Who is the one ?

God is the one who calls us God is the one who anoints us.

God is the one who promotes us. God is the one who protects us.

God is the one who strengthens us. God is the one who sustains us.

God is the one who gifts us. God is the one who sends us.


Good Morning :0)

Refer by Larry and Heidi Parker
You are loved.
You are wonderfully made.
You are beautiful.
You have purpose.
You are a masterpiece.
God has a great plan for you.

Word from the Lord

My Love,
The purpose for which I created you and the destiny I ordained you into before you were born determines the set of trials, challenges, tests and experiences I will allow you to go through from childhood.
What the enemy will often do is try his best to keep you sad, hurt and bitter towards those who were involved in fuelling the fires you passed through.
Will you dare to believe that I love you and I cause ALL THINGS to work together for your good? Then, begin to change your focus mentally and in your prayers.
Do this by asking Me to anoint and send you to those who are going through what you went through and are in the depths of the waters right now. Ask Me to send you.
As you begin to go, you will not only find pleasant surprises along the way, like being used in ways you never imagined Me using you, and meeting people you never imagined meeting, but also you will experience a joy and satisfaction you never had before.
Your wounds will heal until not even a scar remains. Your painful past will be completely forgotten as you pour yourself out to others. At first, you will not feel up to the task. You’ll feel inadequate and unprepared. But be like the 4 leper. In their leprous, outcast state, they refused to sit there and die of starvation. They walked to the enemy’s camp.
You know what happened? I waited until they began to move, then I began to move. I made their weak, unsure leprous footsteps sound like the movement of a large army. The enemy’s camp heard this Sound and fled. When the leprous men arrived at the enemy’s camp, they only needed to collect the spoils.
They didn’t need to fight or resist the enemy. What they and whole nation of Israel needed was right there, out in the open, for them to carry away, effortlessly. There are things you have been worried about, striving about and waiting that are waiting for you on the other side of your taking a step of faith to help those who are going through what you have been through since childhood.
Even your complete healing from the wounds you carry is hidden in there. Here, take My Hand. Let Me raise you up, My Love. Let Me teach you how to walk again, My little one. It is time to arise from the dust and ashes. Then I will seat you your throne together with the great, and cause you to shine before the nations, that they may walk in your light.
2 Kings 7:3-10
The New Living Translation
3 Now there were four men with leprosy[c] sitting at the entrance of the city gates. “Why should we sit here waiting to die?” they asked each other. 4 “We will starve if we stay here, but with the famine in the city, we will starve if we go back there. So we might as well go out and surrender to the Aramean army. If they let us live, so much the better. But if they kill us, we would have died anyway.”
5 So at twilight they set out for the camp of the Arameans. But when they came to the edge of the camp, no one was there! 6 For the Lord had caused the Aramean army to hear the clatter of speeding chariots and the galloping of horses and the sounds of a great army approaching. “The king of Israel has hired the Hittites and Egyptians[d] to attack us!” they cried to one another. 7 So they panicked and ran into the night, abandoning their tents, horses, donkeys, and everything else, as they fled for their lives.
8 When the men with leprosy arrived at the edge of the camp, they went into one tent after another, eating and drinking wine; and they carried off silver and gold and clothing and hid it. 9 Finally, they said to each other, “This is not right. This is a day of good news, and we aren’t sharing it with anyone! If we wait until morning, some calamity will certainly fall upon us. Come on, let’s go back and tell the people at the palace.”
10 So they went back to the city and told the gatekeepers what had happened. “We went out to the Aramean camp,” they said, “and no one was there! The horses and donkeys were tethered and the tents were all in order, but there wasn’t a single person around!” 11 Then the gatekeepers shouted the news to the people in the palace.
Your Friend,
Jesus Christ.

Word from the Lord

My Love,
I know exactly how intense the fires have been and how much the enemy has been coming after you with all he’s got. The reason why he is so aggressive is because you are standing right before a great and effective door that he cannot close, try as he may. So his only weapon is to keep you from perceiving or accessing it. You are more than a conqueror My Beloved. Refuse to be distracted by what is happening. Release confusion into the enemy by advancing into the open doors through praise and thanksgiving. From this moment onwards, put your praise garment on. Shake off the heaviness, doubts and weariness. Begin to thank and praise Me for great and effective doors I have already opened for you, even though you cannot see them right now. Thank and praise Me, because it is written no one can close them. Worship and adore Me, because you are accessing them right now by faith. Remain in this place, set your mind on Me and watch Me flood your heart and mind with My perfect peace that surpasses all human understanding. Watch as I crush the enemy under your feet. Watch as I make your enemies your footstool. You are more than a conqueror. You shake the kingdom of darkness when you shout your praise!
Your Daddy,


