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Greater is He that is in You

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Rebecka Walter

Not long ago, I had discovered that Jesus occasionally speaks to me through vivid dreams. Initially, I was unaware of the power and prophetic insight each dream contained until its messages started to become reality.

I once dreamt that I was involved in an accident, and extensive injuries had caused my death. I was elated to finally meet Jesus face to face and live with Him forever. But as I lay there dying, Jesus never appeared. I called out to Him in despiration, “Jesus, where are you?! I want to come home. Why can’t I see you?” He replied, “I’m not letting you leave earth yet. You have work to do.” I reentered my body and healed from the horrific trauma that ensued.

Prior to this encounter with Jesus, my mother and I were engaging in conversation. “I don’t understand why certain people experience more hardship than others,”…

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What Time Are You Living in?

Women in the Waiting

Image result for past present and futureWe are supposed to forget what is behind us, live in the now, and look toward our future. But, how often do we find ourselves living in the past, looking at the now, and forgetting we have a future? Yes, we live in past hurts, past failures, and past disappointments. You are not there any more so why do you keep living in it? We look at our present finances, our present understanding, and our present spirituality. Stop looking at where you are now, it is only temporary. We forget we have a future destiny, future relationships, and future blessings. These are things to come so, you should always be hopeful and full of faith that things will get better. Lord, help us to change our perspective and put everything in its rightful place, in our lives. Whether it was our past, is our present, or will be our future-…

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Changes

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GravesMost of us don’t like changes in our lives. Unfortunately, without change, there can be no growth. Jacob had to learn this lesson as he traveled through the wilderness.

Then they moved on from Bethel. While they were still some distance from Ephrath, Rachel began to give birth and had great difficulty. And as she was having great difficulty in childbirth, the midwife said to her, “Don’t be afraid, for you have another son.” As she breathed her last – for she was dying – she named her son Ben-Oni. But his father named him Benjamin.
Genesis 35:16-18

Change is never easy. I wish it were. Sometimes it’s like we’re dying to ourselves. Psychologists say that when change takes place there’s a grieving process that we must go through.

We can’t stop change from happening. The only thing we have control over is our attitude. It’s how we deal with…

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