SMALL STRAWS IN A SOFT WIND by MARSHA BURNS:
When you feel like you are being pulled in a dozen directions, it is time to be quiet and enter My presence, says the Lord. There is no competition, pressure or chaos in the Spirit and nothing to drag you down. In this place you can be built up and strengthened. You will find the confidence and assurance you need to move forward. Come and unite your heart with Mine.
Psalm 86:11 Teach me Your way, O Lord; I will walk in Your truth; unite my heart to fear Your name.
There are lots of changes that will bring new opportunities and open doors. Doug Addison
November 22, 2019. Make sure your Christian belief structure is not based upon commentaries and interpretations. The beliefs of many in today’s society is largely based upon theories and philosophies. The world is quick to jump on the movement of what feels good in the here and now. The thought processes and likes of people are largely based upon, “What have you done for me lately.” Winds of change come and go. Build your beliefs upon biblical truths founded upon personal Bible study and Bible based teaching.
Colossians 2:8 (NIV) “See to it that no one takes you captive through hollow and deceptive philosophy, which depends on human tradition and the elemental spiritual forces of this world rather than on Christ.” Kevin Robinson
November 22, 2019. Sing a little louder- and then again sing a little LOUDER. When you sing to Me, you are actually putting My Words into action. The angels are listening for My Word and, when they hear it, they activate. So sing, shout and sing again. This dispels unbelief and demons have to flee. Singing My songs is like fingernails scratching a chalkboard to demons. They must run and scamper – sing to Me in the midst of the storm!
Acts 16:25-26 (MSG) “Along about midnight, Paul and Silas were at prayer and singing a robust hymn to God. The other prisoners couldn’t believe their ears. Then, without warning, a huge earthquake! The jailhouse tottered, every door flew open, all the prisoners were loose.” Robin Robinson Bohlin