Category: Fruit That Remains

  • Fruit that Remains: Excerpts from my journals that nourished me and might encourage you, too!

    While in my daily devotions this morning, the Holy Spirit brought this phrase to my mind: “Do not make the Word of God of no effect.” Yikes! What does that mean?? I knew I had learned that Scripture from the Bible and that Jesus had said it, but I couldn’t recall where or to whom […]

  • Fruit that Remains: Excerpts from my journals that nourished me and might encourage you, too!

      I can’t take it anymore! I’m so overwhelmed I feel like I’m going to have a breakdown! Have you every felt like that? I have – many times! On one such occasion, I had been trying to make everything work in my own strength but I was in a season where there were too […]

  • Do it like Daniel: Dedicated prayer brings discernment and answers

    Sometimes when I’m reading the Bible, I am prompted to write out the scripture as a prayer or a declaration for myself or for someone else. Other times, what I have read prompts me to write a prayer of dedication as I did in the journal excerpt below. As I am reading in Daniel chapter […]

  • Fruit That Remains: Excerpts from my journals that nourished me and might encourage you, too!

      I live to hear the voice of the Lord. There is absolutely nothing more empowering, uplifting and life-changing for me than hearing the Father, our Creator, our Redeemer talk to me personally about what I am going through.  I yearn to hear His perspective on the external and internal struggles I’m facing and about […]

  • Fruit That Remains: Excerpts from my journals that nourished me and might encourage you, too!

    Fruits That Remains: Lessons from my journals. These are excerpts from journals over the years.  Some are more current than others. I love going back into my journals because I always get refreshed and re-learn the lessons that the Lord has taught me and that I have faithfully scribed. Strategies for spiritual warfare and for staying […]

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