10 Steps To A Good Day! by Elaine Davenport (Tuesday, December 25, 2007)


Today is a good day to take an assessment of where we are. Let’s look at a few things:

1. It’s a good day to look at where we will be for eternity. It all starts by making a choice. We either choose heaven or we choose hell; the eternal (forever lasting) lake of fire)

2. It’s a good day to start making some smart faith choices. For instance if you’re expecting or wanting to be healed; make a decision to get some healing scriptures, read them meditate upon the, get before God, develop a prayer life…find out God’s plan for “your” life…IF IT SEEMS LIKE TOO MUCH WORK…you have to decide if it’s worth it to you. It was to me and I’m not much different than you.

3. It’s a good day to ensure that everything you say and do is based on Love. A good compass is: “What would Jesus Do?

4. It’s a great day to begin a life of humility. Being humble is hard for some people as a lifestyle. Humility is total submission. Get before God, He’ll show you how. Your ability to be humble can lead you to paths that you never dreamed of.

5. It’s a great day to change. It’s a great day to say: “I’m not thinking about whether I’ll do what God wants me to do. I’m going to Do what He wants me to do! Obedience is cool in God’s eyes!

6. It’s a good day to start to make certain that God always comes first in our lives. I put God first and He put me first.

7. It’s a good day to stop trying to get the approval of others. Please God and He’ll give you favor with the right people.

*I learned a lesson recently; let me give you a metaphor: If you put 20 people in a coral and talking to them about an important matter…they might all come to the point where they totally agree with you. Whew! If that’s important…However, five minutes later…take a poll; you’ll find someone who says: “Sorry, I changed my mind. (lol)

8. Love God like you never have before…I can’t think of anyone who loves you like HIm!

9. Make a plan to start a ministry of some sort, reach out to your community, find a way to help people in another part of the world! Make a difference! Ask God, He’ll show you a way.

10. Enhance your prayer life! Add to it, spend more time more often praying. Guaranteed your life will change. Start reading the bible during your prayer time and watch what happens.



Don’t be weary! by Elaine Davenport (Monday, September 10, 2007)

I was praying last night. Specifically for the people who come to this Blog. As clear as day, I heard:

Tell them don’t be weary. This is the year of the Open Door but many lack the energy to confess or to be in expectation and they must be!

Years ago, I spoke to a friend of mine Cynthia Johnson a mighty woman of God called to the office of prophet and she said that she learned not to add or subtract words when God speaks. I took that to heart.


Today I went to church and heard practically the same words out of my pastor’s mouth, not the same ones but practically the same ones. I began to laugh! Now God doesn’t have to tell me three times to tell you this.

1. Don’t be weary.

2. This is the Year of the Open Door. (yes 2007)

3. Pull out your confessions of the Word of God and the promises of God and SPEAK THEM.


When I plant my flowers in May, I am expecting them to be beautiful all summer long.

When I order something, I am expecting a package in the mail

When I send in a payment on a bill, I am expecting the account to be credited.

When I loan someone some money and they promise to pay me back on a certain day, I am expecting it.

When I send my children to school and help them with their homework (not by doing it for them) and encourage them to think for themselves, I expect results and that they will mature and grow.

Now, God IS the Creator of all things and He has made some precious promises to me and I expect them. He told me (when I was very ill and troubled) in His Word that He wanted me to prosper and be in health, even as my soul prospered (IIIJOHN 2) and I believed Him, I expected my healing, I confessed His Word and I got my healing.

I didn’t focus on myself many times when I got healed. I didn’t have time. I was too busy serving God by serving others. I never had a chance to ask Him about the Carpel Tunnel, The Positional Vertigo or the horrid stiffness in my legs…He just healed me. PRAISE GOD!

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