2022 Word

A goat leaps across a stream in Glacier National Park, Montana.

“Mountain goats can jump 12 feet on one leap. They are the largest mammal in high altitude environments, sometimes above 13,000 feet. The high elevation protects them from predators. They are the most sure-footed animal in North America. Mountain goats are not in the same genus as goats. In the bovidae family, mountain goats are associated with antelopes, gazelles and cattle.”

Last year my husband and I went hiking with our son, his wife, and their toddler Elijah, to the badlands and Custer State Park. I thoroughly enjoyed hiking and seeing the grandeur of God’s masterpieces in nature. Nothing is more exhilarating than nature’s majestic beauty coupled with a cardio workout. Lots of photos were snapped, beef jerky eaten, and memories made. We had our special hiking shoes, camelback backpacks, and layers of warm clothes.

Sometimes each step was carefully calculated as we climbed uphill through narrow passageways, grabbing hold of tree limbs, navigating through large boulders. Oftentimes we saw mountain goats high upon the cliffs and wondered how in the world they got up there. Then we saw them sleeping on the ridges. It is wild to think that animals choose this way of life, but that is how God made them.

The last couple of years, I have felt like my feet were kicked out from under me. I could not seem to get my footing. It did not feel like I had any direction. I watched and prayed, prayed and watched. It seemed like a hike where the rocks were loose, the trail was hidden, and there were unexpected surprises on the trail of life with lots of scary situations. God kept me safe, for He is my refuge, but there were lots of unknowns.

This year I sense God saying, “I am giving My people sure footedness.” Just like the mountain goat, your footing is secure in Me. No matter what the terrain is, no matter if you are in a valley, or climbing a mountain, your footing is secure in me. I will cause your steps to hold and not slip. I will enable you to see what’s up ahead. Do not let your eyes dwell on the darkness, the doom and gloom the enemy is portraying. Do not fret or be anxious for I can help you navigate any climate, terrain, mountain or valley. Not only will you be secure in your footing, but you will help others in their distress to find Me and in finding Me, they will find their new life in Christ.

How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of him who brings good news. Who proclaims peace, who brings glad tidings of good things, who proclaims salvation, who says to Zion, “Your God reigns!” Is. 52:7 NKJV


Weed or Crop?

The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field. But while men slept, his enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat and went away. But when the shoots had sprung up and produced fruit, the weeds also appeared.

So the servants of the landowner came and said to him, ‘Sir, did you not sow good seed in your field? Then where did the weeds come from? “He said to them, ‘An enemy did this.

The servants said to him, ‘Will you then have us go and gather them up?’

But he said, ‘No, lest while you gather up the weeds, you pull up also the wheat with them. Let both grow together until the harvest, and in the time of harvest I will say to the reapers: Gather up the the weeds first and bind them in bundles to burn them, but gather the wheat into my barn.”

This parable is a good illustration of what is taking place in our nation and world. The weeds of the enemy are multiplying and appearing to overtake God’s land by choking out the seedlings. I understand how weeds make you take notice. I have weeded many a vegetable garden in my younger years, and flower gardens in my older years. It was not always easy to see the difference, and the same is true today. It takes spiritual eyesight to discern between the weeds in the world and the healthy plants.

Discernment, the ability to know the difference between God, flesh, and our enemy, will help us in this season. God speaks truth and the enemy speaks lies and deception. There are many false narratives out there competing for attention wanting our agreement. What are we believing, and can we tell the difference between the weeds and God’s crops? Lets look at a few ways to discern the difference between God’s truth and the world’s narrative.

  1. Does it agree with the word of God?
  2. Does it bear witness in your spirit?
  3. Will it produce good fruit?
  4. Is it wisdom?
  5. Have you prayed and asked God about it, if you don’t know?
  6. Have you discussed with trusted godly mentors?

The more time we spend with the Lord, the more we will recognize His voice. The closer we are with Him, the more we know His ways. The weeds in our country will continue to grow, but as we keep our focus on the Lord and follow His way, we will align our hearts with heaven, bringing heaven to earth. Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up. Gal. 6:9 Niv.




