Word of the Day Series

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Don't hold back forgiveness..

Friday, October 31, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…..



TONIGHT I PRAY THAT as you come to the Lord with all of your weaknesses both physical and spiritual, that you will be able to rest in the comfort of HIS Presence. Knowing that in your heart that nothing is impossible with Jesus!!!  I pray that you turn your mind away from your own problems, so you can totally depend on Jesus to meet all of your needs, both  Spiritual and physical. For when you release every part of your life to Him it is even more spectacular than you can even imagine!!!  Instead of trying to direct HIM to do things, stop trying to control everything so that you will be able to experience HIS Peace. Look and see what the Lord is already doing in your life. When the anxiety attempts to wedge its way into your thoughts, remind yourself that the Lord is your Shepherd.  He is taking care of you. Therefore there is nothing you should be afraid of. That the safest place for you to be is in HIS will, Word and Way for your life…   Walk in that Light, and faith!!! In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen.  I love you all!!!!  God bless you!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day.... October 31, 2014....


Seven Things God Hates
"There are six things which the Lord hates, yes, seven which are an abomination to Him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that run rapidly to evil, a false witness who utters lies, and one who spreads strife among brothers" (Prov. 6:16-19).


God is clear about the things that displease Him.

God hates sin in any form, but Proverbs 6:17-19 lists seven that are especially loathsome to Him. First is haughty eyes (v. 17), which pictures a proud and arrogant person with his nose in the air and his eyes uplifted. The pride in his heart is reflected in his mannerisms.

Pride is perhaps listed first because it is at the heart of all rebellion against God—beginning with Lucifer himself, who cried out against God, "I will ascend to heaven; I will raise my throne above the stars of God, and I will sit on the mount of assembly in the recesses of the north. I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will make myself like the Most High" (Isa. 14:13-14).

God also hates a lying tongue (v. 17). Men often toy with truth, denying or distorting it to gain some supposed advantage. But God can't tolerate deception of any kind. He expects us to live according to His truth.

Third, He hates murderous hands (v. 17). That speaks of people whose hatred and greed are so strong they will kill rather than be denied what they want. God created life and established its sanctity. That's why He ordained that murderers be put to death (Gen. 9:6).

God also hates a wicked heart and malevolent feet (v. 18). Sometimes people fall into sin inadvertently. But these people carefully plot their sinful activities, then hurry to execute their plans.

Finally, God hates a false witness and a divisive spirit (v. 19). Bearing false witness is telling lies about an innocent party. That can obstruct justice, destroy a reputation, and even destroy a life. A divisive spirit is one who creates divisions where there should be unity.

Those sins characterize unbelievers, but Christians aren't immune from them. So be on guard not to stray into attitudes and actions that God hates.  This devotional from Pastor John makes me think about my own walk with Jesus and how much I want to keep it truly authentic.  I hope that you have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night....


I Pray TONIGHT that you place all of your trust in Jesus.  Listen as He softly announces HIS Presence to you.  His shimmering radiance taps gently at your consciousness, seeking entrance.  That even through His great power that rules all of heaven and earth, you will feel His gentleness.  I Pray that as you put all of your hope in Him that you will be protected from self- pity and depression.  Hope in Him is like a golden cord that will connect you to heaven.  The more you cling to this cord, the more our Lord will bear your burdens; in doing so He will lighten your load.  He wants you to cast all of your cares on Him for He truly cares for you.  Cling to hope and His rays of light will reach out to you through the darkness and touch you.  When He does He will change your life together. Praise His holy name and thank the Lord as He fills with His spontaneous flow of joy!!! In Jesus name we pray, Amen and Amen…  I love you all!!!  God bless you!!!♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 30, 2014....


Beyond These Shadowlands    
    These priests provide only a hint of what goes on in the true sanctuary of heaven, which Moses caught a glimpse of as he was about to set up the tent-shrine. It was then that God said, "Be careful to do it exactly as you saw it on the Mountain."  
—Hebrews 8:5 

So often we tend to think of heaven as surreal and earth as real. In other words, our point of reference is earth. This is earth. This is real. And heaven? Well, who knows?

In truth, it's the opposite! Heaven is what is real, earth is what is temporary. That is why C. S. Lewis described life on earth as "the shadowlands." Earth is only a pale version of heaven, not the other way around.

God commanded Moses to build a tabernacle like the one in heaven. And in Hebrews 8:5, we read that the priests in New Testament days served in a place of worship that was only a copy, a shadow of the real one in heaven. In fact, as Moses prepared to build the tabernacle, God gave him this warning. He said, "Be sure that you make everything according to the pattern I have shown you here on the mountain" (Hebrews 8:5, NLT).

God wanted to make it clear to Moses that the original was in heaven and the copy was on the earth. To quote C. S. Lewis again, "The hills and valleys of Heaven will be to those you now experience not as a copy is to an original, nor as the substitute is to the genuine article, but as the flower to the root, or the diamond to the coal."

As earthbound human beings, we tend to start with earth and reason up toward heaven. What we ought to do is start with heaven and reason down toward earth. Heaven is the real deal, the eternal dwelling place. Earth is the copy, the temporary dwelling place.

When you see that sunset or that panoramic view of God's finest expressed in nature, and the beauty just takes your breath away, remember it is just a glimpse of the real thing that awaits you in heaven.

I can relate to this devotional from Pastor Greg today  because I live in Hawaii.  I can’t think of a better place to watch the sun setting!!!    I remember Pastor Chuck saying that he had dibbs on Kauai!  I hope you all have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!! 

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night....




Tonight I Pray that you realize that we can come to the Lord with a thankful heart even in the midst of tribulation and sorrow.  That we can face our trials with a power that others do not have…  The power of the Lord God!!! I pray that as we face those oncoming storms that we lean closer into Him so that He can help us to navigate our way through the storm. For it is when we put our trust in Him, we have the assurance that He will help us to endure the trial before us and discern His purpose for it so that we can grow into a more intimate walk with Him.  I pray that each of us can be like the eagle who has the ability to lock its joints and soar effortlessly on the updraft, instead of flapping his wings.  I pray that as we wait upon the Lord, that He will help us to use the winds of adversity to soar above our problems.  After all, God promises “Those who wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; and mount up with wings like eagles”  In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I Love you all!!!  God bless You!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 29, 2014...


