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Through the wilderness#4

We are a purpose driven people. If we know the reason for the season we find it easier to endure.

The wilderness is a custom made spiritual school – with courses tailored to our individual needs!

As Moses made His way in the wilderness He found himself at the mountain of the Lord. This is where the school of fire starts.“NOW MOSES came to Sinai, the mountain of God.Exodus 3:1

At the time Moses did not know that this was the mountain of the Lord. He did not know that being in the wilderness at this time was a Divine appointment – a life changing, life altering moment.

And so, is your wilderness season. God is leading you to His mountain. He wants to expose the lies and impart the truth of your wilderness journey. He wants to teach You His ways and He wants to teach you about your journey. He wants to show you the way out. He wants to equip you. He wants to open your eyes to see as you have never seen before. He meets you at the burning bush! Here, you meet your Teachers – Yeshua as the Angel of the Lord (the manifest Presence of God) and the Holy Spirit as fire.

In the wilderness school you get to study:

Holiness

God introduced Himself, He calls you by your name and teaches you the school rules and dress code. All of this is different from what you are used to.

God said, take off your shoes this is holy ground.” Ex 3:5

Deliverance

The Teacher starts by telling you about your journey… and all this time you thought you were alone out there.

And the Lord said, I have surely seen the affliction of My people; for I know their sorrows and sufferings and trials. And I have come down to deliver them.

God my Defender

God introduces Himself as your Defender. He tells you the way forward. His master roadmap to move on!

In order to deliver us He needs to take us through the wilderness. The wilderness is not your final destination.

It is on route to a land of promise; supply and rest.

TRUST ME I KNOW THE WAY.

God said, I will surely be with you; I AM WHO I AM and WHAT I AM, and I WILL BE WHAT I WILL BE” Ex 3:12,14

You see only after a fire encounter with God are we able to walk on! The fire enables us to see as He sees. It enables us to believe and trust and follow! This fire is found in the wilderness – at the mountain of the Lord.

My prayer:

Father, please lead me to Your mountain. Please take me by the hand and bring me to Your school of fire. Baptize me with fire – change the way I see! I want to see as You see. I want to follow where You lead. I want to know You as my Deliverer and Defender – the One who knows the way. Thank you that You never stop pursuing us – even when we are feeling alone, hopeless and abandoned in the wilderness.

Today. I pause in Your Fiery Presence and tomorrow – I walk on. Hand-in-hand with Him who WILL take me through the wilderness.

Thank You for meeting me in this place! I choose to embrace your Fire!

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Through the wilderness#3

Rejection is a sure GPS to take us into the wilderness.

It has so many faces and is a cousin to death. Rejection and death are specialists in making you hopeless, sapping your strength, killing your expectations and limiting your vision of the future. Their aim is physical, emotional or spiritual. It can be the dying or postponement of your dreams and hopes, a retrenchment, the ending of a marriage, a disease or loosing something or someone that is precious and dear to you. All of these can wrap devastation and hopelessness around you like a wet blanket.

We cry a lot in our wilderness seasons.

Hagar, was well acquainted with both rejection and death. I read in Gen 21 how she wondered around aimlessly in the wilderness being overwhelmed with the pain and rejection caused by Abraham sending her and Ishmael away.

Having no bread and water left, she knew her son would die. Having no plan, no way out, no provision, no covering – being utterly alone, she sat down raised her voice and wept. Knowing that she is in the valley of devastation.

The valley of devastation

Do you know the valley of devastation? Are you in this valley?

It is a quiet place. It is a place where even your tears have dried up. It is a numb place of no movement, no emotion. It is a place where breathing takes courage. It is a place of being unable to think about tomorrow. All your focus is just on now – and the overwhelming circumstances you face.

And God heard

In this place of devastation Hagar cried and wept. And God heard.

What troubles you Hagar? Fear not, for God has heard your cries Gen 21:17

Then God opened her eyes

Then God opened her eyes and she saw a well of water; and she went and filled the [empty] bottle with water and caused the youth to drink.”Genesis‬ ‭21:19‬ ‭

Devastation, rejection, death all limit our vision. They make us self-centered in our loss and hopelessness rendering us unable to see the well, the outcome, the provision!

But, there is a well close by. Yes, even now in your wilderness and devastation. That well’s name is Jesus.

The well is a picture of hope. It is an oasis in the wilderness. It is a place of being revived, refreshed and restored.

