Fly With ME

By Maili Super

There are times in life when the Lord chooses to hide you away for a season. These times are Not at all comfortable, you feel cramped in your tiny quarters, much as a caterpillar feels when they enter into their tiny quarters and spin a tight webbing system completely around themselves. They are hidden away from the world for a season. As the caterpillar grows and its wings form, this tiny cocoon feels very claustrophobic, the space they are in seems so tight that they are barely able to move.

The immovability they experience, allows this caterpillar to be completely healed of any flaw that must be rectified before they can fly. Before entering into the cocoon the caterpillar will eat everything in site, they become fat and barely able to move before going into the cocoon, this is so they can go with out eating during their metamorphosis. This is much the way that we are hidden away from the world for a season, for a time of extreme healing or a time of great promotion. We have to go through a great “birthing” process before the baby is born, so to speak.

Before we can have the great rewards of life the Lord needs to know that we are strong enough to hold the weight of the reward. I am sure we have all witnesses child stars that come into wealth and power too prematurely and before they are capable of handling it. In most of these cases their lives are absolutely devastated. This is what the Lord is trying to prevent by allowing us to wait, this is not to punish us or make us as insolent children, it is a preparation time and the more we wiggle and squirm rather than allowing the healing to take place the longer we must wait in transition, because we are not healed yet.

With your YES to the Lord to heal these deep areas, the ones that we guard so dearly to our heart because they hurt so bad, we will not allow anyone to get close to them. He is faithful to restore even the hardest of hearts. Just remember we are about to come out of the cocoon I know it is dark in there and times are hard, But soon we will fly above it all and see the world with all new colors we have never seen before.

Loving the Unlovable

Written by Annie Borger (An Omi)

The Lord spoke to me this morning about loving the unlovable.

At this moment, I find myself in a situation where my youngest brother and his wife are angry at me. Talking about this with another family member, I had to be aware not to take on this anger myself. I have to say that I love all of my siblings (4) dearly <3 .

It is so easy to lash out in anger, words once said are irreversible and hold an incredible weight.

I do not like to be on the receiving end of mean-spirited anger, as it makes me uncomfortable and sad.

The Lord let me look inward myself, if there is a grain of truth in their anger towards me, and I prayerfully searched my motives and actions for faults.

Then the Lord showed me the hardships in their lives. Seeing the hardships gave me an entirely new perspective and understanding of their personality and what they are going through. I had to remember that they have had to deal with the sting of an injustice, the burden of anxiety, and an overwhelming aching feeling of emptiness. I could not longer hold on to the feeling of being annoyed with them any longer.

Christ has taught me to not only outwardly treat them with kindness and respect, but to also view them through his eyes—with understanding and compassion.

Love because you are loved. Forgive because you have been forgiven. Ephesians ‪4:32‬ says: “Be kind to each another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, just as God through Christ has forgiven you.” When you feel the need to hold a grudge or keep your love from someone, remember the abundance of grace that is available to you through Jesus, despite your great sin. He is the reason we can each love deeply, joyfully, and freely.

If you know you’re about to enter into a meeting with a difficult person, ask to the Holy Spirit for strength, compassion, and patience. Through him, you have the power to represent Christ—even in the most trying of circumstances. Our calling as Christians is a difficult one, but we don’t have to do it alone. Remind yourself that your kindness could show the gospel to someone who desperately needs it.

We are all created in God’s image, so we are worthy to be loved and so is everyone else because of who made them. Because of sin, we are all really unlovable. But Christ changed the rules by offering love, grace, and forgiveness. If God can love us, surely we can love the people in our lives.

Which Mask are You Wearing?