Holy Hatred
"Hate evil, you who love the Lord" (Psalm 97:10).
God’s hatred for evil is an extension of His love.

After spending this month exploring fifteen characteristics of godly love, it might seem odd to shift suddenly to the topic of hatred. Additionally, "holy hatred" will sound like a contradiction in terms to those who view all hatred as evil. But love and hate are inseparable. You can't truly love something and be complacent about the things that oppose or threaten it.

If you love your spouse, you hate anything that would defile or injure him or her. If you love your children, you hate anything that would harm them. If you love good, you hate evil. If you love unity, you hate discord. If you love God, you hate Satan. That's why Scripture says, "Hate evil, you who love the Lord" (Ps. 97:10) and, "The fear of the Lord is to hate evil; pride and arrogance and the evil way, and the perverted mouth, I [God personified] hate" (Prov. 8:13).

Unquestionably God is a God of love. First John 4 says, "Beloved, let us love one another, for love is from God; and every one who loves is born of God and knows God. The one who does not love does not know God, for God is love. . . . Beloved, if God so loved us, we also ought to love one another. . . . And we have come to know and have believed the love which God has for us. God is love, and the one who abides in love abides in God, and God abides in him" (vv. 7-8, 11, 16).

How are we to respond to that love? The psalmist wrote, "From Thy precepts I get understanding; therefore I hate every false way. . . . I hate those who are double-minded, but I love Thy law. . . . I esteem right all Thy precepts concerning everything, I hate every false way. . . . I hate and despise falsehood, but I love Thy law" (Ps. 119:104, 113, 128, 163).

Is that your prayer? Do you hate the things that oppose God? Are you offended by what offends Him? Remember, holy hatred is as much a part of godly love as any of its other characteristics. If you love God, you must necessarily hate evil.

This is a powerful devotional from Pastor John!  I hope that you learned as much as I did from it.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night....




I Pray TONIGHT that the Lord fills your heart with His love and gives you great joy!  He has supplied fountains of joy within us I pray that the wind of the Holy Spirit blow His fullness into your life in Jesus’ name! Be clothed with power from on high and anointed with fresh oil!! He has made us glad The Joy of the Lord is our strength!!! Whatever the enemy sent to confuse, oppress, restrict, depress, or torment you is broken and dismantled right now in the name of Jesus!  I ask the Lord to unblock the deep wells within you by the power of the Holy Spirit!  You will experience His Presence and taste and see that the Lord is good in the land of the living!!!!  Enjoy your journey… In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen.  I Love you all… God bless you!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 28, 2014...


Our Ultimate Prayer Partner    
    Who is he who condemns? It is Christ who died, and furthermore is also risen, who is even at the right hand of God, who also makes intercession for us. —Romans 8:34 

If you found yourself in a difficult passage in life, would it bring you some measure of comfort if Billy Graham called you? "This is Billy Graham. I wanted to talk to you. I heard you were going through a hard time. I would like to pray for you." And of course you answer, "Please do!"

So Billy Graham prays for you, with that unforgettable voice of his, bringing your name and needs before God. Wouldn't you feel good about that? When it was over, wouldn't you hang up the phone and say, "Wow. That was unreal. I feel so much better now."

Then let's say the phone rings again. "This is Pastor Chuck Smith. I heard you were experiencing some difficulties. May I pray for you?" So Chuck Smith prays for you. And then Chuck Swindoll calls, and he prays for you too! How would you feel? You would feel good. Three great men of God have personally called you on the phone and prayed for your needs by name.

Yet the Bible teaches that Someone much greater than these is already doing that very thing. Jesus Christ is praying for you. The Son of God is interceding for you. What's more, He's not just calling you on the phone, praying, and then leaving you alone again. Hebrews 7:25 tells us, "Therefore He is also able to save to the uttermost those who come to God through Him, since He always lives to make intercession for them."

He always lives to make intercession for you. He always prays for you. In fact, He's praying for you right now, at the right hand of His Father in heaven. Hebrews 9:24 says, "For Christ has not entered the holy places made with hands, which are copies of the true, but into heaven itself, now to appear in the presence of God for us." Jesus is interceding for you at this very moment.  

I love this devotional from Pastor Greg this morning!! I love having Jesus for a prayer partner!  I can’t think of anything more awesome than that.  I hope you all have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!

Monday, October 27, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night....


Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…..


Tonight I Pray that you take everything to the Lord in prayer.  He is working on our behalf and truly cares about our concerns.  He is a Lord that counts our tears and that is just how much He truly loves us.  I pray that you feel the warmth and security of Him taking care of you on this night. I pray that you put all of your trust in Him and I pray that you get a real hunger for His Word so that you will grow into a more intimate walk with Him.  I pray that you stop trying to do things under your own power and release every part of your life to Him.   For it is when you give everything to the Lord you are released to fall back into the security of His everlasting arms.  Stand on that faith in the Lord and allow Him to teach you His ways.  For when you take the time to search Him out through prayer and His Word He will be found by you and there is no greater treasure than that!!! In Jesus name I Pray, Amen and Amen…  I love You All!!!  God Bless You!!!♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 27, 2014


Heaven Is a Literal Place    
    Don't let this throw you. You trust God, don't you? Trust me. There is plenty of room for you in my Father's home. If that weren't so, would I have told you that I'm on my way to get a room ready for you? And if I'm on my way to get your room ready, I'll come back and get you so you can live where I live.  —John 14:1–3 

Heaven is an actual place.

It isn't an "idea" or a "state of mind"; it's a location, like Miami or Chicago or Paris. We often think of heaven in sort of a mystical way, and our minds gravitate toward the Hollywood version, where people in filmy white robes float around on clouds with little halos over their heads, strumming harps.

