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by BJ Robinson

Last July I was in the hospital and given no hope that I would be alive this year, but God is in control. My Not long ago, I had a checkup with my cardiologist. He told me God and my medicine are keeping me alive. I praise and thank God for each day He allows me to be with my husband, children, grandchildren, and pets.

Hi I am BJ Robinson, and I’m a morning writer who enjoys writing about the places I love and the people I love as well as my beloved pets. As an author, a visual would be a woman with a golden retriever on one side of her feet, a cocker spaniel on the other, a cat curled up near the computer, and a cup of coffee in my favorite red bird cup striking keys at wee hours in the morning. Last, I gained Cherokee a husky who doesn’t let me out of her sight. These are my writing companions.

What was the very first thing you remember writing? In the third grade, I wrote a story about my pet dog, and it was published in the local newspaper. This encouraged me to continue writing, and I won first prize for a short story I wrote in college. It was published in their literary magazine. I also had my first English essay published in a local paper in college. I’ve been writing ever since.

Where do you draw your inspiration?  

Inspiration comes from the people and animals I love and the places I’ve visited on vacations or tours. There have been times I’ve had dreams and have written about them.

Tell us about your hometown as a child.  

I’m from a small town in the South and tend to write about the South in most of my work. Beautiful rivers, woods, and nature inspired my writing, and small-town, ordinary people influenced it. Some of those ordinary people were bigger than life for me and have found their way into my heart and my writing. My hometown holds an annual Strawberry Festival, and I worked in the berries as a child, so the fruit also blossoms into my writing.

Why do you write?

 I write because I can’t not write. It’s a passion, and I love it. As a child, I loved and devoured books because they took me to other words. As an adult, I love creating those other worlds with fiction and traveling through them. My family could never afford vacations when I was growing up, but that didn’t stop me from taking my own through a good book. I traveled to Grand Isle, Louisiana, in a book about a young girl who had an imaginary friend on the beach there many years before I visited the place as an adult.

Who is your hero, and why?

My father because of the quality time he spent with me in the few short years I knew him. I lost him when I was four on Christmas Day, but his memories live on in my heart and I cherish the time we had together. He walked me to the store, holding my hand and singing songs to me, some he made up just for me. He took me fishing. He rocked me to sleep. He always made me feel special.

Do you have a writing routine? 

Mornings with two dogs, a cat, and a cup of coffee, actually three cups. I have several spots and ways I enjoy writing. At times I sit outside and write longhand in a spiral notebook. Other times, I key into the computer as I write.

What work-in-progress (WIP) are you writing now and what type of novel is it? 

When Azaleas Bloom is a Civil War romance novel that will be coming soon. Below is a sneak preview of part of Chapter One.

When Azaleas Bloom

Charles Ryker Armstrong maneuvered around trampled-down bushes, mashing them further into the mud. He plunged deeper into the thick Alabama woods attempting to hide from a band of Confederate soldiers. They were on their way home from the ending of the Civil War in the spring of 1865 just as he was. Many held hate in their hearts for anyone in a Union uniform. He still wore his torn, ragged one, but there was no mistaking it as Union blue.

“Pop-pop” guns fired. They were after him. Ryker jumped a narrow creek and headed further into a thicket. Time was running out. He had to find a place to hide. His eyes darted furiously seeking such a spot. On the grounds of a large plantation with huge azalea bushes bursting in pink blooms, he didn’t have time to enjoy such a beautiful sight with a fearsome one overtaking him. How could the flowers blossom so lovely when he was about to die?

A twig snapped, and he dove underneath a huge flowering bush with braches so low they gracefully touched the ground as the musket ball ground into his body. He slumped to the grass and covered himself beneath the low-hanging bushes. Pain radiated and burned from his shoulder through his arm and to his chest. His right arm hung as his rifle dropped beneath the bush next to him. 

Ryker gazed at the green leaves of the plant that served as his shelter. He hoped they’d think him dead if they found him and lost track of time as he grew cold with dusk dark. Men tromped through nearby woods. They were coming He stayed as still and quit as a dead man.

He needed rest. So tired. Drained as his lifeblood bled and made him grow even colder. So cold. So thirsty. Severe pain stole sleep, and he shifted position curling into a ball to keep warm as possible.

