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I Blew It!

Phobias and Fears
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Impossible Dreams

by Just Faith Life Team on 04/14/15

For with God nothing shall be impossible  Luke 1:37

God created us to be dreamers. Imagination is His idea, after all. If we can dream it, or imagine it, God says with Him, nothing shall be impossible. The world has a take on this, and it is true that natural man can do many things on his own, from his own imaginations and plans, but God wants us to trust Him, rely upon Him and then, He says, NO Thing will be impossible.
God wants us to dream and He wants us to dream BIG.
Just look at a few things God says about us and our dreams.
  • God can do exceeding more than we can ask or dare to dream  Ephesians 3:20
  • Jesus came for the express purpose of giving us more life than we can take in(abundant) John 10:10
  • Ask-you shall receive    Matthew 7:7
  • Pray and ask whatever you will-it will be done for you  John 15:7,16
  • God can make all grace-every favor and earthly blessing-come to you in abundance so that you always and in all circumstances and whatever the need be self-sufficient, possessing enough to require no aid or support and furnished in abundance for every good work and charitable donation. 2 Corinthians 9:8 AMP
What is your dream? Maybe you had a dream but got discouraged and let it go. Now is the time to allow your Heavenly Father to revive that dream and show you what He can do.
Impossible?  No, just big enough to give to God and watch Him work it out in our lives.

Dream on

Glorify the Father

by Just Faith Life Team on 03/13/15

Herein is my Father glorified, that ye bear much fruit; so shall ye be my disciples.  John 15:8 

I was reading this the other day and I saw that Jesus is talking here about fruit. This is what glorifies the Father-FRUIT. 

Of course I already knew this but I couldn't get away from the word fruit. This 15th chapter of the Gospel of John is a familiar one. Abiding in the vine and asking whatever we will..

If ye abide in me, and my words abide in you, ye shall ask what ye will, and it shall be done unto you.  John 15:7

I always think about signs, wonders and miracles when I read this and I am sure this is part of the understanding of this passage but...

Jesus is talking here about fruit. The Father is glorified when we bear much fruit, not by signs, wonders and miracles. Those things bring wonderment and get the attention of the world and, of course, minister to the needs of people. And the Father receives glory when people's needs are met but...

But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness, temperance Galatians 5:22-23

Could it be that the Father is most glorified when we allow His spirit to transform us into people who exhibit His very own attributes? 


  • LOVE  By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another. John 13:35
  • JOY  for the joy of the Lord is your strength. Neh 8:10
  • PEACE  Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid. John 14:27
  • LONGSUFFERING (PATIENCE) But let patience have her perfect work, that ye may be perfect and entire, wanting nothing. James 1:4
  • GENTLENESS  thy gentleness hath made me great. Psalm 18:35
  • GOODNESS Oh how great is thy goodness, which thou hast laid up for them that fear thee; Psalm 31:19
  • FAITH  The just shall live by faith. Rom 1:17; Gal 3:11; Heb 10:38
  • MEEKNESS  Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth. Mat 5:5  Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up. James 4:10
  • TEMPERANCE This I say then, Walk in the Spirit, and ye shall not fulfill the lust of the flesh. Gal 5:16
Transformation: change in form, appearance, nature, or character.
Romans 12:2 And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.


God is Faithful

by Just Faith Life Team on 03/07/15

God is faithful...  1 Corinthians 1:9

Yesterday morning, the devotional reading for me was from 2 Chronicles, chapter 20, verses 20-25. This is the story of King Jehoshaphat when the children of Israel defeated the entire Syrian army without firing a shot, wielding a sword, or engaging in battle. 
You may remember they accomplished this feat because they put the singers and the praisers out front. That's right, the choir sang and praised the God of Israel and the army marched behind.
When they arrived at the enemy's camp, all the solders were dead(they had killed each other). It took the children of Israel three days to gather all the loot.
When I read this yesterday, I knew God was telling me to get ready to praise and sing to Him. I committed to do just that without realizing how important it was going to be by the time the day was over.
It was a day of one bad report after another and I praised the Lord. Then, a giant bad report. The temptation is to quit believing God, to say He does not hear us, even that serving God does us no good. 
We cannot quit on our faith stand or say these things against God and His promise to us.
God's word is true and His promise to us will come to pass, but we are required to believe, to continue to believe and not to give up.
It can be hard to stand when the circumstances do not line up to what we are believing but God is faithful.
He had already told me how to resist the bad report and how to stand in victory--by praise.
I am grateful for His word to me. I did my best to stand and to praise, I did OK  and next time I will do better, but do you know that even when we fail, He cannot fail. If we are unfaithful, He remains faithful.
Let us praise Him for His faithfulness and commit ourselves to learn from Him and allow His faithfulness to strengthen and empower us.

