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Mastering The Moment

2014-09-21 13.20.19The greatest failure of a person may well be to miss out on “the moment”.

What moment? Well, maybe any moment. Just because it is not fun does not mean it does not have value. I understand that sickness and death are not fun. But, in the midst of those I learned compassion. To exercise grace. (As a believer I do not think either of those “moments” are necessary!) The normal routine is to wriggle out of pain or discomfort. But where are you wriggling to? Sometimes we must incur “pain” to arrive at gain. Continue reading Mastering The Moment

Believe…in a moment

preachingatvillageBelieve…in a moment.

At 12:30 I awoke with those words thundering through my mind. (I am sure I had more revelation about it on some levels as well.) But I heard those words.

Before I wrote them down, I thought they could mean, to believe in a moment or a period of time. Or they could speak of deferred belief. (Punctuation is critical, perhaps.) But as I digested it, I realized it meant, I can believe right here, right now. In this very moment of time, this space, I can believe. I do not faith for tomorrow, but I need now! Continue reading Believe…in a moment

Shelf Life-Sometimes The Best Things In Life Are But For A Season.

Just a thought?
Just a thought?

For a long time I have said there is a shelf life to things like music, prophecy, beliefs even. The things that are eternal have no shelf life. (By the way “shelf life” simply means that the season of anointing, of grace, of glory has lifted or expired.) The things of legacy, timeless. We cannot live in the past. (Though we must look back in the past to the cross to see our place now. I do not want old slower computers or heavy TV’s or no cell phone.) Continue reading Shelf Life-Sometimes The Best Things In Life Are But For A Season.