*****

Most things didn’t bother Olivia Grace Addison before the war, but things were different since. She peeked out the back-kitchen door and glanced around. She’d heard the pop of gunfire last evening right before dark and didn’t want to encounter any soldiers returning home from war. She knew only to well about the bands of Rebel ones looking for trouble because they were upset over losing. 

Birds sang in the early-morning sunshine. The lovely day tempted and beckoned her to enjoy it. Azaleas blossomed, and she wanted some of the lovely pink blooms to grace her dining room table. She strolled to the huge, flowering bushes in the back of the plantation near the woods and began picking. Just as her basket grew full, her foot struck something, and she cast her eyes downward, jumping back, fearing a snake.

Bio:

B. J. RobinsonB. J. Robinson loves reading and penning Civil War era historical romance as well as various other genres to provide choice for readers. She also enjoys writing devotionals. She’s an Amazon best-selling author and has written over twenty books. Blessed with children, grandchildren, and pets, her dogs are part of the family. Visit her at http://www.amazon.com/B.-J.-Robinson/e/B007DNJIKU.

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CrossReads Book Spotlight: A Lancaster Love

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A Lancaster Love

An Amish Romance Series

by Mary Lingerfelt

A Lancaster Love

A LANCASTER LOVE, THE COMPLETE 5-BOOK AMISH ROMANCE SERIES, IS $4.99 TO OWN AND AVAILABLE ON KU!

Eve Miller left her Amish home and built a thriving business in the English world, but she is haunted by loneliness and regret. When her father’s funeral compels Eve to return home, her childhood sweetheart rekindles their romance. When her handsome first love tells Eve that his feelings haven’t changed, she’s tempted to sell her plant nursery and return to her Amish past.

But Eve’s new business partner, a charming chef from Ireland, soon gives her a compelling reason to stay grounded in the present. He brings laughter and healing back into her life, and when he makes it clear that he wants to pursue a relationship, Eve is torn between two men, and two very different worlds.

Can a woman who believes God has forsaken her find Him again? And if she does find God, will it be as an Amish woman―or will she find a new love, a new faith and a new life in the English world?

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CrossReads Short Takes: Tapping Into The Anointing Of God & Doctrine of Sound Words

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Tapping Into The Anointing Of God

The Mighty Presence And Power Of God To Accomplish The Will Of God

by Sheldon D. Newton

Tapping Into The Anointing Of God

The precious anointing and power of God! It is the greatest force in existence.

When His Presence and power is active in our lives miraculous things take place. His anointing is available is bring healing to the sick; deliverance to the captives; wholeness to the broken-hearted and salvation to the lost. Learn how to tap into the anointing of God and be transformed from the inside out. Let His power flow through you through gifts and manifestations of the Holy Spirit, bringing help, healing and hope to others. God desires to use you for His honor and glory. He wants you to walk with Him and to minister to others in Jesus Name, experiencing His holy power as He moves in mighty ways, destroying the yokes of bondage. Get this life-changing book and learn how to tap into God’s anointing today.

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Doctrine of Sound Words

Summary of Christian Theology

by Martin Murphy

Doctrine of Sound Words

Doctrine of Sound Words is a book of Christian doctrine in topical format. It covers a wide range of theological topics such as, the triune God, creation, providence, sin, justification, repentance, Christian liberty, free will, marriage and divorce, Christian fellowship, et al). There are thirty three topics beginning with “Holy Scriptures” and ending with “The Last Judgment.” It is a systematic theology for laymen based on the full counsel of God. The topical format is derived from the Westminster Standards which covers the major doctrines of Christianity. It also includes the Westminster Larger Catechism with the author’s commentary.

This book contains a summary of Christian theology in understandable language. Since sound words are necessary to maintain theological integrity for every generation, you will not be disappointed with the challenges that accompany this study of Christian doctrine. Pastors and teachers will find this volume particularly helpful in preparation to preach and teach. The endorsement by an Air Force Chaplain summarizes the worth of this book. “The Westminster Confession and Catechisms, while timeless in their truth and accuracy, have few commentaries that are truly practical and as applicable as this work by Martin Murphy. This is a truly readable and accessible commentary with no peer. A must-have for every Reformed pastor and layman!”

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Love Yourself

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by CJ Peterson

This day and age everyone is trying to be like everyone else. What people sometimes forget, is that you were created to be an original. Without these original geniuses, where would the world be:

– Charles Dickens had MAJOR OCD, but still managed to produce wonderful works of literature that we enjoy even today.