Do Not Worry-Put God First

by Just Faith Life Team on 02/23/15

So do not worry, saying, 'What shall we eat?' or 'What shall we drink?' or 'What shall we wear?' For the pagans run after all these things, and your heavenly Father knows that you need them. But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well. Matthew 5:31-33 NIV

Jesus told us to not worry about the future. Is it possible to not worry? How can we? After all, if I don't take care of tomorrow, who will?
Think about it;
  • I really can't control tomorrow-it is always an unknown. Only God knows the future.
  • God made me and designed me. He knows the things I need in life.
  • God loves me and since He alone knows the future, I can trust Him with mine
  • This issue is about idols. Who or what is really my God?
It all boils down to where I am looking for my supply. Is my trust in myself or other people to get the things I need in life? Do I plan through hard work or my own intelligence to make a way and a name for myself? This is the root of the Babylonian system. Man has always tried to meet his own needs without  God.

It's arrogant and foolish to imagine that we, the created ones, can handle anything on our own without the input, help and energizing power of God who know all things and created all things for His own pleasure. 
Sure, the world, the unbeliever thinks this way but what about those of us who call ourselves believers? Do we trust ourselves, or God?

Only when we are truly willing to put aside our own thoughts, plans, purposes and efforts can we learn His thoughts, His plans, His purposes. When we do that we begin to lean on Him, to trust in Him, to rest in Him. 
So, the question is; Who do I trust? Am I willing to allow God to take His place in my life? To be my supply? To be God?
His promise is, when we do that, He will come in and meet our needs and be God for us.
Let's trust Him.

"Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest.  Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls.  For my yoke is easy and my burden is light."  Matthew 11: 28-30


God will hold us up

by Just Faith Life Team on 09/15/14

We're studying in our Thursday night Bible study, a series by Brother Keith Moore called "Sustained." I highly recommend not only this series but all of the ones on the site. God bless Moore Life Ministry for making available all their materials FREE OF CHARGE.

Psalm 55:22 AMP Cast your burden on the Lord [releasing the weight of it] and He will sustain you; He will never allow the [consistently] righteous to be moved (made to slip, fall, or fail).

This verse in Psalm 55 is telling us God will 
  • sustain us,
  • keep us, 
  • feed us, 
  • nourish us, 
  • provide for us, 
  • guide us, 
  • hold us up. 
But there is a caveat. We must first cast our burden upon Him. 
What does it mean to cast our burden on Him? 
We must release the thing that 
  • weighs us down
  • worries us 
  • fret us
  • comes at us all day long with anxiety. 
We can't do anything about these things. If we could, we would already have done it. We must release these things to Him, not to our mates or friends or anyone else-release these things to the Lord.
This is a Bible promise in two parts-our part and His part.
  1. Our part --We cast our burdens on Him
  2. His part --He sustains or keeps us
We can do this because we know He cares for us 
Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you. 
1 Peter 5:7
Meditate on these things with us and allow God to speak and set us free.


Pensacola Flood

by Just Faith Life Team on 05/15/14

Zechariah 10:1

Ask ye of the Lord rain in the time of the latter rain; so the Lord shall make bright clouds, and give them showers of rain, to every one grass in the field. 

1 Chronicles 14:11

...Then David said, God hath broken in upon mine enemies by mine hand like the breaking forth of waters:...   

About three years ago, the Lord gave me these scriptures to pray specifically over my community and the City of Pensacola. While walking the streets of downtown and praying these scriptures, I have imagined a flood of the Spirit and Glory of God pouring through the streets and into the homes of people all over the area.

