Verse for the day…=;)

Isaiah 58:11
And the Lord shall guide you continually and satisfy you in drought and in dry places and make strong your bones. And you shall be like a watered garden and like a spring of water whose waters fail not.

We all go through difficult times. Some are more difficult than others, but, be assured that in the midst of all trials, Jesus wants to bless you. He wants and desires to bless you in ways one can not comprehend. As we seek Him for each circumstance, there is blessing, one step closer to victories.

Life has many battles, but if you go to the end of the story, Jesus gives total victory to His people, He wins the war and so do we-you and I.

So dear ones, do not grow weary and tired as we are faced with trials, we are not going through them alone. Jesus’ presence is very real. One may not feel or sence Him there, but He is. Allow God to touch your life, it may hurt, but the blessings one receives, as you allow-let Him work in your life, you will never be the same. Submitting to His will, will always give glory and honor to Jesus. As one give Him this place He reveals Himself to you AND you will never be the same as you once were.

I pray for you as you give your lives and heart to Jesus. We are tried through fiery trials but as we go through them I trust we will see the hope in the Lord and experience His grace in the midst of it all. You/we will come through these fiery trials as pure gold, spotless and blameless as we submit and obey in the place the Lord has put or allowed us to be.

God bless you abundantly today.


Verse for the day…..=;D


Supporting One Another - photo taken by Candy Clonts

Romans 12:15
Rejoice with those who rejoice [sharing others’ joy], and weep with those who weep [sharing others’ grief].

Question: Do we have the sensitivity of heart to feel what another is going through-joys or sorrows, maybe in between these two?

Answer: Yes, I believe we can. If our heart is one with God, He creates a sensitivity in us that we don’t usually have naturally, if we seem to, we don’t act on it. But God, creates such an emotion in us if we love Him we will love and care for others. Allow yourself to be sensitive to the moving of the Holy Spirit in your life. Rejoice with people…that seems to be the easy one to do with others, easier to respond to. Cry with those that hurt in ways you may not understand, sit, just sit

Support Leads to Joy - photo by Candy Clonts

and listen to ones that are frustrated or may have feelings of being indifferent, this is harder to do….so pray for them in your prayer closets and for yourself like the dickens. When you learn to allow

yourself to have these feelings and emotions for others, then you are allowing the Lord to cause you to love others in ways you never knew. 

God bless you as you hope in Jesus and receive His grace for you as you seek Him.

Recipe For A Miracle

1 cup Tension – 2 cups Stress 
1 teaspoon of Guilt 
2 heaping cups of Limited Time – 3/4 tablespoon of Urgency 
A dash of “No Other Choice” 
3 heaping cups of Faith 

Fold ingredients gently into a  bowl. Mix vigorously and add a few  tears. You’ll sweat a little as you knead the dough. Pack it firmly  between your hopes and dreams and form into a perfect little ball. 

Sprinkle it with a little  faith (I recommend Hebrews 11), rolling the ball in the flour until fully covered.  Place it under a veil of belief and allow it to rise.  Put it in an oven that has been pre-set at the perfect temperature for the  heat of trials and tribulations. 

Allow it to brown under the warmth of God’s love. Remove after due season and allow to cool in the confidence of His promise.

Garnish with your praises. Arrange neatly on a platter of thankfulness and serve to 
friends, families and, oh yes, strangers . . . invite them too! 

Pass on the recipe to all who request it and let them know that with this recipe, they have the makings of a miracle!

God bless you as you enjoy this recipe. I trust as you use this recipe you will find and receive the hope and grace Jesus has for you as you seek Him for your daily “miracles”….for those BIG ones also.

*Recipe Used by pemission by Maggie Ann Lamont Tetmeyer at

Used by Permission by Larry Van Pelt at