– Albert Einstein had a developmental speech disorder when he was younger, but turned into one of the most brilliant minds in our country.

– Sigmund Freud struggled with addiction and depression, yet he had some brilliant ideas in the field of psychology. (Some, not so much)

– Ben Franklin often started his days with an ‘air bath’ (stood in front of an open window without clothing), was a drunk, and a womanizer, yet he is one of our founding fathers.

– Nikola Tesla despite the fact that he had OCD, and later became obsessed with the number 3, he made major breakthroughs in radio, robotics, and electricity.

– Vincent Van Gogh suffered from severe depression, alcoholism, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, but today his creations are still in high demand.

Why did I mention this group of brilliant individuals? Simple. The world today says in order to be famous or a success, we must look and act a certain way. While during their time, these guys may have not had the best reputation, the world has definitely changed, and been made a better place because they decided to be who they were created to be. Who are YOU created to be? Are you being yourself, or what the world thinks you should be?

God created you for a purpose. You were created to deliver the gift He created in you for a reason. First, though, you MUST learn to love yourself. Love the gift He gave you. And, be brave enough to step up and share it with the world!
Love Yourself

About the Author:

CJ PetersonI was raised in a Christian military home, but it was far from tranquil. Like many young people, I left home as soon as possible, and went my own way, thinking I knew better. To me anything was better than where I was. Unfortunately, some of the choices I made led me away from the Lord, and sometimes that path was a dangerous one.
God is faithful, even when His children are lost and wandering. When I needed Him most, the Lord was there for me. He led me out of that danger and into a new life…a life where I am loved and appreciated. He taught me what ‘real love’ is, and what it’s supposed to look like through my family and wonderful husband.
Who knew that “Prince Charming” actually existed? I hoped and prayed he was out there, and I found him! He is a 24 year Navy veteran and the love of my life! With his encouragement, I rediscovered the creativity I thought I had lost a long time ago, and have begun to publish the books I have written through the years. The words in these books helped me through my struggles, and my prayer is they will help others.
The way in which I write my Christian Books, is unique to say the least. I am a realistic Christian. People are people, they stumble, they fall, they trip, but God continues to dust us off, and set us back on the path again, if we just learn to trust in Him.
The challenges faced in my past give me a perspective on the realities of living the Christian life that some people may never see. There are times we wander away from God…there are times when we draw closer to Him. In our arrogance we think we can make it on our own. However, the One who made this world, and who made you, has the answers, and thankfully, He forgives our impudence and petulance and loves us through it all. God is a God of love, mercy, grace, and guidance. He loves us and only wants the best for us.
Those who have read my books, describe them as encouraging, frustrating, and a wonderful read all at the same time. The same character that could have you crying one minute, will have you cheering the next! One of my editors, stated that ‘she was so into the story, that she forgot to edit, and had to go back to do the editing’.
I pray you will enjoy my books as well!

While the stories are fiction, the journey is real.

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CrossReads Weekly Devotionals: Gems From Pastor Jim 7/15/2019

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by Jim Hughes

crossIs. 55:8-9 “My thoughts are completely different from yours, says the LORD. “And my ways are far beyond anything you could imagine. For just as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than your ways and my thoughts higher than your thoughts.”

Let us pause and think about these things for a few moments. The Lord says that He thinks differently than we do about things. He has an unrestricted and unlimited capacity for thought. His thoughts are not influenced one iota by sin. Every thought of God is pure and good. Everything God thinks about makes perfect sense. He never has to change His mind about anything.

God’s ways are far beyond anything we can imagine. No one can know how God did what He did in creation. The vastness and variety of creation is beyond our understanding. We can’t begin to imagine the things God can and does do. It is futile to think about the things we cannot know. There are things going on right now that we don’t have any clue about. God is working out of our sight preparing creation for His coming and our reunion with Him. We must simply accept by faith what we cannot know and bow before Him in awe.

Because God is who He is and does what He does, it ought to cause us to bow down and worship Him from the very depth of our souls. He is our Father who oversees all He has created, He is our Savior who died for our sins, He is our Sanctifier who makes us holy, and He is our Lord who rules over His church.