After the rain and flooding we experienced on April 30, I asked God if I should stop praying this way (partly in jest, but just checking in to be sure!)  I believe He told me that this flood was a visual of what He so much wants to do here. God wants to move here in Pensacola. The huge amounts of rain, the speed with which it fell, and the way the accumulating, rushing water swept away everything in its path, is minor compared to what He is ready and willing to do in this city.

God's desire is to bring a flood of His glory all throughout this city, not just within the walls of buildings, but in the streets and flowing from there into the homes and lives of people.


  • God wants us to ask for it,
  • He wants us to believe for it, and
  • He wants us to work for it. Notice that David said the breakthrough was "by mine hand."


There has been much seed planted here-Bob and I have personally planted seed here for the last 40 years-but the harvest has been stunted and sparse for the most part. Even the Brownsville revival left the city itself mostly unchanged.

But the seed of God's word is incorruptible seed-it does not decay or go bad-and it is sent to accomplish God's plan.

Let us set ourselves to believe God for the harvest. It is, after all, His harvest. God is the one who sends the rain and He is the one who gives the harvest. Jeremiah tells us that God keeps in reserve for us the appointed harvest. Let us put our confession in agreement with His and boldly declare

Now is the time! The time for harvest!

It is harvest time in Pensacola!

Jeremiah 5:24 AMP

...Let us now reverently fear and worship the Lord our God, Who gives rain, both the autumn and the spring rain in its season, Who reserves and keeps for us the appointed weeks of the harvest.



Homeschooling 101 (My Opinion)

by Just Faith Life Team on 03/30/14

There was TWO things I read in all the books I checked out, heard it through all my homeschool acquaintances, and saw it on all the websites I looked up. TWO very important things you need to remember when you make the decision to homeschool.

1. The first year is ALWAYS the hardest.
2. Don't try to be like everyone else.

After my first year of homeschooling all four of my kids I felt like a complete failure. I did not complete a full curriculum. I ended up changing our curriculum multiple times. We even got to a point where the kids and I just kept clashing heads and would end up fighting each other all day instead of getting anything done. We are on our 2nd full year of homeschooling. We stuck with one curriculum up to last week. ( I am extremely proud of this ) We all got up in the mornings did our work and accomplished a lot, but we finally hit a brick wall. The kids were not learning anything and I was struggling to get out of bed in the mornings.

All of this leads me to the second point. I was feeling burned out. I was going online and looking at all the blogs of the other homeschool moms with their cool schoolrooms and their cool crafts and how all their lessons seem to just go together. I just didn't understand. I spent a lot of money on the accredited curriculum and I didn't have all that stuff.

2. Don't try to be like everyone else.

As I lay in bed praying to God please help me figure this out, it came to me. I have been telling other homeschool friends these two very important points and here I am not following my own advice. I need to stop worrying about what all those other moms have and do what is best for my kids and me. ALL KIDS LEARN DIFFERENTLY!!!! This is one big reason a lot of us homeschool. We can teach our children the way we know is best for them.

Happy Homeschooling

When We Don't Know What to Do

by Just Faith Life Team on 03/17/14

What do we do when we don't know what to do?

We are told in the Bible (James1:5-6) to ask God for wisdom.
OK, I did that. Now what?
It also says to ask in faith without wavering (waffling) 
Just how to do that?

Do I just sit down after I pray and wait for a light from Heaven, a visit from an Angel, or at least a booming realization that tells me what I need to know?

Do I keep looking at all the possibilities and keep worrying and fretting over which one is the right answer? (see James 1:5 below)

Sounds silly, doesn't it. Yet, too often, that is exactly what we do.

But, you say, this is important. 
I've got to have the right answer. 

