As I read a friend’s blog about spirit travel, I heard “Where would you like to travel today?” It took me a minute to make that choice because the options are overwhelming.
Quickly, I knew I wanted to see other writer’s works. So immediately I went to the library of heaven.
I should share with you the fact that in any library I close my eyes and smell the fragrance that permeates the air. It is heady and makes me want to embrace the stacks. I did no less in this library. Mmm, it was delicious! Continue reading INSIDE THE LIBRARY OF HEAVEN
Your Seat next to Jesus is the ultimate relaxation place no matter what is going on in life. It’s also where you can ask Him questions and He’ll answer you. He’ll teach you stuff like how to change things and get things accomplished in your kingdom. It’s an amazing place if you know how to get there.
And getting there is just too simple. No harder than staring out the window and daydreaming. But because you might think that something simple can’t be real, I challenge you to try it and test Him. See if it is true. Do it several times until He erases the doubt from your mind. Continue reading HOW TO SIT IN YOUR SEAT NEXT TO JESUS
That was the label I heard from Father when I asked about his feelings on the subject of Halloween. He said it with a wry grin and then my morning of learning began.
Within this period of learning how to administer the Earth as a Son (Daughter) of God, I was struck this morning with the advent of Halloween and what my position should be. I didn’t know. Eek!
Father insinuated that it was an impending storm, but he did it with that knowing grin and asked me how I had learned to deal with storms.
So I dragged out everything I’ve learned about handling storms. Continue reading THE IMPENDING STORM OF HALLOWEEN
Today I’m sharing a funny, strange healing that happened to me a couple years ago.
It started with my husband getting the stomach flu. It was awful. For one full day he threw-up and the next two days he was in bed wiped out. We prayed and prayed for him and nothing happened. It was a terrible experience and my heart broke to watch.
Then two days after my husband was healthy again, I was hit. It came on like a ton of bricks and knocked me onto the bed holding my stomach, rocking back and forth in terrible pain. Continue reading Getting Healed By Goofy Methods
I had a vision of riding a horse at breakneck speed as it galloped along the edge of a cliff without touching the ground. It was made from the blood of God and I was covered from head to toe in that blood which made holding my seat on his back very tricky. I’d slip and slide and nearly fell off several times. But gradually I learned the rhythm and learned how to hold on so I could ride with this amazing horse as it flew into the future. On and on it went without end. When I asked Father God how long this would continue, he only said “Well, forever, or if you prefer, I will let you know if it will change”
I learned that this was a picture of how my life would be from here on out. And I can witness that it is true. Nothing about my life is normal anymore. I exist in the miraculous all the time, constantly flying above the ground. Continue reading Riding the Blood Red Horse
“Kings and queens will serve you and care for all your needs. They will bow to the earth before you and lick the dust from your feet. Then you will know that I am the LORD. Those who trust in me will never be put to shame.” (Isaiah 49:23)
This verse prompted me to say it out loud several times over the course of a couple of days period. Then I saw it differently than I’ve ever seen it before. Continue reading KINGS WILL SERVE YOU!
Lots of my friends are leaving Facebook and I’ve been reading their reasons. One concern is about intellectual property rights and whether material we post on Facebook belongs to us or them. As a writer, that leaves enough question in the air to make me uncomfortable. Yes, I write freely for everyone to read, but that shouldn’t make it someone else’s property. Continue reading The Comedy of My Learning
And He said,
“Let me elaborate.” To which my heart sighed in relief because I couldn’t understand alone.
“When you realized there was a hole, so to speak, in your husband’s armor, you saw a small piece of damage which left an open door to sickness. It was there because of a previous situation in his life; one from his childhood; one he doesn’t remember. Ministries have risen and died over this problem and the search for its solution. Great amounts of money have been poured into these holes and the resolutions have often been minor, at best. You have witnessed this and wondered at the millions of souls chasing healing for wounds that don’t heal simply. And yet, the solution is rather simple. Come let me show you.” Continue reading Healing With Liquid Gold
Watching a show about hearing impairment opened my eyes to a spiritual reality. Without hearing Father’s voice, we struggle through life misunderstanding context, meaning, and purpose much the same as a hearing-impaired person struggles.
The Cochlear implant device creates hearing and when the device is turned on for the first time, reactions are profound. Sound conveys more than words. It conveys heart.
We cannot convey heart inside written word alone. Words are one-dimensional, emotionless and heartless. We, as authors, search for ways to incorporate the missing emotion through descriptive words, but can never truly touch the depth of a sob, a sigh, or exhilaration expressed in a voice. Continue reading Hearing God’s Voice
I made a drawing of a staircase I saw in my imagination a few years ago. It doesn’t do the staircase justice of course. And that’s because it doesn’t reveal the silky medium caramel color of the wood with its swirling grain. Or the carved and perfectly fitted parts. A drawing can’t share how velvety the staircase is to touch or how inviting it is to a barefoot or tired bum. And the drawing doesn’t have all the many cupboards, some secret, which create the fascinating journey upward.
But if I could take you inside my imagination, you’d see and understand how it might take a week to finally arrive at the top landing. Not because it is so high, but because there’s a world inside each captivating crevasse and hidden compartment. And you’d be drawn to recline in the seat and turn on the light. There you’d lean back and read one of the books, or close your eyes and nap. I imagine fairy tale worlds emerge in naps taken there. Continue reading THE MARVELOUS STAIRCASE