How boring! That is certainly not the heaven of the Bible. The Bible uses a number of words to describe heaven. One word it uses is paradise. In the Gospels, we're told that Jesus was crucified between two thieves. When one of those thieves, in the last moments of life, put His faith in Jesus, he said, "Lord, remember me when You come into Your kingdom" (Luke 23:42). And Jesus replied, "Assuredly, I say to you, today you will be with Me in Paradise" (verse 43).

Heaven is also compared to a city. In Hebrews 11:10, we're told that this city's architect and builder is God Himself. And then Hebrews 13:14 says, "For here we do not have an enduring city, but we are looking for the city that is to come" (NIV).

Now, we know that cities have buildings, culture, art, music, parks, goods and services, and events. Will heaven have all of these things? We don't know. But we can certainly conclude that heaven will in no sense be less than what we experience here on earth—with the exception of all things harmful or evil.

Heaven is also described as a country. Hebrews 11:16 says, "They desire a better, that is, a heavenly country. Therefore God is not ashamed to be called their God."

Heaven is a paradise, a city, a country . . . and so much more that we can't begin to wrap our finite minds around it. But one thing I do know: Jesus is expecting me, and He's prepared a place for me. What more could I ask for?

I can’t think of anything!!!  I can’t wait for heaven!!! Thank you Pastor Greg!  I hope you all have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night....


I Pray Tonight that as you get into the Word and prayer that He makes your prayer life stronger and draws your loved ones back to Him in these last days. Go gently and steadily through your day looking to Him for all that you need.  Then rest in the knowledge that His watch over you is perfect.   I pray that you sing a new song unto the Lord filled with Praises and Thanksgiving!!!  He is your song and He will share His joy, peace and His blessed Presence with you. I pray that you hold tightly to His hand as you journey with Him towards heaven.  In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I love you all!!!  God Bless You!!!♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 26, 2014


Self-Control
by Charles R. Swindoll
But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, 23 gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law. Galatians 5:22-23

Willpower is a forgotten word amidst most Christian circles today. Many of us are soft, flabby, and fat either outwardly or inwardly . . . or both. 

The overindulgence and underachievement of our age have created a monster whose brain is lazy, vision is blurred, hands are greedy, skin is thin, middle is round, and seat is wide. Color him baby blue! 

What has spawned this strange, pillowy product? The Greeks would say: "A serious lack of enkrateia." That isn't a vitamin, it's a virtue---self-control. 

The word actually means "inner power or strength." Expanded, it includes such things as having mastery or possession of something, the controlling power of the will (under the operation of the Spirit of God), the inner strength to resist and refrain, the strength not to indulge, not to act on impulse. 

Paul uses this term in 1 Corinthians 7:9 regarding the control of sexual desire. He refers to it again in 9:25 as he speaks of the athlete's control over his body and its wants during the period of time he is training for a contest. 

Rigid, severe discipline went into such training, mixed with separation and loneliness. Stern soul-discipline was a constant companion of the Greek athlete of the first century. Enkrateia became his middle name for ten long months. 

In Galatians 5:23, this virtue occurs in the list of the fruit of the Spirit. But lest you think it is something God suddenly drops on you without any involvement on your part, allow me to quote 2 Peter 1:5-6 so as to keep everything in balance: 

Now for this very reason also, applying all diligence, in your faith supply moral excellence, and in your moral excellence, knowledge, and in your knowledge, self-control, and in your self-control, perseverance, and in your perseverance, godliness. 

Observe two things, please. First, this is a series of commands to the Christian---this is our responsibility. Second, the fulfilling of the commands necessitates our "applying all diligence"---this will take sacrificial effort . . . emotional blood, sweat, and tears! 

For the remainder of this reading I'd like to apply self-control to our lives just from the neck up. Naturally, we are the product of what we think about. Our actions and our reactions originate in our minds. What do you think about? Upon what do you spend most of your mental energy? How much independent, hard-core, no-nonsense, controlled mental input goes into your day on the average?

Those sorts of questions haunt me when I consider how a phenomenon like TV watching has so thoroughly saturated our society. Consider the following facts, gathered at the time of this writing: 

Ninety-five percent of American households---over 60 million homes---have televisions. An additional 100,000 sets are being added with every passing month. More than 106 million adults find themselves in front of the tube on an average week in America. 

And how often do those TVs get turned on? The American average is 48 hours per week. The average male watches 26 hours per week, while the female watches 30 hours. A national survey reports that the average American high school student spends more time in front of a television in his lifetime than the sum total spent before a teacher from kindergarten through high school. 

I don't have to remind you that I am not anti-TV. I own one and I thoroughly enjoy viewing selected programs regularly as time permits. However, it is exceedingly serious when a nation like ours has become so lacking in self-control that we cannot turn a one-inch knob to "off" and provide our minds and eyes a needed rest from the blast of consistent cosmos propaganda. 

It is a pity that many Christians have the TV schedule better memorized than a single chapter from God's precious Word. Due to our lack of mental self-control, our driving desire is to be entertained and amused, rather than challenged through reading or family discussions or silent meditation or personal planning and goal-setting. 

I suggest that you attack this problem with a loaded rifle, not a sling shot. Take one needy area at a time and shoot it into submission with relentless prayer and determination as the Spirit provides the gunpowder. Let's meet at the rifle range. I think I hear a few shots already. 

Don't fail to draw on the Lord's power as you work on self-control, knowing His strength is yours. Understand and believe Romans 8:9-14.  This devotional hits home for all of us at one time or another.  I want to stay close to Jesus in these last days.  I hope you have a Simply Heavenly day.  God bless you!!! 

Saturday, October 25, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night....




