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December 8th, 2013

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Book Coming!

November 22nd, 2013

My 1st book is at the publishers TEACH Services. The book is titled “God’s Triumphant Love: Fall in Love with Jesus all Over Again!”

It’s is about the love relationship between God the Father, Jesus, and Lucifer; the fall, and God’s love for His children. The book is 12 chapters and includes a short appendix about Sanctuary Prayer.

Look for updates on the progress of my 1st book!

7 Trumpets for Today

March 27th, 2012

                                                                                                                                                                November 16, 2011

Dear Friends,

I am writing this introductory letter to all who read the following article on my current insights on the seven trumpets of Revelation 8-11, and also the result of my study of Daniel 12. I do not claim these insights to be exhaustive, but an overview which will stimulate prayerful study and further discovery.

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Thoughts on Bible Versions

January 5th, 2012


From time to time over the past twenty-five years, I have been appraised of the opinions of some who feel that the only legitimate version of the Bible is the KJV, and possibly the NKJV, since it is based mainly upon the original KJV. Since I have chosen the NIV as the Bible I use the most, I have had sincere souls express their concern that I will be led astray, and/or lead others astray by the use of this version. I have been given tomes to read on the subject; I have received counsel that ranges from worried concern to assertions that it is inspired by the Devil to destroy the Remnant church. As a result, I have taken it to the Lord and asked for guidance, and have personally studied out the differences which have come to my attention, either from others, or from my own discovery. The following article contains a few examples of my research, and some thoughts which may be helpful in understanding why I and perhaps others choose to use the NIV. Read the rest of this entry »

Making an End of Sin

January 4th, 2012


The list of accomplishments which were prophesied in Daniel 9:24 to be fulfilled by the coming of Jesus, the promised Messiah, is astounding. Through His life, ministry, death, resurrection, ascension and mediation, He would “finish transgression, put an end to sin, atone for wickedness, bring in everlasting righteousness, seal up vision and prophecy and anoint the most holy.” In other words, the first coming of Jesus to this earth would provide for the complete eradication of the damage done by Satan’s rebellion in heaven. What Satan began, Christ would finish. Through Jesus, the plan of salvation would bruise the serpent’s head and free all who would choose to allow God to remove the curse of sin in their lives.

Throughout Jesus’ life, He demonstrated what a life free from sin would look like in every human situation. He modeled for us a holiness and perfection of character that is foreign to fallen beings. But He did this not just to excite our admiration so that we would be drawn to Him, but also that we might have a way back to holiness and godliness in our own lives. His purpose was to restore the human race to the perfect righteousness and happiness that crowned Adam and Eve on the day of their creation. As Creator and re-Creator, Jesus has all power to “save His people from their sins” (Matt. 1:21). Because of this, Peter can exhort us to follow the example of our Savior and walk in His steps. Read the rest of this entry »

Women in Ministry

January 4th, 2012

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Truth on Trial

November 25th, 2010

                The court scene is forever etched upon my memory, even though it happened back in 1988. My husband was being brought to trial for allegedly helping to plan a crime which ended in the murder of three people. There were rows of seats for observers, and in front of the courtroom was a long conference table for the defendant and the lawyers assigned to the case. The jury box and the judge’s bench were raised above the level of the audience, and faced the court. A uniformed officer and a legal secretary were also on duty at the front of the room. Read the rest of this entry »


November 16th, 2010

In my last two articles, I have tried to emphasize the necessity of a personal walk with God that will enable us to be prepared for the final events of this earth’s history. As a people, we have been given the most solemn and important message ever given to mankind – “Prepare to meet thy God!” Read the rest of this entry »


November 16th, 2010

Jesus talked a lot about the kingdom. Throughout His ministry, His message was, “The kingdom of heaven is near.” Matt. 4:17. Interestingly, Christ often combined His preaching about the kingdom with healing the sick, and casting out demons. For example: Read the rest of this entry »


November 16th, 2010

Ten lovely young ladies gathered that evening at the appointed meeting place for friends of the bride to wait for the wedding festivities. But as time passed and the hour grew late, heads nodded and the little lamps burned low. Suddenly the cry went out into the night air, “The bridegroom comes! Go out to meet him!” Read the rest of this entry »