Advancement Amidst Opposition

This message resonates in my heart for this hour. Never before have we seen the likes of what our country is encountering and facing on any given day. As a watchman on the wall of intercession, I encourage all believers to gird-up, strengthen themselves in the Lord and pray. While it looks like prayer is not enough, it is powerful for the “pulling down of strongholds.” (2 Cor. 10:4) The enemy would like to discourage you from prayer, but do not listen to him! Let’s continue to pray for “God’s will to be done on earth as it is in heaven!” (Matt. 6:10). For truth and justice to be restored in our nation. For America to come into divine alignment and thus fulfill her destiny. May we as believers repent and turn away from all darkness and evil. Let’s not give the enemy any foothold in our lives.

Nehemiah is a great example of advancing through opposition. Upon hearing the wall in Jerusalem is in shambles, he receives a burden from the Lord. He fasts and prays and the Lord gives Nehemiah the assignment to rebuild the wall. It is interesting how a cupbearer receives an assignment to construct and build a wall. You and I have no excuses over qualifications. Nehemiah has favor with the king to leave his cup bearing position and go rebuild the wall. He is escorted, has safe passage and receives the timber necessary to accomplish the work.

This is an important assignment from the Lord. There is an entire chapter devoted to the “wall builders.” Nehemiah chapter 3, lists everyone’s name who participates. Nehemiah has opposition however, as his enemies try to discourage and even provoke a battle. “Those who were rebuilding the wall and those who carried burdens took their load with one hand doing the work and the other holding a weapon. As for the builders, each wore his sword girded at his side as he built, while the trumpeter stood near me.” (Neh. 4:17-18 nasb)

There are numerous accounts throughout scripture where God’s assignment is surrounded by opposition. Consider: Moses leading the Israelites out of Egypt, Joshua marching God’s people into the promised land, Nehemiah rebuilding the Jerusalem wall, Noah assigned to build an arc, Joseph called to prominence in Egypt, David anointed to be king, Jesus’ mission to bring the kingdom, Paul’s commission to bring revelation to the church, and more.

Here we are in the 21st century. Christians are facing opposition on many fronts. We can strengthen ourselves in the Lord, holding fast to Him or we can cave into the peer pressure of a worldly rule. We are all called to be the salt of the earth and light of the world! Just as the Lord said to Joshua many years ago, He is still speaking to us today. “Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous! Do not tremble or be dismayed, for the Lord your God is with you wherever you go.” (Joshua 1:9)



As Jesus and His disciples were on their way, he came to a village where a woman named Martha opened her home to Him. She had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet listening to what He said. But Martha was distracted by all the preparations that had to be made. She came to Him and asked, “Lord, don’t you care that my sister has left me to do the work by myself? Tell her to help me!”

“Martha, Martha,” the Lord answered, “You are worried and upset about many things, but only one thing is needed. Mary has chosen what is better, and it will not be taken away from her.” Luke 10:38-42 NIV

My husband and I have four grown children and five grandchildren. With my love language of service and hospitality gift, I can understand why Martha is concerned about preparations for her guests. In the culture of Jesus’ day, women did all the housework. We certainly understand Martha.

Martha goes right to Jesus with her complaint. This is good, if you have a complaint take it to Jesus. Martha expected Jesus to tell Mary to help, and she even says, “tell her to help me!” I have yet to complain to Jesus and find His response empathetic and agreeable to my requests. Philippians 2:14 says, “Do everything without complaining or arguing.”

As I read these verses from a number of translations, I find the following words describing Martha: distracted, bothered, upset, anxious, and troubled about many things. Jesus responds to Martha and says, “only one thing is needed. Mary has chosen what is better.” Mary is sitting at Jesus feet, devoted to Him, listening to Him and valuing His presence.

In our present day culture, distractions surround us. In any given moment there are a myriad of choices of what we could be doing. Devotion to Jesus, time spent with the Lord, becomes our own intentional decision. God does not force nor demand that we commune with Him. He is patiently waiting for us to seek His word and His heart. In this place of devotion, we grow in our love for Him and others.

Spending time with the Lord strengthens our spirit, enabling us to be led of the spirit and not our flesh. With all the noise in our culture, it is easy to become confused and disoriented. If we only make time for the news and social media, God’s voice will be non-existent in our lives. Be watchful over the amount of worldly intake, and make time to sit at Jesus feet. It will bring refreshment to your soul.