TONIGHT I PRAY that each one of us counts our blessings as we kiss our children or parents goodnight this evening. There is so much tragedy in the world during these last days. Students shot and killed in Washington and the parents of the young man who felt so alone and desperate that he felt he had no other way out. How sad and alone the parents of these young people must be as they hold a vigil by their hospital beds praying that their children will make it through the next few days. We pray for all of the families who are going through this terrible tragedy, that You comfort them as they mourn their great loss. We pray for all of the young people who were injured that the Lord touch them with His healing Hand and use this great tragedy to lead all of them to Jesus. There are so many people who are alone and lonely this night. We ask that the love of Jesus Christ roll over all of them like a great wave and cover them with His comfort in the midst of their great pain. We pray that they will seek out the Lord for solace and find Him as their Lord and Savior when they do. I Pray that they will allow His Presence to cover them like a veil of light so that they will remain conscious of Him in all situations and feel comfort in the warmth of His love and saving grace. In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen… I love you all!!! God bless you!!♥♥♥

Word of the Day.... October 25, 2014...


Hoping in God
"[Love] hopes all things" (1 Cor. 13:7).

Love refuses to take human failure as final.

Even when faith falters, hope comes to the rescue. It is that long rope that keeps us linked to the sovereignty and power of God.

The apostle Peter wrote to believers who were experiencing severe trials. To encourage them he began, "Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who according to His great mercy has caused us to be born again to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead" (1 Pet. 1:3).

Our hope is a living hope because our God is a living God. No matter how bleak your situation might seem, God is at work to accomplish His purposes. As Christ hung on the cross, it seemed as if sin had finally triumphed over righteousness. But sin's finest hour became its death knell when Christ arose from the grave as Lord of life and Redeemer of His people. Now "He who raised Christ Jesus from the dead will also give life to your mortal [body] through His Spirit who indwells you" (Rom. 8:11). Trials and death have no power over you. They simply bring you closer to Christ.

When ministering to others, hope gives you confidence that as long as there is life, human failure is never final. God refused to accept Israel's failures; Jesus refused to accept Peter's; and Paul refused to accept that of the Corinthians. When your attempts to cover the sins of others have failed or your righteous expectations have been shattered, hope says, "Don't give up. God can still work this out for good."

Hope is illustrated in the true story of a dog who was abandoned at the airport of a large city. He stayed there for over five years, waiting for his master to return. People at the airport fed and cared for him, but he refused to leave the spot where he last saw his master. If a dog's love for his master can produce that kind of hope, how much more should your love for God produce abiding hope?
I really enjoyed this devotional from Pastor John.  I hope that you did as well!!!  I hope you have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!  

Friday, October 24, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night....


 Tonight I Pray that you realize that we serve a Mighty God and nothing is too difficult for Him!! He has chosen to use the weak so that He can accomplish His purposes. Your weakness is designed by the Lord to open you up to His power. Do not fear your limitations and never allow fear to block the flow of His Strength into you. Instead of trying to fight your fears, concentrate on putting all of your trust into HIM. When you relate to Him in confident trust, there is no limit to how much He will strengthen you.   He is your Helper the One who will teach you to pray and give you a mighty hunger for His Word!!! Stand on that Faith and trust in Him every day and He will make your paths straight.  In Jesus name I Pray, Amen and Amen.  I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 24, 2014....


Permeated    

    God did not give us a spirit of timidity (of cowardice, of craven and cringing and fawning fear), but [He has given us a spirit] of power and of love and of calm and well-balanced mind and discipline and self-control. —2 Timothy 1:7 

Sometimes when we hear that a person is "spiritual," we think of him or her as being out of touch, not living in the real world, or (how shall I say it?) weird. But nothing could be further from the truth because the truly spiritual man or woman will be a very practical person as well.

A Spirit-filled believer will live a life that honors and glorifies God. Ephesians 5 tells us, "Be filled with the Spirit, speaking to one another with psalms, hymns, and songs from the Spirit. Sing and make music from your heart to the Lord" (verses 18-19, NIV).

When we think about being filled with the Spirit, we might imagine some wild emotional experience. And though being filled with the Spirit can and sometimes will include emotions, it won't necessarily be that way always.

What exactly did the apostle Paul mean when he used the term filled? One translation of the word pictures a steady wind filling the sails of a ship. So the idea is that the wind of God wants to fill the sails of your ship as you are moving along the sea of life. In another place in Scripture, the same word is translated permeated, picturing the truth that God wants to soak and saturate everything that we say or think or do.

To be filled with the Spirit means that the Holy Spirit is a part of all that you're involved in. He's a part of your prayer life. He's a part of your worship life. He's a part of your business life. He's a part of your vacation. He's a part of everything that touches your life in any way. That is what it is to be a Spirit-filled and Spirit-led believer.

Is this some big, one-time experience, never to be repeated? No, because the original language implies this is something you should be receiving over and over and over again. Be continually filled with the Spirit.  I always enjoy devotionals from Pastor Greg.  I hope that you did too.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night.....


I PRAY TONIGHT that you are not afraid, for He is your strength. I pray that you ask the Holy Spirit to immerse you in His Love and as you rest in Him, He will renew your mind, body and spirit. Train your mind to seek out the Lord in all situations look for Him in your surroundings. A beautiful sunset, the beauty of the waves as they crash on to the shore or the smile of a loved one.  I pray that as He comes in and upon you that your walk with the Lord shall be changed forever!!!  His power is unlimited, and as you give all of yourself to Him, your consecrated weakness will draw His power to your neediness.  I pray you stand on your faith in the Lord and do not allow fear to stand between you and the Lover of your soul!!!  In Jesus name I Pray, Amen and Amen.  I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 23, 2014.....


Determination
by Charles R. Swindoll
Be on the alert, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong.  1 Corinthians 16:13


Years ago a certain issue of Sports Illustrated featured a lengthy article on Tom Landry, former coach of the Dallas Cowboys. Those who know me won't be surprised to hear that I read every word of it. 

