Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Twitter Prayer

In praying the Scriptures this morning here is what I believe for myself and others who agree.

Father, I come to You in the name of Jesus. I thank You for making it possible for me to boldly and confidently enter into Your Presence. Thank You for treating me as a son today. Thank You for my inheritance which was accomplished for me by the Blood of Your Son Jesus Christ! I am here to praise and honor You as the Only God! I am here to receive my daily "bread" as You have provided. Thank You Father! You are a great and gracious Father!

My Lord is bigger than any mountain of difficulty that rises up in front of me today. Even if my faith not as large as yesterdays I will still be able to cast it down and away because of Jesus! There is not a single problem or issue that is impossible to break the power of as long as I keep my eyes on Jesus and believe His Word over my life today!

There is no "desert" too dry for me to walk through today. You will hydrate me.

You will feed and nourish me and make provision for others. You will keep me in perfect health and use me to impart that for others.

I will have enough to meet every financial need that presents itself. Your abundance overflows in my life.

I will walk as the conqueror over evil that I am in You. No weapon formed against me shall prosper or prevail.


Satan and his minions know that the Spirit of Jesus Christ manifest in me has walked over what will soon become their final grave! Thank you Jesus! Demons flee at the sound of your Great Name! They want no piece of me!

People will be healed today just because I have believed they will in Jesus' name!

Depression and anxiety are lifting from every mind who agrees with this today!

Thank you Father for Your great faith deposit in me. I have Your faith. I am blessed. I am healed. I am prosperous. I am loved. I am able to love. EVERYTHING I have in my life is because of You. EVERYTHING! And I thank you for each thing, each person.

Bless my Church this morning, Lord. Let it be the instrument of Truth in my community.

SOZO! Selah!

Your loving servant...me.


What qualifies believers as dispensers and purveyors of the gospel of Jesus Christ? A wall of sheepskins? Ordination certificates? Accolades and praises of men?

Believe me, there are plenty of people who think exactly that, and perhaps that accounts for some aberrations.

To think or believe that, one has to stray from the truth of Scripture. 

2 Corinthians 3:6 (Amplified Bible) - "[It is He] Who has qualified us [making us to be fit and worthy and sufficient] as ministers and dispensers of a new covenant [of salvation through Christ], not [ministers] of the letter (of legally written code) but of the Spirit; for the code [of the Law] kills, but the [Holy] Spirit makes alive."

It is Jesus Christ who has qualified us. He is the One Who "makes" us fit for service in the Kingdom of God on earth. 

Because of that, and that alone, we are qualified to "tell the story". 

Yes, the gospel. It's THE "story". There is none greater. 

You are fit for service. You have been qualified and made ready. So get out there and tell the story of the redemption of the human race from sin by the Savior Jesus Christ.

It's a simple message. Don't be afraid. You already have the words in you. Trust Him that He will bring them out.

Keepin' it Real,

Pastor Kevin <><


Monday, April 29, 2013

The Word That God Speaks

Is the Word of God to you a simple book of "Chicken Soup For The Soul" type stories? Maybe it's a "road map", or "instruction manual".  Perhaps you subscribe to the acronym B.I.B.L.E.  (Basic Instructions Before Leaving Earth).

Those are all cute and stuff, but they fall far short in explaining what the Word is to the believer.

Here's what the Word says about itself:

Hebrews 4:12 (Amplified Bible) - "For the Word that God speaks is alive and full of power [making it active, operative, energizing, and effective]; it is sharper than any two-edged sword, penetrating to the dividing line of the breath of life (soul) and [the immortal] spirit, and of joints and marrow [of the deepest parts of our nature], exposing and sifting and analyzing and judging the very thoughts and purposes of the heart."

No road map or instruction manual can do that.

The Word of God violently impacts the life of the believer. It is real. It is active. It has life. It is supernatural because the Word is the Eternal Logos, Jesus Christ (John 1:1).

When this powerful weapon, which Paul refers to as "The Sword Of The Spirit" in Ephesians 6, is wielded by the blood washed, Spirit filled believer, it will cut, slash, chop, expose, and lay to waste anything that stands in the way of TRUTH.

It will also offend. It will turn friend against friend, it will upset households and split apart factions. It will cause others to become accusers of the brethren. It will even make people leave the Church. 

When the thoughts and purposes of the human heart are laid bare people have but two places to turn. They can run to Jesus, or they can run away to some place they see as another safe haven.