Nationwide Church Prayer!

The trumpet is blowing, the alarms are sounding, wake-up church! What does the church need to wake-up to? It’s a wake-up call for the church to have a voice and take action in the spheres of society. The Lord would like His people to occupy this land which was founded upon godly principles of freedom. While we were tending to our own flocks, the enemy was positioning his agenda in the leadership roles of society. Now, here we are! It is a full onslaught collision of darkness versus light! Covid-19 became the access road for the devil to unleash all his spirits. The exposed evil in this hour is way above what we could have thought or imagined. How do we respond?

We respond strategically. What is the counsel of the Lord to you? There are ways to make our voice heard in heaven and in the earth. Our voice unto heaven is prayer. A cry for mercy and justice and for our enemies to encounter Jesus. God will lead the way in prayer as we hear and respond to His heart. Our voice in the earth will look different for each of us. How is the Lord leading each of us to be heard? May we not be fearful, for “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power, and of love and of a sound mind.” 2 Timothy 1:7 NKJV.

What the Lord has laid on my heart is to gather at least one church from all 50 USA churches, to participate in prayer on October 3rd. I believe as the church unites in prayer we will see a mighty move of God across our land. There are many prayer initiatives from various churches and ministries. The plans and purposes of God for our nation have not come into fruition. The battle is real, it’s fierce, but our God is all mighty and all powerful and His army is moving! Are you in? I am!

I have listed here the 7 prayer points for the USA Nationwide Church Prayer. If your church would like to participate, please let me know.

  1. Repentance. Pray for God’s people to turn back to Him.
    2 Chronicles 7:14 NKJV, “If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.”
  2. Elections. Pray for godly men/women to be elected in our governmental offices, and people to vote. Pray for fairness in the voting process.
    1 Timothy 2:1-2 NAS, “First of all then, I urge that entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings, be made on behalf of all men, for kings and all who are in authority, so that we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity.”
  3. Church. Pray for the church to see their need to impact society. Pray for Jesus to be central in our churches with no compromising the word. Pray for the love and power of Jesus Christ to arise in our churches.
    Isaiah 60:1-3 NAS, “Arise, shine; for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord has risen upon you. For behold, darkness will cover the earth and deep darkness the peoples, but the Lord will rise upon you and His glory will appear upon you. Nations will come to your light, and Kings to the brightness of your rising.”
  4. Family. Pray for the strengthening of our families.
    Ephesians 5:25 NAS, “Husbands, love your wives just as Christ loved the church and gave Himself up for her.” Psalm 127:3 NAS “Behold, children are a heritage, the fruit of the womb a reward.”
  5. Justice. Pray for godly justice across our nation, freedom for all.
    Psalm 140:12 NAS, ” I know that the Lord will maintain the cause of the afflicted and will execute justice for the needy.
  6. Economic rebound. Pray for our businesses to rebound and our nation to flourish.
    3 John 1:2 NAS, “Beloved, I pray that in all respects you may prosper and be in good health, just as your soul prospers.”
  7. Awakening. Pray for an outpouring of the Holy spirit, and disciples to reap the harvest.
    John 4:35 NAS, “But I say, wake up and look around. The fields are already ripe for harvest.”


Enduring Strength

Our daughter and her husband are raising four boys, and she likes to tell me about their “teachable moments.” I’m going to share my “teachable moment” from the Lord that may help you with enduring strength.

A few weeks into the pandemic, watching the news and understanding the effects of viral deaths, lockdown, lost jobs, and social injustice, my heart was extremely grieved. My empathy and compassion were overwhelmed. My husband retired, so we have not personally been impacted like others. Nonetheless, my heart took one stab after another. One early morning, the Lord told me to go to the book of James.

“Consider it all joy, my brethren, when you encounter various trials, knowing that the testing of your faith produces endurance. And let endurance have its perfect result, so that you may be perfect and complete, lacking in nothing.” (James 1:2-4)

The joy of the Lord is a fruit of the Spirit connected to our spirit man. Joy is an overwhelming sense of well-being, trusting that God is working in us and for us, accomplishing His purposes. It is a strength during trials. Joy during difficulties releases our faith in the One who can bring victory. Our faith is currently being tested at epic levels. Are we going to stand firm for Jesus in this hour of adversity? Will our faith continue to trust in God and not man?

