I hear my Abba's still, small voice: "Oh, My beloved children, settle it in your hearts that I alone am your Deliverer. Humble yourselves before Me and hear My heart for you. No matter what circumstances you face you will not stumble, but only if you choose to humble yourselves quietly before Me. Seek not... Continue Reading →
I hear my Abba's still, small voice: "The noise is joyfully deafening from where we're watching you, My child! You cannot begin to imagine the throng that cheers you on from the heavenly realms! Oh, I know, you've been in a stadium or two and you've heard cheering before. You've added your shouts for those... Continue Reading →
I hear my Abba's still, small voice: "Walk with Me, My child. Walk out your days on the path of My righteousness at work in your life from day to day. Walk in the awareness that My goodness and My mercy are your constant companions on this path that is so often narrow, steep, and... Continue Reading →
I hear my Abba's still, small voice: "Let your fragrance fill the air, child. Let My presence in your life be known to those around you in ways that are both mysterious and glorious. You know and even anticipate those wonderful fragrances found in nature that make your heart swell with joy at the season... Continue Reading →
I hear my Abba's still, small voice: “I am the One who rides the heavens in majesty to hasten to your side, My child. I support you from beneath with My everlasting arms of love. I drive out the enemies who stand before you and I remove obstacles that are too heavy for you."
I hear my Abba's still, small voice: “Are you willing to follow Me so closely that your journey leads you to discover who it is that I have created you to be? Isn’t this what you are really looking for?
I hear my Abba's still, small voice: “Beloved, find a quiet place and listen to My heart for you. When I came to this beautiful but broken planet I came to show you the Father. If you trust what you see in Me, then you can trust that My Father is truly good, for I... Continue Reading →