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PIckleball, the fastest growing sport in America (find your own statistics), I've played this very fun game. There's a kitchen we're supposed to stay out of. Double meanings everywhere. Addictive like many other substitutes for the REAL thing. 

We heard the sound of spiritual thunder. We didn’t know it at the time.

It was a sound I’d never heard before, the other two women didn’t recognize it either but we all heard it. It stopped our conversation, turned our attention, and caused us to peer out the window. One asks aloud the question, “What was that?” In the moment none of us had an answer. A flippant answer flashed through my mind like an inappropriate joke. Thankfully Wisdom’s been teaching me to keep my mouth shut.

We then returned to the reason for my visit, which was prayer.

When alignment is off, there's disorder, conversely, when alignment is right, there's order.

Take this morning for example. The garage door wouldn't go down when my husband was leaving for work. I noticed he'd come back in the driveway so I went to check because he hadn't come into the house yet. I told him I'd help and he went off to work. I had it working after a few adjustments, prayer and declaration.

Thank You, God, for the legacy of this chair.

And for all the prayers, prayed, sitting there.

 

Jesus speaks and Matthew records what he says in Matthew 11:6. "And blessed is the one who is not offended by me."

Is that you? Are you offended by Jesus? Are you not offended by him? If you're not offended by Jesus he declares you blessed.

When I was raising my children and a stay-at-home mom I learned something from a Focus on the Family broadcast that stuck with me. I think it applies to today. The broadcast dealt with cleaning your house. The woman made the statement that anyone, no matter who they were or how messy their house was, could get it clean in 7 days. Pretty bold statement I thought. She had a system written out on 3x5 cards. A system with daily tasks, weekly tasks, quarterly tasks and six month and annual tasks.

Today a barrier broke!

I praise God for all the help He's given me, through many generous, knowledgeable, praying friends and family. Thank you!!

He's Got You Covered is my first book! 

Psalm 34:3 invites us to Magnify the Lord together. 

Put God first. Lift up your eyes towards heaven (Psalm 121:1-8). Praise the Lord all the day! I've learned something new. This is how we fight; we do NOT engage the enemy; we PRAISE THE LORD! James 4:7

We have two examples to follow: in 2 Chronicles 15:1-19 with Asa in 2 Chronicles 20:1-33 with Jehoshaphat. However, let's make sure we DO take down the high places (idolatrous altars) this time.

“What are you doing here, Elijah?” 

The Lord asked Elijah this question twice (1 Kings 19:9, 13). Both times Elijah’s answer was the same, which revealed his heart. 

Now Elijah had just experienced one of the greatest show downs of good vs. evil in the Old Testament. This was after the test with the prophets of Baal, dealing with Jezebel and Ahab, and praying for rain after a very long drought. 

We need cleansing for we too get tarnished, especially from neglect.

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