The shaking that is taking place in our nation is not ending anytime soon. The exposure of darkness is greater than what we could have imagined. However, let me encourage you. The world’s shaking does not need to shake our faith which is steadfast on the rock of Jesus Christ! This is our moment to arise and shine, for the world to see a demonstration of the love and power of Christ Jesus!

As disciples of Christ, we must guard against the shaking of the enemy. There are ways to keep us steadfast. Below is a list of ways to stay strong in this hour and have enduring strength.

* Meditate on the word of God. “But his delight is in the law of the Lord, and in His law he meditates day and night. He will be like a tree firmly planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in its season and its leaf does not wither; and in whatever he does he prospers.” Psalms 1:2-3. The word of God keeps our focus on the Lord rather than the world. The word renews our mind and strengthens our faith.

* Pray. “Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God which surpasses all comprehension, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.” Phil. 4:6-7. Our prayers are important in this hour for our personal lives and the future of our country. Faith-filled prayers engage the power of God on our behalf, and grant us peace.

* Praise and thanksgiving. “Enter His gates with thanksgiving and His courts with praise. Give thanks to Him, bless His name. For the Lord is good; His lovingkindness is everlasting and His faithfulness to all generations.” Psalm 100:4-5. We thank Him for who He is and what He is doing. In every season there is something to thank God for. Praise and thanksgiving produce joy.

* Watch your thoughts. “We are destroying speculations and every lofty thing raised up against the knowledge of God, and we are taking every thought captive to the obedience of Christ.” 2 Cor. 10:5. The devil wants us to agree with His thoughts of destruction, producing division between every race and culture. Instead, we want our thoughts to be kingdom thoughts producing reconciliation and a godly life.

* Words are weapons. “Death and life are in the power of the tongue.” Prov. 18:21.
Our words produce emotion and activity. We can curse and bless. The temptation is strong to curse people who have darkened counsel. Let’s be intentional to use our words to activate God’s love, power and wisdom.

* Play. While play is not listed in scripture, let me share the benefits. This is good for our soul and much needed during times of stress and intensity. According to Google, play helps: relieve stress by triggering the release of endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good chemicals. Improves brain function by playing games that challenge the brain.
Stimulates the mind and boosts creativity, stimulating your imagination. Improves relationships and your connection to others by sharing laughter and fun. Keeps you feeling young and energetic by boosting energy, vitality and resistance to disease. Play is helpful in restoring our soul and diffusing intensity.

Our enduring strength comes from the Lord Himself, as we give Him time and attention. Our focus is not on what the enemy is doing, although we want to be aware and discerning. Our focus is on Jesus Christ who is calling us back to His embrace. He is renewing our strength to send us as light into the darkness. May the manifestation of God’s love and power be demonstrated every where we go!


Why we do Not Fear!

Fear is the substance of our enemy, the one who is lurking about to “steal, kill, and destroy.” When we agree with fear, it builds and effects our environment. We carry it. We talk about it. We release it into the atmosphere. This is what is happening all over our world right now. Spirits of fear are trying to control and delay God’s termination of Covid-19.

Fear opposes faith. It causes immobility and allows the enemy to have his way. In fear we cower, shrinking and trembling at what the news is portraying. We can understand why non-believers are afraid. This pandemic is out of their control, there are many unknowns, and much is at stake. Let me say it again, fear is the substance of darkness, the substance of the enemy who is trying to “steal, kill and destroy.”

John 10:10
“The thief does not come except to steal, kill and destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly.”

2 Timothy 2:7
“For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.”

Proverbs 18:21
“Life and death are in the power of the tongue…”

1 John 3:8
“The Son of God appeared for this purpose, to destroy the works of the devil.”

As followers of Jesus Christ, we do not give in to fear. “We walk by faith and not by sight.” 2 Cor. 5:7 The kingdom of God lives within us and this kingdom need not be affected by our external world. If we give in to fear, we cannot release the peace of God into our world. We cannot speak, “Peace! Be still!” to our storm if our peace is overruled by fear. What are we releasing into our families, our nation and around the world? Are we activating God’s domain? Heaven on earth? Or are we multiplying fear adding to the chaos?

