The sky is always blue and the sun always shines.


I have been considering the seasons and weather forecasts of late. We attach weather patterns to seasons yet the weather forecast is not always correct, regardless of the season. I am not a scientist nor a well-read meteorologist, I see clouds and guess what may occur. In Queensland, Australia, if the clouds are a denim green you get your car undercover and make sure that things in the backyard are tied down because hail is about to fall. As I am typing the sky is a very dark grey and we are experiencing torrential rain. BUT…behind the clouds, regardless of the colour, there is a blue sky and the sun is shining.

As a family we have just been through a very difficult time, but not once did we doubt that YHWH has all things in His hand, that He has a sovereign plan and that His will is perfect. We are not out of the woods yet, but His peace has surpassed our human understanding and we rest knowing that He has the situation in His hands. As a dear pastor friend of ours said, “God’s got this”.  You see rain is necessary for growth and you can’t have rain without grey clouds that move over the blue sky and sunshine. They don’t block the sunshine out, if they did we would be in pitch black darkness, but they filter the light. Psalm 65 is so beautiful and it speaks of rain and blessings.

Verse 9: You have visited the earth and watered it, You greatly enriched it; the river of Elohim is filled with water (streams of living water).

This verse alone made me remember that too often we focus on physical weather and the forecast reports often determine what plans we make or cancel. Nobody would have seen the rain clouds this morning and heard the forecast for 95% chance of rain, yet still driven to spend the day at the beach. Do storms in life determine our spiritual walk? When the clouds appear and the torrential rains come do we hide and cower, or do we remember that the sky is blue and the Son is shining in all His glory? I am not articulating this very well. Whatever the circumstances, YHWH is always the same, yesterday, today and tomorrow. He is lovingly-committed to His chosen ones and He does not slumber nor sleep. Yeshua, the Bridegroom, is preparing a place for His bride. He is glorious and King, shining like a bright morning star, He was and is and is to come. When the chips are down do we remember this? Are we where we should be, under His protection and in His presence?  The sky is always blue and the sun always shines, even when we can’t see the blue or feel the warmth of the sun.

I have a CD from Pastor Graham Cooke and he reminds us that we should not allow our circumstances to determine when we call on YHWH. Many times we turn and call on His  intervention when the storms are facing us, however we should continually wait upon Him and continually seek His intervention (guidance) and blessings on both warm, blue sky days and overcast days. If we are continually seeking His will and continually being enriched by His visitation and watering (Ps 65:9) then we will find that we rejoice on rainy days and during stormy times because we experience His power at work, we stand in awe and fear at His majesty and loving-commitment to those He has chosen to bring near to dwell in His courts (Psalm 65:4).

Psalm 65: 4 “Blessed is the one You choose, and bring near to DWELL in Your courts. We are satisfied with the goodness of Your house, Your set-apart dwelling.

5: By AWESOME deeds in righteousness You answer us, O, Elohim of our deliverance, the Trust of all the ends of the earth and the distant seas.

I would encourage you today to remember that we serve an omnipotent and omnipresent Elohim, Who was and is and is to come (Rev 11:17). We serve a lovingly-committed Father, Who desires to be part of our sunshine days and our stormy nights. All He asks if for us to love Him above all and to obey Him (John 14:23), come rain or shine.

Take a minute and read Psalm 65, find the hidden treasures (promises) in the abundance of His provision.

Father, YHWH, I thank you that you never ever leave us. Your majesty and glory are always there, even when we can’t feel or see Your plan we know that it is a plan for good and not for evil. You do favour us and bless us, cause Your face to shine upon us. For Your way is to be known on earth. Your deliverance among all nations. I pray that people will see You and praise You, sing your praise. That You would increase our praise and worship and that we would fear You and honour You. (Psalm 67)






I awoke this morning with the word fragrance on my mind. Fragrance is mentioned in the Bible with reference to oils and anointing. In Exodus 30 we find a recipe for mixing of a sacred oil that is not to be used for any other purpose than for consecrating the altar. In Revelations 5:8 we read, “And when He took the scroll, the four living creatures and the twenty-four elders fell down before the Lamb, each holding a harp, and golden bowls filled with incense, which are the prayers of the set-apart ones.”

