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Trust in His Master Plan

I spent devotional time yesterday praying about the loss of innocent lives in Uvalde, Texas on May 24th. My spirit was so grieved for the families, their community, and our nation. So many of us have been fervent in prayer these past years, believing that we will see a turnaround. We must persevere and never give up hope. After I journaled my heart’s cry, I heard a siren in the distance and the Lord gave me this.


Times of tribulation and challenge of My authority are here. Even as you now hear the alert siren, be assured that I am above that sound. A new sound shall be heard in your cities, states, and nations. It will be a triumphant and victorious sound. The armies of heaven have joined My prayer warriors on earth. The battle has begun. Never forget that I have told you I am with you. I am with My saints and you shall prevail.

All that has been hidden must be exposed. Light must shine into this great darkness that has permeated My earth. Align to My design. Believe I am the Architect. I have great, great plans. Since the beginning of times, I have had the master plan. Trust My love. Trust My wisdom. Trust what I place in your heart to say and do.

You are efficient in Me. You are complete in Me. Draw near. Rest your heart on Mine. Hear the steady beat. This is a call to war. But although you see many things in the natural, it is truly being waged in the supernatural–beyond the veil.

Trust in what you know by My Spirit. Lean in more. I will open more to you.

Afterwards, I stepped into the shower and was singing and praying in the spirit and heard this phrase, “the stability of our times”. After dressing, I found it in Isaiah 33.

5 The Lord is exalted, for He dwells on high; He has filled Zion with justice and righteousness. 6 And He will be the stability of your times, A wealth of salvation, wisdom, and knowledge; The fear of the Lord is His treasure.

My Daughter ~ Go on! Go on!

My 64th birthday. I had been in a long season of drought. Work issues, dental issues, family issues — all creating stress, dissatisfaction and withdrawal. Rereading my journal I noted the days and weeks between writing. I wrote, “I haven’t journaled much, Lord. I’m hiding from You again. Please forgive me. Help me to get back on track.” And then He spoke to my spirit…

My Daughter

You’ve come far — farther than you think. I have been on this journey with you… every mountain climb and valley descent. You have grown more than you think. Don’t be so hard on yourself. You are my well-loved child. Did not Sally write “child of the day”? That’s a reminder of your heritage — not just your earthly family, but your heavenly family as well.

Ah, I see your tears, your loneliness. You miss them all, don’t you? The ones you looked up to, who approved you, encouraged you, mentored you. They are looking upon you now and are smiling, encouraging you.

Go on! Go on! Don’t forget. Don’t regret. Go on! Go on!

Shoulders down. Head up. Light in your eyes. A smile on your lips. Believe in your FUTURE — on earth as it is in heaven. Happy Birthday, dear one.

My Daughter ~ Now Rest

Ihad woken up very early and tried to go back to sleep and finally crawled out of bed. After my Scripture reading and handling emails, I just sat outside and marveled at the morning. A beautiful white egret flew by and once again I was reminded of Holy Spirit’s purity and grace. Read more

My Daughter ~ Your Journey

The last three months had been very stressful with leaving retirement and going back to work. There was so much to relearn and practically all the software I’d been used to was updated. Nothing seemed the same. On top of work, there were several people close to me who were really battling hard issues. Read more

My Daughter ~ No Strings Attached

After enjoying 4 1/2 years of retirement, I was called back in to the office. I was confused as I thought I was “on track” with my desires and even His calling for these last years of my life. I had to make a decision and I did. Read more

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