By Maili Super

The Lord has been highlighting to me that most people are wearing a mask of some kind. It is almost as though we all walk around as if going to a Masquerade party. These masks become part of us they hide the pain of the past. They are the prideful look of the haughty, and the look of disdain from the rich man that has no compassion on the poor. The painting on smile from the person that that is sitting in a room full of people but YET Still feels alone. The smile plastered on the face of the mother that lost that child or the widow after loosing her husband of 50 years.
We hold on to our masks carefully they have become a part of our identity often times even starting from and forming throughout childhood pain or trauma. They serve us as way to shield us from certain things we hide away from the world those areas of trauma that we hold locked up in the closet of pain in your heart.
When you allow the Lord to start accessing these areas He will start to remove these masks, we have held them so tightly that often time it hurts to have even the wind touch these areas. We have allowed the mask to actually fuse to our skin much like in the movie the mask the longer he wore the mark the more the mask took over and became a part of him. When the mask is removed underneath revealing all of the areas of wounding that we have tried to hide, but the Lord see through these masks and He knows the root reasons of Why we do the things that we do and have done in our lives.
The Lord wants access to all of these areas so that He may blow His wind over them healing each area and releasing you of your bondage that is trying to entrap you in despair, hopelessness, unforgiveness, anxiety, or anger. These this are just the symptom of a much deeper issue, and the Father wants to release us from anything that may hinder us in any way from moving forward, in abundance. He wishing that the captives be set free. Jesus paid the ultimate price for us 2000 years ago on a lonely cross in Calvary. The perfect Lamb of God laid down his life so we could be free of the bondage that the enemy tries to hold you into. He is a good Father that he has given us the answer long before we were even around to ask for it.

My Yoke is Easy

By: Maili Super

Sometimes, we feel as though we are beat up by life. It is in THESE times when the Father is saying to us “come all Ye who are weak and weary and I Shall give you rest” Matthew 11:28. I am Your shelter and your shield, your comfort in times when you are weary of the battle that rages around. Child MY yoke is easy and MY burden is light. AND I WILL give you rest, I will lead you down by the still waters so that your weary soul will gain the strength that it needs to recover form the battle you are waging.

Ask ME child, ask Me for the stillness so that you can regain your breath from the darts that are seeking to consume you. REST is one of the biggest weapons in my arsenal, it confuses the enemy. He seeks to keep you out there fighting to wear you down child, BUT I say Rest in me and trust that I will take care of the rest. I have sent my Angels to take charge over you, they are about MY business mending wounds and binding up the captives with heavenly suave from above. I love you so much I will not allow the enemy to Abort the promises that I have placed in your heart, Trust ME in the process child, I will Not fail you.

No Regrets, Bright Future

By Alan Bowman

The Lord is saying: “Take My hand and go back with Me into all of your past, that every mountain may be brought low and every single valley of disappointment, being pressed down by the enemy, and living out of that hopelessness, be filled in.

Let every crooked way you took that you thought was best but failed be straightened.

Stand with Me at every place in your past where you feel you “blew it”, went backwards, failed big time, or crashed by the sin of rebellion.

Stand there in your regret and see Me providing for you, crucified before the foundation of the world and believe that My blood is powerful enough to not just forgive completely and to correct not just the consequences of sin that would have led to Hell, but to bless the present and future.

Forgive yourself. Walk away from the burden of guilt and regret.

Take My hand in the present and walk with Me and work with Me so the consequences of a forgiven past becomes the platform of a testimony for a joyful future.

Is anything too difficult for Me?”

Future filled with Hope

Written by Annie Borger (An Omi)

Father says: “You are Blessed because you believed there would be a fulfillment of what have been spoken to you by the Lord.”

Be the kind of person who does not spend their days worrying about what the future holds because you know, that whatever happens this week, this month, or this year, God will still fulfill His purposes for you.

Pray and ask God to fill you with the knowledge of His Will through all the wisdom and understanding that the Spirit gives.

Be the wholesome tongue that is a tree of life.

Do not become weary in doing good, for in the proper time you will reap a harvest IF you do NOT give up!

“Give and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you.”

God declares: “I think of you and I have plans for you, prosperity and a future filled with hope.”

Let all that you do be done in Love!

References Luke 1:45, Col. 1:9, Prov. 15:4, Gal. 6:9, Luke 6:38, Jer. 29:11, and 1 Cor. 16:14