If our prayers are incense then this would imply that our prayers are sweet smelling. This made me ponder if my prayers were sweet smelling, how could they be? Are my prayers lists of complaints and requests to fix things that are not working in my benefit? Do I groan and moan OR are my prayers petitions with thanksgiving? Do I worship Him Who sits on the throne and does my heart (that is what YHWH looks at) emit a fragrance that edifies Yeshua my bridegroom?

We read in Esther that in preparation for her wedding she spent six months preparing with myrrh and six months preparing with fragrant spices and oils. This was not synthetic perfume, but essential oils that would have seeped into her pores and she would have left a scent behind when she entered and exited a room. People would know she had been there because her fragrance would linger. I started to ponder, what fragrance do I leave behind? When we enter a room do we cause people to choke because we give off a toxic fragrance? Or do we walk into a room as the bride of Yeshua, with a fragrance that is unmistakably that of a bride preparing for the return of her Bridegroom? A spiritual fragrance from trimming our lamp, least we be caught sleeping when He returns.

I did a little bit of Googling and came across a website, that gave a good background into the use of perfume or fragrance in Biblical times. It reminded me that essential oils were expensive and used to mask odours during gatherings,for obvious reasons. ( The article brought up the development of fragrance and the synthetic additions used to afford cheaper fragrances, and allow fragrances to hold their aroma longer. Here I pondered again…..

Some of us use perfume or aftershave to make ourselves smell good. We cover our natural smell with synthetic fragrance. How do we use synthetic, man-made doctrines and followings that cover the Truth, the true essential oils and fragrances? In addition, how many times do I leave a synthetic fragrance when I leave a room? Do I know what the Truth is, or am I unable to sense the Truth because I have become accustomed to synthetic faith? These are questions I asked myself, you may not need to ask them, however they may be applicable to loved ones you are lifting in prayer.

I have a very dear friend and she has shared her knowledge in essential oils with me, she is an example of a fragrant bride of Christ. She fills the room with a fragrance of acceptance, she never judges people, but rather actions. When she leaves a room she leaves a sense of peace, fellowship and love for her Bridegroom behind. She encourages and upholds. This fragrance is not from essential oils, it is a spiritual fragrance and being in her company is always so special because she oozes a love for Yeshua that is tangible, yet she will say in humility that she does not realise this. For guys this may be too warm and fuzzy…sorry.

Maybe a male version would be that person that encourages you by being loyal, honest and supportive. Someone that you can be yourself with, without fearing condemnation, competition or put downs. It does not matter, we are all called to be the body of Yeshua, the bride. We are all called to trim our lamps, gather oil and prepare for the return of Elohim. If we are in this state of preparation then surely we get oil on our hands, the fragrance of what we are busy with lingers in our hair and skin and permeates our houses. I recall my mum baking bread and making soup on a cold day. The whole house smelt so warm and inviting, when I gave Mum a kiss I could smell that aroma of baked bread in her hair…that is what I am getting at. If we are sitting in His presence, soaking in His word, breaking bread, filled with the Set-Apart Spirit of Truth, and fearfully and prayerfully using oils to set ourselves apart – then surely we should have a Heavenly, Christ-like fragrance as a bride preparing for her Bridegroom’s return.

YHWH, I thank You that You look upon the heart. I pray that as Your bride prepares herself for the return of Yeshua that we will be His fragrance to the world. That this fragrance will draw the lost to You, will bring esteem and honour to Your name. Amen

Lord, make me an instrument of Thy peace;
where there is hatred, let me sow love;
where there is injury, pardon;
where there is doubt, faith;
where there is despair, hope;
where there is darkness, light;
and where there is sadness, joy.

O Divine Master,
grant that I may not so much seek to be consoled as to console;
to be understood, as to understand;
to be loved, as to love;
for it is in giving that we receive,
it is in pardoning that we are pardoned,
and it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.


st. Francis of Assisi – 13th century





The Table

While running on my treadmill this morning I popped a Louie Giglio sermon from the series, “Label Maker” into the DVD. It is the second time I had watched/listened to his sermon on the label, “Heir”. I do not wish to write a review on the sermon as this is not what the blog is intended for.

