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Strong Rope of Expectations

TwistedRope(Kathy G.) Psa 37:9, Those who wait for the LORD . . . will inherit the land.   The word “wait” here means gather your expectations and twist them together.  That sounds like we should gather our expectations of a God outcome together and twist them into a strong rope to hold to until we see them come to pass.  The word “land” here is defined as wilderness.  We can outlive the wilderness and own it and profit from it as we move on to the next glory.
(This is the ninth excerpt from Kathy Gabler’s article “Bringing Sons to Glory“. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.)


 

Feeding the Flock

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As the people of God assemble today, may they realize afresh that they are purchased with the precious blood of Jesus and may they be fed by the enabling of the Holy Ghost which is upon the overseers of the church of God.

“Take heed therefore unto yourselves, and to all the flock, over the which the Holy Ghost hath made you overseers, to feed the church of God, which he hath purchased with his own blood.” (Acts 20:28, KJV)


 

Do you Really Have to Live With It?

PeopleHealthyHappyHave you ever heard people talk like they expected to live in bad health, like it is just something people must deal with? Do you believe you must wrestle with the same old physical issues your parents died with? We do not have to yield to those things and there is no law that says a person must die sick. Wholeness is part of the salvation we have available in Christ Jesus.  May you exert energy just because you want to delight yourself in the Lord Who is your wholeness and strength. May family and friends speak of your good health from this day forward. (Prov.3:8, Msg) “Your body will glow with health, your very bones will vibrate with life!” We are praying you discover daily that you are blessed with life and health. 
(A Daily Discovery as heard on TEXAS PRAISE RADIO at the bottom of the hour 24 hours/day.)


 

You Decide Rules of Engagement

FrogJumping(Kathy G.) More keys we can take from Jesus’ wilderness example. 3) Don’t be baited to prove your worth.  Don’t even be baited to doubt it.  The fact that Jesus died for you shuts out doubt and question of worth.  Many wars are won at the point that doubt is kicked out.  4) Don’t let the enemy decide the rules of engagement in the wilderness.  That means don’t jump when he says, “Frog.”  In fact, sons don’t talk to snakes, they stomp them.


 

Live with Different Results

HappyFamilyDinnerIn time to come, may you live differently with different results than you have lived in times past. May your home and work be filled with different conversation in times to come because you are no longer discussing threats and defeats but hopes and victories. May your home be fuller of the things you have needed, full of evidences of victories and full of love. May it be full of the language of prosperity. May the months ahead look totally different as you look back on them. May they have the look of answers, resolve and fulfillment. (3Jn.1:2, NASB) “Beloved, I pray that in all respects you may prosper and be in good health, just as your soul prospers.” We are praying you discover daily that you and your family are prospering in God’s will.


 

Don’t Question Your Family Bond

FatherOpenArms(Kathy G.)  Another key we can take from Jesus’ wilderness example will equip us:  >> Don’t allow your identity to come into question during the process.  You don’t question your family bond, and if anyone else does, don’t answer them.  Stand confident that your Father will not de-son nor de-daughter you, and you must be on guard against allowing a rebellious or orphan spirit to de-Father you.


 

Teachers of What is Right and Noble

StudentsTeacherMay the Lord Most High keep His powerful hand upon our school teachers in this coming year. May He minister to them their importance in our culture and bless them for giving of themselves to our children. May He protect them and make them righteously effective beyond all logical measures for the children’s future and the future of our nation.

“…They are to give good counsel and be teachers of what is right and noble,” (Titus 2:3, Amp)


 

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