“Thank you, Lord for who you are and all the things you have done, are doing, and shall do for me. I thank you for making yourself known to me, Lord. You are the Lover of my soul and I bow before you today in worship. You are all that I need to know about life from its beginning to its end. In Jesus’ name. Amen.”

Before and After the Honeymoon

About the Author:

Jim Hughes

Spending his formative years in Ft. Wayne, IN, Jim followed the love of his life to southeast Iowa where they married and have spent the majority of their lives. Jim has pastored several churches throughout his life and has worked many years in local factories to help support his family. The father of two married adult children and one son still at home, Jim is a first-time author.

C Through Marriage came into being through many years of pastoral and life experiences. The book first took on a life of its own over 20 years ago when I sought to address the much publicized moral failures of prominent leaders in the church. In the chapter on Chasity, I include the guideliness that I developed then to protect one’s self from such failures.

I am a firm believer in order to make sense out of life you have to use much common sense. We need to get back to the basics of what has worked for many, many generations. If is isn’t broke, why try to fix it? I strive to return to the basics of what really works in all my writings.

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Verse of the Day and Devotion 7/12/2019

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by Bible League International

Verse of the Day and Devotion

While they were still talking about this, Jesus himself stood among them and said to them, “Peace be with you.”  – Luke 24:36 NIV

Devotion

It was the Sunday evening of the day of the resurrection. Understandably enough, the disciples of Jesus were meeting behind locked doors because they were afraid of the Jewish leaders. (John 20:19) Understandably enough, they were afraid that the leaders might do the same thing to them that they did to Jesus. The two disciples that had been walking on the road to Emmaus had just told the rest of the disciples about their encounter with Jesus. (Luke 24:33-35) At that precise moment, Jesus Himself stood among them and said the words in our verse for today: “Peace be with you.”

Like the disciples hiding out behind locked doors, you are a disciple of Jesus. Like them, you have made the decision to deny yourself, take up your cross, and follow Him. (Matthew 16:24) In effect, you have stuck your neck out a long way. After all, not everyone is happy about your decision. In point of fact, some people are downright angry about it. They think you’re a religious fanatic. As far as they’re concerned, your exclusive claims about Jesus being “the way and the truth and the life” (John 14:6) are wild exaggerations and intolerant in the extreme. As a result, they think you’re a danger to the rest of society.

Like the disciples, you’re afraid of what the angry people might do. Maybe it hasn’t gotten to the point yet where you feel the need to meet behind locked doors with fellow disciples, but you’re concerned just the same. You’re worried about what you should do next. You’re anxious about the potential consequences of what you do next. You’re going over the scenarios in your mind, one after the other. At one point, you even considered just backing away from the calling the Lord placed on your heart.

It’s when it gets like this that Jesus shows up. Maybe He doesn’t appear bodily, as He did for the early disciples, but He’s there every bit as much. And He’s saying the same thing to you that He said to them: “Peace be with you.”

He’s saying, “Peace I leave with you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be troubled and do not be afraid.” (John 14:27)

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CrossReads Book Spotlight: In The Silence

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In The Silence

A book/plot that enlightens and inspires

by James Andrew Edske

In The Silence: A book/plot that enlightens and inspires

David and Paul childhood friends all through high school part ways for more than twenty years. Both served in Vietnam, Paul as a foot soldier and David stationed out of harm’s way as an electronic technician. Their lives take up again when Paul, now a priest flies out to Colorado to confront David with some life-threatening news. It seems that not even prayer can help Paul find the forgiveness he is seeking. But, it is David that is in harm’s way, ever since he unlawfully obtained a Clipper Chip decoder box. The little black box contained the MYK78T integrated circuit (IC), the National Security Agency secretly developed to ease drop and unscrambled encrypted messages over telephone lines, just before the end of the Cold War in 1991.

Footnote: The US government claims to have declassified the Skipjack algorithm used in the chip set for the Chipper Chip Decoder box. If that were true, why then do hackers still use an 80-bit key and a symmetric cipher algorithm when they ransom computers? Don’t believe everything the government claims to be true…

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CrossReads Short Takes: The Love of the Guardian & Sinners In The Hands of an Angry GOD

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The Love of the Guardian

Snowflakes in Nevada

by Della M Strickland

The Love of the Guardian

 

The Love of the Guardian

Do you love the love in a great love story?