Let's take a few minutes to think about some things about divine guidance and hearing from God. First, there are a few things we've absolutely got to know.
  1. Know that God, your heavenly Father loves you. (Jn 16:13)
  2. Know that your heavenly Father knows the things you need before you even ask. (Matt 6:32)
  3. Know that your heavenly Father hears you when you pray. (I Jn 5:14))
  4. Know that, if you are born again, the Holy Spirit lives inside of you and will guide you into all truth. (Jn 16:27)
We then know that when we ask our loving Father for wisdom, he gives it to us just as described in James, chapter 1, verse 5 and 6.
  • We pray and ask the Lord for the wisdom we need. 
  • We stay aware of that inner voice within which is the Holy Spirit 
  • We go about our day  and believe that the doors open before us are indeed the very leading of the Lord. 
  • When we pray and believe on purpose, it becomes God's responsibility to keep us out of the wrong paths, and we have to trust that, even if we make a mistake or misstep, God is able and willing to cause it all to work out for our benefit. 
  • Faith, or turning it over to God, or casting all the care upon Him, all of these phrases make no sense to the natural man. He only believes in and trusts that which he can see. How can we trust something we cannot see?  Faith involves a letting go. There is that moment when we admit we cannot control the situation and we choose to let God have the entire thing. When we do that, we free God to work in our behalf, and He is able to do exceeding abundantly above all we can ask or even imagine. Eph 3:20
The Message Bible, James 1: 5-8

If you don't know what you're doing, pray to the Father. He loves to help. You'll get his help, and won't be condescended to when you ask for it. Ask boldly, believingly, without a second thought. People who "worry their prayers" are like wind-whipped waves. Don't think you're going to get anything from the Master that way, adrift at sea, keeping all your options open. 

Be Blessed


Resist the Fear

by Just Faith Life Team on 02/13/14

What do you do when you have stepped on in faith and you're faced with an impossible situation?

When you have stretched your faith until you are at the endpoint? When you have nowhere else to go?

It is certainly not the time to quit or give up!

Here you are, out on a limb without a ladder, walking on the water in the middle of a storm, or, as in my case, looking at a dessert chocked full of walnuts when you have a history of allergic reaction.

Why not just get up and walk away, refuse the dessert?


I was halfway around the world in a third world country with my husband and two children, ages nine and thirteen. 

Because, we had come to share something of the love of Jesus and I would not insult my hostess be refusing to eat what she served and very probably had made herself.

I knew that if I had an allergic reaction, there were no medical facilities available to me. Whatever happened would have to run its course. We had come this far by acting on what we believed to be the word of God to us. It had not been easy to close our business, sell our home, move all our belongings into storage, and uproot ourselves and our children in this way; but we were here in this place, in this woman's home and I was faced with a choice.

It really was no choice at all. I would not refuse the dessert-handmade and authentic baklava-so I said a short prayer and dove into the syrupy sweet pastry. It was wonderful and was my first taste of this delectable dessert. We had occasions after this to enjoy it many times. It is so much better fresh like this than most of the baklava we can get here.

What was my prayer? Now, I believe it was the mercy of God that the Holy Spirit rose up within me to pray just the right prayer. I know so little in myself, but Jesus said the Spirit would teach us all things. (Jn 16:13) I am continually grateful for the presence of the comforter, the Holy Spirit, in my life.

Let's look at this prayer in three parts.


  1.  "Well, Lord," I said. "I'm either going to get delivered"


 When we know that Jesus suffered and died for our complete salvation, then we can resist fear and rest in His abundant provision in any area.

It's a little like the three Hebrew children in the book of Daniel when they faced the anger of the king and the super-hot fire of the furnace. They made their declaration of God's ability to deliver them in chapter 3, verse 17 without hesitation or fear.

  2."or I'm coming home."

In verse 18 of chapter 3 of Daniel, the three make another, rather astounding declaration. They state the even if God does not deliver them from the fiery furnace, they still will not bow or submit to the king's command to worship the king's golden statue. They refused to allow the fear of what might happen to stop them from doing what they know in their heart to be right.

What about us? How many times do we allow the fear of what might happen or what others might think to control us? Fear is the enemy's number one weapon to control and limit us and the number one fear is the fear of death.

Jesus came and suffered in the flesh to destroy the devil, the one who formerly had the power of death and free us from the bondage of the fear of death.(Hebrews 2: 13-14) In Revelation, Jesus told the Apostle John that He, Christ, now holds the keys of death and of hell. (Rev 1:18)

We also know that to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord. (2 Cor 5:8)

The threat of death is really no threat at all. The redemption of our bodies when we see the Lord and live with Him forever, is what we wait for, what the scripture says we are groaning for and what it calls our blessed hope.

