Papa God Whispered…”Someone only reaches when they believe they don’t have something. The reaching stops when you begin to believe you already have it. Then an even greater thing happens! A vortex is created to where it’s drawn towards you.”
We think we know what sin is, resembled by religion and parental figures as a tormenting finger in our face… daily, by the hour, by the second… Self-effort accusations of analysis and shame, etc… Pictures and fateful lies of being a slimy-dog-worm, a popper, unfit and unworthy… but for the love and grace of Christ, that you subconsciously feel like you have to earn or payback… Trading into the lie of society that nothing’s “free” honey! But, could it be that once an apple always an apple that doesn’t fall far from the tree…? I’m not talking about Adam here or Eve. To know your identity, your real identity is key!
What if sin is found in the disorientation of separation, losing direction from the source and tree of life-giving eternity…? Continue reading “Could your definition of SIN be faulty? It might not be exactly what you think…by Amy Meyer”
Fresh word from Papa God today… He says,
“Let go of your fears of repeating the past…
That’s what you’re really battling against. Instead, embrace the new and better you of the now and future! You’re arriving on the scenes in a way that’s never been before. How can you compare the old to the new? There’s no comparison. Embrace the new and believe you’re in better days.
It’s time for expansion, to manifest a greater piece of who you are. You’re not the old you. You’re the now-you heading into the new you, embracing new places, faces, and streams of influence. Embrace the new and leave the old, buried and behind. Move on, move forward, and don’t look back, That’s why I placed your eyes in front of you! Look forward and capture with insight and vision, the person you’re coming into being, next! Continue reading “FEAR of repeating the past… you’re new, now fly! Word from Papa… by Amy Meyer”
So often in Christianity, we throw out the baby with the bathwater. It seems we’re so afraid of being deceived that we just throw it all out; “cleansing the temple” of everything, just to be “safe”. If we were living back in Jesus day, would we have been guilty of throwing Christ out then too, as a baby, just because he didn’t come the way we thought or were programmed to believe? Would we have been like the Pharisee with our small boxed heads of belief and limit God’s ability and wisdom to do something different? Would we have rejected Christ as unclean, and not a King because He wasn’t born within the four walls of our belief?
Hi guys! Amy here 🙂 “Life or death” outcomes… mentally, physically, spiritually etc… are often related to how we perceive and process a matter and the meaning we attach to it. The power we have to choose what we believe is more mighty than we know. Have you ever heard this story…
Many years ago, a man was traveling across the country by sneaking from one freight train to the next. One night he climbed into what he thought was a boxcar. He closed the door, which automatically locked shut and trapped him inside. When his eyes adjusted to the light, he realized he was inside a refrigerated boxcar, and he became aware of the intense, freezing cold. He called for help and pounded on the door, but all the noise he made from the inside of the car failed to attract anyone’s attention. After many hours of struggle, he lay down on the floor of the railroad car.
As he tried to fight against the freezing cold, he scratched a message on the floor explaining his unfortunate, imminent death. Late the next day, repairmen from the railroad opened the door and found the dead man inside. Though the man had all the appearance of having frozen to death, the truth was the repairmen had come to fix the broken refrigerator unit in that car. Most likely the temperature of the railroad car had never fallen below fifty degrees during the night. The man had died because he thought he was freezing to death.
Perhaps nothing is more powerful in the world than the human mind. Your mind matters, and how you choose to think will have a major influence on nearly everything that happens in your life. The Bible says, “As he [a man] thinks in his heart, so is he” (Proverbs 23:7, NKJV). Ralph Waldo Emerson wrote, “Man becomes what he thinks about all day long.”
Powerful eh?! You are more mighty than you know. I mean your Heavenly Daddy merely spoke a word and it was!!! Just sayin… We are made in our Papa’s image and he has given us the ability to think and create with our words and actions. Choose to seek Him and His perspective on every matter at hand. That way you won’t get stuck listening and falling prey to the effects of FEAR a.k.a “False Evidence Appearing Real”.
Love you all much! -Amy<3