If it ain't to Jesus than it ain't safe!

Have you found yourself enjoying God's Word lately? Or have you found yourself dreading the hearing of it?

Have you been avoiding church because you know what you will hear? 

Are you having trouble opening your Bible because you are afraid God will cut you with it?

Bare your heart and soul to Him. Allow His Word to penetrate even if it cuts a little deep. 

In the end your heart will be pure before Him and you will be able to function as He intended you to.

Keepin' it Real,

Pastor Kevin <><


Friday, April 26, 2013

I Desire God

Suppose someone developed a way to simplify life? I mean REALLY simplify daily living. By that I mean by making it easier to deal with some of the tough decisions we have to make, taking the pressure off of the everyday life choices, enduring the stresses and anxieties that we are confronted with.  If we paused and considered and fixated on just how much we have to put up with every day, well, life just wouldn't be so much fun living.

And for many people life is no fun at all. No joy. No peace. No comfort. No healthy outlook.

No direction.

It could all change. It did for me many years ago. It can for you today.


"I desire to do Your will, my God."

What? You were expecting Yoda? Some ancient Kung-Fu master, Weedhopper?

NO! This is better. The most powerful words from the Master of the Universe and all of it's Creation!

It's Psalm 40:8, and it's life changing words of supernatural power. It is from The Logos. The Word. Jesus Christ.

Activate it in your life. Say it. "I desire to do Your will, my God."

That means we are agreeing to place our own faulty and natural will aside and elevate God's will to the highest status.

Let Your will be done, not mine Lord. My will has not always played out the best for me in my life. In fact, not at all. Never.

Desiring God's will has been the single most greatest thing I have ever done for me.

I desire God. I desire God.

God changes things. Jesus never fails. 
It will simplify your life and give it order and purpose. With order and purpose comes joy, peace, love, comfort, serenity.
Keepin' it Real,
Pastor Kevin <><


Thursday, April 25, 2013

Our Stuff

The soul and spirit of man lives eternally. The body dies relatively soon after it is born (in comparison to living eternally).

It makes perfect sense to me that we should direct some of our concern toward our soul.

Instead, many live their lives in the world of unimportant pettiness.

I think we would be aghast at how much energy in living our short lives is expended toward maintaining our stuff. Our "in today, obsolete tomorrow", stuff.

Someone asked Jesus once if He would make sure his brother divided up his stuff with him. Jesus essentially replied, "What do I look like? Your lawyer?"

We are so filled with the false importance of our stuff, that we will start to look at others stuff enviously, and  actually think Jesus will help us! We'll even pray for more stuff, for God to protect our stuff, for our stuff not to go to a relative we didn't like when we die, for us to get more stuff from a rich aunt, for us to get a favorite painting or piece of jewelry from an inheritance.

Entire families feud over stuff. Churches have split over stuff.

The bible calls that "coveting".  Jesus is against it.

Luke 12:15 (AMP)  - And He said to them, Guard yourselves and keep free from all covetousness (the immoderate desire for wealth, the greedy longing to have more); for a man's life does not consist in and is not derived from possessing overflowing abundance or that which is over and above his needs. 

Imagine that. Life is not about possessions. 

Acting contrary to that principle can kill your soul.

It can lead to greed, backsliding, poverty, deception, and even violence and murder.

It can separate a person from God.

The Word of God promotes giving, not hoarding and accumulating. Helping others over helping ourselves.

Life does not consist in the abundance of our stuff.

Life consists in the abundance of Jesus Christ.

Keepin' it Real,

Pastor Kevin <><


Wednesday, April 24, 2013

I Need To Hear From Jesus

That's what I need to hear anyway. Every day, as often as possible. From the Word, from the Holy Spirit, from the Voice that comes to me at times via revelation.

I need... no, I crave, to hear from Jesus.

I'll assume you do to.

Let me connect you today...

Matthew 11:28  - "Come to me, all who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest."

Rest. Refreshment. Quietness. Serenity. Peace. I love those moments with Jesus. Could you use some of that today? It's available. Slip into the quiet zone with Jesus today and nourish your spirit and soul.

John 7:37  - “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink."

 I thirst. I have an insatiable thirst for the Word of Christ always. His Words are like cool water to a parched throat. I want to know what He thinks. Are you thirsty? There is no reason to look beyond Jesus. He holds all the wisdom for man and the ages. His Word is fluid because the Word IS Jesus. He is the Author. He is the Originator. He knows exactly what you need to hear and when. What do you NEED to hear today? What is it you are thirsting after and not finding? Drink from Him today. You may find yourself satiated after a very long time of dryness.

