nabal sneered at him and basically assumed that David’s men were just off doing their own thing apart from their master David. It seems like he accuses them of goofing off on their own.   Then, he goes on to imply that David means nothing to him, and he wasn’t going to be generous to a stranger.

    David was very angry, so he took up his sword and about four hundred of his men, and went towards Nabal’s place, ready to probably just attack Nabal’s house and/or take some stuff that they needed.

    And then comes Abigail, Nabal’s wife.   She quickly has her servants get a bunch of food and wine and carry it out to them on donkeys. She didn’t even tell her husband Nabal what she was doing.   David was armed and pretty pissed when she met him on the path in the hidden part of the mountain.

    Can you imagine being Abigail?  Meeting a pretty angry warrior of a man with four hundred men ready to attack your household, and running out to meet him before he makes it to you.   Talk about a fearless woman of grace wisdom! She was certainly protecting her entire household from bloodshed, (no doubt there were entire families that were servants in her household), and covering her foolish husband’s butt.

    She kneels before David and says that he shouldn’t blame Nabal, but her!    She tells David not to pay attention to her foolish husband’s unkind and haughty words.   She tells him that the gift that she is giving is him is because he is fighting the battles of the Lord.  She knew this!  She obviously was very aware of what calling and anointing was upon David. She even blessed him with an amazing statement.

    28”Please forgive the transgression of your maidservant; for the LORD will certainly make for my lord an enduring house, because my lord is fighting the battles of the LORD, and evil will not be found in you all your days. 29“Should anyone rise up to pursue you and to seek your life, then the life of my lord shall be bound in the bundleof the living with the LORD your God; but the lives of your enemies He will sling out as from the hollow of a sling. 30“And when the LORD does for my lord according to all the good that He has spoken concerning you, and appoints you ruler overIsrael, 31this will not cause grief or a troubled heart to my lord,both by having shed blood without cause and by my lord having avenged himself. When the LORD deals well with my lord, then remember your maidservant.”

    Abigail knew he was going to be ruler over Israel.  How did she know?  Maybe this was just an insight from the Lord.  Maybe she was prophetic?!  She also gave David a bit of a correction by saying that David was not going to avenge himself, and therefore the Lord’s protection would be upon him.

    David wasn’t really in the right frame of mind either.  There is no mention of David being told by God that he should go and attack Nabal.  So, essentially Abigail was also protecting David’s calling and anointing, even before he was crowned King.  I mean, Abigail pronounces this great blessing upon him.  It’s like she see in the spirit what is to come.  She moves so swiftly without a moment’s hesitation.   God used her to protect the destiny of the King of Israel, thus protecting the destiny of the people of Israel.

    Who knows what would have happened if she had just been sitting at her house, being super annoyed by her husband’s foolishness and evil ways and became bitter and consumed by greed.  Many a wealthy woman has allowed wealth to corrupt her spiritual senses.  Not Abigail.  She was in the middle of a probably very bad marriage, with a man who was only out for himself and not serving the Lord.  Who knows if Nabal had always been like this. He could have once been a devout man of God who allowed the wealth to corrupt him.    She was not corrupted!  She didn’t allow the wealth to corrupt her.   She doesn’t appear to be in any bitterness, though she does state that Nabal is evil.  Another option for her would have been to just run when she heard the news about David and his men coming for her house with the sword.   Then, her evil husband would have died, and she would have been rid of him that way!  But nope!  Sh protected everyone!

    I want to walk in this kind of grace.  Grace in the midst of other people’s stupidity and foolishness.  Covering others, when they don’t deserve it.  Protecting the destiny of others, even when my own reputation is possibly at risk.   Honoring others that I am in relationship with, even when they are selfish and mean.

    The Holy Spirit must instruct us on how to honor others and operate in grace, when it’s so very difficult.  This powerful story is so relevant to me as a woman who wants to be used by God in whatever way He desires.  You never know when God is wanting to use you in the midst of other people’s foolishness. Get bitter, or get better!

    More to come  on the rest of Abigail’s story. It turns out better than she could have possibly imagined!

  • If You Want the Cat, Don’t Call the Dog

    “Death and life are in the power of the tongue, And those who love it will eat its fruit.” Proverbs 18:21 (NASB)

    I am at home overcoming a cold today. Notice, I did not say “I have a cold” because I do not wish to possess it. It is not mine. It does not lay claim on me. I speak from a position of victory, not defeat. If I want the cat, I will not call the dog! Metaphorically speaking, this means, speak what you want, instead of clinging to what you don’t want to keep.