Then The Love of the Guardian, Snowflakes #3, at the Jake & Jewel Ranch, will truly warm your heart with charm, unrequited love, passion and pain, as long held secrets and hidden desires of the heart light the path to enduring love through the power of faith.

Homeless and destitute, with the unforeseen responsibility of her ward thrust upon her, Cindy Miles has nowhere to turn now but the cowboy she had twice scorned; falsely labeled as a weak, wannabe-cowboy. Saying the waters under the bridge between her and Luke Wayne were stagnant…was a gross understatement.
Now, the Luke of the past is not the strong, passionately gentle cowboy she was coming to know he had always been, the one her free spirited heart had feared and rejected. Could Luke forgive her, love her again, and let them become a family as she longed for him to? Or would her painful secret cause her to lose him forever?

Trust was the foundation of relationships in Luke Wayne’s code-of-life, and once broken—couldn’t be mended. Now the hardheaded, hardhearted and untrustworthy Cindy Miles returning to the Jake & Jewel with a heart full of love for the Squirt was playing havoc with his righteous senses. He couldn’t believe Cindy had changed so drastically and knew she had to be, deep down, still playing games with his emotions.
But deep in his heart Luke felt a burning need to be wrong.

Little fiery, redheaded Lizzie Mae knew her family’s painful secrets and wanted to reveal them. But how could she without hurting everyone more? Her only hope is in the Lord and the one man she wanted to be her Daddy. Lizzie Mae prayed and held on until the time was right for God to give her the desires of her heart, as He said He would.

Jeremiah 29:11 (NLT)
“For I know the plans I have for you,” says the LORD. “They are plans for good and not disaster, to give you a future and a hope.”

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Sinners In The Hands of an Angry GOD

by Dr Michael H Yeager

Sinners In The Hands of an Angry GOD

Modern Version of Jonathan Edwards famous sermon.

Sinners in the hands of an Angry God

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Gems From Pastor Jim 7/9/2019

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by Jim Hughes

crossIs. 55:3 “Come to me with your ears wide open. Listen, for the life of your soul is at stake. I am ready to make an everlasting covenant with you. I will give you all the mercies and unfailing love that I promised to David.”

Come to me with your ears wide open. How many times do you do that? Do you approach God with an intention to just listen to Him, or do you come with an agenda that you want to unload on Him? When was the last time you intentionally went to the Lord to hear from Him? When was the last time God actually spoke to you and you heard it?

God speaks to us His Word. He shows us things we need to know in it. In the Word we find a response from God for whatever our souls need. God uses His Word to convict, instruct, guide, encourage, correct, comfort, inspire and challenge us. He knows what we need for each day and if we are listening to what His Word says we will hear what we need. It is one of the reasons why we must hide the Word in our hearts so we will hear it speak to our needs.

In order to hear God speak, we must have quiet hearts. We must not be distracted by all the things going on around us or in us. We must focus on Him and Him alone. We must seek Him out. We must let His Word sink deep within us. We must forget the clock and wait before Him. Don’t expect to hear from the Lord while you are rushing in and out of His presence. We must take the time to appreciate the life we have in Him and express our gratitude for it. We must take the time to praise Him.

Beware, sometimes the Lord may have to put us on our backs in order for us to be in a position where we can listen to Him when we get too busy to do it on our own. The Lord has things to say to us and if we don’t take the time to listen, He may very well force us to take the time we need. We must listen to the Lord for our very souls are at stake.

The Lord is ready to take an active role in your life. He desires to pour out on you His unfailing love and mercies. He has wonderful things for you to enjoy in life. He longs to give you all the blessings He has stored up for you. Will you give Him his rightful place in your heart? Will you take the time to worship Him and listen to what He is saying to you? Will you open your ears wide open so you can hear Him?

Before and After the Honeymoon

About the Author:

Jim Hughes

Spending his formative years in Ft. Wayne, IN, Jim followed the love of his life to southeast Iowa where they married and have spent the majority of their lives. Jim has pastored several churches throughout his life and has worked many years in local factories to help support his family. The father of two married adult children and one son still at home, Jim is a first-time author.

C Through Marriage came into being through many years of pastoral and life experiences. The book first took on a life of its own over 20 years ago when I sought to address the much publicized moral failures of prominent leaders in the church. In the chapter on Chasity, I include the guideliness that I developed then to protect one’s self from such failures.