What hit me in the heart was the reference Louie made to adoption. I often have thought of adoption as a reciprocal exchange. I give you a home, love and care and you love me because I have done these things. Before I proceed I  must clarify that I have never adopted, nor am I adopted as a human, so my perceptions are not rooted in deep understanding of what it entails or means to be adopted or to adopt. It is not my intent to speak from any experience, I have none. However, I know that we are spiritually adopted into the Kingdom of the Most High. Paul writes in Ephesians 1: 5, “..having previously ordained us to adoption as sons through Yeshua Messiah to Himself, according to the good pleasure of His desire,”

My perception of being adopted into the Kingdom was that I am saved, grateful and eternally thankful to YHWH for adopting me. I knew that the price of adoption was the Blood of Yeshua. Yeshua said, “For I am the way, the truth and the life. Nobody comes to the Father but through Me.”

We know all of this, but what struck my heart this morning was the table. Louie remarked on how people come to the adoption table and lay all they have on the table, their love, commitment, hopes, emotions and costs (finances). These people are willing to give all of this with no guarantee of reciprocation from the chosen one. It was this very thought, that YHWH before the beginning of the world adopted me, and you. He put it all down on the table/alter. He, Abba, made a loving-commitment, placed hope, emotions and an eternal price at the alter. The alter is the cross. This might not be a light bulb moment for anybody, but I realised that at the Table, the Love and the Hope of a Father was laid down for me, and you. Hope that I would reciprocate His unfailing love through obedience (John 14:23) and to fulfil His awesome plan for my life (Jeremiah 29:11-14) and accepting His love as unconditional, eternal and insurmountable.

When last did you, just you…come to the Table and break bread and remember what Yeshua did for you? Thank Abba Father for adopting you, bringing you into safety and protection. Ask the Set-Apart Spirit of Truth to reveal the love YHWH holds for you.

Nothing more…just wanted to share this.

Crawl, walk, run

crawl run

It is with pride that we wait and watch our young crawl, this is the first stage of movement and is an essential stage for coordination. It is when we learn how to move our arms and legs together. Crawling soon gives way to a ‘monkey’ walk, many children will raise themselves off their knees and walk on their hands and feet – bottoms raised in the air. This stage is where they are gaining confidence and then they shuffle from stationary objects until that moment of independence when they let go of all support and stumble forward – and are walking. Soon walking becomes a voluntary process that eventuates in running, skipping, hopping and dancing.

It can be an easy analogy to our spiritual life in that we are rendered incapable before we meet Yeshua, we are so tied up in our bondage and sin that we can’t move freely. When we start our relationship with YHWH we crawl, Paul refers to the eating stages of infants and relates this to our maturity. Hebrews 5: 13-14: “For everyone partaking of milk is inexperienced in the Word of Righteousness, for he is a babe. (14) But solid food is for the mature whose senses have been trained by practice to discern both good and evil.”  We all need to crawl before we can walk, we need to dig deep into the Word to align our spiritual being with that of the Almighty so we are set-apart from the world. It is during this time that we focus on becoming strong and get the coordination sorted out. From crawling we start to walk, never alone but guided in the strength of the Set-Apart Spirit of Truth, holding the hand of our beloved Yeshua. When we can walk in confidence and certainty we can run the race (read Run, Run) and set our sight on the incorruptible crown.

This is but one aspect of learning the skill of walking. I want to focus on the parent in the picture. When a baby starts to crawl the parent takes great care in ensuring that things are safe for the little one. Items are lifted up higher as they are not suitable for that youngster yet. There may be areas in the house that the baby can’t get into yet as the skills for navigating this area have not been developed. Once baby starts walking the parent hands are never far from the child, hovering in place to catch and comfort should the child fall. Hands that are there to pick up and restore confidence, encourage and motivate to continue strengthening legs and balance. YHWH does not slumber nor sleep, He watches us and sees every small detail, He is waiting for us to grab on to Him and to seek His guidance as we walk. He will never let you be somewhere that you can’t cope,  it may feel like you are not ready to take on stairs, but you need to learn how to deal with one step so you can climb the stairs ahead. If a child that has learnt to walk decides to wander off and hide, he/she has that choice and freedom through the independence that walking brings. However if a child calls out to a parent for help, they are found quickly. Yeshua told us the parable of the lost sheep and the lost coin to let us know that if we call out He will come and find us where we are.

Yesterday’s blog was about running so I am not going to discuss this in great detail. I would like to add a few things though. You can’t set off running without direction, your map should match that of the plan for your life – a plan that has been set-apart for you by the Almighty, Most High. In Jeremiah 29:11 we read, “For I know the plans I am planning for you,’ declares YHWH,’plans of peace and not of evil to give you a future and an expectancy”. Another scripture written by Paul in Ephesians 2: 10, “For we are His workmanship, created in Messiah Yeshua unto good works, which Elohim prepared beforehand that we should WALK in them.”

