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  • Gary Fisher Great to be a part of a new and fresh social gathering place.
    Mar 12

  • Linda Bertram For I am the Lord your God who takes hold of your right hand and says to you, Do not fear; I will help you. Isaiah 41:13 | NIV During this time of uncertainty, God says He will help us! Isn't He a good God?
    Mar 27

  • gina k Any one follow Israel, I would like info on this twitter post.. Joel Lion @ambassadorlion Replying to @yanevskyy All Israeli diplomatic representations all over the world are closing 6:06 PM · Oct 29, 2019
    October 29, 2019

  • Garris Elkins Prophesy Hope to the Seed “Israel will remain a stump, like a tree that is cut down, but the stump will be a holy seed that will grow again" (Isaiah 6:13b) When I was a boy, I watched my father trim the mulberry trees that lined our driveway. When these trees were in full bloom, they provided a wonderful place of shade during the hot summer days. The first time my father trimmed these trees, I thought he had killed them. He literally cut them back to a stump and a few branches. But each year the trees grew back healthier and larger than before because within the DNA of the tree was a life and a structure that no amount of trimming could destroy. Life is like the mulberry trees of my youth; there are times when we get so trimmed, we wonder if we will ever grow back, and then life happens again. Once, when I read this verse from Isaiah 6, the words seemed to hang in the air. The Lord spoke to me, saying: I am raising up a host of prophets who will prophesy hope to the seed that remains in the stump. I never leave a stump without a seed. This seed contains the DNA of My life. It is activated and brought to life by hope. Raise your voice and speak hope to the seed that remains. The seed is waiting for the sound of hope. Do not focus on the stump. The stump only carries the seed. This present devastation is temporary. Words of hope are anchored in eternity. Rise up and stand before the stump just as My servant Noah did when I asked him to build the Ark. You will look foolish to those who only see the stump, but I will grow the seed and the tree will stand again. Prophesy to My seed. (excerpt from the book, Prayers from the Throne of God)
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