Friday, August 27, 2010


How easily are we distracted from God's purpose and plan for our life?
Hourly, Daily, Weekly, Event by Event....

The answer really depends on how much we let Satan influence our lives. After just coming back from a Kenneth Copeland Believer's 2010 Conference, which was just tremendous, the distractions and attacks started. Being able to meet with representatives of Canaan Land Ministries, trying to get information on opening up a center here in Connecticut was a big step in my walk. Following His direction each day, moving forward to hop feet first into God's plan for my life.

During the conference, the distractions started, and most of them revolved around financials that would be needed to start the Canaan Land Ministry. Financial issues with the our business, financial issues with our car, financial issues with the roof. A pickup truck coming at me head on after volunteering at the prison. The one good thing we can count on is that Satan always
makes himself so ridiculously apparent, that we know where the attacks are coming from.

Thank God that we are able to recognize his attacks!
And if we can recognize them, then we know how to conquer them.
We conquer them with the WORD!

  • The Blessing of the Lord--it makes (truly) rich, and He adds no sorrow with it (neither does toiling increase it). Proverbs 10:22
  • To the end that through (their receiving) Christ Jesus, the blessing promised to Abraham might come upon the Gentiles, so that we through faith might (all) receive (the realization) of the promise of the (Holy Spirit). Galatians 3:14
  • For we, through the Holy Spirit's (help), by faith anticipate and wait for the blessing and good for which our righteousness and right standing with God (our conformity to His will in purpose, though and action causes us to hope.
  • Now to Him Who, by the (action of His) power that is at work within us, is able to (carry out His purpose and) do superabundantly, far over and above all that we (dare) ask or think (infinitely beyond our highest prayers, desires, thoughts, hopes or dreams) Ephesians 3:20

So how easily are we distracted?

The real answer is how much are we immersing ourselves in the Word?

Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Are You in Perspective????

It is so easy to get caught up in the chaos of our daily routines. The days fly by, the weeks pass, and before we know it another year is gone.

How often do we really take time to be grateful for what God has provided in our lives. If you truly spend any time really thinking about it, you realize it's not "the stuff" that makes the largest impact at the end
of your life.

  • What is really important in your life, do you know?
  • Have you thought about it for more than five minutes?
  • Are you consistently spending time on things that really matter?

We all have our moments when we take things for granted, take people for granted and more importantly take God for granted. When we get out of balance, it disturbs all areas of our life.
Take the time to make tomorrow different.....

  • Whom and what are you grateful for?
  • Do they know it?

What eye has not seen and ear has not heard and has not entered into the heart of man, [all that] God has prepared (made and keeps ready) for those who love Him [who hold Him in affectionate reverence, promptly obeying Him and gratefully recognizing the benefits He has bestowed]. (1 Corinthians 2:9)

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

There has got to be something more....

How many times have you thought that there has to be something more to life than how you are living today? Is my life really about just going through the motions? Getting up at 5 am, getting ready for work, going in to a corporate enviroment, walking into your cubicle, going home, cooking dinner, driving kids to sports, going to bed, starting all over again the next day. Seriously, is this it?

While reading "Purpose Driven Life", it became clear that there is a set plan and purpose for everyone's life.

The question is, do you know what that purpose is? Would spending 15 minutes a day trying to figure it out really be that much of an effort. That purpose might just add the clarity that you have been searching for. Once your purpose is clear, all of your decisions could then be weighed up against it.

Isaiah 49:4 says "I have labored in vain, I have spent my strength for nothing and in empty futility".

What are you laboring for?
What are you spending your strength on?
What drives you?

When your purpose and your strength are aligned to the right plan, then everything else will fall into place. There is something more, will you take the time to discover what it is?