Christianity, Prayer, Praying for the Nation, Prophetic

SHARING: Prophetic Word Regarding President Trump & Intercessors – A Word by Joe Joe Dawson

When the Lord first told me to pray for this nation over jars of dirt almost two years ago, the main point was to bless and not curse. At all times. For all prayers. How I long for God's people to fully grasp the power we have in our words. We may not agree with… Continue reading SHARING: Prophetic Word Regarding President Trump & Intercessors – A Word by Joe Joe Dawson

Christianity, Prophetic

Word for Today

I heard the Lord speaking today to those on the fringe whom have been wounded, hurt, betrayed, abused, even those who have been mistreated by His people.   Genesis 16 tells the story of Hagar. God promised Abram to multiply his descendants, but Abram and Sarai were childless and past childbearing age. Sarai had the… Continue reading Word for Today

Christianity, Reflections, Thinking on paper

Believing Our Words

 I've had a recurring thought pop through my head lately, to which I've become more attuned and attentive. It has taken a few different shapes and gone through many iterations, yet, it has the same base. Do I truly believe the words I sing in praise/worship songs and those I confess from Scripture? Do I… Continue reading Believing Our Words

Christianity

Catching Up

It has been a while since I have posted. I have not forgotten you, my dear readers, not at all. Life has been a whirlwind at worst, and a waterfall at best these past few months, but life has happened. Spiritually, I'm walking through a dry place. There have been a few oases and juicy… Continue reading Catching Up

Christianity, Prophetic, Reflections

No Criticism

Romans 14:10-13It's beyond time that we, as the Church, stopped criticizing and cannibalizing our own. Oh I have heard the arguments "examine the fruit". Yet, are we actually looking at our own tree as well? I've learned over the years that sometimes the best and sweetest fruit is hidden in ugly and unlikely skins which… Continue reading No Criticism