Turn from lies to truth
Turn from hate to love
Turn from guilt to hope
Turn from sins to mercy
Turn from rage to peace
Turn from curse to grace
Turn from lusting to purity
Turn from despair to Jesus


Word from the Lord

God walks with me through the storm. I start off, oftentimes, mourning, moaning, weeping and crying out, and He gently holds my hand and sits with me. And when I have drank in enough of His strength, He raises me up tenderly and walks with me into praise, worship and thanksgiving, right inside that storm. Sometimes that stops the storm. Other times being in worship in Him, gives me the patient endurance to wait for Him and with Him until the storm passes. You see, sometimes He stops the storm. But other times, He shelters me from it’s devastating potential until it passes. The same God of whom the disciples said, “Who is this man? Even the winds and the waves obey Him!” is the same One who promised that WHEN we pass through many waters, they will not drown us. He is the same God and we are guaranteed of victory. If you’re in a storm today, beloved of God, be assured that God is walking with you. He will not leave you nor forsake you.
Romans 8:28 New Living Translation (NLT)
28 And we know that God causes everything to work together[a] for the good of those who love God and are called according to his purpose for them.
Romans 5:3
We can rejoice, too, when we run into problems and trials, for we know that they help us develop endurance

Depression :0(

-Depression doesn’t discriminate
-Depression doesn’t mean you aren’t saved
-Depression doesn’t mean you don’t know Jesus
-Depression doesn’t mean you don’t pray

Depression means that you are weak and you need to have one outlet and that is Jesus. THROUGH Jesus you need to find a sound therapist that works through the wisdom of God. In addition to that you need to have a deliverance session. Sometimes it may take a day and other times it could take years. Don’t think you aren’t saved because you are depressed. Be thankful you have a way out.

Are you in a deep dark hole of depression, and the more you try to dig yourself out, the deeper you go? Do things look dark. Bleak. Black. Do you feel Hopeless. Helpless? When the entire world is a raw catastrophe hovering over you in the depths of despair, it’s easy for faith to falter and stumble.

Depression turns the brain into a swirling mass of half-truths and distorts perceptions. If you’re depressed, it can be dangerous to evaluate anything in your life. Don’t scrutinize your circumstances or friendships or prospects for marriage, you will misinterpret reality.

Instead, simply say, “I’m leaving that to God for now. I’ll think about it later and trust Him to handle it.” God is good. He is faithful. He loves you even though you don’t feel it. He can handle your life even when you can’t.

Remember, faith is not a feeling. Faith is simply believing that God will do what He said, even when it doesn’t feel like it. When you’re depressed, it won’t feel like God is faithful. But that feeling simply is not true. Don’t believe it.

One pastor acutely sensitive to the imperfect feeling of faith, said that true faith “clings so fast to the inmost parts that, however it seems to be shaken or to bend this way or that, its light is never so extinguished or snuffed out that it does not at least lurk as it were beneath the ashes”

Like David prays in Psalm 139:11–12, our faith may often slip away from our sight, but it does not slip away from God who gave it in the first place.

If you’re depressed, one of your greatest temptations is to shut people out. But you need someone to gently remind you of what’s real; a faithful, godly friend to walk through the valley of depression with you. When your friend speaks the truth to you, it gives you something to grab onto. In the moments of darkness, don’t believe what your mind is telling you. Believe the words of your faithful friend.

Depression pulls your soul downward, like a weight tied around the ankle. One of the most effective methods for increasing your faith begins with the body. When you exercise or go for a walk or sit in the sunshine, your body feels better. Blood and oxygen pump through the body, refreshing and nurturing it. When you feel better, you think more clearly and see things more accurately.

When you think more clearly, you can more easily process and embrace God’s promises. When you embrace God’s promises, faith surges.

Charles Spurgeon, who often fought depression, said,

“A day’s breathing of fresh air upon the hills, or a few hours’ ramble in the beech woods’ umbrageous calm, would sweep the cobwebs out of the brain of scores of our toiling ministers who are now but half alive. A mouthful of sea air, or a stiff walk in the wind’s face, would not give grace to the soul, but it would yield oxygen to the body, which is the next best”.

If you’re depressed, embrace the sunshine. Go for a walk or a jog. Sit on your porch and feel the warmth on your face. Drink your coffee and watch the sun rise. You won’t feel like it. You’ll want to hole up in the darkness of your room or stay in bed. But just twenty minutes in the sun can do wonders for the darkened brain and the sunken soul.

Ultimately, your hope in depression hinges on Jesus. He’s holding onto you even when it feels like you’re free falling. You may be in the darkness of the pit, but your Shepherd is walking right beside you. He knows what it’s like to be overwhelmed by grief and swallowed by bleakness.

Your grip on life may falter, but God grip on you won’t.