highway to holiness

We each are on a journey in this life as though traveling on a highway. Each one of our decisions direct us on this highway that ultimately leads us to our final destination, eternity. We need to choose wisely as each decision really does matter. Our most important decision is, what will we do with Jesus. Eternity, Eternity.....where will you spend eternity and what will you do with Jesus! Travel Wisely!

July 30, 2013

From a Whisper to a Roar!

July 29, 2013



“There’s a whisper that’s about to change into a roar, it’s the Lion of Judah, that’s soon coming in Spirit, to awaken all those who sleep and all those who have tried to ignore the voice of the Most High God.


This roar will come with a shout of victory.

This voice will resound within the barrenness of the human heart and it will produce life for those that are a walking, dead believer.


The hollowness will depart and a true genuine move of My Spirit will produce a healthy, living, breathing man that is no longer dry, dead bones.


The mountains of despair, hopelessness and loneliness within lives will leave, and a true healthy body will spring forth, giving life to others that are in a deep, dark place.


No longer will there be a dry and thirsty land, but the Springs of Living water will flow and those who are needy will come and drink deeply of this River of Life, which is the Word of God.


Hardness of the soil within man’s heart will be tilled up and will produce a fullness, a bountiful harvest of blessing of the Spirit.


No other day or time can compare to what is about to happen on the planet.  A true miraculous harvest of souls, and then The End will come.


Be watching.  Be waiting.  Be praying.


This is an awakening that will come like a tsunami; and powerful, magnificent things in the Spirit realm will transpire.


Multitudes, Multitudes will see the Lord and bask in His presence. 

There is no power of man that can start or stop this mighty move of God, that is almost here.


Arise the hour has come for you to be drawn by the power of the most High God. 


Rejoice! You were created for this!!!!

March 11, 2013

Sin Conscience~

To  live with a sin conscience is always being aware of our sin and of those that are sinning around us.  When our mind is consumed with a constant awareness of sin, it is difficult to accept and live in the freedom of God's grace. 

 God's plan wasn't for us to be ever conscience of our sins, but instead, to be set free from the bondage of sin. He desires for us to renew our mind and to be ever conscience of this gift of grace that covers all our sin.

Understanding this great exchange of our sin for this unlimited gift of grace, will create a deep appreciation and love for our Savior.  We no longer are consumed by sin conscience, but now live in an awareness of this gift of AMAZING GRACE, and we now are consumed with the love of Christ.  This truly is the "great exchange".

February 26, 2013

Spiritual Adultery

Both believers and unbelievers have this place in the soul man that is broken and crying out to God to be made whole.  Often this "crying out"  is displayed through behavior of a negative emotion, so this crying out  gets mislabeled as a "problem that needs to be dealt with".

Our negative emotion will either drive us into a of  place seeking out the deeper things of God or it will drive us into looking for a replacement to our God. Causing us to look for someone or something to fix or dull this negative emotion within.  Could it be, as a believer, if we choose a replacement God, we are committing Spiritual Adultery.

We'll look to outside means like drugs, alcohol, sex, entertainment, relationships, eating disorders, etc. all of which are trying to dull or mask the affect of this negative emotion.  But this can turn on us and create a secondary problem of addiction, which becomes a monster that will control our life.

Or we can stuff this emotion, and deny it's existence, limping along in life, living broken on the inside, a life without victory.

Despair, anger, sadness, fear, shame, jealously are all negative emotions that "church culture" looks down on and tells us to "stop" these behaviors.  Negative emotions can be a wonderful thing if we use it to propel us into the deeper things of God.

But often we try to train our self to have "good christian behavior".  Such as; if one has a problem with anger, he can train himself to no longer display this anger. This is a discipline that man can possess denying the need for God.   When we say, "God I've got this one" I'll fix my own problem, then our behaviour will no longer display itself in anger but now mutates into something deeper and more insidious, feeding into a prideful, religious spirit, because we have attained this through relying on our self and ignoring our need of God.  We've denied our self an encounter with God to do a "life changing" work within us that will not only heal our brokenness, but has the power to turn despair and hopelessness into a miracle of gratitude and worship.

Any time we try to fix an internal problem with an external thing, or when we fix our problem with self made determination, denying help from God, we have committed spiritual adultery.

All our unmet emotional desires point to a hunger for God to bring restoration, healing, a wholeness to our life that only He can fulfill.  God is relational, He doesn't want us to deny our problems but instead bring them to Him and engage in honest conversation, recognizing our need of His restorative work in our life.

