Plant and Trust

few months ago the Father opened my eyes to how much the farmers work, day in and day out and into the night at times.  I was just driving past a farm that I always go past and I kept seeing how much work they do.  Yes, I have realized this before but it hit me how much we complain everyday about stupid little things and farmers are out there working so hard doing what they need to do so their crops get harvested or cows get milked etc.   


decided to interview Sue and Lynn Eberly who own a farm.  I have never been around a farm so I have no experience as to what all they go through.  Here are some things that were highlighted to me during their interview. 


Lynn had explained that he had been living at that farm since he was one.  His dad had the farm and as the years went on, him and his wife Sue had a partnership with his dad for 6 years and then later bought the business and then bought the farm.  This spoke about inheritance to me.  Even though they bought the business and farm they were still given the inheritance of how to run a business and farm so they had something to have for themselves and their family.  It is so important what we do now on a daily basis.  Everyone around us is watching, listening.  Especially our families.  What we do or say is taken in and digested and then especially our kids will then go and do and say what we do and say.  What we teach them is directly affecting their future.   


 “During the day, be ready for interruptions.  You are not available to what God has for you if you are not open to interruptions.” – Sue Eberly 


How many times do we go about our day and schedule what we do and not consider what He desires for us to do that day?  Being open to interruptions allows our heart to tune into His heart for us as it may be for us to do something out of the norm or routine of the day.   


One of the things I asked Lynn and Sue was what was one thing that was challenging to them and how did they overcome it?  Lynn mentioned that his identity was in milking cows. It was getting stressful to be able to make any money off milking.  So, they prayed and preplanned and nothing came out as planned but it was God working things out.  They told the Father, I am done.  There is nothing else we can do.  They attended church one Sunday and the pastor was talking about 2 Chronicles 20.  “I don’t know what to do but my eyes are on you.” They kept their faith even through the unknown times.   



Not having rain is also something that is challenging and very stressful for them.  “We plant the seed and expect to get a crop. It’s up to God to water it.” – Lynn Eberly  Such amazing faith each and every year believing and knowing that He is faithful and will bring the rain and the harvest.   


“We plant in faith.  Put a lot of money in the ground like buried treasure and then wait expectantly for the Lord to do His part.  It’s all out of our control but we have the faith that things will grow and no matter what happens, whether there is a lot of harvest or not so much we will do it again the next year with a renewed faith of another growing season.  We are like this with our walk with God.  We have faith in God, no matter what.  Just because something doesn’t turn out as expected we don’t walk away from our faith but because Jesus is deep within us we press on fighting the fight, run the race and keep the faith, we press on because that is just who we are.  I have found the rewards of farm life to greatly outweigh the challenges.  It has a way of keeping me deeply rooted in Jesus out of need, praise, and many many parallels with scripture.” 

There is so much in that last paragraph.  “We plant in faith.”  Many times when we are parenting, ministering, teaching etc., we don’t always SEE what is happening in the other’s hearts.  We may think what we teach or say is hitting the ground and not being absorbed.  The outcome with our kids, people we are in relationship with or ministering to may be different than what we had in mind but it doesn’t mean the Father isn’t faithful.  You don’t walk away from the faith of knowing He is working in their lives.

“No matter what happens, whether there is a lot of harvest or not so much we will do it again the next year with a renewed faith of another growing season.” 

Yes!  Staying steady and firm in our faith when things don’t go as planned or desired and knowing He will be faithful in that.  So, pastors, leaders, teachers, moms, dads, any of you, know that what you are teaching and ministering to those around you is making a difference.  He spoke through you.  They heard.  It was planted.  Now Trust Him.

What are you thinking?

On Sunday Dec 3rd,  during worship I saw myself standing at a staircase.  It lead right up to the Father on His throne.

