Whose Fault Is It? by Elaine Davenport Sunday, October 11, 2009

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I was helping my husband do lawns  one day and a young woman drove up in a car and asked if we could come by to her and her husband a price quote for her lawn to be cut and edged.  That was three years ago, and we ultimately became very good friends.  It was a Divine connection but neither of us knew it at the time.  The one thing that we had in common was that we both loved the LOrd and we would come to share great information about our journey to eternity.

Sylvia is a really young woman with her head on straight.  Everyday she sings to the Lord for a few hours and doesn’t miss.  When she finds herself home alone, she rushes to spend time with God.    I have no problem in  mentioning that she is a Baptist.  And of course, for some people they might think that Baptist people aren’t that serious about God.  I know it’s not true because that’s where I learned that God is real and that faith is too!  I’m doing something different now, but I believe that when God connected me as Sylvia’s friend He was trying to show me something.

Sylvia opened her own business and immediately it began to boom.  She and her husband put the time in to get before God daily and He literally orders their steps.  They don’t miss it to the left or to the right.  They don’t procrastinate either.  They are a wonderful; example.

I talk to a lot of people who miss it.  I almost did many times.  Mainly because it is easy to be influenced by others because God’s instructions to them are likely to be extremely different from His instructions to you.  If you follow your friend’s suggestion and ignore what God has asked you to do…I guarantee you’ll miss it.  And in the end, you’ll have to ask yourself:  “Whose fault is it?”

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Anyone who lets himself be distracted from the work I plan for him is not fit for the Kingdom of God.” (Luke 9:62 TLB)

Therefore, brethren, be even more diligent to make your call and election sure, for if you do these things you will never stumble…” (II Peter 1:10 NKJV)

“We are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” (Eph. 2:10)

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DECREE! DECREE! DECREE YOUR HEALING! by Elaine Davenport Monday, December 29, 2008

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In every speech class they generally require that every student give a persuasive speech.  It teaches each person to be convincing.  In order to be convincing you have to believe what you’re saying.  That is similar to the premise of speaking your faith.  It builds you up.  It gets in your heart.  I have spoken to many people over the years on the faith trail and I’ve seen the power of the spoken Word.
It’s time to start speaking out loud some declarations of faith regarding healing; I’ve done it.

By Jesus’ stripes I am healed. (1Peter 2:24)

It is God’s will that I prosper and be in health, just as my soul prospers. (3John 2)

The Lord is my healer: (Ex. 15:26)

Healing is one of God’s benefits. (Ps. 103:3)

God sent His Word and healed me. (Ps. 107:20)

I pay attention to God’s Word, for it is life to my body and health to my flesh. (Prov. 4:20-22)

God gives me good and perfect gifts. He has no sickness or disease to give me. (James 1:17)

As I submit to God and resist the devil, he must flee from me. Sickness and disease must flee from me. (James 4:7)

The blessings of Abraham have come upon me. (Deu. 28:1-14)

Jesus legally redeemed me from the bondage of sickness and disease and every other work of the enemy. (Luke 13:10-17)

Jesus bore my griefs (sicknesses) and carried my sorrows (pains). (Is. 53:4)

Jesus was wounded, bruised, and beaten for my sins, sicknesses, and diseases. (Is.53:5)

I discern the Lord’s body and receive all that He has provided for me, including healing for my physical body. (1Cor.11:23-30)

Because my faith is growing, nothing is impossible unto me. (Matt. 17:20)

I will rise above anything and everything the devil throws at me. Nothing can keep me down, for I am more that a conqueror in Christ Jesus. (Rom. 8:35-39)

Today I will rise to new life from the depression and prostration in which circumstances have kept me. (Is. 60:1)

Jesus is the author of abundant life, while it is Satan who steals kills, and destroys. (John 10:10)

My obedience to the Lord prolongs my life. (Prov. 10:27)



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