Jesus says, ‘but if anyone drinks the living water I give them, they will never thirst again and will be forever satisfied! For when you drink the water I give you it becomes a gushing fountain of the Holy Spirit, springing up and flooding you with endless life!’

‭‭John‬ ‭4:14‬ ‭TPT‬‬

Let us pray:

Father, in the name of Yeshua I bring every one before you that is reading this blog. Father, I ask that Your Son, Yeshua, will meet them in their valley of devastation. I ask that they will know that You have heard their crying and weeping. I ask that your Spirit will dry their tears, lift their eyes and show them the well. In the name of Yeshua I ask that the valley of devastation will be renamed – to be called the valley of provision. I pray that the wounds of rejection will forever be healed marked by a specific and life-changing event of meeting with You at the well.

Father, I pray that you will take them by the hand and lead them to drink from Your provision, care and resources.

Yeshua, you are the fountain of life. I pray that every dry, bewildered, devastated place in your people’s hearts will be revived, refreshed and restored through the drinking of Your life giving waters.

In the name of Yeshua I ask that their hearts will regain hope, that their vision of hope will be restored and that their strength will be replenished.

In the name of Yeshua we declare fear not. Just as with Hagar at the well I pray that You will impart your plan and dream to these precious, tired ones. Yeshua, please bind up their broken hearts and heal their wounds caused by rejection, death and devastation.

Mark this place and day in in the spirit, I pray. Let us remember that there was a day that You dried our tears, a day that You heard our cries, a day that You came as the well of living-waters. Let us remember and drink deeply.

Amen

The woman replied, “Let me drink that water so I’ll never be thirsty again and won’t have to come back here to draw water.”

‭‭John‬ ‭4:15‬ ‭TPT‬‬

Through the wilderness#2

The wilderness of rejection

Our response to suddenly finding ourselves in the wildernesses of life often include emotions of abandonment, loneliness and rejection.

In our perception the wilderness season makes you an outcast. We think of the wilderness as a place where you have been send as some sort of punishment – just like sitting in the corner or being send to the bathroom when you were little.

Often times we flee from emotional pain – just wanting to get away – and so we end up in the wilderness of rejection. I think of the pain of adultery, infidelity and divorce.

No wonder then, that we easily and gladly befriend self-pity, anger, bitterness, resentment, revenge and fear when they arrive on the scene. After all, not many people roam the dessert.

In Genesis 16 I read of Hagar fleeing to the wilderness because of Sarai’s despising and ill treatment of her.

“And when Sarai dealt severely with her, humbling and afflicting her, she [Hagar] fled from her.”Genesis‬ ‭16:6‬ ‭

There was Hagar – lost, alone, rejected, humiliated, afflicted and hopeless.

Are you like Hagar?

It is in the wilderness that we cry – God, where are you?

You see, our circumstances – that which we identify as our wilderness – limits our vision – and shuts out truth. The wilderness gives you tunnel vision – a tunnel resounding with hopelessness, tears, sorrow, pain and loneliness. It is all you see.

I further read, that the Angel of the Lord (capitals) – meaning Jesus Himself – found her at the well. He came looking for her in the wilderness.

But the Angel of the Lord found her by a spring of water in the wilderness on the road to Shur.” Genesis‬ ‭16:7‬ ‭AMPC‬‬

Dear Hagar, you are not alone. You are not abandoned. You are not hopeless. Jesus Himself, our precious Yeshua, has come to meet you – right there in the wilderness.

Looking into the eyes of Jesus – hope floods Hagar’s spirit and soul. Hope in the wilderness and hope for the future!

So she called the name of the Lord Who spoke to her, You are a God of seeing, for she said, Have I [not] even here [in the wilderness] looked upon Him Who sees me [and lived]? Or have I here also seen [the future purposes or designs of] Him Who sees me?” Genesis‬ ‭16:13‬ ‭AMPC‬‬

So, dear Hagar, today I want to encourage you. Even here in the wilderness in the seemingly forlorn; deserted and lonely place. Lift up your head, dry your eyes. He is standing right there. He is the God of seeing. Even here in the wilderness, He sees you and comes.

Hagar, please let go of the hands and fellowship of fear, self-pity; bitterness, anger, resentment, loneliness and hopelessness. Look into His eyes.

He is here to give you hope, to tell you His plans and purposes.

Hagar, He is the God who sees you. He came for you.

Today, your wilderness of rejection has become a place of meeting and fellowship with Jesus. It is the place where you receive hope and vision for the future.