In the natural I heard Erin Roat and someone else laughing.  Almost like a laugh you would have with excitement when a rollercoaster was right at the top of a hill and about to go down.
Then, back to the vision I heard the Father say are you ready? I want to take you deeper into my heart but there is a cost.  The cost of letting go of mind sets that keeps you from fully entering into my heart.
When I went to speak this in front that Sunday something a little different came out of my mouth.  It was more or less the same except that I said that there were patterns in our thoughts that were keeping us from fully entering into the deep places of His heart.
Later Leslie confirmed with me that she had just looked at a scripture about do not be conformed to this world…transform your mind and the NIV version says do not be conformed to the patterns of this world.  She had been praying that we would become aware of and change the patterns that don’t make sense in our lives, that hold us back.
The next day, Dec. 4th, I was listening to some worship music that night and I saw myself entering a castle doorway.  I was a messenger telling everyone to get their armor on and to get ready.  We left to go to battle on horses ready to fight.  We were not fighting against people but thoughts and lies that we have let into our minds that keep us from fully being who we are in HIm.
We had full armor and everything we needed to fight against these lies.  Some of the people went to fight eager and strong and ready and determined and did well.  Others that went started off strong and then fell.  Those that were strong came to help them.  Then, there were others who didn’t leave the castle.  They already gave up and were convinced they couldn’t do it.  Or they were too afraid or they were talking badly about the battle or what was taking place.  They were left behind because they chose not to go forward.  They missed what was on the other side which was freedom.
Then, on December 6th, I was eating lunch and I felt like the Father spoke to me to read Romans 8.  It talks about how there is no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.  Yes we have heard this before but read on.  Jesus was the offering for us so we could walk according to the Spirit.  But those who walk according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh.  The mind that is set on the things of the flesh is death but the mind set on things of the Spirit is life and peace.  This is why when our minds are set on the flesh we can not please God.
But, we ARE in the Spirit!  We  belong to Jesus.  He dwells in us!
In Verse 12 it says that we are under obligation not to the flesh but to the Sprit!  We are to put to death the deeds of the body and we will live.  For all who are being lead by the Spirit of God are sons of God.
Verse 15 For you have not received a spirit again to slavery leading to fear, but you have received a spirit of adoption as sons by which we cry out Abba!  Father!.
Verse 18 talks about the sufferings of our current time are not worthy of the comparison with the glory that is to be revealed to us.  For the anxious longing of the creation waits eagerly for the revealing of the sons of God…
Then it goes on about how creation is not set free yet from the slavery of corruption because the sons are not aware of who they are in Him!
Verse 22 For we know that the whole creation groans and suffers the pains of childbirth together until now.  23 And we not only this, but also we ourselves, having the first fruits of the Spirit, even waiting eagerly for our adoption as sons, the redemption of our body.
I believe that this is pointing to we need to be careful of our thoughts.  In the beginning of Romans 8  it talks about us being lead by the flesh or by the Spirit and what each is like.  All of creation, including people because we are of creation also, groans waiting for us to know who we are as sons.  Like as in childbirth.  Waiting to birth LIFE!  Waiting.  They are waiting for us to come forth and know who we are so LIFE can come.  We even are groaning within ourselves waiting eagerly for our adoption as sons.
We need to fight the thoughts that keep us from knowing and walking out our sonship.  This brings me back to the vision that I had.  The Father was tying it all together for me.  We may not know how to pray about things about how to get rid of the thoughts that keep us from moving forward and getting free to know His heart deeply but His Spirit is interceding for us with groanings too deep for words.
So, what are we waiting for?  The rest of Romans 8 says God causes ALL things to work together for our good to those who love God.  Also that He already has a plan for us.  He was of the firstborn among many who has been called who He justified and glorified!  He was the first of many meaning the first of those being born after Him which includes us.
If God is for us who can be against us?
I am challenging myself to watch my thoughts.  To catch myself when I start to think things that are not the way He would think.  He wants us to go so deep into His heart WITH HIm.  He wants to speak to us in new ways and show us new things.  He wants us to walk out our sonship here.  Creation is waiting for us.  A way to go forward in this is by watching our thoughts.  They can lead us into His heart or away from it.
Will you join me in doing this?  I have shared this with several people and knowing that I am being tested even now in what I write and I am thankful that the Father shared this with me.  I just feel this determination to go and take people’s hands and pull them up and help them see who they really are and to see how much He really is in them.  He has so much for us but our thoughts can derail us or distract us from that very thing.  Don’t be afraid to let go and be in His peace and know that He is completely with you.  Stay focused and lock eyes with Him and His love for you.

His Love is Enough

I was late to church on Sunday.  When I got there I was praying about what was going on in worship.  I was getting Isaiah 55.  Now I am not as experienced with the meaning of scriptures as I would like to be but I have been seeing differently lately as He has been showing me things I have never seen before.  I knew in my heart He was showing me something.  That we have been focused on the things that we don’t have or on the things that are happening in our life at that time instead of on His love.  I was experiencing that His love is enough.  That regardless of what was happening.  Look at what He did for us.  His love truly covers ALL. As Mark would say, ” What does it cover?” ALL!  So we don’t have to focus on those things.  Only on His love for us.  Because He knows our needs.  His love IS enough!

