The Promise is Ours if We Will Receive It.

Have you ever walked through a buffet line when you were extra hungry? Isn’t it hard to focus on what you want when there are so many items to choose from? You have a choice to get one large plate filled and not return for seconds, or simply get a smaller portion the first time, and return more than once to the buffet line. I have found that if I take smaller portions, I enjoy my food more, because I can focus on the one or two items that are on my plate. You can always go back for more when it’s a buffet.

I have seen people with their plates filled to overflowing and think to myself how in the world will they be able to eat everything they have on their plate! In my case, before I could eat it all, my food would more than likely get cold and unappetizing.

Reaching out in ministry in too many directions at once, without proper preparation, brings to mind, the Israelites when they were traveling in the wilderness. The manna from heaven was delivered fresh every morning, and there was plenty enough for everyone to feed their families. In every crowd, there are a few who still haven’t grasped the concept of God’s provision. They are so afraid that there will not be enough, that they try to ensure there will be, by getting extra, while it promptly spoils, because you can’t expect your way to work, if you fail to listen to what the Lord is instructing you to do.

It’s a matter of trust.

The promises of God are spread on a banquet table, untouched and waiting for us to claim  them. Why do we often hesitate to receive his promises? It is because to receive the promise, you must first learn to trust that God is a reward of those who diligently seek him. It is better to seek God first before you venture out to gather.

In the buffet line, maybe there are so many talents that I have a hard time choosing what are the best gifts for me. It’s not the quantity of gifts that will make us more effective, it’s the time we spend developing the gifts that we reach for. It is important to not grab every gift, when you go down the line, because to do so may mean that some do not get developed and fade away.

It is better to leave some gifts on the table for others, and receive the gifts that the Lord is leading you to. It may not be the greatest, in your perception, or the most dynamic of gifts, but if you take the time to seek God, he will direct you to choose the ones that will be the best gifts for you to nurture. The gifts you choose may not have even entered your mind to pursue, as you may feel unworthy, or even undeserving to take them, but my God doesn’t look at how undeserving we are, he gave his life for us, and he freely gives his gifts. Do I want to reach for it when he offers? If not, what is holding me back: fear? Doubt?

The table is filled with his blessings that will change our lives, and the Lord is offering it to us freely if we will only believe. In this week’s Lattereign, we will step out in faith and boldly,  Claim your Promise.

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Finding Peace in the Hiding PLace

“Thou are my hiding place; thou shalt preserve me from trouble; thou shalt compass me about with songs of deliverance. Selah.” (Psalm 32:7).

“For our heart shall rejoice in him, because we have trusted in his holy name. Let thy mercy, O Lord, be upon us, according as we hope in thee” (Psalm 33:21-22).

It seemed that no matter how challenging my life became when I was younger, I could always find clarity after going to my room and closing the door. It was as if closing the door meant that the situations that I was battling, would disappear. I could actually breathe deeply and regroup for the next round. My room didn’t have technology, or gadgets or fancy furniture, but it did have what I needed: a place to be myself. I could think, write, pray, rest in that room. The bible said that “no weapon formed against me would prosper,” so I held to that promise as I lived day by day.

At times I felt like I was riding on a roller coaster: I could reach the pinnacle of happiness, only to have the bottom fall out of my world and plunge me into the depths of despair in the valley. It was always so unsuspected although I found myself bracing for the next valley if I reached happiness.

I was no different than many other teenagers trying to find their way, but at the time it felt like my world would never be stable. Yet, through all of those dark times, I kept walking toward the light and hope. I found hope in the church that I was going to. I rode the church van, and for every time they braved my doorstep, I was grateful. I learned that although I couldn’t control my circumstances, I could control my response to them. I had a choice to make: defeat or victory, I chose the latter because it gave me a way up out of the valley.

Fast forward five decades, plus, and I still find refuge in my room. I am so blessed to have a space to just be myself, and I am grateful that the Lord didn’t give up on me as I was learning how to lean on him. The world has changed since that time, and so have the circumstances we are faced with on the world stage daily, yet, I still feel that separating myself from it to find clarity with the Lord is my key to being victorious in this hour.

