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Blessed are they that wait

Imagine you’d been fasting 21 days. You had an issue you were seeking the counsel of God for.  Then you have a vision of a man. The people with you don’t see it but they suddenly become so afraid they run away.  It may be a hunger-induced hallucination. But then […]

God’s Fireplace

The Father has been speaking to me lately about His fire, specifically the fire of His love. Not the fire of judgment, but the ever consuming, blazing passion that is the heart of God (Hebrews 12:29).  His message came via a dream of a massive fireplace embedded in the ceiling […]

Day 3: Be Aglow (Miracle of Oil)

Pass the jelly donuts and potato pancakes – Hanukkah is a celebration I can support. Eating foods cooked in oil is a symbolic way to remember the oil that burned for eight nights. As we light our candles, we celebrate the triumph of light over darkness … read more of this day 3 reflection.

Fireflies Dance at Dusk

The lime green intermittent flashes darted in and out of the flowers, carrying with them a flash back to a fond childhood memory. The first time I’d ever seen a firefly was at my grandmothers big house on Orchard Lake in Michigan; it was the 1960’s. Scads of tiny green lights twinkled brightly against […]

Christ of the Deep: Becoming Holy in an Unholy World

Holiness begins inside us. “First wash the inside of the cup and the dish, and then the outside will become clean, too” (Matt 23:26 NLT). “Beloved, now we are children of God; and it has not yet been revealed what we shall be, but we know that when He is revealed, we shall be like Him, for we shall see Him as He is. And everyone who has this hope in Him purifies himself, just as He is pure (1 John 3 NKJV).