John 8:12  - “I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.”

 It's a lonely place to be in the dark.  Depressing. Nothingness. Glimpses of shadows. Never seeing anything quite clear enough. Stumbling and bumbling through life as you bang your knees and stub your toes against one invisible obstacle after another. Life without the Light is simply kicking one distasteful episode of daily living out of the way in preparation for the next one. You exist in the darkness. LIVE in the Light. Turn it on. Jesus says we do that just by deciding to follow Him. We see clearly. Oh, the obstacles will be there, but you will see them instead of tripping over them. When you can see them you can deal with them. In the Light you deal with them in Jesus. 

It's just better.

Keepin' it Real,

Pastor Kevin <><


Tuesday, April 23, 2013

Needing It Now!

The look of quiet desperation. It written all over the faces of so many people.

"HELP! I'm sinking! Tell me what to believe! What should I do? Where can I turn? Which way? Which way?"

It's like watching a person drown with a life preserver and a rope floating next to them. 

"Grab onto the life preserver! Grab the rope!"

I am reminded of David speaking in Psalm 143:7 - "Answer me quickly, O LORD!  My spirit fails! Hide not your face from me!"

The failure of the spirit of man. 

Of course it will.

Answer me quickly, Lord!

Desperation. I need a speedy answer Lord! I need something and I need it now!

How does it get to that level of desperation? I'm not speaking about the average man on the street.

I'm talking about believers who have heard the message of redemption and responded to it. 


David said "My spirit faints within me."

Yes, our spirit has a tendency to do that. The Holy Spirit does not. He will never faint.

He will empower you in and past your point of desperation. He will plant you steady. Immovable. Not swayed by temporal circumstances.

He's not hiding His Face, by the way.

He is right there. How about pausing a moment and listening?

Are you desperate today? Well, stop a moment and get a grip. He's there. Talk to Him. Open your ears. Cancel the competing noise.

Listen ONLY to His Voice.

Calm. Peaceful. Soothing. There is NOTHING so desperate in your life even at this moment that He cannot handle.

Let Him handle it.

Here listen...

Verse 8 - "Let me hear in the morning of your steadfast love, for in you I trust. Make me know the way I should go, for to you I lift up my soul."

Hear Him. Trust Him. Obey Him.

Hear His Voice. Trust what He tells you. Obey what He says to do.

Yes...it is that simple.

Keepin' it Real,

Pastor Kevin <><


Monday, April 22, 2013

Life Interrupted

Don't do it.  Things the Word of God says not to do. We know the biggies. Don't kill, don't steal...

Jesus did tell us not to do stuff. Not doing something can often be as powerful as doing something, especially when the things you are doing should not be done in the first place. 


Here's a great example:

Luke 12:29 - "And you, do not seek [by meditating and reasoning to inquire into] what you are to eat and what you are to drink; nor be of anxious (troubled) mind [unsettled, excited, worried, and [in suspense].

Do you know how much misplaced energy is expended by people trying to get something that God has already promised? 

He doesn't need your help. He has it figured out. It's a working formulated plan.

DON'T help Him! And by help I mean you really can't, but millions will try, and not really being able to, they will twist themselves up in a knot, wasting precious brain cells in worrisome, anxiety ridden unsettledness over something that if they just put the brakes on their mind for a moment they would see that if Jesus said NOT to do these things than there must be good cause.

It can't be clearer. He is not saying not to seek at all, instead DON'T seek by the methods you have settled into. It obviously doesn't work for you. It is instead actually working along with your anxiety and chronic worry. 

There's the right way. There's the wrong way. There's your way. There's the Jesus Way!  Guess which one I'm going with this morning?

The Jesus Way is opposite of the pagan way (vs. 30).

The Jesus Way is (31) "Only aim at and strive for and seek His kingdom, and all these things shall be supplied to you also."

Seek Jesus and the Kingdom of God first. Hungry? Seek Jesus first. Thirsty? Seek Jesus first. Anxiety ridden? Seek Jesus first.

IF you do. Really...listen up here... IF you do... actually seek Jesus first, than all of these needs and much more will be supplied.

