I have not posted much lately, as I have been about Kingdom teaching and psalming intercession/ministry much of the time in this NOW season. Kingdom teaching involves empowering this generation with their Christ-centered identity, as well as opportunities to practice hearing the many different ways Holy Spirit speaks to us, grounded in His Word. Absolutely essential, critical, and central to the words we speak to and about others, as well as to all of the prayers we pray for individuals/nations, and to all of our actions, is being grounded in and focused on our Heavenly Father’s love (John 3:16-17, “For God so [greatly] loved and dearly prized the world, that He [even] gave His [One and] only begotten Son, so that whoever believes and trusts in Him [as Savior] shall not perish, but have eternal life. For God did not send the Son into the world to judge and condemn the world [that is, to initiate the final judgment of the world], but that the world might be saved through Him.”).

People who have been wounded, rejected, broken, hurt, abandoned, sick, grieving, etc. need to encounter our Heavenly Father’s love first and foremost; above all else. The Body of Christ must become and reflect His agape love in word and action in order for individuals to truly encounter the only One who heals; the only One who saves; the only One who delivers; the only One who comforts; the only One who restores; the only One who extravagantly loves with an infinite acceptance that knows no limits in depth, height, width or separation of any kind. Jesus Christ fulfilled that separation. In Him, we are Beloved. In Him, we are complete. In Him, we are made whole. In Him, we are forgiven. In Him, we are Healed. In Him, we are comforted. In Him, we are restored. In Him, we are embraced. In Him, we are empowered. In Him, we have purpose. In Him, we have destiny. In Him…in Him…in Him…infinite…eternal.

The intention of my psalming ministry and CD recordings: to love the One who is most lovely; to seek Him – His presence on Earth as it is in Heaven – wholeheartedly, passionately, fervently, and unabandoned, in order that He has a vessel through whom He can encounter all who seek Him, and be who He alone is and can be. Loving on the Lover of our souls – praising, thanking, worshiping and adoring – creating an atmosphere for the Creator Himself to encounter those He loves and is drawing to Himself to realign and restore their very being and purpose – encountering Love itself in a way that no human being can fulfill. This is how individual lives are set free. This is how we make disciples. This is how communities and nations are transformed. This is the love, compassion, and mercy Jesus modeled in His earthly ministry: loving our Heavenly Father loving the Son, and loving one another in THAT very love. For such a time as this we have been born.