Then, I was hearing others saying the same things.  I have been in a time of encouragement with the Lord that I do hear from God just like everyone does.  I have been so paranoid of misrepresenting God that I tend to doubt what I am hearing.  I also know there is a price to speaking as I need to make sure my heart is taking what He is showing me.  So, I first need to speak it to me.  Timing is tricky and I am still learning this also.  I know sharing this blog that there is a cost.  I will probably be tested on this.  Even though I  hesitate, I know He knows my heart and I am willing to take the risk.

Anyway, back to Isaiah 55…

Isaiah 55

“Ho! Every one who thirsts, come to the waters;
And you who have no moneycome, buy and eat.
Come, buy wine and milk
Without money and without cost.”

Jesus is calling us to come to Him and freely take part of His amazing goodness.  His beautiful bounty.  His ever lasting love.  He already took care of the cost for us.  No matter what we have done or have not done.  No matter what we are in right now.  His goodness, love, mercy, grace, abundance is free!  Draw near to Him because He doesn’t see anything but your heart!

“Why do you spend money for what is not bread,
And your wages for what does not satisfy?
Listen carefully to Me, and eat what is good,
And delight yourself in abundance.

Incline your ear and come to Me.
Listen, that you may live;
And I will make an everlasting covenant with you,
According to the faithful mercies shown to David.”

I don’t think He is talking about food here.  I think He is talking about why do we take part in things that are not of Him. Why do we fill our heads with things that are not true.  Worry about things that are of no need to worry about.  Believe lies.  Focus on what we don’t have.  Eat of the things that bring death.  (Take part in filling our minds with false truth) He is full of abundance waiting to give it to us.  Focus on His abundance.  He is life.  He knows our needs.  He knows  our situations.  He is for us.  Let all other things go and enjoy Him!  If he has made an everlasting covenant with us according to the faithful mercies shown to David then why do we choose to worry and be afraid?

“Behold, I have made him a witness to the peoples,
A leader and commander for the peoples.

Behold, you will call a nation you do not know,
And a nation which knows you not will run to you,
Because of the LORD your God, even the Holy One of Israel;
For He has glorified you.”

Amanda Wong was talking about how people will come to you because they hunger for what you have which is Jesus.  They will want what you delight in.  They will run to you because they see Jesus in you.

For me I need to daily renew my mind to His truth.  I so often allow my thoughts to go negative and into the victim mentality.  What a way to allow satan to keep us from fulfilling what Jesus put us here for.  As long as we are focused on ourselves we won’t partake of all that He has for us which is to draw others to Jesus.  Just by fully being who we are in Him is all we need to do!

“Seek the LORD while He may be found;
Call upon Him while He is near.

Let the wicked forsake his way
And the unrighteous man his thoughts;
And let him return to the LORD,
And He will have compassion on him,
And to our God,
For He will abundantly pardon.”

I take this as a time to repent for allowing ourselves to think other than what Jesus fully intended us to think.  He will abundantly forgive!  Father forgive me where I have clung to what is familiar and comfortable.  To things that are not risky and complaisant. Help me to watch what I think and correct it in that moment so I can go and take part of your goodness and draw others to do the same.

“For My thoughts are not your thoughts,
Nor are your ways My ways,” declares the LORD.

For as the heavens are higher than the earth,
So are My ways higher than your ways
And My thoughts than your thoughts

For as the rain and the snow come down from heaven,
And do not return there without watering the earth
And making it bear and sprout,
And furnishing seed to the sower and bread to the eater;”

Our thoughts are not His thoughts.  I can’t even imagine the thoughts He has about us.  Full of life, encouragement, excitement, being proud, love, grace, forgiveness, gentleness. Let us tune our ears to hearing His voice.  It says it will rain and snow from heaven and will water the Earth, make it sprout and will provide.  He will provide all of our needs.  We may not understand why things are happening the way they are but He does.  We can trust the one who Loves us more than anyone.  Who wants only the best for us.

“So will My word be which goes forth from My mouth;
It will not return to Me empty,
Without accomplishing what I desire,
And without succeeding in the matter for which I sent it.

For you will go out with joy
And be led forth with peace;
The mountains and the hills will break forth into shouts of joy before you,
And all the trees of the field will clap their hands.”

