The New Normal

You may be wondering by now what it means to live the “NEW NORMAL” life after this global pandemic.  Hmmmm …

Yes, we all have our own opinions, ideas and insights about this in which we are all entitled to and be respected well.   I, too, have been thinking about this and realized what would be the  “New Normal” for me.

“And He gave them this illustration: “No one rips up a new garment to make patches for an old, worn-out one. If you tear up the new to make a patch for the old, it will not match the old garment. And who pours new wine into an old wineskin? If someone did, the old wineskin would burst and the new wine would be lost. New wine must always be poured into new wineskins. Yet you say, ‘The old ways are better,’ and you refuse to even taste the new that I bring.” (Luke 5:36-39 TPT)

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God So Loves You ♥️

“For this is how much God loved the world—He gave His one and only, unique Son as a gift.  So now everyone who believes in Him will never perish but experience everlasting life.”  (John 3:16 TPT)

I believe this is the most memorized verse in the Bible, yet I wonder how many of us really came to put on the brakes, to pause, to think, to meditate, to regurgitate, to digest, to confess and to declare until it becomes a part of us.

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The Father’s Heart

Many people are asking what is going on around the world with this new virus that is shaking the whole world with fear and trembling.  With many questions asked, more numerous are the opinions as answers.  Where will you turn to?  Which voice will you listen to?  This is the big question.  

But in the midst of this unprecedented situation, He is still speaking into each of our hearts.  He loves us too much to let us to be left shaken unattended.  The question is, what is He speaking personally to you?  Is His voice loud enough to keep you still?  Or are the other voices around you pulling you down in fear?

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Called To Arise and Shine!

“ARISE, SHINE, for your light has come, and the glory of the Lord rises upon you. See, darkness covers the earth and thick darkness is over the peoples, but the Lord rises upon you and His glory appears over you. Nations will come to your light, and kings to the brightness of your dawn.”  (Isaiah 60:1-3 NIV)

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A Glorious Set Up

One seemingly ordinary day, while I was about to park my 16-year old car in the garage, out of the blue, my car was filled with a scent of a brand new vehicle.  With windows closed, I thought it was just an “imaginary” scent, but it wasn’t.  It was so tangibly “smellable”.

Hmmmm … what do you do when something extra-ordinary comes along your way?  Oh well, I just casually declared, “Bring in the new car, Lord, in Jesus’ Name!”

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