    “who Himself bore our sins in His own body on the tree, that we, having died to sins, might live for righteousness— by whose stripes you were healed.”     1 Peter 2:24 (NKJV)

    This doesn’t mean that I have to lie! I might say, “I am overcoming some pretty intense cold symptoms, but I know that the healing power of Jesus Christ is working in my body.”

    There are some phrases that I have removed from my vocabulary.

    “I don’t know what I am going to do.”
    “I don’t know how I am going to do it.”

    This is what the Word says as to how we should look at circumstances in which we FEEL like our brain doesn’t know what to do.

    “But when He, the Spirit of truth, comes, He will guide you into all the truth; for He will not speak on His own initiative, but whatever He hears, He will speak; and He will disclose to you what is to come.”   John 16:14 (NASB)

    “You are to speak to him and put the words in his mouth; and I, even I, will be with your mouth and his mouth, and I will teach you what you are to do.” Exodus 4:15 (NASB)

    So, our spirit knows what to do. The Spirit of Truth who resides on the inside, knows what do.

    This is my new language:

    “I know The Holy Spirit will show me how to do this, even though I feel overwhelmed.”

    Is it easy to change your language?! Nope. If you’ve been saying things like this your whole life, it takes time!

    Stop staying, “I think I’m catching a cold.”
    Do you want to?! Don’t call the dog, if you want the cat!

    Stop saying, “I have asthma.” Or “I have diabetes.” Or “I have allergies.” Or “I have migraines.” Or “I don’t sleep well.” Or “my allergies are really bad today” or “my acne is so very bad” or “my —-itis is awful.”

    Change it to: “I’ve been battling asthma pretty badly, but I know I’m healed by the stripes of Jesus.” “I’ve been battling allergies pretty badly, but I know I’m healed.” “I’ve been battling migraines, but I know the healing power of God is working in me.” “The acne on my face is getting so much better in Jesus’ Name.” “I believe I am receiving the full manifestation of my healing from…….., and the same power that raise Jesus Christ from the dead IS quickening my mortal body!”

    “But if the Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead dwells in you, He who raised Christ from the dead will also give life to your mortal bodies through His Spirit who dwells in you.”
    Romans 8:11  (NKJV)

    Will this make a difference?! Yes, yes, yes! All the difference in the world! I’ve lived this! I am believing God for healing from certain physical ailments, and I am seeing a major difference in my body!

    I don’t care if the doctor has given you the worst report ever, watch what comes out of your mouth. Speak from a position of victory, and not defeat!

  • Stand Still, Hold Your Peace


     Exodus 14:10 -20 NKJV

    13 And Moses said to the people, “Do not be afraid. Stand still, and see the salvation of the Lord, which He will accomplish for you today. For the Egyptians whom you see today, you shall see again no more forever. 14 The Lord will fight for you, and you shall hold your peace.”

              On the path to walking in abundant life, we must remember that the glory of God is the answer. Let’s look at the scripture passage for a minute.
              First of all, the Israelites had been running away from their bondage. This was the first step that God had them take. They had recognized the lies they had been living under while in slavery to the Egyptians.   They needed to start running. However, they got to a certain spot and they recognized that the Red Sea was in front of them and they were trapped. At least, that’s what they thought!
              Then, they freaked out and exclaimed to Moses. “Why did you bring us here? It would’ve been better for us to stay back in Egypt in slavery or die in the wilderness!” (My paraphrase!)   God’s response to them was to stand still and hold their peace. He was going to deliver them, and they need not fight the Egyptians, but just stand still and hold their peace.
              Then, God had Moses stretch out his staff over the sea, and God made a way for the Israelites to go on dry ground through the midst of the sea. The Egyptians actually would follow them, however, God said that he would harden their hearts. God wanted the Egyptians to know that he was the Lord to be honored above Pharaoh.
              If you look at the New Living Translation for verse 18 it says “When my glory is displayed through them, all Egypt will see my glory and know that I am the Lord!”  The glory cloud made a way through the Red Sea for them to follow, and leave the Egyptians behind to be swallowed up by the waters of the Red Sea.
             You may feel like all the bondage you are trying to break free of is chasing you. You keep running. You keep praying, and trying to figure out why you can’t break free of the torment, bondage, or fear.  God wants you to know that He is fighting for you, and you need only right now to stand still. Hold your peace.
             “Stand still” means to stop working and striving for your own deliverance.  When we stand still we are in a place of worship and surrender, in which we know that God is the only one who will be able to overcome this thing for us.  When we worship we come into contact with the glory of God, the very essence of His nature, the light that is him. This glory is powerful over all demons, and silences them!
              So, today stand still, hold your peace, and worship the living God. Watch his glory light up your life and dispel all the darkness so you can break through to freedom and the areas where you have been bound! When we work God rests, but when we rest, God works.
  • Get Out of the Boat!

