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The Bae List

Valentine’s Day is coming! And all the single people are totally excited!!!NOT!Since Valentine’s Day is around the corner, I decided to tell you guys about the bae list, my experience with it, and how far I have come with it. The bae list is a list of all the qualities you would want in a future spouse. Whether spiritually, financially, psychologically (state of mind perception) physically, domestically and many more, it is about what you want. This list is created, and then taken to God in prayer. I me... read more »

Overcoming Depression

This is a really delicate topic, so I’ll throw in a couple of “lols” just to loosen up the pathway for the heart trying to rise through the esophagus. So, how did I overcome depression? Actually the question is how am I overcoming depression? This is probably the hardest post I’ll ever write, but I promised to share my story. So here goes.. Depression came in my mid-high school years. The works: stay in my room all day, refuse to socialize with family, church family, school friends,(except for my ... read more »


God closed a lot of doors in my life in 2015, but I did not see death. I was close to death at times, but I took those miraculous footsteps back and cheated. or is it cheating if they were miracles? He ended toxic relationships and gave me new relationships so that I may begin to last more than 1 week living for him. He took away the stumbling block that separated me from him and though he did not give me the pinch of amnesia I cried for, He helped me to understand these memories and to use them to touch... read more »

Follow Your Purpose by Julie Arduini

One of my recent reads was to review the book, Captive. You might remember the author, Ashley Smith, was the single mom who in 2005 was held hostage by Brian Nichols. What made her story so extraordinary was that during her ordeal she read him Pastor Rick Warrens, The Purpose Driven Life. The book will [] read more »

Living Legacy – What Does That Mean?

“Jacob. What do you like best about vacation?” “Family” replied my eight year old grandson. For the first time since I was a child we had a family vacation. It consisted of two grandparents, five children and seven grandchildren. It took place on a lake in the middle of “Nowhere” New York. Somehow, some way Continue reading Living Legacy What Does That Mean? read more »

Grace For All The Right Reasons

It is the day of grace. Grace. The man of Jesus. John 1:17 For the Law was given through Moses; grace and truth were realized through Jesus Christ. That never ending flow of empowerment through the believer. Grace. Unmerited, undeserved favor. We have heard them all. Used them all. Grace. I am part of what Continue reading Grace For All The Right Reasons read more »

One By One In New England

This morning I shared a story of a fire across the land of New England. It was a word the Lord gave me with regard to awakening or revival. A timing in and of the Lord, where hearts are changed and focused on Him. The place where His goodness overcomes that which has previously “opposed” Continue reading One By One In New England read more »

Perfect Love In Imperfect People

Last night I had the opportunity to participate in a fun time called “Guess who is coming to dinner”? A number of people chose to be the hosts. Other people agreed to be guests. The lady who thought about doing this put all the names of the guests in a hat. As she picked the Continue reading Perfect Love In Imperfect People read more »

Rough Times In Our Lives

I sat here this morning thinking of the pain someone I had known for years was going through. A rough patch. A part of me was “glad” that it was not me. The rest of me had a heart that began to feel their pain as my mind recounted the times I had seen pain Continue reading Rough Times In Our Lives read more »

Strength From a Broken Place

“My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.” Therefore I will boast all the more gladly about my weaknesses, so that Christ’s power may rest on me. 10 That is why, for Christ’s sake, I delight in weaknesses, in insults, in hardships, in persecutions, in difficulties. For when I Continue reading Strength From a Broken Place read more »

The Thing About Love In The Church

Many years ago I was in preparation for a meeting. It was in Maine. I made the decision to take a young man with me. The meeting was in ministry to the unbeliever, specifically seekers of false religions, including witchcraft, new age and paganism. I wrote this about the 2006 meeting. My young friend actually Continue reading The Thing About Love In The Church read more »

Removing Darkness For Goodness’ Sake

This morning I went through some technology frustration. This program would not shut off. Another would not respond. Things did not work the way I had planned or the way they ought to. So, I find myself running a little later than normal. Delays are great opportunities to see patience worked out in one’s life! Continue reading Removing Darkness For Goodness Sake read more »

The Word Is a Lamp Unto My Feet

The man stood at the front of the second floor church assembly. I noticed that the wall had been removed to make more room. I was putting additional chairs in the room, making more room for people. There was a part of me that was feeling an undercurrent of something was wrong but honestly I Continue reading The Word Is a Lamp Unto My Feet read more »

Your NOW Is Here!

