Perceive It

“Remember not the former things,    nor consider the things of old.Behold, I am doing a new thing;    now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?I will make a way in the wilderness    and rivers in the desert. Isaiah 43:18-19 So often when it comes to stepping out, I expect that God will use me in the way... Continue Reading →

Don’t Hibernate

God did not design us to remain inactive, to hibernate in the world around us; He created us to step out. He did not design us to stay, but to go. We are called to go into our prayer closets. We can accomplish more in five minutes in prayer than all our efforts combined. “But... Continue Reading →


Webster’s Dictionary defines enable as: 1 a: to provide with the means or opportunityb: to make possible, practical, or easyc: to cause to operate2: to give legal power, capacity, or sanction to The Lord enables us to step out if we will keep our eyes open to the opportunities that He places before us. Isaiah... Continue Reading →

It Takes Patience

I love helping other people. It is an area where I have always felt called to step out. I even made a career of it. Compassion has always been a gift that God has given me, the ability to see most people through His eyes. Every now and then I will come across someone that... Continue Reading →

Be Persistent

I feel like stepping out successfully for God requires that we persistently seek Him. The three areas that I see we need to persistent seek Him in are 1) His presence 2) His Word 3) Prayer. We can not accomplish anything that God desires for us on our own. If we could, we would have... Continue Reading →

Change my perception

One definition according to Oxford language of perception is a way of regarding, understanding, or interpreting something; a mental impression. There is a saying “whether you think that you can, or think that you can’t, your right.” If you perceive that you can do something you are going to give it your best. Even if... Continue Reading →

Be careful who you resemble

I grew up in a church where only the person with the microphone prayed aloud. I had seen people open a service in prayer, or pray over a specific part of the service, but never participated or witnessed a corporate prayer meeting. I remember the first time I went to a corporate prayer meeting and... Continue Reading →

Take Time to Recuperate

We live in a world that tells us that we have to go, go go. It is a works based mentality that says we are only successful if we are constantly busy doing something. There is this often spoken, sometimes silent message that our worth comes from how much we can accomplish. We feel compelled... Continue Reading →

Live Peaceable

Oxford Languages defines peaceable as inclined to avoid argument or violent conflict. Sorry, that does not describe me. I am one of those people who face an argument head on. I will deescalate something that can turn violent. Up to that point, I have always been one to engage in the battle, if not the... Continue Reading →

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