    get-out-boat-image-only-for-blog-post24 But the boat was already a long distance from the land, battered by the waves; for the wind was contrary. 25 And in the fourth watch of the night He came to them, walking on the sea. 26 When the disciples saw Him walking on the sea, they were terrified, and said, “It is a ghost!” And they cried out in fear. 27 But immediately Jesus spoke to them, saying, “Take courage, it is I; do not be afraid.”   28 Peter said to Him, “Lord, if it is You, command me to come to You on the water.” 29And He said, “Come!” And Peter got out of the boat, and walked on the water and came toward Jesus. 30 But seeing the wind, he became frightened, and beginning to sink, he cried out, “Lord, save me!” 31 Immediately Jesus stretched out His hand and took hold of him, and said to him, “You of little faith, why did you doubt?” 32 When they got into the boat, the wind stopped.  (Matthew 14: 24 – 32 NASB)

    Peter gets out of the boat, and starts walking on the water.  He actually gets out of the boat. Out of all the disciples, he got out.

    First of all, he either had some serious faith in Jesus, or he was just a crazy daredevil-type of guy who just wanted a thrill!  I think it is the first option.  

    Peter seems to show the desire to do the impossible through the power of God.  He didn’t just want to stay calm in the midst of the storm, when Jesus tells them all to not be afraid, he wants to take it a step further.  He has his eyes fixed on Jesus so much that he forgets about the storm – the boisterous wind and waves.  He gets out of the boat and starts walking, and then he SEES the wind and waves.  He was focusing on Jesus, but he had a “moment” when he stopped looking at Jesus.  At that point he cried out for Jesus to save him!  Of course, Jesus puts out his hand and rescues Peter.  

    What principles can we glean from Peter’s experience?  

    One look away from Jesus in the storm can make the “wind” and “waves” of life suddenly appear to be the scariest thing ever.

    What “wind” and “waves” do you have in your life that are trying to engulf you?

    If we are bound up with fear, then our eyes are not on Jesus. We have to approach the throne of God and surrender all of our fear to Him.  We have to think about what we are thinking about!  We don’t have to think every thought that pops into our head.  If our head is leaning towards the the negative, then we need to expose our minds to the Word of God and His promises.  “Fixing” our eyes on Jesus means – fixing our eyes on God’s Word, and what He says about our circumstances.

    I often take just one Scripture to meditate on in any given day, that helps me to combat any recurring negative thoughts that keep trying to pop into my head.  Look at this one…

    1 Therefore, since we have so great a cloud of witnesses surrounding us, let us also lay aside every encumbrance and the sin which so easily entangles us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, 2 fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of faith, who for the joy set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. (Hebrews 12:1-2 NASB)

    The word “fixing” comes from a Greek word that means looking away from all else, to fix one’s gaze upon.  Hello!  Now, that’s the challenge! This is do-able, or why would the apostle Paul mention this?!  It even sounds like a command! —- Fix your eyes on Jesus, or else you will sink!  

    I’ve been there.  In fact, I’m really there every day.  I start “sinking” every time I take my eyes of Jesus.    The longer it takes me to focus my eyes back on Jesus, the farther I sink!

    The good news is, when we do focus on our eyes on Him, He actually takes care of the rest – He perfects our faith.   The perfecting of our faith is on the inside of us.  The building up of our “muscle” of faith is the work of the Holy Spirit in our lives.  It is about us “working” the Word.  When we work the Word, the Word works!   

    Peter’s faith muscle was big enough to get him out of the boat, but it wasn’t quite built up enough yet to walk on the water for very long, so Jesus had to grab him.   The moment Jesus grabbed him, the wind and waves stopped.  

    I have had so many moments like this in my life.  I’m going along, stepping out in faith, doing some things that are risky, trying to walk on the water, and then “BAM!” all of a sudden I start focusing on myself and my ability or on the “wind” and “waves”.  It might take me anywhere from a day or two to a couple of weeks to get myself to call out to Jesus in the midst of my “sinking” feeling.   And then I see Him reach out and grab my hand and lift me out of the fear that is trying to take me under.   Every time He does this, there is a calm that comes to my soul.

