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He is our PEACE in every way


This morning as I sat on my bench after my walk, I felt like the Lord was saying, “Just as Jesus is the Prince of Peace, I am the Father of Peace, and my Spirit is the fruit of peace.” I felt like He was saying that He’s my everything peace and that’s Who He is. Father-Son-Spirit…. That’s a wonderful place to rest.

Looking Beyond

This is the decade to “Look Again” and this year, particularly, the word is to “Look Beyond.”

White heron on the lakeIt’s been awhile since I’ve been able to get out for a walk, but oh, it felt so, so good. I just put all my to do’s on hold for an hour and walked with the Lord. Praying and singing in the Spirit is how I usually start my walk. And then songs of love, of worship and appreciation just begin to flow out of my innermost being. Sometimes I’m delighted that they rhyme and other times it’s just phrase after phrase of love and admiration for my Creator, my King, my Inspiration. Read more

Walking a New Path

A new month… and a new walk

I decided to “change it up” today and actually drove my car to our community postal room in our development and got out to walk in a different direction. I spent most of the beginning portion thinking over the Bay of the Holy Spirit Revival in Mobile, AL. I’ve been watching it since I got the first conference DVD in August. Read more

Champion of My Garden!


“The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.” James 5:16 KJV

Today I saw two roadrunners dart out from the brush and back in. I was touched to see that there were two of them as usually I only see one. That launched me into praying for marriages. There is one couple very close to me who are in crisis after 22 years of marriage. Yesterday, there was a truly hopeful report, which set my heart leaping with gladness and joy for answered prayer. Read more

Three Little Caterpillars


Help us, Lord, in our hurrying and scurrying that we might find our resting place in You!

I had just finished my walk and quiet time on the bench where I listen to the Lord and started the uphill climb to my street. I noted a caterpillar coming towards me in the gutter. He was just scurrying along as fast as his feet could carry him. The strange thing was, the cool grass was just inches away. Read more

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