 In James 4:7, the Bible tells us to resist the devil and he will flee. I think it is time for us to do a whole lot more resisting.

3. " Either way is OK with me." 

I meant it and thought no more about it. There was no fear.

To finish the story in Daniel, chapter 3, the king was so angry that he ordered the fire to be stoked to seven times hotter before he had the three men thrown into the furnace. The fire was so hot, it killed the guards who did the tossing, but God protected His servants and they walked around in the fire with no ill effects until the king called to them to come out. What a story!

My story is no so dramatic. In fact, no one even knew what was going on, just Jesus and me, but the results were similar.There never was the slightest hint of an allergic reaction and I now enjoy all kinds of nuts with no ill effect.

It's time to put a stop to allowing the devil to control us by fear. Jesus conquered him and made a public spectacle of him. Let's remind him of that when he comes to tell us we cannot do something. It's time to RESIST the devil and all of his ideas and threats and watch him SCAT!







The Just shall live by faith

by Just Faith Life Team on 02/06/14

If the just live by faith, what does that mean to me?

If it means I live every moment of every day extending my faith toward the Father by making the conscious choice to trust His goodness and love toward me, what does that leave for me to do?

Can it really mean that I am to step back in my mind and heart and allow the Spirit of God to lead the way?

Just how does one do that? Over the past several months, I have been trying to learn that very thing and I see that;


  • My inner attention must be and rest upon Him, God my Father. There is no room for self-consciousness.       Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith  Heb 12:2   Jesus is the one in whom we first placed our trust when we were born again, He is the same one we must trust in order to walk out this life. It is about Him-Christ in me the hope of glory. Col 1;27


 So if you're serious about living this new resurrection life with Christ, act like it. Pursue the things over which Christ presides. Don't shuffle along, eyes to the ground, absorbed with the things right in front of you. Look up, and be alert to what is going on around Christ-that's where the action is. See things from his perspective.  Colossians 3:1-2 The Message


  • By asking for and seeking to hear His voice in every situation, I have no chance to advance my own ideas or agenda.
  • Therefore, my own efforts are useless; I can only do those things the Father tells me to do.


Jesus said that he could do nothing himself. He acted only as the Father directed.  Jesus also said the flesh -those self- efforts we can be so proud of- accomplish nothing It is the spirit, He said, that gives life.  Jn 12:49;Jn 6:63; Jn 15;5;Jn 8;28; Jn 14:10


  • This is the rest He causes the weary to rest and it is that rest spoken about in Hebrews, chapter 4. That true Sabbath rest for the people of God.  Vs 9


I don't really like this not in myself. I like to know the boundaries, just tell me what you want me to do and I'll get right on it. The problem is, I know that no matter how much I mean to do it, I very likely will not be able to carry it out perfectly. So, l go back to point #1

What does this mean practically?

We moved recently. Anyone who has moved knows the overwhelming feeling of all those boxes and the pressure to get everything in its place ASAP. I don't like to leave things but there were other obligations, then the holidays, then a trip or two, and I still had boxes in the corners. I looked around and did not know where I was going to put things. It was a temptation to give in to being overwhelmed and get panicky, but I choose to cast the care of it onto the Lord. I did my best to rest in Him and He truly helped by showing me where to put things and when to attack those boxes. One time, I was going to toss two boxes of things I didn't think I needed, but I felt impressed to just put the boxes back in the corner and wait for another time. There came a time when I knew just where to put those items. I'm glad I didn't get rid of them.

Living by faith means more than just trusting God to help me unpack, but it is a start. Anytime I feel pressure about anything-what to prepare for dinner-how to do something-how to fit that into my already full schedule-I ask Him to help me remember to turn my attention onto Him, ask Him to show me and deliberately rest, or trust Him to take care of it. It has been amazing the ways He has come through. Recently, I needed to fix something in the accounting program to prepare for tax season. I didn't know where the problem was but I asked Him and cast the care of it onto Him. Later, while doing something else, I knew just what to do. I did it and it worked.

