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Consecration is a process and as most processes do, it takes time. It not only takes an investment of your time and energy, but it also takes an investment of your passion and focus. It also simply takes a while to see progress and see changes in your life. It takes making yourself soft and pliable in The Master’s hand and it takes many trips back to the Potter’s Wheel.

There is nothing more amazing than being changed. Only God is able to deeply change us. Only God is able to change those things about us that, not only do others not like, but we don’t like either! Moral failings and character flaws become deeply ingrained and it takes time, persistence, determination and a lot of God to change. Through all of this, your relationship with Jesus becomes deeper, richer and more spousal in nature. You will, at some point, be lovingly amazed when you can finally say, “I love you, Jesus, more than anybody or anything.” Like I say, consecration takes time…time you will never regret spent in the presence of the King of Kings… Like Mark Morgan says, “The Name of Jesus is GREATER! The Blood of Jesus is more POWERFUL! And HIS WORD HAS BEEN EXALTED ABOVE IT ALL!”

I have written mostly about consecration, but since not all of my writings fall into that category, I have added other categories too. I will probably keep on adding as my life and therefore my writing changes direction. Just click on the category and you will be taken to that page.

Be blessed!

Nancy


Crushing of the Rose – Series

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Crushing of the Rose. Pt 1

BY OCTOBER 7, 2014 JOURNEY THROUGH CONSECRATION

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“Lord”, my voice broke again as fresh tears splashed down my face. “I feel like the desert in me blossomed, but I was left on the vine. Now my blossom has become overblown and the petals are starting to fall.” (Isaiah 35:1 “The wilderness and the solitary place shall be glad for them; and the desert shall rejoice, and blossom as the rose.”) (see previous posts) The splashing tears became heavy sobs once again and  I said to myself as much as to the to Lord, “So what does a person do with such deep disappointment?” Read More

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Crushing of the Rose: Pt.2

BY OCTOBER 31, 2014 JOURNEY THROUGH CONSECRATION

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“That thing is going to come right through the window at me…”, I thought. I had been warfare praying and felt to open my eyes. I looked out into the darkness and saw the presence I had felt. It was a huge, dappled gray deer standing at the edge of my yard, looking into my house toward me. Read More

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Crushing of the Rose: Pt. 3

BY NOVEMBER 19, 2014 JOURNEY THROUGH CONSECRATION

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“It is dangerous to have a prophet in your life, Sister.” My pastor’s Bolivian accent made the words he spoke take on a portentous undertone. Though he was telling me of times he had delivered prophetic messages that had not been heeded, it felt suddenly as though his words were meant for me. Read More

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Crushing of the Rose Pt. 4

BY JANUARY 12, 2015 JOURNEY THROUGH CONSECRATION

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“Sister, I believe I have a Word from the Lord for you.”  My dear friend and her husband stood at the front door of my house. They had their coats on and had been preparing to leave after a lovely visit. She turned to her husband after her surprising announcement, seeking his approval. He gestured for her to continue. I stepped forward to receive what she was about to say. Read More

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Burden Bearer – Series

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Burden Bearer – Pt. 1

BY OCTOBER 7, 2014 JOURNEY THROUGH CONSECRATION

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Be a Burden Bearer”, the silent whisper of the Lord spoke to me. I had sat down in my big chair to finish a wonderful book by Robert E Henson, called “Breath… Read More

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Burden Bearer: Pt. 2

BY JANUARY 28, 2015 JOURNEY THROUGH CONSECRATION

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The mixed group looked on in expectation as, with a troubled face, the woman carefully framed their question. In her heavily accented, broken English she asked me, “Sister, how do we, as singles, stay out of trouble when we are tempted?”

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