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Relationships are important

Enjoy today, fill it with relationship with Me. Talk to Me, talk with Me, ask Me whatever you want. I want to dialog with you, so that you understand the nature of our relationship and see the future I have in store for you. This is what I desire more than anything. 

2019-11-15T08:45:55+00:00Friday, November 15th, 2019|Hearing His voice|

#36 Let Him set you free

“Martha, Martha,” the Lord answered, “you are worried and upset about many things,” (Luke 10v41 NIV)

Jesus was so gentle with her and He will be with you.

But He got straight to the point.

Straight to the issue at hand.

He won’t mince His words.

He loves you too much to ignore you.

He knew what was going on inside her.

He knows exactly what is going on inside you.

Let Him speak peace into you.

He can only speak peace into you if you are listening.

If you are afraid that He will tell you something you don’t want to hear, then you are believing a lie.

The lie isn’t that He will tell you something you don’t want to hear.

The lie is that He is angry with you or disappointed in you.

His words to you will be a salve on a troubled mind and heart.

What are your deepest issues?

Are they the ones you hope no-one will ever find out?

Guess what – He already knows and He wants to help.

He wants you to be free.

Ask Him to reveal His love for you in all areas.

Especially those that you are trying to hide from Him and from others.

This is the time and a place, for you to get free from your past.

To be made clean.

Only you can want it.

Only He can do it.

He does it expertly and with deep love for you.

He will reveal His love in those areas that hurt, and bind you up.

He will heal the pain and disappointment.

Let Him do that for you.

He came that you would have life and have it abundantly.

You are cleansed and made free.

He is trying to set you free in your mind, in your thinking.

He sees you as free, so be free.

(from ‘Wipe His Feet with Your Tears’ by Warren George)

2019-11-12T14:35:48+00:00Tuesday, November 12th, 2019|Heaven's Culture|

Raising up

God is trying to raise up a people who know Him, who know His heart, who hear His voice and who see His face. The world is waiting for you.

2019-11-11T08:11:03+00:00Monday, November 11th, 2019|Hearing His voice|

#35 He deserves your full attention

But Martha was distracted by all the preparations that had to be made. She came to Him and asked, “Lord, don’t you care that my sister has left me to do the work by myself? Tell her to help me!” (Luke 10v40 NIV)

Martha was serving Jesus.

She was busy.

But too busy to listen.

She was busy making sandwiches that Jesus hadn’t ordered.

In her role and function she was being the perfect hostess.

She was doing what seemed the right thing.

Unfortunately it wasn’t the best thing.

She was missing out because of the cultural expectation placed on her.

There was nothing culturally acceptable with Jesus.

Their culture was in conflict with the culture of Heaven.

She was simply doing what was culturally accepted of her when guests came to someone’s house.

Martha took her responsibilities seriously.

Martha grew more and more frustrated.

Her role overtook her love for Jesus.

She even interrupted Him.

She stopped Mary (and others) from listening to Him.

She was more concerned with this culture than with the kingdom culture.

A question for you: what are you distracted by?

Ask Him, is there anything that you are doing for Him that He doesn’t actually want you to do.

Look at what you are involved in.

Make a list.

Write down how much time you give to those things and score their value to His Kingdom out of 10.

It is quite possible that the highest scores are the ones you spend the least amount of time on.

Reassess what are your priorities.

Do this regularly, at least once a week.

Don’t waste time on things He has never given you to do.

No matter how much need there is around you.

No matter what people expect of you.

He wants your full attention.

He needs you more than anything else.

(from ‘Wipe His Feet with Your Tears’ by Warren George)

2019-11-09T08:24:36+00:00Saturday, November 9th, 2019|Heaven's Culture|

#34 Open the door and sit with Him

She had a sister called Mary, who sat at the Lord’s feet listening to what he said. (Luke 10v39 NIV)

Although Martha invited Him in, it was Mary who took full advantage of His Presence.

You can open the door to Him but you also have to sit with Him.

Take the time to listen.

Mary was absorbing everything He was saying.

She gave Him her full attention.

Give Him the main course not just the left overs.

Don’t let your past success or failure reduce your passion for Him.

How much time are you willing to give to Him?

Ask Him what sitting at His feet looks like for you.

Spend some time (as much as possible) every day just sitting and listening to Him.

This can be harder than you think.

Start with 10 minutes (time it if necessary) and then increase it.

In the holidays or at the weekend set aside a longer period of time.

Write down everything and anything He says.

Everything He says has some significance, either now or later.

He loves being with you.


(from ‘Wipe His Feet with Your Tears’ by Warren George)

2019-11-05T08:23:31+00:00Tuesday, November 5th, 2019|Heaven's Culture|

#33 He stands at the door and knocks

As Jesus and His disciples were on their way, he came to a village where a woman named Martha opened her home to Him. (Luke 10v38 NIV)

Notice that it is Martha opened her home not Mary.

It was Martha who invited Him in.

You too need to open your heart to Him.

When you open your heart to Him you welcome Him in, He doesn’t gatecrash your life.

Although it can feel like it sometimes.

Invite Him.

Make Him welcome.

As good hosts, everything that is yours is His.

Be a friend to Jesus and anyone else He calls His friend.

Are you a welcome place for Him or do you want to keep Him at a safe distance?

Do you keep Him on the outside, so you can pop out to speak to Him when you need to?

Ask Him in.

Ask Him into every part of your life.