Never underestimate the power of prayer that is given from someone who is committed to worshiping the only one who can save us: Jesus Christ. Yes, my prayers are more complicated these days, and the situations seem insurmountable at times, but one thing remains constant. In Jeremiah 32:27, the Lord asks, “Behold, I am the Lord, the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me?

We are the ones who delay our own prayers, because of unbelief. That is a battle in itself, but if we ever are able to push those thoughts aside and realize that God is all powerful and that he will supply all of our need according to his riches in glory, we will still be triumphant over the enemy.

It’s time to find a secret place to spend time with the Lord. We owe it to ourselves to wrap ourselves in his protection, so that he is able to fight our battles for us. He promises to go before us, so why don’t we allow him to do so?

In this week’s Lattereign, we are being called to prayer. Do you want to live a victorious life? You can, when you learn to hold your peace and let the Lord fight your battles. Come Unto Me Take the Time to Pray

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Sometimes You Must Just Walk by Faith

Let my light so shine as the sun in a dark world void of hope

Lord, I want to be a vessel—used by you.

Let my lips be filled with praise with my hands raised in total adoration and worship.

Let me be a vessel—used by you to bring light to those lost without you.

Help me show them the Name, the only name whereby we must be saved.

Then, Lord, break me and let me be molded by your masterful touch.

I want to be a vessel of honor, you’ve already paid the price

Let my light so shine that you might be glorified.

Not everything that we face in this life is easy. There will be times in your walk with the Lord that you will not have all of the answers, the road will be littered with rocks to slow you down, and not everyone you meet will be on board with what God is leading you to.

Sometimes living for God can be lonely as you face one obstacle after another. Today, I speak to those times. This too will pass. Remember that Jesus was led into the desert and he faced 40 days without food, being tempted of Satan and fighting against spirits that tried everything possible to cause him to fail; yet, he remained victorious because he knew how to fight with the Word.

He knew that we would also be tested in this life. The good news is he gave us the weapons to defend ourselves against it, it is called the Word of God. The bible says in Isaiah 54:17 that, “No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the Lord, and their righteousness is of me, saith the Lord.” We must stay in the word to be prepared for spiritual battle.

You don’t understand how hard it’s been living for the Lord. To that I say, Just imagine how hard it would have been if you didn’t have the Lord to fight your battles and give you direction. Our problem is that in order to survive we must be willing to give our best.

In Deuteronomy 8:3, he tells us that we are humbled. I know myself that I’m sometimes too independent for my own good, and I do everything myself without asking; but there are some things that only God can do, and even then, we must release our situations from our grasp so that the Lord can do a work. This process of humbling yourself doesn’t happen overnight, and I know that through the years, I have found myself having to do it all over again when pride built up in my life and I forgot who the deliverer was for a short season.

I admit it: I need God. I can’t do anything without him, nor do I want to go out of his will for my life. It is inside his will that I am protected, encouraged, helped, and free to move forward. Just let one storm come up and I step out from underneath his umbrella of protection, and I promise you, I will be drenched with the downpour.

We also are able to reach out to others when we are filled with hope of a future. In the midst of battle, we can lift up others. It’s amazing to me how God allows us to be strong when we are weak; why, because he is strong for us. It’s not time to back down from this journey, we hear the battle cry and it is telling us that Jesus Christ is coming back soon, and we must be ready to meet him and bring in the harvest that is still waiting to find the way to hope.

My hope is built on nothing less
Than Jesus Christ, my righteousness;
I dare not trust the sweetest frame,
But wholly lean on Jesus’ name.

On Christ, the solid Rock, I stand;
All other ground is sinking sand,
All other ground is sinking sand.

When darkness veils His lovely face,
I rest on His unchanging grace;
In every high and stormy gale,
My anchor holds within the veil.

His oath, His covenant, His blood,
Support me in the whelming flood;
When all around my soul gives way,
He then is all my hope and stay.

When He shall come with trumpet sound,
Oh, may I then in Him be found;
In Him, my righteousness, alone,
Faultless to stand before the throne.

“For I was an hungered, and ye gave me meat: I was thirsty, and ye gave me drink: I was a stranger, and ye took me in: Naked, and ye clothed me: I was sick, and ye visited me: I was in prison and ye came unto me” (Matthew 25:35-36).

