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December 2017

Companion Planting: Growing better together — Bee & Basil


The subject of our morning prayer taking the limits off of GOD!

Write On The Farm by Mark Akin

Ps 78:40,41 “How often did they provoke Him in the wilderness, and grieve Him in the desert! Yes, they turned back and tempted God, and limited the Holy One of Israel.”

Have you ever thought of God having any limitations?  People say, “Well, He’s God, He can do anything.” There are some things that God can’t do: 1- lie, 2- fail, 3- stop loving, 4- change, 5- be tempted. There are some things that He will not do: 1- over-ride someone’s will, 2- force someone to do His will, 3- turn someone away that comes to Him in faith, 4- leave us or forsake us.

God has some self-imposed limitations upon Himself. Such as not moving beyond the sovereignty of His Word, but as far as God goes, He has no inabilities, no restrictions; He is limitless, but we have the power to limit Him. How can we limit…

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This is from the blog Kirjath Sepher: From: Sophereth at Kirjath Sepher To: the intercessors . Intercession is not prayer. . Yeshua was NOT praying a habitual, rote, vainly repetitious, charismatic, self oriented, christian prayer as He hung there on the cross. i.e. Now Father, I thank you in the name of Jesus that you […]

via Intercession Is Not Prayer — The Road


The Road


Old Testament Intercession:

Judges 14: 5-6: “Then went Samson down, and his father and his mother, to Timnath, and came to the vineyards of Timnath: and, behold, a young lion roared against him. And the Spirit of the Lord came mightily upon him, and he rent him as he would have rent a kid, and he had nothing in his hand: but he told not his father or his mother what he had done.”

I Samuel 25: 7: “And now I have heard that thou hast shearers: now thy shepherds which were with us, we hurt them not, neither was there ought missing unto them, all the while they were in Carmel.”

I Samuel 25: 15-16: “But the men were very good unto us, and we were not hurt, neither missed we any thing, as long as we were conversant with them, when we were in the fields. They were…

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Some Great Quotes

The Road

oswaldchambers Oswald Chambers, 1874-1917


“Be reckless immediately, fling it all out on Him. You do not know when His voice will come, but whenever the realization of God comes in the faintest way imaginable, recklessly abandon. It is only by abandon that you recognize Him. You will only realize His voice more clearly by recklessness.”

–Oswald Chambers

“I have been driven many times to my knees by the overwhelming conviction that I had nowhere else to go. My own wisdom and that of all about me seemed insufficient for the day.”

–Abraham Lincoln

“I shall not live ’till I see God; and when I have seen him, I shall never die.”

–John Donne

“The most important thought I ever had was that of my individual responsibility to God.”

–Daniel Webster

“The tests of life are to make, not break us. Trouble may demolish a man’s business but build his character…

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Abraham Planted Tamarisk Trees

I love gardening and reading this reminds me of how God’s choice of a garden to communicate with us is still vital. Lessons from my garden brings me such great delight.

God as a Gardener

Tamarisk (2)Abraham  planted tamarisk trees Beersheba. Read Genesis 21:22-34.

In about 2091 B.C., God directed Abraham to leave Haran and travel to Canaan. God told Abraham that in Canaan, the Promised Land, He would make Abraham the father of a great nation (Genesis chapters 12 – 17). When Abraham left Haran he was about 75 years old. He traveled with his wife Sarah and his nephew Lot.  After entering Canaan, Abraham pitched his tents between Bethel (on the west) and Ai (on the east).  With the exception of a brief time in Egypt, Abraham lived in this region for the next 14 – 15 years.

When Abraham was 99 years old, he had a visit from three angels (Genesis chapter 18). The angels announced that Sarah would give birth to Abraham’s son and that they planned to destroy Sodom for the depraved sinfulness of its people. Shortly after Sodom’s destruction, Abraham…

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