It was an early lesson I learned first and thank goodness I did because I needed it. Before I knew Him, I was that muddled up worrier moving from place to place, job to job, shutoff notice to shutoff notice. Moving to escape is different from moving for purpose. Living by your wits is not living. It's merely survival.  Your wits got you into trouble. Even believers change addresses, change churches, change jobs, etc., at alarming rates. Survival tactics. Escape plans. That's not living, at least not the Abundant Living Jesus promises (John 10:10).

You need the mind of Christ.

Seek Him first. Not second, or when it's too late and you've already loused things up.

Jesus First!

Jesus never fails and neither will you when you follow HIS plan!

Keepin' it Real,

Pastor Kevin <><


Thursday, April 18, 2013

The Hot Tin Roof

We have all experienced it. I'm speaking of the discomfort of hearing something that deep down in our spirit, we know we have to address.

We replace the cat. It's us walking barefoot over the hot tin roof. 

In this case God's Word is the tin roof. The heat is God's Word speaking to us. Our response is the hot footed express purpose to get off the roof.

Oh, it's not really that. It's is simply a metaphor for squirming in our seat, tugging at our collars, looking everywhere but at the preacher, breaking out in a sweat. Or...getting up and running out of the sanctuary. Sometimes for good.

We tend to lay the blame of discomfort and conviction upon the messenger. It's usually not him (if he is obediently following the Word of God).

Paul sort of warns the young preacher Timothy:

1 Tim. 4:6 - "If you lay all these instructions before the brethren, you will be a worthy steward and a good minister of Christ Jesus, ever nourishing your own self on the truths of the faith and of the good [Christian] instruction which you have closely followed."

Not just what the preacher wants us to hear, but the full counsel of the Word. This means the preacher will be popular when it makes a person feel good. Not so popular when it doesn't. 

As one of those preachers I can say that popularity is very much overrated. At least when it is compared to obeying God.

I would rather be worthy in God's eyes than popular.

It's not always the hot tin roof. Sometimes great joy, instruction, wisdom, and understanding is the order of the day.

When the main feeding day for many is just Sunday morning (if that), then it will take a long time to run the continuum of the Word's full measure.

Funny story. I once knew a person who would come to church very sporadically, the veritable "once in a blue moon". It seemed that whenever he came to church I would happen to be preaching along the same lines as they had heard months earlier. Guess what? It was that persons "hot tin roof". One day the person approached me after church and said, "Pastor, don't you ever preach on anything different?" My response was, "I always preach exactly what I know God wants you to hear."  Haven't seen that person for awhile now. I am sure that he either has stopped going to church altogether, or found a church that preaches what he wants to hear.

Hear's the deal.

2 Tim. 3:16 - "Every Scripture is God-breathed (given by His inspiration) and profitable for instruction, for reproof and conviction of sin, for correction of error and discipline in obedience, [and] for training in righteousness (in holy living, in conformity to God's will in thought, purpose, and action), (17) So that the man of God may be complete and proficient, well fitted and thoroughly equipped for every good work."

God's Word covers all of the bases. Eventually we will hit our "hot tin roof". It's uncomfortable. It's challenging. It can be downright contentious. It might even get you so mad that you will storm from the place of hearing vowing never to return.

I was one of those folks once. Shortly after I was saved. I did not want to hear that I needed to change something in my life that I desperately needed to. My "hot tin roof".

I am glad I gave in. I am glad God broke me of my stubbornness. 

Yes, I am forever grateful to the "hot tin roof" ministry of the Holy Spirit getting deep down to the issues I needed to deal with.

You will be too if you give Him a chance.

Keepin' it Real,

Pastor Kevin <><


Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Weapon Grade Prayer

We recently saw all to clearly yet another display of the Enemy of the Human Race as he engineered another assault against the creation of God. 

Panic. Fear. Pain. Sorrow. Anger. Death.

He deals in Death like Jesus deals in Life.

All too often people are left with perhaps the worst situation after all the dust settles and the media goes home.


Hopelessness in not knowing who it is or how to fight the Ancient Enemy of Life.

So we gather. The indomitable human spirit collectively, even inherently, gathers. 

Candles are lit. Men speak. People pray.

As surely as they fail to recognize the Enemy, they direct their prayers toward various notions of cosmic entities and gods who might, in a show of mercy or satiation of blood lust, pull back a hair off the weapon that targets the fragile creation.

Yes folks, in it and through it all, God is once again on the hot seat for screwing with the Human Race.

God bless them in their ignorance, but Lord, let them hear.