Does He care about the mundane everyday things in our lives? The Bible tells us to cast all our care upon Him because He cares about us in 1Peter 5:7. Do you know that Jesus tells us the Father loves us as much as He loves Jesus? See for yourself in John 17:23.

Is it possible to live every minute of every day consciously acknowledging Him and resting in His provision. I intend to find out. Join me in the adventure and share your experiences here.




by Just Faith Life Team on 10/29/13

In the past week I have a friend who has suffered loss in many ways. I want to share with everyone something that I feel very strongly about.God will not give us something we can not handle. It may not be easy, but it will NOT be impossible to get through as long as we put him first. We need to remember to get on our knees and rely on Him to get us through whatever we are battling.

Psalm 62:8 Trust in him at all times, O people; pour out your hearts to him, for God is our refuge.

One of the things that I find that help me when I am going through tough times is I like to turn on the radio and jam out. Remember though it is important as to what you listen to. I make sure that either in my house or vehicle there is always praise and worship playing. You will be amazed at what JUST listening to it can do. There is one song in particular that I love and it is I Will Praise You in this Storm by Casting Crowns. It has a very strong message especially for those going through tough times.

Ephesians 4:29 Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.

Also, be careful of what you speak. Now days it is so easy to get caught up in saying things and not realizing what we really are saying. For example: All my kids are sick I guess I am next. Instead say We should be saying Thank you God for healing my kids and thank God for keeping me well because we are all healed by His stripes. Now days we have Facebook, Twitter, and all these web related avenues to let the WHOLE world know what is going on in our lives. As a Christian this is an HUGE opportunity to show people God is in control all the time. Show it by the words that we type and put on all of our web pages.

Things that we have to go through in life can be scary and one of my youngest daughters favorite verses that she says every night before she goes to bed is:

Psalm 56:3-4 When I am afraid I will trust in you. In God whose word I praise in God I trust; I will not be afraid. 

We can say this verse anytime we are afraid or scared or unsure of what will happen next. Remember to trust in Him always!!!

Tired and Confused?

by Just Faith Life Team on 07/25/13

This past week, I was tired and looking at something I didn't think I had the strength to finish. I closed my eyes and prayed in the spirit (tongues) for a few minutes. Suddenly, a thought came to me I had not considered before that moment. I knew it was the Lord telling me how to handle the situation. I did not have to do it that way, it was a suggestion from the Lord and it would take a bit of faith to follow through. I thought about how completely faithful our Heavenly Father is and I stretched my faith and did it His way. I turned out beautifully.

I tell this in order to ask myself and all of us this question;
  • Why do we hesitate to take advantage of this wonderful gift to us, the church?
  • Why do allow ourselves to become so involved in the daily grind that we fail to take the time to allow our spirit to commune with Him in this way.
Jesus tells us in John, chapter 14, that the purpose of the Holy Spirit's coming is to teach us all things. When the one who know all things is ready and willing to teach us all things, why don't we listen? God always has purpose in what He does, so don't we know that the purpose of the prayer language is to further His purpose? 
I have promised myself to spend more time praying in the heavenly language He has given to me and to be more attentive to the Spirit's voice in my life. 
When we face situations we don't know what to do, God's voice to us can be activated by our yielding our voice to that wonderful prayer language of tongues.
We have access to God's wisdom, let us find out what happens when we know and live in that wisdom. So much better than the world.
Join me.

John 14:26
 But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.

John 15:26
But when the Comforter is come, whom I will send unto you from the Father, even the Spirit of truth, which proceedeth from the Father, he shall testify of me:

John 16: 13-15
 Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come.  He shall glorify me: for he shall receive of mine, and shall shew it unto you.  All things that the Father hath are mine: therefore said I, that he shall take of mine, and shall shew it unto you.

