What is the deal about blessing? I speak blessings to those around me, face to face, and in my prayers; I even close each of my posts with “Blessings, Jacquie.” And I think at least most of us are familiar with being “blessed” when we sneeze. So, what’s the deal? Currently, I am rereading the
Month: May 2020
Peace is power. The power to truly see. When we have peace, we have rest. It is then that we can see people and situations with divine clarity. What an amazing gift! I pray this Memorial weekend is filled with the peace that our Creator provides. Remember what Jesus said: “Peace I leave with you
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Would a person really give their right arm? If so, what would be the purpose? I have found that we have sayings that make no sense, or sound like a curse: “I love you to death.” This doesn’t sound like “till death us do part.” Are your thoughts fruitful and life-producing? Our words have power.
Give me revelation about the meaning of your ways so I can enjoy the reward of following them fully. 34 Give me an understanding heart so that I can passionately know and obey your truth. 35 Guide me into the paths that please you, for I take delight in all that you say. 36 Cause my heart to
“For if you embrace the truth, it will release more freedom into your lives.” (John 8:32, TPT). Knowing who and whose you are in Christ Jesus, is warfare, because your enemy will attack your identity in order to make you feel devalued and unloved. Your enemy is the accuser. He loves to make you wallow