Prayer not as begging sessions with no assurance of answers, but formidible assaults against the Gates of Hell which Jesus says will not prevail against His Church! (Matt. 16:18)

Listen to Paul here:

2 Corinthians 10:3 (AMP)  - For though we walk (live) in the flesh, we are not carrying on our warfare according to the flesh and using mere human weapons. 
Paul says "we are not", but it is all too clear that many indeed are.

We can fire off rockets and bombs at Al Qaida, but it's pretty much a band-aid. It's not a flesh thing.

It's spiritual. The battle is spiritual. It must be fought in the spirit realm. It must be fought by warriors with a right spirit nature. A New Creation Spirit. 

The Born-Again Believer is the most battle ready equipped and prepared to be on the Spiritual Battlefield.

Mere human weapons fail us.

Paul says further:

Ephesians 6:12 (AMP)  - For we are not wrestling with flesh and blood [contending only with physical opponents], but against the despotisms, against the powers, against [the master spirits who are] the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spirit forces of wickedness in the heavenly (supernatural) sphere. 

When The Body of Christ (what is it WE don't GET about that term?) realizes its true strength and potential against what is first a clearly identified Enemy, then It will respond in kind.

It's not rocket science. The problem HAS ALREADY BEEN SOLVED. Jesus took care of it on the Cross.

How we continue to allow this Bully to steal our lunch money and give us the cosmic equivalent to Atomic Wedgies is far more scary to me than the Punk Bully.

Stop wasting valued prayer time in asking God to do something that He has clearly given us authority over in the Name of His Son!

Weaponize Your Prayers! 

Ephesians 6:18 (AMP)  - Pray at all times (on every occasion, in every season) in the Spirit, with all [manner of] prayer and entreaty. To that end keep alert and watch with strong purpose and perseverance, interceding in behalf of all the saints (God's consecrated people). 
There is no begging in there. There is not even a hint of asking in there. 

There is intercession. There is resistance. There is pugnacious attitude.


A Bully is a Bully and all Bullies respond to one thing and one thing only:


James got it:

James 4:7 (AMP)  - So be subject to God. Resist the devil [stand firm against him], and he will flee from you. 

Come on. It's where the Believer in Christ lives. It's what we do. Well, I know for sure it's what my wife and I do anyway. We don't give him an inch. Nothing. He gets no ground or gain from us. He is on notice at all times. Always being reminded of his greatest failure. Always reminded of his great defeat on Calvary, which I wear all over me like a finely tailored suit of armor.

Listen to James you Royal Subject Of The King! It's all about Jesus. This Hater of Humanity must see the Lover of Humanity all over you. A fleeing Bully is a defeated Bully.

O Church! If we could all get a glimpse of this glory and bring light to the Present Darkness subjected patrons of the Dark One would run for cover.

It's not just about bombs and psychopaths. It's about Cancer. Diabetes. Sickness. Disease. Pestilence. Poverty. Sin.

The answer has been revealed for centuries, but the Church has turned it into powerless religion. One million candles will not drive out Darkness, but ONE STRONG DISCIPLE OF JESUS CHRIST will drive out a million demons!

Pray as if you already have it and know that JESUS NEVER FAILS!

Boston... there is a Strong Believer who prays over you, intercedes for you, weeps and mourns for you. We have been down this road before many times. Be strengthened and determined and remember that this Liar and Deceiver does not get victory in this.

Keepin' it Real,

Pastor Kevin <><

Tuesday, April 16, 2013


The Parables of Jesus. Sometimes they read like a horror story. How about the Kingdom of Heaven? It seems like there could be some "issues".

Matt. 22:2-3 - "The kingdom of heaven is like a king who gave a wedding banquet for his son (3) And sent his servants to summon those who had been invited to the wedding banquet, but they refused to come."

They refused to come? It's an invite from The King! Don't forget, it's a parable, so the metaphors run rampant sometimes. We have to establish who's who.

The King is God. His Son is Jesus. The Wedding Feast is the marriage of the Lamb to the human race (salvation). The guests were originally the Jews, God's chosen people, but they refused to come. Wow.

Ok, ok, there is all this food and preparation and stuff, what is the King going to do now? Who will benefit from the sacrifice of His Son Jesus Christ on the Cross? Everyone else who accepts it. EVERYONE ELSE who accepts it!

