Trials Don’t Last Forever

When you’re going through a trial, sometimes it feels like you’re in a storm that will last forever and it can be easy to get discouraged. In 2010, I was hospitalized for asthma for three days. I went into the hospital on November 11th and then was released on my birthday, November 14th. Then two…

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Slaying the Giants of Fear Doubt and Unbelief

It has been said that in order to overcome fear, you have to face it. Often we don’t even realize that we have fear in certain areas, until we go through a trial that reveals it. God’s purpose in trials is to expose and then deal with our fears and weaknesses, in order that they…

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An Anchor for the Soul

With so many uncertainties and negative things happening in our world, it can feel like we’re being blown around like a ship on the sea sometimes (emotionally speaking). That’s why I turn to the one who offers me an “anchor for my soul”. The author of Hebrews, chapter six had this to say: 13 For…

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A Prophetic Dream: Vaccination Mandates?

In 2008, my husband had a dream, where we were at his father’s property (who is now deceased). Often when my husband has a spiritual dream, it takes place on his father’s property, which I think is spiritually symbolic of our Heavenly Father. He said there was a cattle pen in the back, with a…

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Locked In With God

I know this time of “safer at home” directives have been hard for a lot of people. Many are panicking, struggling with fear, loneliness, etc. I guess because I am a melancholy/phlegmatic personality and used to spending plenty of time alone, that has not really bothered me, but listening to too much news about the…

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Comments on the Corona Virus

I have been reluctant to talk very much about this subject because I don’t want to cause fear or alarm and it seems like people are divided into one camp or the other; either all faith and no preparation or caution or preparation combined with fear and not a lot of faith. When my husband…

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Becoming a Soldier

My husband and I traveled last weekend to Fort Benning, GA to see our son, Nate, graduate from basic training (he’s in the army). They called it the “Turning Green Ceremony”, meaning that this is when they officially become a soldier. The soldiers were required to stand at attention for an hour, while the parents…

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Keep Your Eye on the Prize

Have you ever noticed that when you get a word from the Lord or a dream or some type of revelation about how God wants to use you or what He’s going to do in your future that you will start having trials and attacks from the enemy? Then the enemy starts saying, “that’s never…

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