I was living in Dallas when the Cowboys were formed into a team and Tom Landry was first introduced as the head mentor of that original, rag-tag bag of unknown athletes. The first few years were bleak, to say the least. The crowds were sparse and instead of cheers there were groans. One losing season led to another, and as you can imagine, the public soon made Landry the target of their savage verbal assaults. Sportswriters added insult to injury in their vicious criticisms, as did the broadcasters who implied and stated that the team needed a coach with more outward enthusiasm, more flair, and more creativity. Landry quietly plugged on. Maligned and plagued with misunderstanding, he hung in there with bulldog determination, refusing to succumb to public pressure. Quit wasn't in Landry's vocabulary. The idea of ditching when the going got rough was never a consideration. His disciplined determination paid off---again and again---as his Cowboys rode into pro football legend.

Later they called Landry a legend . . . but he hadn't changed within. With the same inner tenacity of undaunted, untiring determination, Tom Landry gave God the glory and claimed that the life of the apostle Paul is an example we all should follow. How true. 

Our day, unfortunately, has made quitting fashionable. 

After all, if you can quit a job or a team when the road gets bumpy, why not apply that philosophy to everything. Like a diet or a class or a church or a marriage or parenthood. The fog of failure clouds the issues and the cramp of criticism sucks away the motivation. Conviction is now being viewed as a neurotic tendency. Discipline is considered somewhat sadistic. Determination is, in the minds of the mesmerized masses, that which characterizes a stubborn fool . . . a quality not needed and not wanted by those who seek public approval. 

Ah, but what then are we left with? 

Take away conviction, discipline, and determination and you have cut the heart out of real living. You have eliminated the challenge that keeps the game of life exciting and rewarding. You have settled for nothing better than a tie with the opponent. You have erased the very things that made the Pattons, the MacArthurs, the Pullers, the Kellers, the Churchills, the Beethovens, the Lombardis, and the Landrys giants amidst dwarfs. 

I can assure you that the gospel was laid in the lap of Europe because Paul was ablaze with sufficient determination to proclaim it---no matter the sacrifice or cost. When he wrote to the Corinthians, "Be on the alert, stand firm in the faith, act like men, be strong" (1 Corinthians 16:13) . . . he knew whereof he spoke! In case you question that, you've not read his autobiography recently . . . written in blood (2 Corinthians 11:22-33). His final words reflect the same heart-throbbing determination: 

I have fought the good fight, I have finished the course, I have kept the faith. (2 Timothy 4:7) 

Show me a company that is efficient, progressive, dynamic, and organized---and I'll be willing to guarantee that behind the scenes, somewhere near or at the top of that company is a well-disciplined, determined leader. The same applies to a Christian organization or a school, a hospital, a home, a ball team, a city, a military outfit, a bank, or any other enterprise. 

Let me close by making this personal . . . to you. Are you lagging behind in areas of determination? Are you becoming negligent, for example, in your financial obligations . . . or in some personal discipline . . . or in the quality of work you do . . . or in your study habits . . . or in your correspondence . . . in your promptness . . . or in finishing the tasks you begin? Believe me, this is a rebuke to me as much as anyone . . . and not an easy thing for any of us to fulfill---but it is essential! 

The history of man is strewn with the litter of nameless people who faced calamity and hardship, suffering and criticism---and gave up. Or---in the words of Psalm 78:9---"They turned back." 

To you who are tempted to turn back . . . I urge you instead to "stand firm . . . act like men, be strong"! The benefits of determination far outweigh the alternate course.  I really enjoyed this devotional from Chuck Swindoll!   I hope you have a Simply Heavenly day!  God bless you!!!

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night.....




TONIGHT I PRAY for restoration of all things in your life - the manifestation of sons and daughters of God and the fulfillment of His promises to you!  Our God is faithful!  We lift up all of our loved ones to the Lord for salvation, healing and reconciliation. I pray that whatever kind of assistance or help is necessary to establish the eternal plan of God for your life be furnished that you will be profitable to His Kingdom, positively affecting individuals, communities and nations! I pray that  every demonic stronghold and any curse over you be taken away by the power of the Holy Spirit! In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen!!!  I Love you all…   God Bless You!!! 

Word of the Day... October 22, 2014.....


"Someday" Is Today    
    Teach us to realize the brevity of life, so that we may grow in wisdom. . .You have made my life no longer than the width of my hand. My entire lifetime is just a moment to you; at best, each of us is but a breath. —Psalms 90:12; 39:5 

When you've had an encounter with death — a near-death experience of your own or the sudden passing of a loved one — it inevitably leads to a few essential questions: What is life all about, anyway? Why am I alive . . . and what am I really living for?

In other words, what gets you out of bed in the morning? What gets your blood pumping? Is it an alarm clock or a calling that gets you up each and every day? Every one of us needs some motivating passion, some ideal, something that gives our lives purpose that drives us on. Unfortunately some people don't know what they're living for.

Many people are merely marking time instead of enjoying their lives. Their favorite day of the week is "someday." Someday my ship will come in. Someday my prince (or princess) will come. Someday it's all going to get better. Someday my life will change. A recent study revealed that 94 percent of the people surveyed were simply enduring the present while "waiting for something better to happen."

But here is what people don't plan on. They don't plan on death. And they never expect it to come around the corner unexpectedly. When you're young you tell yourself, "I don't have to even think about that for another fifty or sixty years." And that may true. But death knocks at every door. The Bible says that each of us has an appointment with death: "People are destined to die once, and after that to face judgment" (Hebrews 9:27, NIV).

That appointment may come later than you expected. On the other hand, it may come much, much sooner. Statisticians tell us that three people die every second, 180 die every minute, and 11,000 people die every hour. This means that every day, 250,000 people enter into eternity.
What's the bottom line? Live every day as though you may never have another one. Live ready to step into God's presence at any moment. Wow this is an awesome teaching from Pastor Greg!   I hope you have learned as much as I did.  Have a Simply Heavenly day!  God bless you!!! 

