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By Deborah Waldron Fry




10/26 Heard this word today, "Constrained." Constrain means to urge, to press on, to be carried away, The Love of Jesus is constraining His Bride. His Voice is calling out for those who are not yet saved to come to Him. The Spirit is pressing urgently for His Bride to reach out to the lost and dying. He is setting a FIRE in her heart. Jesus is blowing on the embers, creating a Fire she will not be able to hold in. His Love will burn brightly in her and through her and will flow like a River to all who will receive Him. No longer will she sigh in defeat but she will roar in Triumph! 



"Beloved. Arise and shine. Get ready to melt some hearts, My Bride. Hear the Spirit calling. The Spirit is calling you near, inviting you, compelling you to speak of My Love. It is the Love of God and My Goodness that brings men to repentance. Though this season has been hard and many of My own have become tired and weary, My Spirit has come now to encourage and strengthen you, Dear One. 


"You were not made to be a quiet Bride or a frightened and intimidated Warrior, but I have made you as bold as a Lion and  My Mouthpiece for such a time as this. As it was spoken in Jeremiah," If I say, “I will not remember Him or speak His name anymore,” Then my heart becomes a burning fire shut up in my bones. And I am weary of enduring and holding it in." 



"Oh yes, Beloved,  you shall not be able to contain those words of wisdom I have given you any longer, but you shall release them like a Mighty Rushing Fire that shall spread throughout the earth. It is a Wild Fire of My Love that shall melt the hearts of men. I send out My Word, I cause the Wind to blow, and the Waters to flow.



"I have set you as a seal upon My Heart, as a seal upon My Arm, for Love is strong as death, My strong Passion is fierce as the grave. Its flashes are flashes of Fire, the very Flame of Yahweh! A bruised reed I will not break, and a smoldering wick I will not extinguish, until I lead justice to victory. In My Name the nations will put their hope!  The Champion of Heaven has made the Way for all to enter in. 



"So go forth, My Warrior Bride, and proclaim the Victory found in Christ alone. I am inviting you to partake of My Goodness, to feast at My Table and drink from My River of Delights. You shall not fail nor fall nor be tripped up by the enemy. I have made your feet like hind's feet and you shall stand upon the heights! 



"My Love for you shall fill you to overflowing, like a Mighty Ocean, and the knowledge of the Glory of God shall cover the earth as the waters cover the sea! My Love makes you brave! I have called you to speak for Me to the nations! 


"You are My witness,” declares the LORD, “and My servant whom I have chosen, so that you may consider and believe Me and understand that I am He. Before Me no god was formed, and after Me none will come. I, yes I, am the LORD, and there is no Savior but Me. You burn with the very Flame of Yah! 



"My Love is a Raging River flowing from the Throne of Grace. For I am He who is well able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the Presence of My Glory with exceeding Joy, the only Wise God your Savior, Whose Glory and Majesty, Dominion and Power shall bring you safely Home, My Bride, both now and forever.”






CONSTRAIN: Strong's Greek 3870: From para and kaleo; to call near, i.e. Invite, invoke. Strong's Greek 3849: To urge, press, constrain by entreaties. From para and the middle voice of biazo; to force contrary to, i.e. compel. "What does it mean to feel constrained? That one must do something." Generally in the sense of pressing urgently (2 Kings 4:8; Luke 24:29; Acts 16:15), to impel or carry away (2 Corinthians 5:14); sometimes to be compelled of necessity (Job 32:18; Acts 28:19; compare Galatians 6:12). (Bible Dictionary, Biblehub) 




‘The love of Christ constraineth us, because we thus judge, that if one died for all, then all died, and that He died for all,’ etc. That is to say, the death of Christ for all, which is equivalent to the death of Christ for each, is the great solvent by which the love of God melts men’s hearts, and is the great proof that Jesus Christ loves me, and you, and all of us. (MacLaren Commentary)




Constrains us - (συνέχει sunechei). This word (συνέχω sunechō) properly means, to hold together, to press together, to shut up; then to press on, urge, impel, or excite. The word means that it compresses us, and therefore keeps us irresistibly drawn to Him and His work. "I died to the Law that I might live to Christ;" "I have been crucified with Christ" (Galatians 2:19, 20); and, "Ye died, and your life has been hidden with Christ in God" (Colossians 3:3).