Instead of the thorn bush the cypress will come up,
And instead of the nettle the myrtle will come up,
And it will be a memorial to the LORD,
For an everlasting sign which will not be cut off.”

His words will go forth and accomplish all that He desires.  When we choose to think the way Jesus thinks we will receive joy, peace, favor, encouragement.  He comes forth from us.  Life comes forth from us.

This is an everlasting sign that will never be taken away.


At WHO on Sunday, Ben asked for those who were struggling with waiting for a thing that they had been praying for to come up front for prayer.  So many responded to this including me.  I didn’t want to.  I wanted to pray for those that were up there and I was, in my heart, but I knew there was something that the Father was tugging at me to get prayer for.  I walked in with it that morning.  I was discouraged, frustrated, feeling like is this prayer ever going to be answered.

I am definitely not a scholar in the scriptures but I will share with you what the Father was showing me. I welcome you to share your thoughts also!!

This morning I was praying about what scripture the Father would have me study.  He brought me to Hebrews 11.  I backed up to Hebrews 10 and read Heb 10:37, 38 and 39:

37″For yet in a very little while, He who is coming will come, and will not delay, 38But My righteous one shall live by Faith; And if he shrinks back, my soul has no pleasure in him.

39But we are not of those who shrink back to destruction, but of those who have faith to the preserving (possession or charge) of the soul.”

This I believe is explaining that Jesus is coming to help us but there is a time period that we have to practice Faith.  (But my righteous shall live by faith)  To put in motion the Faith that He has put in us to trust Him for what is happening or what we are waiting for.

If we shrink back and be stagnant we miss the opportunity to exercise faith and James 2:14.  We need to have the works of believing for His will to be done and trust Him in the waiting.

Back to Hebrews 11:

“Now faith is the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction (or evidence) of things not seen. 2For by it the men of old gained approval.”

Does this mean that we gain approval from the Father by having faith?

3″By faith we understand that the worlds were prepared by the word of God, so that what is seen was not made out of things which are visible.”

Then it lists a lot of people who went forth in believing God for what they hoped for.  Some died without seeing it fully come forth.  But they died in faith that it would.  This was pleasing and favorable to God.

One that stood out to me was Sarah.  She wanting a baby and couldn’t conceive.  She had Hagar conceive with Abraham and had Ishmael to try to fulfill this want and it just made her jealous of Hagar.  She tried to bring forth a promise in the flesh and it didn’t work.  Making things happen won’t work.  Also, when Abraham told Sarah she was going to have a baby she laughed.  In both of these examples, to me that doesn’t sound like she was having faith, yet in Hebrews 11:11 It says by FAITH she received the ability to conceive.  God still sees our heart even when we are struggling to believe.  When we make mistakes, He is so faithful and sees our heart and desire to want to have faith.

Now God could have just miraculously given her the baby.  She was very old. 100 years to be exact.  She still had to birth that baby!  God could have saved her that pain and risk but instead gave her the beautiful ability to conceive with Abraham.  Experience the pregnancy.  The worries, the fears and joys and excitement of being pregnant.  Then, she birthed Isaac who then they would be tested to give up later.

We still have to birth the thing He puts inside of us to have faith for and we do that by having that time of faith.  Like back in Hebrews 10:37.

If you need some refreshers on those who practiced faith read Hebrews 11.  But, in Hebrews 12:1 and 2 it says:

1″Therefore, since we have so great a cloud of witnesses surrounding us, (people are watching us and what we do or say), let us lay aside every encumbrance and the sin which so easily entangles us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, 2fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of faith, who for the joy set before Him endured the cross, despising shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.”

Is not having faith a sin?  I would say yes because He gave it to us to use.  Let us lay aside our disbelief, our frustration of not seeing that thing come to pass and pick up trust and run with it!  What if the thing that Mark Durniak was talking about with putting something down and picking something up was as simple as putting down our own disbeliefs and picking up FAITH and TRUST and going forth and running with it?


He is calling you up higher… To serve.


Oh my goodness there is so much to say about this subject.  I am learning as I write this.

It is 1:40am and I photographed a wedding technically yesterday.  It was a 10 hour day and when I came home I won’t lie, I felt like crying I was so exhausted.  But, there was an amazing thing that happened at this wedding.  The Groom washed his bride’s feet.