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…


TONIGHT I PRAY that all of us give up the illusion of a problem free life and that we come to the resolution that we live in a fallen world and we will face difficulties in this life.  I pray that we remember this is NOT our home we are only visiting here and very soon our Father will call us home.  In the meantime I pray that we pour our energy into seeking the Lord for He is the Perfect One. He will understand you when no one else seems to.  I pray that you don’t allow the hardships of this life to pull you away from Jesus and having a thankful heart. When we are thankful it takes the sting out of hardships and opens our heart to His Presence!!! It is the warmth of His love that will light our path to home with Him. Rest in that love that will never leave us or forsake us!!! In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I love you all!!!  God bless you!!! ♥♥♥ 

Word of the Day... October 21, 2014.....


Top Priority    
    "So don't worry about these things, saying, 'What will we eat? What will we drink? What will we wear?' These things dominate the thoughts of unbelievers, but your heavenly Father already knows all your needs. Seek the Kingdom of God above all else, and live righteously, and he will give you everything you need."   —Matthew 6:31–33 

When Jesus told us not to worry about food and clothing, His emphasis was on the word worry. He didn't say, "Don't think about it." Nor did He imply, "Don't plan ahead for your needs." He said, "Don't worry."

The fact of the matter is that the Bible criticizes the lazy person who lives off the generosity of others and refuses or neglects to work for a living. The Bible says that if you don't work, you shouldn't eat (2 Thessalonians 3:10). Go get a job. Provide for yourself. The Bible even encourages us to plan for the future and learn from the example of the ant, that tiny creature that is always planning ahead (see Proverbs 6:6-8).

But there is balance here. The Bible is saying to us, "Yes, do an honest day's work and be financially responsible, but don't be obsessed with these things. Jesus said that is how nonbelievers are: "Therefore do not worry, saying, 'What shall we eat?' or 'What shall we drink?' or 'What shall we wear?' For after all these things the Gentiles seek" (Matthew 6:31-32).

Isn't that the emphasis of so many people today—what to eat, what to wear? Their whole lives revolve around materialistic goals. Jesus said this won't satisfy the deepest needs of your heart.

Don't make these things your primary purpose in life. Rather, seek God first and foremost in your life, and everything that you need will be provided for you. God will take care of you. He cares about you. He will supply all of your needs. This is a great teaching from Pastor Greg!  I hope you all have a Simply Heavenly day!   God bless you!!!  

Monday, October 20, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…




TONIGHT I PRAY that the love of God would cover and heal you in every wounded place that the enemy would try to operate through vulnerabilities! Lord, pour out your love and power over every seed planted of bitterness, indignation, wrath, and resentment from relationships that have ended in strife, anger, rejection, and separation! You are the One who binds and heals the brokenhearted. You are the One who picks me up when I fall. Let Your anointing destroy every yoke in the name of Jesus! I declare emotional healing and wholeness over you by the unconditional love and acceptance of God! MAY YOU FEEL HIS PRESENCE NOW!! Walk in the warmth of HIS LIGHT!!!! In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen.  I Love you all… God bless you!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 20, 2014.....


Pray—Don't Lose Heart  
    "Call to Me, and I will answer you, and show you great and mighty things, which you do not know." —Jeremiah 33:3 

What a remarkable verse. What a magnificent invitation! God spoke these words originally to the prophet Jeremiah when he was imprisoned by an evil king who hated his messages from the Lord. So there he was, imprisoned and with an uncertain future, and God was saying, "Call to Me. Pray to Me. I will answer you. I'll show you things beyond what you could have ever dreamed."

And He says the same thing to each of us. But He won't show us those "great and mighty things" unless we do call. In Luke 18:1 we read that Jesus "spoke a parable to them, that men always ought to pray and not lose heart." If you ever needed an answer for why you ought to pray, that is the best one right there. Jesus told you to. Beyond the simple blessing of obedience, however, those of us who pray will experience the joy and satisfaction of answered prayers — such as the salvation of a loved one, a divine healing, or God's special provision in our lives.

Prayer is God's appointed way for our obtaining things. James 4:2 says, "You do not have because you do not ask." There are potential answered prayers waiting for you . . . answers that you won't receive unless you ask for them.

Maybe you have wondered, Why is it that I never seem to know what the will of God is for my life? Again, you do not have, because you do not ask. Why is it that I never have the opportunity to lead people to Christ? You do not have because you do not ask. Why am I always just scraping by and never seem to have enough? You do not have because you do not ask. Why do I have this affliction or problem that won't go away? You do not have because you do not ask.

Let me be clear here: I am not suggesting that if you pray, you never will be sick again, never have an unpaid bill, or never wonder what God's will is for your life. But I am saying there are many times when God will indeed truly heal you, provide for you, and reveal His will to you. He's just waiting for you to ask.  I hope that you were as blessed as I am by this devotional from Pastor Greg!!!  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!   God bless you!!!  

Sunday, October 19, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…




Tonight I Pray that you realize that the Creator of the Universe loves you and He has chosen to make His humble home in your heart!!! If you are listening to Him you will hear Him whisper to you as you go through your day.  I pray that you don’t get distracted by the noises of the world and allow them to take your mind off of the holy whispering of the Lord.  Find a quiet place where you can be still and know that He is God!!!  I pray that you let Him fill you with His Love, Joy and Peace that flows from His Living Presence.  Though you are only made of dust He has designed you to be filled with heavenly contents.  When you are weak He can shine more brightly through you!!  I pray that as you go through this day that you allow Him to give you the strength that you need to make it through any tribulation that comes your way.  That the Light inside of you will shine brightly and be a beacon for the lost so that they will see you and can find their way home.  In Jesus Name I Pray, Amen and Amen!!!  I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!!  ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 19, 2014.....