2 Corinthians 5:14 

"Either way, Christ's love compels us. Since we believe that Christ died for all, we also believe that we have all died to our old life. NIV For the love of Christ CONSTRAINETH us; because we thus judge, that if one died for all, then were all dead." KJV



Jeremiah 20:9

"If I say, “I will not remember Him or speak His name anymore,” Then my heart becomes a burning fire shut up in my bones. And I am weary of enduring and holding it in; I cannot endure it [nor contain it any longer]." AMP



Job 32:18

"For I am full of pent-up words, and the Spirit within me constrains me (urges me on)”



Psalm 147:18

"He sendeth out His word, and melts them: He causes His Wind to blow, and the waters flow.”



Song of Solomon 8:6 (The words of the Bride to the Bridegroom) 

"Set me as a seal upon Your heart, as a seal upon Your arm, for love is strong as death, jealousy is fierce as the grave. Its flashes are flashes of fire, the very flame of the LORD.”



SEAL—See Jeremiah 22:24; Haggai 2:23, &c. A symbol of something especially dear and precious. 

JEALOUSY—Strong passion, from a word meaning to be RED WITH FLAME; not in a bad sense, as the parallelism shows:— “Strong as death is love, Inexorable as Sheol is ardent passion.”



A MOST VEHEMENT FLAME—Literally, a flame of YAH, the only place where the sacred name occurs in the book, and here, as in the Authorized Version, adverbially, to express something superlatively great and strong. 



Isaiah 42:3

"A bruised reed He will not break and a smoldering wick He will not extinguish; He will faithfully bring forth justice.”



Matthew 12:20

"A bruised reed He will not break, and a smoldering wick He will not extinguish, till He leads justice to victory.”



Romans 2:4

"Or do you despise the riches of His goodness, forbearance, and long-suffering, not knowing that the goodness of God leads you to repentance?"



Jude 1:21

"Keep yourselves in the LOVE OF GOD as you await the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ to bring you eternal life. 22 And indeed, have mercy on those who doubt; 23 Save others by snatching them from the fire; and to still others show mercy tempered with fear, hating even the clothing stained by the flesh. 24 Now unto Him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy, 25To the only wise God our Saviour, be glory and majesty, dominion and power, both now and ever. Amen.



Isaiah 43:10

“You are My witnesses,” declares the LORD, “and My servant whom I have chosen, so that you may consider and believe Me and understand that I am He. Before Me no god was formed, and after Me none will come. 11 I, yes I, am the LORD, and there is no Savior but Me.”



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Prophetic Word: Watch the Kremlin

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Barry Wunsch



I awoke the morning with a heavy presence of God upon me.



He took me back into an open vision He gave me yesterday. In the vision I was seated in the center of the USA. 



I was looking at a large radar screen. And aa it swept the nation there was a formation of vessels or aircraft that appeared on screen approaching from the 1 o'clock position on the screen. These did not appear to be American assets. 



And Holy Spirit calmly and clearly spoke these words to me. 



It was clear to me to share them immediately, Barry. Tell my people that my word still stands. For is not a day like a thousand years and a thousand years like a day? 



For my ways are not your ways and a mystery to you. Yet I say unto you again on this day that the nations tremble and will tremble at the power of my word. 



For this is far from over, we are only getting started. Watch as I peel back layer after layer of deception from you. For I am not a God who does not carry out My word. 



For I can use whomever I have chosen in this hour, and many will be shocked when they see the veil removed. 



Watch the Kremlin. 



Watch it closely. 









It is not by coincidence! 


It is all coming to a head! 


There are those among you, evil demonic authorities who will not bow down to truth to protect and hide their evil ways and have put innocent ones in the path like a shield trying to hide behind lies. 


But this shall be their downfall. 


This will be their demise. 

Now is the time to fast and pray for we are in the epic battle of the age. 


Do not forget that it is I who us the Lord of Hosts! 


And it is I who shall bring the victory!


For I say unto you on this day do not fear, do not loose heart for you are mine and I am with you and I am for you.


You will come out of the fire! 