Sela, calmly pause and think of that

Through the wilderness#1

Introduction to a life changing journey

The word ‘wilderness’ can also be translated as dessert. In general people don’t like desserts and will not volunteer to go to the wilderness for a length of time. In our minds it is something that you need to get out of as soon as possible. We liken it to suffering, lack, barrenness and punishment.

Most people prefer a lush, green valley with a stream of water, birds singing, flowers blooming – a comfortable picture.

Yet, there are more than 300 references to ‘wilderness’ in the Bible – I think God wants to say something.

It is inevitable that we will go through more than one wilderness experience in our lives.

I think of the wildernesses of

– marriage (divorce), relationships and friendships

– finances

– deferred hope

– broken trust

– health, sickness and disease

– depression, anxiety, fear and stress

– death and loss

To mention just a few.

But, are we prepared? Do we have the right mindset and tools for this journey. Why do we fear these seasons? Why do we commence our journeys through the wilderness by packing self-pity, dread, shame, abandonment and fear?

Is it possible that Satan has lied to us about the wilderness? Is it possible that our wilderness seasons are appointed by God to be beacons of hope and seasons of intimacy?

The Hebrew word for wilderness is Midbar. This word means pasture or speech. It is the place where God speaks and where His words become like a pasture to us. The Midbar season is a holy season. It is a season of discovering God in the midst.

I invite you to join me in my discovery of the wilderness. I invite you on a journey to discover Midbar – His words of life in your barren, dry season. I have found the truth of the wilderness experience to be life changing.

Join me and prepare yourself for the Truth of the wilderness. We all know people currently in the wilderness. Bless them! Share these posts with them.

Let’s walk on!

Blind thoughts

We have been walking this journey of ‘blindness’ now for almost six weeks. We as a family had to adapt in so many ways – learning to help and support my son who has lost most of his vision.

At times my son can discern light and colours but mostly everything is dark and very blurry.

We had to learn to orientate and feel. Taking note that the floor changes from carpet to tiles… telling you that you are in the kitchen. Or, there are 22 steps and then you have to turn, take 2 more and then you are in the sitting room. These have become our conversations.

But; some other things have also changed. Our vision turned inwards. I started to question and realize that how much of what we worry about in everyday life becomes of little value when you can’t see.

Appearances

If you can’t see it does not matter if the label inside your pants says size 30 or 40. What matters is that you use the position of the label to know which side is the front and which is the back.

If you can’t see it doesn’t matter if your hair started to frizz or has turned grey… it becomes of no importance.

If you can’t see it doesn’t matter which brand of clothing you wear or how big your diamond ring is.

Time and money

If you can’t see what would you spend your time and money on?

This time of the year the gr 12’s all have their Matric farewells or proms. I see the lavish extravagance and I wonder…. how would we organize these events if we could not see? Would we spend so much money on appearances, looks, the right car, the right dress, the colour scheme, the lashes, hair and nails? Or would these things fade in heir apparent importance? Would we spend this special evening focussing on building memories and savoring the friendships of a season which are about to end?

I have realized that appearances – and most of the things we keep ourselves occupied with – are just vapor. It has no value.

If you can’t see – conversations matter, touch matters, tone of voice matters.

Hearts matter

People matter

And then you understand….

Man looks on the outside, but God looks on the heart. 1 Sam 16:7

Prayer:

Father help me to turn my eyes inwards. Help me to focus on people; and the treasure in their hearts. Help me to unhook my life from appearances. I repent of chasing after and measuring myself and others by a standard determined by the worldly system of acceptability and success.

Father help me to turn my eyes upwards. To see as You see; to regard what You regard and to value what You value.

Your Word says, what ever we look and hook upon we become. In the name of Yeshua I ask you to wash my eyes and to free them from the bondage and lies of appearances and acceptance as determined by the world.

I choose today to turn my eyes upon Jesus, to look full in His wonderful face. May the things of earth grow strangely dim, in the light of Your glory and praise.

Father, may I see and be sensitive to people’s hearts. May my conversations reflect You. And may my heart speak louder than what I own or look like.

I dedicate my eyes and my eye sight to You. Show me how to appreciate and celebrate You goodness all around me.

For we walk by faith, not by sight or appearances.

Selah

Sound portals of healing

What does the atmosphere of your heart sound like? If you could just pause a minute and listen – what would you hear?

What are the sounds your mind are surrounded with? If your thoughts could have a sound – what would the symphony sound like?

I can only imagine what despair, fear, stress, anxiety, hurt, disappointment, depression and hopelessness sound like in the spirit.