    In this instance with Peter, the “wind” and “waves” immediately stop when Jesus pulls him up out of the water.   In our lives the “wind” and “waves” on the outside may or may not stop when we call out to Jesus, but the wind and waves on the inside can always immediately stop!

    We need to remember, too, that a little faith is all it takes to get out of the boat.   Jesus can take it the rest of way.  If our faith falters, Jesus can catch us.  He truly is the perfecter of our faith.

    Jesus asks Peter why he doubted Him, as if to say, “You don’t have to doubt me for a single second.  I got you. My hand will always be here to save you.”

    We can have full assurance that we CAN get out of the boat, and we CAN walk on the water.  And one day we may just walk for a long distance without sinking at all!  Hallelujah!

    We have to believe that our day is coming soon to “walk on the water”.  For now, we may just need to be like the other disciples and start with the “be not afraid” part before we step out of the boat.  That’s okay if that’s where you are for now.

    I’ve been one of the other disciples a lot in my life, but I would like to be like Peter, even if I start sinking sometimes.  How about you?!

    You can get out of the boat. 

    You can walk on water. 



  • Give Your Way Out of Lack

        Philippians 4 (NASB)

     10 But I rejoiced in the Lord greatly, that now at last you have revived your concern for me; indeed, you were concerned[before], but you lacked opportunity. 11 Not that I speak from want, for I have learned to be content in whatever circumstances I am. 12 I know how to get along with humble means, and I also know how to live in prosperity; in any and every circumstance I have learned the secret of being filled and going hungry, both of having abundance and suffering need. 13 I can do all things through Him who strengthens me. 14 Nevertheless, you have done well to share [with me] in my affliction.   

    Paul speaks here of being content in His relationship with God no matter what his financial state is.  He has been rich.  He has been poor.  He says the secret to being content is to lean on Christ in Him to strengthen him every day. However, let’s look at what he says next about his current financial state that would be result of him leaning on Christ who strengthens Him.  

    15 You yourselves also know, Philippians, that at the first preaching of the gospel, after I left Macedonia, no church shared with me in the matter of giving and receiving but you alone; 16 for even in Thessalonica you sent [a gift] more than once for my needs. 17 Not that I seek the gift itself, but I seek for the profit which increases to your account. 18 But I have received everything in full and have an abundance; I am amply supplied, having received from Epaphroditus what you have sent, a fragrant aroma, an acceptable sacrifice, well-pleasing to God.

    In the previous verses he told us about his ability to be content whether rich or poor, but here we learn that this church was his financial support.  No other church but the one in Philipi gave like they did, according to verse 15.   Even when he was in Thessalonica and could have received all his support just from them, the church at Philippi still sent him money gifts to cover his needs!  He clearly emphasizes that he wasn’t seeking after this financial blessing and he was not desperate for it (because Christ was His strength), but he was glad that they sent it because he knew that it was adding to their heavenly account and was going to increase the financial blessing on their own lives.    Paul was amply supplied.  He had more than enough!  He had prosperity at this time in his ministry.  He didn’t lack for financial support.

    Ministries thrive because of our giving.   God needs us to give to His Kingdom work.  The money didn’t fall from the sky into Paul’s lap.  It was the result of the Philippians understanding that they were partners with Paul in ministry.  He ministered to them the Word and discipled them.  They ministered to him by taking care of him financially.   What ministry is helping you to grow?  What ministry or individual is pouring into you?  Are you giving to them?   

    He further expounds here that because of their lavish giving, God would supply all their needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.  God supplying all of their needs was connected with their giving.  Let’s not get religious here and say that this is just spiritual needs, because all the previous verses are about money.    Not only would their needs be supplied, but they would be supplied according to God’s riches in glory in Christ Jesus!  That’s abundance!  

    We have to understand that our giving our lack thereof is directly connected to our current financial status.   Even if there is not much in your bank account, and you are having a hard time paying your bills and paying off your debt – increase your giving as much as possible.  Take a risk, pray and let God show you what amount (that may be greater than you think you can afford), and just see what God will do in your finances!  The Philppians gave out of their gratitude to Paul for his ministry to them, and God blessed their giving hearts in return.

    Over the years I have given a lot of offerings to ministries that have poured into my life, over and above my tithe to my church.   I have seen tremendous increase year-by-year the more that I have given!   If you tithe that’s a good start, but I challenge you to give over and above that.  (If you don’t tithe, then that’s a whole different discussion.) Put some expectation in your giving while you are at it!

    Bible passages taken from:  http://biblehub.com/nas/philippians/4.htm


  • Proverbs 31 for the Single Woman

    Our Heart, His Heart

    An excellent wife, who can find?  For her worth is far above jewels. 

