Time to Move Out Into Those Wide Open Spaces In Christ

5970202685_c187cfac72_zIt’s possible.

It’s impossible.

What do I believe?

Nothing is impossible with God. He delights in giving me dreams, visions and revelation that call me out from my safe comfortable existence. I share my hopes and dreams with those who dream big, who believe in walking in the possibilities of God in Christ Jesus. His purpose for me is kingdom oriented and supernaturally driven. It’s infused with eternal perspective that is my internal GPS system.

Each day I choose to believe God. I choose to believe His word.

For with God nothing will be impossible.” Luke 1:37

2017 is a year where my key words are possibility, faith, obedience and confidence.

Possibility brings me into wide-open spaces of exploration.

He stood me up on a wide-open field; I stood there saved—surprised to be loved! Psalms 18:19

Pushed to the wall, I called to God; from the wide-open spaces, he answered. God’s now at my side and I’m not afraid; who would dare lay a hand on me? God’s my strong champion; I flick off my enemies like flies. Far better to take refuge in God than trust in people; Far better to take refuge in God than trust in celebrities. Ps. 118:5-9

In a negative, chaotic world, I choose to believe in possibility, a wide-open space where Jesus takes my hand and Holy Spirit leads me into adventure. In this place, promises abound, hope is eternal, and destinies are walked out in purpose, contrary to the ways of the world. I refuse to live any other way now.

My dad was a negative person due to pain in his personal life. This atmosphere infused our home. Growing up believing that I will never measure up, I stood back, always observing, never engaging with life, never taking risks. Deliverance and healing came in Christ years ago when I received His salvation and His healing. Step by step He walked me out into total freedom into my life message of journey and adventure in the Holy Spirit. It keeps getting better and better each day.

PaintbrushPossibilities are real in the spiritual realm. I see them with eyes of faith and obey the Holy Spirit’s lead to walk them out in a broad place without fear or condemnation.

Timing of the manifestation of the promise is in God’s hands but once you see it in the Spirit, it is yours. Faith calls it forth and obedience walks it out. I partner with the Holy Spirit to manifest heaven on earth through my life in Christ.

Here’s how walk it all out in my life when I receive a promise from God.

Iceland is on my heart. God put it there. He’s a good God with a keen sense of humor. I see something about Iceland in commercials on TV, on the Internet, or while I am reading. It’s like He is saying, “There it is. What are you going to do about it?”

I know I’m called there so I’m putting it out there as an example of walking in faith in journey with Holy Spirit.

I can wait until someone contacts me or I can be proactive in the spirit and start where I am right now….believing in the possibilities that exist in His promise to me.

I take the visions or dreams that He gives me and I position myself in prayer. I prophesy to myself. I pray the vision out loud in declaration until I receive more vision. I thank God for this promise seeing myself there in this beautiful nation.

He then shows me a picture of a rock tumbler and rocks’ hitting against one another and I Google what a rock tumbler is. How does this picture spiritually reveal what God is saying about Iceland and its people? This is just a small part of one vision – walking out the now step by step into the future that is on the horizon.

My call – To motivate you to move in Christ into grand adventure in your Christian walk, believing nothing is impossible with Him. Keep walking this out with me………..

Possibility = adventure and journey in Christ Jesus

Faith = believe the promise at all times, even when you don’t quite see it

Obedience = walking out small steps day by day on this journey. Get moving!

Confidence = NOT in myself but in Jesus, who strengthens me, encourages me and leads me onward.



Living with Passion and Purpose in Christ

Hope Restored – Dream Again

Green DoorHope is a feeling of expectation and a desire for a certain thing to happen. Without hope, it seems that I can lose myself in shadows, like I’m wandering about in a room filled with promises given but never realized. Without hope restored, infused into the fiber of my life, I can sink down into a certain nothingness that consumes me.

Hope wants to open the door again, to call me out of that room into the light of day, where even though the promises may still be in the distance, the light of Christ brings me into the present reality of His unfailing love for me (and for you).

Without hope, my heart is sick, grieving, and sad. Hope infuses my heart with life and with light.

Unrelenting disappointment leaves you heartsick, but a sudden good break can turn life around. Proverbs 13:12 Message

Hope fires up my vision again. It renews my mind in truth. Hope sets itself against any lies of the enemy that seek to destroy my faith in the Faithful One, Jesus Christ.

Hope is the antidote to life’s ambiguity and uncertainty.

Hope restores and makes my heart beat again to the rhythm of God’s promises for me. Tweet That 

Hope rises up. I believe again and receive again.

Questions may still persist during this time of hope restoration. When? How? Has God really said? They test my resolve to stay focused on Jesus.

Yet, Hope does not disappoint me and relentlessly calls out to me loud and clear.

“Look to the One who is hope.”

As I take my eyes off of the circumstances and everything that seeks to weigh me down into life’s uncertainties, I look up to Jesus Christ, with focused intention to see Him.

Christ does not disappoint, never lets go, and never lets down.   Tweet That 


Can I believe such an absolute statement filled with light and life?

Nothing separates me from the love of Christ.

Hope is restored; Christ rises up within me, imparting a sense of complete rest. In Him I trust. The process of restoration may have its ups and downs but He is faithful. Hope infused with faith to move ahead, even when we don’t quite see it all yet.

“Rest in the journey,” He says to me.

Whatever God has promised gets stamped with the Yes of Jesus. In him, this is what we preach and pray, the great Amen, God’s Yes and our Yes together, gloriously evident. God affirms us, making us a sure thing in Christ, putting his Yes within us. By his Spirit he has stamped us with his eternal pledge––a sure beginning of what he is destined to complete. 2 Corinthians 1:20-22 Message



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