Sound is very important in the spirit world. God created our world by releasing sound. We also create when we release sound…

Often we muffle the sound of our hearts and minds. Hiding its true sound from others. Being scared of releasing the honest sound – the wailing, sobbing cries of our emotions.

Often it is not the emotion itself that releases a sound but our responses to our experiences, our reactions to our circumstances and our fears for our loved ones.

What do we sound like when we are faced with weakness, sickness, disease, disappointment?

And this morning I was handed a key from heaven – a key straight from God’s hand.

Read with me:

Three times I pleaded with the Lord to relieve me of this. But he answered me, “My grace is always more than enough for you, and my power finds its full expression through your weakness.” So I will celebrate my weaknesses, for when I’m weak I sense more deeply the mighty power of Christ living in me. So I’m not defeated by my weakness, but delighted! For when I feel my weakness and when I’m surrounded with troubles on every side and face persecution because of my love for Christ—I am made yet stronger. For my weakness becomes a portal to God’s power.”

‭‭2 Corinthians‬ ‭12:8-10‬ ‭TPT

And this is the key… the sound which I release – even silently in the spirit is building a structure. The frequencies of my mind and heart are building a power base. A portal of light or darkness.

The enemy wants you to continue building a portal for fear, despair, disappointment, hopelessness. In it Satan gains much power and glory! It becomes a Jacob’s ladder of sorts – a super-tube of dark creatures and their dark emotions. A funnel of darkness.

God says that if I would release a sound of celebration – in my weakness – I would build a portal to God’s power!

It I could become delighted in what I am facing I would build a portal of God’s power! An avenue for Him to come, work, heal, resolve!

Let me pray this over you:

Father, you know what your precious children are facing right now. You know their emotions and the sounds their hearts and minds are resounding with in the spirit. Father, through the blood of the Lamb, I silence these dark sounds, the frequencies of hopelessness, pain, worry, fear and despair. In the name of Yeshua I shut down this dark portal over you and your loves ones.

Father, by faith, we release a new sound. By faith, we choose to celebrate and delight in our weaknesses. So, today, we say, ‘thank You for letting us go through this. Thank You for helping us delight in Your presence in this. Thank you for teaching us about weakness so that we can find your Strength.

In the name of Yeshua we create a new portal – one that is able to carry Your power, Your goodness, Your faithfulness, Your hope, Your life, Your love. We bring our weaknesses, our brokenness, our challenges as an offering to You. We celebrate them – for You are Mighty to save. We position ourselves, our loved ones, our challenges and circumstances, our weaknesses under Your portal of power. Flood us my King! Make us Your portal! I open my heart to You.

Who is like our God? No One! We declare your Kingdom come and your will be done. We release a sound of worship and thankfulness! You are our Lord; Mighty in Battle. You are our Defender. You are our Help; our Strong Tower, our Shield. Your arm is not too short!

Let our tears worship You. Let our battles worship You. Let our weaknesses worship You. Father I lift up the arms of those who are too weak to do this themselves. I thank you, Father that we can be real: that we no longer have to hide our weaknesses from one another. We choose to let go of the masks we carry – the pretenses of being strong and OK. I celebrate their weaknesses on their behalf! I am thanking my King for His power that will help and sustain you, this very day. You are our Shepherd, our living water, our bread of life!

Your power heals! It restores our broken hearts and holds everything that pertains to to us – in Your hands.

Father, we come and by faith we give one step forward. We choose to come out from under the negative dark portal. With arms raised high – we step under the portal of Your power. Wash over us!

We release a new sound, declaring I celebrate this!!!

Amen

As a new sound I release this song over you. Begin to celebrate! Break the mold!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3U4Q2R7ZZAE

Expectations of a photoshopped life

Expectation: to look forward to; regard as likely to happen; anticipate the occurrence or the coming of.

Restaurants use it as a powerful marketing tool. They give you beautiful photographs of what to expect from your food – and then we are mostly disappointed because what we get is not what the picture showed… #photoshopped food

Expectations are like beautiful movies in our minds. We focus all of our senses on it. We can feel it, we can see it, our emotions get engaged with it. Hope gets entangled with it. #photoshopped life

But, we all know the crash of emotions when expectations are not met…

When expectations crash we feel discouraged, disappointed, confused, hurt, sad…. we get wounded.

My son has been very ill the last three months. He has also lost his vision due to a form of PTSD. Suddenly and most unexpectedly, I am looking after a blind 17 year old – having no framework for this. My life movie – life expectation – did not include this scene.