Culture says, we have a right to be happy and if you're not happy, then find a quick fix to meet that need, when actually it's our soul man once again calling out to God.
Do we recognize this calling out, or are we too busy trying to find "our next fix"?

February 18, 2013

I AM that GOD!

I am the God of the miraculous, the unbelievable and the unexplainable.

I am the builder of the broken walls.
I am the healer of the wounded.
I am the God of restoration.
I am that God.

I am not the God of  "maybe He will", no I am the God who DOES the miraculous. I am that God.

I am the God that makes all things new.
I am the God who causes the lame to dance, and the mute to sing.
I am the God who does what no man can do.
The God that does the miraculous.
Yes, I am that God.

February 12, 2013


We're on the home stretch of this journey.
But truthfully, it's difficult to say exactly where we are in the timeline of these last days. 
We see the signs that indicate "the day" is fast approaching.....

So here we are prepping for the end, but are we still engaged in this life and in the lives of others.  Or are we just waiting it out. 
It seems that it's easier to live by the old saying " us four and no more" and close off the world and hope for the best.

But we're called to live in this world and make disciples.  This can only happen as we're involved in others lives.  Living outside of the boundaries that the enemy tries to create, attempting to keep us shackled in.  His plan is to keep us in isolation, creating a sense that it's impossible to reach out to others.

Now, possibly more than ever, we need to be people that are involved in helping others find the source of our hope.
We need to be ever vigilant, working for Him now, as Christ says "there is coming a day when no man will work".
Will we work for Him today?

February 6, 2013

His Children

Sometimes it feels like God is treating us like the children that we are.  His Children. Asking us to "use our words" to speak out His greatness, to offer Him praise, to rejoice.

"He says it's a choice to rejoice.  And there's not a lot of rejoicing going on here. 
I don't want you to rejoice because of your circumstances, whether it's good or bad.
No, I want you to rejoice because of who I am and who I am in you."

Our circumstances are not the reason for rejoicing.  If that were the case, our rejoicing would depend on our feelings, we would be the ones determining if God, the Almighty One, is worthy of our praise in that day.
Scripture says to rejoice in the Lord always.  We are people of the Spirit, walking by faith and not by what's happening around us; therefore, we are driven by this great love of our Father and who He is. That should supersede our feelings.
We're not to be fickle in our relationship with the Father.  But to be people of substance and mirror His image in our life.  He is never changing, the same yesterday, today and forever.

Let's remember what God is saying, we don't rejoice because of the circumstance whether it's something good or something bad, but we rejoice because of who He is and who He is in our life.
He is worthy, this will never change. 

January 26, 2013

"on strike" with God.

Have you ever tried to go "on strike" with God.
Maybe that's too strong of language for some.
Have you ever been mad at God?
Maybe for some, that's still to strong.
Have you ever thought "where is the justice" "this isn't right" "this isn't fair".

God understands, after all, He created us as emotional beings and not robots.  He understands that our frustration comes out of our brokenness. God understands us.
Just because He understands us, does not give permission or is an acceptable behavior to pattern our life after.

This is the beauty of God, even with our "temper tantrums' or our questions of right or wrong. He still loves us. He still longs for us to engage in conversation with Him.  He doesn't mind if we let it all out.

But after we've been allowed to holler and question, He wants to have "His time" to speak.

And when He speaks, He gently says, "let's talk about your anger towards Me.  He doesn't take us out back and discipline us for our emotions.  Instead, He loving says, now that you know I won't be controlled by you and your emotions; and you understand I will not be manipulated by your silence towards Me, I am still God and My love for you hasn't changed.  I'm the same God that loved you before your "tantrum" I loved you through your anger and I will still keep loving you.

But, let's get this straight, I AM GOD and YOU ARE NOT.  And once you understand this proper order, you will never be angry with Me again.
He continues " a believer that gets angry with Me, is one that has a religious mind set and  thinks they can control My Spirit or manipulate Me.  But once you understand and establish within your heart that I AM GOD and I will not be manipulated or controlled by good or bad behavior, you will never be angry with Me again.


January 24, 2013


Crazy Love is the love that God has for us. His love wasn't cautious but extravagant.  We didn't earn this unrelenting love of the Father.  Long before the very foundations of the earth were laid, He had us on His mind, His focus was on us. This love, that He has for us, is marked by giving, not getting. That's why He gave His Son for us, to free us from the bondage of sin. This is some Crazy Love.