And you will be stronger and closer to me than ever before. 


My arm is not to short to save, heal and deliver. 


I have never walked away from a fight in the past and I assure you I am not going to start now! 

Holy is the word of the Lord. 




God Bless and Protect you and your families! 


God Bless and Protect Israel! 


God Bless the United States of America the Beautiful! God 

Bless Canada the True North Strong and Free!



Most sincerely 

Barry Wunsch

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By Glenn H. Jackson



 ...."This book of the law [the Word of God] shall not depart from [always be in] your mouth, but you shall meditate on it day and night, so that you may be careful [take heed] to do according to all that is written in it; for THEN you will make your way prosperous, and THEN you will have success".... Joshua 1:8 NASB



OUR CONVERSATION [part 2 of 2] * Dare to stand in the presence of sense knowledge facts, and declare that you are what God says you are! For instance, sense knowledge declares that I am sick with an incurable disease. I confess that God laid that disease on Jesus, that Satan has no right to put it on me, and that “by His stripes I am healed.” 



I am to hold fast to my confession in the face of apparent sense knowledge contradiction. Sense knowledge says that it is not true, that I am confessing an untruth. But I am confessing what God says. You see, there are two kinds of truth: sense knowledge truth and revelation truth, and they are usually opposed to each other. 



I live in the new realm above the senses, so I hold fast to my confession that I am what the Word says I am. Suppose my senses have revealed the fact that I am in great need financially. 



The Word declares, “My God shall supply all your need” (Philippians 4:19). I call His attention to what the senses have intimated, and He knows that my expectations are from Him. (See Psalm 62:5.) I refuse to be intimidated by sense evidences. I refuse to have my life governed by them. 



I know that He who is in me is greater than the forces that surround me. The forces that oppose me are in the senses. The power that is in me is the Holy Spirit, and I know that spiritual forces are greater than the forces in the sense realm. I maintain my confession of spiritual values, of spiritual realities in the face of sense contradictions.





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Do Not Be Afraid!

by Ted E. Bowling
Forerunner, "Ready Answer," October 26, 2022



Are not two sparrows sold for a copper coin? And not one of them falls to the ground apart from your Father’s will.” (Matthew 10:29)



Not long ago, at the end of a day of inspections in eastern Georgia, I stopped to fuel my vehicle. As I stood pumping the gas, a sparrow landed about five feet away and began pecking on some crumbs, seemingly unafraid of me. I watched him for several minutes until he flew off out of sight.


I could not help thinking of Jesus’ words in Matthew and Luke informing us that our great God is mindful of this little bird. It seemed a little ironic that the whole nation fears increasing gas prices, worrying how they will cope if the gas crisis continues, and this tiny, vulnerable bird simply goes about his daily search for food without a care. It is especially ironic because Jesus uses the sparrow to teach us not to fret but trust Him in all things. He says in Matthew 10:31, “Do not fear therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows.”


Jesus chose this diminutive bird to answer the questions: Does God really notice us? Does He watch over us and love and care for each of us?


An Insignificant Bird


Understanding the context of Matthew 10 is helpful. At its beginning, Matthew lists the names of the apostles Jesus called and then launches into His instructions regarding their commission to do God’s work (verses 1-10). Within His instructions are warnings that their lives will not be easy. Many people would not be receptive to their message, and the apostles would have to learn to deal with it (verses 11-15).


In the next section (verses 16-24), He tells them directly that they will face persecution. They will suffer trials and difficult days, but He also comforts them three times—in verses 26, 28, and 31—saying, “Do not fear.” In so doing, Jesus reassures them that God was with them every step of their journey.


In Matthew 10:29-31 and in Luke’s version of the same event (Luke 12:6-7), Jesus uses the example of the sparrow to teach that nothing escapes the attention of our loving God. Why did Christ choose the sparrow? Sparrows are not majestic or powerful like raptors but just the opposite: Sparrows are extremely vulnerable, especially susceptible to birds of prey like falcons, hawks, and eagles.


Sparrows are small and nondescript. A sparrow’s average length is only five to six inches long, and one of the tiny creatures weighs less than an ounce. And most often, they go unnoticed even though they number in the billions (1.6 billion house sparrows are estimated to exist around the globe, and there are 28 true-sparrow species). They are drab brown and blend in with the ground, dry grass, or scrub.