I find myself waking up every morning thinking – maybe today… EXPECTING him to see again.

But, every morning my expectation – the movie I have created in my mind meets reality and crashes down.

Now, after about 5 weeks of not being able to see, find his way, study, go down the stairs… of us having to take care of all his needs I find myself having 5 weeks of layers of crashed expectation. These disappointments became like an ever increasing yoke of sorrow over my heart and mind.

I prayed about this and Holy Spirit showed me the problem.

I expect him to see. I expect him to be better.

I expect him to find his way….

When I did a Word study on ‘expect’ I found that in every instance it says

Expect Me – expect Jesus.

Wait and hope for and expect the Lord; be brave and of good courage and let your heart be stout and enduring. Yes, wait for and hope for and expect the Lord.” Psalm‬ ‭27:14‬ ‭

And now, Lord, what do I wait for and expect? My hope and expectation are in You.”

‭‭Psalm‬ ‭39:7‬ ‭AMPC‬‬

This is an emotional game changer…

Instead of placing my expectation on my son, on his eyes, on him getting better. I now expect the Lord! And HE is EVER FAITHFUL.

So, instead of wondering about the outcome, I anchor my expectation on Him.

God’s got this! I can just expect Him today… and if not today… then I expect Him the next. His promises are true, His seasons perfect, His timing accurate, His love steadfast.

Let us pray:

Father, I repent of placing my expectations in man and circumstances. I repent that I blamed You when my expectations were not met. I come today and I bring my circumstances, challenges, wounds, seasons, my son (include your loves ones) into Your hands.

Father, I bring my heart and ask You to peal back the layers of disappointment. Please remove the yokes of sadness and sorrow from my mind and heart. Please heal these wounds and restore the frayed chords of my trust in You. I repent for doubting your character and goodness. I see now that my focus was misplaced. I only looked at myself and those around me. I trade my expectations – my movies – for Your perfect plans.

Today, I anchor my expectation in Your steadfast character. I anchor my expectation to Your names, Your promises, Your timing. No photoshopped earthly expectations but Your heavenly truth.

I thank You that I can bring heaven to earth. I thank You that I can expect You! All I need is Your presence and power in my situation.

It is well with my soul because the Architect of the Universe the One I belong to – He is not surprised, concerned, perplexed.

So I trust in, rely on and expect the Lord.

King of Glory have Your glory!

I cannot wait to see how You are going to solve this problem. Display your Majesty, I pray!

In this I know I will not be disappointed

“As it is written, Behold I am laying in Zion a Stone that will make men stumble, a Rock that will make them fall; but he who believes in Him [who adheres to, trusts in, and relies on Him] SHALL NOT be put to shame NOR be disappointed in his expectations.” Romans‬ ‭9:33‬ ‭

Oh what glorious expectation!

Selah!

Camping with God

I am scared of weakness!

When faced with weakness I am out of my depth – my confidence goes from hero to zero in split seconds. I am unsure what to do!

In this world we are taught to hide weakness. We are taught to try harder, work longer – pushing for change.

We fix weakness. We gym, we shop, we diet, we move, we medicate, we lie, we stress, we hide, we perform…we change.

But, how much of this is sustainable? How long can you keep this up? What if these things no longer work and the weakness you try to hide starts leaking out – past your well set-up defense systems?

My son is dealing with deep, deep trauma of 10 weeks in NICU at birth – 17 years ago. The best explanation to give, is that he is in a state of PTSD.

For two months now, all the symptoms of his trauma in NICU has surfaced. It is as if we have stepped back in time – his body remembers and portrays the pain and trauma he experienced then. At times he is week and helpless like a baby – unable to walk and talk. He has all the symptoms of meningitis (which he contracted in NICU but without the actual virus being present, now) he suffers from severe headaches, memories of hydrocephalus and a shunt operation.

We walk this journey by faith praying, fasting, trusting, hoping. Eating fresh manna of His mercies every day.

The last two weeks he has lost most of his sight – a memory of an eye laser op at 1 month old.

And here… I missed a beat. This added weakness – his inability to see – scared me.

In response I tried to be strong, to manage the situation – to plan, to find practical solutions… to fix it.

But what if your being strong is not helping the weak?

Mine, is not a unique story. Anyone facing trauma – things like disease, divorce or death has to face it and deal with the reality of weakness.

The Bible says let the weak say I AM strong…

I praise God that I know the I AM for little i am – surely isn’t strong.