It could be right now. Today. Too often we think everything is down the road, when in fact it has the potential to be in your today. I do not disagree with timing or seasons, but sometimes we hold onto that “get ready for tomorrow, today” in situations that warrant a NOW! Are you seeing Continue reading Your NOW Is Here! read more »

Change That Changes

Last night I pondered my day and while I was sitting upstairs I thought, what is it that I can release into the atmosphere that I would know would change someone’s life. The thought came to me that I wanted to see myself somewhere else. I wanted a visitation to a “visible” heavenly place. I [] read more »

Expecting Grace in “The Hardest Peace” by Kara ...

Hello my friends. Join me in facing and discussing something that touches ALL lives at some point in life. Cancer. Lets face it boldly, courageously and filled with love for each other with whatever days God gives us to live for Him. If you or someone you love has ever been touched by the impact [] read more »

Overhauled Once And For All

In my dream a client of mine called me every day for a new part. Earlier in the year he had made the purchase of a computer. Each day he would call and tell me what he needed to make it better. Make it run faster. Early on I had “found” this “part number” that [] read more »

Sent To The World

This morning I saw a vision that captivated me. It was not long, but it was powerful. What I saw were men and women of all ages coming into cities and communities. I was reminded of the scripture from the book of Jonah 3:3, So Jonah arose and went to Nineveh, according to the word [] read more »

Grace Is The Sweetest Sound

This morning I woke up “blank” . Usually I awaken to something. A thought, a picture or an idea.his morning as I came down the stairs, I realized there was nothing on the “stove” of percolation. Nothing revealed, nothing seen. “God, have I missed something?” I asked. With over 700 blogs in as many days, [] read more »

Mundanity – You Don’t Have To Live There!

Too often in our lives we encounter mundanity. We begin something and it it lasts longer than we had anticipated. Or perhaps circumstances in our life have changed causing the need for the existence to last but a little longer. How about the job you thought you would retire from and the economy changed and [] read more »

Deep Calling Unto Deep

Many years ago an old man told my father about a fishing spot. He told him it is “bottomless”. My father, the fisherman that he was, decided this is where we are going. A few days later he hooked the rowboat up to the motorboat and early in the morning we headed out. A few [] read more »

Lay Hands Upon The Sick…

The young woman came to my store every day. Each day she would come by after school and stop in. She was smart, articulate and interesting. She would talk about her hopes and her dreams. She would talk about what she was going to be and where she was going to go. About the world [] read more »

You Can Get Off Anytime

Treadmill The last few days I have watched this recurring vision. A vision of a treadmill. Now many people use treadmills. A treadmill is great for walking or running when it is cold outside. But the reality of it is, it is nothing like being outside walking. And where do you go? Where do you [] read more »

Character And Grace

While reading the news this morning in the quiet I have before the day starts, I thought how different is life these days. How much do people really think is important? How much responsibility do they think they have? If there is one thing that defines character, it is most likely accepting the responsibility for [] read more »

Where Is Your Family?

A thought for my friends about the finished work, revival, and such. Over the last few months I have had a number of people talk to me about family. I have thought long and hard about it. So many are bemoaning the “loss” of their family while in pursuit of the Lord. Here is one [] read more »

Close Encounters Of The God Kind

A week or so ago, I wrote on to tactics of the enemy. One was being disconnected. The other was an attack on health. I received a lot of communication from folks indicating that they were encountering one or the other, or sometimes both. The issue is not whether I correctly saw, but what we [] read more »

Grace Keeps You Off The Guardrails

The other day, my friend Lynn Hiles was here to speak in our church. Our conversation turned to West Virginia and the upcoming conference. He and I had a short conversation about something that happened while I was in West Virgina last September. While I was down there the Lord spoke something very powerful to [] read more »

June Foster and Why She Wrote Ryan’s Father by ...

