July 19th, 2019
There will be many occasions where we will be tempted to return to things that God has delivered us from. Those things can be people, places, or things. It is essential that we remain led by the Spirit of God that we don't contaminate ourselves in the process of returning to that which God has deemed unfit. This message is saturated with scriptural examples of why God expects us to move forward. It also serves as a warning for going back. Let the message bless you.
July 16th, 2019
How many singles are frustrated and losing faith in finding a suitable mate? This talk answers a series of fourteen questions submitted by single Christians and are answered in a mature and frank conversation. My husband joins me to share the unique male perspective that brings balance to what I believe can be the start of interesting dialogues about what preparedness really means in terms of getting married. This message contains adult content.
July 15th, 2019
This message is based on Ephesians 5:33 as it was given to me this morning after coming out of a dream. I share the dream, the prophetic Revelation behind it, and the psychological, emotional, and mental damage disrespect can cause in a marriage. I invite you to listen with an open heart and hear what the Spirit of God is saying to the church.
July 14th, 2019
This is a preached message from 1 Kings 19:16-21 that explores Elisha's call and subsequent mantling from Elijah. The message explains the prophetic meaning of Elisha's background and how it factored into what God thought about his destiny as a prophet. A comprehensive prayer of repentance, deliverance, and healing follows. This message will bless your life.
July 12th, 2019
As a young boy, Moses experienced trauma. From being surrounded by the grief-stricken screams of mothers losing their babies to a murdering spirit to being thrust hastily in a basket and set to float on the Nile River. He went from a warm and loving atmosphere to residing in a cold, idolatrous castle that belonged to the enemies of his people. Moses lived a life that denied him a genuine community. And just when he found out who he really was, his emotions triggered in anger, and the orphaned, yet destined prophet became a murderer.
Moses’ story is not unlike many of ours. Many of us can relate to dealing with childhood trauma that followed us into adulthood. We have been triggered in areas that we’ve managed to mask for years only to have them affect our ability to maintain relationships, to serve faithfully in the work of ministry, and to maintain gainful employment, among other things.
There is hope for us. God didn’t leave Moses alone. He made a way for Moses to receive the healing, validation, and sense of community that he needed to develop the leader that burrowed within him, that one that was hidden behind the scars of a traumatic childhood. This message is a real one that unearths what many of us have tried to conceal. It will reveal how destructive triggers are and make a strong case for why we need to confront and overcome them. Listen and be blessed.
July 11th, 2019
“I know God’s got a ram in the bush for me!” How many times have we heard or even said that? And while that may be a true statement, it is a loaded one. In fact, it is so loaded, that it carries at least three Godly principles that precede your ram’s release. In Genesis 22, Abraham was faced with a challenging act of obedience. God wanted the most dearest and most closest thing to his heart, his cherished and long-awaited son, Isaac. Pay close attention to what happens next. Abraham obeys, Abraham uses wisdom to prevent any delay in obeying God, Abraham prophesied in faith that he and Isaac would return from the mountain, and then Abraham committed the act. These are the processes which led to the ram’s release. It wasn’t until AFTER Abraham was caught in the act, that Heaven reacted. How many times have we expected Heaven to move when earth hasn’t prepared a place for such a move.
This message unlocks out some powerful pointers in what your ram is, what it means for you beyond the act of obedience, and the real meaning of Jehovah Jireh!! Prepare to be enlightened. You may need your notebook for this one. Listen and be blessed.
July 10th, 2019
God made a promise to King David that his son, Solomon, would not only inherit the throne but would also enjoy a reign of uninterrupted peace. Like all prophetic words, this one was contingent upon David’s obedience and his acceptance and willingness to confront every enemy that would pose a threat to his son’s future kingdom. David was a man of war, yes, He was God’s man of battle, but David also faced battles of his own. David faced distressing emotions, episodes of manic depression, rejection in his family, betrayal in his camp, and so many other battles against his destiny, yet he overcame each and every one.
2 Chronicles 22:9
July 9th, 2019
In prayer this morning, the Lord brought someone to my spirit which led me to ask, "Why is this person always discouraged?" I couldn't;t help but notice that this person battled with constant discouragement and was often seen with their head hung down. The Lord responded, "(He) sows the seed of discouragement in the lives of others!" WOW!
I began searching the scriptures which led me to ask the Lord again about seed. This time He spoke, "Marry science to faith and study garden systems." Needless to say, you are about to hear the fruit of those instructions.
The entire Bible has 52 references to gardens specifically mentioned from Genesis to John, the last of the Four Gospels. Go figure. This message will enlighten you in many areas concerning why sowing seed is necessary and what happens when we aren't diligent over it. You will be blessed by the word.
July 8th, 2019
There will be seasons in your life when jealousy will be in operation against you. Jealousy is a cruel, resentful, bitter spirit that harbors deep feelings of hatred against its target. The operation of jealousy can be quite provocative in terms of having to cope with it, but the Bible has provided clear testimonies of how you can identify, confront, and overcome the poison of jealousy. This message will enlighten you and provide scriptural counsel for how to put the spirit of jealousy under your feet. You don’t have to lose your integrity; you can win. Listen and be blessed.