And then as I prayed Holy Spirit gave me this key, this blessing, this WOW moment of revelation.

But He said to me, My grace (My favor and loving-kindness and mercy) is enough for you [sufficient against any danger and enables you to bear the trouble manfully]; for My strength and power are made perfect (fulfilled and completed) and show themselves most effective in [your] weakness.

Therefore, I will all the more gladly glory in my weaknesses and infirmities, that the strength and power of Christ (the Messiah) may rest (yes, may pitch a tent over and dwell) upon me!” 2 Corinthians‬ ‭12:9‬ ‭AMPC‬‬

The key He gave me is this: in order to bear up this trouble manfully I have to admit my weakness.

In this He comes and puts ALL of His power and strengthcompletely and powerfully on display… most effectively (reread the scripture). It is like the ultimate trade… my pennies for His treasure…

All I have to do is gladly glory in my weakness and infirmities – now, there’s a thought…..not to hide it.

And this enables Him to pitch a tent of power and strength right over me – I can come into the tent admit and confess my weakness and soak in His limitless power and strength. Being changed from glory to glory – camping out with God.

Let us pray:

Father, today I come boldly into Your throne room of grace. I bring my weakness – the things scaring me – those things keeping me awake at night – into Your presence. Father, I choose to gladly glory in this weakness and infirmity I am facing. I bring it into the tent of Your most effective, perfect power and strength. I thank you that Your power and strength encourages me and enables me to face the trouble manfully. I step into Your covering of rest. Now, I can say I AM strong. For You are the great I AM – mighty and powerful. I thank You for your Holy Spirit who bears me up in my weakness. I thank You for surrounding me with your strength and power.

I thank you for your Word in Is 49:23 that says those who trust in You will never be put to shame. So, like David, I say, why are you cast down and depressed my inner self?

And why should you moan over me and be disquieted within me? Hope in God and wait expectantly for Him, for I shall yet praise Him, my Help and my God. Yet the Lord will command His loving-kindness in the daytime, and in the night His song shall be with me, a prayer to the God of my life.” So I raise my voice in worship and thanks giving today, gladly glorifying You! Knowing that when I am weak – you are strong! Perfectly and completely strong.

Calmly pause and think of that

HELP me! Jesus me!

Have you ever cried for help?

My son has been very ill the last seven weeks. He has been in bed most days unable to do ‘normal’ life…. this is not just a cold.

No medicine HELPS…

Nothing alleviates the pain in his body…

The Dr’s are scratching their heads… no apparent cause for his unexplained symptoms.

What do you do if nothing HELPS no logic, no past experience to draw from, no medicine?

You pray – Because you know this is spiritual…

Make your life a prayer. 1Thess 5:17

One morning – after a very rough night of almost no sleep – I was drinking a cup of coffee, crying…

‘Lord HELP me, show me, guide me!’

He answered me and said – you need to study the word HELP from the Bible.

The word ‘help’ in the Bible is the word – Yeshua (the Hebrew name for Jesus). It means to surround, defend, deliver, victory, health, salvation and welfare.

A loaded Word! A prayer all in itself

HELP!-

So when I cry – HELP me! I am crying…

Yeshua me…. Jesus me… defend me… surround me… save me…deliver me… heal me! And peace comes!

Call to Me and I will answer you Jer 33:3‬ ‭

Whenever trouble strikes, I will keep crying out to you, for I know your help is on the way. Ps‬ ‭86:7‬ ‭

So my friend do you need HELP? In HIS NAME – I pray this over you…

MAY THE Lord answer you in the day of trouble! May the name of the God of Jacob set you up on high [and defend you]; Send you HELP (send you Jesus) from the sanctuary and support, refresh, and strengthen you from Zion; Psalm‬ ‭20:1-2‬ ‭

Father we lift up our eyes to the hills asking, where shall our help come from? We praise You for knowing that our help (our Jesus) comes from You, Who made heaven and earth. Psalm‬ ‭121:1-2

Today, I know and declare GOD IS our Refuge and Strength mighty and impenetrable to temptation, a very present and well-proved help in trouble. Psalm‬ ‭46:1‬ ‭AMPC‬‬

Declare this: The Lord is my Strength and my [impenetrable] Shield; my heart trusts in, relies on, and confidently leans on Him, and I am helped; therefore my heart greatly rejoices, and with my song will I praise Him.

Ps 28:7‬

Pause and calmly think of this!

I AM HELPED!

SELA

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