Preview of things to come

Lately, God has put me in a lot a spiritual warfare. That’s the funny thing about God; sometimes He gives you the exact opposite of what you want because what you need contradicts your desires. The purpose of warfare is to defeat the enemy and take what is rightfully ours or to claim something that should belong to us. Having said that, the warfare God had allowed me to go through has yielded some amazing breakthrough and some clarification on some revelation from the past. Stay tuned as we explore these and get a bigger picture of what God wants for us. Be blessed.


Can’t see the beacon, but the fire is still lit.

Hello everyone. I want to apologize for my absence of late, but there have been some deeply personal and urgent events taking place. There have been a great many issues I have been wrestling with God about and this has definitely been a season of heavy warfare, at least for me. I did not feel peace with writing and teaching you all when I was in a state of such personal and spiritual tumult. But now God has released me to continue teaching and I would like to thank all of you who have stuck by my side and kept the vision alive. Let me reiterate one thing please: all I write is written in love and without any malicious intent. I do not glorify myself, only God. I will not teach on any extra-biblical teachings or subjects, and I will make sure everything is confirmed in God’s word and welcome all of you to seek out that confirmation for yourselves. It’s good to be back, and I look forward to continuing to spread the glory of father God and His son our lord King Jesus. Be blessed.

Starting a regiment and getting organized.

So as you may have noticed the blog has started to grow in popularity. I’m here to be taken seriously and have God taken seriously in what I write and teach. As I have been praying, I’ve felt the holy spirit lead me to get more organized in this. I’m going to have the short little bite sized posts like I’ve been doing 6 days of the week, but once a week were going to dive into some deep spiritual knowledge together and let God take us all through that process and journey.

I also would like to extend the invitation that if any of my readers have questions about what I write or need help understanding to contact me and let me help clarify. The same goes with any thoughts or disputes about the writing; this is a holy and open environment and “as iron sharpens iron so does one man sharpen another”.

I will also make sure to respect other writers intellectual property by properly citing them and giving credit where credit is do. I love all of you and am truly blessed to have you as am audience. In all things you do let them be done in love and be blessed.

Love and lust: what do you follow?

The difference between love and lust lies in the motivations behind the two. Lust is motivated by a selfish desire to satisfy the wants of the flesh. Lust is rooted in trying to provide for yourself what you feel God cannot. Love is motivated by the selfless desire to express God and compassion and have your spiritual needs be satisfied. Love is rooted in God and acknowledging God will provide everything you need when you have faith in Him. The other fundamental difference is that lust cannot fulfill and creates a cavity and pain, whereas love fulfills your wants and needs and increases capacity and peace and joy. Be blessed

How glorious is our God!!!

The lion of Judah roars in victory because the battle belongs to the Lord. The powers and principalities of this world shriek in terror at the beautiful and perfect name of Jesus. For as we are justified in faith, the fallen shall be redeemed.

Christ lives in you in ALL His glory and splendor. We are blessed by God through Jesus, for we have been entered into a covenant with God. We are the fulfillment of the covenant of Abraham and God has laid all things beneath our feet.

He has blessed us with every spiritual blessing and He has crowned us with glory and given us dominion over the works of His hands. He has given us Jesus as the high priest of our confession and Jesus to intercede for us.

He has made us heirs according to His promise and made new creations of us, allowing the old to die and make all things new. How glorious is our Father that He stitched us together in our mother’s would and ordained your and anointed you with a destiny before the foundation of time. How glorious is our Father that He sent His only begotten son as a man to die and suffer, to be made a curse for us so that we be redeemed from the curse of the law, that He took upon himself the sin of all mankind. How glorious is our God that he counts us by our faith and through faith we are made righteous.

Bless God for His lovingkindness and His tendermercies. Bless Him for who He is and has made us to be. Bless you Father and your worthiness. Bless your son who sits at your right hand.