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There is something very scary about giving up the choices we have in life. No one likes the thought of becoming a puppet on a string. However, we do not seem to give it much thought when the doctor prescribes medicine, telling us it will make us well. We appear to have no problem in taking the medication, believing that we can trust the doctor’s advice. Even knowing that there are a number of possible side effects, we normally do not hesitate in taking the prescribed medicine anyway. So, it makes one wonder why we have such a problem trusting God, knowing all that He has already done for us. Our Father is the essence of love. He who cares enough for us that He gave His Son Jesus to die for our sins so that we may not perish in hell for eternity. It is the carnal Christian who turns to everything and everyone but God when trouble comes knocking. On the other hand, it is the true believer who will.

Allowing God to take the controls and do as He so wills in our life is a major step of faith. We confess Jesus to be Lord of our lives, yet when we pray we seem to always be found telling God what He needs to do for us rather than asking Him what He desires. I dare you to trust God and cast all your cares over to Him, then wait and see what He will do. The hard part is waiting; being that we live in a microwave society we expect to see God move now. However, God is not controlled by time, for He who is eternal has no concern for time. We too are eternal, and time should not control our lives. It is amazing how much stress is heaped upon us when we sit watching the clock and calendar. We can lose our health over worrying about deadlines. Chill out; give it to God. The worse thing that can happen is to die and go to heaven. Now how bad can that be?

The Word of God

He was clothed with a robe dipped in blood,
and His name is called The Word of God.

Revelation 19:13


Word of the Week

Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live.

John 11:25,26

Comments and Testimonies

For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy.      ~ Rev. 19:10b

Prophecy is the testimony that Jesus is not dead but Alive and Speaking to you and I.
Kent Simpson,
Prophetic Pastor

Hi Kent,

How are you? I plan to go back to giving to your ministry. As I was going through some emails to cheer me up with something I’m going through, I was reminded of how much God used your ministry to not only see things materialize in my life, but encourage me to grow tremendously in my faith.

It’s a little over a year later, and I am still amazed at how God orchestrated it so that I can be here in NY.

Thank you for your time.

God bless,

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