Verse 8-10 - "Then he said to his servants, The wedding [feast] is prepared, but those invited were not worthy.  (9) So go to the thoroughfares where they leave the city [where the main roads and those from the country end] and invite to the wedding feast as many as you find. (10) And those servants went out on the crossroads and got together as many as they found, both bad and good, so [the room in which] the wedding feast [was held] was filled with guests.

Don't think for a moment that you can't be counted as one of the rejectors of God's grace. If He opened it up to the scroungers of the world (us) as the result of the rejection of the very people He came to restore, and "grafted" us or "sown" us into the Covenant of the blood sacrifice of His honored Son, then do you really think you'll get in with all of your rejection?

The rejector is odd. They enjoy the concept of Kingdom living, they even believe it is for them. They just don't want to play by the rules. They don't want to put on the clean wedding garment (washed in the Blood of the Lamb). They want to come when they feel it's right and it suitable to them, and they want to come in their stinking rags of defilement and disobedience. They may even tell the King that Sunday is not good for them. They may ask the King to reschedule. If the King's business conflicts, then the King's business shall wait.

The King says, "NO!"

Verse 11-14 - "But when the king came in to view the guests, he looked intently at a man there who had on no wedding garment. (12) And he said, Friend, how did you come in here without putting on the [appropriate] wedding garment? And he was speechless (muzzled, gagged). (13) Then the king said to the attendants, Tie him hand and foot, and throw him into the darkness outside; there will be weeping and grinding of teeth. (14) For many are called (invited and summoned), but few are chosen.

Notice how God loves you. He even called you "friend". 

Yet, He will not be dishonored, refused, or rejected. You will be rejected. You will be carried beyond the doors of the feast (The Kingdom), into the darkness where there is no coming back from.

You will be refused. 

Few are chosen. You had already been chosen. He searched for the worst of us and invited us in, even when we were undesirable and sinful. 

He only asked you to put on the clean garments of righteousness. He only asked you to obey.

He only asked you to give up everything for Him! Make Him number ONE!

Sorry. Too tough? 

Everything is everything. All is all. Try to argue a flimsy point with the One who knows exactly what it means to give everything for a whining and complaining stiffnecked  people who kicked it back in His face.

I'm afraid I've settled that in my own life many years ago, so I may become very unpopular this morning.

Church can't be Church until people agree serving God is their top numero uno priority over EVERYTHING else on the planet.

Keepin' it Real,

Pastor Kevin <><

Monday, April 15, 2013

All Good And Set Free

Go ahead. Try it. Just say it.

"It's all good!"

You don't even have to really think things are all good at this point. In fact, you may be at the lowest place of your life.

You don't have to say anything. You don't have to think anything. You can just sit there and wallow in it if you desire. God's gonna let you do that.

However...if you choose the latter, it doesn't make it true.

In fact, no matter how bad it is, I have found that it is "all good".

No matter what I'm going through, when people ask me "How 'ya doin'?", I generally say, "It's all good!"

I'm not denying what could be a bad day or a bad week. I'm simply stating a God given truth of His Word.

God says He is always working things out for us. That has to be good.

Romans 8:28 (Amplified Bible) - "We are assured and know that [God being a partner in their labor] all things work together and are [fitting into a plan] for good to and for those who love God and are called according to [His] design and purpose.

I was already encouraged this morning, but I am MORE encouraged now that I have read that!

What do you need to know?

1). You need to be ASSURED that God is a PARTNER IN YOUR LABOR! In other words, you are not in this alone!

2). What you are going through fits INTO A PLAN THAT WILL BE IN YOUR FAVOR! 

3). God has a DESIGN AND PLAN for your life!

If that is true, and God NEVER lies, than in essence it really is ALL GOOD! (Even if it doesn't feel that way right now).

Do not let your feelings rule you. They are carnal and from the flesh. Let the TRUTH rule you because it is spiritual and from God!

So...say it...c'mon, don't feel dumb or embarrassed...just say it...

IT'S ALL GOOD! Say it a few times. Say it because it is true. 

Here's the kicker...it's true, right? I mean, you believe what I just told you, right? God won't lie to you, and neither would I, right?

Then check this out...if it is real, and it's TRUTH, then claim this for you life right now...

"And you will know the Truth, and the Truth will set you free." (John 8:32)

There it is! You will be set free!

It's ALL good is the Truth, and Truth sets free!

I claim it for you. I agree with you right now.  Accept it! 

BE SET FREE! In Jesus' Name! He IS the TRUTH!

Keepin' it Real...and ALL GOOD...and SET FREE...

Pastor Kevin <><