In this week’s Lattereign, we learn about how God gave us the greatest technology, our mind. The Greatest Technology

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There’s a Better Way to Fight the Battle










Have you ever felt completely worn down both in spirit and in body? We are sometimes overwhelmed with obligations, responsibilities, tasks that we may want to do, and tasks that maybe we might even dread a bit that are necessary so we just do them, obligations to family, church, ministry, employer, and the list goes on and on? Let me be honest, here: I have felt that way at times, and it is a challenging thing to go through.

For example, something as routine as washing dishes can get overwhelming. Really now, how hard can it be to wash two of everything for a meal? In my head I am thinking that maybe this once I can just fill the sink with soapy water and let the dishes soak. After all, I rationalize, I am so busy and too tired to stand there to finish the dishes, so here is the way that I overcome that urge to do nothing, every time: I get up from the table, and purposely gather all of the dishes we have used and put all of the condiments back into the refrigerator. I start to empty the sink, and run the water. I put some Dawn in the sink and begin to put the dishes in. By this time I’m committed. I might as well wash the glasses, and before I realize it, every dish has been cleaned, and it didn’t take too long to accomplish it. After I wipe down the counters and the stove, I am done.

There have been times I think, I tricked myself into taking care of dishes, or William will start running the water and we end up doing dishes together. Either way it wasn’t such a terrible task.

We can either allow Satan to become a stumbling block in our lives, or we can stand behind the Lord as he goes forward before us.

It may be easier to do nothing, but the consequences of doing nothing are great.

Without acting on our faith we lose our victory, and feel defeat.

We lose our strength to keep trying because we have lost our joy or more accurately, we allowed Satan to steal our joy from us. How can we keep him from stealing our joy? by praying in the Holy Ghost. It says that the Joy of the Lord is our strength. In Isaiah 12:3, it says “…With joy shall ye draw waters from the wells of salvation.” If we want true joy and strength, it requires action on our part. We must believe that the Lord is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we could ask or think, and by faith act on our beliefs.

No longer will we settle for table scraps when the Lord has prepared a feast before us. We must reach for it. We must desire it for the Lord to bring it to pass. In this week’s Lattereign, I challenge you to expect God to do miracles in your life. What do you have to lose? Are You expecting a Miracle

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Are You Ready to Come Out of the Darkness, and be Filled With his Light?

It is the Lord’s desire that we be established in the faith and that we grow spiritually. We need to grow beyond the infant stage (milk) and begin to desire (meat) of his Word. When we begin to get an appetite for the Word, and for Truth, we are ready to dig deep into our spiritual closets and allow the Lord to cleanse and change the things that would hinder us from serving him with our whole heart. When we search out the things that aren’t pleasing to God and get them under the blood, we’ll  have revival in Jesus’ Name.

Preparing for His Presence

The more you plan; the less you stress; so stay prepared to pass the test

Pray, and when you’ve reached the end, pray. YOU will, the victory win.

It’s up to you to take control of your life, your walk with God, your goals.

If they’re in line with God’s will, he’ll carry you every step up the hill.

Enter into this present joy, today, and give the sacrifice of praise.

He’ll fill you ‘till you overflow with blessings and the Holy Ghost.

Hold your head high and rejoice evermore, for your Savior is waiting,

he is nigh the door.

Enter into his presence and you’ll be forever changed

As you reach toward heavenly places

As you learn to call on his Name.

It’s not too late to seek his face, for he desires our worship in this place.

His mercy endureth forever, and his grace does much more abound.

When we offer up praises; he loves the sound.

It is he who will establish and strengthen us

As we follow on to know him and learn to trust.

We are well able to pass the trials and tests before us,

For he gave his best, lights the way, and adores us.

“Trust in the Lord, and do good; so shalt thou dwell in the land, and verily he shalt give thee the desires of thine heart” (Psalm 37:3-4).

It’s not about us; but it’s all about him and his purpose for our lives is for us to worship him in spirit and in truth.

In this week’s Lattereign, we challenge you to trust God for It’s time to shine in the darkness.

