Daily Devotions


2013 Downloads by Kathy Gabler

I heard a prophetic word recently that we are at the end of a 36 month siege on the mind and circumstances, and that we are entering a new chapter of two talkingour lives.  That was good news to me and it aligns with some of my meditations for this year.  As I awoke recently, Isaiah1:18, was on my mind. “Come let us reason together,” means let us correct, make right or decide together.  Coming out of a time of a mental siege is an ideal time to hear a call to make changes for the future.  “Though your sins be as scarlet,” says that our shortfalls and missing-the-mark failures are as obvious as a bloody nose, and it is time to confront issues in our lives so the outcomes ahead will be “as white as snow.”  The focus in this scripture is cooperating with God who is at work in us through the process of reasoning together to get us into the next chapter.

“Come now, and let us reason together, says the Lord. Though your sins are like scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they are red like crimson, they shall be like wool.” (Isa.1:18)

(This is the first in  a series by Kathy Gabler from her SEEC Magazine article “2013 Downloads”)

Melissa Gabler and the Grace Worship Band

Worship songs from Concerning The Kingdom Conference 2013

“Our Father”

CLICK HERE FOR #1: http://martygabler.podomatic.com/entry/2013-03-21T10_26_44-07_00


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