These verses speak not only of a Father that is there to guide His children, but of a Lovingly-Committed Elohim that prepares the walk/run for His beloved sons and daughters. This walk has obstacles and difficult bits, but when we trust in His strength and not try to do these bits on our own, there is victory and growth. Remember that Paul stated that he needed to be severe with his body, making it his slave.Yeshua stated that He is the WAY, Truth and Life. Messiah Yeshua died so that you and I could walk and run in freedom, without bondage. So that we could run the race of life bringing Him the glory, so to gain the uncorruptible crown. The cliche is, ‘no pain, no gain’.

When we see those around us that forget how to walk in grace, forget how to walk with the Lord or have wandered off and hidden themselves and are unsure of how to call out, we need to be the hands that gently and lovingly guide them back, that help them regain their balance without judgmentally knocking them off their feet. Being aware that the Master plan for their lives is not what we may envisage, we need to carry these brothers and sisters to the Feet of Yeshua and place them there. One of my favourite miracles is when the four friends carried their lame friend and lowered him through the roof to the feet of Yeshua. Yeshua looked up and saw their faith, that is inspiring. NEVER underestimate your faith when you bring people to the Feet of Messiah Yeshua. Yeshua healed many lame people, there are spiritually lame people all around us that need healing.

You can’t run from the arms of the Saviour – we are running, walking or crawling to get into His arms. Help those around you join in the race.

YHWH, help me to walk in Your way, help me to love the path of righteousness and to remain on the way that you have planned for me. If I stray off the road, pull me back. I pray that You would set brothers and sisters around me that would not ignore my stumbling but gently convict me by shining the Light of Your Son on my path. May you use me to gently and lovingly bring those that are spiritually lame to the Feet of Yeshua where there is healing and peace. Amen

Marks are not blemishes


Ezekiel 9

V4. “He (YHWH) said to him, “Walk through the streets of Jerusalem and put a mark on the foreheads of all those who weep and sigh because of the sins they see around them.”

Ezekiel had a vision and witnessed the punishment of the nation for idolatry and turning their back on the Most High. The punishment started in the Temple and with the leaders. Ezekiel saw a man in linen clothing and carrying a writer’s bag being sent forth by YHWH to mark the people that showed remorse and were asking for forgiveness for the sins of the nation. In Exodus 12 we read that the nation of Israel were to mark the posts of their homes with the blood of an unblemished lamb. In verse 13 of this chapter we read, “And the blood shall be a sign for you on the houses where you are. And when I see the blood, I shall pass over you and the plague not come on you to destroy when I strike the land of Mitsrayim (Egypt)”. So the Most High marking His chosen ones is not a new concept.

Going back to Ezekiel’s vision of this man marking the foreheads of those that were weeping and sighing because of the sin of the nation. This Scripture is deeper than a little sigh that we may utter in frustration. This sigh implies a heart-action. If we stop for a while and tease this out it should evoke thoughts and lead to actions that you may take in your own life. Let us consider what happens when you turn on the News. We are bombarded by the consequences of sin…that is a bit dramatic, but it is reality. Sin is getting great coverage, and at times being sensationalised to such an extent that we become numb to sin unless it is horrific. We start to overlook little things and compromise, we look away and turn a blind eye, umm…did Eli not turn a blind eye to the sins of his sons? News is broadcast across the globe in every language, the juicer the story the more people follow it…sin sells media.

You should be asking questions by now, one asks questions to get to the core of statements, to clarify your understanding. Let’s step back a few steps to make it more practical. You sit down, sometimes with your family and a meal on your lap, the TV goes on and it is News. We are confronted by a stabbing, shooting or assult and for a split second we are stirred, what stirs you? The sin? Empathy? Is it the audacity of someone that dare perform such an act? Are there racial slurs that come to the forefront of your mind and end up in an articulated insult? Is there a thought for the victim, or annoyance at their ignorance, carelessness – they should have…. Is there any feeling of compassion? Above all is there any sense of grief for the sin that has been committed? Grief without judgment?

YHWH sent forth this man ahead of five others that were to kill the unmarked people. He was punishing the nation for their lack of heart-action. The grief of the marked people was demonstrated by sighing and weeping. They were not judging and pointing fingers, they were not tutting from their couches or making racial slurs and taking offense for the victims. These people were weeping, grieving before the Most High and asking for forgiveness. It was this heart-action or attitude that aroused the Grace of the Most High and He instructed that a mark be placed on their foreheads to set them apart, to indicate that they had found favour and were not to be harmed.

