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Supernatural Worship Music

In today’s podcast episode, I read a chapter about supernatural worship music from my new, soon-to-be-released book, “The Rush and the Rest.” As it ends up, the Bible gives us several stories about how music can be used to engage God and influence the spiritual realm. 46 more words


A week of thanks: the Saturday Gratitude Journal

She walked into the waiting room, her body reeked of tired and her uniform of morning food stains.  She sat down beside the gentleman who was waiting—waiting for his wife to come through the door and tell her husband the latest medical updates, her new prescriptions. 331 more words

Psalm 91 - Prayer For Protection

This is an awesome Chapter of Psalms. Once we read it, study it and meditate on it, we are assured that God is our protector. Let’s break it down so that we can better understand what it is that God is saying to us  in this particular book of Psalms. 381 more words

Divine Protection

Psalm 91 and Our 42nd Wedding Anniversary!

Assurance of God’s Protection – Psalm 91

Tuesday, August 7, was the 42nd wedding anniversary for Denise and me. We celebrated our wedding anniversary in Chicago, Illinois by going to see the stage play, “Hamilton.” Monday night, Rose Thornton McKinney James, from Las Vegas, Nevada, was in town and she treated me and Denise to a surprise dinner. 752 more words

The Place of Refuge

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Scripture reading: Psalm 91:9-10

I always used to wonder, “How can Brother Wilkerson give such words about destruction of New York and yet remain there?” Have you ever noticed it? 450 more words

Time Of The End

My Secret Place of the Most High

“He that dwells in the secret place of the most High shall abide under the shadow of the Almighty” (KJV).

My father grew up a faithful Episcopalian saying his prayers on his knees every night even as a grown man.  678 more words

August 2 @ Psalms 90-92

Psalms 90-92 (NLT link) 

Discover His heart: He will rescue and protect all those who love and trust Him

If we’re looking for a Social Security program that won’t run out of money and a Healthcare Plan that doesn’t need to be funded by anyone, then Psalm 91 has the perfect plan.  716 more words

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