Psalms 131:2 says, “Surely I
have calmed and quieted my soul, like a weaned child with his mother; like a
weaned child is my soul within me.”(ceased from fretting)
other words, our mind naturally focuses on the negative situations around
us. However, when we spend time in the
presence of the Lord, His presence begins to wean us off the negativity in our
minds and cause us to see the need for Him.
As we begin to feed our spirit with the truth of God’s word, our flesh
begins to starve since it no longer is being fed the nutrients of fear, worry
and anxieties of this world. We welcome your comments after you listen to this message! God loves you and so do we!
With all of the negativity around us it is really easy to become a part of it, isn’t it? But when we choose to take the time to look at God’s creative hand all around us, our focus becomes all about HIM!
When we choose to step out from the traffic in our mind and get intimate with the Lord we will begin to see and feel His love surrounding us. We welcome your comments after you listen to this message! God loves you and so do we!
Remember Daddy calls me a two-time loser and Mommy calls me her little angel from heaven. Boy! It really shows how God made men and women so different, not to mention us dogs! We all see things from a different perspective, don’t we? Mommy says we have to ask God for His perspective. I guess she means we have to stop looking at everything and everybody through our own eyes and ask God to borrow His eyes! Boy! Humans are sure funny! Well, next month stay tuned for more of Danny’s Pet Talk! Yep! That’s me!!! God loves you and so do we!
We talked about how The Apostle Paul was blinded to God’s amazing grace before he encountered the Lord. He certainly didn’t sound like a man who loved God, did he? Let alone have the love of God in his heart! He thought he was justified in persecuting the Christians until Jesus asked Saul why he was persecuting Him in Acts 22:6-8, We welcome your comments after you listen to this message!
I would like to introduce to you the best Father of all! God
will never let you down. No matter what
you are going through in this life, He is here right now. We welcome your comments on our ministry podcast!
Therefore, most gladly I will rather
boast in my infirmities that the power of Christ may rest upon me. Therefore, I take pleasure in infirmities, in
reproaches, in needs, in persecutions, in distress, for Christ’s sake, for when
I am weak, then I am strong. NKJ
The Apostle Paul was not only boasting of his infirmities but taking
pleasure in them too? And what about
being persecuted for his faith? How could he be bound up with chains physically
and not be in chains emotionally and spiritually with anger and bitterness? Listen to more on God's Pep Talk! We welcome your comments!
holding any unforgiveness in your heart? Open up your heart and allow God to
reveal any areas that have been wounded. Forgiveness is granting pardon and
ceasing to blame or feel resentment against the other person. We can choose to forgive or hold
unforgiveness in our hearts that cause a root of bitterness. It’s our choice of being bitter or better!
you ready for God’s revelation? If so,
let’s begin! We welcome your comments on God's Pep Talk!
One year my husband and I were coming home from Ocean City, MD. While we were traveling, we passed by a lake. At that moment the Holy Spirit gave me a vision of a person drowning in pain and discouragement! Are you that person? Listen to God's Pep Talk!
So...for one and one half years you have been listening to God's Pep Talk. Now I'm going to introduce you to Danny's Pet Talk for all you pet lovers out there! Danny is our little mixed Shih Tzu that we rescued from the SPCA in 2007. He became very ill in 2012 and came to the brink of death! You will be amazed how God intervened in our precious little guys life. We would love to hear your comments after you listen to each session of God's Pep Talk and Danny's Pet Talk.
Well, as I
began a relationship with my Father God, our hearts became connected and I
started to hear His voice over the enemy’s.
Eventually I tore up the distorted painting of God that I had pictured
and began a new work of art! Every year,
I began to see a new picture of who God was.
So…in this process of learning to know who He was I began to paint
pictures for others to see who He really is! We welcome your comments on God's Pep Talk!
As I thought
about what picture I would paint of God, I decided to look at the pictures of
Jesus I have in my home that are painted by different artists! One of my pictures shows Jesus standing in
front of a door knocking. What picture are you painting? We welcome your comments on God's Pep Talk!