These sighs and weeping were more than an exhale of breath, more than a tear. This heart-attitude portrayed a true grieving of the inner being for what man had become and destroyed, for the lost and those that turned from God. It was a grieving of the loss of a loved one, these brothers and sisters had turned from serving the Most High and this weeping and grieving was heart-felt compassion. It was not an attitude of offense for the blatant disrespect given to Elohim.

Shane Willard has a sermon called “The Authority of the Rabbi” and in this he makes referrence to the fact that Yeshua can deal with being offended, He does not need us to take offense for Him. After all He was crucified like a criminal, yet He showed grieving and weeping by speaking blessing from the Cross and asking YHWH to have mercy and forgive the very people that mocked and hurt him. It is this kind of sighing and weeping that the marked people showed. Not judging or taking offense on behalf of Elohim, but they were asking for forgiveness and for mercy and grace for those around them.

There is a distinction to be made between judging and seeking true forgiveness with sighing and weeping. Jesus made referrence to the Pharisee that was in the Temple asking for forgiveness, while pointing to a tax collector and saying that at least he was not as full of sin. This Pharisee was so full of pride that he could not recognise his own sin, however he was arrogant enought to judge the tax collector and elevate himself above this ‘sinful’ man. The tax collector on the other hand was facedown because he felt unworthy to approach the Most High, he was weeping and sighing, a heart-action and attitude, humility. The Pharisee was blemished, the tax collector was marked. A blemished man can be marked if he is remorseful and humble before the Most High. The moment you use the sin of another to measure your own ‘righteousness’, to soothe your conscience or qualify an action/thought or attitude you are being judgmental and this makes you blemished and unmarked.

When you grieve and sigh you realise you are just as sinful, just as unworthy as the next person, but by the Grace of the Most High and His loving-commitment, through the Blood of Yeshua, you are able to approach His Throne. It is the realisation that you can come to a place of repentance and receive forgiveness, that you are no better than anybody else and that this mercy and grace cost a Life. From this realisation comes the love of Yeshua for all people, it allows you to love the blemished and desire for them to be marked, like yourself, by the Blood of the Lamb. You desire these blemished people to come into a relationship with the King and this causes you to sigh and weep in petition for their salvation.

The heart-attitude and heart-actions are what the Most High sees and desires. A heart that carries the mark of the Lamb is blemish free. The blemishes are removed as far as the East is from the West and thrown into the depths of the deepest sea. If you carry the mark of the Lamb you are set free and can approach the Throne of the Most High. Yeshua said, “I am the way, the truth and the LIFE. Nobody comes to the Father but through Me.” In the Temple only the priest could enter through the gates of Way, Truth and Life to reach the Holy of Holies – Jesus is the gate and you are marked, set-apart and redeemed and you may approach the Most High because you carry the mark put upon you by the Lamb of the Most High.

It is time to make a mark, get facedown before the Most High and weep and sigh for the nations, for the blemished people around you. To love them and not judge them.



Making unbelievable, believable.


Reading: Mark 9: 14-29

Verse 22: “But if at all possible for You, have compassion on us and help us. Do something if You can.”

Verse 23: “What do you mean, ‘If I can’?” Yeshua asked. “Anything is possible IF a person believes.”

Verse 24: The father replied instantly, “I do believe, but help me not to doubt.”

Mark 10: 27: And looking at them intently Jesus said, “Humanly speaking it is impossible. But not with God. EVERYTHING is  possible with YHWH.”

How often do we pray asking for answers or assistance with events in life. We say with our mouths that we believe, that Elohim gives all things and can do all things, but what does our heart believe? This question is not if it is possible for God to do something, but do we really believe what we believe.

Let’s pause for a minute and ponder on the awesomeness of our Creator Father. Stop and listen to nature, watch a storm forming and consider all the reactions and actions taking place at that moment in time. There is life within life. Take a plant for example, there are thousands of cells each with its own function that make this plant a plant. The cells form walls that give the plant its shape. Birds have their own songs, pitches and tones that they use to communicate with. Insects doing their little thing as part of the bigger cycle of life. All of this life has life within it and we are all made up of minute cells that function to maintain life as we know it. This came to be by the Word of God, He spoke and it was. How can we think that anything is impossible for our Father?