I love to watch the cardinals perching in the small tree in our front yard, and in the trees behind our house, a family of blue jays often captures my attention until they fly off. Sparrows are there too, up on the powerline or hopping in the yard, but my eyes rarely rest on them. There is little to them to hold a person’s attention. They cannot match the brilliance of colored plumage other songbirds sport.


No one prizes sparrows. No one gets excited when one flies into sight. No one pays big money to import a pair from abroad. People do not keep them in cages for their pleasant song; in fact, their “song” is more of a squawk. To put it bluntly, the sparrow is probably the most insignificant of all birds.


Yet, it is for this very reason that Jesus used them to teach the apostles about God’s watchful care over them and us today.


A Worthless Bird


The two instances of Jesus’ comments about sparrows say much the same thing, although a few minor details are different:


Are not two sparrows sold for a copper coin? And not one of them falls to the ground apart from your Father’s will. But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Do not fear therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows. (Matthew 10:29-31)



Are not five sparrows sold for two copper coins? And not one of them is forgotten before God. But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Do not fear therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows. (Luke 12:6-7)


As Jesus often does, He uses an example that His contemporary audience would have easily understood. Vendors sold sparrows in first-century markets as food for the lower class, and Jesus draws on this common marketplace transaction to make His point.


As mentioned above, sparrows are tiny; they typically weigh less than an ounce. One would hardly be a mouthful, and what is more, their nutritional value is meager. The sparrow was indeed a poor man’s food, and even several of them would hardly make a decent meal.


It is easy to understand how little value they had in the Roman-era marketplace. No one would get rich selling pairs of sparrows for a copper coin, typically the lowest-value coins, similar in value to our modern penny. These tiny birds hold even less value today since modern people do not use them as food.


Luke takes matters a step further by saying that for two copper coins, one could buy not only the expected four sparrows, but the merchant would throw in a fifth sparrow for free! It is as if the fifth sparrow had no value at all. The fifth sparrow was literally worthless, yet Jesus says God does not overlook even it. Luke writes, “And not one of them is forgotten before God.”


It is difficult to comprehend how this is possible. But we can take this amazing watchfulness of God even further.


God Sees Everything


Matthew phrases what Jesus says a little differently: “And not one of them falls to the ground apart from your Father’s will” (Matthew 10:29).


The word “falls” (Strong’s #4098) is translated from the Greek word: piptō, which has the basic meaning of “to descend from a higher place to a lower one,” thus, “to fall.” For example, when the young man Eutychus “fell” from the third story of a house in Troas, the word Luke uses is a form of piptō. Luke also uses it to describe a donkey or an ox falling into a well (Luke 14:5), and Matthew uses it of a house falling or not falling due to flooding (Matthew 7:25, 27).


Alternatively, it can mean “to light upon.” The more common usage in Scripture is “to fall,” but this connotation is worth considering.


Most people assume that Jesus means that God notices when a sparrow falls to the earth and dies. This understanding is natural. But William Barclay’s commentary on Matthew 10:29 and this particular word are noteworthy:


The Revised Standard Version—and it is a perfectly correct translation of the Greek—has it that not one sparrow will fall to the ground without the knowledge of God. In such a context, the word fall makes us naturally think of death; but in all probability the Greek is a translation of an Aramaic word which means to light upon the ground. 



It is not that God marks the sparrow when the sparrow falls dead; it is far more; it is that God marks the sparrow every time it lights and hops upon the ground. So it is Jesus’ argument that if God cares like that for sparrows, [H]e will care much more for men and women. (Emphasis his.)


Jesus is declaring that if God cares enough to notice and acknowledge when the millions and millions of these little, brown-feathered birds light upon the ground, then how much more does He care for us, His children, whom He has made in His image?


His point is that we should never think of God as distant and uncaring. No matter what we may be experiencing in life, God is aware of it. When we have times of suffering, sorrow, persecution, hardship, separation, or even death, God is not somewhere else. He is right there with us.