Is God taking a coffee break right now, watching to see how the world handles this? No! He is at work this very second responding to the prayers of the saints, releasing wisdom, healing, provision and peace. Angels are on assignment. Lets’ come into alignment with Jesus, “who came to destroy the works of the devil.” Our words activate kingdoms, let’s activate the power of God to terminate this virus, not only in our nation, but around the world. Rise up in faith, speak and believe!

“Nothing is impossible with God!” Our God spoke the world into existence, delivered the Israelite’s through the red sea, brought forth water out of a rock, rained down manna from heaven, multiplied food from a boys lunch, healed the sick, set the captives free and raised the dead! He is the ultimate power source, able to annihilate any plan of the enemy!

Let’s agree in prayer:

Covid-19 you are terminated in Jesus name! Healing, provision and peace, be released over our leaders, families, nation and world! May the supernatural comfort of the Holy Spirit fill our homes. May this season lead into a great outpouring and time of redemption. Father God, bless every Pastor, small business and all those affected by this outbreak. Let our economy rebound and increase. Lord, help every mom with kids at home. May your love Lord, be expressed one to another. In Jesus’ name, Amen.




Matthew 11:28 Are you weary, carrying a heavy burden? Then come to Me. I will refresh your life, for I am your oasis. Simply join your life with mine. Learn My ways and you’ll discover that I’m gentle, humble, easy to please. You will find refreshment and rest in me. TPT

God has me in a season of rest and I am learning this is not about taking naps. Rest is necessary and oftentimes overlooked. We run until we crash. Our bodies break down and we wonder why we are sick. As a culture, we believe that hard work is the ingredient to any path of success. Any lack of due diligence will find us asleep in a gutter somewhere. I have a strong work ethic, maybe it comes from raising four kids.

God knows, I can work my fingers to the bone for Jesus. A few years back I heard Him say, “take care of yourself.” I figured my nap here and there was adequate rest for my endeavors to advance His kingdom on earth. I live by lists, checking off my to dos, proud of my accomplishments. My relationship with the Lord is part of my list: prayer time, Bible study, writing, outreach, travel etc. However, an unexpected procedure was coming to force me into rest.

Last September, I went into the ER for medicine for a stomach ache that kept showing up. Next thing you know, I was admitted for a gall stone and a procedure was scheduled for the next day. After that procedure, the following day was gall bladder removal. My gall bladder was the largest the doc had ever seen. Apparently I had been having silent attacks for a number of years. I don’t have time for this, I remember thinking, I have plans. I missed a drive across the country with my grandkids, as our daughter’s family was moving to Texas. I missed a Voice of the Apostles conference with Global Awakening. Next I missed a missions trip to Brazil.

During this rest season, which is extending beyond my recovery, I am experiencing God’s love in stillness. I feel His presence wrapped around me like a blanket. He loves me whether I sleep or preach. Just as a parent loves their newborn who can do nothing, God loves us while we can do nothing. Think about all those people in nursing homes, imprisoned, and in the hospital. It is foolish to think they are not loved. I ministered in nursing homes. They are called, “rest” homes. God loves them as much as He does the evangelist bringing in the multitudes.

The Lord will give us rest as we go to Him and lay our burdens down at the cross. He will refresh and renew our life filling us with His peace. Resting in the Lord is to sit at the feet of Jesus and listen. It’s worship and thanksgiving and an invitation to draw near to Him. It’s aligning with the kingdom of heaven. Forced rest became a season of delight with the understanding that rest is more than just sleep. A place of stillness, hearing His voice, receiving revelation and renewal, my life is forever changed.


2020 Perspective

Good morning friends! It’s a great year to be alive and participate with the plans and purposes of God for our nation! 2020 is the number for perfect vision, and I believe we will see an outpouring of dreams and visions releasing clarity of God’s plans and purposes! Take note of your dreams and seek God for interpretation. The Bible is full of people having dreams as a form of communication.

Joel 2:28 “And afterward, I will pour out My Spirit on all people. Your sons and daughters will prophesy, your old men will dream dreams, your young men will see visions. ”

God has been opening the eyes of His church, making aware the magnitude of demonic attack. The world is trying to dictate their agenda as being God’s, and we must be wise and discerning. As followers of Christ Jesus, we must not shrink back or allow compromise of His word to become a part of our assemblies. The Word of God, coupled with the Spirit of God, will bring new power into our churches with greater victories, bringing glory unto the Lord.