Julies Note: I had the pleasure of growing leaps and bounds as a writer under the mentorship of June Foster when we were in the same critique group. I admire her writing about subjects that are difficult and even controversial. This is the case with her latest book, Ryans Father, a winner with the Clash [] read more »

August: Osage County (2013)

Oklahoma can be unbearable in the hot, sweltering days of August. So can the Weston family but they can’t really use the weather as an excuse. It would appear that they are unbearable all twelve months out of the year. Continue reading The post August: Osage County (2013) appeared first on Movie Parables. read more »

The End Of Legalism Is Found In Christ

I had three short dreams last night. They all were along the same lines. The law. In one of them I found myself in an office situation. The people I worked with were continually upset. Each time they would come through a particular door where the office files were they would end up in a [] read more »

Well, Well, Well…What Do We Have Here?

Pray For The Wells This morning I was pondering various things having been praying for various situations and friends. As I sat down with a cup of coffee and was reading a note from a friend about a word, I heard “Pray For The Wells.” Hmmmm…. As I sat and thought, I thought why is [] read more »

The Spirit Of Freedom Real Conversations

Each one of the came to the table. They had each been plotting against the company. They had been exposed. Brought out into the light. Their deeds had gone unnoticed for a very long time. One of them was the son of one of the executives. Life sure looked different from their end of the [] read more »

Big Brother Is Watching You!

Ha! You thought I was going to talk about the 200 million emails a day the NSA has been watching. No, what I want to talk about is even more insidious, darker and more sinister. Mindsets! A few weeks ago I prophesied romance is in the air. That this is the year for many who [] read more »

How To Walk In More Grace And Avoid Manipulation

I love Galatians 2:20 I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me. To me it is one of the [] read more »

Shhhh… Listen! Do You Hear The Sound Of Five Ch...

“Too many cooks will spoil the broth”…remember that! Dream A few weeks ago I had an interesting dream.(December 7th 2013) In that dream I went into a restaurant. The restaurant looked very similar to one I had owned in the early 1980’s. As I walked through the double doors I felt something change. Like there [] read more »

You Reap What You Sow

Good morning said a woman as she walked up to the man sitting on the ground. The man slowly looked up. This was a woman clearly accustomed to the finer things of life. Her coat was new.. She looked like read more read more »

Words Of Destiny #8 For Parents and Spouses

Too often we struggle with our children and our marriages. They are often tied closely. Many are single parents who are needing a fresh word. Do these words bless you? These words are meant to encourage you. Feel free to share them. Subscribe to our blog on the right. Join our Facebook group. Get the [] read more »

Monday Morning Motivator - Never Too Far For Grace

There has been so much in the news recently about "heroes" falling from grace. Politician, business mogul, sports hero, pastoral figures - in every walk of life and profession, we elevate people up as role models and heroes. But, they are people, human and flawed. Many of them err, and take the long fall from grace. It may harden the hearts and break our trust. But, like those we put on a pedestal, we all fall.It is never out of His reach. This is good news for all of us. read more »

Grace and Class?

I keep all grace and class in mind while writing my blog, and what I write, is well written with an aim ( after much research, added to my experience of my surroundings) a deliberate aim to steer clear; If it seems like puking to someone, the person concerned has to think for himself, not me. Moreover, I write as a hobby, am not a professional writer (neither have any plans in near or far future), and of course don't bother much what impression it leaves, as I want to keep it as simple and natural. i d... read more »

On Tiger Woods and Grace :: To Forgive or Not t...

As I watched Tiger Woods stand behind the podium on Saturday morning, delivering his statement to the general public, a few thoughts ran through my head. I know this is well-rehearsed and scripted, but is it sincere? Is there any way to know for sure? Even if I feel it is sincere, what are others thinking? The only question [...] read more »

God, Adam and Eve :: Why Love and Control Are N...

I was reading in Genesis the other day, taking in the Bible in a bit of a different way.  There is a new publication by Zondervan that takes the TNIV version of the Bible and lays it out in one readable story:  chronologically, in story form, omitting the places where events are repeated, delivering the [...] Related posts: The Element of Fear :: How It Almost Always Works and Usually Never Lasts I received an email not long ago that left me... We All, Like Cats, Have Gone Astray I remember my first mee... read more »

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