God loves us and He holds us in His hand. In Isaiah 49:16 we read that our name is inscribed upon the Lord’s hand. YHWH created you with life inside your life. That means that as children of God we have a double life. Not only are we alive as humans (physically), but we are spiritually alive in Christ Jesus our Saviour. That is something to get excited about. How full of life are you though? Are you living as one with an extra portion? Being alive in a world that is full of life is energizing.

In Mark 9 we read of a father that brings his son to the disciples for healing. They try to heal him but are unsuccessful, Yeshua was not present. There is a little gem right here, when you pray for healing Yeshua must be present – healing is for HIS glory and esteem. Yeshua tells the disciples that this healing (casting out of demons), can only be done by prayer and fasting (v: 28-29). This father is desperate and maybe after witnessing the disciples praying and laying hands on his son, he may have had doubt that there was ever a cure for his boy. He approaches Yeshua and asks Him if He could possibly heal the boy. Yeshua puts the responsibility (not a good word but not sure what word would be suited here) back on the boy’s father. Yeshua tells him that it is possible, but that belief is needed – that is the responsibility. Yeshua knows that He can cure this boy, He is able to do all things (with God ALL things are possible). It comes back to us – if YOU are able to believe. The man’s reply is priceless, “I do believe, help me not to doubt.”

Why then do we not always believe things are possible? Are we so busy with life that we have forgotten what life is? Have we been boxed in our houses, electronics and malls that we aren’t awed by the majesty of the night sky, the flight of a bird or the fragrance of a flowering bush? If life within life reminds you of the awesomeness and power of the Creator then you may not find yourself overwhelmed by humanly spoken impossibilities. Our focus may have shifted to miracle pills and technology instead of being focused on the possibility of a loving Father, where there is an abundance of hope. (I am not suggesting that you stop taking medication!! I believed that I would be healed from my cancer and therefore did not opt for having my bladder removed, however I still went through chemotherapy and radiation.)

This father was desperate, he was in a hopeless situation. He heard about the Messiah and this gave him hope. He knew through word-of-mouth that Yeshua had healed and cured others, the father was filled with hope. This hope was dashed by the disciples inability to heal, however he did not give up and he approached Yeshua. The boy’s father asked for compassion and then healing. In doing this he was recognising Yeshua’s ability despite his own inability. He desperately wanted to believe that his son could be healed, he showed humility in asking that Yeshua would strengthen him so that he would not doubt. The man was afraid that he would not have enough belief. This is so precious and I think that we all fall short in this area. Yeshua himself told the disciples (and us) that if we have faith as small as a mustard seed we can move mountains. How many times have you given up because you think that you don’t have enough belief? I have a very dear friend and she always tells me that, ‘It is done, you just have to walk into it in belief.’

What a victorious way of living! If you had witnessed the miracle of this young boy would it change the way you believe? Would it change the way you think about the ability of the Father, your own belief in the Father’s love for you? If you had been in the crowd would your jaw drop and would you exclaim, “Unbelievable!” Here is a truth for you, you were in the crowd. The Word of God is living and you read it, so in reality you were there, you experienced it. How does this make you feel? Maybe there is a little gem in the way we proclaim something that is miraculous as unbelievable. Think about that. Whenever something good or supernatural happens  many people will give the believable a negative – unbelievable. Have we man-washed ourselves into thinking that the believable is too good to believe? I speak a second language and even in that language believable has a negative.

Still not sure about possibilities? Take a walk outside and feel the breeze or wind – nobody knows where it comes from or where it goes. Watch the sea and wonder about the beauty that lies beneath the ocean – why is it there? Because YHWH is almighty and majesty and He created it. Look at a tree with each leaf full of cells that produce oxygen as a by-product for us to breath…there is something else everything that lives has breathe and that breathe was breathed into life by YHWH!! How can you not become excited about the possibilities????

Do you believe? Do you desire to be in a place where you see the believable? That is at the feet of the King of Kings, in the arms of the Father. YHWH desires to do good for His children, He wants to bless us. Do you believe?

Father God, how awesome is Your creation, nature cries of Your majesty and possibilities. I would ask that my faith and belief in You would not hinder the plans that You have already put in place for me. Oh Father that You would help me not to doubt, that I would be reminded that belief as small as a mustard seed is all that is needed. Amen.