Let every corner of your heart be accessible to Him.

Give Him everything and that means the very core of your being.

Allow Him to heal all the areas of your heart.

Let Him influence your ambitions, desires and dreams.

Allow Him to reveal His own dreams and desires for you.

He will never crush you.

Remember He was crucified for you.

Your drive for self determination needs to be crucified.

Your whole heart was made for Him.

Give Him what He is already entitled to.

(from ‘Wipe His Feet with Your Tears’ by Warren George)

2019-11-02T07:44:06+00:00Saturday, November 2nd, 2019|Heaven's Culture|

#32 Having complete trust in Him

Jesus said to the woman, “Your faith has saved you; go in peace.” (Luke 7v50 NIV)

Forgiveness will save you.

Your faith will save you.

Your repentance will save you.

Mean it.

Be intentional.

Be real.

Be completely honest with yourself.

Be purposeful.

He will know the difference, you can’t fool Him.

Start by accepting yourself as you are, not what you are pretending to be.

That is what this lady did.

She knew what she was and what she had done, and yet poured an acceptable offering over Him.   

What is your confidence in?

Are you more confident in your own ability than trusting completely in Him?

As you spend time with Him be completely honest about yourself.

He wants you to be real and realistic.

Talk to Him about how you feel.

Open up to how you have messed up and what you are struggling with.

When you have done that, don’t stay there a second longer than necessary.

Ask Him for help.

Ask Him for strength.

Ask for His forgiveness.

Then forgive yourself.

He will tell you what you can do.

It is your choice at the end of the day.

He will give you hope.

He believes in you.

What you do is between you and God.

No-one else knows or needs to know.

Through this you will deepen your relationship with Him.

(from ‘Wipe His Feet with Your Tears’ by Warren George)

2019-10-29T08:29:22+00:00Tuesday, October 29th, 2019|Heaven's Culture|

#31 Unconditional forgiveness

The other guests began to say among themselves, “Who is this who even forgives sins?” (Luke 7v49 NIV)

How long does it take to restore someone who has fallen?

Do you judge and condemn someone who has fallen, sinned and say that they are permanently disqualified.

If He forgives then you forgive, no question.

You should forgive others their failings and forgive yourself?

How many times should you forgive?

Lots and lots.

More than you can count.

We can’t make people forgive us but we can forgive others.

Forgiveness is very powerful to heal, but bitterness is very destructive to destroy.

If you struggle to forgive someone, keep trying; ask God to bless them.

Forgiving them means you do just that.

You forgive them from your heart.

They don’t even need to know.

Your actions will speak volumes.

When you forgive them you release yourself as well as them.

Ask God to give you a heart that doesn’t judge.

It is possible to love everyone and want the best for them.

They don’t have to deserve it by earning it.

If someone has hurt you deliberately, or unknowingly, forgive them.

Say it out loud, you need to hear it.

You don’t have to go to them (unless God tells you specifically to do so).

It is you that has to forgive and also repent of any bitterness, anger or hatred.

You are free to forgive.

You are like your Heavenly Father; forgiving.

(from ‘Wipe His Feet with Your Tears’ by Warren George)

2019-10-26T08:15:54+00:00Saturday, October 26th, 2019|Heaven's Culture|

#30 How does He see you?

Then Jesus said to her, “Your sins are forgiven.”  (Luke 7v48 NIV)

Your sins are forgiven.

Step one: Repeat after me. I…am…totally…completely…forgiven.

Step two: Rejoice and rejoice well.

Be exceedingly happy. 

Doing this puts everything into perspective.

Step three: Expect Him to shower you with His love. 

Here is a really good question; how happy are you?

Ask God to show you what that means and what that looks like. 

There is joy, peace and deep contentment available through rejoicing.

How can you be happy if you are in the middle of a crisis or you are depressed?

The answer is more than a quick fix.

He has the answer to every situation. 

You have an ability to rejoice in every and in all situations and circumstances.

That is an act of your will, based on faith not a feeling. 

Start thanking Him for things even when they are a struggle. 

Thank Him for the opportunities this presents even when they are a challenge. 

Pick a situation and ask Him how He sees it. 

Ask Him to show you what good is coming out of it. 

What upgrades you are going to get.

He is going to upgrade you through your challenges.

If He has forgiven you, forgive yourself and forgive everyone else, unconditionally. 

(from ‘Wipe His Feet with Your Tears’ by Warren George)

2019-10-22T09:19:09+00:00Tuesday, October 22nd, 2019|Heaven's Culture|

#29 A life less ordinary

“Therefore, I tell you, her many sins have been forgiven—as her great love has shown. But whoever has been forgiven little loves little.” (Luke 7v47 NIV)

Don’t love little, draw closer to Him and you will see how much He loves you.

Remind yourself what He has done for you.

Imagine life without Him, that should get you.

You can do nothing but be undone by it.

The closer you are the more you cannot help love Him.

Deliberately and intentionally spending time with Him, drawing close to Him, will change everything.

Ask Him what love looks like?

It might be different to what you might call love.

Describe in your own words why you love Him and how you show your love to Him.

It is for you to search out what that love looks like.

It isn’t necessarily what you do in terms of serving in the church but that can be part of it.

You live for Him.

There is no other kind of life.

(from ‘Wipe His Feet with Your Tears’ by Warren George)

2019-10-15T06:25:49+00:00Tuesday, October 15th, 2019|Heaven's Culture|