Make A Joyful Noise

Wednesday Word: June 28, 2017

Make A Joyful Noise

For the past few weeks, Holy Spirit has been highlighting one verse to me, “make a joyful noise unto the Lord…”. I am one who has an issue with complaining when things don’t go exactly how I plan them to be (I am sure none of you can relate-sarcasm-hahahahahaha). I set out to really work at enjoying my life a few weeks ago due to circumstances happening around me. As soon as I made this decision with my full heart, I started to see that verse in many places. When I asked Holy Spirit what to write about He showed me the verse again. Let us all look at the full Psalm together. Continue reading

Order for Advancement: Part 8

I apologize for the recent long waits between these posts. I have been busy with my family due to increased summer activities and other unexpected events. Here is Part 8 of the “Order for Advancement” series. This focuses on Manasseh (Ephraim’s brother and another of Joseph’s son). Manasseh means “causing to forget”.

Click here to view my insights on this name and how it can relate to our walk with our Lord.

Press In

Wednesday Word: June 21, 2017

Press In

Ephesians 2:14-15 – For He Himself is our peace and our bond of unity. He who made both groups—[Jews and Gentiles]—into one body and broke down the barrier, the dividing wall [of spiritual antagonism between us], 15 by abolishing in His [own crucified] flesh the hostility caused by the Law with its commandments contained in ordinances [which He satisfied]; so that in Himself He might make the two into one new man, thereby establishing peace. [AMP]

A few weeks ago I went to a Christ-centered women’s retreat. One of the messages given was about what it truly means to “press in”. When I first came into the Kingdom eleven years ago, there were many terms I always heard but had no understanding of. One of them was “press in”. Many teachers and mentors would continually say “press in”. I instinctively knew this meant to press into the Lord but I had no understanding of what that actually meant until this retreat. Continue reading