Spare us, don’t have sex

The very foster care system our country implements is meant to always reconcile the child with the parent who passed him off to strangers, stating that DNA makes that bond more powerful then love.  That however is based on foundational beliefs of the world that view procreation as a right, not a Holy responsibility.  It …

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Looking back

When we visit our childhood memories and feel them for a moment, we are able to embrace the emotions that surface for what they did to protect us as kids. Then we can accept that those reactions no longer serve us as adults. We can hand over those feelings to the mature self who rests …

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What church doesn’t get about Jezebel

When I use my own story as an example of what Daddy has brought me through, it should be that story that others hear without being offended, after all it is my testimony, not something everyone has to agree with.  The depictions of the Jezebel spirit that I have heard preached from pulpits however, are …

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Inauguration of good vs. evil

I think about all the good being called bad and the bad getting called good in this era, and I seriously think I was born in the wrong century.  I guess that proves just how much I live in a fantasy mindset because I completely block out the cowboy shootings and brothels of the Wild …

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False Assumptions

"Grieving is a conscious process by which we deliberately release our attachment to persons,goals, wishes, or religious systems that we can no longer have. Our attachment to these outgrown things, in fact, keeps us from connecting to new and better things that God has for us.  (2Cor.6:11-13) Openness to the past is the way through …

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Breathing life of past prophecies

  12,11,13 In my need for organization, structure and chronological information, ie: control, I procrastinated in sharing very deep moments in Daddy’s presence.  With my new-found hope I am going to turn the writing over to the testimony of our Lord.  I am neither bragging nor boasting, but cannot keep buried the gratefulness that is …

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I see my pain differently now

A Frenchman named Emile Coue created a mantra for his patients to live by.  He found that if they repeated a mantra such as, “every day I am getting better and better”, they were more successful in overcoming disease and sickness than those who fought their prognosis with sheer will.  He determined that strong conscious …

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PTSD lands on wrong shoulders

When I realize in the spirit realm that a new wave is emerging in the world, it is usually because prophetic insight is addressing a foundational issue.  PTSD is first and foremost a strategy of coping that occurs because the person has suffered a trauma and is re-living a portion of it at present time, …

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