When The Pressure's On

by Just Faith Life Team on 07/03/13

The pressure on my mind was so great, as though a huge weight pressed on my shoulders, I stumbled going up the steps and scraped my arm on the banister. "What is this?"  I thought as I rubbed the scrape. My mind burst with negative thoughts of discouragement until the headache nearly blinded me. Blinking back the pain, I trudged into the house. Where were those positive faith confessions I had been making? I couldn't remember a single one. I clamped my lips together and refused to say ANYTHING as I began preparations for the evening meal. I barley spoke to my husband and went to bed early. 
What was that about? 
Several weeks earlier, I had taken some scripture promises and, by faith, applied them to some areas of my life, believing God for change in those areas according to His word. I spoke them to myself all day and at night whenever I woke. Gradually, I had built my faith level up by meditating on His word. 
This was, quite clearly, an outright attack on that word in my life. Jesus tell us in Luke, chapter four, that  "Satan cometh immediately, and taketh away the word that was sown in their hearts."
Satan, our enemy, knows the only way he can defeat a Christian who is standing on God's word in faith, is to get that one to:
  1. Abandon his stand of faith, thinking he is getting nowhere, and
  2. To speak with his mouth death words, replacing those words of faith and life with words of fear and defeat.
The world around us is trained very well in words of death and fear. If we want to walk in the victory and peace that Jesus died to give us, we must learn to place in our mouths God's words of life. We do that first by reading, meditating, and filling our heart with His promises. then, His words will be the ones that come out our mouths.
What happened in my situation?
Under that intense pressure, I simply closed my mouth-the word of faith had already gone out-and went to bed, trusting in my loving Father to take care of it all. 
The next morning the pressure was gone and I continued in my stand of faith. Later, that same day I was surprised by a sudden answer in one of the areas I was believing for. That pressure was Satan's last ditch effort to get me to give up just before I saw some victory. 
Glory to God, He is Faithful and His mercy endures forever!

Be Blessed
A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh.  Luke 6:45

God, Our Father

by Just Faith Life Team on 03/21/13

From the first day of creation, God has been planning and preparing for a family. His great desire is to walk with, talk with, and share with His people. 

  • God prepared an extravagant garden in which to place His man. Everything was ready and it was "very good." Gen 1:31
  • God came in the cool evening to walk and talk with Adam. Gen 3:8
  • When Adam committed treason, God began talking and planning a way to restore fellowship. Gen 3:15; Rom 5:17-19
  • God's final plan-He never changes-is to live with His man Rev 22:5
All throughout the Bible, God is calling us to come to Him, to talk with Him, to change in order that He can get the good things to us and do for us those good things He so wants. Jer 29:11-13 Everything between Genesis and Revelation is the same plan. 
  • God says to anyone who will come to Him or call upon Him or seek for Him WILL find Him. 
  • God is not hiding Himself, He desires to be found by us. He wants to be a God to us, to provide everything for us, everything good so that our lives will be like "those of heaven on earth." Deut 11:21
. Because of the treason of man, judgement had to come. That judgement came in the suffering and death of Jesus at the cross.  Restored fellowship with the Father is what Calvary is all about. There can be no other way, no other sacrifice meets the righteous requirements to fully satisfy the court of heaven. 
We have a choice. 
  • Accept God's provision for restored fellowship and live as part of God's own family-a son or daughter of the Almighty with full rights and privileges.  or
  • Reject God's provision and continue the futile effort of meeting our own needs without God, living in fear, lack and sickness, and spending eternity suffering the judgement deserved for the treason of man-unnecessarily because that judgement has already been made.
It is our choice-choose life!


This is how much God loved the world: He gave his Son, his one and only Son. And this is why: so that no one need be destroyed; by believing in him, anyone can have a whole and lasting life. God didn't go to all the trouble of sending his Son merely to point an accusing finger, telling the world how bad it was. He came to help, to put the world right again. Anyone who trusts in him is acquitted; anyone who refuses to trust him has long since been under the death sentence without knowing it. And why? Because of that person's failure to believe in the one-of-a-kind Son of God when introduced to him. 
John 3: 16-18 The Message Bible

Microsoft Store FREE Computer Classes

by Just Faith Life Team on 01/30/13

Yesterday I took the kids to the Microsoft Store for a free computer class. They offer 5 different classes that run 5 weeks each. The kids are learning how to run Microsoft Office. They all made power points. With the power points they made up stories. The stories they made up could one of two ways. It was very cute and the kids did very well. 

You should check your local mall out and see if you have a Microsoft Store near you. It is completely free and a great homeschool activity.

Happy Homeschooling!!!

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