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Resting in the Secret Place

It is probably one of the most neglected parts of our lives, rest. We tend to go at breakneck speed to the next hurdle we want to jump only to arrive still exhausted without even realizing why, or celebrating the small victories along the way. I saw an advertisement once that had different people who were so involved in texting or surfing that they would step off the curb into oncoming traffic, fall into the fountain, or barely miss a manhole cover that was off. People have more connection with their latest tweet or post than they do with the ones who are sitting right across from them at the table. I challenge you to spend time together.

We look at all the wonders of the world through the lenses of our cameras, and miss the greater picture. Nature is breathtaking, yet, we catch only a frame of what could be engraved on our memories forever. I’m all for taking pictures to capture moments and people in our lives, but I challenge you to take your picture then put your camera or other devices away and just be in the moment. It is about rest, and really being with the ones you love.

I don’t know about you, but it is exhausting trying to do everything without resting in the secret place and listening for direction. Where is a place that you may find peace and clarity in all of life’s confusing circumstances? It is in his presence. I know that you may be thinking that I don’t understand how busy you are. There’s not enough time to wait on God or pray before I start my day, and by the time I get home, I’m just too tired because I have xyz to do still.  The demands on my time and attention are overwhelming, yet you’re saying that I have to take the time to rest in his presence?

To that I will say that, “Thou wilt shew me the path of life: in thy presence is fulness of joy; at thy right hand there are pleasures for evermore” (Psalm 16:11). We can’t afford to wear ourselves out without finding a place to rest in his presence. It is there that we will find peace and restoration. Isn’t it time?

In this week’s, Lattereign, we learn that our place is Resting in the Secret Place  and abiding under the shadow of the Almighty.

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Do you Really Want to be Free?

tomato fruit1There is a story about a child who decided to run away from home. He was very young, maybe 5 or 6. He lived in the city, so he had packed a small backpack, and slammed the door as he got on his tricycle and started pedaling. He was determined that this was it, and he was never going to come back. He went around the block a few times until it became quite amusing. A neighbor was sitting on his porch, and after about the fourth time the little boy passed his house as he was going around the block, he stopped him and asked him what he was doing. The little boy explained in angry tears, “I’m just running away.” Curious, the neighbor said, “are you lost? You have passed by my porch four times.” The little boy looked up at him, and said, “No, sir, I’m not lost; I’m just not allowed to cross the street.”

How often do we pedal around the block in our lives and never take a step of faith to break out of our comfort zone? We are filled with determination, zeal, and maybe even enthusiasm about venturing into a new phase of our ministry, but it never goes beyond that stage, because we have convinced ourselves that we’re not allowed to cross the street. We set up roadblocks called fear of the unknown, and what little mustard seed of faith that we had begins to wither before it has had a chance to be nurtured and take root in good soil.

It doesn’t take long to put your desires in the back of your closet, and continually pile more pressing demands on the top of it until it is so buried that it’s forgotten. Wait. I pray that the Lord will bring those things to my remembrance. We self-criticize and agonize over what might have been if we had the courage to take that step of faith, and of course the enemy tells us that we are failures for even considering the possibilities of resurrecting those things that the Lord has spoken into our hearts.

Consider this: When a seed is planted in the earth it doesn’t grow to maturity immediately. There is often weeks or even months before you may start seeing signs of life. Do you think that the seeds that you planted are just dead until the day they become mature plants? No. That seed although hidden, is very much alive and growing. Often we expect instant results from our prayers, when the Lord knows that there is a time of preparation needed if that seed is going to thrive.

I would go on to say if you want to see your ministry thrive, it takes prayer, planning, and time waiting on God to prepare the field and get it ready for the harvest. You will not see results immediately for anything that you put your hand to. The Lord desires that you be faithful and that you learn to, “Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.  In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths (Proverbs 3:5-6).

I will never fully understand why some things that I have desired to do in my life are still in the hidden stage, while others have manifested into something tangible. So, as long as I keep moving forward and doing the will of God for my life to the best of my ability, I will let the rest of my desires rest in his care until such time that he says they are ready to spring forth into life.

It is worth the wait. We must learn to walk with God, and not get too far ahead of his direction. He has prepared the way, and he desires that we walk in it. Why? Because he knows the obstacles that we must go through to find victory. Unless you follow the path you’ll never reach your destination.