    Proverbs 31:10 NASB

    “Excellent” in the Hebrew means strength, might, efficiency, wealth, army.   A woman of strength, might, efficiency, and wealth, who is strong like a member of an army is worth more than jewels or money.    If men would realize this, there would be a lot less choosing based on solely on looks, and a lot more choosing based on Godly character.   In God’s eyes I am a woman who is worth more than jewels or money.  Do you walk in the knowing that your Heavenly Father sees you as a gem?  

    I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.  Psalm 139:14 NKJV

    For You formed my inward parts; You covered me in my mother’s womb.

     Psalm 139:13  NKJV

    [ The Redeemer of Israel ] But now, thus says the Lord, who created you, O Jacob, And He who formed you, O Israel: “Fear not, for I have redeemed you; I have called you by your name; You are Mine.   Isaiah 43:1 NJKV 

    Oh, Beloved, the Lord wants you to rest in this Truth.   He formed your inward parts.    He knows how to keep you well spirit, soul, and body.

     The heart of her husband trusts in her,  And he will have no lack of gain.  She does him good and not evil.  All the days of her life.  Proverbs 31 NASB

    “Heart” in Hebrew is the inner man, mind, will, understanding, soul, and seat of courage.   Emotional and spiritual intimacy is implied here.   This is great to think about in terms of marriage, but as a single person, Jesus is our husband.

    Do you connect with the heart and mind of God?  

    Does God entrust to you the secrets of His heart?

    Do you open up and really share your heart with God, too?

    A man should be so relaxed and trust in his wife that he can share his hopes and dreams with her, and she should feel the same way about her husband. This is the same with our Husband Jesus.

    Have you hidden any places from God?

    Are you submerging any fears?

    Are you trying to conquer something on our own, without letting Him in on it?

    Intimacy is constant in-to-me-see.  It is a daily relationship.   It takes time.   It takes honesty.   It takes getting away from busyness and separate ourselves to be with our Lover, our husband, Jesus.  He wants to share the secrets of His heart with us.  He wants to share His vision for our lives to us.    He wants to be able to entrust precious promises to us and see us trust in Him so much that we are patient as He fulfills them.

    A husband may quit sharing his hopes and dreams for the  future if the wife continuously questions and doubts that it can come to pass.  Your Husband wants to continue to shares His hopes and dreams for you with you.  If you have stopped dreaming of a bright future, and have lately been more focused on the negative circumstances of your life, then begin to be quiet more and listen to the heart of God.  

    A confident woman is one who accepts the dreams that her Husband Jesus shares with her!    She longs to be with Him, to hear her Husband’s heart.   She wants to slow down and take the time to be with her Husband.  It is her priority.   Beloved, make your sharing your heart with Him a priority.  It will make all the difference in your life. You’ll never be the same.


  • Rejoice In The Lord Always!

    And Relax in His Grace…

    Philippians 4 (NASB)

    Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, rejoice! Let your gentle [spirit] be known to all men. The Lord is near.  Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.

    How many times have you read these Scriptures?!  If you’ve been saved for any length of time, then you’ve probably read it many, many times.  However, in order to make these Scriptures come alive to me, I did some word studies today and then put what I learned into what I call a “personal paraphrase”  that I can directly apply to my own life.   You can click on words in the passage and see links to the Hebrew definitions!  Here’s what I got today from my word studies…..

    Delight and be conscious of God’s grace always!  Again, I shout out to you, DELIGHT IN YOUR FREEDOM FROM THE LAW, YOUR UNMERITED FAVOR!   Let yourself relax and not live by the overly strict standards of the spirit of law, but live by the spirit of grace before everyone in your life.  Jesus is coming back soon!  Don’t allow yourself to be divided and distracted and pulled and drawn apart in opposite directions, but instead pray about everything and make a heart-felt petition to God with thanksgiving when you need Him to take away your negative emotions and give you wisdom and strength.    Let God know your requests!  He can handle it!  And then His peace will come, which will surpass the peace that the world thinks anyone can have in the midst of all kinds of impossible circumstances!    It will guard like a military sentinel guarding the gate of a city and will be both your offense and defense!

    Rejoice!  The biggest revelation today is that the word “rejoice” in Greek is rooted in the word – GRACE!  Anxiety comes from the spirit of the law.  Relaxation and peace comes from the spirit of grace.  Amen.

    Scripture link taken from:  http://biblehub.com/nas/philippians/4.htm

  • Ehxperience

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