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Something Happened Yesterday

By Kathy Mote



Something happened yesterday that I would like to share. With the revelation of God coming face to face with me came a certain and yet undeniable displacement of my human perspective of life on Earth.


So, I did what anyone in my shoes would do. I freaked out, and He spoke to my heart as I did. He said, You don't need to be afraid, you don't need to run and hide and you don't need to take a break to catch your breath. 


But I felt so disjointed from the human race. How, oh how would I say the things I am sent to say? Who would hear? Who would believe? Who would accept? 


I was afraid. I did run and hide. I did take a break. After two hours, I heard my Father say, Go get her, please, and bring her back to Me, to an angel who was standing nearby waiting on Him. I saw, yet didn't see the angel standing five feet away. He didn't speak. I did. I said, If I hadn't run away, HE wouldn't have had to send you.


That's all there was to it. It was a brief encounter to be sure. I didn't feel a thing and I didn't hear him speak, but my heart was deeply comforted, and I returned. 


We are largely unaware of the angels as they minister to us, and we are only aware of our Father as He reveals Himself to our heart. Angels aren't sent to disrupt our life, they are sent to help as our Father has His way in our life.




What Fits In Your Heart

By Kathy Mote



What fits in your heart defines the limitations of your logical thought.



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God Is Building In Us

By Kathy Mote



God is building in us the deepest trust a human heart can have by revealing that He is creating each one of us. One on one, face to face, heart to heart, He is creating us and knowing He is that powerful is the greatest faith there is. He has been doing this all along and just now revealing this. 


As we come to the revelation of this, our hearts respond to Him. What He is doing in us, He is doing in all of His creation, and all of creation will see Him. This is beyond our experience on this Earth so far. This is something we have never seen before, but Him being revealed defines His return.



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This Is What The Lord Said

By Kathy Mote


This is what the Lord said. I am more aware of the state of your flesh than you are. I miss nothing of what you are going through. I brood over you, watching you carefully as you become more aware of Me. 


In a vision, I see Him looking lovingly over a collection of embryos made of living gold. That is essentially what we are to Him. He never takes His eyes off of us. He breathes into us and watches us grow as He gently speaks to our heart. 


But the Life He is breathing into us wasn't made to define or measure a human life on Earth. Flesh cannot contain this gift that will be revealed in us. It is what He is making us to be, and it is eternal just as He is. 


He said there is all manner of life going on all around us as people live ordinary lives oblivious or nearly oblivious to Him. They know their own thoughts, but they do not know anything of Him that He did not reveal to their heart. 


He is not a book or a fire that we can describe as we come near. He reveals His heart to us as He wills. He brings us into fellowship with Him, which is oneness of heart and it changes our life when He does. 

He said the presence of the living God will forever change a human heart and human life. Like the sweetest fragrance we have ever known, and the warmth of Light, we wait for Him once He makes Himself known to us. 


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I Do Not Possess The Humility It Takes

By Kathy Mote



I do not possess the humility it takes to walk in the revelation of God that He has brought to me. No one does. No one ever has and no one ever will. I have seen His face, and I have been face to face. Seeing Him raises you out of your view of your own humanity. 


To enter Him standing face to face is to understand Him. That is something only He can do, and it would shred you into tiny pieces. No two pieces of your self would stand before Him without being consumed by Him.


Every person is living their life according to how aware of Him He has made them. This is their knowledge of Him as He interacts with them. They need no one else to teach them but Him. So who am I to speak to anyone with the intent to teach them? Even if I am sent, I have not the humility to obey Him. 


We all speak what He reveals to our heart, and this is our testimony of Him as He embraces us. He says all the time that we are the workmanship of His hands, for we are His creation and He is filling us. Be blessed.



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Moments of Sadness

By Greg Laurie






"Women received their loved ones back again from death."

—Hebrews 11:35



She didn’t realize she had invited a world changer into her home. She was a widow living in the village of Zarephath, and one day Elijah, a great prophet of the Lord, asked if he could stay in her home. This widow had a son, her beloved boy, and very little money. Even so, she fed him from the meager supply of food that she had.



Yet God kept providing for her, and she always had what she needed. But one day her son became sick. And then he died. In her grief, she actually blamed Elijah for it. 


Essentially, she told the prophet, “I never should have invited you to stay at my house. This happened because of you.”



Then the Bible tells us that Elijah carried her son upstairs to where he was staying, and he cried out to the Lord. God answered Elijah’s prayer and raised the boy from the dead.



We tend to think of Elijah as a biblical legend, a rock star. After all, he called fire down from Heaven, stopped the rain, and raised a boy from the dead. But Elijah was someone like you and me. The Bible even says, “Elijah was as human as we are, and yet when he prayed earnestly that no rain would fall, none fell for three and a half years!” (James 5:17 NLT).



Here’s something to remember about Elijah. After he had his great contest with the prophets of Baal on Mount Carmel, he fell into a deep funk. He was deeply depressed and actually didn’t even want to live any longer.



This reminds us that even world changers get depressed at times. We all have our moments of sadness. We might even deal with depression. Yet God worked in and through Elijah. And God can work in and through you as well.


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17.03 | 00:11

Praise God! He is so good to all of us!

16.03 | 15:20

I needed to hear this today. Its been sooo very difficult for a long time honestly asked God if I was the toxic one and just didn't realize it so I could repent

11.01 | 20:32

this is so beautiful and such a testimony to the Lord's healing power and sanctification through our suffering. Much of my walk with Christ is similar to yours.

12.12 | 00:13

Shavua Tov

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