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Help My Doubts

Jesus said, “If you are able to believe, all things are possible to the ones believing.” (Mk.9:23) No sooner were tThe words out of His mouth than the father cried, “Then I believe. Help me with my doubts!” That may sound weak in terms of faith, but that was the beginning of repentance as the man’s thinking was changing. Repentance brings Kingdom power and provision into reach. “Repent, for the Kingdom is at hand.” (Matt. 4:17).  So, when the power and provision of the Kingdom of God seems beyond our reach, it is time to rethink something.  (Third excerpt from Kathy Gabler’s SEEC Magazine article “Sons Must Get It”.)

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2017 Declaration #5

In 2017 we will begin to anticipate Red Sea interventions. (Kid’s Declaration: 5. We are ready to see God do impossible things.)   When we find ourselves in walkthruredseadifficult situations, we will begin to call upon the Lord and begin to anticipate Red Sea interventions and feeding-the-5,000 interventions. Instead of desperately crying out, “What in the world will we do now?”, we will cry out, “What is God doing that we have never seen before?” What do I need to do so I can participate? Let’s go through 2017 doing what we can to get doubt out of the way of progress. We will be doubt removers.  ”I write this to you whose experience with God is as life-changing as ours, all due to our God’s straight dealing and the intervention of our God and Savior, Jesus Christ.” (2Pe.1:1, Msg)
(Declaration #5 from the 2017 Declarations. The Kid’s version was written by Brian and Hannah Sherman.)

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Falling Into Unbelief

FallingMidAirFalling into unbelief isn’t really even complicated.  When trials are extensive and answers  to prayer are long in coming, doubt will always show up and build a case for unbelief.  Doubt sniffs us out when we are afraid.  Fear stinks and Doubt smells it!  Fear is similar to germs in that it’s everywhere.  We can dismiss it and wash it away like we do germs with soap, or we can allow the fear germs to infect us: “I’m afraid the situation might never change.  I’m afraid they might not be healed. I’m afraid I might not be able to stand and keep fighting.”  The moment we embrace fear, Doubt says, “AMEN,” and we begin the descent into unbelief; and unbelief is always a losing-ground war!

(This is the fifth excerpt from Kathy’s article “Rebuilding Our Temple“ which was published in SEEC Magazine [Marty and Kathy’s ministry magazine]. More excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Previous excerpts may be read by scrolling down this page.)


Who Told You That You Were Naked?

fig and leaf2> The second question God asked Adam was, “Who told you that you were naked?”  In other words, who judged you and put your value on the line and undermined your affirmation?  God had created Adam in His own image and put him on earth with undeniable, detailed daily purpose, so there was no lack of affirmation.  I believe the “who” is what God was emphasizing in this question because “naked” was nothing new.  If this was Friday, Adam had been naked on Thursday too.  The real issue was “who” decided Adam was worth less in the last twenty-four hours?  Mature sons shouldn’t hide when they need to repent.  Sowing fig leaves was an attempt to fix things without repentance.  Repentance is going up to the “pent-house” (mind) to see from a higher, God perspective and change our thinking.  No change in thinking means no real change.  The question pointed out that it was Adam who believed his identity was damaged.  It was not God that was doubting worth or abandoning. In fact, it never is God that decides worth is diminished.
(This is the tenth excerpt from Kathy’s article “Seeing Us The Way God Sees Us” which was published in SEEC Magazine. Excerpts will be posted Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Previous excerpts may be read by scrolling down this page. The audio CD of this message is entitled “Free To Be.”)

Keep Me From Failure



May the Lord wash and cleanse you from every
failure, every doubt and every judgment from
others so that you may enter the coming season
with expectancy for the extraordinary of God.

“Keep me from failure and disgrace….”
(Jer.17:18a, CEV)

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A Perfect Pair Of Brakes

Kathy and I grew up around church kids and minister’s kids. We know many for whom hurts and disappointments drove mean brakes1wedges between them and the Holy Spirit. That resulted in their not wanting anything to do with ministers or churches or Christians and. . . eventually God. The devil didn’t have to kill them to stop their progress in the destiny they were born with. The kids I’m talking about are ones that the obvious Hand and purpose of God was upon them. All satan has to do, in many cases, to bring a screeching halt to purposeful progress is to ask, “Did God say?” (Gen.3) A doubt offered and a doubt received is a perfect pair of brakes to stop most any vehicle. “Well, if God loved you, this would be a certain way and the other thing would be what ‘it ought to be’.” Just because our lives are not perfect does not mean that God doesn’t love us.

(This is the sixth excerpt from Marty’s article “The Governor’s Power” taken from Marty & Kathy’s ministry magazine, SEEC Magazine Volume 17 Issue 5. More excerpts will be posted on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. The article in its entirety may be read at this link: https://martygabler.com/articles/)


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