Isaiah 54:17 “No weapon forged against you will prevail.

Intercessory prayer in the church is no longer an option but a necessity. The power of prayer is our greatest weapon against the destroyer. The army of the Lord is arising and will take back what the enemy has stolen. I believe we shall see tables turned this year as the Lord reveals His truth and justice. Lots of warfare took place in 2019 and continues; however, I decree this year God’s army will regain stolen ground and conquer new ground.

Phil. 4:6 “Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.”

God is positioning His people in all spheres of society. We have the understanding that places of leadership and influence need godly men and women. The act of leading a quiet life while going to church is great, but if we are not reaching out to the world, it leaves opportunities for enemy takeover. If we are willing to surrender our lives to Him and allow Him to position us, God’s kingdom will advance, releasing salvation, healing and freedom.

Prov. 3:5-6 “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge , and He will make your paths straight.

Wisdom is a central theme this year. Mankind needs the wisdom of God to bring solutions to the chaos rampant in our world today. Rather than jumping into battle with swords ready to slay dragons, we need to posture ourselves to hear and listen. Listening prayer, hearing God’s plan, will give us the strategies to proceed in a godly manner. We must be intentional to listen and hear from God. The noise in the world is loud; however, I have hope that God’s people prevail because we are hearing His voice and learning how to respond to the enemy’s tactics.

Proverbs 2:6 “For the Lord gives wisdom, and from his mouth come knowledge and understanding. “

God is love. The posture of our heart must be one of love, not revenge. Praying for the lost, for those caught in the devil’s net, is what God calls us to do. If the entire Christian community released judgment and anger, no one would encounter the transforming love of the Father. We see God’s redemption for the thief on the cross. We see it all through scripture, God bringing restoration out of pain and woundedness. No one is beyond reach. Receiving God’s love brings salvation, healing and freedom. From this place of receiving, we love others with the love of Christ.

John 15:12 “My command is this: love each other as I have loved you.”

I believe we will see the glory of the Lord arising amidst the darkness this year, with power and love demonstrated on unprecedented levels. The enemy thinks he has the upper hand, but a mighty harvest is already in the beginning stages! God is opening our eyes and calling us into position to show the world the love and power of His Son, Jesus Christ. Let us not lose hope for our Almighty God is able to change a nation in a day!

Isaiah 60:1-3 “Arise, shine, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon you. See, darkness covers the earth and thick darkness is over the peoples, but the Lord rises upon you and His glory appears over you. Nations will come to your light, and kings to the brightness of your dawn. “


Political Encouragement

Do not let your Christmas be sabotaged by the impending impeachment news. The Lord recently encouraged me regarding His hand in our government and I felt led to share. I watched a clip on the news about how to make it through the holidays without arguing about politics. Disagreement or not, anger can arise over what’s taking place. Let’s be mindful of our conversations.

I was wondering and asking the Lord how He is going to clean sweep our government when evil has gained right of access and has permission to be there. Anytime enemy spirits occupy a territory, it is because they have an entry point. They have been granted or invited to come and bring their chaos and division. This is true of our political mountain. Looking at what’s taking place with the natural eye promotes a sense of foreboding, is our nation is doomed?

“Fear not! Only believe!” Mark 5:36

The news will not report the progress Trump is making. However, you can search this out. The list I read of all his accomplishments, was so extensive I did not finish. The following is what the Lord showed me and encouraged me with. His angel armies are positioned all around our governmental buildings. Trump has been able to accomplish the work of the Lord in the midst of the storm, due to angelic assistance and the prayers of the saints. Praying saints, praying the word of God, activates angels. They are here to assist the Lord’s plan of His “will to be done on earth as it is in heaven. “

Do not allow this season of celebration of the birth of our Savior, to be filled with anger and division over politics. Let’s watch over our words which can promote peace or discord. Jesus is the Prince of Peace and He provided the way for us to have peace in the midst of any storm. “Cast your care upon the Lord,” “pray in all circumstances,” and may “the joy of the lord be your strength!” Merry Christmas!