In each text, Jesus gives hope, comfort, and strength to His disciples for when they would face persecution for preaching the gospel. He wants the disciples and us today to be much more focused on God and His will than the opinions of those who may test or discourage us.


We do not know if the disciples grasped what Jesus was telling them then, but in time, they learned from their experiences and the guidance of God’s Holy Spirit. We can see it in I Peter 3:13-14 where the apostle encourages the church with the same thought:


And who is he who will harm you if you become followers of what is good? But even if you should suffer for righteousness’ sake, you are blessed. “And do not be afraid of their threats, nor be troubled.”



Peter had no doubt that God knows everything; nothing escapes His recognition or understanding. He knows our every thought, every action, every circumstance, and every experience—good or bad. And he adds, “you are blessed,” knowing God’s protection and compassion are endless.


We live in an age when God’s love and care are continually questioned, privately and publicly. But if we believe God’s Word, we show a lack of faith when we allow ourselves to think He has less compassion for us than He has for the little sparrow.


Worthless But Chosen


It is encouraging that, right in the middle of the sparrow analogy, Jesus says, “But the very hairs of your head are all numbered.” Jesus puts His disciples dead-center in this analogy about sparrows.


Our Savior is saying God knows us better than we know ourselves. Do we know how many hairs are on our heads? Of course, those who are follicly-challenged have a far easier time counting. Yet, no matter how much hair we may have, God knows!


And we can be sure that His knowledge does not end with the number of hairs on our heads! God knows everything about us and cares about our every body part, thought, word, and action, and He still loves us.


We are like sparrows. Compared to the number of people who live on earth, compared to the great and the near great among humanity, we are so small and insignificant. Most of all, in comparison to God, we are literally worthless. We can offer Him nothing of value. Even our highest thoughts and ideas are meaningless. Paul makes this point for us in I Corinthians 1:27-29:


But God has chosen the foolish things of the world to put to shame the wise, and God has chosen the weak things of the world to put to shame the things which are mighty; and the base things of the world and the things which are despised God has chosen, and the things which are not, to bring to nothing the things that are, that no flesh should glory in His presence.



In Matthew and Luke, Jesus chose, not the strong, powerful, stately eagle but the sparrow, the weak and base of the bird family, to make His point. In the larger setting of His purpose, He has chosen you and me, the truly weak and base, those who are nothing special among human beings.


But the key words are in Paul’s repeated phrase, “God has chosen.”


We did not volunteer to become His elect. God has chosen us. We did not have any special skills or abilities that impressed Him. God has chosen us despite our insignificance. We did not have any stature in society to advance His work. God has chosen us out of obscurity. God chose those who were foolish, base, despised, and nothing.


From the beginning, the sovereign God has been working (John 5:17), creating godly children in His image and character. He has set us apart for a special purpose, sanctifying us, a process that takes a lifetime of constant refinement. He tests us, honing our ability to endure and resist sin, purifying and perfecting our character, and bringing us ever closer to His own righteousness.


Throughout that lifetime of refinement, God is there with us, watching over us and loving us. He is neither distant nor uncaring. In fact, just the opposite, as Jesus tells us in Luke 12.32: “Do not fear, little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom.”


This term, “Do not fear,” or similar ones like “fear not” or “do not be afraid,” appears over a hundred times in Scripture. By this repetition, God is driving home a point. Do we believe it?


Jesus wants us to be much more concerned with the will of our heavenly Father than the opinions of those that may test or discourage us. Every church member needs and desires encouragement from time to time, and we can find no greater encourager than God. Nothing is more encouraging than reading about God’s sure promises in His Word, like those we see in Matthew 10 and Luke 12 about the sparrow.


God does not forget us, not even for one minute—and definitely not when we are suffering under trials. One of the most heartening scriptures is Hebrews 13:5, where God Himself assures us, “I will never leave you nor forsake you.”


Sparrows will never know that a loving God watches over them constantly and never forgets them. They have no idea He notices when they simply light upon the ground.


But we know. We know our great God is aware of us at every moment of the day and knows what is happening in our lives down to the smallest detail.


Why? Because, in His eyes, we are worth far more than many sparrows.


Sparrows, do not be afraid!



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Is True Happiness Possible?