In this week’s Lattereign, I admonish you that  When it’s hopeless hold on to hope.

Do we really want to be free? Freedom comes with submitting ourselves to the Lord, and learning to lean on him. We have this assurance, “And he said unto me, My grace is sufficient for thee: for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me” (2 Corinthians 12:9).

Have faith in God.

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Are You Ready to Open the Door?


“I know thy works, behold I have set before thee an open door, and no man can shut it” (Revelation 3:8). “Behold I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him and will sup with him and he with me” (Revelation 3:20). Note that in Revelation 3:8 the door is open and by verse 20 the Lord stands at a door and knocks. He desires that we open the door.

We must have an open heart to receive the provision and build a relationship with God. He is always at the door no matter whether we choose to let him in or refuse to be in his presence. Being in God’s presence requires us to be committed to love, repentance, and worship and although the Lord will never leave us nor forsake us it is our responsibility to open the door and allow the Lord to sup with us. He longs to reach into the depths of our Spirit and shine his light.

Before a door can be opened it’s required that we turn the doorknob. In our walk with God, we are required to repent and turn our lives around as the Lord examines our heart with his spotlight. He sees the dark corners and knows that no matter how deeply he must search that if enough of his light enters into your room it will be illuminated. Not everything revealed by his light will be beautiful and the ugliness of sin must be purged before we can truly have the door opened wide.

It is required that when we allow God to open the door that we must be willing to go through it and step out in faith to believe and accept the unconditional love that the Lord wants to show to us. If we keep ourselves hidden in the dark, nothing will change. We will be in the dark along with our bitter spirit, hopeless ambitions and empty dreams. Why do people continue to wallow in the dark room of their spirit when the Lord is standing at the door knocking? If you are open to God, your liberty is only one door knob turn away and the door can only be opened from the inside of your heart.

Behold, I stand at the door, and knock: if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him and will sup with him and he with me. To him that overcometh will I grant to sit with me in my throne, even as I also overcame, and am set down with my Father in his throne” (Revelation 3:20-21).

The doors that we choose to open, holds the victories that the Lord will refuse to withhold.

In this week’s Lattereign, we learn that Giving thanks Never Goes out of Style.

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Father’s Day: (The Bike and the Man who Wouldn’t Let his Little Girl Quit)

“Rejoice not against me, O mine enemy: when I fall, I shall arise; when I sit in darkness, the Lord shall be a light unto me. I will bear the indignation of the Lord, because I have sinned against him, until he plead my cause, and execute judgment for me: he will bring forth to the light, and I shall behold his righteousness” (Micah 7:8-9).

When I was growing up, my enemy was my bicycle. Okay, I know that having a bicycle should not give me that feeling, but you don’t understand. After I had drooled every time I even thought about having a bike, and I had longed for it for over a year, I finally got one for my birthday. You would think that I would have been more grateful, and I was, until that first time I tried to ride it in the backyard.

I started out fine, and even was able to get up some speed and soar through the air with the wind blowing through my long auburn hair, but then, the oak tree root and loose dirt met my tire and I did soar: over the handle bars and flat on my back on the ground, and the handle bar fell on my neck. My prideful wounded self, got up, dusted myself off and got back on to try again. Not! I stomped my way to the back porch steps and sat down beside my daddy.

Daddy was quiet and gave me some time to compose myself, then he asked me a simple question: are you ready to get back on, now? Hot tears fell down my cheeks and I whispered a sobbing, no, my neck hurts, Daddy. We sat in silence a little longer. After what seemed a lifetime, my daddy asked me, aren’t you ready to try to get on it, again. I won’t make you get on it, you can park the bike under the shelter, or you can give it to someone else, but I wish you would try again.

Another long stretch of silence, and by that time I felt peace. Okay, Daddy, I’ll try it just for you.

Gone were my previous fears that I would fail at learning to ride that bike without any training wheels. It was replaced with the desire to make my daddy happy because he had saved up for over a year to get that bike. He kept it at his mechanic shop, gave it a fresh coat of paint, and rebuilt it from top to bottom. I could finally be like other kids my age. I could finally fit in. I don’t even know now why it was so important to fit in, because I already had my daddy’s approval and adoration. He kept me safe from all that may harm me, and no one could have loved me more in his own way.