I am a firm believer in order to make sense out of life you have to use much common sense. We need to get back to the basics of what has worked for many, many generations. If is isn’t broke, why try to fix it? I strive to return to the basics of what really works in all my writings.

This site contains Third Party Advertising, using online behavioral tracking technology. Some of the links in the post above are affiliate links. This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, we will receive an affiliate commission. Regardless, we only recommend products or services we believe will add value to our readers.

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Have You Ever Had a “Nurse Angel”?

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by Rebekah Beene

I always enjoy sharing about the nurse/angel who came into Danny’s hospital room early on in 2017 when he had just had a stroke . She had a word from the Lord. She walked in, the room lit up bright as Christmas and she took his vitals. Then, without even asking, she prayed over him from his head to his toes. And then she prophesied, “He will live and not die, he will walk again and He will preach the gospel. God is not finished with him yet.”  I am still not sure that she wasn’t an angel. We never saw her before, we never saw her again and nobody in that hospital even knew he was a preacher.

There were times in the past two years that we’d be reminded of her words. Either because we were feeling down or because we were hopeful that the word she spoke over Danny would come true. Sometimes I would remind Danny what she said and we would both wonder.  But this woman of faith was real and her words were true. Because yesterday Danny preached for the first time. And God did a supernatural work through him!

But listen y’all, God did more than that!  He brought one of our daughters to hear her daddy preach and she sang the special!  She has never sung a special in a church since she was a little girl.  So when God performed the prophetic word he also gave us icing on the cake!

Oh beloved, what have you been waiting for? A sure word of prophesy is sure. And the sureness of it will manifest in God’s time. And that word, while you are waiting for it, will grow you, encourage you, lift you out of the pit and give you hope in God.  Not only will God perform it, He will give you icing on the cake.  Some of you have prayed for your children and they are now adults and you see no evidence. Keep praying.  Some of you are asking for renewal and restoration and you haven’t seen it happen yet.  Keep praying.  Some of you are looking at a hardship and you wonder if this is all there is.  No, beloved, there is more!  And in the midst of it all, right when you aren’t even looking for it, God will command His angels, who have charge over you, to do what He wants concerning you, your spouse, your family, your children and more.  Keep looking.  Your job is not to make it happen. Your job is not to look at your circumstances.  Your job is not to prove God wrong or prophets of God wrong.  Your job is not to proclaim the bad news.  Your job is to wait on the Lord. God will perform His job to the perfection of Himself. You can count on God.

God loves you and He’s for you.  If He would send a nurse/angel from Nigeria all the way to America to pronounce the prophetic promise over my husband when he was flat in the bed without a voice, then He will do likewise or even more profound for you! Keep watching, tell God to increase your faith and He will help your unbelief.  And live, beloved, in the Light of God’s plans for your life!

Psalm 27:14 Wait for the LORD; Be strong and let your heart take courage; Yes, wait for the LORD.

Jude 1:20 But you, dear friends, must build each other up in your most holy faith, pray in the power of the Holy Spirit…

Philippians 1:6 For I am confident of this very thing, that He who began a good work in you will perfect it until the day of Christ Jesus.

I Thessalonians 5:19-20 Do not quench the Spirit. Do not scoff at prophecies,

About the Author:

Rebekah Beene

In a Christian Women’s meeting in 1983, Rebekah was given a prophetic message that she would write books. Several years ago she began writing stories about special holiday memories and travels, sharing God’s love and care through each story. God has gifted Rebekah with the ability to look at the natural and see the supernatural. Both Rebekah and her husband Danny have a heart to share the Gospel and the riches of life in Christ to everyone they meet. They have served in the local church and in ministry to motorcyclists. Danny is an ordained minister and they both have been Bible study teachers for many years. Rebekah also speaks at women’s retreats and conferences. Her tag line says it all “God loves you and He’s for you”.

My website is http://rebekahbeene.wordpress.com

My first book in print is Oh Beloved! Live in the Light of His Word.
Link to buying the book via paypal is on the website.
As well a link to purchasing the ebook on Amazon is there too.
I’m also on twitter @rebekahbeene, tumblr http://rebekah-beene.tumblr.com/
and of course facebook as Rebekah Beene (Warren) I included my maiden name for old friends.
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