This triggered me to look into why Jesus washed His disciples feet.  In John 13 it starts by talking about just before the Passover Feast.  Well then  I had to look at the Passover Feast.   It was a celebration of being free of captivity.  It is a national celebration of freedom through God’s intervention and deliverance.

Judas who we all know as the one who betrayed Jesus was there amongst them.  Jesus put on a towel and was getting ready to do a foot washing of the disciples.  Peter said for Him to never wash His feet.  He didn’t want to have Jesus be doing such lowly things.  Jesus’ reply to him was that if Peter didn’t let Him wash his feet that he couldn’t be a part of Him.  In the message it says:

John 13:8

Peter persisted, “You’re not going to wash my feet—ever!”

Jesus said, “If I don’t wash you, you can’t be part of what I’m doing.”


Peter then said for Him to wash all of him as he of course wanted to be apart of what Jesus was doing.  The disciples thought so highly of Him that they couldn’t stand to see Him wash their feet.  As He explains later that even though He is seen as a Master and Teacher He still put Himself as a servant and washed their feet.  He then says for them to also allow for washing of each others feet.  He set an example.  Jesus knew Judas would betray Him and that Peter would deny Him.  Yet He still washed their feet.

Let me stop right here for a moment.

First of all the Passover Feast was about to happen.  One of celebrating deliverance of captivity because of God’s Devine intervention.  But, Jesus shows His love and forgiveness to them knowing what was about to happen.  He was already showing to them personally how to become free of captivity.  Wash each others  feet.  Put others first knowing they will deny you and betray you.  It doesn’t matter if they will.  We are to wash their feet.  Of course you can do this naturally but in your heart see them as one who you will serve.  Yes your enemies and ones you don’t know and you do know will deny you and betray you.  A heart of true love towards them.  (Jesus help me to do this!)

I also saw that during the wedding today when I saw the groom wash his bride’s feet that this was a prophetic picture of what Jesus is doing right now to His bride if you allow Him to.  He wants to come and wash you.  He is calling those to come and follow Him but He wants to wash you.  Allow Him to wash you so you can fully be used by Him.  I know it isn’t easy or without pain but man I truly  want to be used by Jesus FULLY!  I am not saying that Jesus can’t use you if you don’t allow this to happen but I think Jesus won’t  have every area of your heart if you don’t which in turn won’t allow you to be used fully.  Be all in with Jesus!! Allow Him to show you His love and forgiveness for you in every area of your life.

I have heard from others that when you “teach” about something expect to be tested on it so I write this with hesitation.  I don’t want to be denied or betrayed but it will happen as the scripture says don’t be surprised when these things happen because it happened to Jesus.

Jesus thank you for your amazing example of humility, love and forgiveness.  Truly seeing everyone with the eyes of love and wanting them to come into their fullness.  I am excited and so very thankful that you are calling us up higher to serve others even those who will deny or betray or hurt us.  Jesus help us to see how you see.  Let our hearts NOW see others with your love and forgiveness.

Love you all!


Let Them Go Through the Hard Stuff

One of the hardest things as parents is letting your child go through the tough hard things.  The Mamma and Pappa bear want to shield and protect and keep our kids or family or friends from the painful hard things.  Its a struggle to even say this but we have to let them go through it so they see how to problem solve, see how much those that care about them love them and to see Jesus in themselves and in the situation.  Let your kids, friends and family go through the hard stuff.  When they do you will see the fruit of your labor come forth and you will sit back in awe of what Jesus has done in your kids, family or friendship through the years.  Its painful for us to see but it is necessary for their growth and relationship with the Father.  Jesus does it with us, we need to do it with our children, family and friends too.

I was watching Kinzy during worship one Sunday. She was walking around freely full of joy on the stage. She had stepped off the stage and fell a little. Chris was watching the whole time. When she fell he remained steady not flinching and confident she was ok. She had gotten up totally fine and was continuing her confident and joyful walk. Then, she started to walk too far and Chris went after her brought her back and held her. She wanted to get down. He kept holding her tight. She was squirming and cried to get down. He pulled her closer and held her tight. She eventually relaxed and rested in Chris’ arms.

I thought this was a wonderful picture of how The Father is with us. He is watching us and over us and if we fall a little and he knows we will be ok and He doesn’t move. He remains confident in what we are doing. (I think if He did move and come and comfort us we would rely too much on our feelings). Then, if we start walking away too far He will come and find us and bring us back and hold us tight even if we don’t want to be held and just cover us with His love. At first we kick and scream but then we surrender and accept the love and rest in Him.