Why Do We Suffer?
by Charles R. Swindoll
Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction so that we will be able to comfort those who are in any affliction with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God. For just as the sufferings of Christ are ours in abundance, so also our comfort is abundant through Christ. But if we are afflicted, it is for your comfort and salvation; or if we are comforted, it is for your comfort, which is effective in the patient enduring of the same sufferings which we also suffer;  and our hope for you is firmly grounded, knowing that as you are sharers of our sufferings, so also you are sharers of our comfort.
For we do not want you to be unaware, brethren, of our affliction which came to us in Asia, that we were burdened excessively, beyond our strength, so that we despaired even of life; indeed, we had the sentence of death within ourselves so that we would not trust in ourselves, but in God who raises the dead;  who delivered us from so great a peril of death, and will deliver us, He on whom we have set our hope. And He will yet deliver us, you also joining in helping us through your prayers, so that thanks may be given by many persons on our behalf for the favor bestowed on us through the prayers of many.  2 Corinthians 1:3-11


Of all the letters Paul wrote, 2 Corinthians is the most autobiographical. In it the great apostle lifts the veil of his private life and allows us to catch a glimpse of his human frailties and needs. You need to read that letter in one sitting to capture the moving emotion that surged through his soul. 

It is in this letter alone that he records the specifics of his anguish, tears, affliction, and satanic opposition. In this letter alone he spells out the details of his persecution, loneliness, imprisonments, beatings, feelings of despair, hunger, shipwrecks, sleepless nights, and that "thorn in the flesh"---his companion of pain. How close it makes us feel to him when we picture him as a man with real, honest-to-goodness problems . . . just like you and me! 

It is not surprising, then, that he begins the letter with words of comfort---especially verses 3 through 11 (please stop and read). 

Now then, having read those nine verses, please observe his frequent use of the term comfort in verses 3-7. I count ten times in five verses that the same root word is employed by Paul. This word is para-kaleo, meaning literally, "to call alongside." It involves more than a shallow "pat on the back" with the tired expression, "the Lord bless you . . ." No, this word involves genuine, in-depth understanding . . . deep-down compassion and sympathy. This seems especially appropriate since it says that God, our Father, is the "God of all comfort" who "comforts us in all our affliction." Our loving Father is never preoccupied or removed when we are enduring sadness and affliction! Read Hebrews 4:14-16 and Matthew 6:31-32 as further proof. 

There is yet another observation worth noting in 2 Corinthians, chapter 1. No less than three reasons are given for suffering---each one introduced with the term "that." Can you locate them? Take a pencil and circle the "that" in verses 4, 9, and 11. Quietly, without a lot of fanfare, the Holy Spirit states reasons we suffer: 

1. "That we will be able to comfort those who are in any affliction . . ." (v. 4). God allows suffering so that we might have the capacity to enter into others' sorrow and affliction. Isn't that true? If you have suffered a broken leg and been confined to crutches for weeks---you are in complete sympathy with someone else on crutches, even years after your affliction. The same is true for the loss of a child . . . emotional depression . . . an auto accident . . . undergoing unfair criticism . . . financial burdens. God gives His children the capacity to understand by bringing similar sufferings into our lives. Bruises attract one another. 

2. "That we would not trust in ourselves . . ." (v. 9). God also allows suffering so that we might learn what it means to depend on Him, not on our own strength and resources. Doesn't suffering do that? It forces us to lean on Him totally, absolutely. Over and over He reminds us of the danger of pride . . . but it frequently takes suffering to make the lesson stick. Pride is smashed most effectively when the suffering comes suddenly, surprisingly. The express trains of heaven are seldom announced by a warning bell; they dash suddenly and abruptly into the station of the soul. Perhaps that has been your experience recently. Don't resent the affliction as an intruder---welcome it as God's message to stop trusting in your flesh . . . and start leaning on Him. 

3. "That thanks may be given . . ." (v. 11). Honestly---have you said, "Thanks, Lord, for this test"? Have you finally stopped struggling and expressed to Him how much you appreciate His loving sovereignty over your life? I submit that one of the reasons our suffering is prolonged is that we take so long saying "Thank you, Lord" with an attitude of genuine appreciation. 

How unfinished and rebellious and proud and unconcerned we would be without suffering! Alan Redpath, the beloved evangelist and former pastor of Moody Bible Church in Chicago, once remarked; 

When God wants to do an impossible task, He takes an impossible individual---and crushes him. 

Here is another statement on suffering I heard years ago. I shall never forget it: 

Pain plants the flag of reality in the fortress of a rebel heart. 

May these things encourage you the next time God heats up the furnace! I hope you enjoyed this as much as I did!  I hope you have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!

Saturday, October 18, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night....


Tonight I Pray that we realize that there is nothing that can separate us from His great love.  He is always right there for us no matter how hard life has gotten.  I pray that you put all of you trust in Him as you walk with Him daily.  It is when you make the choice to choose a different trail that you take yourself out of the light of His great love!!!  I pray that as soon as you realize that you have strayed away from the path He has planned for your life that you call out to Him.  “Jesus I want you as the center of my life and I trust you with every part of my life.”  When you do this you will be back on the path with Him. For He says; “trust in me and I will make all of your paths straight.” I pray that He gives you a great hunger for His Word so that you will grow in His Will and Way for your life and never fall away or forget the promise that He has made to all of us. “ I am with you always even until the end of the age.”  Let this assurance fill you with His Peace and Joy so that you can rest in the light of His Love.  In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen… I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 18, 2014.....


Life in Two Dimensions    
    He raised us from the dead along with Christ, and seated us with him in the heavenly realms because we are united with Christ Jesus. —Ephesians 2:6 

A Christian is someone who lives in two dimensions. The apostle Paul explained it this way: "Since you have been raised to new life with Christ, set your sights on the realities of heaven, where Christ sits in the place of honor at God's right hand. Think about the things of heaven, not the things of earth" (Colossians 3:1-2, NLT).

These verses are saying that believers truly do live in a spiritual dimension — where we walk in the Spirit and know God in the Spirit. Yet as human beings, we also live and move in physical bodies here on earth. Our challenge as Christians, then, is to transfer what we have in the spiritual realm into the day-to-day ebb and flow of events in the earthly realm.

When I travel to another country and pass through its borders, I still maintain my U.S. citizenship. When I went to Israel a few years ago, although I had my passport that indicated I am an American, I had to live in their culture. As a result, there were a few things I needed to adapt to. When I needed currency, for example, I took funds from my bank in the U.S. and converted them into shekels to use in Israel. Of course, I didn't know what the exchange rate was, so on my first day there, I may have tipped someone fifty dollars to carry my bags to my room. (He was really nice to me the rest of the day.)

