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Are Things Corroding In Your Life…? By Amy Meyer

If things are corroding in your life, you may be living in DENIAL. Make a resolve to stop painting over the “rust” and find out what caused the “rust” to begin with.

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Medical Definition of denial. : a psychological defense mechanism in which confrontation with a personal problem or with reality is avoided by denying the existence of the problem or reality.

Definition of RUST: a stain, coating, fungus, corrosion, Deterioration, as of ability, resulting from inactivity or neglect.

Stop waiting for people to change or making the changes for you. Rust is the accumulation of blame and excuses. Hit the reset button on your life and make the changes! Strip things down to the core if you have too! The only one stopping you is you! Stop waiting and take your life back! Engage into the last thing God told you to do! He’s given you the tools to get started. Apply the anointing oil to your rusty parts and start moving again! Engage and the oil of ease will flood in! Gods ready to renew you! Brush yourself off, get up, find your resolve, and set yourself free! Today is the day!!

I’ll show you my Faith by my action! James 2:14

Love you guys! You’ve got this! Take the risk! Don’t wait any longer! -Amy😀🎊👍🙋☝️

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A Fine Dining Experience With God… By Amy Meyer

“Too much information can cause indigestion. I want My people to chew on it, not choke on it.”

Isn’t that so true! It’s so easy to get overwhelmed with so much information in this fast paced, excessive, microwave generation. We shut down in the absence of simplicity. I think we’re all tired of being “overfed”. We should be enjoying the delicacies of God’s Word, bite by bite; taking our time, like a fine dining experience. Where the chewing of His words become a pondering delight. Not this pressure to consume mass amounts, failing to taste, benefit, and enjoy it’s flavor. I mean, if you think about it, where is this pressure coming from? The Bible says to meditate on His word and that it’s a delight!

Psalm 119:15-16 I will meditate on Your precepts And regard Your ways. I shall delight in Your statutes; I shall not forget Your word.

Jer 15:16 When your words came, I ate them; they were my joy and my heart’s delight, for I bear your name, LORD God Almighty.

Psalm 119:103 How sweet are your words to my taste, sweeter than honey to my mouth!

Hmmm…fast food? Or fine dining with several individual courses? 😉

Not to mention the taste, but how about the digestion part? Aren’t we all tired of “Spiritual indigestion”?

So, who’s with Me? Let’s get back to simplicity, delight, child like wonder, and enjoying the truths of Papa God, bite by bite! And let’s tell Him what we like about it too. What great Chef doesn’t want to hear good feedback on their creative and authentic dishes? 😉 Just saying….

Love you all! -Amy

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Abiding in the Presence of the Lord – The Path of Life, Part 10 (Depression) by Rick Joyner

 We discussed in a previous Word for the Week how discernment may operate through impressions, which is where we start to feel in ourselves what someone else is dealing with. One reason many prophetic people suffer depression is thatdeperssion they pick up on so much spiritually around them that they think it is their problem and fail to distinguish this as the gift working. Just because we feel depression does not mean that we have depression, but we may be feeling what someone close to us is dealing with. If we inquire of the Lord about these feelings, He will lead us to the truth about them. As we mature, we will learn to distinguish what we are picking up from others, or other situations, and what is actually in our own hearts.