Monthly Archives: April 2015


"The Lord bless thee, and keep thee:  The Lord make his face shine upon thee, and be gracious unto thee:  The Lord lift up his countenance upon thee and give thee peace." (Numbers 6:24-26)

The above scripture is my heart toward all those who prayed for a successful and glorious dedication for our prayer cabin, "Witness".  I send it out to everyone locally who helped labor with James and me on the physical building itself.  It was more than I could have imagined!


Who Is Your Contractor?

"Except the Lord build the house, they labour in vain that build it: except the Lord keep the city, the watchman waketh but in vain."  Psalm 127:1

This is a brief update on what’s happening with our prayer cabin these days.  I actually missed posting a blog last Monday because we have been busy putting finishing touches on "Witness"; (Joshua 22:34) God’s house of prayer.

This has been a long-awaited for, and much sought after vision the Lord gave me nine years ago.  Battles raged and the wilderness period was long and dry.  The above scripture from Psalm 127 was one of many that kept me going.  I knew the vision was of God and each trial was a test, to see if I could be like Abraham, "and believe God" for it.


Lips of Praise

"There is HEALING power in your praise!  There is DELIVERING power in your praise!  When Paul and Silas were in prison, they SANG to me, they PRAISED me and they WORSHIPPED me.  When they did all these things, EVERY door flew open and EVERY shackle fell off!  I say, praise me in YOUR circumstances; and praise me for your brothers and sisters who haven’t learned this yet.  It is the key to your freedom," saith the Lord.

What a joy to receive this exhortation from the Lord!  When we are so consumed with the things of this world swirling around us, God says PRAISE ME!  David expressed himself through praise; even when King Saul was chasing him down to kill him.  Can we say we are doing this in our lives today?  I am the first one to confess and repent, for not praising God like I KNOW to, when things get tough.