As Christians, we have riches, treasures, real assets waiting for us in heaven. When the Bible speaks of the heavenlies, however, we need to recognize that it is not only talking about something waiting for us in heaven after we die. It is also talking about the supernatural realm. So before we can effectively walk as believers, much less engage in spiritual battle, we need to learn about the supernatural resources God has given to us. We also need to understand they are treasures God wants us to start tapping into in the here and now, as well as in the by and by. They are provisions available to any believer who is walking with God. I hope you have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!

Friday, October 17, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night...


Tonight I pray that the Lord will bless you as you thank Him through the storms of your life.  That He will blanket you with His peace and you will become aware of His Presence in your life.  I pray that as you release your worries to Him, it will clear the way for you to seek His face unhindered.  Let Him free you from the fear hiding deep inside you. Sit quietly in His Presence and allow His warm light to soak into you and drive out all of the darkness inside you. That your thankful attitude will open the windows of heaven and His blessings will fall upon you through those openings into eternity. In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I love you all!!!  God bless you!!! ♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 17, 2014.....


Promises, Not Explanations    
    Now we see things imperfectly, like puzzling reflections in a mirror, but then we will see everything with perfect clarity. All that I know now is partial and incomplete, but then I will know everything completely, just as God now knows me completely. 
—1 Corinthians 13:12 

We all have legitimate questions: Why did this happen? Why didn't that happen? And of course, I have mine, too. But the truth is, even if we had some of the most troubling questions in our hearts answered, we wouldn't be satisfied. The answers would only raise more questions! The Bible doesn't promise us a peace that necessarily gives understanding, but it promises a peace that passes human understanding (see Philippians 4:7).

I received a letter from Warren Wiersbe, a great author and Bible teacher, after my son went to heaven. He said, "As God's children we live on promises, not on explanations. And you know as well as I do the promises of God." He went on to say, "When we arrive in heaven, we will hear the explanations, accept them, and we will say, 'May God be glorified.' "

In my time of grieving, I found myself with many questions and didn't seem to have many answers. Nevertheless, here's what I know for sure: I know my son, Christopher Laurie, is with the Lord. And I know one day all of my questions will be answered. In our opening Scripture we read, "We don't yet see things clearly. We're squinting in a fog, peering through a mist." The King James Version says, "For now we see through a glass, darkly."

It reminds me of a car with tinted windows. Someone drives by, and you're straining to look through the glass. You're saying, "Who's in there?" That's how it is for us sometimes. We try to look at heaven. We try to figure out the big questions of life. But it's hard to make it out. Maybe we see a little silhouette, but we're not even sure about that.

But one day the view will be clear to the farthest horizons, and we will see as clearly as God sees us now. Until that time, "We walk by faith, not by sight" (2 Corinthians 5:7). I hope you enjoyed this as much as I did!!!  Have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night.....




Tonight I Pray that whenever you feel distant from Jesus, whisper HIS name. For it is when you do this you are putting all of your trust in Him and this will help you to restore your awareness of His Holy Presence.  In this fallen world that we live in so many people claim to not believe in Him but use His name in cursing every day. I pray that we bless the Lord at all times; that we allow His praise to be continually on our lips, so that our souls can boast in the Lord! I pray that as we fellowship with others we will magnify the Lord and exalt His name together!!!  I pray that the Holy Spirit will move within us all and teach us that there is no fear in His Love which shines on each one of us continually.  In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I Love You All!!!  God Bless You!!!♥♥♥

Word of the Day... October 16, 2014.....


Homing Instinct    
    We are citizens of heaven, where the Lord Jesus Christ lives. And we are eagerly waiting for him to return as our Savior.   —Philippians 3:20 

An old chorus begins, "This world is not my home, I'm just a passin' through." That is literally true. The Bible says that when you put your faith in Jesus Christ, you become a citizen of heaven because that is your real home.

That is why we find ourselves with a deep-down longing for something this earth can never deliver. And that is also why we always will be a bit out of tune with this world and all it celebrates. Have you noticed? Sometimes the world will parade its toys and its so-called pleasures before you, and you'll find yourself saying, deep down in your spirit, "That just leaves me cold. That is not what I desire. That is not what I want at all." As followers of Jesus, we've tasted much, much better things than these.

C. S. Lewis described this longing with these words: "There have been times when I think we do not desire heaven; but more often I find myself wondering whether, in our heart of hearts, we have ever desired anything else." He went on to say of heaven, "It is the secret signature of each soul, the incommunicable and unappeasable want."

I liken it to a homing instinct that God has placed inside some of His creatures. We all know that some animals have a mysterious ability to migrate or travel great distances to very specific locations. It's like a natural GPS system that God has placed inside them.

One of these days we'll be going home too — home to a place we've never been. Heaven is more real to me than it has ever been because of those who are already there. My son Christopher is there, as is my mom, and the father who adopted me. Friends I have known through the years are on the other side now, and so are many familiar faces from our church.

Don't get me wrong: There is much wonder, beauty, joy, and fulfillment in this life God has given us on earth. But what makes all these things even better is the sure knowledge that the best is yet to come. I couldn’t agree more!!!  I hope you all have a Simply Heavenly day!!!  God bless you!!!

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Your Love Guard Me Through The Night.....


Your Love Guard Me Through The Night…


I pray TONIGHT that the Lord would go before you and make the crooked ways straight - that this will be a week of supernatural favor and divine intervention for you! The Lord will open doors of opportunity to show forth His goodness and magnify His glory in and through you! That He will fill you to overflowing with His Spirit.  I pray that the wind of the Holy Spirit blow His fullness into your life in Jesus’ name! Be clothed with power from on high and anointed with fresh oil!!  Expect His GREATNESS to be demonstrated in your life! In Jesus name I pray, Amen and Amen…  I Love You All!!!!  God bless you!!! ♥♥♥

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