A Prayer for My Sisters 2

A Prayer for My Sisters – A Guest Post by D.D.

Prayer For My Sisters Good morning! God has been busy with His plans and paintbrushes this morning as another day is here! What will it hold? I have not a clue, but God does…right down to the tiniest detail. Do things look impossible? Is too much going on, and does it all seem cluttered? Perhaps you can’t see the forest through the trees or see the light at the end of the tunnel. That’s ok. Let God be God. He holds the plan. Your role is to do away with distractions and focus on Him and His Kingdom! To hold on and have faith the size of a tiny mustard seed. To believe the promises of God–not what the world says. It may seem impossible. Read More

4 Reasons 2

The Edge of Impossible

Imagine you and your family standing at the edge of a deep ocean with the thundering sounds of horses approaching, carrying battle-ready soldiers who want to harm you. You see the dark forces coming as you cling to your children, but there is absolutely no way out. You have never been gripped by such fear and desperation. But wait. At that exact moment of your hopelessness, you see great walls of water rising up out of the sea right in front of you…and there it is: the way of escape you never could have imagined, a straight path of deliverance in the midst of an impossible situation. The people who experienced this great deliverance were the chosen ones of God. They had been in bondage Read More

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The One Who Is with Us

And behold, there arose a great storm on the sea, so that the boat was being swamped by the waves; but Jesus was asleep. And they went and woke him, saying, “Save us, Lord; we are perishing.” And he said to them, “Why are you afraid, O you of little faith?” Then he rose and rebuked the winds and the sea, and there was a great calm.  Matthew 8:24-26 The darkest days of our lives are kind of like the storm on the sea. We feel like we’ve run out of hope, like there is no way out of the darkness. We panic and even cry out, “Save us, Lord,” in the midst of our fear, hoping He will do something to rescue us. But Read More