By Greg Laurie




“Those who listen to instruction will prosper; those who trust the LORD will be joyful”

—Proverbs 16:20


I’ve never met someone who said, “I really don’t want to be happy. I want to be miserable.” A few people might feel that way, but most of us want to be happy.


Jesus understood our basic human desire for happiness. Thus, He made happiness the subject of some of the first promises He ever offered. We find those promises in what we call the Beatitudes in Matthew 5. Here, Jesus describes how we can be blessed or happy.


Certainly, this world isn’t going to make us happy. There are people who have everything supposedly necessary for contentment and fulfillment but still feel empty.


In the Beatitudes, Jesus tells us how to experience personal happiness—real and lasting happiness. Yet, the happiness the Bible speaks of is different from our culture’s definition of happiness.


Happiness in our culture depends largely on good things taking place in our lives. In other words, if the bills are paid and the skies are blue, then we’re happy. But if we’re facing some kind of challenge, then we’re unhappy. Happiness depends on what is happening in our lives. But the happiness the Bible offers us is something different.


We can translate the word “blessed,” which Jesus used in Matthew 5, as “happy.” It comes from the Greek word makários, which was a description of the Mediterranean island of Cypress. Because of its geographical location, balmy climate, and fertile soil, the Greeks believed they could find everything they needed for happiness and fulfillment there. It was a self-contained happiness.


In the same way, the happiness that God has in store for us doesn’t depend on what is happening to us externally. This means that we can be happy regardless of our circumstances.




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By Glenn H. Jackson



 [Exhortations From The Father]



 * I call My precious children to "command" [demand] the Blessing over [and into] their lives. I call them to "command" unlimited prosperity over their lives. I call them to "command" divine healing and health into their lives. Indeed, it is by the word of their power [established in the inner man, spirit] that every spiritual blessing is brought forth - first into their lives and, then, through the superabundant overflow [of My Provision], into the lives of all those I bring into their "sphere of existence". 



"The "Blessing" - is the empowerment [of the Word and the Holy Spirit] to prosper, to succeed, to increase, to multiply, to excel, to rise above everything that attempts to hold one back or keep them down as they walk out the course that the Father prepared for them from before the foundations of the earth. ...."concerning the work of My hands command ye [demand of] Me".... Isaiah 45:11 KJV "command" - to direct with specific authority or prerogative; to require authoritatively; "demand" - to ask for with proper authority; claim as a right: ….



"You will also decree [proclaim] a thing, and it will be established for you; And light [the divine Light that enters into one's spirit {inner man} through the continual declaration of words that are aligned with the Word of God] will shine on your ways".... Job 22:28 NASB "authoritative proclamation" - words that are in perfect alignment with a revelation of God's Word/Will in one's heart, spoken in an absolute faith and trust [empowered by a "spirit of faith"] - which then releases the"fullness" of one's Authority and Power [in Christ] into any given situation to bring it into perfect conformity to the Father's Will and highest Kingdom-purpose. 



...."The earnest (heartfelt, continued) prayer of a righteous man/woman makes tremendous power available [dynamic in its working]".... James 5:16 The Amplified Translation FOR ...."God did not give us a spirit of fear, but of power, and of love [trust], and of a sound mind".... 2 Timothy 1:7 Young's Literal Translation ...."The Spirit Himself [thus] testifies together with our own spirit, [assuring us] that we are children of God. And if we are [His] children, then we are [His] heirs also: heirs of God and fellow heirs with Christ [sharing His inheritance with Him]".... Romans 8:16-17 The Amplified Translation




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The Father says today that your prayers are the ink that angel requisitions are written in. Your prayers are the directors of heaven, and the arbiters of answers come to earth. Let your mouth pray. Let your words be profuse, passionate, and sincere, says the Father. I am listening; my ear is ever bent low to hear, to acknowledge, and to respond to the cry of your heart. 


There is not one small concern of your life that I am inattentive to. There is not one nuance of need, desire, or passion that I have not taken note of. I am working, and I am moving, and I am never late, says the Father.


This is your time of increase, the time of proclamation and time of decree, to make known your expectation of My faithfulness, My fullness, and My favor. You are the recipient. The garland of My favor is laid upon your shoulders today.