If you are going through a time that feels like why is God allowing me to go through this hard time.  Where is He?  I don’t understand why He isn’t making this hard thing go away. If you are feeling this please know He is with you.  He has a purpose for the hard things.  Go to someone and tell them what is going on.  Have an open heart toward the Lord to show you what is in the hard stuff.  He is always faithful.  Or do you have someone you know or a loved one who is going through it?  Protect them with prayer and support by talking with them.  Watch what the Lord will do.  Obviously if the situation is not safe or healthy intervene.  Otherwise, allow for them to go through it.  If they don’t this time, another time will come so they can learn what needs to be learned.

I ask that God’s love surrounds you and brings you peace.  Allow Him to cover you in His love.  Don’t allow walls of bitterness to come up towards Him.  Even If you do he will just come find you and hold you until you kick and scream and then surrender to His love and rest.

Love you!



Allow For Fire

On Sunday during worship we sang “Baptize My Heart”.

As we sang Baptize my heart with your fire, I don’t want to be offended.  I knew in my heart that I needed to be on my knees before the Father asking Him to baptize my heart with fire so I won’t be offended.  What offenses?  As He moves on those that are around me what will that look like?  When the Father is dealing with my husband’s heart or my friends heart or MY heart what will that be like?  I don’t want to be offended and miss what the Father is doing.  I want to be so open to being used by Him that nothing holds me back to being apart and being there for anyone.  ANYONE!  In order to do this the fire has to burn out of my heart what is not of Him.

Wellll, little did I realize what I was praying over my heart on Sunday as when Monday night came along I was shown by the Father an area in my life that needed to be dealt with.  I am being real with you all and that is not a comfortable place for me but its ok.  Bob and I had a disagreement that was not pretty and was just down right aweful.  I knew it was just ridiculous.  How many times do we argue with someone and it is just such stupid things to be arguing about?  Anyway, I knew in my Spirit even in the midst of what was happening that I had a choice to turn from it and be a Son or continue being in my flesh.  We didn’t end the night with an I am sorry or anything close to it but the next day…

I was editing while I was worshiping and the Father spoke to me about how I prayed on Sunday to have him baptize my heart with His fire and that I didn’t want to be offended.  He was answering the very thing I prayed on Sunday.  I hadn’t realized what that was going to look like.

Before I started editing and worshiping Tuesday AM I was really feeling like I should lock our front door.  I don’t usually do that when everyone leaves but this day I felt I was suppose to.  As I was in the place of worship and revelation there was a sound at the front of our home.  My dog ran up to the window and growled and barked.  I looked over and some guy was walking along our house but right up next to the window.  I have no idea who it was but I was calling my dog over to stop her from barking and told her it was ok.  I was not afraid.  At all!  In that place of worship fear has no place.  It is foreign.

I went to bible study Wednesday night and I have to say after going non stop through out the day I did not want to go.  I was tired and wanted to be at home.  When bible study started I was trying to follow what all Mark was saying and I just wasn’t getting it or getting into it (not his fault!).  Then, about 20 minutes into it I got it.  “What is the definition of a son?  One that has the nature and character of the Father.  A son can not help but display His DNA.  If you are a servant you will display someone else’s DNA when times are tough.  When you are a son you bleed Him.  You sweat Him.  When you are in the midst of trial you are like the character of the Father.  Fire comes to burn our flesh.  Flesh = the law of sin and death.  But it burns so the Son or the original you can arise. ” – Mark Durniak

My Father, please even though I am afraid to pray this, burn out of my heart what does not align with being a son.  All of the habits, fears, false humility, offenses.  I know it is a process and it will hurt but I am willing to go through whatever it is that you need to do in me so I can be more of a son.  I know you won’t allow me to go through anything that I can’t handle.  I put my trust in you.

The reason I am sharing all of this is #1- please keep pressing in.  Keep allowing the fire to burn as He wants to shine through you and bring forth the son in you!  #2- make every effort to be at bible study or watch it from the website.  No I truly mean it!  Get to bible study because I am telling you it is amazing to hear truth and the revelation that comes from Mark or whoever is speaking but also from those that are there.

I am so hungry for what the Father is doing and will be doing around me through me and IN ALL OF YOU!  Please allow the process to go forth.  The Father wants to use you and have the son arise in you!!