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Peace in the Waiting

Peace in the Waiting

September 15, 2018   Comments

HEAR ME. How can she enter the battlefield without instructions from her commander? Far too often she jumped in without seeking the Lord first. Far too many times she trusted the wisdom of the world over hearing the voice of God. This will not be one of those times. She will …

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God Calls Her His Own!

God Calls Her His Own!

September 08, 2018   Comments

Nothing good comes from looking into darkness. The woman warrior for Christ will not allow the enemy to lure her into the pit—where past failures mock, rejection looms and temptation deceives. Why would she want to play in the sewer of sin and shame when the beauty of the …

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God's Got This

God's Got This

September 01, 2018   Comments

“I left it on the altar,” she said. “I’m trusting God with it,” she said. “I’m not worried—it’s in God’s hands,” she said. Over and over, she spoke the words, wishing they were true. The days of “wishing” are over.

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Time to Rest!

Time to Rest!

August 25, 2018   Comments

This is not the time to struggle! The Holy Spirit speaks REST to her soul. The woman warrior for Christ has fought many a battle … prayer and praise are her weapons of choice. With her heart and her words…

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READY OR NOT

READY OR NOT

August 22, 2018   Comments

Several months ago, I stood in the security checkpoint at a small airport. The passengers moved about, grabbing gray bins and tossing in shoes and carry-on items.

A man in front of me stopped in midstream and groaned in agony. “No!” His briefcase lay open. He stared into it as if gazing into a bottomless pit.

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Where is Her JOY?

Where is Her JOY?

August 18, 2018   Comments

Her joy is not found in a fleeting feeling, but an inner knowing of the ONE who holds her in the palm of HIS hand. The woman warrior for Christ has learned … while there may be days of dryness and yes, even

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The Ministry of Listening

The Ministry of Listening

July 18, 2018   Comments

It was a busy day at our regional airport. I sat alone and checked messages on my mobile phone. Like many people at the airport, I become temporarily invisible—sitting one seat away from a total stranger yet nonexistent except in my own world.

This day, however, the Lord had different plans.

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Addicted to Worry

Addicted to Worry

June 25, 2018   Comments

If worry can be an addiction then several of my family members are addicts. I’ve heard more than one relative say something like, “If I didn’t have anything to worry about, I’d invent something.” If you suffer from chronic worrying, then know that you’re not walking in God’s best for your life. Michel de Montaigne, a philosopher of the French Renaissance, once said, “My life has been full of terrible misfortunes…

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Emotionally FREE!

Emotionally FREE!

May 17, 2018   Comments

Even old injuries that appear healed on the surface may have hidden scar tissue that impede normal movement and cause discomfort in day-to-day life. What hidden injuries are binding you? What secret scars are keeping you from a normal life—a life where you walk FREE in Christ Jesus?

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Who Can Know?

Who Can Know?

April 11, 2018   Comments

Tragedy never makes sense. Several years ago, my cousin sat watching television when the reporter began speaking about a double homicide. The house in the clip belonged to her daughter and son-in-law. She fell apart. Investigators soon learned…

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Guarding Your Thoughts

Guarding Your Thoughts

March 17, 2018   Comments

You are not a victim of your thoughts! The battle is in your mind, but the battle is not FOR your mind! If you are a child of God, you have the mind of Christ. The enemy of your soul can’t take control of your thoughts. You are …

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Fragile – Handle With Care

Fragile – Handle With Care

January 14, 2018   Comments

It will probably not surprise you to know that the #1 New Year’s Resolution is to lose weight. According to various surveys, only 1 in 10 people will make it past March before returning to their old habits. While there is nothing wrong with striving to live a healthier lifestyle, what if we looked inward this year and made our focus on …

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What Are You Teaching Me, God?

What Are You Teaching Me, God?

November 19, 2017   Comments

People are not always who they seem. When I first met Louise, I thought she would be a tender elderly woman who would nurture me in the new area I felt God was moving me. I needed skill in public speaking and joined an organization that was supposed to help. She seemed like a great mentor. All you had to do was look at the twinkle in her eyes and …

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The Purpose Behind Your Purpose

The Purpose Behind Your Purpose

October 15, 2017   Comments

Why are you here? As a child of God, it is a normal question to ponder. While it would be great if you received a detailed map at birth, charting your life’s path and purpose, that is not God’s design. After all, this is a walk of faith. And, at some point…

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How NOT to Walk in Humility

How NOT to Walk in Humility

September 10, 2017   Comments

Please do not tell me God does not have a sense of humor. I have experienced it on more than one occasion. Even in His humor, however, there are lessons to be learned, and that is exactly what happened …

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Breaking the Strings

Breaking the Strings

August 13, 2017   Comments

Manipulation may come in a pretty package—with gifts, bows, flattering lips, and smiles—but it is dark and sinister at its core. So, how can you know if you’re being manipulated? And, how can you put a stop to it?

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A Word in Due Season

A Word in Due Season

July 16, 2017   Comments

Where was the Lord? I needed to hear from Him! I can still remember telling a friend that I was troubled because of the delay. God spoke through her that day and completely altered my heart and mind with just a few words…

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Abba, Father!

Abba, Father!

June 18, 2017   Comments

“I’m a grown woman with children of my own,” Tonya said, annoyed at herself. “You would think I would be okay. But, it still hurts.” She grew up close to her father but when he remarried, that closeness ended. Now, she rarely speaks …

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Keep Skating - Grace to Get Back Up!

Keep Skating - Grace to Get Back Up!

May 15, 2017   Comments

There was a time in my early Christian walk when I found myself irritated at the pastor where I went to church. My husband and I were young in the Lord and far from the most congenial people in the congregation. In my anger at something he said, I stood up defiantly during his sermon and walked out the church doors, never intending to return.

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Hidden Treasure!

Hidden Treasure!

April 23, 2017   Comments

It was an exciting story that made local news in Missouri, Texas several years ago. A man purchased a marble-topped walnut chest at an estate sale for less than $100.00. He thought he was getting a good deal on a nice piece of antique furniture. Boy was he in for a surprise!

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Articles to inspire, encourage and equip women fiercely devoted to Jesus Christ—warriors at heart—armed with the Word of God and dangerous to the kingdom of darkness.