Are we reciprocating with this same type of  love.  We learn this life of love as we take our lead from the Father.  He said, if we love Him we will love others.

Do we love God and others with this organic love from the Father, or is it a man made love.  Man made love is fickle, it loves those who can give us something in return.

This immense love of the Father, is something birthed within a man's Spirit.  It's a love that will cause one to love beyond self and what we can gain out of it.  That's how Christ loved us.  He didn't love in order to get something from us, but to give everything of himself to us.  Now THAT'S LOVE.
This love is a duplication of the heart of the Father, it's imprinted into our very being. When we have been stamped by the love of our Father it will cause us to love God and to love others even the unlovely.
As we live a life of love marked by giving and not getting, we will be known as followers of Christ....by our CRAZY LOVE.

January 23, 2013

Some Things Never Change.

Are you one of many, experiencing a collision of two worlds; the spirit world and the natural world.  It happens when life circumstances are out of control. when our world has come undone and our mind is unable to find the answers or make sense of this life.  The WHY question is loud and the follow up question of, WHAT is GOING ON is louder.
There are times when our mind can't reconcile or comprehend, the circumstances of  life.  Our natural mind will try to make sense of it, trying to resolve it, but in this place, if we choose to linger here, our mind will get stuck.  And the innocence of our questioning, can slip into a place of doubting; as our mind can't resolve these difficulties.  The deceiver is quick to come with scripture, just as he did with Jesus. But our example is Christ, He returned His answer with scripture.

There are some things that never change. 
The enemy is out to deceive us.
And that God is always for us.
Scripture makes it very clear that we are not an equal to God, therefore; we will never comprehend who He is and His ways.
He has the big picture of life while our knowledge is so very limited in this world, and our vision of what we think "should be right' in life is skewed by our desires.
We will never find scripture that lines up with "live by our feelings and emotions, or to live by what we think should be right, according to our own understanding.
Quite the opposite is true.  We're called to live by faith.  Faith is unseen and often with out feeling.
We're told to lean not to our own understanding.
God desires us to abandon our natural thinking because "reasoning" and "trusting" cannot live in the same space.
Christ did say, in this life we will have trouble, but take heart, because He has overcome this world.  While we live on this earth, we may not see the benefit to our present day situation.  But, thank God, we have the hope of a better day as this earth is not our home; and one day we will see our great reward, it will be worth it all.

"Do you trust Me, only when life circumstances are going your way? Will you trust Me, even in the difficult places that are messy and never what you would choose.  I don't change, I am still your God during the good days and the bad days.  I am right by your side, in this imperfect world, I have not abandon you.  I am forever leading you and guiding you.  I am your protector, I am your strong tower, I am your comfort and I am with you. Do NOT be AFRAID.  I am your GOD.  TRUST ME."

January 19, 2013


How do we reconcile this verse "it's the kindness of God that leads man to repentance", when anything but kindness seems to be our current life circumstance.  When our life has hit a difficult place that doesn't make sense to our religious mindset. The tone changes, 'this can't be of God.'  And when disaster strikes, our first response is "this is of the enemy".
We're quick to make a judgment call on whether something is of God or not, if it doesn't fit into the guidelines of what we think the kindness or goodness of God should be.

Could it be in our difficulties, that God is actually giving us a greater opportunity to see who He really is, repositioning things to create a benefit for us that isn't yet within our sight.

The life of Joseph is an example of one taken out of comfort into a life of chaos and great distress.  He's thrown into a pit, then sold into slavery, with the situation going from bad to worse as he was falsely accused, ultimately sending him to prison.  From man's perspective, this has the signature of the enemy all over it. Yet, his final destination positioned him in a place of authority over the entire land of Egypt. So now we see the outcome was for good and not evil.

Once again, we are reminded, this life is not our own. We were bought with a great price and He will fulfill all that He has for us to accomplish while living this life on earth.  It truly is a walk of faith and not sight.  He says, it won't be according to our understanding or what makes sense to us, how we see it from our perspective, or how it makes us feel.

So God's kindness is intended to turn us from our sin.  God's kindness is intended to change our mind and our inner man to accept God's will for our life.  Therefore, we may not recognize the kindness of God operating in our life.  But, remember this, He is working ALL things for our good.

And in this place, we accept His kindness, and our heart's response is, 'God, I trust you'.