After that day, I never fell off of the bike again. When I needed to learn to respect things, he taught me how. The bike had gotten a flat tire and I needed to get it patched. Daddy wasn’t moving fast enough for me, so I decided to help him out. I rolled the bike to the service station and got it patched.

What I thought was a good thing, became a lesson in obedience, because I disobeyed my daddy. As a consequence, he took the wheel off of the bike, and didn’t allow me to ride it for a long time. I learned obedience and how to wait. It was so long that I almost had lost interest in the bike.

I never complained about it, but knew that my disobedience had disappointed him, and I was willing to wait as long as it took. He fixed it on my birthday. That day I felt grateful and fully forgiven. The damage had been repaired in our relationship and in my bike.

Today is Father’s Day, and if he was alive, we would have carrot cake, and laugh about the beautiful bike and the little girl who learned how to not quit. It is important to remember those life lessons that shape us to be the best we can be.

I give honor to the men of God who pour so much into our young people, so they too can learn. In this week’s Lattereign, we learn more about Raising up spiritual leaders.

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All Things Work Together for Good

“The secret things belong unto the Lord our God: but those things which are revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we may do all the words of this law” (Deuteronomy 29:29). “Keep therefore the words of this covenant, and do them, that ye may prosper in all that ye do” (Proverbs 29:9).

God’s got a secret? Absolutely. He chooses when and if he’ll reveal things to us. I used to think that I was the only one who ever questioned God, that is, until I picked up my Bible and started to search the scriptures. Since the beginning of time, mankind has questioned God’s motives, plans, and his will. I never will be able to figure out God’s complete purpose for my life.

It takes a daily walk to move with God’s Spirit and to be a blessing to others. I’m willing to do that, but at the same time, I try to explain my actions to others and that’s where I have difficulty sometimes, because it’s hard to explain something that you don’t understand yourself. For example, I know where God brought me to and the bondage that he delivered me from, and if I were God; I don’t think that I could be as merciful as he has been towards me.

Why is it that I have such a hard time forgiving myself or expecting that the Lord wants to bless me just as much as he wants to bless any other of his people? He doesn’t see us the same way that we see ourselves. We’re looking at our past through a narrow vision; while Jesus sees us through his precious blood that was shed at Calvary. I like his vantage point much better because it gives us a better view of everlasting life. While we’re critical of our own imperfections; God sees us as the repaired vessels that he has fashioned for his purpose. We are fearfully and wonderfully made. If God in his omnipotent power sees us only through his blood; then, why can’t I trust him to know that I’m redeemed—thoroughly cleansed from the sin that I was born into?

What a blessing to have a Savior who loves us so much that he’d be willing to die for us. I’m more than ever convinced that I am blessed. Sometimes I consider how awesome God is and I can’t figure out how he is able to bless us when all that we do is criticize and complain—but that’s okay—because he is God. All is well in the blessed realm of God’s love. So many times I am amazed of how the Lord reveals his secrets to us as he wills. Just when we think that it can’t get any better than this, living for God, he sheds some light on a new purpose, or I should say a continuation of an old purpose.

“See, I have set before thee this day life and good, and death and evil; In that I command thee this day to love the Lord thy God, to walk in his ways, and to keep his commandments, and his statutes, and his judgments, that thou mayest live and multiply: and the Lord thy God shall bless thee in the land whither thou goest to possess it” (Deuteronomy 30:15-16).

I know that he’s able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think; and once again, he’s gone far beyond my expectations. Thank you, Lord, for being my friend and a help to me. I don’t deserve it, but yes, I am blessed.

It isn’t up to me to know everything. Deuteronomy clearly tells us that if it’s secret, it belongs to God. God has given us the things that are revealed for our inheritance, and he promises if we’ll keep the law; that we’ll prosper in all that we do.  It’s time for God’s people to prosper. We’ve waited on the Lord for such a long time and now that he’s bringing his perfect will to pass, we mustn’t stop moving in the direction that’ll lead us to live in eternal security. We have to keep on praying, working, and doing God’s will; if we expect God to give us a revelation of his word.

We have an open door and God’s promise; who could ask for anything more? In this week’s Lattereign we look at how All things work together for good.

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