You are favored, and you will – YOU WILL see My fullness and My faithfulness and the answers you have so longed for. It’s who I AM and WHAT I DO! You will not be disappointed. You will not be shamed or denied in any way, for I am on hand to manifest My salvation in your land.


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John 14:21 He that hath my commandments, and keepeth them, he it is that loveth me: and he that loveth me
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By Glenn H. Jackson



"Reflections Upon Reflections" [of The Father's Heart]


        ...."You, in Your great compassion, did not forsake them in the wilderness; The pillar of cloud did not leave them by day, to guide them on their way, or the pillar of fire by night, to light for them the way in which they were to go".... Nehemiah 9:19 NASB 






Words of prophecy:


*____I will not settle for less than a "spotless and unblemished" Church - a holy people who walk and talk with Me "face to face".


____...."the LORD used to speak to Moses face to face, just as a man speaks to his friend".... Exodus 33:11 NASB


        ...."The Lord spoke with you face to face at the mount out of the midst of the fire".... Deuteronomy 5:4 The Amplified Translation


____ Hearing the still, small voice of the Holy Spirit clearly is most certainly one of the spontaneous fruit of walking in the place of true friendship with the Father and Jesus. It is from this place of "friendship" with Them that all true Kingdom-friendship [relationship] has its source.


____...."He who has My commandments [gained a revelation of the Father's Will] and keeps them is the one who loves Me; and he who loves Me will be loved by My Father, and I will love him and will disclose Myself to him .... "If anyone loves Me, he will keep My word; and My Father will love him, and We will come to him and make Our abode with him".... John 14:21, 23 NASB


Prayer of Proclamation:


____Father, we thank You and praise You that You have opened wide the door - through the precious Blood of Jesus - for us to fellowship "face to face" with You on a daily basis. And we declare it DONE [on an ongoing basis] in Jesus' Name - to Your greatest Glory. Amen.____








This is for All people in the whole world . . . :

John 3:16

King James Version (KJV)

16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

Scripture Prayers of Salvation


 Pray the following out loud:


John 3:16 … Thank You Lord for loving me so much that You gave Your one and only Son, that when I believe in Him I will not perish but have eternal life. I believe in Jesus with my heart and I ask you to forgive me of all my sins. I renounce satan and all his works and ways, I choose the truth and disavow satan and all his lies. I ask this in the name of Jesus Christ my Lord.


Romans 10:9-10 … Thank You Lord that when I confess with my mouth Jesus as Lord, and believes in my heart that God raised Him from the dead, I will be saved. I believe in my heart and accept You as Lord. I ask this in the name of Jesus Christ my Lord.


Isaiah 45:8, 2 Tim 2:10 … Thank You Lord that salvation will spring up within my heart, that I may obtain the salvation that is in Christ Jesus, with eternal glory. In the name of Jesus Christ.


2 Peter 3:18 … Thank You Lord that I may grow in the grace and knowledge of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. In the name of Jesus Christ.


Psalm 19:10 … Thank You Lord that I may grow to find Your Word more precious than much pure gold and sweeter than honey from the comb. In the name of Jesus Christ.


Psalm 42:1-2 … Thank You Lord that You will create within me a hunger, a longing, for You and Your will. Set my heart flames a fire in love with you. Reveal yourself to me. Make me to love you as you love me. In the name of Jesus Christ. Yeshua




 Read the Word of God!

The Word helps in casting down vain imaginations that exhalt itself above the knowledge of the Lord. Casting down imaginations, and every high thing that exalteth itself against the knowledge of God, and bringing into captivity every thought to the obedience of Christ. To use a reading plan, just visit the daily reading page to see your daily reading. 


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Latest comments

09.09 | 06:52

Thank you for this! You might enjoy my take on the whole 'Christmas' story, not born on Dec 25th etc,

17.03 | 07:11

Praise God! He is so good to all of us!

16.03 | 22:20

I needed to hear this today. Its been sooo very difficult for a long time honestly asked God if I was the toxic one and just didn't realize it so I could repent

12.01 | 04:32

this is so beautiful and such a testimony to the Lord's healing power and sanctification through our suffering. Much of my walk with Christ is similar to yours.