The Original Sin… from whence did it begin?

As I was praying this morning, these words came to me
and I had to write them down… lest I forget.

The Original Sin…
from whence did it begin?
Was it a thought or a deed…
like an “apple” from whence we read.
Was it just a lust or a desire…
with not the act of it required.
For Adam and Eve were spirit-beings…
dwelling in God’s presence as inherited kings.
But Satan used a trick that day…
and continues to corrupt us the very same way. Continue reading

Tainted Love versus God’s LOVE

This is for the many who have been wounded by man’s “tainted love”. So much deception and inappropriate use of “love” in this world, but God’s Love is pure and true and will bring healing and restoration to all the wounds of our pasts. And, NO one is without wounds!

Tainted love…
just breaks hearts.

But God’s Love…
is where healing starts. Continue reading

A Vision Shared: A Shell of a Body (Romans 8:19)

I want to share a vision that I had this weekend. We need to “empty” ourselves so that God can “fill us up” with His Spirit and use us for His purposes..

A shell of a body…
is the vision that can to my mind…
totally void of everything…
like an empty vessel left behind.
And as the shell of this body…
became Holy Spirit filled…
it began to walk as Christ walked…
for God’s purposes to be fulfilled. Continue reading

Our True Identity As A Son of God

When Satan confronted Jesus on the high mountain (it was not an earthly realm mountain – because there was never a physical earthly mountain from which you can see all the kingdoms of the world). From that mountain over kingdoms, Satan showed Jesus His Inheritance, and offered Him a shortcut to bypass the cross. Jesus’ reply ‘Go, Satan’!

To serve ourselves is to follow Satan pathway even through our slightest thoughts and hidden motives of our hearts. Jesus passed this test and went out in the power of the Spirit, working miracles and destroying the works of the evil one. Had He succumbed to any of these temptations, He would never have been able to do the works of the kingdom by bypassing the cross. Continue reading